dream company. if they made homes as well, shit would get reeeaaalll

it’s the little things like the random painted bricks, that make this house that much better than the rest

it’s the little things like the random painted bricks, that make this house that much better than the rest

peter stutchbury architecture “the garden house”

peter stutchbury architecture “the garden house”

Finally, you can look cool and not feel guilty, comfortable in the  knowledge that your fashion will one day beautify the world with literal  shoetrees.

Finally, you can look cool and not feel guilty, comfortable in the knowledge that your fashion will one day beautify the world with literal shoetrees.

81 year old Canadian-American, Frank Gehry and his practice – Gehry Partners, LLP – rarely shy from delivering truly awe-inspiring buildings, that become  instant icons. Their latest offering, Las Vegas’ The Cleveland Clinic  Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, is no different

81 year old Canadian-American, Frank Gehry and his practice – Gehry Partners, LLP – rarely shy from delivering truly awe-inspiring buildings, that become instant icons. Their latest offering, Las Vegas’ The Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, is no different

Nestled amongst the ongoing construction of The Shard, Renzo Piano’s  1,000 foot skyscraper, the More London development and the polarising,  brutalist beauty of Guy’s Hospital – new rooftop venue, Skyroom, is the  perfect setting for an outdoor events space for The Architecture  Foundation, who occupy the ground floor level of the 5-storey office it  straddles.

Nestled amongst the ongoing construction of The Shard, Renzo Piano’s 1,000 foot skyscraper, the More London development and the polarising, brutalist beauty of Guy’s Hospital – new rooftop venue, Skyroom, is the perfect setting for an outdoor events space for The Architecture Foundation, who occupy the ground floor level of the 5-storey office it straddles.

What a great idea!

Decker Yeadon is a Brooklyn, New York-based architectural research firm that is as comfortable entering competitions as it is with nanotechnology. Trained as architects but fascinated by chemistry, co-founders Martina Decker and Peter Yeadon are using carbon nanotubes to experiment with new building materials that move without a motor. Their research could lead to innovations such as window shades that open and close depending on the room temperature, no mechanical parts needed. Watch their NanoINK transform an ordinary strip of printer paper into a flexible electrical conductor.

interesting

interesting