Young Architects Competitions.
Un serviciu de restaurare uși din lemn despre care aș fi vrut să știu mai demult - Revista din lemn. The Subterranean Housing and Studio Proposal Wins RIBA Competition. The Subterranean Housing and Studio Proposal Wins RIBA Competition. Free form structures for wood projects from Blumer Lehmann. Complex structures and buildings are not only possible, we make them real.
Our Free forms department develops, engineers, manufactures and installs fascinating supporting and enveloping wood structures in stunning projects all over the world. Cellular supporting structures and the uniqueness of each component make free form structures exceptional. Dedicated planning and project management Blumer-Lehmann AG is a well-known expert, thanks to our qualified employees, our flexible design tools and our own CNC production which allow us to deliver highest quality on time and budget.
Our specialists attend you through all stages of the project: from technical development to construction, service and maintenance. We even make the most eccentric visions come to life. KOVR - Wall & Ceiling system with integrated architectural lighting. The Backyard Of This California Home Was Turned Into A Cascading Garden. Photography by Joe Fletcher The owners of this home in Berkeley, California, turned to Mary Barensfeld Architecture when they decided to landscape their narrow but long backyard.
The backyard is only 23’ wide and 50′ deep, however, the backyard has a 17′ elevation change, making some creative thought a necessity. The owners wanted a space for outdoor seating and an entertaining area, that would be close to the house, as well as an accessible seating area at the top of the garden. Taking inspiration from Japanese design, the garden aims to use light and shadow, water reflection, material weathering and material texture as design elements.
The architect mentions, “the concept of an angular walk through a Japanese maple sculpture park arose in response to the need to navigate the site elevation, and do so with intention and visual interest.” Aurora – Calico Wallpaper. De Schuyter Medical Practice by Joshua Florquin Architects, Maldegem – Belgium. Noptiera din MDF si lemn Thais Colours. Aveti posibilitatea sa returnati produsele cumparate de pe www.somproduct.ro in termen de 14 zile calendaristice de la primirea lor, fara a fi nevoit sa justifice decizia de returnare si fara a suporta alte costuri decat costurile directe de returnare a produselor, conform Ordonentei Nr. 34/2014 privind drepturile consumatorilor in cadrul contractelor incheiate cu profesionistii.
Unele dintre produse beneficiaza de un termen de returnare mai mare oferit de Somproduct, termen care se afla pe pagina de prezentare a produsului.Pe www.somproduct.ro , costurile directe de returnare sunt 59 lei, iar regulile de returnare sunt valabile atat pentru persoanele fizice cat si pentru persoanele juridice care au achizitionat produse de pe site.Asadar, dumneavoastra, consumatorul, aveti dreptul de a denunta unilateral contractul la distanta, in termen de 14 zile calendaristice, fara penalitati si fara invocarea vreunui motiv, conform Ordonantei de Urgenta Nr.34/2014. O casa la tara. Taylor Cullity Lethlean · Australian Garden. The Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne has created a major new botanic garden on a 25-hectare site at Cranbourne on the south-eastern outskirts of Melbourne.
The garden addresses contemporary environmental and cultural issues to bring a new type of garden experience to visitors. The garden seeks to create an environment in which specific qualities of flora are highlighted in a manner that will inspire visitors to further explore Australian plants. A common theme through the garden design is the exploration and expression of the evolving relationship between the Australian people and our landscape and flora.
Water is the mediating element between these natural and human derived gardens. 43 Enchanting Forest Wall Murals for Deep and Dreamy Home Decor. The Psychology of Color [Infographic]
Recyclebank. Get closer to nature by living in an underground home built from sustainable materials I’ve always wanted to live in an underground dwelling because it’s the closest I’ll ever get to living like a Hobbit, and it seems like the perfect place to go in case zombies attack.
Most importantly, underground homes are very eco-friendly and are built directly into the earth, which means they take up less construction material and produce less waste. Plus, they just look cool! Here are 4 underground homes that get my “thumbs up” for being truly green and innovative: 1. This earthen home designed by KWK Promes has a grass roof that absorbs water and helps to regulate temperature inside the home. 2. Designed by Dutch architecture firm SeaRCH and Christian Müller Architects, this beautiful underground home located in a Swiss village has rooms that wrap around an interior courtyard, and they all get flooded with natural light.
Architecture. Editors’ Choice 2018 Skyscraper Competition Haotong Sun, Zonghao Wu, Fengwei Jia China The melting of arctic ice A reduction in Arctic summer ice cover has become more intense in recent years, culminating in a record low of 3.4 million square kilometres in 2012 – 18 per cent below the previous recorded minimum in 2007 and 50 per cent below the average in the 1980s and 1990s.
Land ice is also retreating and permafrost is melting. The retreating ice brings easier access to natural resources such as gas and oil, thus prompting increased human activity that may threaten the already fragile ecosystems and wildlife, the UN Environment Programme’s report says. The reason of melting 1.The reasons for the Arctic warming twice as fast as the rest of the globe are manifold. 2.White ice and snow acts as a mirror, reflecting 85 per cent of solar radiation; however, ice-free areas of the ocean reflect only 10 per cent and the bare tundra only 20 per cent.