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Engine Offices by Jump Studios

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Interior Design.

Jump Studios has created an animated but suitably slick new office environment for communication group Engine. The five-storey building accommodates twelve companies under the Engine umbrella. The challenge was to create a space that would appeal to a broad range of tastes while respecting and upholding the individual brand identities. Clients can opt for multilateral or unilateral engagement with the […]

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Private Pool by Heri&Salli

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Landscape Design.

The main goal for Heri&Salli was to create and continue a kind of landscape character that includes different functions and tasks. The six stripes line up on each other and take over different functions around the swimming pool like seats or couchsurfaces or tables or a roof that offers view-protection to the neighbours. A fragmentary strip as a ramp has […]

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Pentagon Memorial by KBAS Studio

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Landscape Design.

KBAS Studio worked closely with the familiars of the victims to project the Pentagon Memorial, inaugurated september 11, seven years after 9/11. The Pentagon Memorial is a place like no other that provokes thought yet does not prescribe what to think or how to feel. 184 Memorial Units are uniquely placed along age lines marking a […]

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Moereels House by Jo Crepain

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Architecture.

Jo Crepain renovated a concrete water tower into a house located in Brasschaat, Belgium. On the ground floor is a 6 meter high volume dropped around the four feet of the tower. Industrial u-glass covers three sides of the tower and clear glass with small balconies on the south side. Steel stairways connect the different levels […]

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Studio 13 by Street & Garden Furniture Co.

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Interior Design.

Australian firm Street & Garden Furniture Co. have renovated their office, an ex-warehouse space in Brisbane creating “A great place to hand out”. Considerations included where to place games tables, sound system, bar and balconies for Fridays afternoons and entertaining clients. The play of light though voids, derived from classic computer games, cherry blossoms and dappled light, […]

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Les Cols Restaurant and Pavilions by RCR Arquitectes

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Architecture.

RCR Arquitectes designed, with a very appropriate use of materials, Les Cols Restaurant and Pavilions in Olot, Girona, Spain. The interior distribution was organized by defining two main axes set perpendicularly to each other. The longitudinal axis is the long, narrow dining area flanked by other small private dining areas and bathrooms, the cross axis which holds the […]

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Floating Weekend Getaway

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Architecture.

Somewhere in Sweden floats this sweet little floating retreat that a couple escape to on weekends. Totally off-grid, far from anywhere, with a little motor on the back and a flip-up steering wheel on the roof to move the cabin. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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House in Badajoz by Murado & Elvira

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Architecture.

The house, designed by Murado & Elvira, is like a box wrapped in white metal lines with rounded corners. The client desire to simultaneous contemplate the fire and the sunset, turning nature into a domestic object of affection. Sliding doors of pine wood act as shutters and are configured as a protective skin. In the living […]

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Super Sense Spa by KUU

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Interior Design.

The Super Sense Spa, designed by architecture and design studio KUU, is three level spa located in Shanghai. An additional floor in steel was added and the staircase leading up lands at several platforms which are for the spa’s complementary purposes such as consultation, beauty treatment, manicure or pedicure. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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Ygne Summer House by Sandell Sandberg

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Architecture.

Sandell Sandberg projected the Ygne summer house situated on the island of Gotland, one of Sweden most popular summer holiday spots. The house was build to recess into the natural environment. Floor to ceiling windows wrap the house from the entry facade into the inner courtyard, allowing the wooded exterior to become part of the interior […]

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