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Klotski by Graham Baba Architects, sustainable mixed-use architecture in Seattle

03-12-2020

Klotski by Graham Baba Architects, sustainable mixed-use architecture in Seattle

With Klotski, Graham Baba Architects has completed a three-floor, mixed-use building in Seattle’s Ballard district. The project is named after the sliding block puzzle and combines an eye-catching look that plays on geometries, with plenty of attention to sustainability.

An aerospace façade for Studio Gang’s MIRA Tower

06-11-2020

An aerospace façade for Studio Gang’s MIRA Tower

Studio Gang’s MIRA Tower in San Francisco is a 425-foot architectural spiral with a façade based on aerospace technology

Seventyonepercent: the bathroom of authentic, distinctive design

27-10-2020

Seventyonepercent: the bathroom of authentic, distinctive design

The Iris Ceramica Group’s Seventyonepercent brand, launched with a collection designed by Paolo Castelli S.p.A., offers a new vision of contemporary bathroom furnishings.  Presented at the Group’s new flagship store in Milan, Seventyonepercent represents the new identity of the contemporary bathroom, in which high-tech ceramic offers unique, regenerating aesthetic experiences inspired by the values of integration, balance and harmony among the elements. Floornature talked to designer Paolo Castelli about the details of the four lines, Globe, Inspiration, Suite and Thirties

Contemporary connections, two glass walkways in Prague by OV-A

22-10-2020

Contemporary connections, two glass walkways in Prague by OV-A

Czech architectural practice OV-A has designed a transparent walkway connecting two historic buildings and giving Prague’s University of Chemistry and Technology (UCT) a new symbol. A contemporary design with a shape that speaks to the world of chemistry sets up an elegant connection with the old buildings.

Escenario Alterno 02 by Taller General, an adaptive, sustainable project

20-10-2020

Escenario Alterno 02 by Taller General, an adaptive, sustainable project

The Ecuadorian architecture firm Taller General has created a small but far-reaching project in the historic centre of Quito. This adaptive reuse converting a tiny space into a home for one or two people is both economically and environmentally sustainable.

Wittman Estes, refashioning a holiday home

08-10-2020

Wittman Estes, refashioning a holiday home

With Aldo Beach House, the American architecture studio Wittman Estes has revamped an existing structure from the 1940s. The new-look beach house is now a multi-generational home in the stunning natural environment of Hood Canal, Washington.

Belles Échappées, wellness in the mountains

02-10-2020

Belles Échappées, wellness in the mountains

The French studio, Chevallier Architectes designed a pair of alpine chalets with a spectacular view of Mont Blanc. The project is a combination of the vernacular building tradition and contemporary requirements, resulting in a warm, welcoming architecture that blends into the mountain context.

The Aluminum Mountain by Wutopia Lab

28-09-2020

The Aluminum Mountain by Wutopia Lab

The Chinese architecture firm Wutopia Lab has crafted an aluminium mountain in Luofu, Canton. This intriguing architecture is the showroom of the Industrial Park of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and it bounces off the power and the spirit of the local landscape.

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