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© Populous
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2012 London Olympic Stadium / Populous

The Olympic Stadium in Olympic Park design by global sports design firm Populous, Locate in London, England, is designed to be the centrepiece of the 2012 Summer Olympics and 2012 Summer Paralympics, and the venue of the athletic events as well as the Olympic Games' opening and closing ceremonies. It is has capacity for the games of approximately 80,000 making it temporarily the third-largest stadium in Britain behind Wembley Stadium and Twickenham Stadium...
© Christian Richters
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Al Bahar Towers – Abu Dhabi Investment Council Headquarters / Aedas Architects

Al Bahar Towers, the headquarters of the Abu Dhabi Investment Council designed by Aedas Architects, it has designed one of the first dynamic facades in the world. Based visually on the concept of a mashrabiya screen, this secondary facade has elements that open and close in response to the position and strength of the sun, to form a vital part of the solarshading strategy of the building...
© Ludger Paffrath
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JOH 3 Apartments / J. Mayer H. Architects

Property development group Euroboden is realizing a unique residential building at Johannisstraße in Mitte, Berlin's downtown district. The sculptural design of the suspended slat facade draws on the notion of landscape in the city, a quality visible in the graduated courtyard garden and the building's silhouette and layout...
© Nigel Young, Foster and Partners
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Jameson House / Foster + Partners

The Jameson House is Vancouver’s iconic residential tower in the heart of downtown (838 West Hastings Street). Jameson House is a stunning example of vibrant living designed by the architectural firm of Foster and Partners. This is their first North American residential tower project, and it is meant to redefine luxury and style in residential tower construction, is now 100% sold out...
© Paúl Rivera
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Tori Tori Restaurant / Rojkind Arquitectos + ESRAWE Studio

Mexican architects Rojkind Arquitectos and interior designer Hector Esrawe have designed a Japanese restaurant for Mexico City.Called Tori Tori Restaurant, the project involves converting a house but aims to make the building unrecognisable. A two-layer steel lattice covers the facade of the original house, intended to reference ivy growing on the existing walls behind it.Esrawe has custom-designed all the furniture for the interior...
© Trace Architecture Office
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Museum of Handcraft Paper / Trace Architecture Office (TAO)

Designed by Trace Architecture Office, The museum of handcraft paper is located in a field next to Xinzhuang village under Gaoligong Mountain of Yunnan, a world ecological preserve area in southwest of China. The village has a long tradition on handcraft paper making. The museum project is a part of the plan for preservation...
© Roland Halbe
8.1

HOUSE H36 / MBA/S Matthias Bauer Associates

The house on the hillside exudes both openness and security. Monolithic of insulating concrete and glass he joins as beneficial special module in the context of the stock. Including the outdoor spaces and with views of the city creates a family house with spacious and flexible utility...
© Bureau SRH Architecture

The Birdcage House / Bureau SRH Architecture

The residence is conceived as two elements; a solid concrete base which is the entry to the home and a perforated brass and timber box which is the private areas of the home. Between these two contrasting cool and warm elements is a negative space that forms an open living platform...
© Sou Fujimoto Architects
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NA House / Sou Fujimoto Architects

The new building by Sou Fujimoto Architects might just test the owners’ need for privacy – the House NA.The Tokyo-based studio Sou Fujimoto Architects completed the House NA located in a residential district of Tokyo, Japan: A three story single-family home that is similar in form to a stacked pile of glass boxes of different sizes. The internal areas are set at different elevations...
© Trevor Mein
7.1

Queenscliff Residence / John Wardle Architects

This residence is situated on the top of the cliff overlooking the ocean at the entrance to Port Phillip Bay. It was designed by multi-award winning John Wardle Architects, the building is truly a work of art. The exterior comprises a wide pallet of materials, including folded zinc cladding, shiplapped spotted gum, timber battening and timber-grain off form concrete...
© Javier Callejas
7.1

Garoza House 10.1 / Herreros Arquitectos

Spanish architects Herreros Arquitectos have completed phase one of what Avi Friedman called a Grow Home, which he defined as "a quality product that allows both the perimeter and interior of a house to be expanded and changed to fit the space needs and budget of its owners. Frills are extra." It is a prefab built with simple, cheap materials, inside and out...
© Amos Morgan Photography
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Garage Cabin / Graypants

Seattle-based design studio Graypants transformed a detached garage on Vashon Island, off the coast of Tacoma, Wash. in Puget Sound, from a cluttered storage space into an airy waterfront retreat. In place of shingle-clad walls, the 420-square-foot structure now features a glazed envelope, with a bifold glass door that opens up the south façade...
© Hufton + Crow
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The Hive Library Worcester / Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

The Hive Library, Britain's first joint university and public library, offers a rich variety of resources for students and researchers. This library in Worcester, England, by architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, The scheme accommodates the county archives and records office, history centre, archaeology service and multi-agency customer service centre, in addition to commercial and retail space. The Hive is additionally set to become one of the world’s most sustainable buildings with a 50 per cent reduction in carbon emissions, and a BREEAM “Excellent” rating...
© Trevor Mein
7.1

Queenscliff Residence / John Wardle Architects

This residence is situated on the top of the cliff overlooking the ocean at the entrance to Port Phillip Bay. It was designed by multi-award winning John Wardle Architects, the building is truly a work of art. The exterior comprises a wide pallet of materials, including folded zinc cladding, shiplapped spotted gum, timber battening and timber-grain off form concrete...
© Jeffrey Beers International
7.5

Toy Restaurants / Jeffrey Beers International

TOY is a multi-sensory, stimulating fantasy playground, designed to thrill and entertain. The space is designed by award winning Jeffrey Beers International and hospitality visionaries Derek and Daniel Koch of DUAL Groupe in partnership with China Grill Management. Derek and Daniel look at nightlife through the creative prism of art, fashion and music, and created a space that is decidedly “downtown”...
© Issey Miyake London
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Issey Miyake Flagship Store London Interior / Tokujin Yoshioka

The new ISSEY MIYAKE flagship store is opening on Saturday 11th October 2014 at 10 Brook Street, London. All furniture, fittings and seating has been designed by Tokujin Yoshioka. the idea of combination of technology and hand work has appeared in the store...
© Nguyen Tien Thanh
7.3

Cheering restaurant / H&P Architects

Cheering Restaurant is influenced by the classic Hanoi sidewalk. H&P Architects were inspired by the familiar image of ancient trees overhanging roads and the busy traditional Hanoian sidewalk where activities, such as the sharing of cuisine, happen day and night. The restaurant contains the essence of Vietnamese cuisine culture on sidewalk and creates special experiences for the users bringing people closer to nature...
© Paúl Rivera
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Tori Tori Restaurant / Rojkind Arquitectos + ESRAWE Studio

Mexican architects Rojkind Arquitectos and interior designer Hector Esrawe have designed a Japanese restaurant for Mexico City.Called Tori Tori Restaurant, the project involves converting a house but aims to make the building unrecognisable. A two-layer steel lattice covers the facade of the original house, intended to reference ivy growing on the existing walls behind it.Esrawe has custom-designed all the furniture for the interior...
© Tali Santibanez, Daniel Corvillon
8.1

Hotel Refugia / mobile arquitectos

Hotel Refugia, designed by mobile arquitectos is a hotel designed and built to be one more element of the natural landscape. Its simple, natural, first-class architecture is a harmonious combination of traditional Chiloé craftsmanship and modern design, employing fine woods with a cutting-edge vision that simply astonishes visitors. The construction mimics the natural environment, becoming a part of the landscape without altering it, and evoking the island’s solid and ancient culture...
Exteriors - Hotel and Caldera view 02 - © Grace Santorini Boutique Hotels
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Grace Santorini Boutique Hotels / Divercity and mplusm Architects

Grace Santorini is an exclusive boutique hotel and a member of the award winning Grace Hotels® group. The hotel is included in Tatler's 2011 list of the 101 Best Hotels in the World. Located in the beautiful setting of Imerovigli in the northwest of the island, high above the Caldera, the Grace Santorini is the perfect vantage point from which to view the famed Santorini sunsets that envelop theAegean Sea, and the Cyclades Islands...
LOBBY - © Ace Hotel London
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Ace Hotel London Shoreditch / Universal Design Studio

The Ace Hotel London in Shoreditch is Ace’s first hotel outside the US. Universal Design Studio worked on the project. The design aims to evoke craftsmanship, while guest rooms are based on the idea of staying with a friend. This 258 room hotel is ladened with a beautifully modern juxtaposition of soft and hard textures in muted colours and finished with clean and stark lines...
© Amanoi Resorts

Amanoi Resorts Vietnam / Denniston International Architects

Embraced by a national park on Vietnam’s spectacular coastline, Amanoi is a contemporary beachside resort. Named for the Sanskrit-derived word for ‘peace’ and noi meaning ‘place’, Amanoi is a tranquil retreat situated on a beautiful whitesand beach overlooking spectacular Vinh Hy Bay. This project consists of an Aman Resort of 30 guest pavilions, public facilities, beach club, spa and 27 four and five bedroom villas...
© Indigo Pearl Phuket

Indigo Pearl Phuket Boutique Hotel / Bensley Design Studios

Luxury design hotel Indigo Pearl Phuket is located in a quiet cove on Nai Yang Phuket, Thailand. It was opened in 2007, and in 2011-2012, underwent a partial reconstruction. Surrounded by tropical gardens and a national park. In his intriguing design embodies a unique combination of postmodern art and reflects the history of Phuket...
© Erika Jacob
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KTZE Chair / Erika Jacob

KTZE (cat in German), chair designed based on the partly hidden essence of a cat and the different ways of behavior this feline have. " Mystery " is the word that most can be related to this concept, since the cat hides a mysterious personality that you get to know through their interaction and essence, is serene and enigmatic, thereby interacting with the concept of the structure of this chair...
© Erik Stehmann
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The Blocks Collection / Erik Stehmann

Netherlands-based designer Erik Stehmann presents a furniture collection fully build with blocks of oak wood and glue. Collection consists of table and chair. “Inspired by the typical "woodworker" sentence: "Glue is stronger than wood”...
© Peter Lipton

Gravity Stool / Jólan van der Wiel

Gravity Stool by dutch designer jólan van der wiel is on show as part of imm cologne 2012's [D³] talents programme. the project takes into consideration the laws of physics, departing from the idea that everything is influenced by gravitation. for the series, van der wiel manipulates this natural phenomenon which has a strong shaping effect, exploiting its own power: magnetism...
© Orange22 Design Lab
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Carbon22 / Orange22 Design Lab

CARBON22, a limited-edition line of experimental furniture by Dario Antonioni, founder of the design lab Orange22...
© Vivian Chiu

Psych Cabinet / Vivian Chiu

The concept of this cabinet is to deceive the users by exploring and contrasting the exterior and interior...
© Bloom!

Portable lamp / Rob Slewe for Bloom!

This lamp is literally everywhere. Easy to carry by a built-in handle on the top of the lamp. Very stable even in windy conditions. Modern Li-ion battery technology incorporated into a removable battery pack that can be easily recharged...
© Diesel Living with Foscarini

Hexx Table Lamp / Diesel Living with Foscarini

This lamp is part of Foscarini's latest collaboration with Diesel Living. Designed by the Diesel Creative Team and produced by Foscarini, Foscarini's partnership with Diesel, now going into its fifth year, has evolved tremendously - with products spanning a wide range of materials, innovative lighting techniques, and forms...
© Incipit lab

Tull-Metal Cage Ceiling Lamp / Tommaso Caldera for Incipit lab

Tull is a lamp designed by Tommaso Caldera for Incipit. Of simple and refined design, it is available in two models, table/floor or pendant. Its design is a contemporary reinterpretation of the old lamps that are usually found in workshops. Thanks to the metal cage, the light creates spectacular shadow effects...

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© Hiroyuki Oki
8.3

Termitary House / Tropical Space

The Termitary House is the renovation of a two-storey home. Vietnamese architects, Tropical Space, refurbished an old house and added a perforated grille of brickwork to an existing concrete slab structure, it is built of solid brick only, which meets the extreme climatic conditions of this region. The building is constructed to use the small available space as best and economically as possible...
© Moss & Lam
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W1 Tables / Moss & Lam

A new collection By Deborah Moss, Toronto-based custom art studio Moss & Lam’s artist and co-founder, W1 Tables. Named Dover Street, Dean Street and Mount Street. and the collection evokes a walk around some of the British capital’s most elegant stretches of real estate. Each piece is hand cast using scagliola; a method of mixing cementitious plasters and pigments to create a marbleised surface...
© Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner
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Kiefer technic showroom / Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner

Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner present the Kiefer Technic Showroom in Bad Gleichenberg, Austria, was created with 112 metal tiles controlled by a mechanical system to create a dynamic, changing building exterior. Using 56 different engines, the system can adjust both the light and temperature levels in any of the rooms to obtain the optimal conditions for current activities...
© Luis Beltran
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Valencia Lounge Hostel / Masquespacio

Masquespacio presents its last interior design project for Valencia Lounge Hostel, a hostel of 11 rooms distributed over 236 m2 situated in the old town of Valencia. All the rooms are illuminated by natural light that comes from the balconies. They are decorated in an elegant, modern and simple style that contrasts with the classic tiling and the 18th century windows...
© Fifth column
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Reo Chair / Fifth column

Fifth column bends steel rods to create Reo chair. The ‘reo chair is designed to the robust piece, which was thought as an extension of the grounds of a building with conventional construction materials such as concrete and steel...
© hollis+morris
7.1

Bolt Sconce / hollis+morris

Taking inspiration from one of nature’s most awe-inspiring displays of light. This striking statement piece makes for a bold solution to lighting. The Bolt Sconce is part of the hollis+morris Shapes Collection. Handmade in North America. Solid wood, LED, & nickel plated hardware...
© Dirk Weiblen
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Fushengyu Hotspring Spa Resort / Aim Architecture

This luxury hot spring resort is built around the hilltop of Luo Fu Shan, in Sichuan Province. The site is 300Mu or 21Ha, with 70.000 m2 built surface. AIM has designed the master plan, landscape, architecture and interiors. The master plan is set up to use the different landscape opportunities on the site. The different functions have different types of buildings...
© Iwan Baan
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Via 57 West / BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group

VIA 57 WEST, the anchor of the 57 WEST residential block, provides a dramatic visual gateway to Manhattan’s skyline along the Hudson River. The first project designed in North America by the Danish Architecture firm BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group, VIA 57 WEST offers residents a compelling mix of 709 rental residences, an unsurpassed selection of resident amenities and 45,000 square feet of retail space...
© Anze Cokl
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Alpine Shelter Skuta / Harvard Graduate School of Design + Ofis arhitekti + AKT II

Designed for an alpine site on Skuta Mountain in Slovenia, this cabin offers an intimate refuge for eight visitors nestled in the scenic Alps. Distilling the bivouac down a mountain shelter of bunks and views, the building shifts its roof line like a series of mountain peaks, shedding snow and framing distant scenes. Honoring the client’s commitment to sustainability, the design minimizes environmental impacts:...
© Francis Amiand
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CUP Cuisine Urbaine Parisienne / Studio MHNA

Just opened in June 2016, CUP is the air of Paris. That of the markets, Les Halles, a space of exchange, discovery and melting pot. Marc Hertrich and Nicolas Adnet, co-founders of Parisian interior design firm Studio MHNA, are the creative minds behind CUP – Cuisine Urbaine Parisienne, a bright and attractive eatery – CUP restaurant. Located in the public area of Orly International Airport’s South terminal...
© Koji Fujii / Nacasa & Partners
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Clover House Kindergarten / MAD architects

MAD architects have completed their first project in Japan, the Clover House kindergarten. Located in the small town of Okazaki, the school's setting boasts views of the paddy fields and mountains, characteristic of the Aichi Prefecture. The kindergarten was originally operated out of the old family home of siblings Kentaro and Tamaki Nara, which soon became too small and unfit for expanding their educational goals...
© JOONGHO CHOI STUDIO
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KOVY Chair / JOONGHO CHOI STUDIO

Kovy is designed to characterize simplicity and details from metal frames. The dining chair of the series of Kovy produced by the studio of Joongho Choi is composed of materials to discolor easily for presenting the distinctive character. The designers chose to leave welding marks as well as an unfinished surface in order to create a more industrial aesthetic...