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A selection of graphic projects

A selection of graphic projects

V Houses at Verana | Been-Seen There are many ways to build employee quarters, temporary housing for those who decide to come work for a season at Verana. This summer we decided to build some additional housing and the images here show you what we came up with. V-houses at V-erana. The idea to build those ‘outlooks’ came from Jo Scheer who had build his ‘hoochs’ in Puerto Rico and Oregon. With 16’ off the ground they also created an instant spectacular view where there normally wouldn’t be one. For privacy reasons we spaced all ‘rooms’ about 18’ apart. And, once we had figured out how to build the first one, all others were just a repetition. The houses are self contained. Go here if you are interested in some construction images or send us an email if you would like more details about the project. We have been so encouraged by the outcome that we are now thinking of building a few more. 2008 Jan 31 6 responses. share this Back to articles

Inner Child: Colorful Home has Trap Doors & Secret Slides If kids could design and build whole homes, what would they look like? This so-called Rainbow House is filled with secret doors, slides that bridge between floors and multi-colored spiral staircases to wind you back up. Chutes and ladders, anyone? Dubbed a “magical oasis’ by its creators (AB Rogers and DA Studio, the busy and noisy road next to the building is matched by equally rambunctious and interactive interior decor. Stepping in off the street is a lot like walking into a fantasy looking glass or wardrobe portal. An over-sized sofa on the main floor ? Amidst the gleeful madness, though, there is much reason alongside rhyme – minimalist fixtures and functional cooking spaces are animated by their surroundings, but remain modern and somehow adult despite their setting.

Danerka With more than 30 years of experience in the furniture industry, we are proud to be a leading supplier of environmentally sustainable furniture – designed in Denmark, produced in Denmark. The 360 House in Madrid by Subarquitectura Loopy Home This stunning architectural piece called the 360 House in Madrid, Spain eschews standard conformity by looping in on itself. The roof is at once protective and accessible as a walkway. Designer: Subarquitectura 20 Bizarre Hotels by Luggage Online Are you tired of staying at the same popular hotel and motel chains and resorts everywhere you go? Would you like to experience accommodations that are just as much of an adventure as your trip itself? If so, you’ll be happy to know that there are hotels around the world that are anything but ordinary! 1. JUKKASJÄRVI, SWEEDEN If cold weather is what you like, then you’ll love bundling up and enjoying a stay at the ICeHOTEL in Sweden. 2. KERELA, INDIA If you longed for a tree house getaway as a child, the Green Magic Nature Resort in Kerela, India may be your long awaited dream come true. 3. If the term “theme hotel” brings to your mind images of champagne-shaped hot tubs and vibrating beds, one visit to the Kunsthotel in Berlin will surely alter your perspective. 4. LINTZ, AUSTRIA 5. CHEONG MON BEACH, THAILAND 6.

Ezzo Design - Totul despre Design de Interior Lofted Forest Home: Organic Curves & Natural Materials Good things come to those who wait – particularly in a work of uniquely detailed and highly curved architecture. Nearly a decade in the making, this structure by Robert Harvey Oshatz is much like a tree house – lofted toward the top of the canopy around it – only bigger, grander, more complex and curved than most any tree house in the world. The perimeter of the structure is pushed out into the forest around it, curving in and out to create views as well as a sense of intimacy with the coniferous and deciduous tree cover. The wood and metal detailing is incredible in its variety and customization – each piece designed to fit a particular form and function. Wood and stone carry naturalistic themes from the outside in and even the metal looks naturally rusted. The curved, organic mix of materials continues to the interior of this elevated forest home – a conceptual play on the fluidity and complexity of music (the source of inspiration for the architect and client in the design).

some people are just born with it « style/SWOON this house was love at first foot in the door… Jamie Laubhan-Oliver and her husband Larry Oliver are two of the most talented people I’ve ever known. Jamie is an art director for DHome/DWeddings and Larry is a senior designer for Neiman Marcus. They are both art directors and spend much of their days orchestrating amazing photoshoots. Each detail of their home is so interesting: from the alligator skull, to the collection of keys from Jamie’s father mixed with the heap of wine corks, and an armless baby doll. Don’t get me wrong…these two have got their fair share of Jonathan Adler and other notable fancies by their ability to mix it all up so well is a gift. I have to tell you that one of the other endearing qualities about this couple is their peculiar side. Last cool tidbit, the ceramic phonograph in the middle photo hooks up to your earbuds from your iPod. This is my kind of interior — a collection of details and pieces you love. Thank you Jamie and Larry!!

eliinbar From Eliinbar’s Sketch book 2012 – The mutual inspirational relations between west and east My inspiration for this post are Simona Rota’s photographs, published in WALLPAPER on “Soviet Modernism”. Unknown Stories”!! Thank you Simona…. From Simona Rota’s introduction to her photographs published in WALLPAPER, I learned that the Soviet modern architecture of the second half of the 20th century has remained practically unknown to date. Come and join me to a short journey uncovering the mutual inspirational relations, between the “Soviet Modernism” architecture, built in the second half of the 20th century and western architecture, built in the last two decades, At this point, I do not understand how these mutual inspirational relations were created…. First , I will focus on the west getting inspired from the “Soviet Modernism”…. In my next post I will show how the “Soviet Modernism” is getting inspired from “Western Architecture” …. Ministry of Highways and Transportation, 1979, Tbilisi, Georgia

Estudio Arq. Jorge de Vita , Arquitectura & Valuaciones Bedroom Designs: Modern Interior Design Ideas & Photos Do you prefer plush padding a minimalist pillow, a decked-out design or toned-down interior? From dazzling abstract designs to humorously offbeat sleeping spaces here are seven brilliant bedroom designs to inspire your imagination. Who knows, with a few decorative adjusts you might be able to remodel your own bedrooms to similar effect. If you love soft illumination and hate to sacrifice privacy, this bedroom interior has a brilliant combination of strategies from uplighting around the bed itself to wall panels that block direct views and sunlight but let light in around them. If you are more of a minimalist, this simple bedroom space has a rhythmic modularity and combines soft white walls and ceiling with variegated wood furniture and furnishings for a pleasantly mixed aesthetic experience. At the opposite end of the spectrum, how would you like to have your bedroom be in the middle of your pool room?

ASGA Arquitectos Bilbao Motivation: How To Get It And Maintain It with 33 Tips This post is available in audio format. Being motivated is a wonderful state of your being. In that state your body leverages huge amounts of energy. 1. Learning to ignore is a fantastic lesson. 2. And avoid it. 3. Watch comedies, read comics. 4. Do you remember when you had the first major success of your life? 5. This is one the easiest and simplest way to summon motivation. 6. You can’t be motivated if you work in an environment which does not represent you. 7. Like in other people success stories. 8. You will get bored if you work on the same projects for too long. 9. If you work constantly you will make some progress, that’s a rule. 10. With your friends or family. 11. Naysayers, pessimists, braggers they all are sucking up your energy. 12. Most of the time that translates to actually write down your goals, you already have them clear in your mind. 13. Once you finished some task, reward yourself. 14. As part of the game. 15. 16. Impersonate people. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

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