Archive for June, 2011

Hummingbird Feeders | J Schatz

Hummingbird Feeders | J Schatz

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• June 26, 2011 • Comments (0)

Introducing J Schatz Hummingbird Feeders, the most popular flower in the garden. Hummingbirds love it the best. J Schatz Hummingbird Feeders are what design enthusiasts and hummingbird lovers have been waiting for: a modern, colorful, gorgeous feeder that attracts hummingbirds and looks beautiful in the backyard. The hummingbird feeders are finely handcrafted in durable stoneware […]

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Pano Candleholders | Gonçalo Campos + Maria Bruno Néo

Pano Candleholders | Gonçalo Campos + Maria Bruno Néo

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• June 26, 2011 • Comments (0)

Portuguese designer Gonçalo Campos, in collaboration with Maria Bruno Néohas recently has created Pano Candleholders. A collection of candle holders in porcelain, made in a very unusual way, called Pano (the Portuguese word for cloth). These are made by using cotton fabric as the temporary structure to hold the porcelain and at the end of […]

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National Music Centre of Canada | Allied Works Architecture

National Music Centre of Canada | Allied Works Architecture

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• June 25, 2011 • Comments (0)

It was important to us to respect the King Eddy, while reclamation and restoration is certainly necessary, we didn’t want to scrub it too clean. We don’t want to scare the ghosts away. Brad Cloepfil, founder of Allied Works Architecture Allied Works was selected to design the National Music Centre of Canada following an international […]

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Aegis Office | Mansfield Monk

Aegis Office | Mansfield Monk

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• June 24, 2011 • Comments (0)

Designed by UK-based Mansfield Monk architecture and design, the project in question covered 16,000 sq ft in Gracechurch Street, London for the office interior of Aegis, the utility and energy mutual insurance company. The design reflected the company’s new branding and identity with striking finishes. The scheme, including a large reception, meeting room suite and […]

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The Nebuta House | molo, Todd MacAllen + Stephanie Forsythe

The Nebuta House | molo, Todd MacAllen + Stephanie Forsythe

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• June 24, 2011 • Comments (2)

In 2001, Stephanie Forsythe + Todd MacAllen of molo were shortlisted for an international architectural competition for the city of Aomori. Their first trip to Japan took them to Tokyo University to present models and drawings to Tadao Ando, Jean Nouvel and city officials. In Japan, we’ve been given intimate experiences of true design: a […]

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Hotel Domplatz Linz | Hohensinn architecture

Hotel Domplatz Linz | Hohensinn architecture

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• June 24, 2011 • Comments (0)

The neo-gothic Mariendom cathedral of Linz, on which planning commenced in 1855 and which was consecrated in 1924, is the largest church in Austria. Domplatz square was itself a muddle in comparison and might be described as almost “unfinished”, given that the original idea to free up the entire quadrangle between the streets called Stifter-, […]

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The Garage Lounge at décor exhibition Hyundai Mostra Black | Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados

The Garage Lounge at décor exhibition Hyundai Mostra Black | Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados

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• June 23, 2011 • Comments (0)

For architect Fernanda Marques, the Black is definitely linked to timelessness. It is always the same, yet it changes all the time. It has been around for decades and is still up-to-date. It could not be more appropriate, therefore, to define a home décor exhibition show where exclusiveness is everything. In this first edition I […]

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Coral Tools | Choi jinyoung

Coral Tools | Choi jinyoung

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• June 22, 2011 • Comments (2)

South Korean product designer Jinyoung Choi has designed a Domestic tools Coral. Coral-tool is esthetic tool with more comfortable in home which is not terrible tools that places coner of tool box or a thing lefted alone. Push in the nail through the hole of center Head of nail pushes little part of coral tool […]

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UPSTAIRS at the Kimberly Hotel | De-spec

UPSTAIRS at the Kimberly Hotel | De-spec

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• June 22, 2011 • Comments (0)

This very hip mid-town Manhattan rooftop lounge was designed by the award-winning architectural firm de-spec. One of the challenges was how to design the lobby, which also served as the waiting area for the loo. Whenever de-spec principle Farnaz Mansuri goes to someone’s house, she can tell more about who they are from their bathroom, […]

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Café Coutume | CUT architectures

Café Coutume | CUT architectures

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• June 21, 2011 • Comments (2)

A Paris-based studio CUT architectures recently has completed the Café Coutume. Coutume is a new coffee roastery in Paris offering a cut edge selection of pure origin roasted coffees. CUT architectures designed the first Coutume café in the centre of Paris combining a roastery and a café offering the best coffees in Paris and a […]

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