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  • Kings Cross Square By Stanton Williams Architects - Designed by architects Stanton Williams, London’s newest public realm, King’s Cross Square, is the final phase of Network Rail’s £550m redevelopment of King’s Cross Station. The project was completed with the revealing of the original station facade and the opening of the 75,000 sq ft King's Cross Square in front of the station...

    Pinned: 25 Dec 2014
  • Sun Valley Residence / Rick Joy Architects - This all-season home occupies a 1.5 acre, west facing site in Sun Valley, Idaho. The house was strategically designed by Rick Joy Architects and positioned to maximize visual access to nearly 360 degree views. Modern Sun Valley house built on a bluff overlooking Baldy Mountain. A cozy vacation home with exposed granite and tough geometry form...

    Pinned: 24 Dec 2014
  • Sokol Blosser Winery Tasting Room / Allied Works Architecture - Sokol Blosser’s tasting room. Designed by Allied Works Architecture, the building will feature 4,870 s.f. of indoor and outdoor hospitality areas and aims to be a highly sustainable project. Featuring 5,000 square feet of space, including eight uniquely designed tasting areas, the new tasting room offers a level of hospitality and service that is outstandingly Oregon...

    Pinned: 22 Dec 2014
  • Court Of Justice in Hasselt Belgium / J. Mayer H. Architects - The new fourteen- storey court of justice building alongside the railway line, designed by the temporary twins organisation (consisting of jurgen mayer H. architects, a2o architects and lens°ass), is the new home for all the judicial services formerly spread throughout the city...

    Pinned: 21 Dec 2014
  • Metal furniture - Limited Edition Collection / Julian Mayor - London based designer Julian Mayor to celebrate the union between fashion, art and design. Inspired by the sculptural possibilities of computers and the industrial craft making processes. His furnitures was developed on a computer and with scale models, but the physical making process (folding / welding) adds a layer of depth to the construction...

    Pinned: 19 Dec 2014
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