Tag: Steel

Sorrento Beach House | Marcus O'Reilly Architects

Sorrento Beach House | Marcus O’Reilly Architects

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• November 14, 2009 • Comments (0)

Australian architectural firm Marcus O’Reilly Architects has designed a beach house in Sorrento on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula in Australia. + Project description courtesy of Marcus O’Reilly Architects The Colour of Tea Trees Marcus O’Reilly Architects has carefully designed a low key, site responsive beach house in Sorrento on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula in Australia. The timber […]

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Bondi to Bronte Coast Walk Extension | ASPECT Studios

Bondi to Bronte Coast Walk Extension | ASPECT Studios

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• November 9, 2009 • Comments (1)

Australian landscape design firm ASPECT Studios has completed the Bondi to Bronte Coast Walk Extension in Calga Reserve & Waverley Cemetery, Sydney NSW Australia. The walk has been designed to traverse the cemetery by elevating the boardwalk above the Eastern cliff tops, this is to minimize the damage to the cemetery monuments and heritage walls […]

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Ex Sellerie | Giorgio Comoglio

Ex Sellerie | Giorgio Comoglio

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• October 26, 2009 • Comments (0)

Italian architect Giorgio Comoglio recently has completed the renovation of the Ex Sellerie, which is located in the area of the ex military arsenal in Turin, Italy. The task of the project is to increase the original building’s floor area and height. The minimal form of perforated steel envelope has been introduced to integrate the existing […]

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41 Cooper Square | Morphosis Architects

41 Cooper Square | Morphosis Architects

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• September 17, 2009 • Comments (2)

41 Cooper Square is the Advancement of Science and Art building for the Cooper Union designed by Morphosis Architects. The project has won the Best Green Design of 2009 Awards from the New York Construction. Built with sustainability goals, 41 Cooper Square is the first LEED certified academic laboratory building in New York City. For […]

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Trollstigen National Tourist Route Project | Reiulf Ramstad Architects

Trollstigen National Tourist Route Project | Reiulf Ramstad Architects

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• September 6, 2009 • Comments (0)

Norway-based firm Reiulf Ramstad Architects has designed a Trollstigen National Tourist Route Project located in Romsdalen – Geiranger Fjord, Norway. Trollstigen is one of the most popular tourist-attractions in Norway which is surrounded by the majestic mountains. The architecture is to be characterised by clear and precise transitions between planned zones and the natural landscape. […]

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Archeology Museum of Vitoria| Francisco Mangado

Archeology Museum of Vitoria| Francisco Mangado

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• August 15, 2009 • Comments (1)

Museum of Archeology in Vitoria is a competition-winning project designed by Spanish architect Francisco Mangado. We like to think of an archaeology museum as a compact jewel box concealing the treasure that history has entrusted to us piece by piece. But not any kind of history, or at least not the scientific history of experts, […]

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Is this the coolest chair ever made | Charlie Davidson

Is this the coolest chair ever made | Charlie Davidson

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• July 5, 2009 • Comments (2)

It takes some time to get all the holes to line up on the invisible welded joins Charlie Davidson British designer Charlie Davidson has just finished his latest hand made piece entitled Is this the coolest chair ever made? Made from 2mm punched steel sheet, brazed together and powder coated. Based on a prototype for […]

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Olympic House and Park | Armon Choros Architektonikis

Olympic House and Park | Armon Choros Architektonikis

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• June 29, 2009 • Comments (1)

Olympic House and Park in is the offices of the Cyprus Olympic Committee and of all the National Athletic Federations, designed by Cyprus based Armon Choros Architektonikis. + Project description courtesy of Armon Choros Architektonikis The design for the Olympic House and Park sought to achieve an architectural composition that would give the fullest possible […]

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Web Chair | Junio Design

Web Chair | Junio Design

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• April 26, 2009 • Comments (2)

Almost weightless (approx. 2.1kgs), designed by Junio Design which was established on 2007 by Jun Hashimoto. A chair that appears and disappears like a spider web, featuring 2000 welds.

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Composition Chair | Kyouei design

Composition Chair | Kyouei design

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• April 25, 2009 • Comments (0)

Composition Chair, by Japanese designer Kyouei design who will participate in the korea design week (korea). This chair is made of hard aluminum with 50kg weight. + Project description by designer, Kyouei design It was created by bending aluminium wire and crossing it one by one. No bolts or welding is used at all. The […]

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