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  2. rndrd:

    Moss Stafford. GA Houses. 9 1981: 106

    (via 235amor)

     
  3. Transform Furniture - Michael Jantzen 

    "As the knobs are turned on the chair and table, different colored and/or printed fabrics weave through the frame from one end to the other transforming the look and or function of each piece."

     
  4. Reformed Cube - Michael Janzen 

    "The Reformed Cube was designed to function primarily as a personal meditation space.Six different shaped segments of the eight foot cube are hinged in a way that allows them to be opened in different combinations in order to change the shape of the structure as well as the quality of the light inside. Some of the segments at the base of the structure can be used as places to sit when they are opened to the outside. The entire structure can be moved to any location without the need for a foundation.

    The cubes can also be used on the inside of an existing structure. They can be used for other applications such as a personal office, studio, playhouse, etc. The structures can be segmented in different ways, made in different sizes and shapes, and or clustered together to form multi use spaces. The materials used to build the structures can also vary depending on the final use. Some of these materials might include, wood, metal, paper, and or composite concrete.”

     

  5. 235amor said: Hi! I like your work and I shared it with my colleague. All the best from Croatia, Dorian

    Hi Dorian, thank you so much for your kind words and thanks for sharing! Catrina 

     
  6. neopetcemetery:

    Falkirk Wheel - Falkirk Scotland

    The Falkirk Wheel takes about as much energy as it would to boil about 8 kettles of water

    (via 235amor)

     
  7. Public Pocket Park - Office S&M

    A speculative project we have been working on for a new public space and flower shop to be installed in a neglected space in London.

    The Public Pocket Park provides a new public living room, consisting of a pocket park and a flower shop, returning much needed social space to the high street. At the same time, a new awning for the flower shop will drape over the garden offering shelter and a stoa for locals to gossip under.

     
  8. kirstymcmullan:

    Kentish Oast Houses for drying hops

    (via rchtctrstdntblg)

     
  9. Codex Seraphinianus - Luigi Serafini

    "Originally published in 1981, is an illustrated encyclopedia of an imaginary world, created by the Italian artist, architect, and industrial designer Luigi Serafini during thirty months, from 1976 to 1978.[1] The book is approximately 360 pages long (depending on edition), and written in a strange, generally unintelligible alphabet.” 

     
  10. vahc:

    Ferenc Berko, Denture Shop, Rawalpindi, India.

    (via bandipur)

     
  11. Bartlett Summer School 2014 - ‘The New London Bridge Neighbourhood’

    Tutors: Catrina Stewart, Kaowen Ho and Laura Smith

     The London Bridge we know today is but a ghost of its former self. Once a bustling micro city, with over 200 buildings on the bridge, it stood high, as visible as St. Paul’s Cathedral, and as the proud entrance to the city. With over 3,000 people inhabiting its buildings, with homes, grocery shops, hospitals, butchers, churches and even a water tower, the inhabitants of London Bridge lived precarious lives but they had everything they needed to survive.

       This year we used the bridge as a microcosm to test out domestic moments, scenarios between neighbouring buildings and the spaces they create. From these investigations the students suggested ways in which these important structures could be repaired, rehabilitated and returned to public usefulness. They proposed how we might deal with densification, transport, food, energy and play through various aspects and scales of proposals, from corner shops, public toilets to radically new homes. In doing so, they have proposed and defined a new vernacular for London living and a new design for an inhabited London Bridge.

     
  12. archidose:

    Origami crease patterns

    (Source: langorigami.com, via via-design)

     
  13. Adrianne Jorgensen - Figured Ground, Soft Bounds

    "This project questions the homogenous design of the typical suburb. It begins with the way the land is treated; a flat surface is created for placing homes on identical lots with identical orientations. The boundaries between neighbors are hard and distinct.  
    By instead manipulating the land as mass, Figured Grounds creates a dynamic groundscape. By introducing the fillet, boundaries between neighbors are obscured. Each topographic level represents a lot; each house, made of multiple pavilions, is placed on multiple lots. The varied topography creates a picturesque living experience. “
     
  14. laurenrolwing:

    Richard Woods

     
  15. Olga Kostina’s house with bottle cap patterns on the walls.