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No Hardware Is An Often Overlooked Option For Kitchen Cabinets

January 20, 2020 Erin 0

Architecture firm Bradley Van Der Straeten has designed a brick extension for a house in London, England, and as part of the interiors, they included a modern wood kitchen without hardware. To stay within their budget, the designers created a kitchen using standard off-the-shelf kitchen units, but they had natural oak fronts and facing dividers […]

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No Hardware Is An Often Overlooked Option For Kitchen Cabinets

January 20, 2020 Erin 0

Architecture firm Bradley Van Der Straeten has designed a brick extension for a house in London, England, and as part of the interiors, they included a modern wood kitchen without hardware. To stay within their budget, the designers created a kitchen using standard off-the-shelf kitchen units, but they had natural oak fronts and facing dividers […]

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Pink Tulum residences surround central courtyard and pool

January 20, 2020 James Brillon 0
Mi Querido Tulum by Salvador Reyes Rios

Mexican firm Reyes Rios + Larrain Arquitectos has covered the walls of an apartment complex in Tulum in stucco that is pigmented pink to contrast pockets of greenery. Mi Querido Tulum, which translates as or My Dear Tulum, is an apartment building comprising 38 flats in the popular holiday destination on Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula. The

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green roofs top mono architekten’s school extension in berlin

January 20, 2020 macnadusa 0

in the prenzlauer berg area of berlin, mono architekten has completed the design of an after-school care center for the waldorf school. the urban site poses a unique position between socialist prefabricated structures, wilhelminian style blocks and the green spaces of the nearby jewish cemetery. the existing school itself is a 5-story prefab dating back […]

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Pivoting red metal panels form walls of neighbourhood pavilion in Tblisi

January 20, 2020 India Block 0
8-23-VI Pavilion by Medium

Design collective Medium has completed 8-23-VI, a pavilion with moving walls that is a new public place for residents of Gldani neighbourhood. Made of red corrugated metal panels raised on a base of breeze blocks, the pavilion is a sheltered spot for neighbours to gather that can be opened and closed as they like. Medium started

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El Sitio Restaurant / Estudio Alinea + Cristóbal Lamarca

January 20, 2020 Andreas Luco 0

Restaurant located in Ensenada, Puerto Varas, south of Chile. Within a wooded area on the shores of Lake Llanquihue, this building is conceived as the founding project of a master plan with mainly tourist purposes, which covers the entire plot of two hectares. Being the main objective of the territorial organization, the opportunity to offer the visitant to recognize the different parts of the landscape; the lake shore, the beach, the riverbank and the forest where the building is located.

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Light Falls House / FLOW Architecture + Magrits

January 20, 2020 Andreas Luco 0

The project consists of the practically complete demolition and reconstruction of the existing dwelling — a large four-storey end-of-terrace house, originally built in 1851 — together with the addition of a basement and a double-height rear-extension. Challenging the traditional way of inhabiting historical housing, the project responds to the needs of a family dissatisfied with the poor quality of light inside the building and with the compartmentalised Victorian layout. Spatial planning was driven by maximising the potential for natural light and the fluidity of the vertically stacked living spaces, in order to accommodate the client’s living requirements and their growing art collection.

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Sculptural white wall hides staircase in renovated 19th-century Soho warehouse

January 20, 2020 Jenna McKnight 0
Soho Loft by Julian King Architect

A new sleeping mezzanine, a bookcase with a rolling ladder and a sprinkler main painted bright red are among the features in this airy New York apartment that has been updated by local architect Julian King. The project, called Soho Loft, is located in a cast-iron building that dates to 1872 and once housed a

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