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Get Away From the Office in This Mini Cabin

Wednesday 07.23.2014 , Posted by
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There are plenty of reasons to get away from it all, but that doesn’t mean you have to leave all the comforts behind. Studio Allergutendinge have developed a modularly assembled wooden shelter that looks to provide a good balance of outdoor living and minimalist amenities. Perfect for finding inspiration surrounded by the quiet of the natural world. [Read more...]

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5 Iconic Houses Fall From the Sky

Monday 07.21.2014 , Posted by
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Italian product and graphic designer Matteo Muci has remembered five iconic houses from the early to mid-century with a slick animation that sees their various pieces falling from the sky. Including Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye; Gerrit Rietveld’s Rietveld Schröder House; Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House; Philip Johnson’s Glass House; and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater – each is created before our eyes out of their individual design elements. [Read more...]

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Step Inside a Human-Sized Kaleidoscope

Monday 07.21.2014 , Posted by
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The 2013 Kobe Biennale featured an Art Container Contest, challenging entrants to build something spectacular within the confines of the standard shipping container. Designers Masakazu Shirane and Saya Miyazaki created something that enlarged that ‘confined’ space to one that was nearly infinite – a kaleidoscope large enough to step inside. [Read more...]

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World Cup Posters Celebrate Stadium Architecture

Tuesday 07.08.2014 , Posted by
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Portugese architect André Chiote has created a minimalist poster series celebrating this year’s World Cup in Brazil.
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Incredibly Realistic Interiors Carved into Marble & Stone

Monday 06.30.2014 , Posted by
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With a degree in Art History, specializing in art and architecture, Matthew Simmonds is in a small group of people who actually used their college degree for their job. His studies led him to train as an architectural stone carver and worked with teams in the restoration of famous historic buildings like the Westminster Abbey and Ely Cathedral in England. In 1996, after he moved to Italy, Simmonds began carving classical fine arts sculptures in marble and just 3 years later won first prize at the Verona International Sculpture Symposium. Simmonds’ miniature architectural carvings are as beautiful as their full sized counterparts. The meticulous details on such a small scale are even more impressive. The rough edges of the original stone slabs contrast with his clean carvings in a beautiful way. [Read more...]

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Remixing Famous Architecture in Animated GIFs

Monday 06.02.2014 , Posted by
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Taking architecture into the 4th dimension, Axel de Stampa has created animated GIFs featuring some of the world’s most famous contemporary buildings. It’s a playful and mind bending experiment in architectural remixing. [Read more...]

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Could You Find Your Way Out Of A Glass Labyrinth?

Thursday 05.29.2014 , Posted by
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Robert Morris’ Glass Labyrinth is no walk in the park. Commissioned by the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, the transparent installation honors the 25th anniversary of the museum’s permanent outdoor sculpture collection. Clearly, Glass Labyrinth is there to stay; measuring seven feet tall by 62 feet wide, the triangular behemoth weighs in at almost one million pounds and took a team of construction crew, engineers, and staff two months to install. [Read more...]

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No Kids Allowed: This Tiny Treehouse is a Microbrewery

Sunday 05.18.2014 , Posted by
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Some of your more rebellious childhood dreams would have been satisfied by this treehouse – but seriously, this one’s strictly for the adults. Contained inside this tiny 200 square-foot building perched high in the Ohio woods is a fully functional craft brewing system and a stool lined bar. The place sits 22 feet off the ground and is accessed by a 30 foot bridge lined with a safe and sturdy railing for the wobbly walk home. Welcome to Treehouse Brewery. [Read more...]

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Living Between Buildings: A Bold and Smart Solution for Crowded Cities

Tuesday 05.06.2014 , Posted by
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In an increasingly crowded world were people are choosing more and more to live in cities, it’s no wonder space is at a premium. What do you do when there’s little room left? Designers Mateusz Mastalski and Ole Robin Storjohann have a clever solution: live in between the buildings. [Read more...]

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This Building Takes Treehouses To New Heights

Monday 04.14.2014 , Posted by
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Some very lucky citizens of Montpellier, France will have the opportunity to live in a striking tree-inspired high-rise dubbed the “Arbre Blanc,” or “White Tree.” A collaboration between architect Sou Fujimoto, Manal Rachdi Oxo Architects, and Nicolas Laisné Associés, the Arbre Blanc mirrors natural growth patterns in an incredible example of intelligent architecture and design.   [Read more...]

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