The Alysoid Light Uses Delicate Chains To Create The Shape

June 27, 2017 Erin 0

  Japanese designer Ryosuke Fukusada has created a sculptural and delicate pendant light collection named Alysoid.   The collection, designed for Italian lighting manufacturer AxoLight, is a group of hand crafted aluminum lights that take inspiration from the geometric shape of the Alysoid or ‘catenary arch’, which has been described by Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi, […]

11 Howard hotel in New York will “look better not worse in five years”, says Anda Andrei

June 27, 2017 Ben Hobson 0

Designer Anda Andrei explains how the interiors of the 11 Howard hotel are designed to age over time in this movie Dezeen filmed for the AHEAD Awards in New York. 11 Howard, which is shortlisted in five categories at the inaugural AHEAD Americas hospitality awards, is a renovation of a former Holiday Inn in Soho, New York.

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Flavin Architects Designed The Tanglewood House In Massachusetts

June 27, 2017 Erin 0

Photography by Nat Rea Photography   Flavin Architects together with interior design firm Jane Young Design, have completed this contemporary home in Lenox, Massachusetts, that’s surrounded by trees.   Photography by Nat Rea Photography A landscaped path leads to the front entrance, with the garage on the right and the house on the left. The […]

Trump touts solar-panelled Mexico border wall as cost-saving solution

June 27, 2017 Dan Howarth 0

US President Donald Trump has suggested that his controversial wall proposed for the country’s border with Mexico could be covered with solar panels, to provide cheap energy and help foot the bill. Trump told supporters at a rally in Iowa last Wednesday that he was the one who came up with the plan. “Pretty good

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Tower of Wood: The EY Centre / fjmt

June 27, 2017 Daniel Tapia 0

At the heart of this project is both workplace design and city making. We have sought to make a building that reinterprets and honours the uniqueness and history of this place, positioned at the edge of Sydney’s Tank-Stream (the first water source of the colony of New South Wales).

30 Indoor Herb Pots and Planters to Add Flavor to Any Home

June 27, 2017 HD Staff 0

Starting an herb garden can be a wonderful hobby for nearly anyone. While most apartment dwellers or urbanites don’t have backyards for expansive vegetable gardens, you do not need much space at all to grow a few herbs. Gardening can be not only a relaxing, healthy hobby, it can also encourage you to cook at […]

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SHoP Selected to Design Campus for Fulbright University Vietnam in Ho Chi Minh City

June 27, 2017 Patrick Lynch 0

SHoP Architects has been selected as lead master planners and designers of the campus for Fulbright University Vietnam (FUV) to be located in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The new university, announced in 2016 by President Obama on his visit to the country, is Vietnam’s first independent, non-profit institution of higher education. The university was established with the goal of offering innovative teaching programs and impactful research that will serve the country’s continued development and finding solutions to the large problems facing Vietnam and the world.

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jenny sabin’s robotically-woven ‘lumen’ installation opens at MoMA PS1

jenny sabin studio has installed an immersive, interactive structure within the courtyard of new york’s MoMA PS1. the temporary pavilion is made from more than 1,000,000 yards of digitally knitted and robotically-woven fiber, and incorporates 100 robotically-woven recycled spool stools. as the installation will remain on view throughout the summer, an integrated misting system has […]

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Magasinet / Sweco Architects

June 27, 2017 Daniel Tapia 0

Magasinet is a cultural center in Falun situated in an old. On behalf of Kulturföreningen Magasinet, Sweco’s architects in Falun were given the opportunity to design a new extension. The vision was to exhibit the entrance and provide space for the wardrobe, which had previously taken an overly large area. The building has got a modern design language, which is in line with the multifaceted cultural activities that are currently being conducted in the magazine. Form plays with the old buildings roof landscape and coincides with the roof angle of the building.

Magasinet / Sweco Architects

June 27, 2017 Daniel Tapia 0

Magasinet is a cultural center in Falun situated in an old. On behalf of Kulturföreningen Magasinet, Sweco’s architects in Falun were given the opportunity to design a new extension. The vision was to exhibit the entrance and provide space for the wardrobe, which had previously taken an overly large area. The building has got a modern design language, which is in line with the multifaceted cultural activities that are currently being conducted in the magazine. Form plays with the old buildings roof landscape and coincides with the roof angle of the building.

3XN to Helm Design of World’s Largest Fish Market in Sydney

June 27, 2017 Patrick Lynch 0

Danish practice 3XN Architects has revealed design plans for what will be the world’s largest fish market in Sydney, Australia. Selected from a submission pool of more than 60 international design studios, 3XN’s design will relocate the existing Syndey Fish Market from its location in Pyrmont to a nearby wharf in Blackwattle Bay on Bridge Road in Glebe, creating a new food and dining destination on the Sydney inner harbor.