The Dual House is a new home for two related families. While appearing to be a single building, the two structures are placed back-to-back, allowing for separate garden entries at the ground level. A transparent sculptural stair activates each end of the facade leading up to the communal roof deck, also serving as a bridge between the two households.
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A cinematic documentary exploring the designs of LandStudio360. 27 Seventy-Five Mesa Verde was a reimaging of two existing apartment properties as one integrated community with a combined total of 964 units. A portion of an existing lake was reclaimed and transformed into a dynamic community space including a pool with beach entry, two spas, a pop-jet sprayground, and a sophisticated outdoor kitchen. Numerous courtyards throughout the property were also transformed into intimate outdoor…Continue
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Peggy Dupuis, the designer of Dupuis Design, was born in the Philippines and raised in California, in a family of Asian art collectors.
After spending 5 years in Hong Kong in textile design, her total passion for architecture and design took hold, in areas as varied as management of interior design projects, identification and renovation of period furniture, tapestry work, waxed concrete finishes, decorative plasterwork, and also reflection on Feng Shui art, as applied to the…Continue
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This is a look at Penthouse 7 at 4 Midtown in Miami, Florida.
Mila Design, based in Miami, South Florida, specializes in the full "Design & Remodeling" service of retail, commercial and residential projects.
The motivated Mila Design's team is passionate about creating stylish, organic, fluid and minimalist spaces. The team efficiency and creativity is present in all projects.
Sensible, detail-oriented and vibrant, Mila Design's team strive for effortless, timeless…Continue
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Sometimes, a home can not fully be realized in design without the use of 3D...and this home falls directly into that category. Susie Wheldon was looking for a contemporary home with unique architectural lines for her and her 2 boys, and Jimmy Brattain of Design Works LLC delivered. This home truly is a fusion of modern, contemporary, and traditional elements to create a one-of-a-kind home. The outside has a monochromatic look with ionized windows, however, the inside uses many…Continue
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Potpourri is one of the greatest ways to beautify and add a dash of colour to the stark mundane reality of our everyday lives. To define the term which might sound a bit complex to certain people on first hearing; ‘potpourri’ is a mix of various dried flower and plant parts which might also include dried barks and spices. Dried petals, leaves, seeds, cloves, cumin,…Continue
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Sharing economy (exemplified by UBER and Airbnb) has found its way to architecture and urban development. In Australia especially, densification and a constant population rise has made architects and urban planners rethink not just suburbia (which was the dream for years), but also a concept of private and public space itself.
There’s an increasing focus on…Continue
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What many gardeners don't realise is, that beer has many applications in the gardening and landscaping fields. You can use beer to get rid of slugs and other bugs, and now it turns out that beer can be also used as an affordable way to fertilise your…Continue
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One thing has constantly bothered me in all these years in this industry is “can’t we all sail in same boat”? I mean us, the architects, and then the designers.
Let’s accept the fact that a beautiful building is nothing if it doesn’t provide some relief and stress free environment to its habitants. Technically the purpose isn’t solved if buildings don’t define what it stands for.…Continue
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This is a post in a series of twenty-one videos and articles I’m writing to give insight into a new editing and retouching process I’ve been working on over the past few months. I’ve taken twenty-one previous images from my catalogue and have been playing with them in photoshop and lightroom, adding a new visual style to the previous edit. I’ve also decided to make some short explainer videos talking about and detailing my new creative process in regards to these older images. Our…Continue
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Sustainability has taken the center stage, whether it is architecture design, furniture design, product design or machine design. Sustainable Designs have become the prime driver of innovation.
Sustainable Building Designs that includes Energy efficiency, carbon footprints, downsizing, design optimization etc are all the buzzwords that every client will ask about. Sustainability has become significant, so much that even hotels are being rated based on the energy efficiency…Continue
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Interior Design Services Projects to the clients the business always has to keep innovating
Profitability is the backbone of any business and in order to keep your business profitable, a businessman has to always be in search of Interior Design…Continue
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In fact, the architectural 3D visualization is nothing else but a very precise and detailed modeling of the object at the stage of its development. A copy of the building in strict accordance with the given drawings is created in the virtual space. That is, the configuration of the walls, the location and shape of the windows, roof construction and so on – it all will be exactly as architect planned, with all the proportions and dimensions.
Each surface is given with the desired…Continue
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Advantages of 3D Architectural Visualization
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Competing in today’s global economy is not at all easy for architects,…Continue
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Kitchen is one of the core parts of a home. It is the source of energy supply for the family; in the most literal sense. A kitchen should be such that it keeps the people working there, happy and in an organised state of mind. It must motivate work and inspire good taste. There are various styles and designs available for kitchens, and each of them is unique, efficient…Continue
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Home automation, as the term suggests, is the installation of automatic facilities for a home, firm or institution. In other words, home automation is the automatic and electronic control of features like door locks, lighting appliances, surveillance cameras and HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems. It is the direct manifestation of the term “smart…Continue
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If your carpet is dirty and full of stains, then you need professional Carpet Cleaning Melbourne services. Total Cleaning Melbourne gets the job done for you! We are the professional and expert carpet cleaning company based in Melbourne offering you a high-quality clean, coupled with incomparable customer service.
When it comes to cleaning carpet, our cleaners will do the better job. With the use of latest quality tools our…Continue
Added by Jordan Smith on July 7, 2016 at 3:52am — No Comments
Windows are an integral and important part of our homes. Windows are not only the ways through which wind and sunlight find their way into our homes, but they are also the reason why we do not physically feel cut off or isolated from the rest of the world. Most people have glass fitted onto their window frames. This is intended for the purpose of enabling someone to see outside of…Continue
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