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  • In 2008 our team was hired to create the architectural designs for the Bota Bota floating spa, providing a third incarnation for the former ferry. Now moored in Montreal’s Old Port after two years of construction work, the spa immerses visitors in a multisensory world directly inspired by the aquatic environment and the rich history […]


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  • Today is the day Videotron opens its new flagship store, a unique, avant-garde business space in the heart of downtown Montreal. The in store environment is the collaborative work of Sid Lee Architecture, Sid Lee, the Videotron team, and a number of partner suppliers. They are pleased to invite the public to experience their original […]


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The project consisted in relocating the offices of Groupe Attraction Media and regrouping the following divisions of the company under one roof without dissipating their respective identities: Jet Films, Bubble Television, Cirrus Communications, Delphis Films, La Cavalerie and Attraction Media. The project covered an area of 37,000 square feet. Inspired by urban landscapes, the chosen […]


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57STUDIO’s “Long House” aims to convey the act of passing through from one side of the house to another. This is the reason for the cross base planning of the entire program. The two main axes considered in this strategy are the terrain and the house. A very long pavillion house, developed through one story […]


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The house is situated in Poland, close to Opole. Majority of low density settlement in the surroundings is formed of  “cube – houses”, buildings typical for the 1970’s. One hectare site near the forest, where the building is designed has only one weak point: south – western access. An obvious conflict develops between the driveway […]


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HELMRINDERKNECHT presents Berlin design-duo osko+deichmann’s family of tubular steel furniture with kinks.  The tubing used in the furniture is not bent  – as is normally the case – but rather functionally folded, dented and kinked. The chairs, tables and other furniture derive their final form and function by means of this intentional process of “damaging” […]


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