It's not easy seamlessly blending two distant and distinct styles in one structure, but Austin's Architecture 365 appears to have mastered the skill. Bottom photo by: Tre Dunham
Daily Archives: December 7, 2009
This high-rise residential project, designed by WOHA architects of Singapore, investigate the opportunities for high-rise living in the tropics. The design won a MIPIM future project award, and is now completed. Rather than adopting models developed in temperate countries, with a strong separation of interior and exterior, this project explores how aspects — Continue reading
With the holidays coming up, you have to really stand out with your cards. My boyfriend gave me a card from Mean Cards, and I was so tickled by them I had to share. The drawings are minimal but full of feelings. Here are some good ones for the season. — Continue reading
This kind of "Baroque" style is still a commercial succes, and many materials had been used to make all kinds of products: wall clocks, lamps, vases. And now, this coffee table structure, made with laser cut 15mm acrylic.Design by Luciano Santelli, via Limonada-biz.