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Wedding Chapel by BNKR Arquitectura

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BNKR Arquitectura designed this beautiful little wedding chapel in a colonial garden in Cuernavaca, Mexico. They decided to build a crystal chapel using U-profiled glass in the manner of lattice-work, creating a well ventilated space as well as achieving a visual play between the interior and exterior. The four facades are covered with U-profiled glass […]

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Paperhouse by Heatherwick Studio

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Heatherwick Studio has completed a series of brass newspaper kiosks in London. The kiosks open by rotating the front sections around the structure, allowing vendors to set their stock more efficiently. They are made of wood coated in patinated brass, supported by a steel frame. A glazed band at the top allows natural light into […]

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The Black Cloud by Heather & Ivan Morison

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Architecture.

Artists Heather & Ivan Morison, in collaboration with architect graduate Alex Sash Reading, designed a temporary structure called The Black Cloud, situated in the Victoria Park in Bristol, UK. The structure is a deconstructed geodesic dome, made up of 152 unique timber triangles, creating a form that appears to lurch across the park. The Black […]

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Restaurant BOND by BERLINRODEO

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Interior Design.

BERLINRODEO designed the BOND Restaurant in the glamorous style of the Bond films from the 60’s and 70’s, yet reinterpreted for modern sensibilities. The restaurant is divided into different zones. The centerpiece is a golden-lit bar with an opposing wine shelf. The smoking lounge, located in the rear, is conceived as a communicative element and […]

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Dambara House by Suppose Design Office

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Suppose Design Office designed the Dambara House for a family of four located in Hiroshima, Japan. Surrounded by other residences, the house is like a big white block of concrete. The family can gather in the first floor situated under two skylights to the north and the south, where the air flows through the living […]

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Fugas Lusas Shop by extrastudio

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Interior Design.

extrastudio was commissioned to create a concept for a Portuguese delicatessen shop that would also work as a cafe. The shop has a large shop window/entrance, near to a square where they have the terrace, that can be opened completely in the summer. Inside, shelves carved on the thick exterior walls, display a wide range […]

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Equestrian Center by Francisco Mangado

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Architecture.

Francisco Mangado projected the equestrian center located in Ultzama, Navarra, in the middle of a valley with green pasture and oak trees. The buildings are formed of large unitary and isolated farm-like volumes that seem to touch, but compete with one another to show their bold architectural character. Beyond the materials or specific expressive configurations, […]

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Private Residence by Garcia Tamjidi

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Interior Design.

Garcia Tamjidi transformed one of the first warehouse loft in the city of San Francisco into a private residence. The loft maximizes natural light provided by an exterior light court. Designed as a living gallery space, the architecture capitalizes on the openness and optimizes generous display surfaces. The interior stair connecting the ground floor from […]

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Cogeco Office by Waltritsch A+U

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Interior Design.

Waltritsch A+U projected the new office for Cogeco, a coffee company located in Trieste, Italy, one of the most important ports within the coffee trade market. The projects consisted in the interior renovation of the company office, under the two distinguishing factor: the worldwide relationships with the “exotic” names and the specific knowledge of the […]

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Sighartstein Kindergarten by kadawittfeldarchitektur

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kadawittfeldarchitektur designed this kindergarten located in Sighartstein, Austria, that merge with the surrounding landscape. The design of the building is developed from two horizontal layers that surround a central hall and courtyard. The two L- and U-shaped levels result in an open, multilayer structure. They become the floor, ceiling, roof and gallery for the rooms […]

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