Wednesday , August 12 2020

Architecture

Transformable 309 Sq ft Smart Home

Hong Kong-based architects LAAB have just completed an incredible home that maximizes every inch of this 309 sq ft (28.7 sq m) flat in Hong Kong’s Central district. The clients had a long wish list that included: full kitchen, bathtub, home cinema, gym, storage—and cat-friendly features for their three furry …

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Windows That Morph Into Balconies

Dutch Architecture and design studio HofmanDujardin have developed an innovative window that morphs into a balcony at the push of a button. The award-winning design has progressed beyond the prototype phase and is currently in production with the first models slated for select apartments in Amsterdam. The balcony was engineered …

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The Skinniest House In The World

Sandwiched between two buildings from two different time periods, Keret House in Warsaw, Poland measures 152 cm (60 in) at its widest point and 92 cm (36 in) at its narrowest. Built in 2012, the house was designed by architect Jakub Szczesny.

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Rio 2016: The Transformation Of Olympic Park

The 2016 Summer Olympics officially known as the Games of the XXXI Olympiad, and commonly known as Rio 2016, are a major international multi-sport event in the tradition of the Olympic Games as governed by the International Olympic Committee, being held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Opening rounds in certain …

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An Old Ship Turned Into A Stunning Building

South Korea-based Shinslab Architecture created a stunning pavilion titled ‘Temp’L’ for the Seoul edition of MoMA’s Young Architects Program. It looks like casual abstract art at first, but when you take a closer look you’ll see something familiar… A ship! Shinslab Architecture chopped off a part of a ship, flipped …

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