Jai House by LOHA

The Jai House, designed by LOHA, is a study of the interaction between building and landscape. The primary level houses the main public spaces. The upper volume houses the master bedroom suite that frames the views of the Santa Monica Mountains beyond. The pool slices through the building and marks the open air entrance. Read more […]
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LightFader by TAL

LightFader is an interactive flooring manufactured by TAL. A pedestrian’s footprints remain visible for about a minute after crossing the interactive lightfloor. The weight of someone walking across the floor displaces some or most of the fluid, leaving light prints wherever the foot touches the surface. The LightFader interactive floor consists of a modular system of tiles. These tiles measures 1000 x 1000 x 75 mm, easily connected by a link cable, and are made of a strong and scratch-resistant Read more […]
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Wine & Spa Resort Loisium Hotel by Stephen Holl

Designed by Stephen Holl, this wine world center has a unique concept: a spa for wine lovers. Located in Langenlois, Austria, the Loisium plunges its guests into the world of wine at every level, including vinotherapy, a selection of treatments involving grape and wine products. The complex is composed of three parts: the existing vaults, which will be accesible to visitors, the wine center and the hotel with a fine restaurant, conference and meeting facilities, an Aveda spa and 82 guest rooms. Read more […]
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Daylight Lamp by BLOOM

The Daylight lamp, designed by Potgerdesign and distributed by BLOOM, has hidden qualities that are only revealed when turned 180 degrees. During daytime its design refers to a plant in a pot. Just like plants, it turns light into energy. In the evening when you turn it 180 degrees it becomes a lamp giving you back the collected daylight. Read more […]
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Box Studios by Deborah Berke & Partners

Box Studios is a photography studio specializing in digital retouching and production for fashion photographers, magazines and artists. Their new headquarters is a renovated, three story, 19th century building in New York. Deborah Berke & Partners kept the architecture that distinguishes the studio’s digital technologies with reminders of previous occupants, coordinating the low-tech production spaces with high-tech needs. The building has been organized according to the lighting requirements Read more […]
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Loft in Antwerpen by Crepain Binst Architecture

Crepain Binst Architecture created in Antwerpen this loft made of an aluminium skin that contrast with the building. Inside we find concrete walls and wooden floors which creates an intimate atmosphere. The large windows offers a great view on the city cathedral. Read more […]
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