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Paris design duo Jouin Manku redesigned the interior of an old Saint-Lazare monastery, creating Abbaye de Fontevraud - a magnificent hotel and restaurant. Hotel Restaurant, W Hotel, Hotel Lobby, Restaurant Design, Lobby Lounge, Architecture Design, Architecture Renovation, Best Interior, Interior Design

Fontevraud Abbey in France: A Loire Valley Landmark Revived - Remodelista

One of the Loire Valley's great landmarks, the 12th-century Fontevraud Abbey has played many roles over the years, from monastery to prison (not to mention

Shipping Container Bridge Tel Aviv, ECOtainer: Ariel Sharon Park Structure Israel: walkway by Yoav Messer Architects: design competition prize winner Container Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Sustainable Design, Landscape Architecture, Sustainable City, Landscape Design, Tel Aviv, Cargo Container, Container Design

Econtainer Bridge Made of Recycled Shipping Containers

The so-called Econtainer Bridge, designed by Tel Aviv-based Yoav Messer Architects will be the world’s first bridge made entirely of repurposed shipping containers. The bridge will be built across the Ayalon River to the gates of the Ariel Sharon Park and it will be responsible for transporting

When Hurricane Sandy struck New York City, Rachel Mosler and Nick Cope were in their apartment in Red Hook. From their abode perched above the beloved Fairwa. Wallpaper Companies, Red Hook, Hurricane Sandy, High Art, Book Art, Product Launch, Birth, Altered Book Art, Altered Books

How Hurricane Sandy Gave Birth To Brooklyn's Artiest Wallpaper Company - Architizer

Graduate Project at Taliesin West. The "Miner's Shelter." The Miner’s Shelter is a desert dwelling located at Taliesin West in Scottsdale Arizona. The shelter was designed and built by Taliesin student Dave Frazee. Green Architecture, School Architecture, Residential Architecture, Architecture Design, Concept Architecture, Ancient Architecture, American Houses, Small Buildings, Good House

Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Shelter | Dave Frazee | Archinect

Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Shelter by Dave Frazee

The Rebuilding Center in Portland, Oregon is an eclectically clad building that demonstrates the merchandise within. Portland Oregon, Arch, Building, Outdoor Decor, Home Decor, Homemade Home Decor, Buildings, Arches, Decoration Home

The Rebuilding Center in Portland, Oregon is an eclectically clad building that demonstrates the merchandise within.

Adaptive Reuse From Derelict Pig Barn to Modern House is part of architecture Design Inspiration Bedrooms - This inspired example of adaptive reuse turned a derelict pig barn in Germany into a modern house by placing a house within a house Architecture Design, Architecture Renovation, Cabinet D Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Building Architecture, Exterior Design, Interior And Exterior, Adaptive Reuse, Cabana

FNP Architekten: An 18th Century pig barn suffered much damage during World War Two. The barn now houses a modern dwelling, "a house within a house", made by implanting a wooden frame.

Hammer and Hand is a construction company out of Portland, Oregon that reuses remnants from the construction site to create modern industrial furniture. Cabinet Furniture, Metal Furniture, Upcycled Furniture, Custom Furniture, Furniture Design, Reuse Furniture, Modern Interior Design, Interior Architecture, Bookcase Shelves

Upcycled Furniture Custom Built by Hammer & Hand in Portand, Oregon

We build custom furniture from many materials - but working with upcycled materials is one of our favorites. Check out these photos of our projects!

The Greensburg School project uses many reclaimed materials and trees left over after the devastation of hurricane Katrina. By utilizing recycled building supplies they saved up to 30% off of what the building would have cost with new materials. Along with reused materials the building also incorporates geothermal, rainwater collection, and daylighting techniques. Hurricane Katrina, School Projects, Recycling, Sidewalk, Trees, Building, Collection, Walkway, Buildings

The Greensburg School project uses many reclaimed materials and trees left over after the devastation of hurricane Katrina. By utilizing recycled building supplies they saved up to 30% off of what the building would have cost with new materials. Along with reused materials the building also incorporates geothermal, rainwater collection, and daylighting techniques.

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