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shyue woon revisits ginza’s nagakin tower for ‘capsule’ photography book

February 17, 2020 macnadusa 0

as the second book in shyue woon’s DARK CITIES trilogy, ‘capsule’ illustrates an imaginary narrative of tokyo‘s famous nagakin tower. portrayed by a series of photographs, the book tells the story of an architect, kisho kurokawa, who is trapped inside his own design and trying desperately to escape. all images courtesy of shyue woon   […]

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The Wing Williamsburg is a black and beige co-working space

February 17, 2020 Bridget Cogley 0
The Wing Williamsburg

Women-focused co-working company The Wing has used a combination of neutral tones and pops of black for its Williamsburg space, which contrasts the colourful aesthetic of its other outposts. The Wing Williamsburg occupies the upper two floors of a newly built three-storey brick building in Brooklyn, New York. The co-working spaces are topped with a spacious rooftop patio

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LOHA creates Dillon617 apartment complex in LA’s Silver Lake

February 17, 2020 Jenna McKnight 0
Dillon 617 by LOHA

California firm LOHA has incorporated stepped terraces and outdoor corridors into this four-storey apartment building in Los Angeles. The project, called Dillon617, is located in LA’s Silver Lake neighbourhood, which has undergone a dramatic transformation in recent years. Once a “sleepy Eastside enclave”, as described by local firm Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects (LOHA), the area is

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Bringing the Outdoors and Indoors Together in a Private Custom Home

February 17, 2020 HD Staff 0

Privacy is at the center of this 354.0 square meter home built by Land & Houses Public Co. in Thailand. Typically, custom homes are constructed without consideration for the relationship between the indoor and outdoor spaces. All too often, there isn’t a flow between the interior and exterior of the home. Or, when flow is […]

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House of Arches / Léo Shehtman Arquitetura e Design

February 17, 2020 Pilar Caballero 0

With 150m², the project brings a complete, fully integrated house, consisting of living room, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom, in an enveloping environment, marked by polychrome and arched openings, which frame the balcony and are repeated in the furniture and decorative elements, impacting visitors.

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Ab Rogers Design harnesses colour for Royal Marsden Maggie’s Centre

February 17, 2020 India Block 0
Maggie's Centre by Ab Rogers

Ab Rogers Design has built a Maggie’s Centre for the Royal Marsden cancer treatment hospital clad in glazed red terracotta and surrounded by a Piet Oudolf-designed garden. The centre in Sutton, England, is formed of four inter-connected volumes with large glazed fronts. Maggie’s Centres are cancer treatment centres that provide comfortable and attractive surroundings for

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