Blog et sites sur l'architecture
Get flash to fully experience Pearltrees
LooksLikeGoodDesign Starbucks Interior by Kengo Kuma Impressive Starbucks Interior by Kengo Kuma, a Studio from Japan. More inside this post Monday, March 18, 2013 146 click to vote
Welcome to YouTube! The location filter shows you popular videos from the selected country or region on lists like Most Viewed and in search results.To change your location filter, please use the links in the footer at the bottom of the page. Click "OK" to accept this setting, or click "Cancel" to set your location filter to "Worldwide". The location filter shows you popular videos from the selected country or region on lists like Most Viewed and in search results. To change your country filter, please use the links in the footer at the bottom of the page. Uploaded videos
About Styleture was created by a small group of people with backgrounds in everything from architecture, interior design, plumbing, high-end luxury goods and fashion. Our purpose is to provide our visitors with the most current, interesting articles and pictures of today’s most stylish products, places and people. We are happy to have you as a visitor, and appreciate and welcome any comments, design submissions, and constructive criticism and hope that you come back often and sign up for our online newsletter so you are up-to-date with our events and happenings. Sincerely,
by Frank Cunha III It seems like when you finally get it right in Architecture, Art, Music, Fashion, etc, you become a “sellout.” So what is Right?
Features April 03, 2013 / Rokkō Shidare Observatory Sambuichi Architects Kobe, Japan The Rokkō Shidare Observatory in Kobe, Japan, is an unusual observatory. It is perched on the top of Mount Rokkō almost a thousand yards above sea level, but here, rather than to observe the surrounding landscape, visitors are meant to witness nature and its shifting states.
Over the past seven years, at our creative agency, Access , we have worked with a number of residential and commercial property developers from Abu Dhabi to Sydney, helping them with development and strategy. Yet we see so often the sad sight of yet another mediocre building going up.
March 26, 2013 Barristro BR5-1000 by SiteScapes SiteScape’s Barristro Cafe/Patio Seating smacks of Frank Gehry meets Dr.
Modative Architecture's 2012 Year in Review Posted by Derek Leavitt on Wed, Dec 26, 2012 @ 08:35 AM Fortunately, 2012 has been a very busy year for us, which is why there's been little time for blog updates. So we thought we'd let you know about four important things that happened at Modative in 2012:
‘Element’ furniture collection by Tokujin Yoshioka Tokujin Yoshioka’s ‘Element’, a furniture collection with a sculptural form inspired by the natural, random structure of crystal, will be shown by Italian brand Desalto, known for its innovative metalworking techniques, at Salone del Mobile 2013 in Milan next month. (more…)
Progrés-Raval Health Center The ‘Progrés Raval’ Health Centre was built in a degraded environment in Badalona on the site of an old glass factory and with the aim, as well as providing health coverage, of enlivening the commercial and social activity of the district. The building was integrated into a new square, opening up a public space that did not exist before. The façade is protected by a ceramic screen providing the building with thermal insulation in order to make it more energy efficient.
Originally built by Philip Johnson in 1953 (Wiley House), acclaimed architects Roger Ferris + Partners LLC recently redesigned this modern home by integrating a new private art gallery, pool house and garage into the estate’s rural landscape of lush trees. The resulting contemporary structures were diligently planned to not only respectfully complement, but dramatically highlight, the existing mid-century glass home which was also renovated in the process. A striking component of this property is the restored 19th century barn which now houses the new art gallery resplendent with stark white walls and expert lighting to spotlight the modern works.