The House of Flowers in Healdsburg, California is a project led by Walker Warner Architects with Maca Huneeus Design for the interiors and Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects for the landscape architecture. It is the culmination of the sustainable restoration of an old winery built in the 1970s.
SapienStone kitchen countertops combine traditional Italian craftsmanship with the superior performance of Iris Ceramica Group high-tech porcelain in a cutting-edge product constituting a landmark in design for 2020, equally effective for bathroom countertops and outdoor tables
The team from Make Architects have crafted a project in Melbourne that blends placemaking, infrastructure and innovation. The Link is a weather-protected walkway connecting the famed Chadstone Shopping Centre to a new hotel.
Toledano + architects, founded in 2013 by Gabrielle Toledano, has completed an interesting contemporary reinterpretation of a typical Parisian apartment constructed in the Hausmann era. The project demonstrates respect for the history of the place and skilful use of materials, such as the ribbon of wood forming an inhabitable sculptural wall and the porcelain slabs of the sculptural, monolithic kitchen counter and worktop.
With the Jean Louis Trintignant Sports Hall in Uzès in the Gard department in southern France, the team from the French firm NBJ Architectes have developed community architecture that complements the existing environment and ensures the ideal conditions for playing sports.
The architects from Rome-based studio, SET Architects are behind the refurbishment of an apartment in a historical palazzo have crafted an elegant balance between the history of the building and the client’s desire for a modern lifestyle. The result is a classy, timeless home.
MultiPly, an eight-metre-high wooden pavilion is a collaboration between Waugh Thistleton Architects, the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) and ARUP to respond to two of the greatest challenges of our time: the growing need for housing and the urgency to fight change climate, presenting as a solution the fusion of modular systems and sustainable building materials.
Cabin A by Canadian studio Bourgeois / Lechasseur is a mountain retreat in the Charlevoix region, one of Quebec's most picturesque areas. The cabin is made from basic materials inspired by the International Code of Signals (ICS) - long used in communications between vessels at sea - to craft simple but warm spaces.
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