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  • The main purpose of the renovation was to establish a relationship with the surroundings that will integrate the sense of living in the tropics, taking advantage of the spaces in between the outside and inside and validating those as the desire tropical way of living. The project required a addition that was overlap to the […]


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  • Fence, garden, wooden facade, exterior wall, social rooms, private rooms—the farther one gets into the villa by the lake, the more private and gentle the building appears. Privacy is the central theme of this single-family home in close proximity to a lake. In a time which supposedly knows no privacy any more, the built volume […]


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The Cube is a new landmark building in central Birmingham. It marks a key moment in Birmingham’s development: the first of a new phase of visionary buildings which will pave the way for the new Library of Birmingham and New Street station. Comprising offices, parking, apartments, retail units, a hotel, spa, restaurant and “sky bar”, […]


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The idea behind this project was to convey the feel of a traditional, old fashioned eatery using contemporary design. The central focus of the space is a large cupboard placed opposite the entrance. Made of white lacquered and natural matte medium density wood, this object is both a functional element (it accommodates a wardrobe, shelves, seating and counter space) and […]


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As the workspace for the professionals that make strive to make customers their most glamorous, it’s no surprise that hairdressing salons have become synonymous with cutting edge interior design. For the style set in Melbourne, Australia the salon design stakes have gone up a notch with the creation of Charlie by Australian design studio SJB […]


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Perspective is the fundamental historic difference between Western and Chinese painting. After the 13th Century, Western painting developed vanishing points in fixed perspective. Chinese painters, although aware of perspective, rejected the single-vanishing point method, instead producing landscapes with “parallel perspectives” in which the viewer travels within the painting. The new museum is sited at the […]


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