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Fri 26.8.

Spradling: Deep Fabrics

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.08.2016 - Tagged as:

 Spradling: Deep fabrics

Photo © Ilunion Hotels

 

Whether for premium contract furnishings, the healthcare sector or luxury yacht furnishings, when it comes to exclusive design and special requirements, the Spradling® collections are winners. (text by detail)

 

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Fri 19.8.

Ruedi Baur: Swiss Graphic Design – Past, Present and Future

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.08.2016 - Tagged as: ,

There is one country that has contributed more than any other to the history of graphic design, which became an official discipline at the start of the 20th century. The country in question has a multi-faceted identity and is pacifist and rather discreet.

Ruedi Baur. © Integral

There is one country that has contributed more than any other to the history of graphic design, which became an official discipline at the start of the 20th century. The country in question has a multi-faceted identity and is pacifist and rather discreet. (text by TLmag)

 

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Tue 16.8.

SEFAR: REFINED LIGHTNESS

Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.08.2016 - Tagged as:

SEFAR: REFINED LIGHTNESS

Photo © Sefar

Sefar’s premium-quality fabrics, whether used as weather or sun protection, or to improve the lighting situation or room acoustics, optimally combine aesthetic and functional aspects. (text by Detail)

 

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Mon 15.8.

Port Melbourne Football Club (PMFC) by K20 Architecture (AU)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.08.2016 - Tagged as:

Port Melbourne Football Club (PMFC) by K20 Architecture

Photo © Peter Bennetts

Port Melbourne Football Club (PMFC) has a proud history spanning 140 years, which makes it the oldest sporting club in Australia. Completed in 2015, the new facility stands at the edge of the playing pitch, taking advantage of the elevated aspect of the site. (text by K20 Architecture)

 

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Multisports Hall Mouvaux by de Alzua+ (FR)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.08.2016 - Tagged as:

Multisports Hall Mouvaux by de Alzua+ (FR)

Photo © Sergio Grazia

The project is located in the town of Mouvaux in the north of France. It takes place in an urban area in mutation with the creation of a forecourt which connects the sports hall with a theatre, a school, housing and a church. (text by de Alzua+)

 

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Shopify Office by MSDS Studio (CA)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.08.2016 - Tagged as:

Shopify Office by MSDS Studio (CA)

Photo © Paula Wilson

Shopifys main product is an e-commerce platform that allows producers and retailers to sell their wares online. The design of the office is built on the metaphor of the mechanisms of contemporary commerce: the front office block and reception area are the Market, the rear office is shipping and transport, while the third floor, currently under development, will be production and fabrication. (text by MSDS Studio)
 
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Sun 14.8.

Bus Station of Trujillo by Ismo Arquitectura (ES)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 14.08.2016 - Tagged as:

Bus Station of Trujillo by Ismo Arquitectura (ES)

Photo © Fernando Alda

 

When the road is reaching the town, the rocky landscape turns into a skyline of stone carved by man and History. A big animal‐feed silo, with huge concrete pipes looms over this skyline, showing how important is livestock sector where farming is really hard. (text by Ismo Arquitectura)
 
 
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Reiss HQ by Squire and Partners (GB)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 14.08.2016 - Tagged as:

Reiss HQ by Squire and Partners

Photo © Will Pryce

 

Squire and Partners won a limited competition to design this building, which functions as both a headquarters and an icon for the Reiss brand. The building incorporates three storeys of offices, cutting rooms and design studios, a further floor for corporate meeting rooms and David Reiss’s office, and a luxury penthouse flat. (text by Squire and Partners)

 

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