Rooftop Apartment in Berlin

In Berlin-Charlottenburg, situated near the river Spree, Iris Steinbeck Architekten realized a new interior for the rooftop apartment as private residence, for a businesswoman internationally active in the field of lifestyle and sustainable development. Modern design together with collectors’ pieces and design classics provide the space with an individual touch. The long, white, backlit sideboards create a light and comfortable atmosphere. Self-designed furniture and objects in different shades Read more […]
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DIFFA Dining by Design

Four NYSID students, Isis Delomez, Brooke Lichtenstein, Whitney Vlasaty and Yiannos Vrousgos, created a dining environment for the Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS’ Dining by Design. The “cradle to cradle” concept focuses on sustainability and modern aesthetics by redefining the conventional box of a typical booth through an explosion of salvaged materials. In light of ecological problems facing modern society, the materials include recycled lumber, low VOC paint, bamboo flatware, Read more […]
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House in Midorigaoka

Camp Design Inc. renovated this one unit apartment house located in Japan. The house in a big one room was built while making the space in an existing building frame. There are two spaces where the outside has invaded the building frame that are called a room terrace in the space. Additionally, the element that supports life such as the bathroom like the hut is arranged in the space, storage, equipment, and the building furniture. It is done that “Space” that is the born between the Read more […]
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Weekend Links April 02

Cartoon by arch.Maaik Interview with Nacho Polo. Building Art in Athens, Greece. Design profile: Matt Gagnon. Living and Working in the Same Space. Fourth movie of the Ron Arad: Restless exhibition. Video interview to Karim Rashid. Textbook design for a Solar and Passive-Solar House. Interview to the curator who transforms the Hotel Biba Into an Art Installation. Design dilemma: Bringing a Little Texture Home. SANAA win the 2010 Pritzker Prize. Key Projects Read more […]
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