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Month: February 2010

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This from Lebbeus Woods’ Blog – reposted here mostly because I can’t believe I almost forgot how beautiful this drawing style is, and was reminded again today as I was researching. The full link here: http://lebbeuswoods.wordpress.com/2010/02/23/high-houses/ The High Houses are proposed as part of the reconstruction of Sarajevo after the siege of the city that […]

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  Far Coast Furniture Raises Awareness of the Pine Industry at the Olympics from INHABITAT by nicanor Students at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design (ECUAD) designed these pieces of beautiful furniture for Far Coast Coffee’s (Coke’s coffee brand) social areas at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. The furniture is made entirely out of blue pine wood […]

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Sorry, I know I have been a little fixated on these lately, but this is just a beautiful installation. Perfect for the context without the need for additional skin, and the lighting of these really make it memorable. The link to the full story on Inhabitat –  http://www.inhabitat.com/2010/02/17/beautiful-shipping-container-sunset-observatory-rises-in-south-korea/ This beautiful sunset observatory made from recycled shipping […]

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These guys have it right. 100%. Right down to the Balvenie in the cabinet. Love the pics, and the work looks really nice, too. The company is a design and branding effort called One Fast Buffalo, and I am pretty bummed that they have such a very cool mobile office, and I don’t. Yet. http://www.onefastbuffalo.com/?gclid=CPLYpbza858CFSYbagoduWLYhg

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I found this project as I was doing some design image research for a rural green community in Arizona. I liked it so much, I thought I’d post it. Combining the new with the old has always been an expected architectural talking point, but one really takes notice when the new form honestly arises from […]