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This futuristic home theater furniture designed fromAcerbis was totally shows as futuristic additional home accessories for our home theatre. The main function of this accessory was as a enlarger stuff for our TV. This additional screen will help us to get clear and bright picture from our TV. Actually, this stuff was design as hide TV screen idea that place in the drawer cabinet decoration. This idea was thought from the simple space so the designer wants to maximize the space to be functional

Architects: Plasma Studio Location: San Candido Bolzano, Italy Architect In Charge: Eva Castro, Holger Kehne, Ulla Hell Design Team: Peter Pichler Area: 844 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Courtesy of Plasma Studio From the architect. Located in the medieval centre of San Candido/Innichen, Schäfer Roofscape is a newly-completed restoration and conversion of a historical building. The first three stories house a department store while the upper three stories serve as four large, independent

Architects: Moura Martins Architects Location: Lousada, Portugal Project Team: Sara Moura Martins, Ariana Faustino Area: 2,570 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: FG+SG Furniture: Famo Lighting: Tromilux Client: Famo From the architect. It was held a full refurbishment of an office building of three floors. The aim was to clarify the paths and access, as well as an interaction between different floors of this building and the adjacent factory. The top floor is intended for administration a

Architects: Metropole Architects Location: Pennington, South Africa Design Architect: Nigel Tarboton Area: 300 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Grant Pitcher Project Architect: David Louis Project Technician: Simon Wayne Structural Engineers: DDR and Associates Design Engineer: Pat Duffy Project Engineer: Duran Rammanhor Interior Designers: Gabriella Lachinger Landscape Design & Implementation: Elsa Pooley Main Contractor: IMB projects Project Manager: Nic Moussouris From the architect. U

Architects: Bower Architecture Location: Mount Martha, VIC, Australia Area: 260 sqm Year: 2013 Photographs: Shannon McGrath Project Architect: Chema Bould Design Team: Chema Bould, Jade Vidal, Anna Dutton, Bob Sinclair, Rose Heeley, Ben Shields Builder: Phil Ellison (Ellcon Building Contractors) Structural Engineer: Andrew Beattie (Beattie Consulting Engineers) Landscape Design: Sean Edgington From the architect. Hover house is a residence in beachside Mt. Martha (Victoria, Australia)

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This unique wall mirror tile design will give new appearance for our home decoration since both design and idea from this decoration was totally unique and extraordinary design. Catch up the glossy wall tile plans from this product and try to combine with your house design idea. Trough this decoration we will get different look and atmosphere since this decoration will be as reflector for our space. Actually, these decorations can be use for both our kitchen and bathroom space. Special for our

Click here to view the embedded video.  “We were sensitive to the way in which society was becoming more consumption-oriented and gave serious thought to how we ought to respond to that change without simply accommodating ourselves to it.” -Toyo Ito “I was entering a dead world, which would never see the light of the day. I wanted to treat that dead world as if it were alive, or to put it another way, to try to create a different reality.” - Terunobu Fujimori Under the title of Fundamentals, K

Architects: group8 Location: Avenue de la Paix 17 – 19, Geneva, Switzerland Architect In Charge: Adrien Besson, Christophe Pidoux, Julien Potignat, Blaise Fontaine Year: 2013 Photographs: Walter Mair From the architect. Historic and location Within the sphere of the international institutions, the Humanitanium counts’ as the fifth building created by the office group8 and completes the works for the ICRC and the FIPOI, along with the creation of the Logistics hall for the ICRC and the

Recently completed by AOC Architecture, the Bonhôte House is home to a film producer, a boutique owner, and their children in the Stoke Newington area of North London. The four story townhouse needed an overhaul from its original 19th century style that made it dark and unwelcoming, as well as being stripped by the previous owners when they moved out. Part of the floor was removed to create a double-height gallery space between the basement and ground levels at the front of the house

Unable to afford architectural services, many abortion clinics in the US constantly struggle to create a buffer between themselves and the often radical anti-abortion protesters outside their walls (indeed, physical barriers – such as sprinkler systems – are often the only things that make clinic workers and their patients feel safe). To learn more about how architecture can help protect them, head over to Fast CoDesign for their fascinating article. Can Architecture Make Abortion

Architects: LWPAC Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada Architect And Designer: Oliver Lang, Cynthia Wilson Principal, Thomas Bocahut Area: 172 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Ema Peter Developer And Builder: Vanglo Sustainable Construction Group Structural Engineer: PJB Engineering, Pershing J. Balayo Landscape Design: TLZ Design Consultants, Tenille Ziegenhagel Interior Design: Vanglo + LWPAC From the architect. The Vanglo house has been designed as a truly urban dwelling for a compact inner cit

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