Italia on the Screen
Italian Ways is an online magazine (in English) about Italy edited and designed by Angelini Design in Rome. The stated aim of the project, says Michele Angelini, “is to give visibility to historical and artistic Italian places—in particular the ones not so common to the main public—and to give focus to the Italian Arts and Crafts, which means design, tradition, taste, flavours, and more specificly craftsmen inside their studios working and making their pieces.” Italian Ways maintains an…
Jiangxi Nanchang HENGMAO Sales Center | AOD Design | Archinect
Project Name: Jiangxi Nanchang HENGMAO Sales CenterDesign Company: AOD Design Designer: James Liu Project Area: 5600 square meters Complete Date: Sep. 2017 HENGMAO Group wished to build a modern and unique sales center and hired AOD to design the project. The fashionable arch shape design...
Gallery of One Main Office Renovation / dECOi Architects - 1
Image 1 of 63 from gallery of One Main Office Renovation / dECOi Architects. Photograph by Anton Grassl
Modern Japanese Style Restaurant
Gochi is a modern take on a traditional Japanese style restaurant. Items such as the chopstick were transformed into feature custom-designed lighting which scale the walls. The ceiling structure made up of interwoven rope creates a textural element throughout. The screened facade provides transparency and a sense of mystery and intrigue to passers-by. The colourRead More
The Best Way To Learn Spanish
So you want to learn Spanish? Spanish is one of the most useful languages to learn, especially for people living in America. It's also one of the easier languages to learn because a lot of the vocabulary is very similar to English. But what is the best way to learn Spanish? Should you take a class? Should you watch Telemundo every night? Should you buy a Spanish software course? These are all great strategies, and it just depends on your own personal situation.
Takao Shiotsuka - Project - Airport lounge - Image-4
Japanese architect Takao Shiotsuka designed a lounge inside the Oita Airport in Japan.
Office extension with a faceted copper roof by Emrys Architects
A faceted roof made from a shimmering copper-bronze alloy covers this extension by British firm Emrys Architects to a pair of Georgian townhouses in London.
Nervi: The Master of Parametric Design and Construction
What can we learn from the master builders of the past to enable the future fabrication of highly engineered and visually complex free-form structures?