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Links 11 through 20 of 255 by Peter Cresswell tagged Architecture

The layouts include kitchen, library, laundry room, dressing room, a lounge with a hammock, a home theatre with big screen, an enclosed dining area, a bathroom (with tub) and a wet bar. Each arrange...

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You’ve seen them everywhere, in architecture magazines on every coffee table in every hipster’s apartment—those sterile, uninhabitable medal-winning places that look like a neutron bomb just hit them...

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Montessorian Susan Stephenson has just opened the first AMI Montessori classroom in Bhutan. Here’s the story in just two pictures: BEFORE:  Children sit still on plastic chairs at group tables in...

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Another villa from Sarno Architetti, this one in Nocera Inferiore, Italy. Seen here is a model of the house. Say the architects [again, I've cleaned up the translation a little]: Nestled on the hill the villa is generated by the principles of the new orga

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I was a student of the architect that designed Bush's "Western White House". David Heymann, as talented a professor as he is a designer, shared numerous stories to his students about the experience for working for "the governor" at the time. Bush's ranch

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A villa under construction in Salerno, another fine example of organic architecture. The architects Sarno Architetti describe it this way [I've changed just a few words]:

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The White House, the Empire State Building and the Washington National Cathedral are unlikely candidates for a top ten of American architecture, but there they are heading up a just-released public survey of America's top 150 buildings conducted by the Am

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A conscious nod to architect Felix Candela, this 2005 project is set to be "the newest jewel in Valencia's crown." Not only that, it's a superbly expressive use of thin shell concrete hypars.

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Revolutionary when it was built in 1929 Los Angeles by Neutra, a recent Austraian émigré excited with the methods and materials of American industrialisation -- he boasted that all the 'parts' came straight from a catalogue -- but perhaps difficult to s

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