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  • Shavi Bistro von Studio SHOO | Café interiors
    am Mai 12, 2021 um 9:00 pm

    The uniqueness of the Shavi project lies in the concept “Gastronomy through Art”, that inspired STUDIO SHOO during the process of designing. Look at the colors, art or Georgian architecture throughs the prism of modern world and today’s fashion, and you will see the new Gastro bistro with the spirit of non-traditional Georgia. “Fast casual” is a completely new format for Yoshkar-Ola city: quite petit area, high seats, waiter-less and quick service. However, at the same time there are always fresh dishes straight from the kitchen and the whole cooking process is just in front of the guests. Discovering a such sophisticated concept is pure enthusiasm and high ambition. Our clients were Nastya Antsiferova and Zhenya Druzhkov are young entrepreneurs who are fearless of taking risks and trying new concepts in Russian regions. The client came to us with the idea of creating a Georgian bistro in the “Fast casual” format. And we, in turn, have already had the idea of creating design i… continu […]

  • Housing Building Sucre 812 von Ana Smud | Semi-detached houses
    am Mai 12, 2021 um 9:00 pm

    Casa Sucre building is located in Belgrano residential neighborhood, in Buenos Aires, in a two front lot. From its origin the Project was conceived from three central themes cores. The relationship between the gathering spaces and resting areas, the link between the experiences in covered spaces and the traditionally open areas, and the possible gradual dialogues between transparency and opacity, that is created in the buildings front, with a profound interior. The building’s plan consists in two apartments per floor. In them, gathering areas (living room and integrated kitchen) were thought to be facing front, whilst the backside of the building was destined to the bedrooms. The plan design enhances shared experiences encouraging new forms of creating intimacy, not only by its distribution but also the size attribution for each space. Each living room takes the hole unit width and links with a carpentry that enables the balcony fusion, creating a new transitional space… continu […]

  • Neue Nationalgalerie von David Chipperfield Architects | Museums
    am Mai 12, 2021 um 9:00 pm

    The Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin is an icon of twentieth-century architecture. Planned and built from 1963 to 1968, the steel and glass structure is the only building designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in Europe after his emigration to the USA. After almost fifty years of intensive use, the listed building required a comprehensive refurbishment. The existing fabric has been refurbished and upgraded to current technical standards with a minimum of visual compromise to the building’s original appearance. The functional and technical upgrades include air-conditioning, artificial lighting, security, and visitors’ facilities, such as the cloakroom, café, and the museum shop, as well as improving disabled access and art handling. The necessity of an extensive repair of the reinforced concrete shell and the complete renewal of the technical building services required an in-depth intervention. In order to expose the shell construction, around 35,000 original building components, such… continu […]

  • The Bryant Tower von David Chipperfield Architects | Apartment blocks
    am Mai 12, 2021 um 9:00 pm

    The Bryant is a 32-storey mixed-use tower building located on the southwest corner of Bryant Park, a nine-acre public park in Midtown Manhattan. Surrounded by historic landmark buildings, it faces the New York Public Library to the north and is situated near the celebrated Beaux-Arts style Knox Building to the east. The building comprises a hotel that extends to the 14th floor, with private residences above. These two components are served by two separate lobbies at street level, with two adjacent retail units animating the street front. The building articulates three separate parts following the traditional tripartite composition of the New York tower: base, middle, and crown. The base occupies the full width of the site and contains a double-height ground floor as well as the first four levels of the hotel. A decreased footprint, together with an increased floor-to-ceiling height for the hotel bar and lounge, mark the start of the central section. This set-back creates an outdoor continu […]

  • Bosc d’en Pep Ferrer von Marià Castelló Architecture | Detached houses
    am Mai 11, 2021 um 9:00 pm

    Bosc d'en Pep Ferrer is the traditional toponym of a large plot located next to the beach of Migjorn, on the south coast of the island of Formentera. This territory has a place that unleashes the desire to inhabit an oneiric view, where the horizon is only cut by the beautiful silhouette of the Pi des Català Tower, built in 1763. The project focuses on the duality between the telluric and the tectonic. The heavy and the light. The earth and the air. The handcrafted and the technological. Compression effort and traction resistance. The rock, which comes to the surface in the chosen place, has been carved as if it were a sculpture, offering a cavity reminiscent of the 'marès' stone quarries. A whole space materialized with a single stone. Monolithic. Megalithic. Stereotomic. The intervention offers a house for a family sensitive to the environment, which program is divided into three light modules built in dry construction systems and a cavity made by subtraction of material on… continu […]


  • Duschen in der Landschaft
    am Mai 15, 2021 um 6:00 am

    Die eigenwillig bedruckten Duschvorhänge des Studios Kollektiv vier laden ein, Geschichten weiterzudenken. Lässt man ihnen Raum, fungieren sie als Wegweiser für Tagträumereien. […]

  • Klima bauen: Zwischenziel erreicht
    am Mai 14, 2021 um 4:20 pm

    Hochparterre hat das Crowdfunding-Ziel für das Buch «Klima bauen» bereits nach drei Tagen erreicht. Nun streben wir ein Zusatzziel an, damit das Buch noch informativer, bunter und wertiger wird. […]

  • Kleider upcyclen und Generationen verbinden
    am Mai 14, 2021 um 12:00 pm

    Ein interdisziplinäres Design-Team der HSLU organisiert Workshops, an denen Kleider wieder in Schwung gebracht werden und sich alte und junge Menschen treffen. (Englisch) […]

  • Produzent*in (60 bis 80 Prozent)
    am Mai 12, 2021 um 3:03 pm

    Hochparterre sucht per sofort oder nach Vereinbarung eine Produzentin oder einen Produzenten (60 bis 80 Prozent). […]

  • Kritische Anmerkungen zu einem «Leuchtturmprojekt»
    am Mai 12, 2021 um 2:55 pm

    Ist Roger Boltshausers Projekt für das Zentrum für Zahnmedizin so klimavernünftig, wie alle finden? Muss das Kinderspital zwingend abgebrochen werden? Hugo Wandeler meldet Bedenken an. […]


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  • How to strengthen your brand presence and promote your products in the digital era | | Architonic
    am Mai 13, 2021 um 10:00 pm

    It’s not controversial to say that COVID-19 has transformed the way we do business, perhaps forever. Without doubt, it has brought forward our adoption of certain digital technologies by a number of years. The architecture and design industry has not been an exception and for manufacturers and retailers, there has been an acceleration in digitisation in relation to their customer and supply-chain interactions, as well as internal operations. Above all, the cancellation of trade fairs and design events has forced companies away from traditional opportunities for coming into contact with prospective clients. That is why, now more than ever, it is important to review the main strategies and practices in order to stay competitive in this new business environment. Mark Mitchell, an expert in building materials sales and marketing, suggests reinvesting travel and trade show expenses into digital marketing, in order to boost the presence of brands online. Digital channels allow you to r… continu […]

  • An interview with Helmut Jahn | News | Architonic
    am Mai 11, 2021 um 10:00 pm

    In the last few years, something has happened to architects’ willingness to strive for originality. The boldest visions now often come from the old guard of architecture – and frankly, I enjoy conversations with them much more. The current insistence on having common ground has pushed so many younger architects into a zombie-like copycat state of mind. But to me, common ground means not to think alike – then there is space for discourse. My most recent conversation with Helmut Jahn at his Chicago office is a case in point. ‘Architecture is all about going with your gut. I prefer when form follows force rather than function,’ he told me. His distinguished career has been one of twists and turns, and he is not planning to give up exploring new ideas any time soon. His 1985 quadrant-in-plan Thompson Center reinvented a mundane government typology into a soaring public place, with its curved coloured glass facade decisively welcoming a postmodernist period to Chicago (one we thought had… continu […]

  • Architonic Story: Wagner | News | Architonic
    am Mai 10, 2021 um 10:00 pm

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  • Natural light: Bover | News | Architonic
    am Mai 10, 2021 um 10:00 pm

    Biophilic design is a powerful tool for enhancing wellbeing in space by ‘returning’ us closer to the natural habitats from where we have evolved. However, when it comes to bringing natural forms into interior space, Spanish lighting brand Bover has always been ‘forward’ thinking. While staying true to the biophilic values of evoking daylight, natural materials and organic shapes, Bover’s indoor and outdoor lights are at the forefront of lighting innovation. Bover’s latest lighting collections for 2021 prove how biophilic design can work alongside the latest technological developments to form durable, reliable and versatile lighting. Whether it is innovating weaving techniques, researching new natural materials or combining modern materials with organic shapes, Bover always finds a balance between wellbeing and modern-day requirements. For Joana Bover, who founded the brand in 1996, this is what makes it unique: ‘Quality is a fundamental part of a good design, and for us, combining arti… continu […]

  • Island hopping: B&B Italia | News | Architonic
    am Mai 10, 2021 um 10:00 pm

    Organic shapes bring biophilic benefits to living space, such as harmony and wellbeing. But when it comes to designing modern interiors, function, comfort and flexibility must also be a priority. B&B Italia’s latest sofa system, Noonu, designed by architect Antonio Citterio, combines organic shapes with all of the above; bringing the progressive poetic vision of Citterio together with the elegance and quality of the historic Italian design brand. Citterio named the Noonu system after an island in the Maldives. Its organic shape, generously sized upholstery and modular inspiration draw from the concept of an archipelago. While the concept feels romantic, it is also grounded in functionality. As an ‘island,’ it forms a functional ‘base’ or ‘anchor’ within an interior – offering plenty of the practical modern attributes necessary for successful design today, such as modularity, flexibility, freedom and total comfort for relaxation. While today we are familiar with the principles of biophi… continu […]


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  • Hairpin Table Legs: Incorporate the Mid-Century Trend in Your Home
    von Ann Marie Bantigue am Mai 14, 2021 um 5:43 pm

    Hairpin table legs are the iconic design of the mid-century. It sprang from the notion of creating a complete line of wrought iron furniture sometime in 1941. It is the solution for the need to create sturdy furniture while skimping on material overhead cost. The shape of the steel wire legs that the furniture sports […] You're reading Hairpin Table Legs: Incorporate the Mid-Century Trend in Your Home, originally posted on Decoist. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Decoist on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. […]

  • Teal Home Design: Awesome Teal Decor Ideas
    von Emmanuel Ojodun am Mai 14, 2021 um 3:58 pm

    Teal is color of the season and that should come as no surprise. It’s that one color that some people still can’t decide whether it’s blue or green. It has several shades that reflect different emotions and vibes like light teal color; it has that beach feel. When paired with white and a couple of […] You're reading Teal Home Design: Awesome Teal Decor Ideas, originally posted on Decoist. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Decoist on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. […]

  • Bathroom Wainscoting Ideas: From Traditional to Modern
    von Ann Marie Bantigue am Mai 13, 2021 um 4:57 pm

    Wainscot paneling is the epitome of traditional beauty. Wainscoting is usually installed on the lower portion of the wall. Its main purpose is to prevent damages to the wall like staining or scraping. It is also a form of insulation during extreme weather conditions. Best of all, it serves as a decorative statement that breaks […] You're reading Bathroom Wainscoting Ideas: From Traditional to Modern, originally posted on Decoist. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Decoist on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. […]

  • Modern Shiplap Accent Wall Ideas for Every Room
    von Emmanuel Ojodun am Mai 13, 2021 um 1:54 pm

    Adding a modern shiplap accent wall can add a unique spin to any living space, bedroom, or bathroom. There are so many types of materials and designs you can choose from. It can quickly become a task, but we are here to help you make a good choice. You can’t go wrong with a shiplap […] You're reading Modern Shiplap Accent Wall Ideas for Every Room, originally posted on Decoist. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Decoist on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. […]

  • Decorative Stepping Stone Designs for Gardens, Backyards, and Patios!
    von Emmanuel Ojodun am Mai 8, 2021 um 12:29 pm

    Decorative stepping stones can make all the difference when people visit your home. You want it to be an experience they will remember, right? Decorative stepping stones can make the journey to your door feel like an adventure. They are great for beautifying home gardens and also protecting them. With stepping stones clearly outlining the […] You're reading Decorative Stepping Stone Designs for Gardens, Backyards, and Patios!, originally posted on Decoist. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Decoist on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. […]

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