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Naha City Gallery & Apartment house By 1100 Architect in Okinawa, Japan

April 11, 2010 Filed Under: Apartment
Naha City Gallery & Apartment house By 1100 Architect in Okinawa, Japan

Naha project includes a gallery, retail space, parking partially submerged, and three rental apartments that each occupies the whole floor. Courses vary united by a consistent focus on the interface of permeable interior and exterior. This design feature provides a dramatic lighting effects without sacrificing the feeling, personally closed. Transparent, translucent, frosted glass or used depending... 

Danfoss Universe By J. Mayer H. Architects in Nordborg, Denmark

June 2, 2010 Filed Under: Architecture
Danfoss Universe By J. Mayer H. Architects in Nordborg, Denmark

Endpoint of the building obscures the boundary between building and park by offering inside-out spaces as display areas and projection surfaces related to temporary exhibitions in it. This building rise from the ground and give space to articulate the fusion of landscape outdoor and indoor exhibitions. This is an active runway modulates according to program and location in the park. Silhouette, as... 

Verdura Resort by Olga Polizzi and Flavio Albanese

June 15, 2010 Filed Under: Architecture
Verdura Resort by Olga Polizzi and Flavio Albanese

Interior designer Olga Polizzi and Flavio Albanese has designed a new resort that opened in Sicily. nterior beautiful appointed and encapsulate The Art of Simple Luxury. He uses a rich palette of earth tones and bright printed fabrics to reflect the character of Sicily, with a design motif tile inspired by the Sicilian classic. Bedrooms feature four-poster bed, wood, polished concrete floors and Italian... 

Gallery House By Ogrydziak Prillinger Architects in San Francisco, CA, USA

May 17, 2010 Filed Under: House
Gallery House By Ogrydziak Prillinger Architects in San Francisco, CA, USA

The design process began by looking at the basic conditions of many as a solid poche, already full. Solid mass and then scratches and buildable envelope is divided into each element. Parking space for a comprehensive and mutually partitioned figure identified as a solid or void, and assigned to various programs. In this way, the fullness of the original space-it is disclosed and accounted for, resulting... 

Unique Furniture Corocotta Table by Jason Phillips Design

August 16, 2010 Filed Under: Furniture
Unique Furniture Corocotta Table by Jason Phillips Design

Jason Phillips, American designers have created a unique table, namely Corocotta Table. Corocotta table is the table a unique design and looks like a float from a certain angle. The materials used are in the form of wood into small blocks arranged into a circle which was then given a glass on it. This design looks elegant and stylish, ideal for making modern furniture.