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  • Zeller & Moye arranges timber house around pine trees in German forest
    by Tom Ravenscroft on July 7, 2020 at 1:00 AM

    Architecture studio Zeller & Moye has built a house entirely from timber, which is arranged in five boxes to avoid existing pine trees in Klein Köris, eastern Germany. Built in a forested area near the lakeside village of Klein Köris, the single-storey house's staggered layout was determined by the existing pine trees on the site. Zelle & Moye aimed The post Zeller & Moye arranges timber house around pine trees in German forest appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Foster + Partners' One Beverly Hills masterplan includes luxury hotel and lush gardens
    by Eleanor Gibson on July 6, 2020 at 8:31 PM

    British firm Foster + Partners has unveiled a masterplan for a site in Beverly Hills that will include plant-covered residences and elevated botanical gardens. Unveiled by developers Alagem Capital Group and Cain International, One Beverly Hills is designed for a 17.5 acre (seven hectare) site that is home to the Beverly Hilton and Waldorf Astoria The post Foster + Partners' One Beverly Hills masterplan includes luxury hotel and lush gardens appeared first on Dezeen.

  • As Virtual Design Festival enters its final week, here are the top 10 most popular videos
    by Benedict Hobson on July 6, 2020 at 4:59 PM

    Since VDF launched on 15 April, we have broadcast nearly 200 videos, which have been viewed more than two million times. As we enter the final week of the festival, here are the 10 most-watched movies so far.   1. Orange Juice for the Ears The most popular VDF video so far is this documentary The post As Virtual Design Festival enters its final week, here are the top 10 most popular videos appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Epiphyte Lab creates architecture "with empathy to all species"
    by Dezeen staff on July 6, 2020 at 4:20 PM

    VDF studio profile: Epiphyte Lab is a Pittsburgh-based practice, which sees architecture as an inherent part of its surrounding ecology. The studio's work is based on cross-disciplinary collaboration and "operates between design and science" in order to incorporate research directly into the fabric of its buildings. Dana Cupkova, an associate professor at the Carnegie Mellon School The post Epiphyte Lab creates architecture "with empathy to all species" appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Lensvelt presents Maarten Baas, Fabio Novembre and Studio Job designs at VDF products fair
    by Lizzie Crook on July 6, 2020 at 2:30 PM

    Dutch furniture brand Lensvelt presents furniture by Maarten Baas, Fabio Novembre and Studio Job at VDF products fair as part of our ongoing collaboration with the Dutch furniture brand. The showcase forms part of our VDF x Lensvelt collaboration taking place this week. Earlier today, we broadcast a series of live talks with the brand The post Lensvelt presents Maarten Baas, Fabio Novembre and Studio Job designs at VDF products fair appeared first on Dezeen.

  • New Balance by Fabio Novembre for Lensvelt
    by Dezeen staff on July 6, 2020 at 2:11 PM

    VDF products fair: Lensvelt's modular sofa system New Balance is designed by Italian architect and designer Fabio Novembre as a metaphor "for the uncertainties of our time". New Balance comprises a series of modular seats, including an armchair, single sofa and a chaise longue, which are characterised by sloped bodies with uneven legs. The modules The post New Balance by Fabio Novembre for Lensvelt appeared first on Dezeen.

  • 101 Chair by Maarten Baas for Lensvelt
    by Dezeen staff on July 6, 2020 at 2:06 PM

    VDF products fair: Amorphous backrests with a hand-drawn aesthetic characterise the customisable 101 Chairs that Maarten Baas has designed for Lensvelt. First launched in 2017 at the Salone del Mobile, the 101 Chair is celebrated for its versatility and for becoming Dutch designer Baas' first mass-produced product. Today it forms the basis of the expanded The post 101 Chair by Maarten Baas for Lensvelt appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Job Cabinet by Studio Job for Lensvelt
    by Dezeen staff on July 6, 2020 at 2:02 PM

    VDF products fair: An oversized "fairytale golden key" protrudes from the understated metal body of the Job Cabinet created by Studio Job for Lensvelt. Described by Lensvelt as an archetype, the Job Cabinet has a deliberately simple form with a single door, and is intended for use as storage space in an office or at home. The post Job Cabinet by Studio Job for Lensvelt appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Productora designs pink concrete playgrounds in Mexico
    by Kristine Klein on July 6, 2020 at 2:00 PM

    Pink concrete forms seats, steps and climbing walls in these two public parks designed by Mexican architecture firm Productora. Infonavit, a federal company in Mexico that designs worker's housing, tasked Productora to create the two parks for residential communities in Tlalnepantla de Baz and Tultitlán, Mexico. Both public spaces are situated on narrow strips of The post Productora designs pink concrete playgrounds in Mexico appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Fabio Novembre and Hans Lensvelt discuss work and design in live talk for VDF
    by Cajsa Carlson on July 6, 2020 at 12:39 PM

    Virtual Design Festival teamed up with Dutch design brand Lensvelt to host a design-focused conversation between designer Fabio Novembre, Lensvelt founder Hans Lensvelt and Marcus Fairs. The final talk in our VDF x Lensvelt collaboration highlighted Novembre's first product for Lensvelt, the 2019 New Balance Sofa. The modular sofa system features sloping armchairs, single sofas and The post Fabio Novembre and Hans Lensvelt discuss work and design in live talk for VDF appeared first on Dezeen.

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