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© Mikael Lundblad + 15 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/964873/banacado-cafe-aska Area Area of this architecture project Area:  70 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2021 Photographs Photographs:  Mikael Lundblad © Mikael Lundblad Text description provided by the architects. Earlier this summer, café Banacado located in the lively area
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London’s Groucho Club gets a facelift Transit Studio leads the makeover of London’s Groucho Club – its series of new, refurbished rooms are part of the Soho legend’s ongoing modernisation plans The Groucho Club is one of London’s most iconic members’ clubs; but established and beloved as it may be, its legendary Soho venue was
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Screenshot: Christian Dior (YouTube) If you were wondering what Grown-ish and Black-ish star Yara Shahidi will be getting into next—that is, other than continuing to double-major in Social Studies and African-American Studies at Harvard—apparently, she’ll be slipping into something by Christian Dior. The 21-year-old actress, executive producer and activist is now also the French luxury
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MVRDV Reveals Design for Terraced Office Building in Shanghai Courtesy of MVRDV Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/964342/mvrdvs-designs-a-sustainability-machine-with-new-office-building-in-shanghai MVRDV has unveiled the design of a terraced office building created for the agriculture company Lankuaikei. Set within a rapidly developing area of Shanghai, the 11-storey structure covered by a curved technological roof that
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The name Massacre may seem like overkill, but it’s nothing if not passionately aggressive – a characteristic often associated with the raging-bull brand. Designed by India-based Krishnakanta Saikhom, the Massacre Concept hopes to bring Lamborghini back to its golden days under Marcello Gandini. Relying on a form that’s aggressive without being overly complicated, the Massacre
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Architects’ Directory 2021: SOCA, Canada Part of the 2021 Wallpaper* Architects Directory, Studio of Contemporary Architecture (SOCA) stands out with its playful yet sensitive and considerate work – such as Granny’s House, a townhouse renovation in Toronto, defined by a bright yellow front porch Shane Laptiste and Tura Cousins Wilson are Studio of Contemporary Architecture, aka SOCA, a dynamic Toronto-based
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Ikea is facing a wave of jokes and memes over an ad campaign it created to honor Pride Month. In the campaign, which features concept couches or “love seats” with designs inspired by several LGBTQ+ flags, Ikea invited individuals who identify with the community to share their love stories on the love seats. therapist: it’s OK, the Ikea
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Luke Meier‘s label OAMC has presented its Spring/Summer 2022 collection, drawing influence from the German industrial designer Dieter Rams for a collection that’s reminiscent of his philosophies. Rams, who focused on defining what is and is not “good design” among many other things, now serves as the backbone to this collection — everything Rams stood for
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A recent trend has been to convert high-level constructs into FPGA code like Verilog or VHDL. Slice goes the other way: it converts very hardware-specific concepts to Verilog and aims to be a more expressive and easier to use language. Why Slice? The project’s web page enumerates its design goals: A clean, simple syntax that
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Amsterdam’s Floating Neighbourhood Schoonschip Offers a New Perspective on Circularity and Resiliency © Isabel Nabuurs Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/964050/amsterdams-floating-neighbourhood-schoonschip-offers-a-new-perspective-on-circularity-and-resiliency Schoonschip is Amsterdam’s innovative circular neighbourhood, a community-driven project set to become a prototype for floating urban developments. With a masterplan designed by Dutch architecture practice Space&Matter, the project comprises 46
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New York City-based architecture office Schissel Montgomery has completed a minimalist renovation of a three-bedroom apartment in the Park Slope neighbourhood. Named Wendy’s, the studio decluttered the 1,300-square-foot (120-square-metres) apartment’s living spaces to create “a quiet, generous background for art and life”. Schissel Montgomery Architects also converted one of the bedrooms facing the street into a
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the italian pavilion at the 2021 venice biennale pays tribute to emilio ambasz, acknowledged precursor of green architecture, through a multimedia exhibition of his works, curated by alessandro melis. the display focuses on promoting the world-renowned architect’s ideas, conceived through years of interdisciplinary research on the topic of climate change, while featuring the models of
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© Yosuke Ohtake + 15 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/963991/u-house-rivvon-inc Area Area of this architecture project Area:  75 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2019 Photographs Photographs:  Yosuke Ohtake Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Manufacturers: +veve, Coda Lead Architect: Akihiro Murayama © Yosuke Ohtake Text
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