Layers of mirror and glass feature in Shenzhen's "ghostly" Geijoeng store
by Ali Morris on January 20, 2020 at 9:00 AM
Studio 10 has layered an array of reflective, translucent and transparent materials to create an ethereal store for a womenswear brand in Shenzhen. Designed by Studio 10 for Geijoeng – a Chinese minimalist womenswear brand – the 120-square-metre store features glass brick walls, a mirrored dropped ceiling and a green terrazzo floor. The studio's aim The post Layers of mirror and glass feature in Shenzhen's "ghostly" Geijoeng store appeared first on Dezeen.
House of Finn Juhl reissues Little Mother sofa after 75 years "in hibernation"
by Alyn Griffiths on January 20, 2020 at 7:00 AM
Danish furniture producer House of Finn Juhl has relaunched a sofa created by the renowned furniture designer for his own home in 1945. The Little Mother Sofa is one of the lesser-known furniture designs developed by Finn Juhl, who was responsible for iconic pieces such as the Chieftain Chair and Pelican Chair. House of Finn Juhl, The post House of Finn Juhl reissues Little Mother sofa after 75 years "in hibernation" appeared first on Dezeen.
Forest house of stone and glass is reflected back in water
by Jon Astbury on January 20, 2020 at 2:00 AM
A stone-clad house in woodland close to Antwerp by DDM Architectuur features an indoor pool and a double-height music room overlooking a pond. Called House Bras after its location in the municipality of Braschaat, DDM Architectuur clad the home with slabs of Muschelkalk stone, so it sits like a boulder among the trees. A pond The post Forest house of stone and glass is reflected back in water appeared first on Dezeen.
10 black cabins in remote places around the world
by Bridget Cogley on January 19, 2020 at 6:00 PM
From waterfront properties with uninterrupted views to gabled homes nestled among pine trees, we've rounded up 10 black cabins that provide hideaways in unique places around the world. Les Rorquals by Alain Carle Architecte This house is among a number of black cabins in Canada's province of Quebec. Built by Alain Carle Architecte, the gabled construction The post 10 black cabins in remote places around the world appeared first on Dezeen.
Oak walls partition offices in Montreal law firm by Naturehumaine
by James Brillon on January 19, 2020 at 3:00 PM
A lawyer's office occupies a contemporary extension to a commercial building in Montreal, which local studio Naturehumaine designed with a monochrome palette and wooden accents. The Montreal firm designed the renovation for a two-storey commercial structure in residential neighbourhood Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie. In addition to renovating the existing building, which contains leasable commercial space on the lower The post Oak walls partition offices in Montreal law firm by Naturehumaine appeared first on Dezeen.
Bridge links historic German museum to travertine-clad extension
by Jon Astbury on January 19, 2020 at 12:00 PM
Bez + Kock Architekten used a bridge to connect an extension and a 17th-century museum in Arnsberg, Germany, forming the Museum and Cultural Forum South Westphalia. The new building is a travertine-clad extension to the Sauerland Museum, housed in the Landsberger Hof, that dates from 1605. Museum and Cultural Forum South Westphalia steps down down The post Bridge links historic German museum to travertine-clad extension appeared first on Dezeen.
Marcante Testa brings colour and geometry to the bathroom for Ex.t
by Amy Frearson on January 19, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Italian architecture studio Marcante Testa has unveiled a new range for bathroom brand Ex.t, which references the work of American pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. Ex.t launched the Frieze collection at the Maison&Objet furniture fair in Paris this weekend. It is designed to reference Lichtenstein's Entablatures, a series of paintings made up of horizontal layers, which the artist The post Marcante Testa brings colour and geometry to the bathroom for Ex.t appeared first on Dezeen.
See luxurious boutique hotels on our new Pinterest board
by Daria Casalini on January 19, 2020 at 8:00 AM
Our new Pinterest board showcases images of boutique hotels from around the world, including a property nestled in a field of olive trees in Portugal, and a hotel that boasts an exhibition space. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest or visit our new board to see more. The board features a dilapidated property in Romania that was converted into a The post See luxurious boutique hotels on our new Pinterest board appeared first on Dezeen.
NL Architects unveils Forum Groningen as a "cultural department store"
by Amy Frearson on January 19, 2020 at 6:00 AM
NL Architects has completed a huge cultural complex in Groningen, which is set to become an important landmark for the Dutch city. Billed as a "cultural department store", Forum Groningen contains a wide variety of facilities, including cinema screens, exhibition galleries, an auditorium for performances and talks, library facilities and workspaces. At its heart of the The post NL Architects unveils Forum Groningen as a "cultural department store" appeared first on Dezeen.
FreelandBuck pavilion in Palo Alto documents life "over the course of one day"
by Kristine Klein on January 18, 2020 at 6:00 PM
FreelandBuck has installed a pavilion in a Palo Alto plaza comprising triangular panels imprinted with images of the public enjoying the same site on a day last year. Cache Me if You Can is on view in front of the Palo Alto City Hall. Its exterior is printed with images that chart the movement of The post FreelandBuck pavilion in Palo Alto documents life "over the course of one day" appeared first on Dezeen.
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