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Canadian firm Ancerl Studio has designed a pair of houses in Toronto to make them look like a single building. Read more
openings on the roof allow trees to grow up from the ground level. The post studio velocity tops wooden office in japan with curved inhabitable roof appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
portuguese design firm studium presents its 'spectris innovation center,' a vibrant and industrial creative studio in porto. The post studium occupies vast, underground warehouse in porto with ‘spectris’ creative workspace appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A team of post-graduate students from London's Bartlett School of Architecture’s Design Computation Lab has created a modular home office to promote its automated architecture (AUAR) project, which involves the use of robotic fabrication. Dubbed ALIS (automated living system), the project features the construction of prefabricated plywood building blocks that join together to create indoor spaces
it is imagined that the structure could be constructed quickly from sustainable prefabricated wooden elements. The post studio prototype designs prefabricated ‘vital house’ to combat COVID-19 appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Whether it's entangling marine animals, clogging their guts when they eat it, or forming giant floating "garbage patches," oceanic plastic waste is a huge problem. There may be new hope however, in the form of what is claimed to be a better type of marine-biodegradable plastic.Continue ReadingCategory: Environment, ScienceTags: Biodegradable, Osaka University, Plastic waste, Ocean plastics
Intervention Architecture has installed shapeshifting furniture in a Barbican apartment in London, allowing it to transform from a home into a dance studio. Read more
Architect Martin Massé has designed Orsetto 02, a rounded stone coffee table for the New York gallery Studio Twenty Seven. Read more
Velvet green seating is coupled with wood latticework in this Japanese restaurant located inside Brooklyn creative hub A/D/O. Read more
Roger Cicala, founder and owner of Lensrentals, is best known in these parts for tearing down, repairing and reviewing lenses. But not long ago (relatively speaking), it wasn’t just lenses Roger was mending; he was also a physician. As such, his experience in these two fields makes him uniquely qualified to talk about something we should all be mindful of — how to keep yourself and your camera ge is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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