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Tranquilly Cakes Shop By Kazutoyo Yamamoto

September 14, 2010

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From:http://besthousedesign.com It has been a while since I search for minimalist house design that present simply beautiful with reasonable budget then this awesome house comes and fulfill my dream. Designed by creative Japanese designer Kazutoyo Yamamoto, this house actually is a noodle bar before. The designer transforms an existing structure into something new and exciting […]

Pool Pavilion, An Almost Hidden Recreational Building Design by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects

September 14, 2010

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I’d like to call this interesting project designed by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects as an almost hidden house. The house isn’t exactly a two storey house design but yes you can call it a two storey. Pool Pavilion is located in Adirondack Mountain, New York, just near Lake George. This house was likely shady […]

Modern Dream Homes: Kona Residence by MLK Studio

September 14, 2010

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  Being a Hawaiian home, The Kona Residence set out to become a modern incarnate of everything you feel in Hawaii minus the kitsch.  It’s surrounded by water and set around bubbly lava rocks.  It’s made of wood that expands and contracts with the humidity.  The place looks like a city loft softened and remixed […]

frank gehry: beekman tower nearing completion

September 14, 2010

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beekman tower by frank gehryall images © alex  construction is almost complete for frank gehry‘s beekman tower in new york.the 76 storey residential tower located just south of city hall plaza and the brooklyn bridge,consists of a public elementary school, luxury apartments, a space for new york downtown hospital and an underground public carpark.the building’s […]

esan rahmani + mukul damle: bamboo pavilion

September 14, 2010

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‘bamboo pavillion’ by esan rahmani and mukul damleall images courtesy esan rahmani australian designer esan rahmani together with mukul damle have designed ‘bamboo pavilion’ a synthesis of sustainable ideas for a communal shelter for disadvantaged populations around the indian ocean rim.bamboo is already used in asia and pacific regions as a building material due to […]

tomoaki uno: house in minamiyama

September 14, 2010

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‘house in minamiyama’ by tomoaki uno japanese architect tomoaki uno has recently completed ‘house in minamiyama’.situated on a hill, the modular three storey residence is constructed with concrete.the main entrance of the house is through the rooftop on street level. internallythe surface of the walls are the same as its exterior. its minimalist design isevident […]

San Blas, Usera and Villaverde by Estudio Entresitio

September 14, 2010

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  Architectural photographer Roland Halbe has sent us his photos of three health centres in Madrid by Spanish architects Estudio Entresitio, all with identical floor plans but executed in different materials. Continue Reading>>