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Architects: Junsekino Architect And Design Location: Bangkok, Thailand Area: 415.0 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Spaceshift studio Interior Designer : Junsekino Architect And Design Structural Engineer : Nares Kamplaew Builder : Jarin Dejchutrakul From the architect. Based on the owner’s appreciation of steel structures, the expression of this building is a simple and straightforward but distinctive design using structural steel as the primary material. Besides the characteristics and in




If ever there was a place where dreams were made, I’m pretty sure the Poncelet Cheese Bar Barcelona would be it. Designed by estudi{H}ac, the new spot is located inside the Hotel Meliá Sarriá and deliciously fills a total of 400 square meters (4305 square feet). From the start, the restaurant makes a bold impression with an imposing facade made up of wooden pieces that form a three-dimensional diamond pattern. A reception area greets patrons with a library-type setup that off




A team of architects from Rome have been announced as winners of CTRL+SPACE’s ideas competition for a digital arts museum in central Madrid. The competition challenged teams to envision a 21st-century contemporary arts museum that embodies technology as an “integrated medium of work” and questions the meaning of “public access.” The winning proposals, after the break. First Prize: Urban Interface / Arch. Michelangelo Vallicelli, Lorenzo Sant’Andrea, Nicolò Troianiello (Rome, Italy) “If




Architects: Takeshi Hosaka Location: Kanagawa, Japan Area: 175.0 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Koji Fujii / Nacasa&Pertners Inc. Structural Engineers : Hitoshi Yonamine, Ove Arup & Partners Japan Ltd Acouctics : Ayako Hakozaki, Nagata Acouctics From the architect. A protestant church is standing at a rich green residential area at a 10-minute walk from the Shonan beach. The meetinghouse of the 50-year old church became too small and it came to a decision that a new church would b




It’s been two years since we checked in with you guys, so we figured it’s probably time to chat again… To continue improving your experience reading Design Milk, we have a new Reader Survey! To sweeten the pot, we thought we’d motivate you a little bit by offering an incentive. We partnered with SmartFurniture.com who is generously giving TWO lucky survey-takers a brand new Eames Dowel Leg Side Chair in the color of their choice (a $399 value!). Wo




In celebration of the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain’s 30th anniversary, Diller Scofidio + Renfro has installed an immersive exhibition that encourages visitors to experience the Jean Nouvel-designed, glass and steel museum building in an entirely new way. “The Fondation Cartier building designed by Jean Nouvel will be used as raw material for their work, a first in the history of the institution. Musings on a Glass Box is a complex work occupying the entire ground floor of the Fond




Architects: Harunatsu-Arch Location: Izumo, Shimane, Japan Architects In Charge: Shoko Murakaji, Naoto Murakaji Statics : Tatsumi Terado Structural Studio / Terado Tashumi Area: 68.0 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Kai Nakamura From the architect. The project site is located in the Izumo Plain made of sands carried by the Hii River, leading to Lake Shinji, and the Kobe River, leading to the Sea of Japan, in Izumo City of Shimane prefecture. It is known as a rice‐producing district in Shimane




Dulwich Residence is a minimalist home located in Montreal, Canada, designed by Naturehumaine. Situated near Montreal’s south shore, the clients wanted a contemporary extension that would coexist with their existing 1920′s residence. The extension and existing structure are separated by a glazed volume where the vertical circulation of the home is situated. The original structure would also undergo reorganization in order to meet the requirements of the clients. The entry




First of all, creativity is the main point of making something while the next thing is the passion to make that thing become real. This suburban house design is started from that imagination and now we can see the great dream of human being is coming true. The suburban house blue print is provided to be the couple of this house. Located on the site side of a road, this house is a calm house event the surrounded space are traffic. We can see the evidence through the real condition of this house,




In 2012, the TED Prize was awarded to an idea: The City2.0, a place to celebrate actions taken by citizens around the world to make their cities more livable, beautiful and sustainable. Now, on the newly relaunched TED City2.org website, you can find inspiring and informative talks on topics like housing, education and food, and how they relate to city life. Preview a sampling of these city centric talks, featuring eight ideas for the future of cities, here. News via TED. Eight Ideas for the




Architects: L3P Architects Location: Zürich, Zoo, 8044 Zurich, Switzerland Architects In Charge: Martin Reusser, Boris Egli, Markus Müller, Frank Schäfer Year: 2014 Photographs: Sabrina Scheja Building Constructor: Zurich Zoo Landscape Gardener: vetschpartner Landscape Gardeners Engineer: Freihofer & Partner Building Physics: Wichser Acustic & Building Physics Electro Engineer: Schmidiger + Rosasco Sanitary Engineering: GRP Engineers Hlkk Engineer: ahochn Interior Design Zoo Shop:




A new edition of NOWNESS’s In Residence series, ventures to Southern California to tour the home of famed architect Ray Kappe. If you’re familiar with the architecture of Southern California, then you will definitely know Ray’s name. Located in LA’s Runyon Canyon, Kappe’s home, which is now considered one of his most celebrated works, was built about 50 years ago. It seems to maintain its mid-century spirit, too. Watch: In Residence: Ray Kappe on Nownes



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