14 Creatively Designed European Cafes That Will Make You Crave Coffee

May 25, 2017 Keely 0

  Here are 14 examples of modern cafes that can be found throughout Europe that serve coffee, but also create a place for friendly gatherings and quiet solo moments.   1. Mimosa Architekti and Modulora have designed Proti Proudu Bistro, a unique cafe in Prague. With white perforated plywood, a grid is created to connect the […]

NGNP Arquitectos uses faceted roof to define offices for startups in western Spain

May 14, 2017 Eleanor Gibson 0

An angular roof folds over this business centre for startups in western Spain, which Seville-based NGNP Arquitectos has split into two blocks by a narrow courtyard. The 789-square-metre Centro Integral de Desarrollo, or Integral Development Centre, acts as an incubator for entrepreneurs and is set on the outskirts of the small town of Calamonte in Spain’s Badajoz province. NGNP Arquitectos

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Evan Fay Has Designed The Lawless Chair

April 28, 2017 Erin 0

Photography by Charlie Schuck   American designer Evan Fay, has created a sculptural furniture piece named the Lawless Chair. Designed as a celebration of irregularity within a system, Evan says, “Taking ownership of truthful possessions, finding comfort in dystopia, and beauty in chaos may be a confronting reality, and opportunity to embrace new expressions in design.” […]

Perforated steel and pavement lights let the sun pierce London townhouse by Andy Martin Architecture

April 26, 2017 Lizzie Fison 0

Andy Martin Architecture gutted this five-storey Georgian townhouse in Belgravia, adding glass pavement lights to the ground floor to allow natural light to filter down to the basement. Andy Martin’s locally based firm was tasked with bringing extra light into the residence of their clients, who wanted to introduce elements of their Sardinian heritage into the central London

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Perforated steel and pavement lights let the sun pierce London townhouse by Andy Martin Architecture

April 26, 2017 Lizzie Fison 0

Andy Martin Architecture gutted this five-storey Georgian townhouse in Belgravia, adding glass pavement lights to the ground floor to allow natural light to filter down to the basement. Andy Martin’s locally based firm was tasked with bringing extra light into the residence of their clients, who wanted to introduce elements of their Sardinian heritage into the central London

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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 […]