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Crescent House by Andrew Burns

2014-7-29 16:23:27 阅读0 评论0 292014/07 July29

Australian architect Andrew Burns has installed a charred timber pavilion with deceptively curved walls in the garden of the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in Paddington, Sydney .

Australian architect Andrew Burns has installed a charred timber pavilion with deceptively curved walls in the garden of the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in Paddington, Sydney.

Named Crescent House, the structure was designed by Andrew Burns with a symmetrical geometry that comprises two intersecting arcs within a rectangular frame.

Visitors are invited to follow the curve of the walls to a secluded space at the pavilion's

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house in jingumae by panda

2014-7-2 14:18:06 阅读107 评论1 22014/07 July2

Tokyo studio PANDA has slotted a boxy family house onto a plot hemmed in by other residences on all four sides.

PANDA was tasked with creating a house that could open up to the outdoors, despite being located on a site within a dense residential district near Omotesando, south-west Tokyo, that is so awkward it had been left vacant for 10 years.

"The client's request was to incorporate natural elements in the house while keeping privacy, which, we believe, is the most popular and universal request by clients of urban houses," explained studio principal Kozo Yamamoto

Named House in Jingumae, the property is only

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products made from hair by Studio Swine extends

2014-7-2 10:53:37 阅读23 评论0 22014/07 July2

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Azusa Murakami and Alexander Groves of Studio Swine have revisited the process they developed to make optical frames from human hair to create a new range of accessories.

Studio Swine developed a technique to infuse hair in natural resin as an alternative to wood while studying at London's Royal College of Art.

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Folded facade house by Apollo Architects & Associates

2014-6-25 10:14:53 阅读79 评论0 252014/06 June25

The front wall of this small white house in Japan appears to have been folded down like the corner of a piece of paper.

Designed by Japanese architect Yukio Hashimoto, F-House is a two-storey residence in Gion, a part of Kyoto best known as an exclusive geisha district.

Hashimoto gave the building a folded corner to evoke an association with the traditional Japanese art of paper folding.

"Like pure white paper, this building's facade has a small crease which brings forth images of origami," said Hashimoto. "The simple fold is intended to provide buoyance to the simple wall surface which would otherwise seem closed and weighty."

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Arrow (house) by Apollo Architects

2014-6-25 10:00:52 阅读95 评论2 252014/06 June25

A long white staircase leads straight to the top floor of this small house in Tokyo by Japanese office Apollo Architects & Associates.

The two-storey house accommodates both a family home and a photographer's studio, so Apollo Architects & Associates designed a building that can be split into two when necessary.

The lower level contains the studio and a bedroom, while the upper floor houses an open-plan living room and kitchen. A ladder also leads up from here to a mezzanine loft, which can function as a guest bedroom or children's playroom.

The house has an asymmetric profile, created by a lopsided

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swimming pool complex by Slangen+Koenis Architecten

2014-6-13 11:02:06 阅读48 评论0 132014/06 June13

A stack of ceramic-clad boxes forms this monolithic swimming pool complex in the Netherlands by Slangen+Koenis Architecten (+ slideshow).

Dutch architects Slangen+Koenis Architecten designed the leisure centre in Maastricht as part of a newly planned sports park.

De Geusselt Maastricht stands on a green sloping site, surrounded by space that will be developed into sports fields among other facilities.

The monolithic complex is clad in dark ceramic tiles, referencing the city's history of ceramic production that dates back to the early nineteenth century.

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PEG chair by Paul Loebach

2014-6-12 14:42:17 阅读17 评论0 122014/06 June12

New York designer Paul Loebach's flat-pack wooden chair slots together without glue, as demonstrated in a series of vaguely pornographic gifs.

Paul Loebach showcased the prototype of his flat pack PEG chair in collaboration with Makers Anonymous during New York design week last month.

The chair – which Loebach says is "charming and childlike in its purity" – comprises eight pieces of birch wood machined using Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) technology.

These fit together using "peg and hole" joints, as the gifs graphically show.

As the wood naturally expands and contracts over time the structure tightens,

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MNGB House by VAUMM

2014-6-12 14:29:21 阅读94 评论1 122014/06 June12

A wall of windows fronts this angular concrete house by VAUMM, which is sunken into the landscape of a sloping site in the suburbs of Gipuzkoa, Spain.

Spanish firm VAUMM – whose past projects include an outdoor elevator and a golden culinary centre – designed MNGB House on the grounds of an existing property. Their brief was to create a modern home that sits comfortably alongside its mid-century neighbour.

The new building features a concrete panelled facade, which is partially submerged into its sloping site. The L-shaped wall of glazing faces out to the garden at the front of the house, while smaller windows dot the remaining three elevations.

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3D-printed sugar sculptures

2014-6-11 17:38:25 阅读13 评论0 112014/06 June11

Los Angeles architects Kyle and Liz von Hasseln have set up a business that produces 3D-printed sugar sculptures for wedding cakes, table centrepieces and pie toppings.

The duo founded 3D printing company The Sugar Lab while studying at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), where they graduated last autumn.

Their sugar sculptures are made using a process similar to standard 3D printing: a mixture of alcohol and water is applied selectively in layers to wet and then harden the sugar.

"If you've ever made frosting and left the mixing bowl in

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house with acoustics design by NKS architects

2014-6-9 12:41:23 阅读65 评论0 92014/06 June9

The swooping ceiling of this house in Japan by NKS Architects is designed to improve acoustics inside a living room that is also used for music recitals (+ slideshow).

Located in a suburb of Japanese city Fukuoka, Juul House is designed by local office NKS Architects as the family home of a musician, who requested that the property be built around a performance space.

At the centre of the house is a living area that doubles as a music hall, with the ceiling divided into convex shapes designed to diffuse sound and enhance the acoustic properties of the space.

To further enhance the room's suitability

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Origami House by TSC Architects

2014-6-9 12:31:19 阅读103 评论1 92014/06 June9

Japanese studio TSC Architects modelled the roof of this house in Japan's Mie Prefecture on the folded paper shapes of origami .

Named Origami House, the two-storey building was designed by TSC Architects' principal Yoshiaki Tanaka to provide a village residence for a young couple, on a site that has belonged to the family for several generations.

The house is framed by its angular roof, which is folded in five places to create a series of triangular facets. The roof meets the ground at several points around the perimeter, creating a form that envelops the interior.

"The origami roof stands from the earth like

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Sunset Chapel by Bunker Arquitectura

2014-6-3 10:07:37 阅读59 评论0 32014/06 June3

This boulder-shaped building in Acapulco, Mexico, is a mausoleum by Mexcian studio Bunker Arquitectura.

Called Sunset Chapel, the faceted building appears to balance on the rocky terrain and a triangular-shaped aperture forms the entrance.

The chapel is located on an upper floor and is reached by internal steps.

Slits in the walls provide views out to the surrounding landscape and also allow slivers of light into the space.

Concrete pews are oriented towards a glazed wall with a crucifix on the surface.

Crypts are located outside and around the chapel.

Photographs are by Esteban Suárez.

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Ninotsminda Border Checkpoint by Luka Machablishvili

2014-6-3 10:00:10 阅读59 评论1 32014/06 June3

The latest in a string of infrastructure projects in Georgia is a twisted cascade of concrete forming a checkpoint at the border with Armenia by architect Luka Machablishvili.

Construction is already underway in Ninotsminda on the structure, which will be over 100 metres wide and will divide traffic from both directions into a total of eight lanes.

Stained glass panels will infill the spaces between some of the concrete slabs, surrounding two floors of staff facilities at both ends of the building.

Other architects to design infrastructure projects for Georgia include J. Mayer H. and UNStudio.

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K-Pop Curve Building by Moon Hoon

2014-6-3 9:47:10 阅读66 评论0 32014/06 June3

After being asked to create "the most outstanding building in the region", Korean architect Moon Hoon inserted a protruding balcony within the curving frontage of this music agency in the South Korean city of Seongnam (+ slideshow).

Moon Hoon designed the K-Pop Curve building for a site in the Baekhyeon-dong district of Seongnam. The streetscape typically comprises commercial units at ground floor level and residences above, so the architect created accommodation for a music agency in the ground floor and basement, and compact apartments in the top two storeys.

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Knot-shaped museum by Chae Pereira Architects

2014-6-3 9:40:47 阅读100 评论1 32014/06 June3

Korean studio Chae Pereira Architects has completed a mountainside museum dedicated to Korean artist Chang Ucchin, with a knotted plan based on the abstract paintings that typify his work.

Located south of Seoul at the meeting point of two rivers, South Korea's Chang Ucchin Museum was imagined by architects Chae Songhee and Laurent Pereira as "a space that would reflect the painting's own character", combining modern aesthetics with traditional details.

The building comprises three storeys: two above ground and one below. Part of the plan forms an angular loop, but is extended by four irregularly sized wings that project

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