Inspired by the volcanic topography of Jeju island and the cocoon of a living organism, Seoul-based architectural practice, Planning Korea, completed their design for the Cocoon House, which is complemented with their amazing rendering techniques which is evident in their gallery of images. (via arch daily)
Great space saving idea. the built-in kitchen table shown left. The top of the table folds in half so that it fits under a regular size countertop. The 2 legs are on wheels so it rolls back under the counter. It provides a nice work area.
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Chinese snowball is one of spring's showiest shrubs. White flower clusters 6 to 8 inches across festoon its branches in late spring. The plant gets to 20 feet tall and wide. Though it looks like a hydrangea, it's actually a viburnum. Chinese Snowbal
Wrapping itself over and along an existing renovated six-story warehouse, the GW 497 building creates a suspended glass waterfall on the edge of New York City’s SoHo district. Eleven stories in height, the structure defines itself as a...