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Foster + Partners Módulos Auto-Suficientes | CF Os protótipos realizados por ocasião da Concreta 2003 para as empresas DST e CAPA, procuram responder a uma variedade de funções desenvolvendo uma tipologia de módulos que poderão dar resposta às funções de habitação temporária, observatório ambiental, posto de vigia contra incêndios, bar, quiosque e “praça virtual” ou elemento mínimo que reúne condições de comunicações através meios informáticos. A intenção é produzir um módulo que é repetível e associável quase interminavelmente. É um módulo que tem a característica de ser funcionalmente mutável, capaz de construir condições urbanas a partir de formas associativas do elemento base, com autonomia absoluta de infra-estruturas (rede eléctrica, águas, saneamento e de construção). REDE DE ÁGUA O modulo é constituído por um W.C. e uma copa, alimentado autonomamente através de um depósito de água pré-fabricado e grupo hidropressor, localizado na área técnica.

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20 design landmarks everyone should see before they die When looking for design inspiration, it’s common to look at other people’s websites, illustrations, or photography. But sometimes it’s good to mix things up a bit. Have you ever been hit with a bolt of creative inspiration just by walking down the street? Next time you’re out in town, look up, take a big step back (watching out for traffic of course) and look at the bigger picture. We’re talking architecture - design that’s all around us every day, and most of the time we don’t even notice it. In this article we pay tribute to 25 of the most beautiful, unique, weird and wonderful design-related landmarks around the world. 01. The Cubic Houses, or Kubuswoningen, are an architectural wonder designed by Dutch architect Piet Blom in the 1970s. The design is both practical and innovative. According to Blom the triangular top represents a tree and when the houses are placed together they combine to make an abstract manufactured forest. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 41 Cooper Square

ADI - Associazione per il Disegno Industriale Il Compasso d'Oro compie 60 anni: la XXIII edizione si tiene a Milano e si prepara a diventare internazionale Gli orari e gli eventi La mostra dei prodotti candidati al premioè aperta allo Spazio A dell'ex Ansaldo via Bergognone 34, Milano DESIGN È XXIII Compasso d'Oro ADI via Bergognone 34, Milano A Cathedral Made from 55,000 LED Lights The Luminarie De Cagna is an imposing cathedral-like structure that was recently on display at the 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium. The festival was host to almost 30 exhibitions including plenty of 3D projection mapping, fields of luminous flowers, and a glowing phone booth aquarium, however with 55,000 LEDs and towering 28 meters high the Luminarie De Cagna seems to have stolen the show. ( via stijn coppens, sacha vanhecke, sector271)

Home ITA Studio Mission Graphic Design Photography Adv e Uffico Stampa Rendering Interactive Media Public Area Before and After: Garage Turned Minimal Mini House Sometimes a garage is just a garage and other times a garage is a miniature modern house just waiting to happen. In this case, it's the latter, which means I probably need to pack my bags, move back to Seattle and into this (now) house. It's not actually available, but I'm just crossing my fingers that designer Michelle de la Vega needs a few roommates (my husband, my dog, and I) in her fully functional 250 square foot space. In all seriousness though, this remodel is really incredible. For more photos of this remodel, click here. Tagged : before and after, Makeover, remodel Design Style : minimalist

zeitgeist cologne 9 hours (9h) Designer Capsule Hotel Review - Kyoto, Japan I’ve been lucky enough to stay at some very nice hotels over the past couple of years but in Japan I was on a tight budget and determined to try something a little different. Originally created for businessmen who worked too late to catch the last train home, capsule hotels (カプセルホテル) have developed as an economical alternative to normal hotels in a country where space comes at a premium. Consisting of a large number of extremely small coffin-like “rooms” big enough for a single person to sleep in, Japan’s first capsule hotel made its appearance in Osaka in 1979. They have a bit of a grim reputation for their chicken-coop approach to habitation but in 2009 Tokyo-based Cubic Corp decided to take a fresh approach to this uniquely Japanese mode of accommodation. Upon arrival the first thing you do is place your shoes in a numbered locker and give the key to reception while checking-in; I doubt they get many people running off without paying the bill! Map Data Map data ©2014 Google, ZENRIN Map

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