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Outdoor space as a new living room: solutions for open-air living from Iris Ceramica

22-09-2020

Outdoor space as a new living room: solutions for open-air living from Iris Ceramica

Organising any outdoor space - from a small balcony to a larger swimming pool area - is not just an enjoyable moment spent beautifying green areas and rethinking furniture arrangements, but an opportunity to create a whole new room for your home. A space that represents an extension of both the lounge and the dining area, where the surfaces must have excellent durability as well as technical and aesthetic inalterability. Iris Ceramica offers a series of practical and functional porcelain solutions, following the design trend of materials that are easy to combine, such as wood and stone, with a diversified look that is always in style

An exhibition in Munich explores eco-friendly construction

15-09-2020

An exhibition in Munich explores eco-friendly construction

The Holz Bau Stadt München exhibition at Architekturgalerie München showcases one of the largest eco-friendly building projects in Munich. The idea of a pilot housing estate on the site of a former barracks was born more than 10 years ago as an example of sustainable urban development with timber constructions and hybrid solutions for the residential buildings.

Belarusian Memorial Chapel by Spheron Architects

10-09-2020

Belarusian Memorial Chapel by Spheron Architects

The first wooden house of worship built after the great fire in London in 1666 is a small chapel designed by Spheron Architects for the Belarusian community in North London to commemorate the victims of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. This intimate, inviting architecture is a thoughtful blend of traditional and contemporary design.

Circular economy applied by Rooi Design and Research

28-08-2020

Circular economy applied by Rooi Design and Research

With Pavilion S, a temporary structure built for the 2019 Shanghai International Furniture Fair, the Chinese firm Rooi Design and Research proved that the ideas of the circular economy can be implemented with great success and standout impact. The material from the pavilion was upcycled to make 410 sets of tables and chairs for the use of a community in rural China.

Rooi Design and Research, Pavilion S and the circular economy

27-08-2020

Rooi Design and Research, Pavilion S and the circular economy

The studio Rooi Design and Research designed Pavilion S, a sustainable project under the banner of the circular economy. Within their pavilion, the multidisciplinary team addressed one of the big problems of temporary showrooms in the exhibitions and fairs that come and go, at a time when it is essential to save resources.

House renovated and transformed into a concrete and steel bookshop by TAO Architects

21-08-2020

House renovated and transformed into a concrete and steel bookshop by TAO Architects

An ancient home built of stone in a Chinese mountain village has been renovated for transformation into a bookshop.

Paluska Residence in Mill Valley by Feldman Architecture

20-08-2020

Paluska Residence in Mill Valley by Feldman Architecture

Feldman Architecture has designed a house in Mill Valley, California that tells the story of the client’s busy life. The environments and atmospheres of Paluska Residence mirror the personality of the occupants, all while limiting the footprint and making room for a large garden.

An elementary school by SOA architekti with passive energy standards

17-08-2020

An elementary school by SOA architekti with passive energy standards

The Amos primary school, designed by the Czech studio SOA architekti is the first school - and one of the Czech Republic’s few public buildings - designed to passive energy standards. Taking its cue from the region’s vernacular architecture, this building just outside Prague doubles as a community centre for the village of Psáry.

ORA and a house inside a ruin

03-08-2020

ORA and a house inside a ruin

The young designers from the architecture firm, ORA based in Znojmo, Czech Republic, completed a house inside the remains of an old building in Zadní Arnoštov, a village in the Moravia region. A project for the grand architecture that respects its layers of history without creating a historical fake.

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