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Featured Project: Architects Create Not 1 But 11 “Houses” For Family

Building: MO House Architect: FRPO Rodriguez & Oriol Architecture Landscape Location: Madrid, Spain Why we like it: The MO House is actually a series of several small houses that form a secluded compound of sorts. The project, which the architects … Sigue leyendo

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Building Of The Day: A House In The Round By Dane Design

Building: Round House Architect: Dane Design Australia Location: Australia Why We Liked This: The round house’s geometry responds to its site’s awkward triangular shape. Rather than extend the footprint of the house to the edges of the site, the architects decided on the circular design because it fit “neatly” within the bounds of the property. Sigue leyendo

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Fundamental’s Geometric Tables Make Beauty Out Of Math

All photos: Fundamental Gunnar Ronsch and Stephen Molloy of Fundamental bring new meaning to the phrase “geek-chic.” Their beautifully crafted solid wood tables, inspired by the “poetry of mathematics”, are mesmerizing pieces of form that show the hand of an old school craftsman. Read More. Their “Atlas” table features hundreds of interlocking wood cubes tilted Sigue leyendo

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Building Of The Day: A Cultural Center Where Sea Meets Land By White Arkitekter AB

Building: Southend Pier Cultural Center Architect: White arkitekter AB Location: Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom Why We Like This: Situated at the end of the world’s longest pier, Southend Pier Cultural Center is a sweeping geometric study inspired by the surrounding shorelines. Due to the difficulties of the pier location, the building was assembled offsite and then Sigue leyendo

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Primary School Uses Secondary Colors to Inspire Students

Ecole Maternelle Pajob by Palatre et Leclere Architectes Gone are the days of nondescript neutrals flooding the halls of educational institutions. Today, the Ecole Maternelle Pajol is using color and design to stimulate and inspire students.  The renovation, completed by Palatre et Leclere Architectes, was comprised of changes to both the indoor and outdoor spaces Sigue leyendo

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A Gastropub That’s a Testament to Both Cheese and Design

The Poncelet Cheese Bar by Gabriel Corchero Studio; All photos: Mugutu One of the many playful details in the new Poncelet Cheese Bar in Madrid, Spain is the kaleidoscopic mural at the heart of the space, whose flattened geometry carries hints of Buckminster Fuller interspersed with playschool color books. The mural acts as a focal point, referencing Sigue leyendo

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Inhabiting Geometry:A Bespoke Private Getaway that Fits in Your Backyard

For those who want a home away from home, but on a budget, consider the “Habitable Polyhedron”, a small geometric pod that’s a small private getaway from domestic life. The project was built for clients with young children as a secondary, “doll-house” structure situated adjacent to their suburban home just outside of Bogota. Tucked away in a Sigue leyendo

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Crops (Gerco de Ruijter) from Michel Banabila on Vimeo. “Crops” by Gerco de Ruijter is a stop-motion film whose photography is entirely composed of aerial shots of 1000 irrigation circles captured from Google Earth. Each crop circle appears at a different stage of the irrigation cycle and has been formatted so that their immediate geographic Sigue leyendo

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