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The “Bottles’ Congress” project came as an answer to the very particular challenges presented by a wine and spirits store in unique circumstances. According to Tiago do Vale, “three questions presented themselves as the development vectors for the project: how does one display over a thousand different references while still treating each bottle as a special, unique product; how does one address that uniqueness with a modular solution; and how does one design a modular solution that still answe




The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has topped out its Snøhetta-designed extension, marking the halfway point in the museum’s transformation. Rising behind SFMOMA’s existing Mario Botta-designed building, the 10-story addition will add more than triple the amount of gallery space, 130,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor galleries, flexible performance art spaces and a dramatically expanded education program for students and teachers upon completion in 2016. More images after the breakR




Architects: XU Kai Location: Huli People’s Government Heshan Sub-district Office, 705 Fanghu East Road, Huli, Xiamen, Fujian, China, 361009 Area: 9500.0 sqm Year: 2010 Photographs: Amelie Yang Main Material Supplier: Shengde Bricks Co. Ltd, Fujian Manufacturer: Fujian No.4 Construction Group From the architect. Situated in Xiamen, south of China, the JH Factory Complex is located in industrial zone which is in transition to a more “urban” area, meaning the city’s function like ho




For this month’s Destination Design, we head to Xiamen, Fujian Province, China to check out Hotel WIND, designed by TEAM BLDG based around the word “growing” in reference to a building “breaking out from the ground”. Obviously the building is designed by an architect and built by a construction team, but it’s also built around air, the earth, the weather, and the people on site. Located behind the hotel is Yunding Mountain where the architecture fir




Large windows bring copious amounts of natural light indoors       Sonya’s house is instantly recognizable from the street. Located in a quiet neighborhood in a productive (and beautiful) agricultural area just over an hour west of Frank Lloyd Wright‘s iconic Taliesin, the home is distinctive not only for its striking color and rooftop solar array, but for large windows on two floors that offer a sneak peak inside and a flood of natural light. The second th




Architects: Nobbs Radford Architects Location: Sydney NSW, Australia Area: 221.0 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Murray Fredericks Builder: Artechne Structural Engineer: Partridge From the architect. The house is located in the inner Sydney suburb of Birchgrove in close proximity to the harbour. The original section of the house is a simple timber weatherboard cottage.
The rationale was to improve the house by simplification and maximise the outdoor experience on a tight site with neighbou




Architects: MDS Location: Itabashi, Tokyo, Japan Architects In Charge: Kiyotoshi Mori, Natsuko Kawamura Area: 149.0 sqm Year: 2013 Photographs: Toshiyuki Yano From the architect. Semi-interior space implied by the large square hipped roof A house should act as a shelter against natural environments and outside noises. But it is necessary to keep an appropriate sense of distance with the outside, instead of completely isolated from it so that one can feel the atmosphere of the nature and




ColectivArquitectura designed the U-shaped Aroeira III House in Herdade da Aroeira – Alamada, Portugal to work with the elements of the land it’s built on, maximizing sun exposure. With a natural slope and nearby homes, they went with a horizontal design that was split into two levels, one being partially buried underground. The reinforced structure visibly shows concrete on the lower floor and is clad with a coating of Cumarú wood above. The U-shape form is built from t




Dwell on Design NY, curated by the editors of Dwell magazine, debuts at 82 Mercer in SoHo, NY. Join 5,000 design elite as Dwell upends the standard ‘trade show’ format and creates a unique forum to engage, learn, inspire and connect. ArchDaily readers can receive $10 off show passes for the inaugural event with code DODNY registering here.  At this groundbreaking event, influential designers, architects, industry thought leaders and you, will discuss, collaborate and address today’s mos




Architects: amano design office Location: 3 Chome Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan Architect In Charge: Yoshihiro Amano Area: 573.0 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Nacasa & Partners Inc. Structural Engineer: Rhythmdesign , Takushi Nakata Construction Firm: Nakano Corporation From the architect. This is a conversion project that totally renovated a 25-year old office building, located on a back street of Omotesando in Tokyo, in order to facilitate commercial functions.
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Last year, we went to the dark side and explored some pretty striking pieces of architecture. Remember those modern houses with black exteriors? Well, this time we went stark white (even though it’s after Labor Day) and rounded up some houses that not only had white exteriors, they had geometric structures. Enjoy! To help withstand long, hot Portuguese summers, the House in Possanco, designed by ARX Portugal Arquitectos, has a slanted, asymmetrical, white roof and e




This luxury bathroom decorating idea was designed fromEban. The entire shape and detail decoration from this furniture was inspired from the elegant look of furniture style. Using gold color application make this decoration look so amazing and high class. You can show your prestigious personality trough this decoration. We can both mix and match with our idea and inspiration to arrange this furniture look different and outstanding. The gold bathroom furniture designs were completed with the com



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