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Dimension Lab Showroom / ARTEFACT

March 28, 2020 Andreas Luco 0

The Furniture Showroom Dimension Lab, where creative ideas are melted, is a project that unravels brand identity through strongconcept. Three young pioneers have come up with the concept of a ‘Lab’ that also matches the brand name in the development process of a brand they have been developing while conducting many experiments and trials. The mood was refined to a low tone to create a chic and professional atmosphere. Inspired by the gallery, designer expressed the essential appeal of furniture through an approach to presenting furniture in a unique way. Located on the first floor of a new building with calm gray tones, the showroom exists harmoniously, not deviating from the tone of the entire building.

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Fanzheng Restaurant and Tripsay Hotel / FZZF

March 27, 2020 罗靖琳 - Jinglin Luo 0

Project Background. The overall renovation project of Fanzheng Restaurant and Tripsay Hotel is located in Yutian village, Shenzhen city which is at the intersection of modern prosperity and obsolescence. The new and old neighborhoods present the changes and connections of the city, bringing new propositions about urban renewal.

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A Cross Pattern Covers This Facade Made From Precast Concrete

March 27, 2020 Erin 0

Architecture firm dmvA has designed the House of Lorraine, a multi-residential building in Mechelen, Belgium, that showcases a cross-pattern facade. The cross-pattern facade is made from pre-cast concrete. At night, the light from within the apartments highlights the pattern and helps to create a shadow effect. Inside the building, the cross pattern allows the natural […]

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AIA task force to offer advice on converting buildings into healthcare facilities

March 27, 2020 Bridget Cogley 0
AIA task force coronavirus pandemic

The American Institute of Architects has launched a task force to consult on how to adapt buildings into healthcare facilities during the coronavirus pandemic. Announced yesterday, the initiative by American Institute of Architects (AIA) was created in response to Covid-19 in the US, which now leads the world in confirmed cases. The task force is

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IBG School / HIBINOSEKKEI + Youji no Shiro + Kids Design Labo

March 27, 2020 Hana Abdel 0

This is an interior design project of transforming a three-storey existing building to IBG Kindergarten in Beijing, China. The acronym in ibg stands for Inspiring, Bi-cultural and Green. While many emphasize on ease of maintenance and ease of use among adults as their requirement of design, but we prioritized children’s use and learning as our criteria. Supporting the educational philosophy of the school, the structure was filled with nature so as to educate the children amidst the enjoyable green which is a rare sight in this urban neighborhood. The roof was transformed to a ‘Garden of Movement’, that is a simple terrace garden to boost movement and exercise.

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​Jupe designs flat-pack Intensive Care Unit to bolster hospitals impacted by coronavirus

March 27, 2020 Eleanor Gibson 0
​Jupe flat-packed care units could bolster hospitals in coronavirus pandemic

Flat-pack startup Jupe has unveiled the “world’s first standalone Intensive Care Unit” and other pop-up care facilities to help hospitals under pressure due to coronavirus. Jupe, which was founded by entrepreneur ​Jeff Wilson​ and investment banker Cameron Blizzard to provide housing to displaced people, announced yesterday it was pivoting services in response to the pandemic.

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MOAK Twin House / HUSO + Partners

March 27, 2020 Hana Abdel 0

A Simple House – The owner of this house is a young couple who have dreamt of a relaxed rural life in which their children are free to romp around in proximity to nature outside the urban center.