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© Rob Parrish Architects: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris Location: London, UK Area: 40000.0 ft2 Project Year: 2013 Photographs: Rob Parrish, Timothy Soar Development Manager: Exemplar Properties Principal Contractor: Mace Group Demolition/ Enabling Work Contractor: Keltbray Group Project Manager / E

Pear Tree House, Photographer: Nick Worley An exclusive architect-led, behind the scenes talk and tour of this RIBA London Award winning family home by Edgley Design. Discover the stories behind the building, what inspired the architect and what it means to have won this prize.The building, described by the jury panel during the RIBA Awards process as:"The construction is immaculate and details careful considered and executed. Materials that in other hands could feel opu

In Ostfildern, a suburb of Stuttgart, Café Pause had been a popular meeting spot but was in need of a revamped presence once a new leaseholder came into the picture. Ippolito Fleitz Group was tasked with giving the cafe a new look elevating it to a cultural spot that could house multiple functions, like small concerts by a local music school. Desiring an upscale interior, the new tenants wanted a space that was suited for high-end bistro food that they wished to serve. While the desi

The main spirit of this accessory was the inspiring quote hook designs that were try to give the user or the owner of this hook become spirit-full and has a high spirit for their life. The modern and minimalist design of this quote hook was inspired from the urban character of youth and the thoughtful plans of the designer. The minimalist side of this hook will make this hook become space saving and suitable for almost the whole wall side in our home space. This slim and applicable wall hook wa

Courtesy of Woohyun Kang Architects: Archihood WXY Location: Bokjeong-dong, Sujeong-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea Architects In Charge: Woohyun Kang, Youngjin Kang Area: 596.0 sqm Project Year: 2015 Photographs: Courtesy of Woohyun Kang Courtesy of Woohyun Kang “There is a small gap which arise

© Masao Nishikawa Architects: APOLLO Architects & Associates Location: Setagaya, Setagaya, Tokyo 154-0017, Japan Architect In Charge: Satoshi Kurosaki Area: 144.0 sqm Project Year: 2015 Photographs: Masao Nishikawa, Masao Nishikawa Structural Engineer: Masaki Structure Mechanical Engineer: Naoki Matsumoto Lighting Design: SIRIUS LIGHTING OFFICE

Tirmizi Campbell, a New York-based architecture and design firm, recently finished a renovation at The Albert in New York City. The scope of the project included combining two adjacent apartments into a single residence for a young couple. The result is a light-filled, spacious home filled with modern elements. Wood accents warm up the crisp white walls, which includes some of the original brick. The kitchen is custom and finished mostly in white. Bright red dishes decorate the bui

James Carpenter Design Associates, Sky-Reflector Net This October, UrbanGlass in Brooklyn will host a one-day workshop with architect James Carpenter. James' work with UrbanGlass began more than two decades ago, when he worked in our studios to create unique projects in glass. The class "Light: Beyond Transparency" requires no previous knowledge about glass processes and techniques, but will include time in the studio learning about how the material is manipulated."Light

© Koji Fujii / Nacasa and Partners Architects: Kubo Tsushima Architects Location: 1 Chome-1-29 Nakameguro, Meguro-ku, Tōkyō-to 153-0061, Japan Area: 1897.0 sqm Project Year: 2015 Photographs: Koji Fujii / Nacasa and Partners Designer: Hideaki Kubo, Yumi Tsushima Contractor: Fujita Bill Maintenance Owner: Prio

Forget the welcome mat – this house welcomes you with a monstrous ‘HELLO’ when you approach it. A two-bedroom Victorian-era home and creative studio, in Richmond, Melbourne (VIC), Australia, the Hello House was designed by OOF! architecture who put an unforgettable spin on its exterior. Instead of the typical brick exterior, they laid the white brick out in such a way that the facade greets you with hello. The Hello House is located in an established neighborhood

This artistic bathroom applications system will beautify our private space called bathroom and make us feel attractive and interested with both design and concept of this bathroom tile. Actually, if we were looking down into the main landscaping of this bathroom tile we were be able to see the artistic and aesthetic style of this wall bathroom tiles. Furthermore, this bathroom tiles was completed with various style and kind of decoration. There was the floral tile with gold and silver color app

© Flickr user Fourrure Sydney. Bilbao. Nouméa? They are cities recognized, popularized, and revitalized by a single foreign intervention of modern architecture. The phenomenon by which this occurs, often dubbed the “Bilbao Effect” in reference to Frank Gehry’s iconic museum, is one of the most fascinating and sought-after contributions of modern architecture to economic development.The latter of these locations—the capital of the Pacific island cluster of New Caledonia—ma

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