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A Unique Acoustic Ceiling

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Interior Design, Materials.

In a small New York restaurant called Tides, LTL Architects explored different configurations of bamboo. The ceiling is formed by over 110,000 bamboo skewers embedded into a bach-lit acoustical ceiling. The skewers are composed to produce a topographical effect, evoking sea grass. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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Tubac House by Rick Joy

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Architecture.

Rick Joy designed this contemporary house burrowed into the hillside, with a tough rusted steel skin that enables the house to slip lizard-like into the desert. The coarseness of the rough steel exterior contrasts with the refinement of the interior palette of white plaster, stainless steel, maple and translucent glass. The huge undivided glass walls flatten the landscape on the […]

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Els Colors Kindergarten by RCR Arquitectes

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Architecture.

The Els Colors kindergarten, designed by RCR Arquitectes, exhibits a simplicity in its composition that is achieved through the juxtaposition of sections that differ only in colour. The classrooms, communal areas and cafeteria are spread across two rectangular, single level sections, which are connected by a covered passageway that also gives access to the internal courtyard. A taller section is located […]

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Superwoman by Greg Natale Design

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Interior Design.

Female-focused financial services group Superwoman has opened its new flagship in Sydney’s central business district. These absolutely gorgeous interiors were created by Greg Natale Design. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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Danish Miniatures by 1:6 Design

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Others, products.

1:6 Design produces miniatures of danish furniture classics constructed to the exact specifications of design and materials at a scale of 1:6. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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Escudero House by Antonio Jimenez Torrecillas

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Architecture.

The Escudero House, designed by Antonio Jimenez Torrecillas, is located in Benidorm, Spain, were the almond treesgrow and live together with skyscrapers. The house gets the best of traditional life respecting the preexisting vegetation, creating a dialogue between the exterior and the clam, comfortable interior. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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Hevia House by lagranja

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Interior Design.

The Hevia House is located in the center of Sant Cugat del Vallés, Barcelona, Spain. The building was projected by architect Gustavo Coderch, but the construction was never finished. Then lagranja decided to finish the house using simple, economic and fun materials in each level. The house, placed in a strait plot, has six levels. Each level […]

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