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Product • By Look CompositesGRP (Plástico Reforzado con Fibra de Vidrio - PRFV)

GRP (Plástico Reforzado con Fibra de Vidrio - PRFV)

GRP is a composite material, made up of a resistant fiberglass structure and a plastic material that acts as a binder. Used for both interior and exterior pieces, facades and even urban furniture. More

Project • By Dipen Gada and AssociatesPrivate Houses

Dr. Nirav Bhalani's Residence

Intro to the project:    Beautiful house for a Doctor couple living with their parents and 2 small kids wanted home with 4 Bedroom, Living and family room, dining area, kitchen, study, home theatre and spa toilet. Caption Client brief:    Mr. and Mrs. Bhalani, a Doctor Couple where one is cardiologist and other is paediatrician. They were well aware with our work style and philosophy. They wanted a kid friendly and open house plan with maximum light and ventilation to be carried out all across. Colour Palette requirement was of light and white as much as possible with play of few extract colours at few areas which give good overall break to the palette. Caption Exterior:   Exterior is Developed usi... More

Project • By Pablo Muñoz Payá ArquitectosShops


Architecture to weave the Mediterranean Throughout the Mediterranean there are dozens of domes and roofs that shine filtered by light and the blue of the sea flashes with ceramics. Almost a hundred years ago, the moment in which a perception evokes a memory was baptized as "Proust's Madeleine". An effect that inevitably arises when entering Trenta Tres, the renovated takeaway rice place in Petrer. Caption The project occupies a ground floor located on Avenida de Madrid, the main intersection - and the widest street - between the Elda and Petrer conurbation, near Alicante. The program is spread over the 72.67 m2 between the public counter where the traditional rice dishes are ordered and delivered and the kitchen reserved for the Tren... More

Project • By XRANGE ArchitectsHotels

Wandering Walls

On an ocean front mountain top, between tall grasses and acacia forests, walls meander in and out of the wild and wind swept landscape to create an 8 room retreat. Rugged, curvaceous concrete walls define the boundaries between architecture and landscape, wandering inside and outside to create public and private spaces. The retreat is thus named Wandering Walls, a building where the walls truly wander throughout.   Lorenzo Pierucci Lorenzo Pierucci Kuo-Min Lee Respecting that acacia trees do not survive migration or disturbance to their root systems, the building hugs the edge of a native crop of acacia trees to gently curve out towards the... More

Project • By Neumann Monson ArchitectsOffices

Gavin Penthouse

Situated at the top of a 5-story urban infill, this 2,100 SF office space provides refuge and inspiration within this small, historic commercial neighborhood. Departing from conventional office amenities, the suite is designed to promote invention and collaboration among a dynamic group of interdisciplinary entrepreneurs.  Cameron Campbell Integrated Studio The office is divided into three equal-sized programmatic zones which comprises half of the building’s top floor. The interior theatrically inserts materials and furnishings into the concrete and glass volume. The juxtaposition of traditional with modern, through a variety of materials and forms, creates a unique and relaxed atmosphere.  Cameron Campbell Integrat... More

Project • By Neumann Monson ArchitectsHospitals

GuideLink Center

Law enforcement, healthcare providers, and local government agencies joined to create a 24/7, low-barrier facility to provide intervention and treatment for substance abuse, mental health, trauma, and act as a winter shelter. These offerings are an important alternative to traditional police intervention for individuals in crisis situations. The voluntary facility is strategically located near other supportive services, as well as bus, bike, and pedestrian routes.  Cameron Campbell Integrated Studio   The building is organized around its three program elements – office, behavioral services, and shelter – and is punctured across its main facade with primary access points. Inviting entrances incorporate full glazi... More

Product • By Louis PoulsenPatera Oval

Patera Oval

The pendant is a glowing ellipsoid made up of diamond-shaped cells. Each cell has been carefully designed to capture light and to conceal the light source from viewing angles above 40 degrees. Below 40 degrees the lamp allows direct, downward light. The round opening underneath provides direct light with a soft transition towards the reflected light. The pendant can be used with or without a diffuser plate, depending on whether the view of the light source creates an unwanted glare or not.  More

Project • By Beyond Spaces Design StudioApartments

The Canvas Home

A plush residence for a Hyderabad-based family that allows colour, pattern and a curated palette of materiality to weave together a bespoke design narrative in the Banjara Hills neighborhood. Caption Caption The project’s demeanour is rooted in its inherent penchant for tangible and expressive design; Sprawling over an area of 2,400 sq ft, this 4-BHK residence was painstakingly pieced together over a course of 2 years The home’s design DNA has been conjured through establishing an equilibrium amidst contemporary nuances and traditional elementality of design. The interplay of colour, warm umber tones and a coalition patterns form the leitmotifs of this residence. Each space in the shared and private zones of the home... More

Project • By Alcove Design ConsultantsOffices


India’s first listed power sector infrastructure investment trust. Established to own and operate power transmission and renewable energy assets in India.   Client Brief: Design an Office for this young company that meets with their current and future requirements and exudes their image appropriately to its internal team and the outside world. Yamini Krishna Photography Yamini Krishna Photography Client Expectations:  Raw, Rustic and yet Elegant design with a clear hint of company’s true business and values communicated aptly across the entire office space. Yamini Krishna Photography Challenges: Design challenges were addressed well by the experienced design team. It was the pandemic that hit just... More

Project • By Designsmith InteriorsOffices

Khaleej Times

Every Concept of ours begins with a story. And when we were commissioned to develop a Design Concept for Khaleej Times’s new office space – Reception, News Room & Broadcasting Studio who is UAE’s first & leading English daily under the publishing house – Galadari Printing & Publishing Co. LLC, we came up with the concept of ‘FLOW’ which resonates with the nature of news & media in our daily life.  Caption We were challenged to create a 21,000 Sqft future-proofed space where the staff and the customers could collaborate in a cutting-edge tech integrated space. Being a newspaper and a media giant, incorporating screens and interactive displays was key. So, we engaged with PIXCOM T... More

Project • By Dos VeintinueveRestaurants

Pan de Fuego

The proposal we developed for the new storefront for Pan de Fuego in Cholula, is originated from the understanding of the artisanal process of the product they offer, artisanal bread. Also, the value on the preexistences found on the site is complemented by materiality and furniture.  Caption The honesty of the baker's work and its product, encouraged a proposal that related to the work inside the kitchen, prioritizing materiality and interior ambiance. With this in mind, we chose to strip the walls to expose the brick and neutralizing it to contrast the color of the original floor tiles, a model called 'huichol' which we were asked to keep but were happy to do since it adds to the identity and characteristic colorfulness of the... More

Project • By Dos VeintinueveExhibitions

Camelia Tea Room

According to the popular Chinese legend, the discovery of tea was a wonderful coincidence attributed to the Chinese Emperor Sheng Nung, who happened to be resting under the shadows of a wild tree when a light breeze blew a few leafs off the branches and into a bowl of boiling water nearby creating an aromatic infusion which made the Emperor decide to try it and be captivated by its flavour. Jaime Navarro Camelia Tea Room is our interpretation of such facts and it seeks to generate a multi-sensorial experience through design. Jaime Navarro The space was originally the meeting point for family and friends who used to drink tea, which added a load of symbolism for the proposal. The interior space is divided in two and connected thr... More

Project • By Dos VeintinueveExhibitions

Cocina María Luisa

The project finds inspiration in the kitchens of villages: those where meal preparation uses firewood and smoke, and as a result of this, the shade of the walls gets dark. And also those where there’s a smell of wet soil and the utensils are made of pewter and clay and the whole space revolves around the act of feeding the soul. Jaime Navarro   Materiality in its purest form, of each of the elements that make up the space, is the leading thread of the proposal; apparent concrete, burned wood and volcanic stone plates complement the discourse, crowned by a suspended metallic gabion which contains broken pieces of clay objects: everyday use food and drink containers such as plates, pots, jars and glasses amongst others. J... More

Project • By ASA studio albaneseShowrooms

Thom Browne Store Design District Miami

A new Thom Browne's store arise in the Design District of Miami and features details like signature grey subway tiles on the ceiling, floor, and walls, a distinctive layout with mobile display racks, and mid-century furniture by Pierre Jeanneret, Jacques Adnet, Maison Jansen, Paul McCobb, and Dunbar by Edward Wormley. A grey tile box conceived by Thom Browne itself and developed by ASA studio albanese.  Caption Caption More

Project • By Prashant Parmar ArchitectApartments

Luxury 4BHK Apartment Interior at Arjun Skylife

The client brief demanded that the interiors should delight the eye and also soothe the soul. Creating a simple, practical and uncluttered space was the Architect’s line of action. The palette of Italian marble floor, wooden floor, veneer and subtle shades of grey was Architect’s deliberate choice to deliver elegance and make the space seem spacious and warm. Architect worked on every detail and execution process. Adaptable material palettes, innovative solutions and creative aesthetics approach altogether have helped to achieve the right equilibrium between client’s expectations and our aspirations. As one enters, the living room unfolds itself in muted tones of grey and white with veneer. The cement spray ceiling with... More