Tuesday 27th June 2017,

Browsing the "Architecture" Category

Sleeping Around Pop Up Hotel made out of Containers

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Living in a container is certainly an accommodation trend that goes beyond being just futuristic since it serves real needs under a low budget. In this article Hidden Room will cover Sleeping Around which is a pop up hotel made out of 20 feet recycled sea containers. Each of those [...]

December 11, 2013 Makis Mourelatos Architecture 0

Kirkland Residence Remodeling by Verge Architecture and Design

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Verge Architecture and Design remodeled this Kirkland Residence(built in 2012) in a way that they would enable spectacular views, solar shading, nature ventilation and diminish solar heat gain in the summer months. photo by Graham Syed [...]

July 6, 2013 Makis Mourelatos Architecture 0

Kernel Festival Installations Shadows by Gianluca Milesi and Michiko Yamada

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Designed for the Kernel Festival 2011 in Villa Tittoni Park, Desio, Italy by Gianluca Milesi, Michiko Yamada and Edi Zulga, Shadows offer a unique way to provide public park users and festival goers with shade, shelter from wind, and light (through the use of neon lamps) during relaxation. Clearly inspired [...]

May 28, 2013 Makis Mourelatos Architecture 0

MEET ME! Seating by Ligita Brege

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When designing her unique modular public seating system, Latvian architect Ligita Brege came up with the name MEET ME! – a name that sums up this piece of contemporary architecture perfectly. MEET ME! is all about public interaction and engagement, and using the differently positioned wooden modular benches does exactly [...]

May 25, 2013 Makis Mourelatos Architecture 0

Cantagua House by Daniela Uribe Architects

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Situated in the Cantagua Housing Complex, V Region- Chile, Cantagua House is the work of Chilean architect Daniel Uribe and sees use of raw materials and eye for detail working together to create a three volume property that effortlessly blend in to its surroundings. Intended as a holiday home on [...]

May 20, 2013 Makis Mourelatos Architecture 0

Ballard Cut by Prentiss Architects

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Designed back in 2009 by Prentiss Architects, Ballard Cut is a modern contemporary family residence in Seattle, Washington. After having resided on a boat for 14 years, the client’s desire to make the transition to dry land was integral in the designing of the property and can be seen immediately [...]

May 11, 2013 Makis Mourelatos Architecture 0