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One of these applicative vertical garden designs were try to show both nice look and handsome style of a home furnishing system with down to earth application and eco friendly style. The whole wall garden system in this series will make us feel attracted and want to have one of this gardens furnishing landscaping. This vertical garden will complete both our indoor and outdoor home space and we can add several garden applications to make this garden side look nice and attractive. As one of garde




These applicative mid living room ideas were look simple and applicative. Located in indoor space of the house, this place was close with the outdoor space actually. We will see that this living room was look similar with the terrace space and we can see the similar application of this space started from interior and furniture theme of the space. The huge open landscaping bedroom of this pavilion was tried to support the main theme of the living room. If we were looking down the whole space of




Continuing a curatorial program of experiments, collaborations and interdisciplinary projects, the Gallery at REDCAT presents Small Museum for the American Metaphor September 27 to November 30, 2014. REDCAT gallery curator Ruth Estévez invited the Belgian architect Kersten Geers to develop the exhibition, which focuses on themes that are clearly evident in the architectural work he creates with his firm, OFFICE Kersten Geers and David Van Severen. As Geers explains: “Small Museum for the Amer




Architects: UnSangDong Architects Location: Seongsu, 300-1 Seongsu-dong 2(i)-ga, Seongdong-gu, Seoul, South Korea Architect In Charge: Jang Yoon Gyoo, Shin Chang Hoon Design Team: Kim Sung Min, Kim Min Tae, Seo Hye Lim, Ryu Sam Yeol, Ahn Hye Joon, Kim Won Il, Ahn Boo Young, Kim Mi Jung, Jo Eun Chong Area: 1014.0 sqm Year: 2012 Photographs: Sergio Pirrone Structural Engineer: Thekujo Mechanical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer: HIMEC From the architect. The city is required the concept of




If you combine fine French dining, a touch of Art Deco, and a bohemian twist, you have Bibo, a newish restaurant in Hong Kong. Bibo is not only the restaurant’s name, it’s the nickname of a discreet artist and coordinator behind the project. Working with Substance, the restaurant aims to redefine understated luxury. The first of its kind, the restaurant is an ongoing project that works with artists, both contemporary and street, from around the world and displays their wo




Unbuilt Visions promotes critical debate about architecture and design by acknowledging excellence in unbuilt projects. This annual competition provides an opportunity to engage with architecture, urbanism, interiors, and designed objects at the conceptual stage by recognizing work that offers a critical contribution to worldwide architectural discourse. Throughout time, unbuilt projects have exerted significant influence on the trajectory of global architecture and design.  Étienne-Louis Bou




Architects: i.House Architecture and Construction Location: Nhà Bè District, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam Design Team: Le Canh Van, Dang Huy Cuong, Chu Ngoc Anh Area: 82.0 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Le Canh Van, Vu Ngoc Ha From the architect. The house is located not too deep in a rather quiet lane on the outskirts of Saigon. Like many houses in Vietnam, it has constantly exposed to the bustling surroundings as dust, heat, noise etc. Because of these factors, the house owner (also active in d




In 2011, adjkm won an international competition to design the Simon Bolivar Complex for Social Action through Music (CASMSB - Complejo de Acción Social por la Música Simón Bolívar) in Caracas. Now, almost four years later, the Venezuelan practice has released their updated design for the “Caracas Symphony” in preparation for its groundbreaking at the end of this year.  The building is being constructed for the El Sistema project, an internationally distinguished program based on the premise t




Architects: Sergey Makhno , Illya Tovstonog Location: Ukraine Area: 200.0 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Andrey Avdeenko Pictures: Oleg Tistol Sculptors: Nazar Bilyk, Dmitriy Grek, Sergey Redko, Yuriy Musatov From the architect. Minimalism with loft elements and warm notes of Ukrainian art create a special atmosphere in the workshop that, like a mirror, reflects the owner’s inner being. The key concept of the architect’s office project is to implement the elements worked out by the design




Poland-born, New York-based architect Daniel Libeskind’s instantly recognizable work straddles genres, easily sliding into both categories of art and architecture. His life brought him to America in 1964 where he became a citizen and eventually set up shop, but not before establishing his architectural studio in Berlin in 1989. Libeskind’s 2003 move to the States was brought on by being selected as the master planner for the World Trade Center redevelopment. With everythin




The October issue of a+u introduces 14 recent works from around the globe. In particular, the issue is focused on architecture that emerged from the relationship with the urban structures or the developmental history of the site. Over time, they influence and transform the surrounding environment. Architects employ diverse “tactics” in order to create such architecture: collaborating with the residents, relating to the neighboring buildings and open spaces, diversifying the building’s programs




Architects: eleven nine inteiror design office Location: Chuo Ward, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan Area: 330.0 sqm Year: 2009 Photographs: Seiryo Yamada From the architect. We had the 1st floor entrance of the pro-design vocational school renovated into a main one.We proposed to have another added-value, other than learning and acquiring technical knowledge, incorporated in the space, in addition to the value of going to the school. That is to make friends. We proposed to change the



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