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Dong’an Lake Sports Center / gmp Architects

July 1, 2022 Collin Chen 0

After winning the competition in 2018, the architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners (gmp) have completed the Chengdu Sports Center (also known as Dong’an Lake Sports Park), an ensemble consisting of three new sports and leisure buildings in the Chinese metropolis Chengdu. It will be the venue for the coming FISU World University Games. The new sports center will become the focal point of Dong’an New Town – an area situated by the water to the west of the city center, in the heart of the Longquan district. The ensemble comprises a group of buildings around a central plaza, consisting of a sports hall with 18,000 seats, a multifunctional hall for culture, leisure, and popular sports, as well as an indoor pool complex with two 50-meter swimming pools.

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Hyundai Department Pangyo-Uplex / Betwin Space Design

July 1, 2022 Andreas Luco 0

The 4th floor of the Hyundai Department Store Pangyo branch has been renewed following The Hyundai Seoul. U-PLEX on the fourth floor is a shopping space for the MZ generation and all customers who enjoy a youthful lifestyle and has been designed as a unique premium space with a sense of YOUNG VIBE.

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Aham House / i2a Architects Studio

July 1, 2022 Andreas Luco 0

AHAM – Architecture that is designed to touch the Soul. This 2800sqft house creates an environment that helps one to open up into the stillness within, thus helping the user to experience a truer beauty, function, and meaning in the space. Aham stands beautifully in the middle of lush greenery and mesmerizing natural beauty of Kerala, grabbing one’s attention from very far itself with its traditional sloped roofing at different heights. The brief aims to revert to a grounded lifestyle setup through a design that captures the essence of being connected to one’s roots and values. The client’s understanding of the relevance of landscape and the design team’s conscious effort to integrate that with the activities inside built spaces pilot the project decisions.

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Elon Musk’s The Boring Company opens first station in expanded Las Vegas transit tunnel system

July 1, 2022 Jennifer Hahn 0
Teslas standing in The Boring Company's Vegas Loop station at Resorts World Las Vegas

Elon Musk’s infrastructure firm The Boring Company has opened the first of around 55 stations that are set to be constructed as part of a tunnel network underneath Las Vegas, which will see passengers carried across the city in a fleet of Teslas. The newly opened stop, located at the Resorts World Las Vegas hotel complex,

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GR Residence / Lima Decor

July 1, 2022 Valeria Silva 0

Due to the urgency of living the present better, the owners of this little paradise, a young couple with a young child make a point of living life intensely and in order to accomplish this they travel whenever they can.  They love the sun and all the life it represents so they always seek destinations where they can enjoy it as much as possible, and resorts (in Brazil and abroad) are their favorite places. However, not satisfied with enjoying this well-being only at certain times of the year, on holidays, or when the family is on vacation, they decided to have their own private resort, and with a focus on making this goal to become reality, they hired us.

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Asian Inspired Home Interiors With A Sense Of Peace

July 1, 2022 HD Staff 0

Calming white, pale grey, and soothing wood tone decor instils a sense of peace into these two Asian-inspired home designs. Wooden storage furniture is crafted around the perimeter of the interior to include decorative lattice sections, which give a stylistic nod to shoji screens. Rattan accents and wooden furniture pieces span both traditional and modern […]

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Cuervo Coffee Roasters / Mutar

July 1, 2022 Valeria Silva 0

The project is conceived as a space to house the coffee roasting process and then as a cafeteria where the coffee be consumed in its different variants and formats. Located on a corner that borders an avenue and a street, it was originally a car repair shop. It is a large space without interior divisions, with an L-shaped floor plan where its two sides contain a double-height space inward.

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LOFT Industrial Residential Complex / Botticini + Facchinelli ARW

LOFT is a residential project that intervenes in the recovery of a typical post-war industrial structure located on the outskirts of Milan in the avenue Monza area, near the underground station and the railway link. The architecture consists of three blocks with a typical gabled section and an internal steel structure. Three long, parallel industrial ships present a body of the building and are incised by patios that allow the space to be recovered for residential use.

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Snøhetta creates disappearing walkway on Traelvikosen Scenic Route

July 1, 2022 Lizzie Crook 0
Traelvikosen Scenic Route in Norway

Architecture and design studio Snøhetta has installed a path of stones off the coast of Norway that emerges and disappears with the tide to illustrate “the passing of time”. Located with views of Torghatten mountain in Helgeland, the stepped Traelvikosen Scenic Route installation encourages travellers to slow down and observe nature. Snøhetta’s design comprises 55

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Emil Eve uses natural materials to bring “sense of calm” to renovated London home

July 1, 2022 Alyn Griffiths 0
Timber-framed house extension in London

Architecture studio Emil Eve has added a timber-framed extension to a Victorian house in south London that contains light-filled interior spaces with a connection to the outdoors. The owners of the end-terrace house on Waghorn Street in Peckham tasked Emil Eve with adapting the interior to provide bright, contemporary spaces for living and entertaining. The

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