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Jay Pritzker Pavilion; a modern architectural playground by Frank Gehry

Jan 16, 2009 | No Comments

This $60 million project is a masterpiece that changed Chicago’s, Grant Park forever. Designed by the legendary architect Frank Gehry for the Pritzker Pavilion competition; is the home of the Grant Park Music Festival and other concerts and events. The name of the building was named after Jay Pritzker, and wife Cindy who established the […]

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Save chest of drawers by Katarina Hall

Jan 15, 2009 | No Comments

And the concept is “forgotten secrets” . Designed by Swedish designer Katarina Hall the “Save chest of drawers” is inspired by the abandoned and forgotten houses you find all over Sweden that have a story to say. The only think… is; the story is not told since is hidden behind barred, bottled doors and windows […]

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Nube armchair-a sculpture in space

Jan 14, 2009 | No Comments

So.. Nube it is. An egg shape seat combined with flat parallel surfaces and tubular steel, spaghetti legs, puzzling the mind… a birds nest, an egg holder , a plaster molding…. The armchair looks great in two tone colors , deluding an organic shape into a box. The shape of the box is outlined by […]

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Thin Slice Cabinet by Peter Marigold

Jan 13, 2009 | No Comments

Like a reverse tree trunk, seen inside out, the Thin Slice Cabinet by Peter Marigold challenges the norm by emphasizing nature’s forms and inverted structures. The cabinet is made by thinly sliced eucalyptus leafs on rough oak frame with utility ply. Marigold‘s inspiration came from the growth patterns within the trees through time, suggesting a […]

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An modern architectural statement by Francois Perrin;The Guest House

Jan 11, 2009 | No Comments

When I first saw this project by Francois Perrin I was amazed with the creative elements of the project that engage a great deal of basic materials to manufacture something eco friendly and functional like the Guest House .The house is built in Brentwood, California for an anthropologist with main purpose to store collections of […]

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Yoga studios by Carter and Burton architecture

Jan 9, 2009 | No Comments

Designed outside Washigton DC by Carter and Burton Architecture, this small scale structure integrates a sophisticated green , geothermal heating system that provides heating and cooling water for the needs of the house. The Yoga studio’s structure features indigenous trees masterfully engineered to meet green specifications by Building Logistics. The house itself saves 30-40% energy […]

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LG and PRADA merge their strengths

Jan 8, 2009 | No Comments

Applauds to the collaboration of LG; a worldwide technology and design leader in communications and the cutting edge fashion connoisseur and trend setter PRADA Group, to create a prone that combines both worlds. The new PRADA phone by LG succeeds the old Prada phone with an Ultra thin keyboard that slides with one smooth movement […]

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Modern architecture by Bergdesign Architecture

Jan 7, 2009 | No Comments

Inspired by a Barn built in the 1800s, this East Hampton House is a modern interpretation of the country house along with an environmentally conscious construction. The soaring height of the building, the vast open spaces, the open floor plan and the weather resistant geo-thermal exterior, treated-wood, incorporate the modern minimal design in a rather […]

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Presenting The Cape Schanck House

Jan 7, 2009 | No Comments

Designed by Paul Morgan Architects this amazing house was modeled after the dynamic forces of the Earth such as wind energy, wind turbulence and phototropism. The white sculptural structure that drops down from the living room ceiling is used as a water tank that cools the air temperature of the space during the Summer, acts […]

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Green, office and home accessories designed by Nendo

Jan 5, 2009 | No Comments

They are basically planters that look like coffee mugs, small, rounded excellent for indoors, adjusted to the home or office environment and hydroponic for cleanliness and ease to use. A great idea designed by Nendo , this series of indoor planters comes with a variety of accessories to accommodate a range of needs. Intelligently designed, […]

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