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Remodelista: Sourcebook for Considered Living

Remodelista: Sourcebook for Considered Living

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Dream Homes In designing the project, NY-based architecture firm GRADE responded to two disparate conditions of the site: the expansive views of Chesapeake Bay and the mystic wooded area on which it resided. The objective was to reconcile the client’s need for a studio in which to design and create while not rendering the space hermetic and closed off to its surroundings. GRADE brought nature’s elements indoors, establishing a foundation of earthy textures including natural mahogany wood and a curved zinc rooftop, complemented by imported materials such as Italian marble. Through thoughtful design, the house became an apparatus for filtering the views of the water, with the curved roof allowing the scale of the beachside room to expand the closer one’s proximity to the bay. I just love the mirror mosaic – so glam…

Ruhlmann, Art Deco Museum, Quality Furniture Pollaro, French Furniture Ruhlmann, Furniture European Furniture European, Furniture, Chests, European Beds, Pollaro Furniture, French Antique Furniture, High-End Furnishings, Ruhlmann Designs, Art Deco Designs The furniture shown within this area of the site was obtained from various sources. Each piece was selected because of the high quality of the image. Please take notice of the fine details that set Ruhlmann apart from his peers of the time. First and perhaps most important is his attention to scale.

Pipe Lights by MESH Architectures Eric Liftin, principal of MESH Architectures handcrafts pipe lights in a variety of configurations including custom insalls. The fixtures are made from iron plumbing pipe and almost have the appearance of tree branches. The fixtures cast a low, soft light akin to candlelight, but unlike candles these lamps can be switched or dimmed with a simple touch. They are available for purchase through MESH Architectures’ Etsy shop. Modative Modative Interview by Business of Architecture Posted by Derek Leavitt on Tue, Apr 15, 2014 @ 08:05 AM Last year we had the pleasure of having Enoch Sears from the Business of Architecture visit our office and conduct an on-camera interview. We've always really appreciated Enoch's approach of focusing on the business side of architecture, something that has been a vital part of our practice. So, last week, Enoch published the interview on his website and we are very happy with the results. It's an open and honest depiction of the critical issues we've faced in the last few years, which include (taken from Business of Architecture's website):

art deco console & sofa tables Art Deco Period Banker's Table Bronze Banker's Lamp also available Circa 1930's, American Wonderful large, American Art Deco Banker's table, with bronze base, feet, fluted Bronze trim, paper slots and (black) painted steel legs. From 'back in the day' when banks were elegantly customized and outfitted by metal artisans. Re-purpose this wonderful table as a bar table, center island in a kitchen, raised work / project desk or center table. Design is the same on both sides, so you may 'float' this in a room.

Daily tonic ‘Jellies Family’ tableware by Patricia Urquiola for Kartell ‘Jellies Family’ is a line of plates, trays, glasses, bowls and carafes made of brilliant coloured and transparent PMMA designed by Patricia Urquiola, part of a designer series of tableware for Kartell known as Kartell in Tavola. (more…) Chez Carl Tapas & BBQ by Jean de Lessard, photo: © Adrien Williams Montreal-based Jean de Lessard has created a restaurant interior inspired by fractal theory, an interpretation of nature’s geometry and its irregularities, matched with vibrant colours and complemented with natural materials. LINE Architecture / weblog magazine antidote hovering between a book and a fashion magazine, its concept is simple: each issue tells the story of a fashion «object», portraying it through a comprehensive, diversified narrative a firm that combines art with architecture infusing both with aesthetic and meaning in a new and highly contemporary way greg lynn an innovator in redefining the medium of design with digital technology as well as pioneering the fabrication and manufacture of complex functional and ergonomic forms using CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) machinery highly theoretical multidisciplinary architectural design firm that has designed projects at a wide range of scales: from furniture design, to residential and commercial structures, up to the scale of landscape, urban design, and infrastructure

Architecture - Sweet Station Shingle House by Ramella Architects Concepts for the Shingle House are drawn from the American roofed houses, included the request for a large Bay-Window with roof Shingles. The sloping lines of the coverage, form a sloping wall that gives a movement in the facades, and the roof touch the ground. The pillars are extended and bent to the outside to form a set. Noteworthy are the colors gray to the roof type and predominantly white finishes like paint and flooring natural stones. The classic model of Bay-Window requested by the owners, was stylized to create effects internally and followed the coverage. Skills And Techniques Email Sign up | Subscribe | Renew Login | Create an Account | Member Home JOIN TODAY! Become an ONLINE MEMBER and get exclusive access to articles, videos, plans, and more Shop the Store

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