Transforming the once decaying old federal building into a renovated, energy-efficient structure was a daunting task – even for Ryan Idema, an engineer who’s spent his career infusing buildings with a sustainable design.
"The Henry Jones Art Hotel offers high-class accommodations in what used to be derelict dock warehouses and a former jam factory and is an architectural success story—a story where old meets new, where history meets the present while paying homage to both. It begins with old wood beams and weathered brickwork, carefully preserved and artfully exposed by award-winning architects who intentionally incorporate manufacturing machinery and sandstone walls into the mix. The story continues by incorporating contemporary design with an emphasis on elements and place, then showcasing interior walls with a mixture of aboriginal and modern-day art."
Unbranded Designs is looking to bring an entirely new option to the furniture market, with a community website that links consumers directly to the kind of unique designs they're not likely to find on the floor of a local retail ...
Chris Anderson thinks you might be a toy company. After telling the heartwarming anecdote of how he fabricated some doll's house furniture for his daughters using a new 3D printer – which works like an inkjet printer but sprays down layers of liquefied plastic to make a solid object – the former Wired editor says he might never buy doll's house furniture again. "If you're a toy company," Anderson threatens, "this story should give you chills." I didn't get chills, but then I'm not a toy company. This is the sort of book, however, that is mainly aimed at corporate persons, and at individuals only to the extent that they work for corporate persons,
French designers Ciguë modelled this north London store for skin and haircare brand Aesop on a 1930s medical laboratory. Ciguë used a palette of traditional materials, including reclaimed wood sourced from a 200-year-old French monastery for the floors and cabinets. A single surface of polished white marble provides worktops and washbasins, with glass taps and pipes that show liquid flowing through them.
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