Checkout this pavilion featuring green walls and a colonnade designed by German studio Raumlaborberlin to surround a small fountain in the center of Montreal
“The project wishes to re-address the notion of the public good by celebrating free access to it,” said architect Markus Bader, whose team previously designed an inflatable semi-spherical pavilion for a New York festival.
“The Fountain House is to be a place for this celebration to find a place and a shape, to give it a presence in public-shared city spaces,” he told Dezeen.
Images and text via Dezeen.com
For today’s Monday Morning Photo(s), we have a look inside an apartment designed by Spanish architect Barbara Appolloni and located in Barcelona’s hip Born district, this tiny apartment is a former pigeon loft remodeled into a great bachelor pad. The owner (a Barcelona-based photographer) says its design was inspired by the space-saving furniture aboard boats, as well as the clean lines of a small Japanese home.
Here are some photos and a video of the space!
AAU’s School of Interior Architecture & Design and The Butler & The Chef French Antiques invite you to their 2014 student design challenge in honor of their 15th anniversary.
Our students transform antique donated by The Butler & The Chef into items into new functional objets d’art.
The art pieces will be presented to the public on the
13th of November 2014, from 4pm to 7pm
Admission Free, click here to RSVP
Apply now for the $4,000 Symmons Smart Scholarship Design Competition
FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE (deadline January 26, 2015)
For today’s Monday Morning Photo(s )we have a look inside editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine Anna Wintour’s Manhattan office in honor of her birthday.
This angular concrete and larch house blends seamlessly into a Tonsberg neighborhood in Norway.
The skillful integration of indoors and outdoors was the architects’ driving concept behind the design of this new house. The whole house, including the roof, is made to blend with the existing topography of the area.
For today’s Monday Morning Photos, we have a look at the work of Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto, who has created an installation in Paris’ Jardins des Tuileries composed of suspended metal cubes and plants, for the FIAC art fair.
A void in the center represents the “living area”, with formal entrances at either side and lots of other access points if “one doesn’t mind lowering their head,” said a statement from Fujimoto.
Science Café and Library by Anna Wigandt
For today’s Monday Morning Photos we have a look at an Interior by and designer/photographer Anna Wigandt presenting a concept space that aims to stimulate and inspire people’s interest in the sciences. The Science Café and Library aims to combine informal and work environments to promote independent, gratifying learning.
Images courtesy of Anna Wigandt
To mark the opening of The Foundation Louis Vuitton, the French luxury house has commissioned one of our favorite architects, Frank Gehry to design their windows for Fall/Winter 2014-2015. A Pritzker Prize–winning architect, Gehry is to the world of structural design what Louis Vuitton is to the world of luxury and fashion. The Los Angeles based architect has lately been in news for designing the Louis Vuitton Foundation in the heart of Bois de Boulogne, Paris.
Here are a few images of the window displays, make sure to stop by your local Louis Vuitton store to check them out!
A series of curved metal structures inspired by the sailing and fishing boats as well the abstract works of the painter, Frank Stella will grace the windows of Louis Vuitton stores. Paying homage to the Canadian-American architect’s famous structures, these sail-themed windows will give an illusion of movement, as if they were floating in the wide open sea.
He has also designed a bag that is essentially a rectangular box with a bit of a twist. Gehry added, “I think a curve is feminine, and it just adds a feminine touch. We made 10 variations, but they loved that one. We all did.”
NEWH, INC. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the Hospitality Industry. It is our goal to further our
industry through scholarship and education. To that end the NEWH, Inc. is offering the Symmons Smart
Scholarship Design Competition to students who are pursuing careers affiliated in the Hospitality Industry
in Interior Design or Architecture. The scholarship winner will be presented with a $4,000.00 scholarship
award. The scholarship winner and sponsor will be honored at HD Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada in May 2015
(date and time to be announced). The scholarship recipient is required to attend the award presentation with
airfare and lodging provided.
Requirements for these scholarships are: