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All lot of the time, people are hesitant to mix and match, especially when they are new to the world of interior design. They worry that in doing so, they will take their meticulously planned space from a pulled-together, polished room to a sloppy mess. If that scenario sounds familiar, don’t worry. You are far […]
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Moveable partitions give structure to open floor plans and adapt to shifting spatial needs. Defining diverse areas large and small, public and private, they have long been utilized in office settings, and are gaining popularity in residential loft developments. Fitted with clear or translucent panels of glass or resin, the walls transmit rather than block natural […]
This project won the 2013 Architizer A+ Jury Award in the bus and train station category. See the full list of winners here. A operations building for a railroad yard—sounds kind of boring right? The words alone call to mind images of drab, gloomy façades with no architectural distinction other than being unremarkable. Luckily, when designing Sigue leyendo
Project: Curving House Architect: JOHO Architecture Location: Gyeonggi-do, South Korea Located in the foothills of Mt. Gwanggyo, this new house by JOHO Architecture comes to life with its energetic curving shape, which embraces the mountainous landscape. Rather than appearing heavy and bulky, the house seems to float above the land as sizable pilotis provide support. The Sigue leyendo
Image: Cater News Agency Andres Amador has only a few hours to work before the tide sets in. He must wait for a full moon when the waves have fully receded, giving him the space and time to execute his sand etchings. Using just a garden rake, Amador inscribes monumental doodles along the banks of Sigue leyendo