A Modern Pottery Shed Has Been Added To This British Backyard

January 17, 2018 Erin 0

Photography by Adam Scott   British firm Grey Griffiths Architects have designed a backyard pottery shed for a ceramicist in East London.   Located in the back garden of the client’s home, the architects had to work with the mature trees and a modest budget. Photography by Adam Scott Salvaged materials were used throughout the […]

Paul Raphaelson photographs Williamsburg’s derelict Domino Sugar Factory ahead of redevelopment

January 17, 2018 Bridget Cogley 0

American artist Paul Raphaelson has published photographs of Brooklyn’s dilapidated Domino Sugar Factory, revealing the eerie rust-covered spaces along the East River that were abandoned in 2004 and demolished a decade later. The photographs were taken by Raphaelson in August and October of 2013, just months before most of the complex was demolished by real-estate

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BIG unveils scheme to protect San Francisco creek from flooding

January 17, 2018 Eleanor Gibson 0

Danish firm BIG has developed a proposal to protect a creek in San Francisco Bay from flooding caused by climate change, which includes building floating villages connected by ferries, a red-hued cycle route, and a highway for autonomous vehicles. BIG developed the scheme with One Architecture + Urbanism (ONE) and Sherwood Design Engineers (Sherwood) as part of

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BIG unveils scheme to protect San Francisco creek from flooding

January 17, 2018 Eleanor Gibson 0

Danish firm BIG has developed a proposal to protect a creek in San Francisco Bay from flooding caused by climate change, which includes building floating villages connected by ferries, a red-hued cycle route, and a highway for autonomous vehicles. BIG developed the scheme with One Architecture + Urbanism (ONE) and Sherwood Design Engineers (Sherwood) as part of

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BIG unveils scheme to protect San Francisco creek from flooding

January 17, 2018 Eleanor Gibson 0

Danish firm BIG has developed a proposal to protect a creek in San Francisco Bay from flooding caused by climate change, which includes building floating villages connected by ferries, a red-hued cycle route, and a highway for autonomous vehicles. BIG developed the scheme with One Architecture + Urbanism (ONE) and Sherwood Design Engineers (Sherwood) as part of

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The Renovation of Ngamwong-wan 44 / FATTSTUDIO

January 17, 2018 Rayen Sagredo 0

In early 2016, young couple plan to get married so they had decided to renovate husband’s sister’s bedroom. The project started with how to manage the 90 square meters area, 70 Sqm. on main floor and another 20 Sqm. above as mezzanine. Our clients required living area and bedroom with decoration style which we haven’t known it before.

The ORIGIN Tree House Sits Within A Forest In France

January 17, 2018 Erin 0

Photography by Marco Lavit Nicora   Atelier LAVIT have designed the ORIGIN Tree House for their clients in France who wanted to have a unique cabin. A hundred year-old oak was the starting point for the whole design, with the goal of being as functional and comfortable as a hotel room, and inspired by the shape […]

Piccolo Haus / SMART ARCHITECTURE

January 17, 2018 Rayen Sagredo 0

The area, where the remains of Rock shade have been found, is livelihood from old stone age. This place is located in wind path, so there is always a fresh wind from south area – Cheong do, Ga chang. The mountain to the west of site keeps out hot sunlight in the afternoon. And Shin-cheon river flows at the bottom of mountain, so there is enough water.

Apio Arquitectos creates gabled holiday house overlooking Chilean lake

January 17, 2018 Jenna McKnight 0

Chilean studio Apio Arquitectos has used wooden barns as a reference for this nature retreat, with pitched roofs and facades wrapped in grey metal and pine. The House in Lake Calafquen is located in southern Chile’s Los Ríos Region. Dotted with lakes, the rural area features low ridges, where “elements appear like isolated modules in

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Zupagrafika Presents BLOKOSHKA: A Modernist Architectural Matryoshka

January 17, 2018 Rene Submissions 0

Inspired by the former Eastern Bloc concrete modernist estates, “BLOKOSHKA: Modernist Architectural Matryoshka”, is a playful tour inside out the “sleeping districts” of Moscow, plattenbau constructions of East Berlin, Warsaw estates built over the ruins of old ghetto, and the panelak blocks in Prague. The Modernist Architectural Matryoshka is a set of 4 pre-cut and pre-folded nesting blocks to open in half and place inside of one another. Includes a note on Eastern European housing architecture. Includes a note on Eastern European housing architecture.

After World War II European cities were in urgent need of providing their population with new homes

Studio House / Zen Architects

January 17, 2018 Daniel Tapia 0

Our client contacted us with a request to design an extension to their existing property in order to accommodate the needs of a growing family. In this case, the small area of the site required a unique approach to achieve the required outcomes.

The Unsung Hero of Rooms Everywhere (17 photos)

January 17, 2018 Jennifer Spaeth 0
The sideboard as we know it today has been doing sterling storage work since the 18th century, so it’s clearly not a passing fad. When it first came onto the interiors scene, its place was firmly in the dining room, where it was primarily used to store napkins, cutlery and the like. Fast-forward to today,…

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‘Nuestra Señora de la Consolación’ Church / Allan Cornejo Arquitecto

January 17, 2018 Rayen Sagredo 0

In the district of Rímac in Lima, it was erected in the decade of the 60s by the Congregation of Religious Agustinas Daughters of the Most Holy Savior. The passage of time, the weather and the application of poor maintenance diminished the state of their structures, accelerating their deterioration. After a thorough analysis, it was approved to carry out a new coverage design and the reinforcement of its structures, in such a way that value is added to the existing church.

“There is no need to destroy one significant cultural legacy in order to celebrate another”

January 17, 2018 Charles A Birnbaum 0

The Obama Presidential Center will be presented to the Chicago City Council today. But its proposed siting in the city’s Jackson Park will both remove acres of public land and blight Fredrick Law Olmsted’s historic landscape design, argues The Cultural Landscape Foundation president Charles A Birnbaum. Tod Williams and Billie Tsien are gifted architects. Their

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