Ronó Ice-Cream Shop by Hiroyuki Miyake

Japanese designer Hiroyuki Miyake has created this unusual interior for an ice-cream shop. The whole interior is deliberately characterless, with no color, texture or reflections, so there is nothing between the customers and the happy color in the ice-cream tubs. Via Frame Read more [...]
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Arribeños 3182 by Adamo-Faiden

Adamo-Faiden have just completed their latest project Arribeños 3182 in Nuñez, Buenos Aires. The project is composed by three different kinds of habitable cells organized in two blocks, linked by a void that establishes the connection with the street. I just love the clean and luminous interiors with a bit of loft style. Via dezeen Read more [...]
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House in Romeirão by ARX

The house, designed by ARX, has a strong rural character, with small plantations, orchards and pathways limited by roughly stone walls. Located in Romeirão, Portugal, the house is facing south over the valley, furrowed by a small river and a mountain in the background. A long volume bent over itself and over the water tank and the tree, creates an exterior space with intimacy and peace. The edges of this tubular form bifurcate in different ways with the exterior. Via Read more [...]
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Sakura Cafe by Klein Dytham Architecture

Klein Dytham Architecture designed this beautiful outdoor furniture for a cherry blossom party to celebrate the 1st Anniversary of the opening of Tokyo Mid-Town, a major mixed use development in Tokyo. The solution was to create large cherry blossom seats and tables of polystyrene coated with a urethane surface which spreads the pressure. Via dezeen Read more [...]
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Koolhaas HouseLife

Koolhaas HouseLife is a film of one of the masterpieces of contemporary architecture of recent years: the Maison Bordeaux designed by Rem Koolhaas. Unlike most movies about architecture, this documentary focuses less on explaining the building, its structure and its virtuosity than on letting the viewer enter into the invisible bubble of the daily chores of Guadalupe Acedo, the home´s caretaker and housekeeper, and the other people who look after the building. See the documentary trailer: Read more [...]
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The Red Ribbon Project

The Tanghe River Park, located in Qinhuangdao, China, features a new installation of red steel that stretches for 500 meters along the riverbank. The Red Ribbon project integrates a boardwalk, lighting, seating, environmental interpretation, and environmental orientation. It is made of fiber steel, and lit from inside so that it glows red at night. Four pavilions in the shape of clouds are distributed along the ribbon, which provide protection from the weather, meeting opportunities, and Read more [...]
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