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  • Buckley Gray Yeoman gives Panagram office in London a "retro-pop aesthetic"
    by Dan Howarth on January 25, 2021 at 2:00 AM

    UK architecture studio Buckley Gray Yeoman has revived a 1980s office building in Central London, creating colourful spaces using painted ductwork, translucent curtains and speckled terrazzo. The newly opened Panagram encompasses 4,830 square metres in the city's Clerkenwell neighbourhood and offers rentable office spaces across multiple levels. Using the original building's pink granite cladding as The post Buckley Gray Yeoman gives Panagram office in London a "retro-pop aesthetic" appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Casa Etérea is a mirrored off-grid cabin on the slopes of the Palo Huérfano volcano
    by Jennifer Hahn on January 24, 2021 at 6:00 PM

    Solar panels and harvested rainwater power this mirrored holiday home by first-time architect Prashant Ashoka, which was designed to be self-sufficient and in harmony with its surroundings. Casa Etérea is nestled into the slopes of an extinct volcano in the Los Picachos highlands, near the Mexican city of San Miguel de Allende, and surrounded by 10,000 The post Casa Etérea is a mirrored off-grid cabin on the slopes of the Palo Huérfano volcano appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Charred wood clads Meadows Haus in Utah by Klima Architecture
    by Jenna McKnight on January 24, 2021 at 12:00 PM

    Blackened timber and quartzite wrap the exterior of this multi-story dwelling by US firm Klima Architecture, which was designed for a family relocating from California to a Utah ski town. The Meadows Haus is located in Park City, which is situated along the eastern front of the Wasatch Mountains. The project was designed as a The post Charred wood clads Meadows Haus in Utah by Klima Architecture appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Keiji Ashizawa uses "rough materials" to create cosy restaurant interior
    by Ali Morris on January 24, 2021 at 10:00 AM

    Wood-wool cement-board walls and concrete tabletops feature in this Tokyo restaurant interior by Japanese architect Keiji Ashizawa. Located a few minutes walk from Kawaguchi station in one of Tokyo's largest commuter towns, Grillno is a cosy, 26-seat restaurant that serves a menu of smoked and grilled dishes. Built on the second floor of a concrete The post Keiji Ashizawa uses "rough materials" to create cosy restaurant interior appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Fabien Barrau uses drone shots to create visions of cities after a climate apocalypse
    by India Block on January 24, 2021 at 6:00 AM

    French digital artist Fabien Barrau uses his own drone photography to make photo montages of how ruined architecture might appear after a climate change apocalypse. Called News From the Future, the series of renderings depict famous architectural landmarks in places such as Paris, Rome, New York and London submerged beneath waves or smothered in desert The post Fabien Barrau uses drone shots to create visions of cities after a climate apocalypse appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Gerardo Osio unravels Mexico's indigenous past with set of "disrupted" objects
    by Jane Englefield on January 23, 2021 at 6:00 PM

    Mexican designer Gerardo Osio has created Raíz Noreste, a collection of objects including concrete sandals that combine traditional and modern materials to make a statement about the history of northeast Mexico. Named Raíz Noreste, which translates as northeast root, the series of designs investigates the native past of what is now considered to be the The post Gerardo Osio unravels Mexico's indigenous past with set of "disrupted" objects appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Opaque facades hide interior courtyard of Utah’s Host House by Kipp Edick and Joe Sadoski
    by Jenna McKnight on January 23, 2021 at 3:00 PM

    A central courtyard brings daylight into an inward-facing, cedar-clad home in Salt Lake City that was designed by American architects Kipp Edick and Joe Sadoski for a ski coach. The Host House sits within a residential neighbourhood in Utah's capital, along the western front of the Wasatch Mountains. The client was the late Alan Hayes, The post Opaque facades hide interior courtyard of Utah’s Host House by Kipp Edick and Joe Sadoski appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Assorted bricks give texture to facade of Camp del Ferro sports centre in Barcelona
    by Amy Frearson on January 23, 2021 at 12:00 PM

    A mix of solid and perforated bricks creates rich patterns in the facade of this Barcelona sports centre, completed by three collaborating architecture studios. Albert Salazar Junyent and Joan Carles Navarro of AIA, Antoni Barceló and Bárbara Balanzó of Barceló-Balanzó Arquitectes, and Gustau Gili Galfetti all teamed up on the design of Camp del Ferro. The post Assorted bricks give texture to facade of Camp del Ferro sports centre in Barcelona appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Ten bathrooms designed to take advantage of the view
    by Tom Ravenscroft on January 23, 2021 at 10:00 AM

    We've rounded up 10 bathrooms with incredible views, including a house on the Isle of Skye with a bath overlooking a loch and a jungle cabin with a glass-walled shower. This is the latest roundup in a series providing visual inspiration for the home. Previous articles in the series showcased living rooms with calm interiors, peaceful The post Ten bathrooms designed to take advantage of the view appeared first on Dezeen.

  • This week a pink seesaw installation on the US-Mexico border was named Design of the Year
    by Tom Ravenscroft on January 23, 2021 at 6:00 AM

    This week on Dezeen, an installation of three pink seesaws that allow children to play across the border won the Design Museum's Design of the Year award. Named the Teeter-Totter Wall, the pink seesaws were designed by architecture studio Rael San Fratello to connect children on both sides of the border wall. "We are living in a time when people are longing The post This week a pink seesaw installation on the US-Mexico border was named Design of the Year appeared first on Dezeen.