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As Virtual Design Festival enters its final week, here are the top 10 most popular videos

July 6, 2020 Benedict Hobson 0

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

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Epiphyte Lab creates architecture “with empathy to all species”

July 6, 2020 Dezeen staff 0
Epiphyte Lab creates architecture "with empathy to all species"

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

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Luxury Modern Lakehouse In Canada

July 6, 2020 HD Staff 0

Architecture firm SAOTA have gone about putting a major modern twist on the typical lakehouse aesthetic in a remote Canadian town. In departure from the regional traditional country cabin style, this summer house design is a highly modern concrete marvel with vast expanses of glass. With that said, the architects have endeavoured to make the […]

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Productora designs pink concrete playgrounds in Mexico

July 6, 2020 Kristine Klein 0
Tlalnepantla Park by Productora

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

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Casa RC House / PKB Arquitetura + Salt Arquitetura

July 6, 2020 Pilar Caballero 0

Open and transparent spaces composes the Casa RC, a architecture design of PKB Arquitetura in partnership with Salt Arquitetura. Located in Barra da Tijuca, in the city of Rio de Janeiro, the design of the house followed one of the requests of the residents: they wanted to have the feeling of living inside a forest. Thus, the ground floor works as a large balcony facing the outside.