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© Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter
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Trollwall Restaurant and Service / Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter

This Restaurant by Norwegian studio Reiulf Ramstad Architects. Named the Troll Wall Restaurant, the building is located at the foot of the tallest vertical rock face in Europe, in Norway’s Romsdal Valley. The Romsdal valley has some of the tallest, sheerest cliffs in Europe and is a popular place for BASE jumping including "birdmen" jumping off cliffs in Wingsuits! This location allows for an exciting setting for the new service and information center...
© Dianna Snape
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Colleges of Science – Bioscience Building / Lyons Architecture

The Sciences Transformation Project located within the Banks Precinct of the Australian National University, will provide world class accommodation for the ongoing scientific endeavour of major chemistry and biological sciences teaching and research within the University...
© Gremsy
7.3

Farming Kindergarten / Vo Trong Nghia Architects

Farming Kindergarten by Vo Trong Nghia Architects, The Kindergarten for 500 preschool children, situated next to a big shoe-factory, is a prototype of the sustainable education space in tropical climate. The building is designed for the children of factory workers within low-budget. The concept of building is “Farming Kindergarten” with continuous green roof, providing food and agriculture experience to Vietnamese children, as well as safe outdoor playground...
© Iwan Baan
7.3

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2016 / BIG – Bjarke Ingels

The Serpentine today reveals the designs for its expanded Architecture Programme for 2016: the 16th annual Pavilion designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG). BIG’s design uses modular elements to create organic shapes: 1,802 elongated composite fiberglass frames are stacked to form two enclosing walls that are pushed outward or “unzipped,” to create a contoured, cavernous interior filled with simple geometric seating and a sculptural exterior...
Refectory - © Hopkins Architects
7.5

Norwich Cathedral Refectory and Hostry / Hopkins Architects

Designed by Hopkins Architects, The new building is placed on the site of the medieval Hostry and uses the archaeological remains of the former structure to create a new Visitors’ building for the Cathedral. It provides exhibition and education spaces and a new Song School for the Cathedral Choir. A large community room offers conference facilities for external groups and brings together those who live and work in The Cathedral Close...
© Hufton + Crow
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Harbin Opera House / MAD Architects

Beijing-based MAD Architects have completed construction of the Harbin Opera House in the northern Chinese city of Harbin but it is not yet open to the public. It is part of the Harbin Cultural Island project, which consists of the opera and a cultural center located along Harbin's Songhua river. The complex covers an area of 850,00 square feet...
© Dano Veselsky
6.8

Weekend House / Pokorny Architekti

At the beginning of the draft weekend house were two requirements of the investor - have a "cottage somewhere in beautiful surroundings" (preferably somewhere in the mountains in central Slovakia) and "should be one log house - cottage"...
© FG+SG
7.5

Tree Snake Houses / Luís Rebelo de Andrade + Tiago Rebelo de Andrade

Tree Snake Houses was designed by the architects Luís Rebelo de Andrade and Tiago Rebelo de Andrade in partnership with the Modular System Company. The characteristic design associated with the slate and the woods at the base suggests a snake gliding between the trees. Like a wild animal in its natural habitat, the house suddenly appears in the visual field of the observer...
© O'Neill Rose Architects
7.4

Choy House / O’Neill Rose Architects

O’Neill Rose Architects, Brooklyn architecture studio was asked to design the house for a builder and his extended family On a charming street in Flushing, Queens, New York, A dream home for the architects’ client, his wife and their two small children, his younger brother and his wife, and their mother...
© Abelardo Gonzalez Arkitektbyrå

Villa Trottaberg / Abelardo Gonzalez Arkitektbyrå AB

The proposal aims to present a house design in Trottaberg.The regulations of the detail plan give credit for architectonic quality and preservation of the site’s specific properties.The site is characterized by a flat topography, a strong relationship with the forest at the East...
© John Lin - RUFWORK

“The Shijia House” (House for All Seasons) / John Lin – RUFWORK

Rural Urban Framework, which is a research and design platform of Joshua Bolchover and John Lin, have a number of attention-grabbing sustainable projects featured on their website. One of them is the Shija Village House, designed as a showcase project intended, according to the architect John Lin, to “change the preconception of Chinese traditional village housing” by being completely self-sufficient...
© Marie-Louise Halpenny
7.3

House on Mount Anville / Aughey O’Flaherty Architects

The Dublin-based practice Aughey O'Flaherty Architects has replaced a 1970s bungalow with an ‘energy efficient’ home in Mount Anville on the outskirts of the Irish capital. Its beautiful combination of materials, use of sunlight, and for integrating ecological elements so seamlessly into such a contemporary design...
© UNION JACKS
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UNION JACKS, LONDON / Blacksheep

Union Jacks is a partnership between Oliver and American Chris Bianco, who is the head chef and owner of Pizzeria Bianco in Phoenix. Located on the ground level of the Central St. Giles mixed-use development recently completed by Renzo Piano on High Holborn...
© Héctor Santos-Díez
7.2

A Cantina / Estudio Nomada

The interior design of the restaurant “A Cantina” in Galicia (Spain) reminds of a forest, with several long, wooden bars that look like trees growing from the chairs and tables up to the ceiling. The architects of Estudio Nomada won the International Restaurant & Bar Design Award 2012 for their creation...
© Shannon McGrath

Shakin’ Stevens House / Matt Gibson Architecture + Design

Shakin’ Stevens House designed by Matt Gibson Architecture + Design. A renovated residence in Melbourne’s Richmond called Shakin’ Stevens was the winner in the Single Residential Interior category. Matt Gibson Architecture + Design’s project uses green elements throughout the interior to provide a “dramatic and clear solution...
© Peter Clarke Photography
7.2

Prahran Hotel / Techné Architects

The Sand Hill Road bought the Prahran Hotel in early 2011, and will reopen it after eight months of hefty reconstruction. At the Prahran Hotel, they had city-based architects Techne design the space, utilising concrete irrigation pipes, each about 2.5 metres in diameter, sitting four pipes high...
© Joyce Wang, AMMO
8.1

AMMO Restaurant / Joyce Wang

Led by Joyce Wang, WANG Studios embraced the unique opportunity to create a cinematic experience in an interior space. The team drew inspiration from the film noir masterpiece, Alphaville, a 1965 science fiction film directed by Jean-Luc Godard that explores the connection between art, technology and society...
© B3 Designers

Carbon Bar Interior / B3 Designers

The Carbon Bar is a welcome addition to the Cumberland Hotel, also home to the Kelly Hoppen designed Gary Rhodes’ W1 restaurant. Carbon features an interior inspired by industrial architecture and brings low-key, yet chic Shoreditch style to the West End...
© Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti
7.4

Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti / Wilson Associates

The Four Seasons Serengeti Lodge is the first Four Seasons in Sub-Saharan Africa located in the middle of the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. Redesigned by Wilson Associates, with a contemporary African aesthetic that capitalizes on the region’s natural beauty, Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti boasts 77 rooms, 12 suites and 5 villas...
Lobby - © 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin
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25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin / KEC Architekten + Studio Aisslinger

This boutique hotel brings the outside in. With interiors imagined by local designer Werner Aisslinger and architecture by Kec Architekten. The small high-rise, Kleines Hochhaus, formerly an administration building, was converted into the 25hours Hotel on commission by Bayerische Hausbau GmbH und Co. KG in 2013 and forms part of this heritage protected building ensemble. Reflections on the building as a historical monument were the focus of the reconstruction work spearheaded by Hild und K Architekten...
© Uxua Casa Hotel & Spa
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Uxua Casa Hotel & Spa / Wilbert Das

UXUA Casa Hotel & Spa is a boutique hotel and Almescar spa located in Trancoso, Bahia, Brazil that was designed and built by Wilbert Das, Creative Director of Italian label Diesel S.p.A.,who is the brains behind this enchanting eco-chic retreat. The one- to three bedroom casas are the epitome of rustic modernism with Southern Bahian and Indian design influences. Each of the ten casas has a kitchen, private garden, open-air bath, satellite TV and Wi-Fi...
© ICEHOTEL

ICEHOTEL / Art & Design Group

As soon as winter begins, a team of snow builders, architects, designers and artists from all over the world gather in the little town of Jukkasjärvi far north of the Arctic Circle. Under the direction of the ICEHOTEL Art & Design Group, they create each year’s version of ICEHOTEL...
© Hotel Aire de Bardenas
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Hotel Aire de Bardenas / Emiliano López Monica Rivera Arquitectos

The Hotel Aire de Bardenas, López and Mónica Rivera and located in Navarre, Spain, consists of a series of blocks in the Bardenas national park. The rooms have huge glass windows with views of the horizon that highlight the feeling of isolation and solitude in this esoteric ho In the same vein, the Graft Lab Bird Island Project consists of a series of living spaces in the forests of Kuala Lumpur with zero environmental impact...
© PLaT Architects
6.8

Xiangshawan Desert Lotus Hotel / PLaT Architects

Prefabricated Xiangshawan Desert Lotus Hotel by PLaT Architects, located in Xiangshawan Desert, in the middle of Ordos and Baotou 800 kilometers west to Beijing. Lotus Hotel is comprised of a series of prefabricated steel elements that are fixed in the fluid sands, which provide a kind of stabilizing element...
© Jaime Navarro Soto

MiTOTEM Bookshelf / ESRAWE Studio

ESRAWE Studio has recently created this MiTOTEM Bookshelf. Visually light but structurally strong; Each shelving unit boasts a tough powder-coated metal frame and wooden surfaces. Playing with visual representations of tension and compression...
© Finn Juhl, onecollection
6.7

Sideboard / Finn Juhl

Finn Juhl was preoccupied with shapes and colours during all of his life because of his great interest in cubist and surrealistic art. Finn Juhl was a pioneer with regard to including colour as an active element in space, furniture and textiles...
© Nikolaj Steenfatt
6.8

Hardened Leather Chair / Nikolaj Steenfatt

Danish designer Nikolaj Steenfatt makes some seriously cool objects. Hardened Leather Chair is made with an old technique for hardening leather in a 100% natural way. The general shape of the chair, which is commonly seen in plastic, gets a natural, living and unique materiality...
© Rob Lewis
8.1

The Living Cube – Multi functional Furniture / illdesigns

The Living Cube is modular, multi-functional furniture for minimalist living. Built in Switzerland and North Carolina, The Living Cube help people maximize their space, large or small, by providing 8-10 different pieces of furniture in one very small footprint...
© Asier Rua + Miras Editions

Float-Kitchen Collection / MUT Design for Miras Editions

FLOAT is a kitchen design collection for the new Spanish brand Miras Editions, Materials such as "copper, ash wood or marble" invade new design for the brand Miras Editions. Together they speak a logical and simple language appealing to emotions, thus giving birth to luxury kitchens...
© Kare Design
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Folk Art colourful Furniture / Kare Design

Folk Art colourful Furniture by Kare Design. Featuring bright colors and unique patterns, the collection is a mix between oriental with a light folk touch. All the furniture - tables, storage units and mirrors - is handmade from acacia and mango wood before being painstakingly hand painted...
© LUKAS PEET

Table Lantern / LUKAS PEET

A table light inspired by oil lanterns. By turning the cork knob of the dimmer you can change the brightness of the bulb, from a subtle orange glow to bright white. When illuminated the color of the yellow inner shade is added to the surroundings...
© Mema Designs

Fan Lamps / Mema Designs

Johannesburg-based studio Mema Designs has been hard at work in producing its latest range of high-quality lighting products. The standout design of the Ukhamba collection is the delicate yet robust Fan Lamp. The material has dynamic reflective characteristics which give the piece a weightless, veil like quality...
© Pulpo

Oda Lamp / Sebastian Herkner for Pulpo

Oda for Pulpo. The studio Sebastian Herkner showcased the whole Oda collection with German manufacturer Pulpo, Each glass is unique. Small bubbles and streaks, as well as minor variations in color and size, are characteristic of handmade glass and are not flaws of design or manufacture.

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© Zahner
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Petersen Automotive Museum / Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates

The Petersen Automotive Museum​ reopened to the public on December 7, 2015. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, the new exterior wraps the museum with ribbons of stainless steel that evoke motion, speed and the lines of a bespoke automobile. At night, the color and steel forms will be lit with LEDs from within to accentuate the sculptural facade of the building...
© Peter Clarke
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South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) / Woods Bagot

The South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) is a world class research facility, accommodating up to 675 researchers from South Australia, Australia and beyond. Cutting edge architecture by Woods Bagot, including an innovative facade design, provides approximately 25,000 square metres of space in an iconic and sculptural form in the heart of Adelaide’s new medical and health precinct west of the city...
© Sam Noonan
6.9

Tree Top Studio / Max Pritchard Architect

The architect Max Pritchard created a personal studio for his practice in Australia with an interesting timber structure. The two-level timber tower is a mere four metres in diameter, but it serves its purpose well. Nestled in amongst the treetops it is accessible from the house by a timber walkway and is striking for its rationalised simplicity and bold sculptural form...
© Pedro Kok
7.5

Casa Vila Matilde / TERRA E TUMA arquitetos associados

Casa Vila Matilde is the newly-refurbished home of Dalvina “Dalva” Borges Ramos, a 74-year-old house maid in the outskirts of São Paulo, Brazil. Ms. Dalva. She had few possessions and was living in a house with structural and sanitary problems. A man in Brazil approached TERRA E TUMA arquitetos associados to rebuild his mother's dilapidated house. The House was rebuilt using standard concrete blocks and decorated with plenty of trees and plants...
fine art-fflowers - © Yulia Brodskaya
7.9

Elegant and Detailed Paper Art / Yulia Brodskaya

Yulia Brodskaya is a well rounded artist that started exploring with using paper in unique ways. She discovered the technique that she later realized is called quilling. By using the technique of quilling, Yulia creates inspiring artworks with extensive detail. She expresses her fascination with paper and her exploration of finding her way of working with paper...
© CRAB studio
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Drawing Studio – Arts University Bournemouth / CRAB studio

The London practice of Peter Cook and Gavin Robotham – CRAB Studio, has designed this curvilinear pavilion with a blue-colored prefabricated steel skin. Two curving skylights, long low openings, and a glazed entrance door give the drawing classrooms a carefully studied dose of natural lighting. Separated from the metal casing, the interior space is molded with glass-reinforced plaster and its continuous undulating surfaces are white...
© Mema Designs
7.1

Fan Lamps / Mema Designs

Johannesburg-based studio Mema Designs has been hard at work in producing its latest range of high-quality lighting products. The standout design of the Ukhamba collection is the delicate yet robust Fan Lamp. The material has dynamic reflective characteristics which give the piece a weightless, veil like quality...
© Tadeas Podracky
7.1

Bronze Collection – Umbrella table & stool / Tadeas Podracky

Tadeas Podracky, a young Czech creative, researches different techniques from around the world. The beautiful design from Podracky is the ‘umbrella table & stool’. He explored traditional crafts from the Yuhang region of China, famous for it’s bamboo and bronze items. Using Bronze and an oil-paper umbrella, which was disassembled and reconstructed to create the table and stool...
© Adrien Barakat
8.5

JTI Headquarters / SOM – Skidmore Owings & Merrill

The building, which further anchors the company and its thousand employees in the city center, offers a fresh perspective on Geneva's urban landscape. Designed by the London office of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Inc. (SOM), known notably for the One World Trade Center in New York and the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the building was designed to blend seamlessly into the surrounding landscape...
© Andrew Rowatt
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SFC Bridge / FIRM AD

The SFC Bridge, A public art and infrastructural collaboration with Marman and Borins. Toronto, ON 2015. Aluminum panels and curtain wall on steel structure, with painted mural interior. demonstrates how creative collaborations can bring playful and unprecedented experiences to urban infrastructure. Officially completed in February, 2015, the project combines public art and architecture to transform a pedestrian access point into a striking landmark...
© Barangaroo Delivery Authority
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Barangaroo Reserve / PWP Landscape Architecture

Barangaroo Reserve is a new public park built from site-extracted sandstone, restoring the historical headland foreshore that has been inaccessible to the public in more than a century. Led by PWP Landscape Architecture and local Australian landscape architects, JPW, the lightng designers at Webb drew inspiraton from the area’s rich and colourful maritme history,...
© Peter Clarke
7.7

The Kettle Black Cafe / Studio You Me

Designed by Studio You Me, the Kettle Black Cafe in Melbourne is a minimalist spot. the space almost creates it’s own new genre of venue. The interior palette was carefully curated with warm finishes of soft oak timbers and polished concrete, with furnishings from DesignByThem, Matte black steel accessories provide a sharp contrast to the light interior, while green accents add a light, playful touch...