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31 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

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Same But Different: furniture that repeats on you

Developed in response to a brief set by Alain Berteau to rethink the coat rack as an object type, Patrick Seha's 'Piano' for Belgian label Feld turns an everyday object into a sculptural piece that celebrates the pleasure of repetition

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Tetris, social housing and artist studios / Moussafir Architectes

Article source: Moussafir Architectes The project is part of a larger urban program aimed at regenerating underprivileged neighborhoods in Northern Paris. The action plan developed in close cooperation between the city, the local associations and ...

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la tallera siqueiros - cuernavaca, morelos - frida escobedo - 2012 - screen - photo rafael gamo fassi

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Chinese craftsmen welded and ground 510,000 stainless-steel links by hand to make the mesh blanket that fits precisely over the protruding lift shaft, stairwell and entrances of the Kukje Gallery at Seoul by New York architects SO-IL!

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Sharifi-ha House / Nextoffice - Alireza Taghaboni

Sharifi-ha House by Architects: Nextoffice - Alireza Taghaboni in Darrous, Tehran, Iran Designer: Alireza Taghaboni Area: 1400.0 sqm Year: 2013 Photographs: Parham. - Found on

This 30 metre-long building alternates between one and two storeys-high and is clad in a chequered pattern of timber and white render.

MOKUZAI會館 山梨知彥/日建設計+武行岡田克/ NSD The headquarters of the Tokyo Lumber Wholesalers Association has a facade crafted from Japanese cypress, forming engawa porches outside each floor. In order to conform to Tokyo’s stringent fire code, the main structure is reinforced concrete. Robotic CNC cutters were used to join the timbers, adapting traditional joinery techniques.