Landscape with Design Objects: The Bouroullec's Remarkable Career Interior Design A certain amount of interaction is encouraged at “Ronan et Erwan Bouroullec: Momentané,” the Paris museum Les Arts Décoratifs's summer-long exhibition showcasing the...
A gallery of the buildings that house the industries working to preserve the planet's natural ecology.
We constantly hear about the "green revolution" in building, whether it's performative facades that reduce cooling needs or grey water recycling that cuts down on water usage. However, the drive to reduce our environmental impact isn't just about designing the next LEED Gold skyscraper.
Integral to our collective efforts are a unique set of green institutions and industries, all of which require special architecture to function. These organizations not only leave a light ecological footprint, they also find ways for us to do the same: whether reducing carbon emissions or engineering better seeds that can sustain our growing population.
It's not just green design; it's design that promotes new ways of being green.
Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren from the Dutch fashion brand Viktor & Rolf are opening a flagship store in Paris... (New Viktor & Rolf Store In Paris: Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren from the Dutch fashion brand Viktor & Rolf ...
Located in Nulgar, Switzerland, House D by HHF Architects has an oriention parallel to the landscape, making the view a matter of prime importance- aross more than 180 degrees, vistas include verdant land with mature fruit trees.
The design accentuates the site with a few simple moves: The main level is an open space – with the kitchen as well as dining and living areas – and alongside a concrete core, the stair to the upper and lower floors. The space is entirely glazed and blends seamlessly with the space outdoors. The outdoor space itself is an oversized terrace overlooking a pool. Because the terrain slopes downward slightly, the wood deck is elevated, which protects the main living space from the curious glances of passers-by.
With more than 25 years experience as an interior designer, 60 pieces in his furniture line Michael Berman Limited, and plenty of luxury brand product collaborations (think ROHL, Kravet and Brown Jordan), there is no one ...
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