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Stacked volumes form Ferring Pharmaceuticals HQ by Foster + Partners

October 6, 2022 Cajsa Carlson 0

British architecture studio Foster + Partners has created a stacked glass building with a cantilevered roof for the headquarters of Ferring Pharmaceuticals in Denmark. The six-storey triangular building is located on the waterfront by the Øresund crossing north of Copenhagen and sits on a large plinth that was designed to provide flood defence. Foster +

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EYRC maintains industrial detail for office campus built in a former LA Times facility

September 30, 2022 Kate Mazade 0

Los Angeles studio Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects transformed the derelict Los Angeles Times printing facility and Orange County newsroom into an office campus in Costa Mesa, California. The adaptive-reuse project, known as The Press, celebrates the building’s industrial history while reactivating the spaces for people. The printing facility and Orange County newsroom were designed

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Soft light fills Iowa municipal building by Neumann Monson Architects

August 12, 2022 Jenna McKnight 0
Municipal building with polycarbonate exteriors

Polycarbonate walls and a row of tall window boxes bring diffused sunlight into the Iowa City Public Works building by US firm Neumann Monson Architects. The low-lying building is located just south of Iowa City’s downtown district, near a recreational area and a future housing development. Totalling 99,294 square feet (9,225 square metres), the facility

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51 Concrete Decor Items That Create An Interesting Industrial Aesthetic

July 21, 2022 HD Staff 0

Concrete decor elements, large or small, install an edgy dash of style into a home interior. Most synonymous with the industrial aesthetic, concrete accessories also befit minimalist spaces, boho schemes, Scandi interiors, the vintage look, and modern farmhouse decor. This cool material can take a standard room design to a new level with either raw […]

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Pasturebird introduces solar-powered robot chicken coop

June 12, 2022 Rima Sabina Aouf 0
Automated Range Coop by Pasturebird

American poultry producer Pasturebird has invented a solar-powered robot chicken coop on wheels, which it says fosters regenerative farming while allowing the animals to “live their best life”. Pasturebird’s Automated Range Coop (ARC) is a large, floorless barn that each day rolls itself a short distance to allow the chickens within to graze on fresh

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BIG completes “world’s most environmentally-friendly furniture factory” in Norway

May 25, 2022 Jennifer Hahn 0
Birde-eye view of The Plus furniture factory by BIG for Vestre in a forest

Architecture firm BIG has constructed a mass-timber Passivhaus factory in a Norwegian forest for outdoor furnituremaker Vestre, which features a green roof and solar panels as well as an exterior slide. Instead of being hidden away on an industrial estate, The Plus factory development is nestled in 300 acres of woodland near the village of

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Bahrain weaving facility by Leopold Banchini Architects “celebrates local construction and craft traditions”

May 19, 2022 Alyn Griffiths 0
Exterior of weaving facility in Bahrain by Leopold Banchini Architects

Ponds, palm trees and sunken seating areas interrupt the gridded layout of the Al Naseej Textile Factory in Bahrain, which Leopold Banchini Architects designed to incorporate traditional building methods. Geneva studio Leopold Banchini Architects created the textile factory and social space for the local craftspeople of Bani Jamrah, a village that is renowned for maintaining a traditional

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Skroz reimagines Croatian rural buildings with Eco Pig Farm

April 5, 2022 Rima Sabina Aouf 0
Black Slavonian Eco Pig Farm by Skroz

Pigs live in modular pens in barns with airy lattice-like facades on this Croatian farm designed by architecture studio Skroz. Skroz designed the Eco Pig Farm for Sin Ravnice, one of the first professional breeders dedicated to the long-neglected Slavonian Black pig, which is indigenous to the Slavonia region of eastern Croatia. The pig is prized

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Revival Projects’ Zero Footprint Repurposing hub saves construction waste from landfill

March 24, 2022 Rima Sabina Aouf 0
Zero Footprint Repurposing hub by Revival Projects

Australian building company Revival Projects has turned a warehouse that is set for redevelopment into a hub for repurposing construction and demolition waste, which is open to the public during Melbourne Design Week. Melbourne Design Week describes the Zero Footprint Repurposing hub as one of the world’s first free hubs dedicated to the storage and

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Fanned and sawtooth roofs top Sanand Factory in India by Studio Saar

March 22, 2022 Jon Astbury 0
Buildings at the factory are made up from geometric shapes

Kite-like canopies and geometric roofs shelter the spaces of this factory by Studio Saar, which sits atop a seasonal lake in Sanand, India. Designed for electronics manufacturer Secure Meters, the project sits above a seasonal lake that can expand from one to three acres during the monsoon season. Four individual buildings housing an entrance area,

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