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Kith creates “industrial ambiance” for its Williamsburg store

March 24, 2023 Ben Dreith 0

American clothing brand Kith has created a flagship store in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, that uses brick, wood and steel to reference the industrial history of the neighbourhood. Designed by Kith’s founder Ronnie Fieg and the brand’s in-house team of architects, the Williamsburg location is located in the Gensler-designed 25 Kent Plaza office building, where Kith also

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LBR&A creates dramatic cantilever for CH73 House in Mexico City

March 24, 2023 Jenna McKnight 0

Architecture studio LBR&A has designed a residence that “breaks the imposed paradigms of construction” in a Mexico City neighbourhood where development has reportedly taken its toll on the landscape. The CH73 House is located in the Bosques de las Lomas neighbourhood and occupies a long, slender site that slopes down toward a ravine. Designed for

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O Building / Yohei Kawashima Architects

March 24, 2023 Hana Abdel 0

This is a plan for a three-story tenant building in Musashino City, Tokyo. The site has a distinctive shape, like a flagpole, which connects both the North and the South side of the building. In this plan, we considered greatly the two roles of this shape. Firstly, as a pathway to make the flow of people circulation and secondly as a carefully designed appearance directing people to fresh experience to walk through.

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Buried House / Kallos Turin

March 24, 2023 Andreas Luco 0

Buried House is one of the several seasonal vacation homes Kallos Turin designed on the Villalagos Estate on the coast of Uruguay near Punta del Este. The firm approached the design of Buried House with the idea that the home should be simple in its massing and detailing, consistent in its use of materials, and carefully placed on the land to preserve the site’s integrity and avoid the impression of a conventional house dropped into an otherwise pristine hillside.

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Industrial Interior With Energizing Yellow Accents

March 24, 2023 HD Staff 0

Industrial concrete interiors are loved for their bold and raw aesthetic but they can appear a little on the cold side. In this home visualization by Igor Sirotov, vivid yellow accents bring a powerful warmth to the cool industrial palette. These bright bursts of color come in the shape of woven area rugs, which also […]

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Roxbury House / Desai Chia Architecture

March 24, 2023 Pilar Caballero 0

The Roxbury House marries art and landscape in intimate and broad moments. The house is positioned uphill and on the edge of the 12-acre property to strategically take advantage of prevailing winds for natural ventilation and to minimize site disturbance, allowing the existing open meadow and forest to support local wildlife and native vegetation. The undulating roofs and their deep overhangs simultaneously draw in sunlight at different times of the day and frame landscape views while also reducing direct glare and solar heat gain. Rainwater management— through a series of rain gardens and retention ponds— mitigate erosion along the steep terrain.

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CO’Met Arena Congress and Convention Center / Ferrier Marchetti Studio + Chaix & Morel et Associés + Populus

March 24, 2023 Pilar Caballero 0

Co’met brings together three distinct programs in a new and powerful architectural image. The Arena, the convention center, and the exhibition center come together in a spectacular sequence along the southern entrance to Orléans. The whole constitutes a vast multifunctional facility, a unique tool for sports, culture and events. By installing the functions in a way that is both distinct and continuous, Co’met drastically changes the perception of the entrance to the Orleans metropolis.