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Maayan Zusman designs plastic surgery clinic with home-like interiors

November 12, 2018 Bridget Cogley 0

Areas of this plastic surgery centre in Tel Aviv look more like a minimal apartment than a medical office, thanks to teal and blush decor chosen by local designer Maayan Zusman. The Raveh clinic, named after its manager Dr Avri Raveh, is located near Ha-Medina Square in the north part of the Israeli city. The

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Gresham Street House / Jackson Teece

November 12, 2018 Rayen Sagredo 0

This re-creation of a family home, tailored to its occupant’s lifestyles, was realised through careful consideration of layout and context. Gresham Street House is an example of vernacular architecture, the architect and Director of Jackson Teece, Daniel Hudson lived there for 6 years before taking on the redesign. Ultimately, he has taken an existing “Queenslander” and shaped the design to create a home that acts as the epitome of shelter in a harsh climate.

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CitizenM Bowery / Concrete + Stephen B. Jacobs Group

November 12, 2018 Pilar Caballero 0

Concrete Architectural Associates and Stephen B. Jacobs Group in collaboration with DeSimone Consulting Engineers, completed the design of CitizenM Bowery, the tallest modular hotel in the United States. Located in Lower East Side, Manhattan, the 21-story building measures approximately 100,000 square feet with 300 modular guestrooms and an assortment of hotel amenities. he hotel includes a rooftop bar and lounge, a bistro-style restaurant and coworking space on the ground level, and a 4,000-square-foot plaza.

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solidsprout reimagines bangkok’s shopping malls as mountains of greenery

November 12, 2018 macnadusa 0

with their latest conceptual project, solidsprout has reimagined the landscape of bangkok, thailand. the idea is to attempt to visualize how the city might look if shopping malls were replaced with green spaces. the design aims to raise people’s awareness about the development of greenery in the urban context. in the concept images, mountains of recreational areas are […]

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Blackened wood cabins form minimal Quebec chalet by Naturehumaine

November 12, 2018 Eleanor Gibson 0

This Quebec holiday home by Canadian architecture studio Naturehumaine comprises two blackened wood cabins, which are intended to look like they are “sliding over the cliff” below. The pair of buildings make up the 888-square-foot (85-square-metre) La Binocle residence, located at the top of a forested mountain in the Eastern Townships tourist region of Quebec. Naturehumaine

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2 Sophisticated Industrial Style Homes

November 12, 2018 HD Staff 0

Two similar style homes await our perusal here, each with an industrial style vibe that is steeped in sophistication. Raw concrete walls and ceilings, cracked and crazed do not typically evoke a vision of luxury living. However, take a moment to absorb the interior designs of these two apartments that incorporate high-end furniture design, modern […]

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OMA’s prefabricated concrete tower has “echoes of brutalist architecture”

November 12, 2018 India Block 0

Innovationen Tower, a 125-metre high tower formed of stacked precast concrete modules, has completed as part of an OMA-designed housing development in Stockholm. Reinier de Graaf led the design for the apartment building, which he said represents a new era for prefabricated housing. “The Norra Tornen project represents a milestone achievement for us,” said De Graaf, partner at

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El Expendio de Maíz / Ludwig Godefroy Architecture

November 12, 2018 Pilar Caballero 0

The story of the expendio de maiz project started from a road trip between friends, those trips when we decide to leave Mexico city for a few days, to go the rural countryside, far from our trendy urban way of life in the capital, to those simple villages, non touristic ones, where we can enjoy simple food, simple moments of authentic mexican life, just watching the people living.

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15 architecture and design exhibitions in London during the Dezeen Awards ceremony

November 12, 2018 Olivia Ladanyi 0

Coming to London for the Dezeen Awards ceremony on 27 November? Here is a guide to the best architecture, design and art shows in town. The ceremony will be hosted by comedy legend Sir Lenny Henry. There are a few tickets remaining, so email the awards team if you’re interested in attending what will be

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Coal Drops Yard Photographed Through the Lens of Laurian Ghinitoiu

November 12, 2018 Eric Baldwin 0

Photographer Laurian Ghinitoiu has released new images of Heatherwick Studio’s Coal Drops Yard in London’s King’s Cross. Unveiled to the public last month, the project includes two heritage rail buildings from the 1850s brought together as a new shopping district. The design extends the inner gabled roofs of Victorian coal drops to link the two viaducts together around shopping and public space.

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Omaha Art House / Olson Kundig

November 12, 2018 Rayen Sagredo 0

The redesign of this Omaha, Nebraska home focused on seamlessly integrating artworks from the couple’s extensive collection. Devoted almost entirely to the work of artist Jun Kaneko, the collection includes several large-scale sculptural and two-dimensional works. Kaneko is known for his strong sensitivity to space and surrounding environments. Accordingly, this home’s design paid special attention to the relationship of the artworks both to the built environment, and to the newly integrated natural environment brought visually into the home.

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Hannes Meyer: the “unknown” second Bauhaus director

November 12, 2018 Jon Astbury 0

Swiss architect Hannes Meyer led the Bauhaus between the giants of Walter Gropius and Mies van der Rohe. As we continue our Bauhaus 100 series exploring the school’s centenary, we profile the director with a marred legacy. Meyer is referred to by some as the “unknown” Bauhaus director. Hidden between the immense shadows of Walter Gropius and the

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