These temporary street layouts aim to facilitating safer and more efficient services and activities during the COVID–19 crisis.
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Oslo architecture studio Sanden+Hodnekvam Arkitekter has designed a house from prefabricated concrete panels in Norway for a three-generational family that took part in its construction. Sanden+Hodnekvam Arkitekter's House in Red Concrete in the town of in Lillehammer was built with a facade made from repetitive, insulated-concrete elements in order to help keep costs down. "The repetitive
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UK architecture studio Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios has designed a six-storey cross-laminated timber office named Paradise, which will be carbon negative to align with its Architects Declare commitments. The architecture studio designed the carbon-neutral office as it focuses on creating more sustainable architecture to meet the aims of climate change network Architects Declare. "As founding
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The neglected basement of this apartment in Taipei has been overhauled by KC Design Studio to feature a series of greyscale rooms and an indoor courtyard. The apartment, named House H, is set within a residential block in Taipei's Shilin district and is occupied by a family of four. With the children growing up, the
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Menswear that spotlights the economic crisis in Zimbabwe features alongside a clothing collection that addresses ocean pollution in this fashion-focused VDF school show by the University of East London. There are a total of 10 projects in the digital exhibition, all completed by students in their final year of the BA (Hons) Textile Design and
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PriestmanGoode's concept for aircraft cabin interiors after the coronavirus pandemic features dirt trap-free surfaces and "colour psychology" to alleviate passenger anxiety. The project, called Pure Skies, saw the London studio redesign business-and economy-class cabins to be "future-proof" against potential new pandemics. Colour-changing ink on the seat fabric could inform passengers that the cabin has just
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ACA Architects cantilevered rainscreens made of aluminium patterned to look like wood from a hotel at the Dor-Shada Resort on the coast of Thailand as part of a modern makeover. The Bangkok-based architecture practice updated the five-storey hotel building for a client took that wanted to appeal to a younger clientele. "Lightness is the main idea we wanted to deliberately explore
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