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© Benjamin Benschneider

Federal Center South Building 1202 / ZGF Architects LLP

Federal Center South Building 1202 is a 209,000-square-foot office for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Northwest District. Located within the Federal Center South campus on the edge of downtown Seattle, the new regional headquarters redevelops 4.6 acres along the Duwamish Waterway. It is adjacent to the Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant designed by Albert Kahn, on a brownfield site previously occupied by a non-historic warehouse...
© Hufton + Crow

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...
© Dianna Snape

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...
© Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner

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...
© Simone Bossi

Duecentosessanta MQ art pavillion / Simone Bossi

The Italian architect won this year's 260MQ International Competition, which encourages artists and designers to transform a certain space into something beautiful and useful. Bossi's Duecentosessanta MQ (Italian for 260 square meters) is a scenic and serene man-made forest and lake in Trento, Italy...
© Bureau Detours - Kristoffer Tejlgaard & Benny Jepsen

Peoples Meeting Dome / Bureau Detours – Kristoffer Tejlgaard & Benny Jepsen

The two Danish architects Kristoffer Tejlgaard and Benny Jepsen have recently completed a deconstructed geodesic dome, commissioned by BL, the interest organization representing about 700 housing associations, which manage almost 20% of Denmark's dwellings. The architects wanted to create a unique structure not only for the event (which was intended to discuss the future of housing), but also offer an independent piece of work that would in itself be a contribution...
© Paal-André Schwital

Plus House Larvik (ZEB Pilot House) / Snøhetta

The Plus House, Norway’s first Multi-Comfort House was inaugurated in September in Larvik. The construction of this boldly contemporary house, designed by the architect firm Snøhetta, is the initiative of two Building Distribution Sector brands: Optimera and Brødrene Dahl. They worked with ZEB (Norway’s Research Centre on Zero Emission Buildings),..
© Jose Campos

Mima House / Mima Architects

MIMA House is an exquisite dwelling manufactured in northern Portugal. It is unique for its ability to be reconfigured by the owners in project and also post-delivery. The interior walls consist of lightweight panels that can be easily relocated or removed by two people. Several years have been spent refining the concept in order to arrive at a finished product that would be quick to manufacture, easy to assemble, of good quality and affordable...
© Nelson kon

V4 House / Studio mk27 – Marcio Kogan

Brazil-base Archiects Studio mk27 - Marcio Kogan has create V4 House in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The contemporary house 600 sqm of residence V4, which took four years to built, consists of just one large living room with three open areas...
© Sandra Pereznieto

Tepoztlan Lounge / Cadaval & Sola-Morales

Barcelona and Mexico City-based studio Cadaval & Solà-Morales have recently completed the Tepoztlan Lounge, the first building of a larger project which comprises a series of bungalows of different sizes and designs, in a concept of hospitality which foresees a rental period of years, months or days...
© Toshiyuki Yano

Toda House / Office of Kimihiko Okada

Designed by Tokyo-based architect - Office of Kimihiko Okada, a single family residence in Hiroshima, Japan. Positioned on a perch like a bird's nest, this house is raised on stilts to give panoramic views of the beautiful Inland Sea and Miyajima...
© David Closes arquitecto

Convent de Sant Francesc / David Closes arquitecto

The intervention in the church of the convent of Sant Francesc aimed to convert the building into a cultural facility. The two phases implemented have allowed the building put to use as an auditorium and multipurpose cultural space. It is expected that in the future, a third stage of use of historical archive to the upper floors of the chapels on the south side of the church...
© Kengo Kuma

Starbucks Coffee / Kengo Kuma

Kengo Kuma has completed what is probably the world’s most idiosyncratic Starbucks Coffee in Tokyo. Kuma used 6cm square blocks, which he suspend while giving them a functional role as part of the ceiling support. The blocks intersect obliquely, suggesting branches in a forest. The architect wanted to suggest that Starbucks is nestling in a tree...
© Peter Clarke

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...
© Maarten Willemstein

Bar Basquiat / Studio Modijefsky

Dutch design studio Modijefsky has recently completed a new bar in Amsterdam inspired by American painter and poet Jean-Michel Basquiat. Bar Basquiat is an American-style diner in the multicultural neighbourhood of Indische Buurt in Eastern Amsterdam. the design features references to his naïve style, approach to rich earthy tones and trademark collage-like layering of colour-sketch-text...
© Joakim Blockstrom

Cabinet in the window for Tod’s / nendo

Window displays for the Tod's shops at the Galleria and on the Via Spiga in Milan, shown only during this year's Salone. At its heart, the Salone is a furniture fair, so we created each vitrine as one piece of furniture...
© Caffe Streets, Norsman Architects

Caffe Streets / Norsman Architects

Here is a coffee shop that is available in Chicago, Illinois designed by Norsman Architects. This is the Caffe Streets which provides a hub of social well-designed for the environment. And their version of the social means no wifi. Located on Wicker Park's vibrant Division Street, Caffe Streets balances a “social” coffee house atmosphere with a highly functional Masters Barista bar designed for craft coffee making...
lobby - © Mondrian Hotel London

Mondrian Hotel London / Design research studio

Mondrian Hotel London is the first European venture of Morgans Hotel Group, renowned for their signature luxury style across the United States. They have chosen a 1970s landmark, the Sea Containers House, as their London residence, commissioning Tom Dixon of Design Research Studios to redevelop the interior...
The Eco Dome wind scoop - © Waleed Shaalan - SSH Design

Junoot Eco Resort Oman / SSH Design

An international team from Kuwait and the USA have been recognized for their Junoot eco resort built in Oman. The proposal is a departure from the usual type of resort development and uses earth as the primary construction material. An important aspect of the scheme is that local labour can be used. With some training the buildings can be created without the use of high-tech or heavy equipment and it creates local employment and a new skills base...
© Oval Partnership

Integer ‘INN’ ECO HOTEL / Oval Partnership

Designed by the Oval Partnership Limited, the 2,600 square-meter (28,000 square feet) Integer ‘INN’ eco-hotel (also referred as Innhouse hotel) is one of the representatives of green architectural movement in Kunming. The hotel is set on a forested hill with sweeping views of a green valley and the Kunming cityscape...
© Marcos Morrilla

Hotel CAEaCLAVELES / longo+roldán arquitectos

CAEaCLAVELES, a small and singular four stars hotel designed by the local architects longo+roldán. Set in a 8000 m2 lush gardens in “La Pereda”, 4 km away from the seaside, is the most suitable place to rest by the shadow of the redolent forests and quiet meadows, or to rediscover the North shore of Spain...
© Orange22 Design Lab

Carbon22 / Orange22 Design Lab

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

Windowseat Lounge Seating / Mike & Maaike for Haworth Collection

Industrial designers with the Mike & Maaike Inc. studio won for creation of Haworth Inc.’s fully upholstered Windowseat lounge chair. The chair is suitable for a public or private space and incorporates elements exploring the idea of a sub-architectural space by creating a room-within-a-room...
© Coprodotto

KERAMOS Cabinet / Coprodotto

The Keramos cabinet by Adriano Design and La Castellamonte (Coprodotto) are sure to shake up the atmosphere in any living space. This furniture has a vivacious flavor of style because of its careful design process of blending glazed ceramic and wood to result in something so marvelous...
© Erik Stehmann

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”...
© Carlo Aiello Design

Parabola Chair / Carlo Aiello Design

Los Angeles architect Carlo Aiello’s "Parabola Chair." Though it’s geometry curves in two directions, all of the chair’s components are straight and simple to manufacture. Parabola Chair design which recently won him the prestigious International Contemporary Furniture Fair Studio Award...
Air collection-armchair - © Malafor

Inflatable Furniture Collection / Malafor

MALAFOR designs typically industrial objects for their external clients. For their own brand, they develop furniture as well as other products. The series of products that changed their approach from self-production to collaboration with the local manufacturers was the collection of blown furniture. The first of them, Blow Sofa, won the Red Dot Design Award in 2012...
© Julien Bergignat

Muselette / Julien Bergignat

A lamp with sparkling ideas. This table lamp refers to the champagne cork and its wire cage. It uses a touch switch and OLED as a light source. This reduces its power consumption, extend its life and allows round and flat shapes...
© Federica Bubani

Nordic Lamp / Federica Bubani

Italy-based designer Federica Bubani has designed a new table lamp called Nordic Lamp inspired by the nordic design pattern. Nordic Lamp has been made out of natural elements, which consist of white clay and wood...

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Washington Square Park House / BKSK Architects

The new 3,100 square foot Washington Square Park Park House, designed by BKSK Architects, is a deceptively modest building nestled in one of New York’s most vibrant public spaces. It houses substantial program: public restrooms, offices, storage, and unique mechanical spaces, most notably the pumps that operate the park’s historic display fountain...
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Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica / Zürcher Arquitectos

Amazing adventures await at Four Seasons Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo. Enjoy spacious accommodations alongside the beach. Positioned on the least populated province of Guanacaste, offers a calm, serene, ambient retreat. The landscape of Guanacaste itself ranges from grassy savannahs to tropical dry forest to volcanic mountain ranges...
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Newport Street Gallery / Caruso St John Architects

Newport Street Gallery is the realisation of Hirst’s long-term ambition to share his art collection with the public. Designed by architects Caruso St John, the gallery spans 37,000 square feet and includes six exhibition spaces – one with a ceiling height of eleven metres – split over two levels. Caruso St John have created a stunningly versatile space from a number of linked buildings, with beautifully crafted staircases and superb details including tactile brick facades that blend the street externally and create a succession of wonderful gallery spaces...
© Brad Feinknopf

Shokan House / Jay Bargmann

Jay Bargmann of Rafael Viñoly Architects has designed a house for his family in the Catskill Mountains Forest Preserve, New York. The house stands just below a mountain summit, at the edge of the Ashokan reservoir, The project relies on this wild landscape to offer a dwelling which mimics the environment, becoming part of the surrounding views and the nature (water, trees...) Steel, glass, concrete, ceramic and wood are left exposed and unadorned throughout the building...
Carpet 03 - © Rafael Perez Martinez

FUNNYCROSS Colorful zebra crossings / Christo Guelov

Bulgarian artist Christo Guelov has been turning the crosswalks in Madrid, Spain, into fun and colorful art pieces. working with a palette of friendly colours to paint fun geometric patterns on streets across the city...
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Safe Cabinet / Scott Jarvie for Delupo

The Safe Cabinet is a theatrical collections cabinet for your most treasured possessions. The design features an exquisitely engineered closing mechanism and fully adjustable shelving system that can be tailored to your collections requirements. Launched at the V&A Museum during London Design Festival 2016...
© Iwan Baan

Matmut Atlantique Stadium / Herzog & de Meuron

The multi-purpose New Bordeaux Stadium has a seating capacity of 42,000. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron. A large, white rectangular roof made up of steel cladding covers the stands. Located between a manmade lake and the Garonne river in north Bordeaux, the new stadium covers 4.6ha and features a light and open structure. It is 233m-long, 210m-wide, 37m-high and consists of five levels...
Labyrinth - © Lidia Wylangowska

Contemporary Figurative Painting / Lidia Wylangowska

Oil paint on different textures and materials of the human body by Lidia Wylangowska, She is a wonderful artist. the artist behind these magical Artworks says that they are “Doors that lead me to my own world of peace and harmony”. Each of these paintings appears like they have a life of their own, with vivid details which engulf viewers...
© Joao Morgado

Tagus Linear Park / Topiaris Landscape Architecture

Tagus Linear Park in Póvoa de Santa Iria, Portugal, This expansive landscape architecture project was created by Topiaris Landscape Architecture. The Park is an area of 14ha conquered to the industrial private sector. Adjacent urban communities are given recreation opportunity in direct contact with the riverside, which was until recently blocked by large industrial lots...
Mush-Lume Hemi Pendant - © Nix + Gerber Studio

MushLume Lighting Collection / Danielle Trofe Design

The Mush-Lume lighting collection is GROWN, not manufactured, from mushrooms! Danielle Trofe teamed up with Ecovative Design to harness their patented growing process and bring this innovative material science to the lighting industry. Combining mushroom mycelium with agricultural waste to create an organic, sustainable and biodegradable lamp shade...
© Hufton + Crow

Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs / Zaha Hadid Architects

The Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs (IFI) building by Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) at the American University of Beirut (AUB) continues the on-going implementation of the 2002 AUB Campus Master Plan by Sasaki Associates (in colaboration with Machado and Silvetti, MGT of America, and Dar Al-Handasa, Shair and Partners)...
© Micky Hoyle

Mad Giant Beer brewery and restaurant / Haldane Martin

Haldane Martin Iconic Design has designed a brewery and restaurant interior for Mad Giant beer that plays with scale referencing oversized metal toy construction kits. The result is a creative and welcoming industrial space that brings to life the DIY ethos of the renegade South African craft beer, while contributing to the urban regeneration of inner-city Johannesburg...