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Breakwater in Jamestown is both a public playground and a sculpture

February 25, 2021 Jane Englefield 0
A child playing on Breakwater

Canadian designers Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster have made Breakwater, a concrete sky-blue playground in Jamestown, New York out of repurposed wave breakers. Breakwater is made from dolosse, heavy prefabricated concrete blocks normally used to prevent coastal erosion, that have been repurposed as a climbing frame. Formed of complex geometric shapes, piles of dolosse are positioned

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Breakwater in Jamestown is both a public playground and a sculpture

February 25, 2021 Jane Englefield 0
A child playing on Breakwater

Canadian designers Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster have made Breakwater, a concrete sky-blue playground in Jamestown, New York out of repurposed wave breakers. Breakwater is made from dolosse, heavy prefabricated concrete blocks normally used to prevent coastal erosion, that have been repurposed as a climbing frame. Formed of complex geometric shapes, piles of dolosse are positioned

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Breakwater in Jamestown is both a public playground and a sculpture

February 25, 2021 Jane Englefield 0
A child playing on Breakwater

Canadian designers Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster have made Breakwater, a concrete sky-blue playground in Jamestown, New York out of repurposed wave breakers. Breakwater is made from dolosse, heavy prefabricated concrete blocks normally used to prevent coastal erosion, that have been repurposed as a climbing frame. Formed of complex geometric shapes, piles of dolosse are positioned

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Biden revokes Trump’s “beautiful” architecture executive order

February 25, 2021 India Block 0
The White House

US president Joe Biden has officially undone Donald Trump’s executive order requiring new federal buildings to be built in the classical style, 69 days after it was signed. Biden announced a batch of revocations on 24 February 2021 including executive order 13967, titled Promoting Beautiful Federal Civic Architecture. The controversial order requiring all new government

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Biden revokes Trump’s “beautiful” architecture executive order

February 25, 2021 India Block 0
The White House

US president Joe Biden has officially undone Donald Trump’s executive order requiring new federal buildings to be built in the classical style, 69 days after it was signed. Biden announced a batch of revocations on 24 February 2021 including executive order 13967, titled Promoting Beautiful Federal Civic Architecture. The controversial order requiring all new government

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Rendezvous House / CLB Architects

February 25, 2021 Pilar Caballero 0

Stunning views and prime access to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort made Shooting Star Golf and Ski Community an ideal location for an elegant mountain home. This 5-bedroom, 7,000 square foot home showcases idyllic views of the resort, the Teton mountain range, and Sheep Mountain. The Texas-based residents with long-standing ties to Jackson sought a space to provide access to world-class skiing both at the resort and in the backcountry. The Teton Village home embraces the outdoor lifestyle that Jackson Hole offers and promotes this throughout the home.

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Contemporary Chinese Home With Courtyard & Glass Bottom Pool

February 25, 2021 HD Staff 0

Mild and modern, this peaceful contemporary Chinese home design creates a canvas for enriched living. Visualised by Shexia Space Design, this is a space where crisp and sleek aesthetics come face to face with the imperfect beauty of Wabi-sabi elements, and merge with the softness of the natural world. An indoor courtyard brings trees to […]

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Mima House / Marta Brandão + Mário Sousa

February 25, 2021 Pilar Caballero 0

Located in the Algarve, south of Portugal, this house was built as a refuge from the bustle of the busy city. With its façades almost fully glazed, the interior of the house allows endless vistas of pine trees that are all around the site, whereas the façade edges with wooden slats (ensuring privacy for the bathrooms) reinforce the wooden character of the house and enhance its integration in the natural landscape.