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The Surtur Chair by Emilia Borgthor in New York

August 24, 2010 Filed Under: Furniture
The Surtur Chair by Emilia Borgthor in New York

SURTUR is the name of the fire god in Norse mythology.  In 1963 the island of Surtsey was created in a volcanic eruption that started below sea level. Surtsey is now on the World Heritage list, UNESCO because of it’s values and uniqueness. The inspiration came from this island and is thought of being a little habitat where the user can move around and  adjust to their activites. The human body... 

Apartment House Zvezda By SVA in Nova Gorica, Slovenia

July 2, 2010 Filed Under: Apartment
Apartment House Zvezda By SVA in Nova Gorica, Slovenia

The House Zvezda is a modern apartment building in Nova Gorica with own garden, underground parking, attractive façade with windows and balconies, and penthouses with terraces in the attic. Park buildings designed between curved building form, Prvomajska Road and roads in the south side location. This park is a public place of the residents to socialize and relax outside the building.via

Jurckova Housing by Enota in Ljubljana, Slovenia

August 1, 2010 Filed Under: House
Jurckova Housing by Enota in Ljubljana, Slovenia

Enota Architects have completed a residential building with 47 residential units located in the Jur?kova Street. The building is divided into two lamellas parallel to road. Because most individual filler around the new building immediately, lamellas are further divided into smaller blocks, which differentiate colors and sizes. Coloured, concrete balcony is usually set at two lamellas connect smaller... 

Willoughby 7917 By Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects in West Hollywood, California, USA

April 8, 2010 Filed Under: House
Willoughby 7917 By Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects in West Hollywood, California, USA

The speculative nature of this project is in the area designated for medium density growth. In this context, it becomes increasingly difficult to ensure that the views that exist, adjacencies and open space will be maintained into the future. To use some measure of control and uses an advanced, open space, the exterior was brought inside each unit. By borrowing this space, the mezzanine which consequently... 

New Pavilion for the McGill University Schulich School of Music By Saucier + Perrotte architectes in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

May 28, 2010 Filed Under: Architecture
New Pavilion for the McGill University Schulich School of Music By Saucier + Perrotte architectes in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Strathcona Building while a series of pressing the window, awakening from a piano roll of antique mechanical music, bringing light into a smaller space in it. Front glass façade, overlooking Sherbrooke Street, allowing a very beautiful day to soak up a library and conference room, interior create an environment conducive to learning and research for visitors and residents of the Faculty of Music....