Archive for February, 2011

Table of Elements \ Jan Bart Bouwhuis

Table of Elements \ Jan Bart Bouwhuis

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• February 15, 2011 • Comments (0)

Dutch architect Jan Bart Bouwhuis has created the Table of Elements which is no-glue, no-screw, low impact, fast, flat pack, compact, fresh, affordable and easy. + Design intent/inspiration by Jan Bart Bouwhuis While renovating my apartment in Amsterdam Centre, I searched for usable, affordable furniture. After not succeeding in this I decided to give it […]

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Bikyoshoki \ Jae Kyung Kim of Counter-Design

Bikyoshoki \ Jae Kyung Kim of Counter-Design

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• February 14, 2011 • Comments (2)

In Seoul, Bikyoshoki is a 4 story mixe-used building designed by Jae K. Kim of Counter-Design (Architecture CODE) to accommodate a bar, café and apartment. The goal of this project is to make people to have a similar experience to climbing a small mountain through their movement in relation to architectural form and space. Jae […]

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Original, bold and refreshing Surface Design Ideas \ Olia Saunders

Original, bold and refreshing Surface Design Ideas \ Olia Saunders

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• February 14, 2011 • Comments (0)

Olia Saunders is a versatile artist specializing high quality graphic designs suitable for textiles and apparel, home design and furnishings and other various products. She was raised in Saint Petersburg / Russia, but spent half of her life extensively living and traveling throughout Europe charging her mind with bits of impressions in a sea of […]

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Strusshamn \ Eriksen Skajaa Architects

Strusshamn \ Eriksen Skajaa Architects

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• February 14, 2011 • Comments (1)

Eriksen Skajaa Architects did an urban study for the municipality of Askøy at the west coast of Norway. Its a development of an old industrial site by the harbor into dwellings. Eriksen Skajaa Architects worked with the existing qualities in the harbour and made a dense conglomeration of wooden houses with a wide range of […]

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School Center Paredes - Alenquer | André Espinho Arquitectura

School Center Paredes – Alenquer | André Espinho Arquitectura

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• February 12, 2011 • Comments (0)

Portuguese architectural firm André Espinho Arquitectura has designed the School Center Paredes – Alenquer. School Center Paredes is composed of a white volume resting on four black volumes, thus marking the separation between floors. The majority of the project works around the creation of three patios/playgrounds and the relationship of the building with the slope […]

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Hillside Fireplace | Flying Cavalries

Hillside Fireplace | Flying Cavalries

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• February 11, 2011 • Comments (3)

UK-based Flying Cavalries has designed the Hillside Fireplace. + Project description by Flying Cavalries HILLSIDE ‘improve your quality of life’ This fireplace is inspired by the hillsides and using it evokes the feeling of being on a hillside. Warm and comfortable emotions accompany you whilst you lie on your back on its ergonomic seat beside […]

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Canakkale Seramik's newest collection

Canakkale Seramik’s newest collection

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• February 11, 2011 • Comments (0)

In Turkey, Kale is now presenting the newest collection by Canakkale Seramik + Press release by Kale NATURAL ART IS REINTERPRETED WITH TECHNOLOGY, RESULTING IN PRODUCTS THAT REMOVE THE COLDNESS OF MARBLE This winter, we will be introduced to a period that brings us one step closer to the trend of naturalism; a trend that […]

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Chandeliers | Robert Kaindl

Chandeliers | Robert Kaindl

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• February 11, 2011 • Comments (0)

If you are looking for a pendant light to fit in your living hall or any grand spaces, you have now an option to consider this Chandeliers by international glass artist Robert Kaindl. It looks huge and artistic, click to his official website that you can see more varieties and also the making of the […]

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BIG wins competition to design Greenland's New National Gallery

BIG wins competition to design Greenland’s New National Gallery

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• February 11, 2011 • Comments (1)

Copenhagen architects BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group, in collaboration with TNT Nuuk + Ramboll Nuuk + Arkitekti have won the competition to design Greenland‘s New National Gallery. The Danish functionalistic architecture in Nuuk is typically square boxes which ignore the unique nature of Greenland. We therefore propose a national gallery which is both physically and […]

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Alpes House | Garduño Arquitectos

Alpes House | Garduño Arquitectos

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• February 9, 2011 • Comments (0)

Mexico-based Garduño Arquitectos recently has completed the Alpes House in Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico. We decided to use concrete as our main language, dialoguing with the natural context as well as the different spatial, functional and mood necessities. The color of the concrete was made to match a sample of “tepetate” (a brittle volcanic rock), […]

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