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6×9 Alpine Hut by Ofis

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Architecture, Interior Design.

The hut is situated in a small Alpine village in Slovenia. The client bought the site with an existing construction and hired Ofis to change the elements of the house to suit his family and open the windows towards the views. Ofis modified the existing hut of 6×9 meters with a 42 degrees pitched roof, […]

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Snog Soho by Cinimod Studio

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Interior Design.

Cinimod Studio have created the second of Snog Pure Frozen Yogurt store, this time located in the heart of London’s vibrant Soho. In this store they introduce a different quirk in the design: a bubbling ceiling. This lighting feature is comprised by 700 glass globes containing LED lights and presents a new level of visual […]

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Salon O by Takao Shiotsuka Atelier

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Architecture.

To project the Salon O, Takao Shiotsuka Atelier used the same figure inside and outside to give the whole building fictiveness. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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L House by Philippe Stuebi

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Architecture.

Philippe Stuebi designed an expressive volumetric as a result of the particular form of the plot located in Bakus, Zurich. The concept was to string together the requested spaces to one movement going through the house. Each room receives its completely specific character in size and form: conical entry are with wardrobe and guest wc, […]

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Long Tall House by Spacespace

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Architecture.

Spacespace designed this long tall house of five floors that occupies a narrow plot in Tokyo, Japan. The two basement floors are build in concrete to resist soil pressure, while the three upper floors are made of wood for lightness and economy. The first floor has a bedroom, bathroom and parking. The second floor has […]

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Centre of Sustainable Energy Technologies by MC Architects

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Architecture.

The Centre for Sustainable Energy Technologies, designed by MC Architects, focus on the diffusion of sustainable technologies such as solar power, photovoltaic energy, wind power and so forth. The building, inspired by Chinese lanterns and traditional wooden screens, accommodates a visitors centre, research laboratories and classrooms for masters courses. The fa�ade folds dramatically to create […]

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A-House by FKL Architects

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Architecture, Interior Design.

FKL Architects designed a single-family house located on a mews lane, in a Victorion suburb of Dublin. The house is an exploration of diagonal space within an orthogonal form and the possibilities of integrating environmental concerns at a fundamental level. A concrete tube provides the structural and spatial organisation and encloses the public areas of […]

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House of Diffusion by FORM / Kouichi Kimura Architects

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Architecture.

FORM / Kouichi Kimura Architects designed a minimal residence for a young couple located in Shiga, Japan. The client desired an open and varied space connected with the outward world while closed inward to protect privacy from neighborhood. Reason why the windows of the home are positioned to afford views of the nearby hills but […]

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Kolumba Art Museum by Peter Zumthor

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Architecture.

The new Kolumba Art Museum designed by Peter Zumthor transfers the sum of the existing fragments into one complete building. The Kolumba Art Museum in Cologne’s city center, holds a secret garden, stone ruins, a uniquely dense archaeological site that are the most impressive symbol of the city�s almost complete destruction during the Second World […]

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Aesop Armadale Shop by Ryan Russell

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Interior Design.

Aesop‘s new store in Armadale, Australia, has been designed by Ryan Russell. The store is a small space that offers enormous potential thanks to the use of light, color and texture. Like the Aesop Shop in Sydney, one of the largest walls of the shop is used to display Aesop‘s products. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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