Problem of free living space is almost everywhere. And can’t agree more that it’s really a problem. Thousand s of people are struggling for life in a good conditions. Simple American dream – house, two cars and lovely family. We all deserve it! So why wouldn’t we start from a tiny house?
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I found tiny houses very interesting at least cuz they are cute. I found one dope project by ÁBATON. This company has developed the ÁPH80 series as a dwelling ideal for 2 people, easily transported by road and ready to be placed almost anywhere.
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Couple of days ago the new photos of Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology museum in Lisbon were released. This project, created by Amanda Levete – British architect, is set to open 5 October 2016 along with the Lisbon Architecture Triennale.
Continue reading “First view on Amanda Levete’s MAAT museum in Lisbon.”
We live in a world of wonderful ideas which sometimes can be a symbol of something good or may seem so. Thus, Dutch city of Leiden surprised us with a good project by Froscen Architects and its partner Simon George.
Four micro homes were mounted on the roof of a second-world-war concrete telephone bunker. Pretty interesting idea.
Continue reading “War and peace or micro homes.”
New York is reach on some dope projects with its own beauty. Thus, in Socrates Sculpture park, designers from STPMJ developed a unique glass-made barn. It can’t be seen in the woods. It seems like mirage in this landscape.
Wooden frame is sheeted with reflective film except door and windows, which helps to hide the barn from the views. This makes them up in the air. The best time for spectating – at night, because only then you can see the magic of this ghost-house.
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Soon, our lovely city won’t be the same!
New projects are coming! High Line at the Rail Yards will soon be home to a new artwork thanks to Hudson Yards. This triumph of culture, commerce and cuisine will comprise a 150-ft tall installation with a garden nearby.
Continue reading “Never-ending stairway in NY”