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  • Three time-bending conceptual machines designed by Montreal’s Les Ateliers Guyon ans Sidlee make up a new traveling exhibit from the Art Directors Club of New York and Shutterstock. In an industry where digital reigns supreme, The Art Directors Club of New York (ADC) set out to reinforce their artisanal approach – emphasizing their unique identity […]


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  • With the re-edition of the organically shaped MANTILLE vase, KPM Berlin revives one of the most beautiful works of the manufactory’s famous designer Trude Petri. Trude Petri’s vase MANTILLE, first launched in 1957, resembles an elegant sculpture. The sweeping lines refer to the experimental designs of the 1950s. The waist-like shape conveys the impression of […]


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It’s a studio for an artist. It’s a playground for a designer. It’s a gathering place for friends. Therefore we designed what he needed; of course a long desk for hair make up, some space and walls reserved for him where he can paint, a library, screens for concert videos, a little courtyard, and a […]


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Rather than lamenting the disappearance of the book, the mediatheque project celebrates the opportunity to use space to experience the spectrum of available information from printed books to digital media and computerized information retrieval systems. In contrast to the traditional library where the books and bookshelves wrap around a room creating the space for reading, […]


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Located amidst the scenic trees, The Brown Bar aka lost river modern is a modern cabin in the woods with the amenities of a home. Two hours west of Washington D.C. in scenic Lost River, West Virginia, the cabin has a master bedroom, bath and living space on the main level along with a secondary […]


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The Aix-en-Provence coach station, situated in the immediate vicinity of the historical centre, is the largest in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region with approximately 1900 daily services. Presenting a strong identity, the bus station’s architecture is based on its use (passenger reception, tracking of coaches, waiting times) and on weather conditions (shelter from sun and rain). […]


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