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  • Haffenden House / PARA Project - Haffendon House, a white box punctured in irregular windows, by PARA Project. This 1,125-square-foot three-story building, which contains a garage, writing studio/library, and reading room at the top, is wrapped in a 1-millimeter-thick swath of white fabric made of silicone-impregnated fiberglass. While the fabric is adhered with silicone to most of the exterior, it is not attached to the glazing on the front facade...

    Pinned: 3 Sep 2015
  • Turning Torso / Santiago Calatrava Architects & Engineers - The Turning Torso Tower is a high‐rise building for offices and dwelling designed by Santiago Calatrava in the city of Malmö. The shape of the tower is based on a sculpture called Twisting Torso, by Santiago Calatrava, which is inspired on a human body in a twisting motion...

    Pinned: 2 Sep 2015
  • Labyrinth Installation / Gijs Van Vaerenbergh - The artists and architects Gijs Van Vaerenbergh designed Labyrinth, a large-scale artistic installation, which this summer is shown on C-mine. A one kilometer maze of steel corridors, with walls that tower 5 meters above the earth, surrounds installation visitors, placing them within the intricate depths of the imposing structural mass..

    Pinned: 29 Aug 2015
  • Isom Colored Glass Tables / Sebastian Scherer for NEO CRAFT - Isom Tables by Sebastian Scherer for Neo Craft, Sebastian Scherer's glass tables resemble cubistic objects and invite us to play with optical illusions. The tables are made from 10 mm strong coloured glass in blue, green, grey ,bronze and clear glass. The tables expresses strong individuality as well as functionality, decoding the forms, functions, and materials of postmodern design...

    Pinned: 26 Aug 2015
  • Sawmill House / Archier Studio - This is a house which gently encourages its inhabitants to be gregarious without robbing them of the joy of solitude. Its open plan and flexible nature enables internal spaces to be joined or separated by a series of operable walls. Internal and external boundaries are blurred as entire walls and roofs peel back to welcome sunlight, nature and the sky...

    Pinned: 24 Aug 2015
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