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The Nature Conservancy turns to protected habitats and LEVER for its Portland headquarters

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The Oregon Conservation Center (OCC) in Portland, Oregon has reopened a new 15,000 square foot nature-centered expansion and renovation courtesy of LEVER Architecture. A redevelopment project of The Nature’s Conservancy’s existing headquarters, the building better reflects the mission of the organization which acts to conserve nature for nature’s sake and to enrich human lives through […]

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Jonathan Hilburg

D.C.’s highly-anticipated bridge park by OMA and OLIN is coming in 2023

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A High Line-like park for Washington, D.C. has been in the works since 2014 and was supposed to open later this year, but construction hasn’t even started. The 11th Street Bridge Park project, a 1.45-mile-long elevated landscape that aims to dramatically connect Anacostia to Capitol Hill, features a landscaped vision by OMA and OLIN that […]

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Sydney Franklin

New report shows that the modular construction business is booming

1 day 21 hours ago

According to the recently released Commercial Construction Index (CCI), an economic indicator that tracks trends in the commercial construction industry, demand for modular construction is on the rise, and general contractors expect the trend to continue. Modular construction uses prefabricated and preassembled building components that are built in a factory and shipped to the job site […]

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Jimmy Stamp

Art on demolished Brooklyn Heights Library facade has found a new home

1 day 22 hours ago

The art on the facade of the Brooklyn Heights Library has found a new home. Back in 2017, the old library building, a squat structure from the early 1960s that exuded WPA vibes, was demolished to make way for a luxury condo tower designed by New York’s Marvel Architects. While the building itself wasn’t much […]

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Audrey Wachs

British interior design duo Fettle brings refined, yet rustic flair, to the U.S.

1 day 23 hours ago

Combining decades of experience in the British architecture and interior decor industries, designers Andy Goodwin and Tom Parker joined forces in 2013 to form Fettle. The London and Los Angeles interior design firm primarily develops hospitality projects for a range of independent, start-up, and blue-chip clients on both sides of the Atlantic; in London, Rome, […]

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Adrian Madlener

ODA’s 10 Jay Street in DUMBO shines with a faceted facade

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Brought to you with support from Over the last two decades, Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood has undergone a significant degree of development, including the restoration of historic warehouses that dominated the neighborhood for centuries and plenty of new construction. ODA, which has a number of projects across the borough, recently completed the restoration and partial recladding […]

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Matthew Marani

Venice fines Santiago Calatrava for slippery, inaccessible bridge

2 days 17 hours ago

Santiago Calatrava is being fined—again—for his work.  This time it’s $87,000 for his Ponte della Costituzione, or Constitution Bridge, in Venice, Italy. An Italian court recently ruled that the Spanish architect needs to pay the city for cost over-runs and “negligence” in faulty design. According to The Telegraph, the 300-foot-long steel and glass piece of […]

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Sydney Franklin

Amin Taha wins fight to stop 15 Clerkenwell Close demolition

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London architect Amin Taha has won his battle against planners to save his award-winning project, 15 Clerkenwell Close. Taha had previously been told his building faced a demolition order from the London borough of Islington. However, today, that decision has been overturned and the glorious, unfinished limestone that serves as a load-bearing facade will remain. […]

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Jason Sayer

Eavesdrop: Here are all the architects and designers in Jeffrey Epstein’s black book

2 days 18 hours ago

Just before financier and alleged pedophile Jeffrey Epstein died in a New York City jail, New York Magazine published the A-to-Z contents of Epstein’s contacts book. Along with business tycoons, foreign royalty, and powerful politicians, there were a number of names from the worlds of art and design—including architects and interior designers. Perhaps the most […]

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Peter Lang on Cristiano Toraldo di Francia’s ‘incredible love’

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Cristiano Toraldo di Francia sadly passed away on July 30. Cofounder, along with Adolfo Natalini, of the Florentine Radical design and architecture group Superstudio, Cristiano was the kind of person who was incredibly open-minded, shared a sharp sense of humor, and professed a deep love for humanity. While accolades spread across the internet following news […]

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Peter Lang

Digitally tour Zaha Hadid Architect’s 7.5-million-square-foot airport near Beijing

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Zaha Hadid Architect’s sprawling Beijing Daxing International Airport (PKX) in Daxing is nearly complete. Design lovers can get a preliminary peek inside of China’s largest, otherworldly terminal, and ZHA’s first airport project, thanks to news organization CGTN, which produced a 360-degree walkthrough of the shiny new space. Slated to open in late September, the 7.5-million-square-foot […]

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Sydney Franklin

Researchers and robots team up to build innovative pavilion in a German garden

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Installed on the grounds of the 2019 Bundesgartenschau (BUGA) biennial horticulture show in Heilbronn, Germany, the BUGA Fibre Pavilion is a the product of years of research in biomimicry at the University of Stuttgart’s Institute for Computational Design and Construction (ICD) and the Institute for Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE). Biomimetic design aims to produce […]

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Jimmy Stamp

Design nerds, rejoice! Architecture & Design Film Festival returns to New York this October

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It’s back: The 11th edition of New York’s Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF) is set to bring interesting buildings and the people who design them to the silver screen this October. The five-day event is the largest design-focused film fest in the U.S., with almost 30 films that explore the structures and people who […]

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Audrey Wachs

This year’s Finnish Burning Man pavilion will let visitors steam in the desert

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Helsinki-based architects at JKMM are designing this year’s Burning Man pavilion. In true Finnish style, the installation will be a full-fledged sauna. Each year, the organizers of Burning Man, the festival-slash-anarcho-communist gathering in Nevada‘s Black Rock Desert, ask designers to envision and execute singular works of art. For the festival’s 2019 edition, organizers tapped JKMM and […]

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Audrey Wachs

Denver’s Meridian 105 delivers a residential model for using salvaged materials

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Brought to you with support from Like many cities across the United States, Denver is undergoing tremendous demographic growth with the subsequent result of intense development and densification. Jason Street Multifamily, designed by local architectural-firm Meridian 105, is a four-unit residential project located in the Sunnyside neighborhood that responds to the region’s need for thoughtfully-designed and […]

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Matthew Marani

AIA and NCARB establish new alliance to push for licensing standards

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The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) have helped form a new coalition intended to educate policymakers and the public on the importance of high, consistent licensing standards across various technical fields. Architects, engineers, surveyors, landscape architects, and certified public accounts make up the newly-established Alliance for […]

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Sydney Franklin

Rome and the Teacher brings roofscapes to Rhinebeck

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‘T’ Space 137 Round Lake Road Rhinebeck, NY Through August 24 This summer, ‘T’ Space, a gallery and performance venue established by Steven Holl, will present the work of Holl’s former professor and inspirator, the architect and academic Astra Zarina, in the exhibition Rome and the Teacher. Guest curated by Alessandro Orsini, the show is […]

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Emily Conklin

Dutch furniture label Lensvelt opens a penthouse showroom in Antwerp, Belgium

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Where better to showcase bespoke furniture than in-situ? For maverick Dutch label and design firm Lensvelt—purveyor of limited edition classics by top talents like Piet Boon, Willem Hendrik Gipsen, Wiel Arets, Tejo Remy, Studio Job, Richard Hutten, Piet Hein Eek, Marcel Wanders, Maarten Van Severen, Maarten Baas, Ineke Hans, and Gerrit Rietveld—a converted warehouse loft […]

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Adrian Madlener

RIBA sustainability chairman urges London to consider a glass tower ban

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Following NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s “ban” on glass-clad buildings in April, a leading sustainability expert in London has spoken out against London mayor Sadiq Khan’s refusal to enact the same legislation—Simon Sturgis, an adviser to the Greater London Authority and a chairman of the Royal Institute of British Architects’ (RIBA) sustainability group, believes that […]

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Emily Conklin

Does Tom Brady want to be an architect when he retires from football?

3 days 23 hours ago

Well, it appears as though the next multi-hyphenate celebrity looking to add “architect” to their roster of titles is: You guessed it, Tom Brady. In an interview on WEEI’s “The Greg Hill Show,” the New England Patriots quarterback mentioned he may want to get into residential design after retiring from professional football. “Maybe I’ll be an […]

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Black Twin Peaks Cottage Style Structure in the Rear Extends Aging Aussie Home

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There are plenty of different ways in which aging homes can be given a smart new makeover. Often, the preferred choice is a rear extension that opens up into the rear yard and connect the interior with the world outside. But the Naremburn Twin Peaks Cottage designed by Benn & Penna Architecture take a completely […]

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Sherry Nothingam

Spacious Contemporary-Minimal Office in San Francisco Feels Casual and Classy

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We have always admired the way in which modern home office have evolved from the decades of the boring cubicles to spaces that feel fun-filled and stimulating. The trend has been truly revolutionary at times with smart offices now seeming more and more like contemporary homes with extended work areas. The Patreon Office designed by […]

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Sherry Nothingam

Gorgeous Greenery and Minimal Footprint Create Stunning Brazilian Cabin

3 days 4 hours ago

A natural escape that combines comfort with greenery and gorgeous views, Purunã Cabin designed by Bruno Zaitter arquiteto in Brazil is one that promises to take away your woes with ease. The cabin has been elevated above ground and sits on stilts to ensure that the damage to the lot is kept down to a […]

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Sherry Nothingam

A Fall 2019 Design Preview

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The fall collections are rolling in, and we’re liking what we see! New and ongoing trends are getting the spotlight, at times with a fresh and surprising twist. Today we unveil some of our favorite pieces in the 2019 edition of our Fall Design Preview, complete with new arrivals from brands such as CB2 and […]

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Kate Simmons

Affordable Zero-Energy Passive Home in New York Relies on Green Design

1 week 3 days ago

There is a popular misconception among homeowners that green technology is all about cutting-edge gadgets, devices that feel like they are from tomorrow and costs that leave a bit of a hole in your pocket. The same goes with the idea of fabulous green homes which often tend to rely on technology that is anything […]

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Sherry Nothingam

Custom Handmade Terracotta Tiles Create a Cozy, Classic London Home

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We are increasingly seeing homes where the modern and the traditional find space next to one another and do so in a comfortable manner. The idyllic Terracotta House designed by Annabelle Tugby Architects is no different as it combines an exterior that feels classic and earthy with an interior that is modern, polished and light-filled. […]

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Sherry Nothingam

Budget Aussie Home with Operable Façade is Small and Sustainable

1 week 3 days ago

It is easy to be moved by extravagant homes full of luxurious features and contemporary décor. But even more inspiring are smaller homes that make most of space while maximizing both resources and budget. This is just what you get with the dashing Stonewood House designed by Breathe Architecture in Northcote, Melbourne. This is a […]

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Sherry Nothingam

Imaginative Coastal Lodge in Tasmania Brings sustainability to Serene Lifestyle

1 week 3 days ago

The East Coast of Tasmania is home to many natural wonders with its amazing coastline attracting tourists from all across the planet. It is here that you will find the innovative and eco-friendly Freycinet Lodge. A fabulous retreat that already had 60 cabins to greet guests, the latest set of additions designed by Liminal Architecture […]

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Sherry Nothingam

Spectacular and Cozy Living Rooms with Ceiling Beams: 25 Trendy Ideas, Inspirations

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There are a few features that make a comeback every now and then and trends that last for more than a few seasons and alter homes across the world. With aging homes getting modern makeovers and adaptive reuse of structures gaining momentum, it is barely a wonder that industrial, rustic and farmhouse themed features are […]

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Sherry Nothingam

Greenery, Unique Dimensions and Angular Charm Shape the House Between Trees

1 week 5 days ago

When it comes to unusual design that moves away from the mundane and gives homeowners a fresh perspective on spatial rearrangement, the House Between Trees in Brazil comes up trumps. Designed by Ateliê de Arquitetura Líquida, the design of the house has been largely influenced by the unique lot its sits in, giving it a […]

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Sherry Nothingam

Lindis Lodge: Stunningly Sustainable Design Set Amidst NZ Southern Alps

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There are few spots as dramatic, spectacular in sheer presence and at the same time relaxing as the Southern Alps of New Zealand. You almost feel like reaching an enchanting edge of the world; a world that you would have seen only in Hollywood flicks based on fairytales and fascinating tales. It is here that […]

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Sherry Nothingam

Post-War Home Aesthetics Combined with Cozy Modernity Inside the Barton House

1 week 5 days ago

There are plenty of different routes that you can take when it comes to new additions to old homes that are in need of a fresh lease of life. This post-war house in Australia takes an approach that combines warmth of wood, with a stylish contemporary interior and sculptural overtones that are just captivating. The […]

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Sherry Nothingam

How to Decorate a Table for a Party

2 weeks 4 days ago

A beautifully decorated party table has the power to be the focal point of your next fete. Do you keep it simple with one centerpiece? Do you cover it in portion-sized edibles that guests can grab and go? Is there such a thing as over-decorating? While the answer to these questions may ultimately come down […]

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Kate Simmons

Budget Renovation of Sydney Home Brings Japanese Charm to a Heritage Setting

2 weeks 4 days ago

We admire designs that bring in contrasting styles, finishes and even stitch together inspirations from different eras. But this becomes an even more challenging task when you wish to combine traditional Japanese style with modernity and wish to do so in a heritage setting Down Under in Sydney! That is just what you get with […]

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Sherry Nothingam

Century Old Car Assembly Factory Finds New Life as a Stunning Modern Home

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The Camperdown Warehouse designed by Archer Office in Sydney, Australia is anything but your usual home with its polished modern finishes and a lovely rear yard. This revamped and rejuvenated contemporary house was an old car assembly factory built in the 1920’s with some of the best top-end cars over the years rolling off of […]

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Sherry Nothingam

75 Small Kitchen Solutions to Make Them Brighter and Space-Savvy

3 weeks 1 day ago

Kitchen is undoubtedly the heart of your home and it is one space that keeps everyone and everything else in the house running smoothly. No matter how small or large a kitchen is, there are plenty of smart solutions that help it make a whole lot brighter, space-savvy and organized. While these clever ideas are […]

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Sherry Nothingam

Weathered Steel and Wood Home on Ocean’s Edge Inspired by Life on the High Seas!

3 weeks 2 days ago

The ocean can be addictive and once you fall in love with it, staying away can be really, really hard. Designed by Crosson Architects for a homeowner who has spent much of his life in the boat-building industry and on the high seas as well, the F304 House is one that brings life on the […]

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Sherry Nothingam

Right First Impressions: 30 Trendy Front Doors to Enliven the Entry

3 weeks 3 days ago

They say that first impressions last forever. That might not always be true and our perceptions do change with time. But making a good initial impression always helps and in case of your home it is the entryway and the door that do this job. Subtle details in the design of the entryway and the […]

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Sherry Nothingam

Casa Picasso: Cheerful Holiday Home in Yucatan Makes Most of Limited Space

3 weeks 4 days ago

Relaxing, fun-filled and full of sunshine that many other parts of the North American continent starve of in the long, cold winter months, the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico is a holiday that is not far away for many. And it is here that we find the incredibly resourceful, charming and relaxing Casa Picasso. Deriving its […]

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Sherry Nothingam

Modern Family Home in White and Wood in a City of Volcanoes

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It is not very often that you come across a city with four different volcanoes dotting its skyline. It is definitely a bit different from the usual bright lights and skyscrapers that you see in most other big towns. But Olot in Spain is indeed a bit off the beaten path and it is here […]

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Earth Tones Set The Mood Of This Apartment Interior Design By Consuelo Jorge

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Photography by Fran Parente Architect Consuelo Jorge has designed a concept apartment interior for CASACOR São Paulo 2019. Throughout the apartment, the choice of materials was guided by warm, earthy tones, in contrast to light gray as a neutral backdrop. Photography by Fran Parente The open plan interior has the dining area and kitchen adjacent […]
Erin

Customers Can Adjust The Size And Shape Of These 3D Printed Furniture Designs

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Californian design firm Model No. Furniture has announced the debut of their first fully customizable 3D printed furniture. The collection, which includes tables, planters, bins, planters, and vases, marries 3D printed sculptural base forms with hand finished hardwood table surfaces and bases. Designed to be modified in real time, the pieces are made of eco-friendly […]
Erin

Studio Griffiths Designed A Black And White Interior For A Modern Farmhouse

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Photography: Sharyn Cairns with styling by Studio Moore | Builder: Bernie Everett Building Interior architecture and design practice Studio Griffiths, has completed the interior renovation of a modern farmhouse in Australia. Located on a quiet hillside in the idyllic Victorian town of Main Ridge, the modern country house is casual, sophisticated and livable, merging the […]
Erin

Top 20 A’ Design Award Winners

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contemporist has partnered with A’ Design Award and Competition to bring you this editorial feature A’ Design Award & Competition is the Worlds’ leading design accolade reaching design enthusiasts around the world, and showcasing the 10,051 award winners made up of 180 nationalities. A’ Design Award winning works are translated to all major languages in order […]
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mode:lina Have Designed A Collection Of Resort Houses For Camppinus Park In Poland

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Photography by Studio Prototypownia Architecture and interior design firm mode:lina, has recently completed Camppinus Park, a small group of resort houses that are located in the Polish seaside town of Jezierzany. Photography by Studio Prototypownia With dark wood siding, each resort home has a couple of bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, and dining area. Photography […]
Erin

DYCE Dessert Bar Has Opened In London With A Pastel Pink Interior

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Design agency FormRoom, has recently completed DYCE, a new dessert bar in London. The bright turquoise facade draws attention on the street, enticing customers inside. Once inside, the interiors, inspired by Salvador Dali’s surrealism, includes soft pastel pink walls complemented by light blue and peach elements. Curvy tiered seating creates a casual seating experience and […]
Erin

High Ceilings And Double Height Windows Keep This L.A. House Bright And Airy

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Photography by Brian Thomas Jones Aaron Neubert Architects, Inc. (ANX) has recently completed a new modern house in Los Angeles, California, that’s located on a sloped lot. Photography by Brian Thomas Jones Designed with three levels, the front door opens to the main living area with high ceilings. Photography by Brian Thomas Jones The high […]
Erin

This Wall Of Shelves Can Easily Change To Hold A Variety Of Different Items

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Designer and architect Artem Zakharchenko-Halytskyi has created ‘GATE’, a modular furniture system designed for walls. Manufactured by BORISOV, the shelves are made of solid ash blades and can be operated with a single touch, with a system of magnets allowing them to stay in a vertical position. Depending on its use, the blades can be […]
Erin

This House In San Francisco Presents A Modern Face To The Street

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Photography by Matthew Millman Architecture and interior design firm Jamie Bush & Co. has designed a modern house in San Francisco, creating a welcoming home for a young tech pioneer. Photography by Matthew Millman Stepping inside, there’s a clear view from the foyer of the rear garden and the stairs that connect the various levels […]
Erin

The ‘Floating Towers’ Hanging Woven Sculptures

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Argentinian artist and designer Cristián Mohaded, has created ‘Floating Towers’, a group of hanging woven sculptures. After designing the sculpture, Cristián connected with a local artisan to create the pieces using a traditional basketry technique of northern Argentina called simbol, which is named after a plant fiber that grows in the Argentine province of Catamarca. […]
Erin

Materials And Colors Were Chosen To Reflect The Coastal And Mountainside Setting Of This Fast Casual Restaurant

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Photography by Janis Nicolay Photography Evoke International Design Inc. has completed the interiors of Heirloom Ambleside, a modern fast casual restaurant that’s located steps from the beach in Vancouver, Canada. The objective of the interior was to create a versatile space that would accommodate a dawn-till-late casual dining concept, complete with a full-size kitchen, café, […]
Erin

IdealPark Lets You Hide Your Car Underground Like James Bond

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contemporist has partnered with IdealPark to bring you this editorial feature With 50 years of experience, Italian company IdealPark has focused on building car lifts with passion and craftsmanship, creating unique custom products, that can be a great alternative to a traditional garage. They also allow you to feel like James Bond just for a […]
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A Sunken Lounge, A Cantilevered Deck, And A Spa With A Fireplace Help Give This Pool A Luxurious Resort-Like Feeling

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Photography by Jimi Smith Photography Randy Angell Designs together with builder Pool Environments, have completed a modern swimming pool with a sunken lounge, a cantilevered deck, and floating stepper pads. Adjacent to the swimming pool area is the motor court entry, that’s clad with Hartstone steppers and lined with synthetic turf joints. From this viewpoint, […]
Erin

Multiple Levels Give This Small Yard Room For Entertaining

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Landscape design firm Seed Studio, has completed a multi-level yard for a home in San Francisco, California, that’s owned by a couple who like to entertain. Stairs lead up to the first level of the yard, that’s dedicated to the Manta Ray fire bowl, designed by Fire Pit Art. Pami pebbles (a mixture of rounded […]
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Wood Fences Inspired The Design Of This New Furniture Collection

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Photography © Harto Studio French design firm Desormeaux/Carrette Studio, has created César & Fanny, a new furniture collection. Photography © Harto Studio Inspired by the small fences that are found around poppy fields, the designs include rounded wood vertical elements that provide a soft appearance for the pieces, as well as hide the doors on […]
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Tents, Mountains, And Glaciers Inspired The Design Of These Seating Nooks

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Photography by Garrett Rowland When Studio O+A were designing the Slack headquarters in San Francisco, they came up with some fun and interesting seating nook ideas for the modern office. In the lobby, scattered tent-like wood structures with planters and upholstered seating, allow for short meetings or meditation. Photography by Garrett Rowland On the 4th […]
Erin

The Serpentine Coffee House Inspired By A Stingray’s Flight Through Water

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Photography by Luke Hayes Architectural and design firm Mizzi Studio, together with artisan Italian café operators, Colicci, have recently completed the Serpentine Coffee House in London, England. Located between the Serpentine Galleries, with views across the Serpentine Lake and out towards the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain, the coffee house provides an immersive architectural resting, refreshment, […]
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Oculus and Skylights

2 weeks 6 days ago
Oculus and Skylights

Unless you've been living under a rock, you would know that there are few things I enjoy as much as a proper oculus. While I don't try to stick them in every project (I've only done two in a career that is currently 27 years long), there are very few projects that an oculus* couldn't improve. So for the second time in my career, I've got a project under construction that has an oculus as a primary design feature. For that matter, I've got a bunch of skylights in this project as well and I can't remember the last time I put a skylight into a project. I only tell you this because I don't want you going around thinking that all I do is stick skylights and oculus' into my project ... I've got some restraint and there is a time and place for everything.

Let's start by taking a look at the oculus, shall we?

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Bob Borson

029: Architects Should Work Construction

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029: Architects Should Work Construction

If I have one regret during my college education is that I never worked on a construction site. Once I graduated from college, I went straight to work in an architectural office, drawing up all sorts of stuff that I had literally never seen before in my life. I managed to get along but I was acutely aware of my lack of practical knowledge and I have been trying to make up for it over the last 20+ years.

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We’d like to thank today’s guest, Nicholas Renard, the owner, architect and registered residential contractor of Dig-Architecture, an architect-led design-build firm in Jacksonville, Florida. We recorded today’s episode live in Las Vegas from the Expo floor of the 2019 AIA Conference on Architecture as special guests of Huber Engineered Woods. 

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