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CIVIC’s steel pavilion with vierendeel trusses in Tilburg

12-06-2020

CIVIC’s steel pavilion with vierendeel trusses in Tilburg

A steel and timber pavilion designed by CIVIC architects stands on an old grain wharf in Tilburg, in the Netherlands

Clayton & Little for The Bottling Department Food Hall in San Antonio, Texas

08-06-2020

Clayton & Little for The Bottling Department Food Hall in San Antonio, Texas

Texas architects Clayton & Little are responsible for reconstructing the historic Pearl Bottling House dating back to 1894 after a fire destroyed it in 2003. A modern interpretation of a heritage building to revive a district in San Antonio, Texas.

Maurizio Lai Architects interior design for AJI food delivery and take-away

08-06-2020

Maurizio Lai Architects interior design for AJI food delivery and take-away

Architect Maurizio Lai recently came up with an interior design project for AJI, Claudio Liu’s Asian food delivery and take away brand: an interior design project that addresses the limitations and the opportunities that are arising as businesses reopen following the lockdown. The occasion offered an opportunity to put in practice some of the reflections addressed in the Design Tech For Future White Paper, for which Maurizio Lai coordinated the technical work group concerned with restaurants and catering.

Kengo Kuma & Associate design the Mikuni Izu Kogen panoramic restaurant in Shizuoka

01-05-2020

Kengo Kuma & Associate design the Mikuni Izu Kogen panoramic restaurant in Shizuoka

The Mikuni Izu Kogen restaurant designed by the Kengo Kuma & Associate studio is located in a panoramic position on a cliff overlooking the Sagami Bay, on Japan’s Izu Peninsula. For the project, for which it was necessary to reconcile the architecture and the complex topography of the site, the Kengo Kuma firm used a traditional Japanese construction method known as kakezukuri. Thanks to special supports, the kakezukuri method makes it possible to build on steep slopes. A famous example of this method is the ancient Otowasan Kiyomizu-dera Temple in Kyoto.

DYS Design Your Slabs: decorate and customise ceramic slabs for all kinds of spaces

14-04-2020

DYS Design Your Slabs: decorate and customise ceramic slabs for all kinds of spaces

Decoration is seeing a new phase of technical and expressive evolution thanks to DYS - Design Your Slabs, the Iris Ceramica Group’s innovative digital on-demand service. Residential, commercial and public spaces of all kinds can now be decorated with images or illustrations on ceramic maxi-slabs and appropriate submultiples. DYS is a new form of design aesthetics and communication that gives free rein to the imagination, permitting maximum customisation of design

Lissoni Associati 75 Café and Lounge, Wine Bar in Ponte di Legno, Brescia

07-04-2020

Lissoni Associati 75 Café and Lounge, Wine Bar in Ponte di Legno, Brescia

Old-fashioned warmth and hospitality in a contemporary setting reinterpreting the stylistic codes of the traditional mountain homes of the Alps. These are the keys to 75 Café and Lounge, a bistro designed by Lissoni Associati in Ponte di Legno, a mountain village in the province of Brescia. The architectural studio took care of the interior design and façades, the distribution of windows and doors, and the outdoor area.

H Code, building for urban renewal, CL3

01-04-2020

H Code, building for urban renewal, CL3

The founder of CL3 Architects Limited, William Lim and the studio’s head of design, Clinton Tsoi completed the H Code project in Hong Kong. The multipurpose architecture is formed of a low-rise volume and a high-rise volume and aims to be a symbol of pondered, harmonious urban renewal.

Tresoldi sculpture for Cathédrale - Moxy East Village Hotel by the Rockwell Group

31-03-2020

Tresoldi sculpture for Cathédrale - Moxy East Village Hotel by the Rockwell Group

The Rockwell Group designed Moxy East Village Hotel for the Marriott International Group, a project celebrating one of New York’s most characteristic neighbourhoods. The hotel is designed to be a vertical timeline representing the district’s past, present and future. Italian artist Eduardo Tresoldi created the wire mesh sculpture Fillmore specifically for the hotel’s Cathédrale restaurant.

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