domingo, 2 de abril de 2017

GEOFFREY BAWA IN LUNUGANGA


The Modern tropicalism Architecture

"Lunuganga Estate was the country home of the renowned Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa. Started in 1947, the garden led Bawa, a lawyer called to the Bar at the Inner Temple in 1940, to decide to become an architect. As he went on to become Sri Lanka's and one of Asia's most prolific and influential architects, the garden at the Lunuganga estate remained his first muse and experimental laboratory for new ideas. He continued to change and experiment with its spaces and structures throughout his life until his final illness in 1998. Left to the Lunuganga Trust on his demise in 2003, the gardens are now open to the public and the buildings on the estate are run as a country house hotel."







sábado, 1 de abril de 2017

CASA NA COMPORTA


The Atmosphere at the interior designers  Daniel Suduca et Thierry Mérillou  home in Comporta, Alentejo, Portugal

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Nicholas Mathéus
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quinta-feira, 9 de março de 2017

GS1 PORTUGAL


GS1 Portugal Renovation by Promontório architects with the collaboration of the 

"GS1 Portugal is the Portuguese counterpart of the non-profit global body in charge of implementing the technological licensing origin identification systems of companies and products, promoting, among others, the renown barcodes, now designated qr codes..."

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PHOTOS BY FERNANDO GUERRA / FG+SG
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quarta-feira, 8 de março de 2017

SPRING 2017 BYJOANA ASTOLFI


Joana Astolfi Studio 
Working in Progress for Lisbon Hermès Spring vitrines 2017 l Stone Age 






photos via Joana Astolfi Instagram
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segunda-feira, 6 de março de 2017

BAMBOO HOTEL & RESIDENCES


The Atmosphere In Bamboo Hotel & Residences l China by japanese architect Kengo Kuma
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"There are several reasons we chose bamboo as the principal material. First of all, we thought charm in the material’s weakness. The Great Wall built with solid stone and brick had been a device to sever the world of civilization and savage, while the bamboo filter would on the other hand allow light and wind to pass through. Also, the bamboo filter could work as a connection between the worlds. Historically been brought to Japan from China, the bamboo is a symbol of cultural interchange between those two countries.
– Kengo Kuma Architects






quinta-feira, 2 de março de 2017