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De Yturbe Arquitectos is a Mexican architecture firm with a powerful aesthetic and a practice committed to social, economical and environmental sustainability. Once you have seen some of their work it is almost unmistakable. The buildings emphasize a use of natural light in the spaces they illuminate, as well as how the light interacts with
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Above is the most literal, architectural interpretation of crystals that I could find. It’s a theater, the Kinémax, at an amusement park in France that revolves around the future. The park,Futuroscope, opened nearly 25 years ago and the Kinémax has been an emblem of the park ever since. It’s kind of amazing. The theater, like most of
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“It’s that wonderful ability of 3 great designers, to work together, almost at the peak of their careers. You have Saarinen building his most important domestic commission, you have Girard doing probably his most beautiful interiors, and then you have Kiley’s gardens which have been regarded as one of the masterpieces of 20th Century landscape
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img1 Sports Center, Takamatsu, Japan, 1962-64 (Kenzo Tange)   img2 Silver Towers, New York University, 1964-66 (I.M. Pei)   img3 Palace of Assembly, Chandigarh, India, 1950-58 (Le Corbusier)   img4 Central Beheer Building, Apeldoorn, Netherlands, 1968-72 (Herman Hertzberger)   img5 Richards Medical Laboratories, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1957-60 (Louis Kahn)   img6 Nippon Dental
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  source : tintr.net / Thanks for sharing Hans!
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  Conceived for a couple who collects furniture as a hobby, the design revolves around an open and brought living room that is flexible for multiple configurations.   Situated on a tight site flanked by neighboring structures, the monolithic form is constructed from reinforced concrete and features a multitude of faceted corners. Two volumes protrude
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  Arthur Erickson (1924 – 2009) certainly was one of the greatest canadian (if not north-american) architect of last century. Here are a example of his work but you definetly should take a deep look at his website   source : arthurerickson.com
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  Anyone who has yielded to the luxurious embrace of an Eames lounge chair is well acquainted with its sensual and aesthetic pleasures but Charles and Ray Eames, the husband and wife team behind the enduring classic furniture designs are less familiar.   Their partnership and multifaceted careers — they’re credited with both reinventing the
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Jean Prouvé 1901-1984: Industrial Beauty September 1, 2011, Ivorypress Art + Books presents the show Jean Prouvé 1901-1984: Industrial Beauty, dedicated to the outstanding French engineer, artisan and designer Jean Prouvé (Paris, 1901 – Nancy, 1984).   JEAN PROUVÉ 1901-1984, AV Monografías 149, 2011   This AV/Arquitectura Viva monograph accompanies the exhibition Jean Prouvé 1901-1984:
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Since 1959 Pascal Haüsermann a bohemian architect had a dream to invent a new way in architecture. Looking for new forms of housing to build freedom in a space age time… It was part of an alternative architectural movement that designed to offset the conformism of housing. Construction depends on rigid business rules and offering
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Gio Ponti designed the Villa Planchart, a private home built in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1956. Ponti designed the interiors in a remarkable fashion; he selected (and often designed) furnishings, decorative objects, and even articles of daily use. The modernist principle of integration of the arts with the architecture was naturally carried out in this building.
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In the late 1970′s, a keeper of a rubber company worked out the prototype of the modern space age UFO housing complex using his own factory. He wanted to build a contemporary modern style holiday resort. However, the rubber company closed down in the energy crisis in 1980 and the houses were left unfinished. The
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willy van der meeren

Willy Van der Meeren (1923 – 2002) was a Belgian architect. He was trained in the modernist architecture school Ter Kameren in Brussels. He made his debut in the late forties. His view on architecture and designing furniture was a natural movement. If you look closely to his work you will always find back the
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    Renaat Braem was in the 30s internship at Le Corbusier. He was considered the greatest exponent of modern architecture and urbanism in Belgium. This is due to its striking design of buildings, but also because of the ideological positions and standpoints which he has constantly supervised in practice.   He was from 1947
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PAS House Skateboard House

  The PAS House is the project of a private residence, to be built in Malibu, California. In this house you will be able to skateboard any areas and surfaces, Indoor and Outdoor. The client and visionary of the project is Pierre Andre Senizergues (PAS), a former World champion and Pro Skater, Founder and Owner
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