A recent project set into motion by a group of creatives in Paris, namely Vincent Le Thuy, the brand Pigalle and a group of creative from Ill Studio combines sports, art, and design in this recent project. The Duperré playground has stood fully renovated in the 9th Arrondissement since July 1st and its presence brings a splash of color and light to the classical grey architecture of Paris.
This Antwerp home has a pair of glass doors recognized as “the world’s largest pivoting window.” The two-story twin glazings, designed by Belgian studio Sculp IT, are impressive pieces of architectural design—in size, weight, and sleekness. Together, they clock in at nearly four tons and are 20 feet tall, opening out towards the garden of the renovated house. This entrance also doubles as a rear wall of the new extension and connects a kitchen and dining room with the garden outside. The goal of the doors/windows was to provide natural light and beautiful views to all three levels of the building, known as LALO. Their custom size was fitted with insulated glass and specifically engineered to pivot rather than hinge. The project went beyond just door renovations, though, and included a new polished-concrete ground floor that extends to the terrace, uniting inside and outside. Additionally, the studio included an island placed on casters in the center of the kitchen and dining area,…
French architect Jean Nouvel teamed up with botanist Patrick Blanc to create this pair of plant-covered Sydney towers that reflect light into their lower levels with a huge cantilevered panel of mirrors. Named One Central Park, the complex is the centrepiece of a AUS$2 billion masterplan in downtown Sydney.
The building's facade features one of the tallest green walls in the world- spanning over 1,000 square-metres, the 21 plant-covered panels are made up of 35 different species.
Designed by OPA Open Platform for Architecture. with date 2015. Images by OPA Works. In our article for this cliff-hanging project by Modscape published last year, we said that all it really needed was ...
Gregory Kloehn goes dumpster diving, but not for the reason that most people would think. He isn’t homeless. In fact, he is an artist from Oakland that is trying to help the homeless and develop his craft at the same time. Instead of building sculptures that he would sell to rich people to add to their massive homes, he…
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