Archive for July, 2010

Basil's Triptych - lighting project | DZstudio

Basil’s Triptych – lighting project | DZstudio

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• July 7, 2010 • Comments (1)

DZstudio designed the Basil’s Triptych – lightning project. This project is a tribute to the beauty and uniqueness of the St. Basil cathedral in Moscow. During his stay in Russia Enrico Zanolla spent time observing and studying the constructive system of the domes. The difference in colour and size comes from symbolic meanings assigned to […]

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RESTAURANT O2 - A garden in the parking | Garduño Arquitectos

RESTAURANT O2 – A garden in the parking | Garduño Arquitectos

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• July 7, 2010 • Comments (0)

The RESTAURANT O2 by Mexico-based Garduño Arquitectos is a garden restaurant converted from an underground parking lot. When we were confronted with the challenge of designing a restaurant in an overcrowded and concrete-saturated area, we set out to create something that would also make a contribution to area, with vegetation, warmth and a commitment to […]

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36 The Calls Design Competition | Aedas Architects

36 The Calls Design Competition | Aedas Architects

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• July 5, 2010 • Comments (0)

Aedas Architects of Leeds proposed an office building with stacked containers for a competition in Leeds, UK. The design is an shortlisted entry for the 36 The Calls architectural competition run by the Architects Journal with developer Citu. Also click to read P+HS Architects‘ proposal. The River Aire has always played an important role in […]

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PLET Table | Reinier de Jong

PLET Table | Reinier de Jong

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• July 5, 2010 • Comments (1)

Dutch Designer Reinier de Jong has designed the PLET Table which consists entirely of waste materials. Eighty different strips of reclaimed Perspex (PMMA) make up the translucent top which appears to be hovering above the solid oak wood base. The oak wood comes from a former dining table top. The plywood connection strip in the […]

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Ecobases | Sonia

Ecobases | Sonia

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• July 5, 2010 • Comments (0)

Sonia propose a new application for obsolete material from 2009 samples, a brilliant serie of coasters sets.High resistance to contrasts of temperature, 100 % recycling material, gives to this pieces a new function. Ideal complement for home that combine wood & glasses finishes. During several years Sonia is involve in the design process an endless […]

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Residential Building in Tulipan st. Budapest | Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects

Residential Building in Tulipan st. Budapest | Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects

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• July 4, 2010 • Comments (0)

In Buda, from a well-known large scale Bimbo street starts a small, winding street, the Tulipán Street. The narrow plot takes in the depths to which people have already made plans, but so far no one realized yet. The newly built condominium was built by the Architectural plans of Ferdinand and Ferdinand. It was not […]

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Giulio Tanini Florence Italy | Studio 63 Architecture + Design

Giulio Tanini Florence Italy | Studio 63 Architecture + Design

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• July 4, 2010 • Comments (0)

The new showroom store Giulio tnaini in Florence designed by Studio 63 Architecture + Design was thought of as a very clean, rational almost rigorous container. All surfaces, floor and walls were covered with grey raisin/cement. All displays and ceiling are white. The ceiling was left uncovered, with tubes and pipes visible, all painted in […]

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Oly disposable Bracelet | Gonçalo Campos

Oly disposable Bracelet | Gonçalo Campos

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• July 1, 2010 • Comments (0)

Oly disposable Bracelet is a latest creation by Portuguese designer Gonçalo Campos. A paper bracelet that anyone can download and build, like a children’s game, using glue and scissors. It’s a really special and distinct accessory, to be used anytime you feel like it, without being afraid of losing or breaking, because it’s just paper […]

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Holly | William Skinner

Holly | William Skinner

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• July 1, 2010 • Comments (0)

A graduate student William Skinner recently has created his final piece ‘Holly’ which was inspired by the holly leaf, it was designed to challenge the use of metal and to showcase what could be done with limited resources and in the face of adversity. + Design: William Skinner

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