Archive for September, 2011

Deutsche Grammophon \ Pott Architects

Deutsche Grammophon \ Pott Architects

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• September 21, 2011 • Comments (0)

Deutsche Grammophon in Berlin, a creative working environment for the classic label. The renowned label for classical music Deutsche Grammophon has moved in its new Berlin head office, created by Pott Architects, in the premises of the parent company Universal Music Germany in the Spreespeicher at Berlin East Harbour. On a net rentable area of […]

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The Taal Monument in Paarl \ Photography by Katarina Balgavy

The Taal Monument in Paarl \ Photography by Katarina Balgavy

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• September 21, 2011 • Comments (0)

Katarina Balgavy shared her photography of the Taal Monument in Paarl. Designed by the architect Jan van Wijk, the Taal Monument is located on a hill overlooking Paarl in the Western Cape Province and is one of the most famous Afrikaans monuments erected in South Africa and dedicated to the Afrikaans language. Afrikaans is the […]

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"Freispiel" - Kindergarten V Guntramsdorf \ g.o.y.a. architects

“Freispiel” – Kindergarten V Guntramsdorf \ g.o.y.a. architects

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• September 20, 2011 • Comments (0)

g.o.y.a. architects just finished a Kindergarten in Lower Austria, “Freispiel” – Kindergarten V Guntramsdorf. The kindergarten is located in a grove of striking chestnut trees. Its rustic design celebrates a sense of open space and connection with its lovely environment. To meet the various needs of the children, the building is organised as a series […]

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Busan opera House \ Vladimir Ivanovic

Busan opera House \ Vladimir Ivanovic

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• September 19, 2011 • Comments (2)

The spirit of Opera can be developed only by architecture which joins in a whole some of the common points of human existence. In contemporary life, a need for a human has developed to the limits to, at least for a moment; go back to places which in his/her entire memory represent places of peace […]

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Barcode Cabinet \ Enis Aldallal

Barcode Cabinet \ Enis Aldallal

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• September 19, 2011 • Comments (1)

Like architecture, Furniture design should always interact with Light. Enis Aldallal Barcode cabinet was designed and built to read as a sculptural peice, interacting with light through the different densities of shade and spaces dedicated for keeping not only books but also other sculptural elements. Spaces for keeping sculptural items were backlit by lasercut, barcode-like, […]

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New Furniture Collection by Escapefromsofa

New Furniture Collection by Escapefromsofa

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• September 19, 2011 • Comments (0)

Kerem Ercin and Mahmut Kefeli are young designers from Turkey. They established a design studio Escapefromsofa in Istanbul and recently have created the new furniture collection. + About Escapefromsofa Escapefromsofa | http://www.escapefromsofa.com/ Escapefromsofa is a design studio established in Istanbul in 2009. Catering to various design needs like interior and product design. Escapefromsofa creates high […]

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ETEL for ESPASSO

ETEL for ESPASSO

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• September 18, 2011 • Comments (0)

An exhibition of Brazil’s most iconic designers and architects Opening reception for the designers: Tuesday, September 20, 2011 from 6-9pm ESPASSO is pleased to announce ETEL for ESPASSO – an exhibition of Brazil’s most iconic designers and architects, brought together for the first time in the US, beginning September 20, 2011. This group show comprises […]

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Revolution Collection \ fferrone design

Revolution Collection \ fferrone design

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• September 18, 2011 • Comments (1)

fferrone design created the Revolution Collection. Revolution is in the permanent design collection of the Art Institute of Chicago and awareded a prestigious GOOD DESIGN AWARD in 2004. Strikingly simple in form, the Revolution Collection is handcrafted in the Czech Republic by master glassblowers, and formed from a pure extrusion of hand-blown borrosilicate glass. This […]

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contest ROOFTOPS WHY NOT? - Calling for Entries!

contest ROOFTOPS WHY NOT? – Calling for Entries!

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• September 18, 2011 • Comments (0)

The ContestA platform organizes the new contest ROOFTOPS WHY NOT? + A brief description of the contest: Roofs are spaces on the way of desertification. Do the rooftops deserve any usage? This competition requires a functional and architectural consideration of any kind of roofs (flat roofs, sloped, gabled, rooftops… on towers, houses, blocks, urban centers […]

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MDC Chair \ Kim Minki

MDC Chair \ Kim Minki

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• September 18, 2011 • Comments (1)

Korean product designer Kim Minki has recently created the MDC chair. MDC stands for Minki Dining Chair and it is designed to support general use of dining chair. Sepetir wood and dark navy colors were used. The basic structure of the chair was applied to give stable, interesting and elegant looks at the same time. […]

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