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  • This Exhibition Pavillion was born to Traveling, his nature is to be disassembled and reassembled in different places. After travelling in Hong Kong, Tokyo and New York since 2007, this great “white shell” in reflective material, donated by Chanel at the Institut du Monde Arabe in the April 28 2011, in his permanent home will be […]


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  • The Institut du Monde Arabe designed by Jean Nouvel is a building that joins the two cultures, two histories. If the south side of the Institute reveals the modern character of the oriental diaphragms that recovering the historical themes of the Arab geometry with the ideation of 240 moucharabieh that just open and close each […]


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These blocks, tower thing and leaning cubes on Barceloneta beach [Playa de la Barceloneta – 41°22’35N 02°11’28E] near Port Vell, which seem to have become a bit of a landmark, are actually an art work called L’Estel Ferit (the wounded star or the injured comet) it was designed by the artist the German-born Rebecca Horn […]


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In a perfect interior all elements match. From furniture to accessories, from layout to architecture. That’s why interior architect Remy Meijers not only is interested in the overall picture but also in the smallest details. To achieve a good balance, he designs most furniture himself so that architecture and interiordesign complement and reinforce each other. […]


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A-cero presents one of its more actual projects, a restaurant located on the North of Madrid (Spain).The restaurant, called Pombo 18, has been recently opened. A-cero provides movement to the interior design with curved lines and organic shapes typical of the studio’s latest works. The colors chosen are mainly brown in different tonalities. This brown […]


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The history In a small terrain of 16m width by 20m long in the middle of a flat Belgian landscape, raises a 30m high water tower built between 1938 and 1941 for and by the village of Steenokkerzeel. It has been in service until the beginning of the nineties and was used by the Nazis during the […]


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