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Vietnam's BambuBuild, working in collaboration with architecture firm Tran Ba Tiep, was commissioned to create a visually impressive and environmentally friendly centerpiece of a large restaurant. In response, the team has risen to the occasion by constructing an intricate dining hall from bamboo.Continue ReadingCategory: Architecture, LifestyleTags: Building and Construction, Bamboo, Vietnam, su
300 kilos of locally sourced waste, such as marine marker buoys, dredging floats, road barriers, and water tanks turned into a luxury dining table. The post chinara darwish repurposes redundant marine waste into a dining table at dubai design week appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Our latest lookbook explores homes where built-in benches or banquettes offer an inviting place to sit around the dining table, while also helping to save space. Read more
A brutalist apartment in Belgium and a coastal house in Australia feature in this lookbook, which collects open-plan interiors where dining tables are the focal point. Read more
Architects John Friedman and Alice Kimm have stacked a white concrete mass with sinuous cutouts into a hillside as a home for their family in Los Angeles, complete with a yellow crane in the kitchen and a pink accessory dwelling unit. Read more
Dezeen Showroom: rounded timber joinery that echoes the bends of a river characterises the Molloy dining chair, created by designer Adam Goodrum for Australian brand Nau. Read more
the connectors double as meeting rooms and spaces to unwind across three floors while the 5th-floor restaurant unfolds as five island-themed dining zones. The post studio modijefsky brings playgrounds & immersive dining to city campus appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
For our latest lookbook, we've selected eight dining rooms from the Dezeen archive where wooden panelling was used to create cosy, earthy environments with an organic feel. Read more
Freelance creative director John Tymkiw has spent the last three years photographing the outdoor dining shelters that sprang up on the streets of New York City during the coronavirus pandemic. Here, he selects 10 of his favourites. Read more
from the fine shaping of molten glass to the delicate chopping of ingredients, the intricacies behind both crafts converge. The post romain thomassin captures the parallels between fine dining and artisanal glassblowing appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. 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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