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Nelson Atkins Museum, Sculpture Park, Steven Holl Architects

May 31, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Architecture

Nelson Atkins Museum, Sculpture Park, Steven Holl Architects 1

Circulation and exhibition merge as one can look from one level to another, from inside to outside. The “meandering” path in the sculpture garden above has its sinuous compliment in open flow through the continuous level of new galleries. Glass lenses bring different qualities of light to the galleries while the sculpture garden’s pathways wind through them.

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Beautiful Interior Apartement, Comfortable and Luxurious House to Stay

May 31, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Interior Design

Everybody dreams to have a good, beautiful furnished, comfortable and luxurious house to stay. As today people are more comfortable in having apartments, and this sometime becomes very important to choose right apartment which have all the amenities that makes the apartment luxurious and furnished too, to make a pleasure living, which helps you to live the way you want. If you are looking for a beautiful furnished apartment that has a peaceful and relaxed atmosphere … here is the perfect accommodation for those who want to come home and unwind after a busy day! Constructed in 1905 this 164 m2 apartment is located at the top of the proprety on floor 5, in a finely restored property. The apartment has many large windows that offer a wonderful view and a lot of light. [ alvhemmakleri ]

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Top Towers Design by Königsberger Vannucchi, in Sao Paulo, Brazil

May 30, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Architecture

Top Towers Design by Königsberger Vannucchi, in Sao Paulo, Brazil 1

This Top Towers is Design by Königsberger Vannucchi, located in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Technically, the buildings enjoy great constructive simplicity, with a precise and economic structural modulation. The terraces that strongly characterize the towers are nothing beyond a simple game of displacements, and structurally they work as extensions of the great rectangular slab that supports each floor. The windows are also displaced in function of each unit’s terraces.

Conceptually this design references, albeit in a contemporary and renovated way, the playful modulated façades of so many of São Paulo’s buildings from the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s that still stand in the city’s downtown.

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House 2 Design by Eduardo Berlin Razmilic Associated Architecs, in Santiago, Chile

May 30, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Architecture

House 2 Design by Eduardo Berlin Razmilic Associated Architecs, in Santiago, Chile 1

This House 2 is designed by Eduardo Berlin Razmilic Associated Architecs, located in Santiago, Chile.
The lower court amounts to an access plaza, partially sheltered by the upper level’s volume, which directs the observer towards a patio, open at it’s centre and manifested by a water tank, creating the entrance through the staircase. The third level terrace configures the last of three main exteriors (patio, garden & terrace) that amount to the original lot’s area.

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Contemporary Design of The City of London Information Centre

May 29, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Architecture

Contemporary Design of The City of London Information Centre 1
The City of London Information Centre is designed by Make.
Located to the south-west of the South Transept of St Paul’s Cathedral, on one of London’s principal tourist routes, the building also sees substantial pedestrian movement. The combined sensitivity and prominence of this site posed a unique design challenge. Extensive analysis of the context and lines of sight informed the position, scale, orientation and profile; the final location ensures that the structure does not impinge on key views of St Paul’s but is calibrated to establish a dialogue with its historic neighbour.

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