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Ten architecture projects from students at the Academy of Art University

June 18, 2021 Dezeen staff 0
Academy of Art University

An aquarium designed to protect marine biodiversity and a healing centre using horticultural techniques to help treat mental illness are included in our latest school show by architecture students at the Academy of Art University. Other projects include a “public living room” that blends neighbourhood life with areas for privacy and a residential hub designed to enable

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KPF designs Blue Pool Road semi-detached residence on Hong Kong Island

June 18, 2021 Dezeen staff 0
Hang Lung Properties

Dezeen Promotion: developer Hang Lung Properties has unveiled the 23–39 Blue Pool Road development designed by architecture studio, Kohn Pedersen Fox, to “offer a unique lifestyle that combines urban buzz with residential comfort”. The site includes 18 semi-detached three-storey residences that are each equipped with a private rooftop, courtyard, five en-suite bedrooms, balconies and a

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Google’s opens first physical retail space in NYC by Reddymade

June 18, 2021 Dan Howarth 0
Google Store interior

Google has opened its first physical retail space in New York’s Chelsea, designed by architecture studio Reddymade to include cork furniture and recycled materials. Welcoming its first visitors on 17 June 2021, Google Store occupies a ground-floor space in the former Port Authority Building – a vast art deco structure that is home to the

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Studiopepe draws on Milanese stations for La Rinascente womenswear department

June 17, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Rinascente womenswear department by Studiopepe

Design and architecture agency Studiopepe references Milan’s offices and metro stations in its revamp of the fourth floor of the city’s renowned luxury department store La Rinascente. The fourth floor, which is home to the store’s womenswear department, has been reimagined by the Milanese studio using bold graphic elements and pop colours. Studiopepe, founded in Milan

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