Juvet Landscape Hotel by Jensen & Skodviin Arkitektkontor

The Juvet Landscape Hotel, designed by Jensen & Skodviin Arkitektkontor, is located in Burtigard, Norway. Each room of the hotel is a detached small independent house with one, or sometimes two of the walls constructed in glass. The landscape in which these rooms are placed is by most people considered spectacularly beautiful and varied and the topography allows a layout where no room looks at another. In this way every room gets its own surprising view of a dramatic piece of landscape, Read more […]
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The Modern Pantry by Jump Studios

Jump Studio have recently completed the interior of The Modern Pantry, restaurant and shop/pantry located in two elegant Georgian properties in London, UK. The style is contemporary with a homely, almost folksy, vibe, designed to complement the chef’s culinary mission: “to please the palate by using traditional and modern ingredients in new and exciting ways”. Situated on the ground floor, the glass-fronted caf/restaurant is the most casual dining space. Smaller tables have lathe-turned Read more […]
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S House by moomoo

moomoo projected this unusual house located in Wilga, Poland. Desiged for a photographer, the house features a dynamic skin, a curtain that covers the long side of the elevation. The textile elevation reacts for any tiny wind move, creating an unusual space for resting, relaxing and finding inspiration. Via Arch Daily Read more […]
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Mot & Chandon Marquee by PTW Architects

PTW Architects designed the Mot & Chandon marquee for the Melbourne Cup Carnival in 2005. Using the latest digital technologies from concept to realization of the design, they created a sparkling and surreal atmosphere in the name of the “bubble-ism”. Through the use of daylight and a tensioned Lycra material that is digitally patterned and custom-tailored for the space that the press described as an “avant-garde environment not of this earth”. Via Contemporist Read more […]
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Aesop Shop in Sydney by March Studio

Aesop’s complete range of skin, hair and body products is now available in the Stand Arcade with a new signature store created by March Studio. The store is a distinctly contemporary addition to the arcade, a vision of alabaster, cooling green hues and amber glass. The clean-lined space offers a visual break from the otherwise busy arcade, showcasing Aesop’s preference for spare lines and a clean aesthetic. Via yatzer Read more […]
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W-Window House by Alphaville

Alphaville designed this small house on a small site surrounded by heterogeneous buildings in Tokyo. Two triangular yards at north-east and south-west boundary point-symmetrically, making face all the windows onto these yards, and allowing the interior space to have two long vertical openings which can be sensed from everywhere. Via materialicious Read more […]
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Xmas Giftlist 3

1. Scissor Paperknife made of scissors branch 2. City In A Bag Wooden blocks depict iconic symbols of New York. Other famous cities available such as Barcelona, Tokyo, Paris and London 3. Fuck The Rain Umbrella 4. Eames House Bird Figure of a black wooden bird 5. Emoticon Magnet Set 6. Bike Frame Bag Perfect for gloves, phone, sunglasses or even a sandwich 7. 6 Pack Wine Rack Made from wool felt, holds up to six standard wine bottles and collapses flat to store easily 8. Read more […]
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Architecture Fun

If you’re architecture students you’ve probably experienced: The taste of wood glue. Changes in your vocabulary: homework to project, ball to sphere, etc. You don’t understand how somebody can spend less than $20 at the supplies store. You hate people telling you “go to sleep” or “do you still have a lot of work?”. Your friends and you don’t have the same concept of work: “oh, well do it right before class”. You’ve slept more than 20 straight hours on weekends. You can Read more […]
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Weekend Links December 13

Indoor Shooting Field by Atelier Phileas. Absolute Zero Degrees amazing Live/Work Space. Sou Fujimoto Architects’ diagram called Garden of Relationship. Museum of Islamic Art by I.M. Pei. How they get The Fiberglass Chairs video. Beautiful floor made of Wine & Fruits Sheets. Nathan Thomas Interview. Palace Stone Collection by Versace. Rocking Chairs History at designboom. Paperlove at Design Miami. Last Arne Quinze installation is called The Sequence. Andrea Read more […]
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