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simplicity is king in this beautiful rental in puglia, where the designer creates a perfect embellishment of the natural landscape. The post la casa degli monti is the quintessential southern italian escape appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
analog motion's ultra-lightweight, minimalist, aluminum framed design is enhanced with a detachable 24V battery that gives riders that extra push. The post minimal analog motion AM1 electric bike substitutes weight for power appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Trees grow through holes in the concrete floors and ceilings of the Shen Shen Garden office in Shanghai, which was designed to preserve the site's natural features. Read more
beijing vanke jade academy sky library responds to more flexibility and possibility of building function and usage under the increasingly complicated and diversified modern society. The post lacime architects’ light-grey ‘sky library’ in beijing blends in with background horizon appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Heavy-duty materials, including oriented strand board and steel, lend an industrial aesthetic to this renovated loft apartment in Paris, called Under the Roof. Read more
the lostvilla hotel, nestled in the mountains of china, was designed to recall a place one could merely find in myth. The post naturalbuild’s lostvilla boutique hotel sits beneath the peak of china’s moganshan mountain appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the centerpiece of the cultural destination will be an arts center designed by architect wang zhenfei of HHD FUN. The post valley XL: plans for vast cultural development in china unveiled at venice biennale appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Dezeen promotion: Artworks by Van Gogh and the pattern of natural stone are among the references incorporated into Forbo's latest range of flocked floor coverings. Read more
Vancouver firm Michael Green Architecture has built a boathouse for storing racing shells and sails and monitoring maritime activity, with translucent walls and garage doors. Read more
each visitor chooses their speed and route through the exhibition, which remains in venice until november 2018, but is on view online indefinitely. The post 435 projects have been ‘tattooed’ on the walls of the spanish pavilion at the venice biennale appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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