This Renovated Loft In Boston Was Designed To Be Bright And Open

June 23, 2017 Keely 0

Photography by Eric Roth   ZeroEnergy Design (ZED) together with Ralph S Osmond have given this contemporary Boston loft a makeover, keeping it open and fresh, and suitable for an expanding family.   Just inside the front entrance is a small sitting room with a wall full of floor-to-ceiling white cabinets. This area can be used as a home […]

10 houses from Dezeen’s Pinterest boards that offer ideas for outdoor dining

June 23, 2017 Lucy Wildsmith 0

A Miami Beach residence that takes indoor-outdoor living to the extreme and a Japanese house with a garden dining room feature in our Pinterest roundup of homes that prioritise entertaining in the summer months. Midden Garden Pavilion, South Africa, Metropolis A concrete pavilion in the grounds of this Cape Town residence houses a dining area with

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10 houses from Dezeen’s Pinterest boards that offer ideas for outdoor dining

June 23, 2017 Lucy Wildsmith 0

A Miami Beach residence that takes indoor-outdoor living to the extreme and a Japanese house with a garden dining room feature in our Pinterest roundup of homes that prioritise entertaining in the summer months. Midden Garden Pavilion, South Africa, Metropolis A concrete pavilion in the grounds of this Cape Town residence houses a dining area with

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This Rooftop Deck Has Custom Designed Wood Benches Surrounded By Greenery

June 23, 2017 Keely 0

  Jeremy Jih of J.Roc Design recently completed Wood Flow, a sculpted, modular roof deck that’s 600 square feet in size and surrounded by greenery.   A pergola made from Sapele wood slats sits above a living green wall and provides a small covered area for dining on the roof. Modular sapele wood pieces have […]

Cladding stripped from residential towers across UK in wake of Grenfell Tower fire

June 23, 2017 Jessica Mairs 0

Cladding is being removed from residential high-rises across the UK following concerns over fire safety in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. The government has ordered tests on up to 600 high-rise buildings to establish whether they have been clad in the same aluminium composite material used at Grenfell Tower, as last week’s disaster continues

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Cornell University’s Intuitive Push/Pull Furniture Series Blends Asian Sensibility with New York Flavor

June 23, 2017 AD Editorial Team 0

Cornell University’s College of Architecture, Art and Planning has unveiled a 12-piece versatile furniture series designed for the school’s New York City space in Manhattan’s financial district. Created by Hong Kong-based architecture office CL3 and interdisciplinary design studio Lim + Lu (founding partners of which are Cornell alumni), each piece has been inspired both by their New York context and intuitive operation by a global user.

3 Soothing Scandinavian Interiors

June 23, 2017 HD Staff 0

The rise of Scandinavian design in popularity is hardly new. However, there is little that is more soothing than taking a step inside a home that uses the simplicity and functionality of the Scandinavian style to such great effect as these three homes do. Clean lines, simple colors, and an attention to practical details like […]

Steam Canoe / OCADU

June 23, 2017 Daniel Tapia 0

OCAD’s Steam Canoe was inspired by the canoe; The vessel that symbolizes the rich history of the indigenous first nations and early exploration of North America. The shoreline shelter was built to cut through the harsh wind of the cold winter shoreline, reflecting the interior space created by overturned water vessels. Solar hydronic components were installed within the structure, reflecting the underlying theme of freeze-thaw. Evacuated solar tubes heated a capture pan at the rear of the interior, melting snow and generating warm water, creating a fog halo that emerged from within the structure.

Moxon Architects builds humble cabin in mountainous Scottish landscape

June 23, 2017 Natasha Levy 0

The mountains of Scotland’s Cairngorms National Park offer a dramatic backdrop for this modernist-inspired hut by firm Moxon Architects. Culardoch Shieling, which takes its name from the Scottish Gaelic word for “hut”, is located in the grounds of the client’s highland estate. It provides a space for entertaining guests that takes full advantage of its scenic surrounds. “We were asked to

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