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Cosy Family Home With Soft Grey & Sugar Pink Accent Decor

March 5, 2021 HD Staff 0

Sugar pink accents sweeten the soft grey interior of this modern family home, where layers of geometric pattern layer in interest and energy. Visualised by Nata Bo, this is a precisely customised living space where bespoke cabinetry increases the usable area by bridging furniture, filling gaps and encasing corners. Uplifting colour accents and upbeat pattern […]

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Klein Dytham Architecture creates “fairytale building” for Japanese hotel

March 5, 2021 Tom Ravenscroft 0
PokoPoko Clubhouse at Risonare Hotel in Japan by Klein Dytham architecture

Tokyo-based Klein Dytham Architecture has designed PokoPoko as a clubhouse and activity centre surrounded by forest for the Risonare Nasu hotel in rural Japan. Built near the town of Nasu in the shadow of the Mount Nasu volcanoes, the clubhouse is set within a forest clearing between the hotel’s two existing accommodation blocks. “The concept of the project

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Kingston Lafferty Design creates “otherworldly” interiors for Dublin skin clinic

March 5, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Stainless steel treatment rooms of Dublin skin clinic Fitzgerald Private Clinic by Kingston Lafferty Design

A palette of plaster, marble, terrazzo and stainless steel was chosen to create interiors that customers want to “reach out and touch” in this Dublin skin clinic by Kingston Lafferty Design. The local firm was commissioned by the Fitzgerald Private Clinic to capture a sense of calm, quiet luxury while maintaining the cleanliness expected from

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The Architecture of Liminal Spaces

March 5, 2021 Diego Hernández 0

Liminal spaces are everywhere, both literally, and as a popular topic of intrigue on Reddit and other image-sharing platforms. Posting photographs of empty dilapidated spaces followed by collective reminiscing of childhood experiences is proving to be a popular activity these days. At one time or another, the spaces depicted in these eerie photos seemed like a good idea, a useful solution to a problem of providing shelter for crowds in the act of movement or commerce. Architecture had specific terms for these spaces too and defined them through theories that explained their role in our culture. In this video, architectural professor Stewart Hicks presents how architects think about liminal spaces, what goes into them, why they exist, and why some architects and artists still work to produce their effect.