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The Manager Room by Buchner & Bruendler Architecten

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Buchner & Bruendler Architecten designed The Manager Room for the JinHua Architecture Park. This pavilion is composed of an orthogonal wall-frame open garden space in which a more natural based structure is embedded. The pavilion contains three different functional areas. A public accessible area situated in the center, a working area on the left side and a living area on […]

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Book Bar by Michael Maltzan

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JinHua Architecture Park’s Book Bar, designed by Michael Maltzan, expands the important confluence between the book and architecture in Chinese history: in the third century B.C.E., a descendant of the philosopher Confucius concealed several of his texts in a wall when the emperor ordered all Confucian writings burned. The pavilion form pulls its central wall outward into […]

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Reading Space by Herzog & de Meuron

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Herzog & de Meuron designed the Reading Space of the JinHua Architecture Park, a mutant form that can be used as a bench, a platform, etc. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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Holiday House in the Alps by AFGH Architekten

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AFGH Architekten designed this incredible holiday house located in Scheidegg, Switzerland. The building was arranged on the periphery of the property so that the option of constructing another building could be left open. The concrete cellar anchors the building in the sloping terrain and houses the entrance area and the technical servicing, on top of which is the wooden volume of […]

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Courthouse in Sant Boi by BAAS Arquitectes

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BAAS Arquitectes designed this vertical components of concrete sheets for the new Courthouse in Sant Boi, Barcelona, presenting a new king of building, emulating the volumes of law books found on the walls of lawyers’ and notaries’ offices. The concrete sheets are built from different distances and different angles, in some cases to favor views from inside and, in other cases, to […]

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The Lab by Belzberg Architects

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Interior Design.

The Laboratory of Art + Ideas, designed by Belzberg Arcthiects, is a unique institution established within a development on the outskirts of Denver. It is unique not only for its eclectic, programmatic agenda and unconventional marketing tactics, but also for being incorporated into a typology of development which normally would not accept such a cultural facility. The entry […]

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House 9×9 by Titus Bernhard Architekten

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Titus Bernhard Architekten designed the 9×9 House that looks like a live-in sculpture with its unconventional curtain wall and rood made of “gabions”, or rubblestone-filled baskets. The design was inspired by Herzog & de Meuron’s Napa Valley winery. This enormous mass (40 tonnes) has a buffereffect in winter and summer. The rainwater flows instead down a waterproof […]

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Kid Robot Store by Mash Studios

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Interior Design.

Mash Studios has worked on Kid Robot retail stores in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Santa Monica and now on Miami. As an icon in pop culture, art toys and vinyl, Kid Robot needed something simple and fresh, modern yet understated for a young feel that wouldn’t over clutter their small spaces. In the store, smaller shelves were needed […]

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