Studio Lorier have designed a new wood bookshelf named ‘Wave’, whose shape is completely customizable. Recently shown at Salone Satellite in Milan, the design of the bookshelf allows for each separate layer of the shelf to be moved independently. By moving each layer, the overall design of the bookshelf can be changed whenever the […]
Photography by Luis Beltran Spanish creative consultancy firm Masquespacio, have recently completed the design of Piada, a modern Italian restaurant that’s located in Lyon, France. The owners of the restaurant, Arthur and Mathilde, wanted to create a modern brand, and as it’s located within a residential neighborhood, they wanted it to be bright and welcoming, but at […]
Housing developments and family member
The site of this house was a housing development which had passed around 40 years since the area had started selling. There are over 400 houses but they have no value as a property and people who are living in are not so young anymore. The demands of client are: an over 330 square meter land space and enough distances from neighbors for a better privacy. Then the site was thought as the better conditions because of the low price of land and the density of the development.
the studio re-established postgården as a central and vibrant destination – a business house offering attractive shops, leasehold offices and 800 workplaces.
As a connection of buildings between the north and the south in Nanjing Newspaper Cultural & Innovative Park, and in order to respond with the genius loci, the X Bridge combines the design of space and its load transferring of structure instead of conventional decoration after structural build-up. The structure is formed by the main and secondary trusses which are joined innovatively together in X-shape to support each other to insure stability and strength of the whole structure.
Expanding a remodelled bungalow in Los Angeles and connecting it to an adjacent commercial building has allowed architect Martin Fenlon to create more living spaces for his family and offices for his studio. Completed over the course of almost five years, the architect conceived the Fenlon House in three phases, and built it with a
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A dark green marble counter and a grid of tiny circular shelves are among the minimal details chosen by Ivy Studio for the Crisp barbershop in Montreal. Located in the city’s Pointe Saint-Charles neighbourhood, Crisp was designed in response to a brief from the owner for a “barbershop unlike all others”. “His ambitions were to create a unique experience
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The sensual and autobiographical qualities of the house Mexican architect Luis Barragán built for himself are rarely found in today’s buildings, says Aaron Betsky. If you are going to make real architecture today it better be damn real. In a world of instant images whose truth you can never ascertain, delicate structures just won’t do.
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Architects including Adjaye Associates have presented ideas for the refurbishment of the Lancaster West Estate in London, site of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. Cullinan Studio, Maccreanor Lavington, Murray John Architects, Levitt Bernstein and Penoyre & Prasad also contributed concepts to the report produced by Lancaster West Residents Association. A book of ideas was created for
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