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Leviang Teng. Interior architect. UNSW. Syd.

enochliew:

House in Inbe by Tamotsu Teshima

This is a studio and residence for a ceramic artist whose creative work blends completely into his daily live.

(Source: tteshima.com)

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archatlas:

Nagaoka City Hall Aore Kengo Kuma and Associates

"With the growth of cities and their scale, public buildings of 20th Century were likely to be driven away to the suburbs, often as isolated concrete boxes in parking lots. We wanted to reverse this flow with Nagaoka Aore. We moved the city hall back to the center of the town and revived a real “heart of town,” which is located in a walking distance from anywhere, working along with people’s everyday life. This is exactly like the city hall historically nurtured in Europe, and embodies the idea of compact city in the environment-oriented age. We adopted the traditional method of “tataki,” and “nakadoma,” which is to function as a meeting point for the community, is no longer the mere concrete box – the space is gently surrounded by placid structure, finished with wood and solar panels."

(via sammyfix11)

— 3 months ago with 659 notes

enochliew:

Geometric Reflections by Victoria Siemer

Also known as Withchoria, her graphic design work consists primarily of photomanipulation.

(Source: instagram.com)

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enochliew:

Halffloors by Pedro Brito

Minimalism is achieved with aluminium window frames that are flushed with the façade and handrails without balustrades.

(Source: halffloors.com)

— 3 months ago with 245 notes

enochliew:

Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs

Not only a portable design, but able to print on any size page.

(Source: Engadget)

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enochliew:

House in Ontinyent by Borja Garcia

The house is just full of supremely well executed details.

(Source: borjagarcia.es)

— 5 months ago with 425 notes

monkeyknifefight:

Elisa Strozyk

Wooden. Rugs. Rolls those two words around in your mind hole for a minute or two. German artist Elisa Strozyk has created three variations of these delightful coverings. Strozyk dyes and connects row upon row of triangular pieces as she pulls together the end result of a colored wooden rug, which is so flexible that you can literally crumple it up and toss it into a corner. (via Design Milk)


(Source: -l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s, via sammyfix11)

— 5 months ago with 47320 notes