Invisible Coffee Room / I Like Design Studio

5 hours 39 minutes ago
© Soopakorn Srisakul © Soopakorn Srisakul
  • Architects: I Like Design Studio
  • Location: Soi Sukhumvit 16, Khwaeng Khlong Toei, Khet Khlong Toei, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand
  • Lead Architects: Narucha Kuwattanapasiri , Petchusa Kuwattanapasiri
  • Area: 45.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Soopakorn Srisakul
  • Client: Thanapong Hariratseree
© Soopakorn Srisakul © Soopakorn Srisakul

Text description provided by the architects. The pure design appeals to the eyes just like deliciousness appeals to the mind. Delicious is invisible, yet exist. The aim was to illustrate the meaning of it as the name of the coffee shop.

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Boat Rooms on the Fuchun River / The Design Institute of Landscape and Architecture China Academy of Art

6 hours 39 minutes ago
© Aoguan Performance of Architecture © Aoguan Performance of Architecture
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Ribbon Maps: Pocket-Sized Mississippi Riverboat Scrolls Unroll to 11 Feet

8 hours 39 minutes ago
[ By WebUrbanist in Design & Graphics & Branding. ]

Designed for 19th-century travelers trekking up and down the mighty Mississippi on riverboats, these scrolled parchments unspooled to reveal major cities and points of interest worthy of note along the way. The Ribbon Map of the Father of Waters in particular had an impressive reach, spanning from Minnesota down to the Gulf of Mexico, just three inches wide but eleven feet long.

Unlike “network maps,” designed to allow users to seek out different points of interest and map out their own route, these “itinerary maps” documented a single path, like a long guide to a single trail versus an atlas.

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Two Angle House / Megowan Architectural

8 hours 39 minutes ago
© Tom Blachford © Tom Blachford
  • Builder: Kabsav Projects
  • Furnishings: Remodern Furniture
© Tom Blachford © Tom Blachford

Text description provided by the architects. The Two Angle house, located in the seaside town of Mount Eliza in Victoria, Australia, is about contrast. The interior and exterior are a play on the contrast between two angles of internal organization, the contrast between warm and cold materials and a considered contrast between architecture and landscape.

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Carla Juaçaba

8 hours 45 minutes ago
Carla Juaçaba
A BENCH AND A CROSS . Venice Carla Juaçaba . photos: © Alessandra Chemollo . + archilovers A hidden glade behind the waters of Venice is ever a beauty. The project joins that beauty outlining briefly the space. Four steel beams, 8 meters long (12×12 cm thick), compose the ensemble: one is a bench, the … Continue reading Carla Juaçaba
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Terunobu Fujimori

8 hours 58 minutes ago
Terunobu Fujimori
CROSS CHAPEL . Venice Terunobu Fujimori . photos: © Alessandra Chemollo . + archilovers Perhaps it is only in Japan, but it seems that when the people think about the image of Christianity, the cross comes first of all to mind. When Christianity came to Japan in the middle of the 16th century, a cross … Continue reading Terunobu Fujimori
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David Chipperfield

9 hours 53 minutes ago
David Chipperfield
Nobel Centre . Stockholm David Chipperfield . + reuters David Chipperfield’s Nobel Centre blocked by Swedish court due to its scale. The City of Stockholm will appeal the decision by The Land and Environmental Court. _ Below quoted the report by Esha Vaish for Reuters: A Swedish court on Tuesday blocked the building of a … Continue reading David Chipperfield
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Hild und K

10 hours 13 minutes ago
Hild und K
Schwabinger Tor . Munich Hild und K Architekten . photos: © Michael Heinrich . + baunetz Reliefs on façades have been of particular interest to Hild und K Architekten for many years now. Andreas Hild, Dionys Ottl and Matthias Haber are hereby often inspired by textile structures. For the office and residential building “Schwabinger Tor”, … Continue reading Hild und K
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Daniel Libeskind Retraces his Life and Architectural Career in Engaging In-Depth Interview

11 hours 39 minutes ago
North Pool looking Southeast. Image © Joe Woolhead North Pool looking Southeast. Image © Joe Woolhead

Louisiana Channel has released a new video interview with acclaimed architect Daniel Libeskind, in which he retraces the story behind his architectural career. In the interview, Libeskind unravels his view of architecture, and the architectural profession, drawing comparisons between architecture and music, while reflecting on the adherence to legislation and inherent optimistic outlook required to practice architecture.

In the 30-minute in-depth interview, Libeskind guides observers through his childhood, the roots of his architectural career, and reflects upon his most noted schemes, including the Jewish Museum in Berlin and the World Trade Center Masterplan in New York.

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