ZATARA: Furniture Made of Concrete and Driftwood ZATARA is a functional furniture line that revels in its imperfectly raw look. Made of concrete and driftwood, ZATARA was created after much experimentation between vastly different materials, including stainless and lacquered steel with driftwood. ZATARA has a unique touch of nature, and can be used indoor and out. Its creator, Catherine Op de Beeck, states, “good design defends itself by being natural. I like an object to be well designed and beautiful, it has to say something.
Ty Pren by Feilden Fowles Slate roof tiles extend down the exposed north facade of this house in Wales by London studio Feilden Fowles. Called Ty Pren, the gabled timber-framed building is clad on three sides in larch felled from the owners' land. More trees have been planted nearby in anticipation of replacing the larch cladding in 25 years' time. Sveinbjorn Thordarson DATAURL.NET is home to some open source tools for creating and working with Data URLs(RFC 2397). Two of these tools are web-based and available here: Data URL Maker converts files to Data URLs.Data URL CSS Optimizer optimizes CSS files by embedding external images as Data URLs. Various modules, code examples and GUI/command line tools for UNIX systems are available in Downloads. What are Data URLs?
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Het Entreehuis by Bureau B+B Dutch studio Bureau B+B have completed a house on a country estate in the Netherlands with a thatched roof but no eaves. Called Het Entreehuis, the building is the first of ten dwellings to be built on the site in the Groote Scheere country estate in Overijssel, commissioned by ASR Vastgoed. The black wooden house has proportions derived from barns in the local area. sIBL Archive Installation Each thumbnail links directly to an archived sIBL-set. Watch out, these are big downloads. Click to download, then expand the zip achive as a folder and place the folder in your sIBL-Collection. Starter's sIBL-Collection
Wooden House by Atelier Martel Paris architects Atelier Martel have completed a house with four gabled facades in the Vosges mountains in France. The project resulted from a study of vernacular building methods in the area and is a combination of two farm-building typologies. The house is clad in wood and has sliding shutters at all openings, which appear randomly distributed across the building's surface. Photographs are by Barbara Bouyne. The following text is from Atelier Martel:
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Swiss Alps home by JM Architecture is covered in dark grey tiles Mottled grey tiles envelop this angular house in the Swiss Alps, which was designed by Milanese firm JM Architecture to look "like a stone in the landscape" (+ slideshow). The jagged form and colouring of Montebar Villa were devised by Jacopo Mascheroni to help the home settle into its mountainous terrain in Medeglia. The house sits on the edge of a slope above a valley and is surrounded by cattle-grazing pastures and vineyards. Its six-sided roof is angled to match the incline of the mountains and a glass curtain wall on its south side gives views over the valley.
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Google Image Result for Search by image Related images: Images may be subject to copyright.Send feedback INFINITI ADEYAKA (2013) on Behance Designers : Quentin Huber (myself) Year 5 Jean Baptiste Lefort Year 5 Alix Roche Year 3 Michaël Barthly Year 3 Digital Designer : Benjamin Baron Origami House by TSC Architects has a roof modelled on folded paper Japanese studio TSC Architects modelled the roof of this house in Japan's Mie Prefecture on the folded paper shapes of origami (+ slideshow). Named Origami House, the two-storey building was designed by TSC Architects' principal Yoshiaki Tanaka to provide a village residence for a young couple, on a site that has belonged to the family for several generations. The house is framed by its angular roof, which is folded in five places to create a series of triangular facets. The roof meets the ground at several points around the perimeter, creating a form that envelops the interior. "The origami roof stands from the earth like a tent, creates tolerant space and protects the life of the family," said Tanaka. Beneath the roof, four triangular elevations display a mixture of glazed and timber-clad surfaces.