// arthitectural / interior design
  • This is rough drawing, absurdity, an variation on the theme. Combination of a shelf and a hanger. The longer the prettier. The best for it is to exist in an empty space on all the walls. Great, cheap and easy-assembly. Hanger by the metre, everybody could order exactly so long as he or she need. […]


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  • During Stockholm Furniture Fair, Wästberg introduces Sempé w153 developed in collaboration with Inga Sempé. A multi-purpose lamp that can be clamped, placed on a flat surface or mounted on a wall. The lamp is equipped with an energy-efficient, high quality LED and an adjustable shade with magnet construction that enables smooth movement and easy assembly […]


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The colorful chairs Verner Panton, which already belonged to the young couple owner of this residence was the starting point of decoration. Unhappy with the lack of harmony of these pieces so important in living, owners discard this thought in furniture, promptly refuted idea. Based on the yellow and orange tones, a floating palette of […]


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  A 2-storey modern residence on a wooded lot in Oakville, Ontario, this modern residence is comprised of a monochromatic palate of stucco, concrete, brick, anodized siding and a mix of opaque and transparent glass. The street-facing front of the residence limits views into the residence, providing privacy through the use of frosted glass and an interior large […]


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The Museum Aan de Stroom (MAS) is between the old docks in the heart of “Het Eilandje”. This old port area is the major urban renewal project in the center of Antwerp and is developing as a vibrant new city district. The Building The MAS is designed as a sixty-meter-high tower. Ten gigant natural stone […]


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It may come as a surprise to find a flourishing catholic monastery in the midst of an industrial city like Duisburg. The urban district of Hamborn is, however, rather different from the ones dominated by withering heavy industry. The site of the present St. Johann Abbey in Hamborn was already settled more than a thousand […]


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