Farnsworth House 3D Model by Archilogic
Our friends at Archilogic have developed, exclusively for Architonic, a fully navigable, virtual reconstruction of Mies van der Rohe’s iconic Farnsworth House of 1951, populated with some of the best modernist and midcentury furniture classics from Architonic’s very own product library.
Ekklesía Pavilion by Pink Intruder, image: Noel Arraiz
Created for the annual Fallas festival in Valencia, Spain, the Ekklesía Pavilion by Pink Intruder is an installation made with cardboard tubes with a metallic appearance atop a mosaic made of 96,000 wooden pieces.
Interior architects and designers, as well as architects and hoteliers from across the board are guaranteed inspiration at this autumn’s edition of MAISON & OBJET in Paris. Beyond the fair, design takes centre-stage in a number of the city’s quarters, all part of the fifth outing of Paris Design Week, which runs from 5 to 12 September.
The Architonic team, as ever, will be on the ground, searching out the latest trends. Follow us live, so to speak, in the form of our Facebook photo tours. Or come and see us in person. Why not contact us now at firstname.lastname@example.org, to book a consultation regarding our range of services? Just let us know in advance what you’d like in particular to discuss and your desired appointment time, so we can respond to you in detail.
Architonic’s Special Newsletter MAISON&OBJET September 2015 can be read (and subscribed to) here.
Uber Headquarters by SHoP Architects with Studio O+A, image: ©SHoP Architects PC
New York based SHoP Architects, with Studio O+A, have been chosen to design transportation network company Uber’s new headquarters in the Mission Bay neighborhood of San Francisco.
Oui Vase by Kristine Five Melvær and Torbjørn Anderssen, photo: Erik Five Gunnerud
The Oui Vase is a collaborative project by designers Kristine Five Melvær and Torbjørn Anderssen, a unique project that celebrates the occasion of their upcoming wedding.
Labo Lifestore Shop by Atelier m3a Architectes, photo: Patricia Giudicelli
Atelier m3a Architectes preserved elements of a 150 year old building that now houses the Labo Lifestore Shop in Marseille to be faithful to the original structure.
Restaurant Kindai by Lien Tran Interior Design, photo: Marek Kruszewski
In Japan, the term kindai describes the golden days and stands for modernism. For the Restaurant Kindai by Lien Tran Interior Design, bright yellow is used as the central focus of the room’s design.
Siemens Office, Stavanger by Magu Design, photo: Arne Bru Haug
Magu Design’s client Siemens needed to consolidate different departments scattered throughout Stavanger (Norway’s third-largest urban zone) into one building, the recently completed Golf Tower.