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exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Gunilla Klingberg - The Doors, 2010

lacquered wood, door handle

208.5 x 97.3 x 111 cm

(via floresenelatico)

7knotwind:

KEITH LEMLEY
Super Blue (2011)

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inquisitivebibliophile:

Before: Dinner with the family.
After: Arthur and the knights stopped by and need a place to hang.

inquisitivebibliophile:

Before: Dinner with the family.

After: Arthur and the knights stopped by and need a place to hang.

(Source: caye80, via missjennaleencherie)

cjwho:

House 2 For A Photographer, Spain by OAB

A 250 long by 18 meters wide plot perpendicular to the sea, with an arable area, leading from the beach itself to some old ruins, canes and lemon trees.

The house for the photographer II is at the end of the plot. Constructed on a platform 70 cm high above the level of natural floodable ground, three small irregular floor plan and section buildings dialogue through an empty space with fleeting views. A palm grove with 52 Washingtonian palm trees leads us from the beach to the house.

Photography: Alejo Bague

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Linear House by Patkau Arquitects.

Location: Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada.

Photographs: James Dow

Via

cjwho:

Ridge Road Residence, Melbourne, Australia by Studio Four

in stark contrast to the surrounding houses, which attempt to cancel out the sloping topography by creating a podium level at which the outdoor areas sit exposed high above ground level, our design for this house adopts a gentler strategy, with the building form spilling down the slope to terminate in a series of terraced decks.

these low lying decks aim to provide privacy from the golf course below, whilst the surrounding native landscape will shelter the outdoor areas from the harsh prevailing winds.

varying levels of interaction and connection with the landscape, both real and perceived, drive all aspects of the design, from the channelled views of the horizon upon entry, through to the double height picture window that captures the full proportion of the tea tree, and the direct and intimate connection provided by the low level decks.

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cjwho:

Nicolas Feldmeyer Portico by Nick Rochowski

Swiss architect/artist Nicolas Feldmeyer reimagines historic buildings by creating ephemeral installations which work and play with the details of the structure; a superb example of which is his wrapped portico seen here at the University College London earlier this year. Beautiful to see such an arresting installation in such a simple, elegant form.

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mandragorass:

Piero Fornasetti was a Milanese painter, sculptor, interior decorator, engraver of books and a creator of more than 11,000 products. In terms of variety of decoration, Fornasetti’s production of objects and furniture is one of the largest of the 20th century. Piero Fornasetti passed away in 1988, but his son, Barnaba Fornasetti, continues to design in his father’s name… (as an aside, check out the Fornasetti home here… it’s incredible!

mandragorass:

Piero Fornasetti was a Milanese painter, sculptor, interior decorator, engraver of books and a creator of more than 11,000 products. In terms of variety of decoration, Fornasetti’s production of objects and furniture is one of the largest of the 20th century. Piero Fornasetti passed away in 1988, but his son, Barnaba Fornasetti, continues to design in his father’s name… (as an aside, check out the Fornasetti home here… it’s incredible!

exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Gunilla Klingberg - The Doors, 2010

lacquered wood, door handle

208.5 x 97.3 x 111 cm

(via floresenelatico)

7knotwind:

KEITH LEMLEY
Super Blue (2011)

(via floresenelatico)

gallowhill:

Bea Camacho - Efface, 2008

gallowhill:

Bea Camacho - Efface, 2008

(via floresenelatico)

inquisitivebibliophile:

Before: Dinner with the family.
After: Arthur and the knights stopped by and need a place to hang.

inquisitivebibliophile:

Before: Dinner with the family.

After: Arthur and the knights stopped by and need a place to hang.

(Source: caye80, via missjennaleencherie)

cjwho:

House 2 For A Photographer, Spain by OAB

A 250 long by 18 meters wide plot perpendicular to the sea, with an arable area, leading from the beach itself to some old ruins, canes and lemon trees.

The house for the photographer II is at the end of the plot. Constructed on a platform 70 cm high above the level of natural floodable ground, three small irregular floor plan and section buildings dialogue through an empty space with fleeting views. A palm grove with 52 Washingtonian palm trees leads us from the beach to the house.

Photography: Alejo Bague

CJWHO:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Linear House by Patkau Arquitects.

Location: Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada.

Photographs: James Dow

Via

cjwho:

Ridge Road Residence, Melbourne, Australia by Studio Four

in stark contrast to the surrounding houses, which attempt to cancel out the sloping topography by creating a podium level at which the outdoor areas sit exposed high above ground level, our design for this house adopts a gentler strategy, with the building form spilling down the slope to terminate in a series of terraced decks.

these low lying decks aim to provide privacy from the golf course below, whilst the surrounding native landscape will shelter the outdoor areas from the harsh prevailing winds.

varying levels of interaction and connection with the landscape, both real and perceived, drive all aspects of the design, from the channelled views of the horizon upon entry, through to the double height picture window that captures the full proportion of the tea tree, and the direct and intimate connection provided by the low level decks.

CJWHO:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

cjwho:

Nicolas Feldmeyer Portico by Nick Rochowski

Swiss architect/artist Nicolas Feldmeyer reimagines historic buildings by creating ephemeral installations which work and play with the details of the structure; a superb example of which is his wrapped portico seen here at the University College London earlier this year. Beautiful to see such an arresting installation in such a simple, elegant form.

CJWHO:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

thedarkhare:

Piero Fornasetti

thedarkhare:

Piero Fornasetti

mandragorass:

Piero Fornasetti was a Milanese painter, sculptor, interior decorator, engraver of books and a creator of more than 11,000 products. In terms of variety of decoration, Fornasetti’s production of objects and furniture is one of the largest of the 20th century. Piero Fornasetti passed away in 1988, but his son, Barnaba Fornasetti, continues to design in his father’s name… (as an aside, check out the Fornasetti home here… it’s incredible!

mandragorass:

Piero Fornasetti was a Milanese painter, sculptor, interior decorator, engraver of books and a creator of more than 11,000 products. In terms of variety of decoration, Fornasetti’s production of objects and furniture is one of the largest of the 20th century. Piero Fornasetti passed away in 1988, but his son, Barnaba Fornasetti, continues to design in his father’s name… (as an aside, check out the Fornasetti home here… it’s incredible!

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