AGi architects
“La Ascensión del Señor” Church


“La Ascensión del Señor” Church is the result of the competition organized by the Archdiocese of Seville in 2010. From the beginning, we realized that the design of the church was not a formal exercise but it had to tackle many social issues not so associated to what the representation of a church is. Why? […]


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AHMM
Canalside heritage and high street combine as Brentford Waterside masterplan gets ‘green light’


AHMM, Glenn Howells Architects and Maccreanor Lavington, working collaboratively, have gained approval for Brentford Waterside masterplan, as part of the design team appointed by Ballymore. The visionary one million square foot masterplan is driven by a heritage strategy that aims to reinstate the character of the industrial site’s historic yards, together with reinvigorating and reconnecting […]


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SYAA
Natural Science Museum Complex in Romania


PROJECT GRANTED WITH THE GRAND PRIZE Object of the contest: the building of a Natural History Museum Complex on the site that currently hosts the Dolphinarium in Constanta, modernizing the dolphinarium, building of an aquarium, an exotarium and the design for a botanical garden. The construction of a Modern Museum of Natural Science, equipped according […]


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Constance Guisset
Suite Novotel


Thinking the hotel as a home. Bringing everyday comfort to a public place. Offering open spaces to share. Suggesting intimacy, inviting the host to let be enveloped by seats, lighting and objects. Making them familiar. Integrating technicality, concealing the edges. Taming dematerialization. Playing with formal languages. Cutting corners, softening the lines, adopting colors. Choosing simplicity. […]


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Ian Simpson Architects
Verde, major student accommodation complex in Newcastle


Verde, a major new student accommodation complex in the centre of Newcastle, by Ian Simpson Architects, has started on site. Located on the Science Central site in the city centre, the new £21m complex will house 543 student residential bedrooms. Work on the site is expected to last for just under two years with the […]


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Kohn Pedersen Fox
McCord Hall


At Arizona State University’s McCord Hall, architects KPF and lighting designers Lam Partners used light to give the building a dynamic nighttime feature. “The oculus at McCord Hall can be conceived as a ‘pivot’ between the two wings of the school. To emphasize this, we wanted to create a visual anchor that was as interesting […]


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Modular Lighting Instruments
Duell and Trapz lights


Metallic tints create an exclusive look in the home. Objects with these kinds of tints bring extra life, charm and luxury into a house or project. Trendwatchers are predicting their growing popularity in our interiors, and the copper trend in 2014 certainly did not go unnoticed. The metallic trend is now being taken even further […]


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Girimun Architects
Chengdu Towers


This mixed-use master plan for three adjacent sites sided by the East Second Ring Road of Chengdu features a 260,000 sqm commercial development that connects the future metro station into a loop of retail, 2 office towers, hotels and serviced apartments revolving around an open inner court of sunken plazas. Adjacent to it, an equally […]


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Mathieu Lehanneur for Pullman Tour Eiffel
Business playground


Pullman Tour Eiffel just opened with the second sample of Mathieu Lehanneur’s “Business Playground” concept: reinvention of the meeting room as a perfect illustration of the “blurring” of private and professional life. This room reflects the brand’s “Work hard, Play hard” motto as well as its guests’ lifestyle. It combines performance and pleasure with a […]


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Torafu Architects (Koichi Suzuno, Alicja Strzyżyńska)
Dollhouse Chair


We designed a chair for kids, which can be used as a dollhouse and storage. When split apart down the middle, the chair reveals the shape of a house with a red gable roof. Kids can play dollhouse with their toys and stow them away with other small objects by shutting the chair close once […]


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Nico van der Meulen Architects
House Sar


Located within the leafy suburb of Athol, Johannesburg, stands the latest contemporary stunner from Nico van der Meulen Architects. Designed by the highly acclaimed Werner van der Meulen, House Sar encapsulates luxury, comfort and functionality in a minimalist architectural setting. The clients approached Nico van der Meulen Architects with a modest single storey pitched roof […]


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weR2
The Dream Machine


weR2 (we are two), a collaborative venture between architect and interior designer Suchi Reddy and former gallerist Sara Meltzer, will present The Dream Machine, a customized Airstream that is part-exhibition space and part-travel trailer at UNTITLED. Art Fair in Miami Beach from December 3–7, 2014, following its debut at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum from […]


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Woodendot
Pelican Concept


Close your eyes and imagine a flock of pelicans in flight over the ocean, capable of fishing with their big bag who have on the bottom of its long beak. Inspired by this bird and using a palette of colors obtained from the environment of this bird, WOODENDOT presents “Pelican” its new product. Pelican, handmade […]


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Quixotic Architecture
Freckles


“At a certain garden of which I cannot remember the name, there was an announcement to all magicians of the planet Earth to perform the best trick ever to be seen. Between hundreds of entrants there was a one magician in particular who declared to catch the Sun. Everyone laughed and felt sorry for him. […]


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OMGEVING
The presence of absence in the public park of De Panne


De Panne is a small town situated at the west end of the Belgian coast on the border with France. For many centuries it was nothing more than a fishing village, but with the romantic revolution of the mid-19th century, the town began attracting aristocratic and bourgeois tourists. With the increasing importance of leisure activities […]


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BuzziSpace and Alain Gilles
BuzziVille, a super-modular office collection


Alain Gilles and the BuzziSpace design team got to work together to create the most modular office environment ever. The result is BuzziVille, an office island that you can expand and contract as you please. It was introduced at the beginning of this year, and new combinations, heights and modules will be launched this autumn […]


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TheeAe LTD.
The Guggenheim Helsinki Museum


The environment present in the city is the cityscape that creates the characterisc of the town. It is a form of elevation that our eye can capture. It may be an expression of our needs to survive in the town. Furthermore, it would generate emotional and sentimental effusion by creating a memory out of it. […]


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Egue y Seta
Soft Luxury for Endutex


Should we continue to invest fortunes in retail space renovation when these need to be updated each season? Do we need to sacrifice aesthetic appeal, comfort or luxury in order to achieve interior design schemes that make economic sense? This year’s promotional space “Soft Luxury by Endutex” comes up with the answer to these questions, […]


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TG Studio
Lighting Collection


Thomas Griem, known for his award-winning residential conversions, has now ventured into product design. The collection is inspired by the classic shape of 19th century storm lamps and in particular the Tilley Lamp invented by John Tilley in 1813 re-interpreted by Griem in patinated metal and lacquer with silk and linen fabric shades. Says Griem […]


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Atelier De La Passerelle
Evolution, densifying the city 145 apartments in Lyon


The GVB site is named after the three avenues that surround it: avenue Berthelot, route de Vienne and rue Garibaldi. This 1.7-hectare triangle of former industrial wasteland occupies a highly strategic location within the Lyon metropolitan area. It is situated in an urban area undergoing a profound transformation and developing at a rapid rate, in […]


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