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Material palette of London’s Forte Forte boutique is a “visual and chromatic melody”

December 11, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
Forte Forte boutique in London, designed by Giada Forte and Robert Vattilana

Clay bricks, onyx and plush velvet are just some of the materials that creative duo Giada Forte and Robert Vattilana have used for the interior of this fashion boutique, which has opened in west London. Located in London’s affluent Chelsea neighbourhood, Forte Forte has been decked out in a medley of materials that are meant

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david chipperfield will be domus magazine’s guest editor in 2020

December 11, 2019 macnadusa 0

david chipperfield has been announced as the new guest editor of domus magazine for the year 2020. following michele de lucchi and winy maas, chipperfield will be the third architect of the editorial project dubbed 10 x 10 x 10, where 10 architects of international fame will take turns at the helm for the duration […]

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Rethinking Homes Massive Construction through Customizable Contemporary Designs with Metricon

December 11, 2019 Sponsored Post 0

Use the term ‘volume builder’ in front of an architect, and there’s a fair chance they’ll shudder. Conjuring a vision of homogenous, mass-produced boxes squished together, ruining the look of leafy suburbs traditionally populated by impeccably designed homes, volume building is often seen as the poor cousin.

However, not all volume builders are cut from the same cloth. As Australia’s number one builder, Metricon aims to change the way people think about volume building.

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Best Houses of 2019

December 11, 2019 Paula Pintos 0

More than 5.000 architecture projects were published in ArchDaily this year.  Year after year, we curate hundreds of residential projects, and as we know our readers love houses, we compiled a selection of the most visited residential projects published on the site. 

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1/3 House / Rever & Drage Architects

December 11, 2019 Paula Pintos 0

This detached house was built for a young couple in Sunndal who wanted to build a small home they could afford with limited funds. At the same time, they envisioned that their family would grow and they, therefore, wanted the building to be easily expandable, depending on how life developed. The man wanted a romantic and cosy building while his wife, who is a deer hunter, wanted a building that was practical with room for guns and other hunting equipment. Both saw the need to think simple, especially due to economic concerns, but at the same time, they wanted to think about the future so there would be no big leaps for making changes as their family changed.

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Rombout Frieling Lab creates interactive Arctic bus stop

December 11, 2019 Tom Ravenscroft 0
Station of Being by Rombout Frieling Lab

Architecture studio Rombout Frieling Lab has created the Station of Being as a prototype bus stop for use in the Arctic region, which uses sound and light to alert passengers to approaching buses. The bus stop in Umeå, Sweden, was designed to improve the waiting conditions for passengers using public transport in cold weather conditions within

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Grand Park Hotel Rovinj / 3LHD

December 11, 2019 Andreas Luco 0

Grand Park Hotel Rovinj is a viewpoint for the most beautiful stage on the Adriatic. No matter where he is in the hotel, the guest gets the impression he is staying in a park overlooking Rovinj, St. Euphemia, the island of St. Catherine and the most beautiful sea sunset. Located directly on the coast, near the marina and the promenade, it connects the inner city area with the tourist attractions of the Monte Mulini zone.

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Claw House / Botticini + Facchinelli ARW

December 11, 2019 Paula Pintos 0

The project is site on a hill, address towards the Adamello’s mountain and the Iseo lake, with a view that it opens on the natural reservation of the Sebino’s peat bog. The house defines its own occupying modality starting from two innovative elements: the connection with the ground and the relationship with the landscape.