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Seventyonepercent: harmony and identity in new wellness & bathroom furnishings

19-01-2021

Seventyonepercent: harmony and identity in new wellness & bathroom furnishings

The bathroom and all wellness spaces are intended to be comfortable places in which to enjoy a totalling relaxing, fulfilling experience. Seventyonepercent is a new brand that naturally combines materials such as wood, brass, metal and glass with high-tech ceramic to create a fascinating, evocative bathroom. A synthesis of functional and aesthetic quality, Seventyonepercent furnishings and surfaces reinterpret the stylistic code of ceramic in pursuit of good design and the best Italian craftsmanship

Gare Maritime by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, a sustainable conversion

18-01-2021

Gare Maritime by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, a sustainable conversion

More than merely the largest cross-laminated timber structure in Europe, the Gare Maritime on the Tour & Taxis site in Brussels is a sustainable project by Neutelings Riedijk Architects in collaboration with Bureau Bouwtechniek to convert what was once Europe’s largest freight station into a new district of the city.

Kasvattamo, locally grown produce as interpreted by ROOH Studio

11-01-2021

Kasvattamo, locally grown produce as interpreted by ROOH Studio

The young architects from the Indo-European collective ROOH designed Kasvattao, a temporary installation in one of the Helsinki City Museum’s courtyards, engaging the people of Helsinki and especially the youth to raise their awareness of the concepts of urban farming.

Urban density, the Grasshopper Studio and Courtyard by Wittman Estes

28-12-2020

Urban density, the Grasshopper Studio and Courtyard by Wittman Estes

US architecture firm Wittman Estes has designed a small studio and courtyard behind a house that was built in the 1940s. An elegant, and at the same time sustainable response that provides a design solution on a human scale without losing sight of the pressing urgency to densify the urban fabric.

BIG’s glass and timber Student Centre for Johns Hopkins University

25-12-2020

BIG’s glass and timber Student Centre for Johns Hopkins University

Construction of the new Hopkins Student Centre is due to begin in 2022 and be completed in 2024. The glass and timber structure has earned the building the nickname “the beach next door”

Hotel Milla Montis, a sustainable landmark

24-12-2020

Hotel Milla Montis, a sustainable landmark

The architecture firm of Peter Pichler designed the recently opened Hotel Milla Montis in Maranza, South Tyrol. Architecture inspired by the local vernacular, by the majestic Dolomites landscape, and using locally sourced materials so guests can enjoy a holiday with low environmental impact.

La Cabina de la Curiosidad for an original house

17-12-2020

La Cabina de la Curiosidad for an original house

It’s intriguing how the name of the project by young architects Marie Combette and Daniel Moreno Flores in Ecuador, La Cueva della Mini Bestia, which translates as The Cave of the Tiny Beast, riffs off the name of their studio. The project involves restoring, or rather building, a small house in Quito for a couple and their dog.

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