Tag: Random pattern

Puzzle Rug IMPERIAL | Nauris Kalinauskas

Puzzle Rug IMPERIAL | Nauris Kalinauskas

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• May 13, 2011 • Comments (0)

One of the most famous Lithuanian designer Nauris Kalinauskas has designed the Puzzle Rug IMPERIAL. Forget the moment of disappointment when the rug you chose failed to fit the place you prepared for it because it was too long, too short, or too wide…Contraforma Studio offers a solution to this problem – Imperial – the […]

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Church in Piacenza | Studio KUADRA

Church in Piacenza | Studio KUADRA

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• May 13, 2011 • Comments (1)

As documents they recount the millennial history , ancient and modern, which is renewed in the modernity of the forms and the faith which is recalled though prayer. Enrico Tealdi As befits its central role in the community, this Church is a Landmark and point of congregation for all in the area of Piacenza. The […]

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Apartment in Katayama | Mitsutomo Matsunami Architect

Apartment in Katayama | Mitsutomo Matsunami Architect

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• May 11, 2011 • Comments (0)

As the apartment has ‘A room arrangement matching that of the window pattern’, the part that was once unavoidable has now become a large subject of the design. Taking the challenge of a small apartment within those conditions, whilst dealing with a strict budget, the Katayama apartment was born. The Katayama Apartment is a small […]

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Boschkens Noise Barrier | Buro Lubbers

Boschkens Noise Barrier | Buro Lubbers

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• May 3, 2011 • Comments (0)

Living next to the forest with a view over the highway at Boschkens Huge trees in containers on pillars form a catchy landmark along the highway near the Dutch city of Tilburg. Here a noise barrier connects the green and quiet inner world of the forest to the hectic world of the 24/7 dynamics of […]

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Mathildeplein | Buro Lubbers

Mathildeplein | Buro Lubbers

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• May 3, 2011 • Comments (0)

Mathildeplein As green square, Mathildeplein offers peace and quiet in the hectic city centre of Eindhoven. The amorphous form of the planning area demanded an exacting structure that brings serenity and also guarantees an optimal view of the Light Tower. The design concept is therefore based on rigid lines that run counter to the building. […]

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N House | TOFU

N House | TOFU

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• April 29, 2011 • Comments (0)

Japanese architect TOFU has created the N House located in villa subdivision areas in Otsu, Shiga, Japan. There are rich natural environments with Lake Biwa in the southeast and Mount Hira in the northwest, so in the first stage, TOFU have decided to use cedar panels as exterior materials. The exterior wall is colored with […]

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Jacaranda Square “The Everyday Stadium” | ASPECT Studios

Jacaranda Square “The Everyday Stadium” | ASPECT Studios

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• April 25, 2011 • Comments (0)

Context Jacaranda Square, “The Everyday Stadium” is the first new public space in Sydney Olympic Park to sit within the framework of the Sydney Olympic Park 2030 Master Plan. The master plan sets a new urban framework that is intended to refocus the Olympic legacy of event and spectacle into a finely grained, sustainable town […]

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The Education Executive Agency and Tax Offices | UNStudio/ Ben van Berkel

The Education Executive Agency and Tax Offices | UNStudio/ Ben van Berkel

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• April 21, 2011 • Comments (0)

In Groningen, The Netherlands, UNStudio/ Ben van Berkel, with consortium DUO², realizes one of the most sustainable large office buildings in Europe for two governmental offices – The Education Executive Agency and Tax Offices. The design contains numerous new innovations related to the reduction of materials, lower energy costs and more sustainable working environments. It […]

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Harpa Concert & Conference Centre | Henning Larsen architects

Harpa Concert & Conference Centre | Henning Larsen architects

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• April 20, 2011 • Comments (0)

In Reykjavik, Iceland, Harpa Concert & Conference Centre by Henning Larsen architects is nearly completed, the centre gathers inspiration from the northern lights and the dramatic Icelandic scenery. Situated on the boundary between land and sea, the centre stands out like a large, radiant sculpture reflecting both sky and harbour space as well as the […]

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Artaic - Innovative Mosaics for Integrative Cancer Research

Artaic – Innovative Mosaics for Integrative Cancer Research

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• March 29, 2011 • Comments (1)

Artaic creates 330 square foot custom mosaic for the MIT Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research Two years and $220M later, the grand opening ceremony of MIT’s Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research was set for March 4. Yet the building was still without an important finishing touch. Supplier issues had left lead architect James […]

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