DECADE is a synonym of time, but also a very long time span.
San Francisco’s Carpenters Workshop Gallery is staging an exhibition of works by French-Swedish artist Ingrid Donat that includes furniture detailed with interlacing loops and lines influenced by tribal patterns and 1920s Art Deco. Rituals documents the 30-year-career of Donat, who got her start making lamps for friends and family and now creates tables, chairs, cabinets and
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Photography by Alejandro Arango Architecture firm Estudio Transversal, has designed a triangular house in Colombia. The triangular layout of the house provides a space for an open interior garden. Photography by Alejandro Arango Inside, the three wings of the house are dedicated to different areas; the great room, the master suite, and the bedroom wing. […]
The pre-renovation building is a supporting dormitory for the factory in suburban. The national industrial upgrading strategy, the increase in labor and production costs, and the implementation of environmental protection policies have led to the relocation of the low-end industries, and those dormitories in bad condition have been gradually vacant. At the same time, the infrastructure of subway transportation, the high housing rent in the city center, and the rising cost of living have caused a large number of white-collar workers to move out to live. Moreover, most commercial residential buildings of extensive development era lack the sense of community due to the deficiency of public programs. The renovation project hopes to not only improve the quality of original space, but also create a diverse and life-rich community.
Soho House has turned a former warehouse in Downtown Los Angeles into a new spot for its members, featuring a rooftop pool, hotel rooms and garden. Called Soho Warehouse, the new members’ club occupies a factory building that dates back to 1916 that was renovated and designed in-house by Soho House & Co. Located in
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F – coffee was designed based on the basic concept of minimalism , brick , concrete ,stone floor , trees and water to create a concise and emotional space.
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This building is located in a residential area in the heart of Tokyo amid a mixture of old temples and modern houses. Kagurazaka slope, the area’s main market street, is known for its centuries-long cultural history. Roji, narrow alleys with a lot of hidden charm, branch from the main street. We attempted to determine what design of collective housing would fit into the area’s rich context. The gently stepped approach to the building is full of nuances that remind us of how the symbolic slope looked in the old days.
British architects and critics have ridiculed UK housing minister Esther McVey, who gave a speech announcing that architects are using computers as a “new way” to design buildings. Speaking at the Conservative party conference in Manchester today, McVey seemed to suggest that architects are moving into a new age where they will be creating 3D
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This family summer house in Saint Tropez, France designed by SAOTA, is a contemporary interpretation of traditional Mediterranean Riviera architecture. Free from the constraints of the historical vernacular, the project became an opportunity to advance the expression of form, space, and lifestyle associated with the location. The long, narrow site backs onto a glade of pine trees to the south. “When we first went onto the site, we found it lovely that you could look up into the pine forest and experience those amazing volumes under the canopies of the pines,” says SAOTA Director Stefan Antoni. “That became an important cue when we developed the design.”