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Posts Tagged ‘Architecture’
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.
Wearable sculptures created out of wood, strings, collage and fiber are a bit odd to design, but designer Tracy Featherstone has done it somehow. The purpose of these sculptures is a bit complex to accept as according to Tracy, these wearable sculptures create an illusion of being able to achieve control and order over the chaos of life . The materials, which are mostly used for creating living environment such as furniture or architecture, are[.....]
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.
If you are not able to chose a creative design your next house, then you must take a look at The Cloud House built at Melbourne, Australia. This Edwardian style house looks mundane from the façade that works as a contrast to its backyard. Enter through the backyard and you would literally assume that you watched a cloud on the ground. The designer McBride Charles Rya designed the walls and floor in such a way[.....]
Innovative designs for sculptural spaces and unique staircases have caught the imagination of architects. Architect Alex Haw of Atmos has designed two beautiful unique staircases for a couple of homes in London. He describes his designs as “sensualscape” and quite rightly so, because his designs all about sensuous curves and they also reflect the interests of their owners.