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CTA tucks Confluence House into a lush Montana river valley

September 18, 2019 Jenna McKnight 0
Confluence House by CTA

A trio of buildings with wood and stone-clad walls form this dwelling in Montana by the architecture studio CTA, which was designed to embrace its setting in a verdant valley ringed by trees and mountains. The Confluence House is located in Whitefish, a small town in northwest Montana, near Glacier National Park. Situated at the

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De La Espada and The Future Perfect team up to dress model apartment in Tribeca

September 17, 2019 Jenna McKnight 0
De La Espada and The Future Perfect Showroom

A wooden settle with a spindly backrest and a metal coffee table depicting an abstracted orgy are among the pieces featured in a Manhattan show residence that was curated by furniture retailers The Future Perfect and De La Espada. The unit is located within 100 Franklin Street, a mixed-use, brick-clad building that “juxtaposes the cutting

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De La Espada and The Future Perfect team up to dress model apartment in Tribeca

September 17, 2019 Jenna McKnight 0
De La Espada and The Future Perfect Showroom

A wooden settle with a spindly backrest and a metal coffee table depicting an abstracted orgy are among the pieces featured in a Manhattan show residence that was curated by furniture retailers The Future Perfect and De La Espada. The unit is located within 100 Franklin Street, a mixed-use, brick-clad building that “juxtaposes the cutting

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Preservation easement will protect architect Eliot Noyes’ family home in New Caanan

September 16, 2019 Jenna McKnight 0
Eliot Noyes Family home by Eliot Noyes

The family of mid-century architect Eliot Noyes, who was a member of the Harvard Five, has agreed to place his Connecticut home into an easement to ensure its longterm survival. The Noyes House II is located in New Canaan, a town well known for architectural works such as Philip Johnson’s Glass House and the Grace

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NBBJ designs Bark’s Ohio office for both humans and dogs

September 14, 2019 Jenna McKnight 0
BARKBOX Office by NBBJ

Bunkbed-style seating nooks and an indoor play area are among the features at this Columbus office, which was designed by architecture firm NBBJ for a company that creates dog toys and treats. The Bark office is located in the Ohio city’s Franklinton neighbourhood, a deprived district that is now being revitalised. Spread across two floors,

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Weathering steel PedX bridge connects Northeastern University campus with science block

September 14, 2019 Jenna McKnight 0
PedX by Payette

Architecture firm Payette has created a pedestrian bridge at Northeastern University in Boston with tall metal walls and slender glazed openings that offer a glimpse of passing trains. Designed by local firm Payette, the Northeastern University Pedestrian Crossing, called PedX, is located on the school’s campus in central Boston. Stretching 320 feet (98 metres), the

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Heliotrope Architects creates secret room inside Seattle’s Cortina restaurant

September 13, 2019 Jenna McKnight 0
Cortina by Heliotrope Architects

Local studio Heliotrope Architects has designed an upscale Italian eatery in downtown Seattle with clean lines, various tones of wood and a secret room tucked behind a one-way mirror. Cortina is located at the base of Two Union Square, a prominent office tower in downtown Seattle. The restaurant’s north-facing storefront, which stretches 100 feet (30metres), has

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SuperLimão creates sunken taproom and beer garden for Brazilian brewery

September 11, 2019 Jenna McKnight 0
Brazilian Colorado Brewery by SuperLimao

Gabion walls, laminated wood and concrete were used to form this cave-like beer hall in southeastern Brazil, which was designed by SuperLimão Studio to minimise energy usage. Toca do Urso – the Portuguese term for “bear lair” – is located in Ribeirão Preto, a city in southeastern Brazil with a hot climate. The project entailed

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Spanish Colonial house in Los Angeles receives major update by Síol Studios

September 10, 2019 Jenna McKnight 0

California firm Síol Studios has maintained the historical character of a 1920s dwelling while adding contemporary elements, including an eclectic array of furnishings and artwork. Encompassing 1,848 square feet (172 square metres), the Genesee project was designed for Sonya Yu and Zack Lara, a San Francisco couple with two children. They desired a second home

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Spanish Colonial house in Los Angeles receives major update by Síol Studios

September 10, 2019 Jenna McKnight 0

California firm Síol Studios has maintained the historical character of a 1920s dwelling while adding contemporary elements, including an eclectic array of furnishings and artwork. Encompassing 1,848 square feet (172 square metres), the Genesee project was designed for Sonya Yu and Zack Lara, a San Francisco couple with two children. They desired a second home

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