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  • Double Zero Collection / David Adjaye for Moroso - Double Zero by David Adjaye, formed by two metal circles which clinch the seat and back upholstery. It exemplifies top-quality industrial production which marks the tendency towards maximum formal simplification, and consists of bar stool, an armchair as well as a compact sofa for two seats...

    Pinned: 27 May 2015
  • Luz House / ARQUITECTURA-G - Luz House, a single-family house born from the transformation of an existing structure in the Spanish town of Cilleros. Luz House transforms the existing house of Mrs. Luz Almeida in order to maximize natural light and provide an outdoor space. The architects used the low budget and physically tight constraints of the project to their advantage, empyting the interior of the house, arranging the new house around a central courtyard, and leaving the stone façades and rammed-earth party walls...

    Pinned: 25 May 2015
  • AVA 55 Ninth / Solomon Cordwell Buenz - This 17-floor apartment tower, by developer Avalon Bay, now dubbed AVA. Located on 55 9th Street in the Mid-Market neighbourhood of San Francisco, California, this new high-rise residential building is a mix of studio, one-, and two-bedroom rentals open for occupancy as of March 2014. The design is a sleek tower of glass that appeals to a hip, urban crowd...

    Pinned: 23 May 2015
  • DUST store / Sibling - DUST is a multi-sensory concept store. Five divisions for five senses, Fashion • Vinyl • Fragrance • Tea • Printed Matter. Based on a multisensory concept that includes all the five senses from smell to touch, Created by interior designers Sibling, the space, inspired by Da Vinci’s Golden Ratio, features a repeating 3D geometric motif in a disorientating combination of mirrored reflections and luminescent surfaces...

    Pinned: 21 May 2015
  • Ferry Terminal Buildings Strömkajen / Marge Arkitekter - The new terminal buildings at Strömkajen in Stockholm, designed by Marge Arkitekter AB, was completed in 2013. Marge Arkitekter AB has created architecture with its own identity that simultaneously subordinates itself to the surrounding buildings. The idea was to create buildings with no back side, in a scale and with a design, more like a piece of furniture or a sculpture, than a traditional building...

    Pinned: 18 May 2015
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