Interplay between 2 neutral materials – concrete and timber is the interesting part for this project, BV House, designed by Biselli + Katchborian architects. Spatial organization is clearly defined in 3 different levels. Due to the site condition, the big ramp has created a quality of floating effect to the house with a welcoming sense. [...]
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An outdoor swimming pool center by Dierendonck Blancke Architecten in association with L.U.S.T Architecten in OOSTDUINKERKE, Belgium where located in-between the city center, sea and beach. The design seems to be integrated into the city planning that become a focal point and a transitional ‘urban bridge’ between city and beach, where is in-line with the [...]
Austrian architects Maria Flöckner und Hermann Schnöll has designed a house named 47°40’48”n/13°8’12”e, where is its exact site location. However, architect’s idea – “home at any place, could just as well elsewhere are”, the house is also interchangeable with other sites. Due to its two bold horizontal plates and full height curtain wall in-between, a [...]
I believe you have seen so many waving book selves like this, but the key idea to me for this book shelf is to be anti-gravity as the books seem falling off from the shelf by its inclination, but it is not. A hybrid between a traditional shelf and a sculpture, the shelf interacts between [...]
A clean facade and composition for photography studio in Tokyo, Japan, designed by Jun Aoki & associates. There are 3 rental photo studios where two in the basement, one on the ground. Ground floor accommodates the car parking lots for studio users. The ceiling grid with fluorescent light allows ever-changing appearance of the space during [...]
A minimal design by Marcio Kogan, Casa Corten House. A simple plan with high ceiling level and large opening that use to harmonize between inside and outside. When you walk through the building, you can see material changed in the journey, it is a good project to demostrate how the interaction between the materials that [...]
As you can see, a very contrast materials between inside and outside, where external skins are covered by rusting effect steel and fine materials with lighting effect internally. The idea of the house was to spatially distinct between public and private area in Architects Nakayma‘s spatial organization. 2 bedrooms with a bathroom are placed just [...]
An incredible lighting design in Gilbert Yoga center, Yoga Deva. Designed by Blank Studio. The Yoga Center offers student a better mind and body connection practice environment. The architect attempts to design a calming atmosphere that the spaces dimly lit by cove lighting. The lighting condition changes in every spatial sequences, from a slender strip [...]
A green designer Johan Berhin who designs with a vision – “work with nature and not against it.” The Eco series design by Berlin studios are locally resourced and produced in the south of Sweden. Berhin Studios has launched Green Furniture Award in 2008 as hoping to push the limit in making environmental product. ‘One [...]
JLI house designed by Spain based MCP Arquitectura as a concept of massive, void and liquid. The house aims to bring new freedom to the design, in order to cover the contemporary ever-changing ways of living, the architect attempts to explore how the space in between transform to each other and the fluidity of movement [...]
KAYIWA, owned by Finland based designer Lincoln Kayiwa, he has designed a series of contemporary lifestyle creations after his graduation in Master of Arts. FAITH – may be used for instance as a single candelabrum, a walking stick rack or a flower vase. FAITH comes in black, red, gold, silver or white porcelain and glass.
March Studio has designed a clean-lined interior showcase for Aesop store in Stand Arcade, Sydney. This is the fifteenth Aesop’s store in Australia where to offer a complete range of skin, hair and body products. Aesop’s Strand store is a distinctly contemporary addition to the arcade, a vision of alabaster, cooling green hues and amber [...]