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Vertical House By Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects in Venice, California, USA

June 2, 2010 Filed Under: House
Vertical House By Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects in Venice, California, USA

Vertical house, 2400 square foot residence located along the active Pacific Avenue in Venice, California, starting from pre-established response to front and rear yard by a balanced articulation of the skin at all faces. A simple materials, fiber cement board, has been innovative used in conjunction with three types of colored glass. Circulation and the program is defined through the central vertical... 

Interior Inspiration Beatiful Bedroom From Hülsta in German

July 6, 2010 Filed Under: Interior
Interior Inspiration Beatiful Bedroom From Hülsta in German

Hülsta German furniture manufacturer has completed the design of several inspired rooms that include the addition of their new furniture. In Most of the room, the bed becomes a major role and is based in space with the camera on the side. Art Deco style with some modern thrown in the palette with the texture of a rich and elegant decor add charm to give the room very comfortable and relaxed.

Letterbox House by McBride Charles Ryan in Blairgowrie, Australia

August 5, 2010 Filed Under: House
Letterbox House by McBride Charles Ryan in Blairgowrie, Australia

McBride Charles Ryan Architects has completed a modern and unique design of the house at Blairgowrie, Australia. This house was built in the area of 290 m² with nothing but flat plains. House exterior looks like has been reversed. That is achieved by intelligent use of materials and by changing the form of a regular house. The form of this house resembles an overturned boat and this makes people smile... 

Andalucia’s Museum of Memory By Alberto Campo Baeza in Granada

June 9, 2010 Filed Under: Architecture
Andalucia’s Museum of Memory By Alberto Campo Baeza in Granada

A museum that wants to send the whole history of Andalusia. In early Roman times, Strabo described the population of Andalusia as “the most cultivated of Iberia, which has a law in the paragraph” Our project for the MA. Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza who has been designing Memory Andalucia’s Museum, located in Granada. A very good effort to create an interesting experience... 

Pine Community School By Riddel Architecture in Arana Hills, Australia

May 18, 2010 Filed Under: Architecture
Pine Community School By Riddel Architecture in Arana Hills, Australia

Federal Government Building Education Revolution (BER) of funding provided the means to expand the existing building school.The, which consists of three classrooms (one very small), office, kitchen, bathroom facilities and outdoor enclosed space, it is placed under one roof sharp and require renovation. Originally built by the parents of the school at the time, 1970s building is a simple building of...