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Kanye West’s dome-shaped housing prototypes are demolished

September 16, 2019 Bridget Cogley 0
Kanye West homeless housing prototypes under construction

Kanye West’s domed low-cost housing prototypes have been demolished on his property in Calabasas, California, following reports that the musician failed to secure a building permit. News site TMZ reported that three of West’s four domes were torn down last week just days before the 15 September deadline set by Los Angeles County Department of

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Living Room Ideas – How To Hide The Television In Plain Sight

September 16, 2019 Erin 0

Photography by Andrey Bezuglov When Nelly Prodan Design were tasked with designing a light, spacious, and cozy apartment that combines Scandinavian style and minimalism, as well as having functionality before aesthetics, they came up with a creative way of hiding the television in the living room. Photography by Andrey Bezuglov They did this by creating […]

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This New House Covered With Shingles Adds Some Woodly Charm To The Street

September 16, 2019 Erin 0

Photography by Ben Hosking Mani Architecture has designed a modern cottage-like house in Melbourne, Australia, that’s covered in wood shingles. The house, which sits on a thin narrow lot, has a front garden with a built-in table and benches. Photography by Ben Hosking Inside the front door, there’s two separate entrances. The first leads to […]

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House As / MARU。architecture

September 16, 2019 Andreas Luco 0

Overlapping discrete spaces. This is a house for a family of four located in Nagoya, Japan. The house is required to be a place where a young married couple and their two little children can live adapting to various changes of their stage of life expected to arrive in the future. A family relationship greatly changes as time goes on. When the children are infant, they are intimate with their parents. When they are adolescent, they gradually come to keep distances from their parents. When they leave home, a life of the elder couple begins.

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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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Austin Community College San Gabriel Campus / SmithGroup

September 16, 2019 Andreas Luco 0

The rapid growth of North Austin catalyzed Austin Community College District (ACC) to purchase a 100-acre site to address the future educational needs of this expanding population. Master planned for 12,000 students and 1,000,000 SF of future development, the result is ACC’s new San Gabriel Campus.

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Flying House / Raquel Pelosi Arquitetura e Design Visual

September 16, 2019 Daniel Tapia 0

The simplicity of the shapes and the clean volume without any information made it possible to create a mini-release in the facade block, making it free from the ground a few centimeters. And those six inches so small by such an important building turned out to be giant and named the project Flying House.

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Incredible LA Mansion With Views Of The Ocean And Downtown

September 16, 2019 HD Staff 0

As well as boasting incredible 180 degree views from the Ocean to Downtown LA, this 18,850 square foot house exhibits magnificent AIA award-winning modern design. The Orum House, created by famed architect Zoltan Pali, stands on a 1.6 acre lot with a large swimming pool, plus 6,000 square feet of covered terraces and outdoor decks […]

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Station Park / City of Buenos Aires

September 16, 2019 Clara Ott 0

The Park Station responds to a need of the residents of the districts of Balvanera and Almagro by adding a new public park in these two communities, which have a lower amount of green space per inhabitant in Buenos Aires.