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Modern Small Apartment With Delightul Details

Modern Small Apartment With Delightul Details
Advertisement Looking planning solutions for tight spaces? Development of a small apartment with a modest surface is always a challenge for anyone. The experience and professionalism of designers, but also the original concept, creativity and imagination put their stamp on the work done over time. Economy, functionality and privacy describe perfectly this project. Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture (JPDA) find a great solution to transform a sixth floor small home office studio from East Village neighbourhood in New York into an area both functional and aesthetically attractive. It displays interesting features that range from the floor plan and sculpted-wooden volume that contrasts very well with beautiful minimalist furniture. Design Team: Jordan Parnass, Darrick Borowski, Danny Orenstein, Sean KarnsPhotography: Frank Oudeman, Sean Karns

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The World’s 10 Coolest Car Parks The World's 10 Coolest Car Parks Parking garages generally have a bad reputation - particularly now that cars are seen as such an environmentally unfriendly way to travel, not to mention the fact that they are often unattractive utilitarian structures. To counteract this common perception, the website Stress Free Airport Parking has launched an award for the World's Coolest Car Park.

Bunk Rooms Whether you have a large family or a busy summer house, a bunk room is an ideal solution for accommodating lots of guests. Here are some of our favorites. This nautical-inspired bunk room in a Hamptons home by Steven Gambrel features lots of room for storage with built-ins and under-bed drawers. Custom netting provides safety for the top bunks. An absolutely gorgeous bunk room from the Lerer House in Park City, Utah. Love the barrel ceiling! SpY Transforms Vine-Covered Wall Into Beautiful Botanical Graffiti SPY Green Graffiti - Gallery Page 7 Spanish artist SpY enlivened a vacant wall in Besancon, France with a geometric feat of botanical graffiti! The urban artist's careful pruning gave a vagrant patch of vines a new circular shape, turning the site into a living artwork that locals now take pride in preserving. SpY’s gorgeous living artwork is made from strands of leafy vines that once reached upward toward the sun in unkempt spurts. Seeing these wild vines as a canvas, SpY hired a cherry picker manlift and started to carve a circular shape into the far reaches of the overgrowth. Careful to maintain the main branches, he slowing trimmed away the wild vines to form a perfect circle.

Tonal Studies #e6d7bd #bfa273 #7a5c3e #686a8f #a4a4b8 Find The Palettes You Love Project: Kent State Design Loft - WEISS / MANFREDI The Design Loft is a site for new connections. Sited strategically at the hinge between campus and city, the Design Loft forms a new hub connecting the college with the City of Kent. Anchoring the public level is a continuous gallery that opens to the university’s new outdoor Esplanade. Small Spaces Good Design For Living in Small ApartmentsAs people migrate to smaller spaces, good design helps a lot. This is something they figured out in Europe long ago, that if you don't have a lot of horizontal room you can go vertical. Tumidei in Italy makes some of the nicest stuff, like this unit with lots of storage under the bed.

Movie interview with Sandeep Khosla on DPS Kindergarten School Movie: Indian architect Sandeep Khosla explains the importance of outdoor learning at DPS Kindergarten School in Bangalore, India, which won the education category at last month's Inside Festival in Singapore. DPS Kindergarten School by Khosla Associates is a prototype for a series of school buildings to be rolled out across southern India. "The brief was to really create a typology that could be repeated and adapted to further schools in the region," says Khosla. "We used exposed concrete as the starting point and we created a very modular system that can be expanded vertically as well as horizontally. So the inside of the classrooms are basically the stripped-down materials of the architecture." The 25 classrooms feature brightly-coloured walls made of corrugated metal sheets and perforated terracotta screens for ventilation.

Secret Passage Bookshelves If there’s one dream that unites all bookish folks (aside from, you know, universal literacy) it’s the dream of having a secret passageway hidden behind a bookcase. Ok, maybe it just unites some of us- but there’s no denying that there’s something super-nifty about having a bookcase that moves to reveal a space only you know about. You and your builder. Anywoot! Here’s a roundup of ten of my favorite bookish secret passageways from around the interwebs: Kilden performing arts centreby ALA Architects Slideshow: the undulating oak underbelly of four auditoriums bursts through the glazed facade of this concert hall in Kristiansand, Norway. Designed by Finnish architects ALA, the Kilden performing arts centre opened in January. The curving wooden wall cantilevers out across the building's entrance, creating a huge canopy that projects out towards the harbour.

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