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  • What was once a disjointed set of rooms were all combined into one large great room, complete with a new kitchen. The open, modern design space admits light and openness to nature and allows this family with small children to live together in comfort. Location: Mountain View, California Architect: Klopf Architecture Project Team: John Klopf, AIA, […]


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  • Daniel Woo, the owner of Sushilicious set out to open a fun, fresh, modern, affordable family sushi chain restaurant. With a sense of humor, Sushilicious is a 2,400 square foot cross-cultural experience that pulls inspiration from everything entertaining in Japanese and American pop culture.   Guests are greeted in the reception area with warm, tropical […]


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Program: To remodel an existing 7,000 sq.ft. 1930’s Art deco Masonry Building Art Gallery into office and work space for production of TV commercials and music videos. Solution: Reactor presented the unique challenge of satisfying the client’s requirement to move into a completed space in less than fourteen weeks from the beginning of the design […]


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The Vapeur collection uses the pleats mechanical and structural qualities to create strange and large self-supporting volumes, which nicely filter the light. Designer: Inga Sempé Project name: Colored Vapeur lamps Sizes Vaporetto: 36x36x25cm Small Vapeur: 63x35x54cm Hanging Vapeur: 52x55x40cm Public prices Vaporetto: 200€ Small Vapeur: 260€ Hanging Vapeur: 260€ Photos: Claire Lavabre


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The preamble The residential infill development of The Hintonburg Six is an example of looking back at the history of a place in order to be informed on how to move forward in the present. The Hintonburg Six also illustrates how the three levels of design; that is, urban, architecture and landscape, can and should exist in […]


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