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An Airy Home Fosters Togetherness for 3 Generations in Singapore
10 months ago

An Airy Home Fosters Togetherness for 3 Generations in Singapore

By  •  DIY, Architecture

By Verlaine Marquez, Houzz

When architects design and build their own homes, you expect them to pull out all the stops to turn their architectural visions into reality while ensuring …
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Radutny Architects’ Ranquist Development Office
2 years ago

Radutny Architects’ Ranquist Development Office

By  •  Architecture

  Main Enterance

A Masonary shell is converted into an office environment by Chicago developer .Our main concern is to emphasize on the material that is used to construct this …
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Hella Cool Helicosm Lets Customers Create Their Own Beauty Products
5 years ago

Hella Cool Helicosm Lets Customers Create Their Own Beauty Products

Understanding what you sell, not just the product but all the emotions that people experience when buying and using them, is a vital part of succeeding in …
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Why the Apocalypse Would Make the Perfect Playground
5 years ago

Why the Apocalypse Would Make the Perfect Playground

By  •  miscellaneous

While children may lack knowledge and a certain fear of death that seems to come with age, one thing they have in abundance is imagination. Sticks can …
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Fitzroy Terrace Fits the Bill for Sensitive Renovations
5 years ago

Fitzroy Terrace Fits the Bill for Sensitive Renovations

By  •  Architecture

Every now and again we come across renovations of houses born centuries ago that pique our interest. The success or failure of these projects hangs on the …
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Golden Workshop-A Shining Example of Shooting From the Hip
5 years ago

Golden Workshop-A Shining Example of Shooting From the Hip

By  •  Architecture

There is a lot to say for when designers shoot from the hip. Sometimes not having the time to think and overthink a project leads to exceptional …
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The Kukie Gallery Adds Life to Sogyeok-dong
5 years ago

The Kukie Gallery Adds Life to Sogyeok-dong

By  •  Architecture

Galleries have long ago rid themselves of the image of stuffy buildings filled with “shhh” signs. The revolutions that redefined what constitutes art led to an explosion …
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CQ+S Weave an Old Slaughterhouse into a New Cinema
5 years ago

CQ+S Weave an Old Slaughterhouse into a New Cinema

By  •  Architecture

It is always a dilemma for designers retrofitting old buildings to decide what to keep and what to get rid of. This decision makes the difference between …
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The Hills Are Alive With Visions of Judith Benzer
5 years ago

The Hills Are Alive With Visions of Judith Benzer

By  •  Architecture

Summerhouses are enclaves of rest and respite. They allow their owners a break from the stresses of city life and give them time too recoup. But their …
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The Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Snakes Through the Tangles of Its Own History
5 years ago

The Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Snakes Through the Tangles of Its Own History

By  •  Architecture

Every year, design and art lovers alike eagerly anticipate the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion. The pavilion draws crowds who often go simply to see the structure. This year, …
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Squished Between Design and the Deep Blue Sea
5 years ago

Squished Between Design and the Deep Blue Sea

By  •  Architecture

Just as more and more of the world’s population are moving to cities, there is profession whose members still tend to prefer rural communities, artists. Seeking solitude …
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Filter Arkitekter Transforms Education
5 years ago

Filter Arkitekter Transforms Education

By  •  Architecture

Schools are often utilitarian, with their design constrained by budgets and conservative ideas on what makes a school. But then again what is most important about the …
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MVRDV Creates Architecture With a Capital A in Villa Barcode
5 years ago

MVRDV Creates Architecture With a Capital A in Villa Barcode

By  •  Architecture

There is architecture, and then there is Architecture. When budgets become silly-big the results are almost always grandiose but not necessarily notable design. But when MVRDV is …
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Easter Sculpture Museums Connects Past, Present and Future
5 years ago

Easter Sculpture Museums Connects Past, Present and Future

By  •  Architecture

Even with the immeasurable access to knowledge that the Internet has given us, museums still provide a vital role in our lives. Anyone who has seen an …
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Maidstone Museum’s New East Wing is Golden
5 years ago

Maidstone Museum’s New East Wing is Golden

By  •  Architecture

Architects often face a conundrum, of mixing the old with the new, when asked to add extensions to old buildings. The United Kingdom is notorious for insisting …
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Storage House Keeps Everything Spic and Span
5 years ago

Storage House Keeps Everything Spic and Span

By  •  Architecture

Stuff. For many of us it is the source of much joy and at the same time weighs us down. Japanese practice Ryuji Fujimura Architects has come …
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Wildcat Ridge Residence by Voorsanger Architects Takes in the Views
5 years ago

Wildcat Ridge Residence by Voorsanger Architects Takes in the Views

By  •  Architecture

Aspen. The name itself inspires visions of a snowy wonderland and majestic vistas. With all its beauty, it is no surprise that Aspen has become the preferred …
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Rooms with Views in Maruyama House by Atelier Sano
5 years ago

Rooms with Views in Maruyama House by Atelier Sano

By  •  Architecture

Japanese architects are masters when it comes to making small spaces do a lot. And when given the luxury of a little more space, instead of just …
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Klein Bottle House Manifests Mathematics – by McBride Charles Ryan
5 years ago

Klein Bottle House Manifests Mathematics – by McBride Charles Ryan

By  •  Architecture

Mathematics has always gone hand in hand with design. It inspires innovation and helps find solutions to problems. With advances in construction technology and computer modeling programs, …
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Petit Bain, the Little Barge with Big Ideas
5 years ago

Petit Bain, the Little Barge with Big Ideas

By  •  Architecture

While there is the Eiffel Tower and the Champs-Élysées, the most romantic Parisian landmark is undoubtedly the Seine. The river gives life to the City of Lights …
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