Sky Garden House - Architecture Linked - Architect & Architectural... I think one of the reasons that many are skeptical about environmental design is because they think its terribly complex and costly.
It does take a bit more effort on the front end, but it's definitely not rocket science. This architecture by Guz Architects is a wonderfully developed minimalistic design with a curvilinear flare that really brings out the organic coverings. I'm most impressed with how design facilitates the needs of the plants and shrubs located throughout the house. See more at Guz Architects. A fish tank made out of old tv. The Coachella Main Stage by UVA.
HomeDSGN, a daily source for inspiration... - StumbleUpon. By Eric • Mar 23, 2011 • Selected Work The Tangga House is another Singapore’s dream home designed by Guz Architects.
Completed in 2009, the 7,663 square foot residence is located in Holland Village, an elite district of Singapore that is famous amongst the expatriate community. The luxury single-family home gives the owners the opportunity to live in harmony and comfort with nature, in Singapore’s hot tropical climate. Tangga House by Guz Architects: “The house is a contemporary interpretation of a traditional courtyard house, laid out around a central green courtyard with a double height stair and entry area forming the focal point of the project. The L-shaped plan creates open spaces which encourage natural ventilation and offer resident’s views over the courtyard to the veranda, roof gardens and beyond. The large roof above the courtyard creates an indoor and outdoor space leading to the gardens and swimming pool which wraps around two sides of the house.
Photos by: Patrick Bingham-Hall. I'm obsessed with&8230;THIS PIRATE BEDROOM! & blah blah... I’m obsessed with…THIS PIRATE BEDROOM!
<——– Take a minute and *like* my page on Facebook! Thanks! :) I think we can all agree this is the COOLEST. BEDROOM. The home features a huge hidden slide that runs the height of the home’s staircase, and plops you into the coolest pirate bedroom ever featuring a pirate ship that floats above the bedroom, and a jail. In other news…..
Here is the home’s mudroom. TA DAAAA!
Handmade colored pencil necklace. Designer Huiyi Tan creates these lovely handmade necklaces from upcycled colored pencils.
She makes the pencil and sterling silver necklaces in a variety of colors. The green and blue series is pictured above. Huiyi also makes matching earrings. (below) Before I Die & Candy Chang. What matters most to you Interactive public art project that invites people to share their personal aspirations in public.
After losing someone she loved and falling into depression, Chang created this experiment on an abandoned house in her neighborhood to create an anonymous place to help restore perspective and share intimately with her neighbors. The project gained global attention and thanks to passionate people around the world, over 1000 Before I Die walls have now been created in over 70 countries, including Kazakhstan, Iraq, Haiti, China, Ukraine, Portugal, Japan, Denmark, Argentina, and South Africa. The walls are an honest mess of the longing, pain, joy, insecurity, gratitude, fear, and wonder you find in every community, and they reimagine public spaces that nurture honesty, vulnerability, trust and understanding.
The Before I Die book is a celebration of these walls and the stories behind them. 2011, New Orleans, LA. Cordoba, Argentina. Najaf, Iraq. Brooklyn, NY.
15-render-FG.jpg from cgsociety.org. Inventions. TetraBox Light by Ed Chew & Yanko Design. Liquid to Light Designer Ed Chew takes a green step in the right direction with the TetraBox lamp, a light object made from discarded drink packets that would have otherwise ended up in landfills already packed to the brim.
The design is achieved by unfolding the packets and refolding them into hexagonal and pentagonal sections that are then pieced together to form a geodesic sphere or any other desired shape. Here, the Epcot-like ball makes an attractive overhead light and casts an impressive web of shadows and shapes on the surrounding space. Designer: Ed Chew.