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Machined Steel Bottle Opener
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Atelier Bardill \ Valerio Olgiati
The Bardill Studio building has replaced an old barn in the protected centre of the village of  Scharans. Building permission was granted by the local authorities on the condition that the new [...] Read »
Spring in New York
I went out for a walk last week when it was 75 degrees so I could photograph spring in New York.  The trees on every street are in bloom and Central Park was bursting with color.  I thought [...] Read »
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Liberty Promenade \ Vivid Architects
+ BRIEF Liberty Promenade was purchased by Liberty Properties in 2004. The existing development consisted of a number of separate buildings on a 22.9 hectare site bounded by AZ Berman Drive to [...] Read »
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HOUSE 804 \ H arquitectes
Located in a pleasant residential neighbourhood, the house is a compact building (almost a cube) surrounded by a 3 meters wide perimeter necessary courtyard, which is the minimum mandatory gap [...] Read »
Kings Cross, Old Maps & VFX
Recent miscellanea that has caught my attention& The £547 million Concourse | A good critical review (unfortunately not that common these days&) from Hugh Pearman about John McAslan and Partners [...] Read »
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Exhibition of Tom Sheehan
Tom Sheehan Sketches and Collaborations exhibition from April 20 to May 19.2012 Excerpts of his sketchbooks, Tom Sheehan exhibits a selection of drawings from 1997 to 2012. Sketches as notes, [...] Read »
2012 Emerging Voices
Last night I attended the third lecture (of four) in the Architectural League's 2012 Emerging Voices , with presentations by Dwayne Oyler and Jenny Wu of Oyler Wu Collaborative (Los Angeles), [...] Read »
There’s Classic Painting
and then there’s classical painting I’m mostly thrilled there is such a burgeoning interest in classic techniques of realist painting, and while I’ve written elsewhere that classical realism [...] Read »
DIFFA Dining by Design: Part III
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The Space – How Abbey Road informs the workplace
I recently found this truly delightful appreciation of the Abbey Road studios where some of the great music by the Beatles was recorded. Its a long report on a talk and conversation with the [...] Read »
The Space – How Abbey Road informs the workplace
I recently found this truly delightful appreciation of the Abbey Road studios where some of the great music by the Beatles was recorded. Its a long report on a talk and conversation with the [...] Read »
Obscure Urban Design Reference
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Keith Haring Pattern Wall Tiles
Architectural Works
In this TEDx Talk,  Jason Roberts&  known as the The Bike Guy in his Oak Cliff community outside of Dallas, Texas  gives his audience a how-to guide in improving a community one block at a time as part of Read »
Amelia Teles 315 / Smart
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Pavilion Spéciale 2012 / Ball Nogues Studio
The Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris recently announced Los Angeles based, Ball Nogues Studio& as the winner of the 2012 edition of the “Pavilion Spéciale” competition in Paris, [...] Read »
Temple University, Tyler School of Art, Architecture Department 2012 Spring Lecture Series
The 2012 Spring Lecture Series, put on by the architecture department at Temple Universitys Tyler School of Art is currently in progress until April 18th. Upcoming lectures include Iain Low, [...] Read »
Cancer Counseling Center Proposal / EFFEKT
The first prize winning proposal in the competition for a new cancer counseling center by EFFEKT& , in collaboration with Hoffmann and Lyngkilde, is designed as a cluster of seven small houses [...] Read »
The Architectural Detail / Edward R. Ford
We all know the mantra first expressed by French novelist Gustave Flaubert and later by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, le bon Dieu est dans le detail, (God dwells in the details.) But what is a [...] Read »
New Våler Church Proposal / Martina Engblom & Ragnar Eythorsson
As an attempt to translate the history and dignity this space possesses, the design proposal for the New Våler Church by Martina Engblom & Ragnar Eythorsson& presents visitors with an upraised [...] Read »
Widescreen House / RZERO
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Bright Future / Pratt Manhattan Gallery
[ February 10, 2012 2:00 to May 5, 2012 19:00. February 10, 2012 2:00 to May 5, 2012 19:00. ] Pratt Manhattan Gallery has unveiled their exhibition Bright Future: New Designs in Glass& featuring [...] Read »
Today's archidose #569
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The Free Universal Construction Kit
Whether you would like to admit it or not, most of us share a similar fetish for Legos, Tinkertoys and any other awesome childrens toy that most likely helped us create our first masterpiece. [...] Read »
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ESGE Ecole Secondaire de Genolier by ipas
Slideshow:  the modular fenestration of this school building in western Switzerland was inspired by shapes from 1980s computer game Tetris. (more&) Read »
Video
Get up and Go,Tokyo timelapse video by Stefan Werc .. via Stefan Werc Read »
The lecture by architect Thomas Schielke .. via Thomas Schielke Read »