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Tenhachi House / Tenhachi Architect & Interior Design

This is a renovation for our own apartment in Kanagawa. .8 (TENHACHI) Architect & Interior design reconfigured the layout of the 67-square-meter...

Kew House is a family home in London designed by Piercy & Company. Set within the Kew Green Conservation Area of southwest London Shell House, Weathering Steel, Veneer Panels, Dappled Light, Digital Fabrication, London House, Kew Gardens, Home Upgrades, Architect House

Kew House - Piercy&Company

Piercy&Company Architects. London based architectural practice with a reputation for bold ideas, strong forms and carefully crafted buildings.

The director of the edition of the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 is the Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena, the winner of the Pritzker Prize of this y Hindu Festivals, Norman Foster, Venice Biennale, Metal Structure, Kandinsky, Building Materials, Architecture, Pavilion, Night Life

Venice Architecture Biennale 2016: Reporting from the Front

Over 100 tons of perfectly ordered rubble is what greets visitors to the 15th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. It’s not a provocation, but rather a statement, in …

Eindhoven studio Wenink Holtkamp Architecten has converted a former grain silo in the Dutch city of Deventer into a community food hall overlooking the harbou Food Hub, A Food, Multipurpose Hall, Grain Storage, Grain Silo, Food Court, Eindhoven, Cafe Restaurant, Best Coffee

Revamped grain silo becomes a food hub in the Netherlands’ Deventer harbour - The Spaces

Architects Wenink Holtkamp create the new face of a Dutch harbour

Temp'L by Shinslab Architecture is an installation recycled from a rusty old cargo ship for a museum courtyard in Seoul Architecture Design, Chinese Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Pavilion Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Seoul, Amazing Buildings, Dezeen, Green Building

Recycling | Dezeen

Stories about recycling and the use of recycled materials in architecture and design projects, including products made from discarded and re-used materials.

Bristol's Sorting Office: Get it sorted! Mixed Use Development, Bristol City, Sorting, Reuse, Buildings, How To Get, Repurpose

Bristol's Sorting Office: Get it sorted!

In 2015 the former Sorting Office on Cattle Market Road, derelict for 18 years and long considered an eyesore, was acquired by Bristol City Council for an estimated £5.4 million. The Council has budgeted up to £2m for the Sorting Office's demolition with “The develop a high quality commercially led, high density mixed use development that re‐imagines this high profile, strategically significant site…”. The public ownership of the iconic former Sorting Office makes it a...

An architect has released stunning new designs for futuristic self-sustaining floating cities. Designed by Vincent Callebaut, ‘Aequorea’ is an underwater farm, recycling oceanic pollution into building materials to sustain the city. Vincent Callebaut, Image Paris, Underwater City, Paris Match, Plastic Waste, Futuristic Architecture, Architect Design, Monuments, Habitats

Architect Designs Oceanic City 3D Printed From Algae, Plastic Waste

Belgium-based architect Vincent Callebaut launched the plans for a futuristic, self-sufficient ocean village called Aequorea. Each village will be home to various "oceanscrapers" submerged 1,000 meters into the oceans, housing up to 20,000 people.

ETH Zurich Pavilion by Block Research Group at Ideas City Festival, New York City Sustainable Architecture, Sustainable Design, Landscape Architecture, Architecture Design, New City, New York City, Visual Merchandising, Temporary Structures, Fabric Structure

Building with Waste

The ETH Zurich Pavilion at the IDEAS CITY Festival in New York City (28-30 May 2015) is built of boards made from discarded beverage cartons, an example of turning waste into a resource, the "matter from which to construct or configure new cities."

The Bartlett School of Architecture: Design Research Folios: The ActiveHouse: Active Thermally Insulated Façades by Stephen Gage Bartlett School Of Architecture, University College London, Design Research, Built Environment, Floor Plans, Teaching, Reuse, Buildings, Learning

The ActiveHouse: Active Thermally Insulated Façades

The Bartlett School of Architecture: Design Research Folios: The ActiveHouse: Active Thermally Insulated Façades by Stephen Gage