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50 Stunning Modern Home Exterior Designs That Have Awesome Facades

Follow Us... Design blogs are filled with countless ideas for interiors. What about ideas for your exterior? How are you planning to envelop your home? Smart Bricks: Life-Size LEGO-Style Blocks for Human Habitats. Archipad: A Sketching App For Architects & Designers. Archisketch, formerly Archipad, is a new iPad sketching app by Urban Design that’s ideal for architects, interior and product designers.

Archipad: A Sketching App For Architects & Designers

While there are many sketching apps on the market, what makes Archisketch unique is that it’s scale aware. Once you set the scale of your drawing sheet, the drawings will be completely scaled to the real world, even down to the line thickness. See what’s new in the latest version: In addition, Archisketch has many other features that cater to architects and designers, including layer rotations, shape and freehand drawing tools and more.

SOLAR EGG: A Public Sauna for Locals to Meet. The town of Kiruna in Sweden’s Lapland is set to begin an urban transformation project with the help of developers Riksbyggen.

SOLAR EGG: A Public Sauna for Locals to Meet

To celebrate the occasion, artists Mats Bigert and Lars Bergström, of Bigert & Bergström, were commissioned to create a social structure where townspeople and visitors could meet and discuss the upcoming changes for the area. Their design? A faceted golden sauna known as SOLAR EGG. La première maison imprimée en 3D, en 24h et pour moins de 11.000$ 24 Ways To Add Some Geometry To Your Home Decor. The Top 10 IKEA hacks of 2016. It took some time but it’s here, my list of the top 10 IKEA hacks of 2016.

The Top 10 IKEA hacks of 2016

I think there’s something for everyone on the list. Three hacks for parents with young kids, one for the guy or girl who works from home, two tool storage hacks for the tinkerer, even a swanky bag for the outdoorsy person. Unlike previous years, I’ll not be running the polls to vote for the hack of the year. It turned out pretty bad last year with vote rigging and nasty comments going back and forth. I think we can all dispense with that. Hand Folded Wooden Objects for the Home.

Lignum Fold is a new collection from the London-based Another Studio, which features hand folded objects with faceted exteriors.

Hand Folded Wooden Objects for the Home

The household objects are made from wood that’s been scored, folded, and formed into a geometric shape, much how origami is done. The Medium Dish for the desktop is formed by intricate folding patterns that require four different processes spread out over several days to achieve the finished product. The Small Bowl is made using the same process as the above and works great for jewelry or small miscellaneous bits. Tea Cafe with Filipino Roots & a Fresh, Bold Twist. Renée Sebastian, one of the first Filipino certified tea masters, launched premium tea brand Da.U.De, which offers fine, custom teas at affordable prices with hopes of encouraging more tea drinkers in the area.

Tea Cafe with Filipino Roots & a Fresh, Bold Twist

The brand recently opened a storefront, called Sweetea’s, in a Manila shopping mall with the help of architect Íris Cantante who brought Sebastian’s vision to light. The concept was to create a design not only for the space, but for the Sweetea’s brand. Sebastian’s love of rice plantations in the Mountain Province, where she hopes to plant her own premium teas in the future, sparked the inspiration for the design. Building on her Filipino heritage, they added fresh, bold elements to complete the colorful design.

LEGO-Like Architecture: $5,000 Homes from Recycled Plastic Blocks. A Columbian company is tackling plastic waste issues and affordable housing with a single ingenious solution: interlocking LEGO-like bricks that can be used to build houses for a few thousand dollars per structure.

LEGO-Like Architecture: $5,000 Homes from Recycled Plastic Blocks

Walls are formed using a slim slotted brick then framed using a thicker module used for beams and columns, locking the smaller units into place and providing rigid vertical and lateral support. Conceptos Plásticos is addressing their technology to rising populations of urban poor, families with the time but not financial means or materials to construct their own dwellings. The company works with locals to source plastic and create all kinds of spaces, including emergency shelters, community and educational buildings. The upcycled plastic blocks are easy to use and require no construction experience. Invisible Solar: Panels Camouflaged as Wood, Clay, Stone & Concrete. Overcoming the awkward aesthetic factor typically faced by home solar technology, these disguised panels look like ordinary building materials you would expect to spot along the sides, steps or roof of a house.

Invisible Solar: Panels Camouflaged as Wood, Clay, Stone & Concrete

Dyaqua, an Italian company, has developed their Invisible Solar series to look like concrete bricks, slate shingles and wooden boards, allowing them to blend into ordinary built environments. A thin top layer mimics desired materials while allowing the sun’s rays through to the photovoltaic cells beneath. From the company: “The Invisible Solar modules are composed of a non-toxic and recyclable polymeric compound, within which are incorporated the monocrystalline silicon cells. A special surface, opaque at the sight and transparent to the sun rays, covers the cells by hiding them without prevent their operation.” Vibrant façades + eclectic ornamentation tell the story of paris through its storefronts.

Oct 11, 2016 vibrant façades + eclectic ornamentation tell the story of paris through its storefronts while many tourists become bewitched by the elegance of the eiffel tower or the popular louvre pyramid, the beauty of paris surpasses its landmark museums and magnificent monuments. throughout the city, young designers, craftsmen, foodies, music addicts, barbers, dry cleaners and restauranteurs open their doors to the public, proudly presenting their business to locals and foreigners alike. these workshops, laboratories, boulangeries and boutiques each display a unique ‘savoir faire’ that adds a creative and surprising spark to everyday life. luc fracheboud and his father patrick at the front door of their historic restaurant alexandre boyer, surrounded by pictures and posters from the history of cinema.

vibrant façades + eclectic ornamentation tell the story of paris through its storefronts

3 Open Layout Apartments That Use Clever Space-Saving Techniques. Like Architecture & Interior Design?

3 Open Layout Apartments That Use Clever Space-Saving Techniques

Follow Us... Are you looking for ways to make your open layout apartment feel a little more open and spacious? Ingenious Geometric House with Solar Panels in Norway.