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Ruckers Hill House / Studio Bright

May 31, 2021 Hana Abdel 0

A prominent, corner sited Edwardian on the crest of Ruckers Hill, has been restored and enlarged with new living spaces in a separate rear-garden pavilion. Pushing the new addition to the back of this site allows a sun-filled pool and garden, and a streetscape expression akin to a garden pavilion; contemporary and street-tough, but a little bit Edwardian in spirit.

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Da Nang House / AD9 Architects

May 31, 2021 Hana Abdel 0

Da Nang house is located on the VIP island in Hoa Xuan of Da Nang city, an urban area surrounded by the Cam Le river and Do Toa river. The house is intended as a living space for a retired couple, their 2 adolescent children, and the grandmother.

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Toshiko Mori revamps Brooklyn’s Central Library

May 31, 2021 Jenna McKnight 0
Brooklyn Central Library Toshiko Mori

Oak, bronze and terrazzo are among the materials found in an art deco-style library that has been revamped by New York-based architect Toshiko Mori. The project marks the first phase in a multi-stage revitalisation of Brooklyn’s Central Library, which is located along Grand Army Plaza in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. The facility

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Cascarilla Garden / ARCHITEKTEN

May 31, 2021 Andreas Luco 0

Trees are dazzling creatures. Emerging from tiny seeds, some species can surpass the height of a human being in a single growing season, while others take decades to develop into a fully grown canopy. The Cascarilla Garden explores the spatial qualities of this ephemeral transformation, where the system’s phenology becomes legible and performative. This project extends our understanding beyond the visual stimulation of flower sequences and fall colors into intentional and ecologically rich spatial relationships that evolve and transform through time. In countries like Ecuador, where there is almost no landscape design research, ventures like this help landscape architects understand the phenological potential behind design processes. The Cascarilla Garden is located in the Andean valley of Tumbaco, Ecuador with an altitude of 2350 meters above sea level. Despite its high elevation, no seasons are present to drastically transform the landscape into winter or summer given Tumbaco’s geographic location just barely 10 minutes and 51 seconds below the equator line.

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Cupa Pizarras slate-cladding system Cupaclad offers modern siding options

May 31, 2021 Dezeen staff 0

Dezeen promotion: architectural cladding brand Cupa Pizarras has unveiled a rainscreen cladding system made from slate. Cupaclad is an innovative cladding system that utilises the beauty of natural slate to provide a wide range of modern siding options. According to Cupa Pizarras, slate cladding has “emerged as a modern architectural trend in Europe”, and is

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Lively Family-Friendly Home interior With Bold Colour

May 31, 2021 HD Staff 0

The Secret Garden project is a bright and uplifting modern family home located in Rome, Italy, designed by Maurizio Giovannoni. The homeowners’ initial brief called for a redistribution of space to accommodate their lively family, including an open plan living room, a private home office, a personalised room for each of their two children, and […]

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