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Architecture Fieldwork Design & Architecture have collaborated with the Nike Workplace Brand Design group to design some feature walls for the NIKE expansion buildings. The wall is constructed of salvaged maple gym flooring, and creates a branded, meaningful statement of arrival at the office in Beaverton, Oregon. Continue Reading » designed interiors♚ whisperingchocolate said: Hi, my name is Aina and I have an interview this Saturday to get into University to study my diploma in interior designing. I was just wondering if you have any tips or advice? Love your blog btw. Make sure you’re as outgoing as possible! Smile. Bring a portfolio if it’s required.

since 1999 home of design culture, leading independent publication for design, architecture, art, photography and graphics mar 31, 2016 #architecture last year, hadid spoke with designboom about her upbringing, influences, and creative vision. see her » following a complete re-structuring, the symbolic towers have been re-connected and rehabilitated to the » the acclaimed iraqi-born architect died of a heart attack in a miami hospital, where she was being treated »

Search #d9e8c3 #ced181 #7c8f50 Fran's works, tutorials and industry news I did the cloth simulations in Marvelous Designer 2, the rest of the modeling in 3ds Max, and the textures and lighting with Arion for Max. Hi everyone. Here is my latest pet project: This was rendered using Arion for 3ds Max. I modeled everything in Max and used a photograph for inspiration. Thanks for watching! Connemara / Peter Legge Associates Architects: Peter Legge Associates Location: Connemara National Park, Ireland Design Team: Peter Legge, Cornelia Legge, Carolina Sardinha, Lisa McSharry Project Year: 2010 Photographs: Sean Breithaupt + Yvette Monohan Project Area: 150.0 sqm Contractor: Mitchell Construction Site Connemara. A typical long narrow seashore to road plot; undulating rock strewn stone walled irregular enclosures, enjoying a Southerly aspect seaward with fine vistas all around; the Twelve Pins mountain range dominating the skyline northward.

Modern House Designs Concrete Home Surrounded by Vineyard features Shades of Brown The Magliocco House is located in Chamoson, Valais, Switzerland and was designed by Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes to take advantage of the vineyard, valley and mountain views. Set on a picturesque slope the materials and design aesthetic chosen where carefully...... See All Images... 10 Apr 2014 | Concrete Homes Tiered U Shaped Slope Home features Exposed Steel Elements A Blog by A Lab on Fire via Marco Casagrande | Photo © AdDa Zei / Casagrande Laboratory Here is another fascinating project by Marco Casagrande and his team – “an architectural organism growing from the ruins of an abandoned farm-house in the jungle.” Photos » Drawings » Text » Model » (Don’t miss to checkout the models of this project at the link above!)

Lux Aeterna - Introduction The idea of this movie came to my mind just after Nature by Numbers was finished, although it was a much more ambitious project on these days, with more scenes and greater overall complexity. I realized that it would take forever to create that project… and decided to postpone it. But in the end, when Inspirations was finished, I recovered that idea, easing here and there, and trying to keep its essence: a look into the light from several points of view. On one side it's a powerful radiation emitted by the most distant stars in the universe, and also by our Sun; light floods everywhere in nature, from the largest things to the smallest, creating interesting and beautiful effects; humans always used light as a symbolic and spiritual element; and it's too an intriguing physical phenomenon deeply studied by science. So here is the result, together with the beautiful theme “The Gift” composed by the Icelandic musician Jóhann Jóhannsson. Hope you enjoy it.

Empowering Architecture: architects, buildings, interior design, materials, jobs, competitions, design schools TV Screen Cantilevers That Dominated the Mid-Oughts Some people say that it takes 20 years for something to become vintage, or for a cultural phenomenon to evolve into irony. Take, for instance, the impending resurgence of JNCO jeans, the preferred denim of '90s raver kids.

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