Melbourne brick houses in the 1970s gained a contemporary extension

The Fusion House is a project completed by the Dankor Architecture, which includes a three-bedroom expansion project that was added to a brick house in the 1970s in Melbourne, Australia. The architect chose to create a unique structure that was very different from the original building and had a sharp 65-degree angle on the facade.

The sloping façade extends outward from the top to form a drape that provides shade during the hot summer months, but still allows daylight to enter during the winter months.

The architect wants to avoid using steel in the extended frame because it can cause a lot of pollution. They found an engineer who felt they could use wood to extend, but he was already retired. Fortunately, they were very convincing, they let him participate in the help, and in a few weeks created a steel-free structural drawing.

The eye-catching angle not only creates a beautiful look, but also pulls the new extension away from the original house. The old encounters new and it looks like the structure is fused together.

The oversized sliding door disappears from the facade of the building to eliminate the separation between the interior and exterior.

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New and old mixed club

Garden&Gun Club is a tiny space in Atlanta, Georgia, designed by Workstead in collaboration with Garden&Gun. This space is an active social gathering place that defines the lifestyle of the South. The project is a bold shift from magazines to physical spaces.

The interior features a mix of old and new, representing a sub-substantial reception of this space, inspired by the love of food and drink. The club offers an all-day menu with an updated version of Southern cuisine.

The chandeliers and wall lamps illuminate the restaurant’s upholstered wall panels and ceilings, mainly composed of oak and brass.

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Gorgeous beachfront home

Pine Tree Miami is a project completed by SAOTA in Miami. This is a family home located in the historic coastal area of ​​Collin. Like all studio projects, this project places great emphasis on the relationship between the building and its location, as well as the relationship between indoor and outdoor spaces. Of course, privacy and views are important, so architects must find a way to balance the two elements in their design.

The overall design and architecture of the home is very modern and refined, with a focus on simple and linear forms and structures. Architects work with interior designers to find the distribution of space. They chose to spread the project as much as possible across the site and make the most of the distance between the property and the water canal. This is relatively easy due to the linear nature of the position.

As mentioned earlier, privacy and views are equally important in this project. So how does the studio manage to handle this task? That’s actually very interesting. The home is open to the outdoors and a range of interior and exterior courtyards ensure that all interior spaces are directly connected to the outdoors. In addition, the glass facade and large opening bring a view inside the house. A series of screens conceal the building and provide daylight protection to help filter the sun while ensuring a comfortable level of privacy without enclosing the space.

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Compact 35m2 apartment

Although this apartment in the San Cecilia community in São Paulo may be only 35 square meters (about 376 square feet), it is equipped with everything you might need without feeling too much. The apartment is a collaboration between Juliana Matalon and Carol Dantas of EstúdioEla Arquitetura, who designed a beautiful and practical space for a young couple.

The apartment was completely remodeled to accommodate social couples inviting friends to come and entertain. Although small, the interior is super functional and there are plenty of places to sit and rest.

Because the apartment is on the smaller side, the architect uses glass elements to separate without closing the space. The glass fills the natural light and feels bright and airy.

Storage is highly utilized and blends into the often overlooked vertical space.

In order to bring cohesion to the apartment, they used neutral tones in all separate areas.

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A house with an angled roof in the Czech Republic

t house is a project of the architectural studio Valarch, located between Kopřivnice and Štramberk in the Czech Republic. The house was built on a small piece of land with an old chestnut tree in front and in the middle, hence the name.

Inspired by the cracking of green-shelled chestnuts, the house has a dark brown exterior that complements the lush green surroundings. They use raw untreated wood to burn on the surface to get a dark color.

The dwelling consists of two structures under the shared roof, the larger one containing the main living area and the smaller one for all technical equipment.

The interior has a sloping roof that allows for high ceilings and skylights filled with natural light. The extra space also gives way to the guest loft above the kitchen.

Architects purchase wood locally and use the complete wallboard and ceiling plywood to keep the material simple inside.

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Shared office space in Tel Aviv

Architect Tali Djerassi and MeravNaveh teamed up to transform a two-story, two-story building into a shared office space. The result is a wide variety of open workspaces that can accommodate offices for one to eight people, informal lounge areas, five kitchens, eating spaces, formal meeting rooms, and welcome receptions and business lounges.

Privated between some semi-private offices are public spaces such as kitchen and dining areas, living rooms and open workspaces.

Customers demand that the office feel like a home outside the home, a pleasant place to work, but with a unique aesthetic.

Every row in the three rows of spaces is given a different look, the innermost office can be identified by dark and industrial materials, while the windows next to the window are characterized by light tones and fine details. . There is a row of independent pavilion style in the center.

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Enhance your meditation practice with a comfortable meditation mat

If you meditate every day, you will know how difficult it is to find a quiet, comfortable place, especially if you are always on the go. These are meditation cushions, they are portable and they help to support your body so you can focus on your practice. If you have browsed online, you know that the options are quite limited. Enter Project Full, a San Francisco-based company founded by architects and industrial designers who are also dedicated to meditation and intellectual life.

After the successful Kickstarter event in early 2018, they launched a series of 100% organic modern meditation mats. They come in a kit that includes a bottom mat and a top support mat in five colors. Triangular cushions provide a comfortable sitting, relaxing or mediation place at home, in the office or on the go. Each mat is equipped with a handle that allows you to carry them easily or hang them on the wall when not in use.

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Small houses in Sao Paulo, Brazil

A small house in São Paulo, Brazil, built by the collaborative creation process of FelipeHess Architects, ensuring complex execution, exploration of physicality and space through sketches, prototypes, models, 3D images and extensive detailed design The relationship between sex.

Therefore, this apartment perfectly combines the collection of artwork and furniture from the client, with a focus on creating a clean, diverse background to accommodate the ever-changing collection of large and special collections.

In order to achieve greater spatial integration, the four bedroom and separated rooms have been completely reconfigured and open. In order to combine the space, a whole piece of floor throughout the apartment enhances the continuity of the space.

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Melbourne villas in the 1960s got much-needed updates

This 1960s villa is located in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne and requires a necessary update. After it was completed, it remains as it is. The task of SWG Studio is to design an open, modern room within a fixed budget, with most of the money being used to remove walls.
In order to save costs, the original wooden floor hidden under the carpet was reused and became more lustrous. Existing windows have also been refurbished as another way to control the budget.
The new open living floor plan creates a large, light-filled space that includes a kitchen, dining and living room, and even a table. The restored floor is complemented by white walls and furniture, wooden cabinets in neutral tones, and eclectic accessories, resulting in a comfortable and contemporary interior.

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Monk lights definitely have a strong sense of presence

Monk lights definitely have a strong presence. Designed by SKELD, this lamp is short and thick, which makes it look very cute. At the same time, it has a concrete lampshade that hides the light bulb and gives the lamp a mysterious charm.
The stone texture of the concrete and the beautiful gray tone are subtle. These are actually the characteristics of the Concrete Ball chandelier, which was designed by German Gonzales Garrido.
When combined with other materials, concrete will get beautiful properties, but also bring some new features. The exchange of such elements always has a unique result. Concrete and wood complement each other in the most beautiful way.
These two concrete lamps come from Renate Vos and combine with silicone rubber. The result is a translucent lampshade. The effect is really beautiful, especially the warm light contrasts with the concrete shade.

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