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Architecture - Magazine showcasing Design

Architecture - Magazine showcasing Design
Wallpaper* newsletter Register for our bi-weekly bulletin of the stuff that refines you By submitting your details, you'll also receive emails from Time Inc. UK, publisher of Wallpaper* and other iconic brands about its goods and services, and those of its carefully selected third parties. Please tick here if you'd prefer not to hear about: Terms and Conditions | Privacy Policy Architecture news Mediterranean modern: the first house from architect Lydia Xynogala 6 Jan 2017 Pavilion party: the architects packing a big punch with small structures James Turrell and Schmidt Hammer Lassen collaborate to extend a Danish art museum 5 Jan 2017 Type hype: Ben Adams Architects design new office for Monotype Flow rider: Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe designs a cascading East Coast condominium Class act: 6a Architects design accommodation for Cambridge students 4 Jan 2017 Colour block: Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners completes International Towers in Sydney 3 Jan 2017 2 Jan 2017 28 Dec 2016 27 Dec 2016 26 Dec 2016

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Commercial & Home Design Ideas 13 July 2015 Modularize your home – three modular furniture concepts As you probably know by now, we’ve got a love of things modular. Like our prefabricated homes these furniture concepts use modular construction methods to create an array of different configuration possibilities. Check out a few of our favourites below: Hash, is a graphic modular bookshelf with diagonal slats that act almost like a cage. 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 »

June « 2009 Archive for June, 2009 SFMoMA June Update Panels drying in the studio. Morning sun on the drying panels The new hexagonal tile pattern. interior design Archives JOINT Cafe & Workspace by 56thStudio // Bangkok, Thailand. Next time I hear someone whinge about how hard it is to design a good-looking workspace on a budget, I’ll personally bitch-slap them across the face, tell them to stop talking shit and instantly point them towards this post. This is a promise. People, can we all please agree right now that workspaces don’t need to be ugly, predictable, corporate or boring as bat-shit? I hope we can stop producing boring or try-hard office interiors from now on. Architecture architecture Renzo Piano piece by piece The “Barbara Cappochin” International Architecture Biennale mounts an exhibition on the Genoese architect in Padua The Pritzker Prize to Shigeru Ban

50 Most Amazing Buildings of the World Though it looks like some sort of painting by a drunk painter. But this is a real house located in Rezydent Shopping Center in Sopot, Poland. It is claimed to be the most photographed building in Poland. It is spread to an area of 4,000 square meters. Designed by Architect: Szotynscy Zaleski The Crooked House WebUrbanist Iconographic Architecture: The Unique Style of MVRDV Article by Steph, filed under Offices & Commercial in the Architecture category. MVRDV has a vision for the future – not just for architecture, but for urban life. “The desire, if not the obsession, if not the necessity, is to make cities more suburbanized,” principal architect Winy Maas told Fast Company.

Five famous architects and their most iconic buildings So many great architects’ buildings have graced our skylines and decorated our cities that it’s almost impossible to pick the best and brightest. Here is a list of five famous architects and their most iconic designs. Antoni Gaudi - Sagrada Familia in Barcelona

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