This Argentinian House Is Made Almost Entirely Of Concrete

May 22, 2017 Keely 0

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden   Architect Luciano Kruk has recently completed the mostly concrete S+J house in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Located within a forested area, this house was made as a vacation and rental home for two families. There are two levels to the home separating the social areas from the sleeping areas. The […]

Sergey Makhno Architects reveals atmospheric visuals of Ukrainian mountain residence

May 17, 2017 Lizzie Fison 0

Sergey Makhno Architects has revealed these painterly renderings of a weathering steel holiday home nestled in Ukraine’s Carpathian Mountains. The Kiev-based architecture studio – which also specialises in interior and product design – created the intricately rendered visuals for Rose House using programmes 3DS Max and Corona Renderer.  The concrete structure is shown clad in weathering steel and surrounding an elevated

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Idee Architects updates house on Vietnamese citrus farm with pavilion-like living space

May 9, 2017 Lizzie Fison 0

Idee Architects has modernised a traditional Vietnamese farmhouse for a large family, adding a glass and steel structure that overlooks orchards and the Ba Vì mountain range beyond. The Hanoi-based studio built the farmhouse in two main units, constructing the living and dining area on top of the basement of a dilapidated building, and renovating existing structures for the bedrooms. Mian Farm Cottage was designed

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Jaime Hayon combines Caesarstone with stained glass to create colourful Stone Age Folk pavilion

May 4, 2017 Calum Lindsay 0

Spanish designer Jaime Hayon explains how traditional marquetry techniques informed his Stone Age Folk pavilion in this movie Dezeen filmed for Caesarstone during Milan design week. Caesarstone’s Stone Age Folk exhibition, which ran from 4 to 8 April during Milan design week, featured a pavilion by Hayon constructed within the ballroom of Palazzo Serbelloni, a

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Dale Chihuly’s Glass Sculptures Takeover The New York Botanical Garden

May 1, 2017 Erin 0

© The New York Botanical Garden   Recently opened at The New York Botanical Garden is a new exhibition called CHIHULY, that showcases artist Dale Chihuly’s innovative glass sculptures.   © The New York Botanical Garden The exhibition is the first major garden show for Chihuly in more than 10 years and it features more than […]

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This Visitors Pavilion Is Surrounded By Glass And Water

February 8, 2017 Erin 0

Photography by Agustin Garza   Grupoarquitectura have designed the Hacienda El Barreno Visitors Pavilion that sits among the old stone walls of a hacienda (estate) in San Juan del Rio, Mexico.   Photography by Agustin Garza The pavilion, used by visiting guests and for events, has a large water feature that reflects the architecture and almost surrounds it at the […]