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The Russian Seashell House just looks to be an excellent way to live the dream of being around mermaids, sitting on sea shells and playing with the water. This fantastic house rightly justifies its name and is a true tribute to the mystic and vast sea from a crazy admirer.
We can’t call it much sustainable, but ‘The Heart of The District hotel” by ZA Architects can be considered as a clever idea to use the space above the surface between two parallel buildings in urban areas through a fabulous looking architectural structure. The design is proposed at New York, 23 street,100-130 to serve as a hotel. The hanging pathways support the whole structure, which connects the nearby residential and commercial buildings to The Heart[.....]
These two giant sea creatures are actually the public toilets at Synergy Plaza in the Kumutoto, Wellington’s waterfront. The design and shape suggests two creatures with giant tails and instantly attracts attention. Studio Pacific Architecture was assigned the job to design the public toilets at Wellington’s waterfront and they came out with a design, which pays homage to the shipping history of the waterfront through two creative crustaceans.
A house in the forest near a flowing river sounds peaceful, green and environment full of chirping sounds. The Forest House designed by Ando Studio is the perfect place for anyone who loves to be surrounded by green all thee time. The house appears to be placed in the forest and not constructed on the site. The Forest House blends into the environment without disturbing the forest. One can enjoy the view even while standing[.....]
Designing an architectural masterplan is great deal in terms of both, time as well as efforts. So, it’s obvious to wonder when we come across something like “Ara Greens multigenerational residential community”. The community based sustainable architecture inspired from Rhizomic Growth. It’s not only a sustainable masterplan, but also it’ll serve next three generation with same green architecture. Not much details available about how actually the Rhizomic Growth works, but otherwise, you can expect an[.....]
Katara Hospitality to build iconic “Cross Sword” towers under Lusail Marina Iconic Development in Qatar
Katara Hospitality declared their plans about one of most iconic architectural structure, named Lusail Marina Iconic Development, planned in Qatar. The designed is inspired from the Qatar Seal to form a majestic “crossed sword” shape, which seems to float on the waters. Hamad Abdulla Al Mulla, CEO, Katara Hospitality expects to complete the construction of the building in any month of 2016.
E-QBO is an innovative idea for the modern world and its changing demands for energy and aesthetics in the urban environment. To be exhibited in Piazza San Fedele April 17th to May 5th, E-QBO is an off-grid installation covered with solar panels and stands as an symbol of smart architecture of the future. The E-QBO, also mentioned as the first off-grid island stand in Piazza San Fedele. Conceived and designed by Romolo Stanco (SD4SC) and[.....]
The idea of transforming old cargo containers has given a lot scope to many designers to use their creative minds in a sustainable sense. WhiteCrate, a UK based company, is providing some cool looking work-spaces for various purposes like hospitality areas, mini retail stores, bars, library, ticket booth, and pop-up clinics etc. There is much more in the minds of the company than shown here. Easy to transport and creates perfect space after up-cycling along[.....]
Joel Allen isn’t an expert carpenter and you’ll wonder to hear that this guy, who built a tree-house in the mountains of Whistler, British Columbia, is a former software engineer. Building a tree-house isn’t something that nobody has ever tried to built other than Joel, but after going through the story of the maker and the images of his fabulous egg shaped tree-houseon a hemlock tree in an isolated mountain with a fantastic view, is[.....]
Ok, now that definitely sounds absurd to most of you. But, if you wait to read on, you will find that this overconfident statement actually makes sense. It is actually a sticking wall concept designed by Daria Ru. This wall concept comes with some sticks, which will help you put some light furniture items on the wall. In addition, it also has a variation, which offers presence of gel instead of sticks. I am sure[.....]
This guy must be super crazy and that’s the reason he inhabits this ping pong balls apartment. Can you beat the fact that the walls of this 90 square foot apartment are plastered with 25,000 ping pong balls? However silly it may seem to you, but for Daniel Arsham, who is an architect, it’s a unique way to sell his architecture firm, Snarkitecture. Source: Fastcodesign