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Sep 22, 2014

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Sep 22, 2014 / 706 notas

smallandtinyhomeideas:

PNEUMAD  | hat tip designboom

Combining PNEUmatic (air-inflatable) architecture with a noMADic ethos, the PNEUMAD enacts a form of anti-heroic desire to escape permanence, solidity and place-bound dwelling. Recalling the revolutionary-experimental fervor of 1968, but with 21st-century technical sophistication, PNEUMAD is prototype for nomads who want to spread out. The inflatable offers one distinct advantage - it is not limited by the dimensions and volume of the vehicle itself. 

Sep 22, 2014 / 3 424 notas
georgianadesign:

Abboud residence in Chelsea, London. Philip Vergeylen, Nicholas Haslam Ltd. Elle Decor.
Sep 22, 2014 / 114 notas

georgianadesign:

Abboud residence in Chelsea, London. Philip Vergeylen, Nicholas Haslam Ltd. Elle Decor.

tinyhousedesign:

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/james-galletly-built-this-tiny-house-entirely-from-recycled-material/

James Galletly Built This Tiny House Entirely from Recycled Material


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It is only two by two-and-a-half metres and made entirely from recycled material, but James Galletly is hopeful that someone will call his tiny project home.The multi-purpose space – which features a single bed, a desk and storage shelves, all of which fold neatly away – was inspired by the growing tiny house movement in the United States which is slowly gaining momentum across Australia.” – Mail Online

via Meet the carpenter who claims Australians should start buying his two-and-a-half metre homes


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Sep 15, 2014 / 44 notas

tinyhousedesign:

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/james-galletly-built-this-tiny-house-entirely-from-recycled-material/

James Galletly Built This Tiny House Entirely from Recycled Material

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It is only two by two-and-a-half metres and made entirely from recycled material, but James Galletly is hopeful that someone will call his tiny project home.The multi-purpose space – which features a single bed, a desk and storage shelves, all of which fold neatly away – was inspired by the growing tiny house movement in the United States which is slowly gaining momentum across Australia.” – Mail Online

via Meet the carpenter who claims Australians should start buying his two-and-a-half metre homes

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robert-dcosta:

Whitefish Private Spa and Pool House by CTA Architects Engineers || Robert D’Costa ||
Sep 15, 2014 / 553 notas

robert-dcosta:

Whitefish Private Spa and Pool House by CTA Architects Engineers || Robert D’Costa ||

(vía life1nmotion)

myhouseidea:

Get Inspired, visit: www.myhouseidea.com
Sep 15, 2014 / 19 notas

myhouseidea:

Get Inspired, visit: www.myhouseidea.com

Sep 15, 2014 / 723 notas

subtilitas:

Standard ArchitectureMicro-Hutong, Beijing 2014. An experiment searching for a methodology of inserting micro-social housing in the dense, overbuilt urban core of Beijing’s historic hutong spaces

Sep 15, 2014 / 866 notas

archatlas:

8 Secondes Nicolas Ruel

Any urban space, from a village to a megalopolis, furnishes my work with the fictional raw materials for transfiguration. I take a formal approach to photography, based on urban design and architecture. Structuring and disarticulating these elements is the predominant theme of my work. I am fascinated by transitory and transitional sites—places that in their nature and function incarnate motion and metamorphosis, such as ports, terminals, docks, highways, construction sites, churches, and stadiums. These spaces belong to a form of monumentality that when deserted inclines to material silence a vacuum in the world of things and beings.

For a number of years I have been using very long exposures that function like a movie set, condensing each photograph into a kind of 8-second micromovie. This long exposure makes it possible to assemble key moments in a single take, analogous to the process of condensation in dreams. Thus, in this dolly shot, I translate the actions and spectacle of the city and its residents as I follow their unceasing movement.

Through each exposure, I intensify a symbolic charge, which I then recombine in order to reverse the codes attached to the photographed real. And because I print onto stainless steel, I need to take into account a sculptural reality, as if my work were an image being crystallized. I photograph the city in the knowledge that the metal, like a prism, is going to change reality in its turn. So it is that the imaginary cities I inventory fall into place.”

Sep 15, 2014 / 760 notas

ted:

What do you do with an abandoned trolley station? Build a massive underground park!

That’s exactly what Dan Barasch wants to do. New York City has two-thirds the green space per resident as other big cities, but converting the Williamsburg Bridge Trolley Terminal into a park the size of a football field would create a respite from the bustling streets. By redirecting sunlight from the roads above, it is possible to illuminate a luscious community space below, nicknamed the Lowline for its similarity to Manhattan’s beloved High Line.

Watch Dan's talk to see renderings of the park and the science behind his prototype »

Sep 14, 2014 / 1 137 notas

nonconcept:

Carpinteria Foothills Residence, California by Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis.

Sep 12, 2014 / 4 notas

(vía woodeyes)

Sep 12, 2014 / 2 362 notas

thinkwingman:

Refreshing and Modern Apartment In Ukraine

In an attempt to balance affordable and beautiful, designer Denis Svirid takes us around this modern and refreshing apartment in Odessa, Ukraine. A place that any bachelor would be proud to call home. With a small apartment in the city being the only viable and affordable option for many young people, Denis has put his remarkable interior skills together at this apartment.

Despite being small, the apartment has two floors. Private quarters, bedroom, bathroom, and a dressing room are located below the mansard roof. Above, there are white-painted living chambers with dark-hued furniture and subtle lighting system. The upper floor is what makes the apartment feel modern and with the wooden ground floor, it creates an interesting and rare combination.

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aros:

 Bagrecha Residence / Cadence
Sep 12, 2014 / 160 notas
Sep 12, 2014 / 24 notas