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although through its form and materiality the structure exists in permanent dialog with the site's main dwelling, it also seeks to create a 'world of its own.' The post cadaval & solà-morales builds a stone pool house with a courtyard that opens up to the sky appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
analogy addresses the recurrence of stone-made forms and spatial configurations in jerusalem across time in an effort to develop new expressions. The post AAU ANASTAS investigates traditional stone vaulting in jerusalem with ‘analogy’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Belgian studio Gijs Van Vaerenbergh has created a reception pavilion for the German Military Cemetery in Hooglede by cutting six vaults out of a huge stone block. Read more
a gridded canopy comprised of thirty-six pieces of volcanic stone are suspended above the escandón terrace and anchored to a metallic structure spanning overhead. The post PALMA suspends gridded canopy of volcanic stone over mexico city terrace appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
cheon has created 'art in daemyung' for the garden of daemyung resort in south korea, using both natural and man-made materials. The post korean designer chiho cheon’s bench design uses stone to harmonize with nature appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
inspired by zen gardens where stones are considered as the soul of the garden, shintai stones have been used in the design. The post thailand based designer chitapanya, blends life and nature in ‘zen stone’ collection appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
This private home in Kuwait, deigned by AGi Architects, features a faceted concrete shell clad in stone that folds up and around a central courtyard. Read more
This compact dining spot in Lima is designed by local studio Ghezzi Novak as a snug space, decorated with natural materials that reflect the authenticity of the food. Read more
Mexico City design studio Davidpompa has created a black pendant lamp from black volcanic rock more commonly used to make bowls for smashing avocado. Read more
built pro bono, the eighteen structures provide a new home for over 100 people of the marginalized batwa group, who lives in great poverty ever since its eviction from the forest. The post studio FH uses eucalyptus poles and rubble stone to build the batwa settlement in uganda appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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