Fire Shelter in Copenhagen by Simon Hjermind Jensen

Fire Shelter in Copenhagen by Simon Hjermind Jensen

The “Fire Shelter” takes inspiration from architecture of ethnic and nomadic people. The shelter consists of one shape stretching for the sky. This shelter fabricated using CNC technology, with plywood and polycarbonate is the main materials. The walls consist of thin and bendable shells which are tightened together with bolts and a piece of 2 [...]

July 25th, 2014 In Architecture

Splendid Contemporary Villa: Cap Ferrat Villa – Côte d’Azur France

Splendid Contemporary Villa: Cap Ferrat Villa – Côte d’Azur France

This luxury villa created with amazing view of the sea in Cap Ferrat, France. Located in the sought after area of Cap Ferrat, this exceptional contemporary property with outstanding views over the Mediterranean welcomes comfortably up to 14 guests. With landscaped gardens spreading over extensive terraced areas, the villa boasts a beautiful pool offering a [...]

July 24th, 2014 In Architecture

Contemporary Twin Peaks House by Jackson Clements Burrows

Contemporary Twin Peaks House by Jackson Clements Burrows

The Twin Peaks House situated in Melbourne, Australia. This house designed by local Jackson Clements Burrows architect. The project involved the design of alterations and addition to an existing Edwardian house of some historical significance which is located in an area with a Heritage overlay. The brief for the house revolved around accommodating a family, [...]

July 24th, 2014 In Architecture

Kennedy Town Swimming Pool Building by TFP Farrells

Kennedy Town Swimming Pool Building by TFP Farrells

TFP Farrells  Architecture have designed the Kennedy Town Swimming Pool situated at the junction of Kennedy Town Praya and Shing Sai Road and bounded at the western end by Sai Cheung Street North. The design brief was for an iconic structure, housing both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, Jacuzzis, changing facilities and associated management and [...]

July 23rd, 2014 In Architecture

Investing in A Sunroom: Pros and Cons

Investing in A Sunroom: Pros and Cons

You may have always wanted to have a conservatory attached to your abode, and one alternative that might be an ideal solution is a sunroom, as these enable you to enjoy lots of sunlight in your house while it remains protected from adverse weather conditions. To help you decide whether a sunroom is ideal for [...]

July 23rd, 2014 In Architecture

What to do after your home has been damaged by flood?

What to do after your home has been damaged by flood?

Everyone can remember Hurricane Sandy, one of the worst storm by any standards. Destroying thousands of homes and leaving many homeless. Some weren’t so unfortunate and still have a home, but even those homes need to be repaired and a decision needs to be made to answer the question, what next? Firstly, before you start [...]

July 22nd, 2014 In Misc

A Guide to Making your Home Feel More Contemporary

A Guide to Making your Home Feel More Contemporary

We all want to make the most of our homes and, if you love contemporary looks, you’ll, no doubt, wish to add a more modern feel to your abode. In this case, I’d recommend you read my suggestions on how to revamp your property with a contemporary twist. • Swap curtains for blinds When I [...]

July 22nd, 2014 In Architecture

Accessories to Consider for Your First Shed

Accessories to Consider for Your First Shed

If you’ve recently acquired a shed for the first time, you’re probably wondering how best to fit it out to make it a usable space. Take a look at my guide to see what you should think about buying when it comes to garden shed accessories. Lighting Good lighting is a must if you plan [...]

July 21st, 2014 In Architecture

Solar Serpents in Paradise by Mans Tham Architect

Solar Serpents in Paradise by Mans Tham Architect

This project explores how architectural design could change both the function and the narrative of the most symbolic structure of modern society: the freeway. The Solar Serpents would be connected to the grid and the energy produced would be instantly sucked up locally with no transmission costs or losses. The panels can be produced, used [...]

July 21st, 2014 In Architecture

Villa Tantangan in Bali by Word of Mouth

Villa Tantangan in Bali by Word of Mouth

Word of Mouth Architecture have designed Villa Tantangan in Bali. Elegant and breezzy, Villla Tantangan’s charm is not just the seaside location, but just as much the embodiment of its physical appearance. Ligth, airy, subtle, warm, inviting, playful, the effect is attractive and restful, a beautiful haven marvelously integrated within the land that hosts it. [...]

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July 20th, 2014 In Architecture

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