House Sz

Miyahara Architect Office project the house to provide living environment with a rich atmosphere that is open, inwards and out, through the implementation of two different courtyards. Here is the project description: With four walls set at necessary intervals, the residence is divided into three major zones – private, public, and “plus alpha” zones –and each of these zones is segmented into individual spaces and functions using two courtyards and glass walls. The private zone Read more [...]
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Weekend Links April 17

Interior Design Typography Questions & Answers with Patrick Reymond. Ultimate Table for home and office. Richard Schulman exclusive interview. Design dilemma: Glossy or Matte Hardwood Floors? Kartell’s Noir Exhibition of classic and new chairs. An airy Underground Home. Flash Factory in the Zona Tortona. A visit to the Bouroullec Studio in Paris. Salone Satellite 2010. Read more [...]
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Future Forum Berlin 2010

Design Hotels™ is hosting the Future Forum 2010, their annual design and architecture symposium, from 10 to 11 June of 2010 in Berlin. The Future Forum 2010 will focus on “Hybrid Thinking” in the context of hospitality. Hybrid thinking requires much more than a multidisciplinary team, it requires a team of multidisciplinary people. Hybrid thinkers blend different skills and fields of thought to develop innovative concepts. Their ideas have the ability to shape entire industries from automotive Read more [...]
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Studio and Housing in Kojetín

Kamil Mrva Architect projected a studio and housing in Kojetín, Czech Republic, in an exceptional place. Here is the project description: The plot is located on a hill with a view of the surrounding landscape. The owner’s intention was to reconstruct a former barn into a place for work and living in the first phase, and build a new family house in the vicinity in the future. The original sandstone walls and pillars from 1862 have been preserved. A reinforcing concrete ring was designed Read more [...]
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ENTRANCE Shop

SquareONE projected the interior for a shop in Bucharest named ENTRANCE. Here is the project description: The concept began by trying to transform a space of 200 sqm in an allegory. Imaginary animals that abide in a sureal forest, a refuge, a route. Thus it might sound pretenciuos, technical and formal achievement must remain simple, unsophisticated, a honest aproach to the conceptual design, not suported by pretentiose materials or sophisticated systems. I tryed to use as little graphics Read more [...]
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House in Sotogrande

The A-cero architecture studio, managed by Mr. Torres, projected a single-family holiday-house situated in a tourist town of the Mediterranean coast. Here is the project description: A-cero has chosen the white colour as the main element in the house’s decoration in order to provide clarity and luminosity to the interior areas. Furthermore, white colour has been chosen because it creates a relaxation atmosphere according to the playful intentions of the owners. In the exterior areas you Read more [...]
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Weekend Links April 10

Mr Big Washbasin Hope Floats in New Orleans. Herman Miller launches New Eames Chairs. OMA Wins Competition for major museum expansion in Quebec. A look at Zoë Mowat. Friday five with Tanya Aguiñiga. One day around Zaha Hadid’s Tower video. Interview with Bao-Nghi Droste. 15 awesome Secret Indoor Gardens. The ultimate Hi-Tech and Interactive Mirrors. 2 or 3 questions for Federico Churba. Movie of the UK Pavilion at Shanghai Expo 2010. Read more [...]
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The Met Hotel

Zege Architects projected this contemporary hotel of 212 guestrooms in Greece accompanied by accommodations such as Spa, VIP lounge, conference rooms, gourmet restaurants and atmospheric bars. The lobby/reception area is a generously open plan inviting you to walk through the space and explore the mod living in front of the dynamic fire place or the lounging comfort of the alternative living ambiences. One of the restaurants, Chan, designed by Andy Martin, is treated like a “boutiesque” Read more [...]
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