Archive for November, 2012

Savills' "Katanga" Holiday Home

Savills’ “Katanga” Holiday Home

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• November 16, 2012 • Comments (0)

A new 5,000 sq ft beachside home in Poole, Dorset is being offered by Savills, presented in a contemporary style with luxury guest facilities and a carefully engineered design aimed at waterfront living. The home also features direct access to the beach and a 40ft mooring. At a glance The house comprises: Ground floor: reception […]

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Bistro Bird Feeders \ J Schatz

Bistro Bird Feeders \ J Schatz

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• November 15, 2012 • Comments (0)

J Schatz introduces mordern tube bird feeder – Hang out with the birds at the Bistro Bird Feeder – a lunch spot for birds. Designed for those who want a modern, colorful, and gorgeous tube bird feeder that will attract birds and looks beautiful in the backyard, terrace or patio. Easy to use, durable, squirrel […]

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KKE Architects win AJ Retrofit Award for The Riverside

KKE Architects win AJ Retrofit Award for The Riverside

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• November 15, 2012 • Comments (0)

The Riverside, a higher educational building designed by KKE Architects for the University of Worcester, has won the Higher Education Building category of the AJ Retrofit Awards 2012. The awards, created by the Architects’ Journal (‘the voice of architecture in Britain’), recognise the vision of clients and the skill of architects in re-purposing existing buildings […]

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Flexy \ Simon Michel

Flexy \ Simon Michel

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• November 15, 2012 • Comments (0)

German designer Simon Michel shows in his design concept how functional a cake pan can be. His design concept “Flexy” can individually be deformed. This makes it possible to back small and large cakes in the same cake pan. The Problem Baking a cake for some one is very personally. But the shape of cakes […]

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Competition: [PACIFIC] New Ocean Platform Prison

Competition: [PACIFIC] New Ocean Platform Prison

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• November 15, 2012 • Comments (0)

This is a brief introduction of our next Competition [PACIFIC 06]. The aim of this International Competition is to design a New Prison afloat the Pacific Ocean, using an oil Platform as a reference structure. The imprisonment of people is probably one of the bigger taboo within our modern society. A Prison is a place in […]

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House YAGIYAMA \ Kazuya Saito Architects

House YAGIYAMA \ Kazuya Saito Architects

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• November 15, 2012 • Comments (1)

Kazuya Saito Architects recently has completed the House YAGIYAMA. + Architect’s statement by Kazuya Saito Architects This one-story house is for an old couple will spend their rest of life after retirements. The house is located in Yagiyama hilly district which lies south of a Hirosegawa river terrace. It it a historical residential area developing […]

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Jones Sonter Architects won SPUN & Timber Design Awards for Knox Grammar School's Great Hall & Aquatic Centre

Jones Sonter Architects won SPUN & Timber Design Awards for Knox Grammar School’s Great Hall & Aquatic Centre

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• November 13, 2012 • Comments (0)

SPUN Architecture Awards Gonzalo Gonzalez of Jones Sonter Architects has been awarded a Commendation for the Education & Sporting Facility (Great Hall & Aquatic Centre) at Knox Grammar School. The award was presented at the SPUN Architectural Awards by Penelope Seidler. The project will be displayed at Gordon Public Library for Sydney Architectural Festival 2012. […]

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Competition entry: Tokyo 2020 Olympic Stadium \ Andrea Maffei Architects

Competition entry: Tokyo 2020 Olympic Stadium \ Andrea Maffei Architects

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• November 13, 2012 • Comments (0)

Andrea Maffei Architects made a design whose intention was to allow people to feel very close to the activity within, to the athletes and football players, to the exciting atmosphere in which the spectator is involved directly in the games. At the same time Andrea Maffei Architects also wanted to design a space which was flexible, that […]

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Angel Place & Ash Street Sydney Laneway Upgrades \ ASPECT Studios

Angel Place & Ash Street Sydney Laneway Upgrades \ ASPECT Studios

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• November 11, 2012 • Comments (1)

Angel Place and Ash Street are two of the priority upgrade projects which form part of the City of Sydney Laneway Revitalization Strategy, a scheme designed to reactivate a number of Sydney’s historically significant laneways. ASPECT Studios led a design team for the upgrade which included upgraded streetscapes, lighting, extended kerbs to calm traffic, a […]

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Chinatown Public Domain Upgrades \ ASPECT Studios

Chinatown Public Domain Upgrades \ ASPECT Studios

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• November 11, 2012 • Comments (1)

The upgrades to Little Hay Street, Factory Street and Kimber Lane are stage one in the transformation of Chinatown’s Public Domain. The focus of the work is to uplift the public domain quality and strengthen the pedestrian connections, whilst improving lighting, furniture, and embracing the distinguishing character of each street or laneway by integrating site […]

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