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Qantas First Lounges in Sydney and Melbourne by Marc Newson

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Interior Design.

Australian airline Qantas has opened Qantas First Lounges in Sydney and Melbourne international airports, designed by Marc Newson. The Lounges are exceptional retreats offering unsurpassed levels of comfort, service and luxury, complete with day spa, restaurant, library, private work suites and concierge service. You can take a virtual tour of the Sydney and Melbourne First Lounges at Qantas web. Originally Posted […]

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NOHO Loft by Slade Architecture

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Interior Design.

The NOHO Loft, located in New York, was designed by Slade Architecture for an active, young couple with a strong professional interest in photography. In addition to the typical needs, they also wanted a fixed workspace, complete with light table and flat files. The public parts of the project provide a series of specific functional zones while maintaining the […]

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Liangzhu Culture Museum by David Chipperfield Architects

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Architecture.

David Chipperfield Architects has recently completed the Liangzhu Culture Museum in Liangzhu Cultural Village, China. The museum, which will house a collection of archaeological findings from the Liangzhu culture, forms the northern point of a park characterised by water. The museum is composed of four bar-formed volumes. These volumes all have the same width of 18 meters but differ in […]

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The Brasserie by Diller Scofidio + Renfro

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Interior Design.

The Brasserie is an incredible restaurant designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in the year 2000. The restaurant is located in the stone base of the Seagram Building, New York, entirely without glass or view. The design emphasizes the social aspects of dining. Entrance from the street is transformed into the ritual of “making an entrance”. Initially, […]

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Bibliometro by Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos

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Interior Design.

Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos proyected Bibliometro, a public library stands in the metro stations of Madrid in which passengers may take books to lend and leave them back in any station. Bibliometro intends not only the traffic of culture across the subway of Madrid but also to make readable the journeys of millions of passengers every day. These small […]

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Ayers Collection by Leucos

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Ayers, designed by Marco Piva for Leucos, is a collection of table, floor, pendant, ceiling and wall lamps made of hand blown gloss glass in black, white and red. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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Tama Art University Library by Toyo Ito

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Architecture.

The new Tama Art University library designed by Toyo Ito will provide a range of facilities designed to develop the intellect and enhance life in a contemporary information society. The first floor features a gallery space where students will be able to assimilate the latest information from every angle. The gallery will act as a space for various exciting events and exhibitions. On […]

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The Festive Kitchen by Eduardo Larmaraud

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Eduardo Larmaraud‘s Festive Kitchen consists of a kind of “rent a kitchen” with an object that can be rapidly build and functions simultaneously as a kitchen, a table, a bench, a working surface and a garden market display. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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Fallingwater House Animation

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Architecture, Others.

Cristóbal Vila presents a short computer graphic movie featuring the Frank Lloyd Wright Masterpiece, the Fallingwater House. In the animation you can see how the house was built, showing its internal structure and offering points of view not so well known that really helps to understand the volume of the house. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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Butterfly House by Lippmann Associates

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Architecture.

The Buttergly House by Lippmann Associates is a 420 square meters house with a voluptuous sculptural form that has been widely and critically acclaimed The house was designed for a Chinese property developer who insisted that the house have “no straight lines” to attract good “chi” in accordance with Feng Shui principles. The building has two wings like a […]

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