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Dogsalon in Oita \ Naoko Horibe

Dogsalon in Oita \ Naoko Horibe

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• August 29, 2013 • Comments (1)

Located on a long, thin lot surrounded by rice fields, this combined residence and dog salon has a symbolic shape that turns the building itself into a sign for the business. The dog salon occupies the part of the building adjacent to the main road, with bathrooms and kitchen in the center so as to […]

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Hotel Panorama Kaltern \ noa*

Hotel Panorama Kaltern \ noa*

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• August 22, 2013 • Comments (0)

The “Hotel Panorama” in Caldaro (South Tyrol, Italy) by noa* has been nominated for the “2013 European hotel design award“. noa* take a new look at the traditional “Hotel Panorama Kaltern” The architects and designers collective around noa* has embarked on a journey in search of clues, finding creative contrasts and aiming to rewrite the […]

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Seepark Hotel Lindner in Klagenfurt \ Trecolore architect

Seepark Hotel Lindner in Klagenfurt \ Trecolore architect

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• August 19, 2013 • Comments (1)

The complex divides the highly frequented street from the new arranged natural park. It is partly embedded into the ground. On the parking side large windows allow the view into the functional areas (wellness, seminar, and therapy). The lanes for bikes and pedestrians are following the new erected territory and preserve the sight towards the […]

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University buildings Turin: membrane canopy for the roof planned by formTL engineers

University buildings Turin: membrane canopy for the roof planned by formTL engineers

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• August 19, 2013 • Comments (0)

The esteemed university of Turin has been gradually modernising its architecture. This has involved moving all the university faculties to a new campus which is to be completed with a building complex designed by the architects Foster + Partners, London. The buildings are aligned as a triangle with a circular open area. The large extent […]

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Awaken your Senses

Awaken your Senses

• August 18, 2013 • Comments (0)

Creating a beautiful home is a personal and time consuming project. Finding the right colour scheme and furniture are the first things that many people consider, and there are hundreds of places that you can find inspiration for this. Looking on websites like Pinterest among others, and reading architectural and interior design magazines allow you […]

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Coniston Cricket Pavilion \ PARKdesigned

Coniston Cricket Pavilion \ PARKdesigned

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• August 17, 2013 • Comments (0)

The project is the PARKdesigned’s entry for the latest coniston cricket pavilion competition. PARKdesigned is a creative practice with a reputation for quality and imaginative architecture, interior and structural design. We have an open studio approach in Leeds and London that ensures each individual project receives thorough investigation and analysis, resulting in a bespoke solution […]

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WAWA PUKLLAY - COPORAQUE Workshop

WAWA PUKLLAY – COPORAQUE Workshop

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• August 17, 2013 • Comments (0)

Wawa Pukllay, which means children playing on Quechua, was the invitation of the Social Latin American Workshop 2013 consisting on taking advantage of specific places from different locations at the Colca Valley, to the creation of conditions that would enable the empowerment by a special user: children. During a two week-period on April 2013, Latin […]

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Modern SHED \ Jensen Architects

Modern SHED \ Jensen Architects

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• August 16, 2013 • Comments (0)

Jensen Architects has completed the refurbishment of share SHED. The SHED was erected in five weeks. They found inspiration in the words of Wendell Berry. An agrarian mind begins with the love of the fields and ramifies in good farming, good cooking, and good eating. SHED’s mission is rooted in a kind of localism, the […]

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Thessaloniki Bath House \ NotaNumber Architects

Thessaloniki Bath House \ NotaNumber Architects

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• August 15, 2013 • Comments (0)

The project is a proposal for a subterranean public bath beneath a central urban plaza with a glazed roof at street level. Responding to the city’s ambitious plans for the total redesign of Eleftherias Square (i.e. Freedom Square) into a landmark that will become a magnet for the city and beyond, our proposal sets to […]

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House in Crouch End \ LLI Design

House in Crouch End \ LLI Design

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• August 13, 2013 • Comments (0)

The owners recently purchased a new build 3000 sq foot townhouse in Crouch End, North London enjoying views towards historic Alexander Palace. The house boasts a magnificent ground floor double volume space. The first floor living room overlooks the kitchen dining area below and is linked via glass balustraded feature staircase, the rear exterior double […]

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