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architectural office BIRO has recently redesigned an early 20th-century bourgeois apartment into a modern and unconventional office for one of the best croatian advertising agencies.The post BIRO designs advertising agency in zagreb with environments fit for creative moments appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
instead of demolishing the existing school building, JOKE. inc. has made use of its inherent appeal, avoiding unnecessary decoration in favor of simple finishes.The post JOKE. renovates school in tokyo with environments tailored to students’ activities appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
If you take a look at the different types of sharks, you'll see that some are sleek and streamlined like fixed-wing airplanes, while others are more bulbous and blimp-like. A new study has determined that this difference in body type is determined by what part of the ocean the creatures inhabit...Continue Reading Airplane or airship? Different shark bodies for different environmentsCategory:
the project is a collaboration between the lumicene company and french architect christophe benichou.The post lumishell, the prefab peanut-shaped dwelling, provides living space in harsh environments appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Legal eagles tap into desktop Interview  Implementing virtual desktops across a whole enterprise is rarely as easy as it sounds in vendor white papers. Rich Raether, IT manager, and Dan Putnam, published systems architect at large US law firm Quarles & Brady faced a unique set of challenges when they decided to roll out virtual desktops as a means of improving the firm's business continuity s


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