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Architects, Engineers, Artists, Designers and students from all around the world are invited to participate in the Expo Milano 2015 with projects that propose solutions to the theme of the Expo Milano 2015 “Feeding the planet, energy for life.” Participants are also being encouraged to submit proposals that solve some of the main challenges that our society is facing, such as the rapid population growth and all the problems that this brings (destruction of the ecosystems, social divisions, scarcity of resources, etc.).
Well that weekend just flew by! I feel like I need a weekend from my weekend...sports, piano, school carnival, birthday party...it was a full one.
A week off is so very nice, it makes me feel normal again to not spend my hours sitting behind a computer all day and instead soaking up the sunshine.
Oh my word! I've been stalking admiring this beautiful instagram account since I discovered it a couple of weeks ago.
fresh anemones & tulips: welcome spring! (via vintage blackboard - floraqueen)
This week, we have family arriving for Easter. YAY! I want more places in our small apartment for company to relax.
We're back from a sunny and warm two weeks in Florida. It was so nice to get away and thaw out from the (never ending) chill and ice of New England- hopefully things will start looking and feeling like spring around here soon!
While reading about Geoffrey Bennison's passion for antique textiles, especially those floral-print documents which he was so fond of, I was reminded of Schumacher's 125th Anniversary collection.
In recent months, we've seen the term "minimalism" increasingly diluted with each passing pin, social post, and tweet.
Whoever said that the lavatory is strictly a place for “business” was WAY off. This highly trafficked room deserves so much more.
Designed by Andrew Franz Architect, Tribeca Loft in located in New York, NY, USA. In Manhattan’s landmarked Tribeca North area, the 3,000-square-feet top floor and roof of an 1884 caviar warehouse are reconceived as a residence with large open entertaining zones and a fluid connection with the outdoor environment. To add to its sustainable nature, new and energy-efficient mechanical systems and appliances are employed.
Are you ready for a kitchen renovation? Are you ready to take your traditional home and turn it into something more contemporary and chic?
Hi everyone! I am still slowly swinging back into real life.I have to be honest, I really thought I was going to rebound faster than I have from surgery.
Designed in 2014 by Reinach Mendonça Arquitetos Associados, this contemporary three-storey residence is located in São Paulo, Brazil. Spacious and welcoming, the interiors are flooded in natural light from the extensive glazing.
I‘ve always had a dream to live in forever house. But that desire was often in conflict with my dreams to find the perfect house first.
Playful Approach to Modern Living in Taiwan: The Family Playground by House Design. We love the vibrant character exuded by this home in Kaohsiung city, Taiwan.
I hope you guys had a great weekend! I’m sorry that I have neglected the blog for a few weeks. I have been focused on my artwork and trying to figure out how I can balance blogging and expanding my art business, which has been growing. I want to do both but I’m discovering that it’s pretty much impossible to give...
This modern single family house is situated in Mühlheim, Germany. It was completely redesigned in 2012 by ONE!
Architects: Atelier d’Architecture Brenac-Gonzalez Location: Choisy-le-Roi, France Architect In Charge: Florent Descolas Economist: MEBI Area: 2400.0 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Sergio Grazia From the architect.