Didomestic, Elii Architects, Madrid 2013. 

Renovation of an attic apartment in Madrid that combines the ingenuity of da vinci with a cmyk color scheme and contemporary living.
More in 
http://www.designboom.com/architecture/elii-didomesticates-an-attic-apartment-11-24-2013

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The Beachcomber, a mid-century affordable project home designed by Lend Lease architect Nino Sydney.

Still standing, and there is a whole website dedicated to surviving versions of the beachcomber.

(Source : aadnesen, via redhousecanada)

ommx:

San Marco floor tiling

ommx:

San Marco floor tiling

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Baker Chirico, March Studio. Melbourne, 2011.

The projet conceived this bakery as an oversized breadbasket. The undulating wooden slats that cover the rear wall and ceiling of the shop function as shelves for storing and displaying breads of different shapes and sizes.

 
More info: http://www.dezeen.com/2012/02/23/baker-d-chirico-by-march-studio/

b22-design:

Pierre Jeanneret  - Le Corbusier

b22-design:

Pierre Jeanneret  - Le Corbusier

smallspacesblog:

via dwell
des1gn3rz:

Tommaso Caldera encloses Tull Lamp in a wire cage http://ift.tt/1qpKxIC

des1gn3rz:

Tommaso Caldera encloses Tull Lamp in a wire cage http://ift.tt/1qpKxIC

des1gn3rz:

Nendo bases wire Basket Lamp on Japanese kitchenware http://ift.tt/1nWaol6

des1gn3rz:

Nendo bases wire Basket Lamp on Japanese kitchenware http://ift.tt/1nWaol6

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rosswolfe:

25 Avenue de Versailles, Paris. Roof deck with the Eiffel Tower behind it Designers Jean Ginsberg and Berthold Lubetkin, 1931.
via Ernst Bloch, “Building in empty spaces” (1959)

rosswolfe:

25 Avenue de Versailles, Paris. Roof deck with the Eiffel Tower behind it
Designers Jean Ginsberg and Berthold Lubetkin, 1931.

via Ernst Bloch, “Building in empty spaces” (1959)

b22-design:

Juan Sordo Madaleno - 1946

b22-design:

Juan Sordo Madaleno - 1946

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arqvac:

Detail from stairs of “Palazzo EIAR” (1939) in Milán, Italy by Gio Ponti

arqvac:

Detail from stairs of “Palazzo EIAR” (1939) in Milán, Italy by Gio Ponti

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analogway:

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Arne Jacobsen | Library - St Catherine’s College, 1959-65 Oxford

analogway:

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Arne Jacobsen | Library - St Catherine’s College, 1959-65 Oxford