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Water Discus Hotel




Water Discus Hotel



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Planned for construction in Dubai, Deep Ocean Technology’s Jetsons-esque structure will include both over- and underwater living areas, which can ascend above water in an emergency.



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by jnksystem | 2012-05-12 12:18 | Architecture

The James Bond House




The James Bond House



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The Elrod House is famed for hosting the fight scene in the James Bond film, ‘Diamonds Are Forever’. Over the years, it’s also hosted some Playboy shoots too. The 9000 square foot home designed by John Lautner for interior designer, Arthur Elrod back in 1968, has become quite a pop culture fixture.

Situated in Palm Springs, the 1970’s home was built with a timeless aesthetic designed to counter the desert sun through the use of a concrete domed roof and wedged shaped skylights that let in natural light and add shade. Many prominent features of the house is the lounge area that’s a 60-foot circle, plus two 25 feet glass walls that slide away to open the living area to the outside, at the touch of a button. Elrod rightly planned the spacious house’s interior with an elegant result by way of goat hair carpet and redwood ceilings amidst the stonework, and minimal furniture, leaving the space very open that was ideal for some iconic filming. On the outside, the space makes way for a sauna, swimming pool, t-shaped bath and sun deck, all perfect for pool parties.



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by jnksystem | 2012-05-06 20:50 | Architecture

Bandra Ohm Hi-Rise




Bandra Ohm Hi-Rise



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James Law’s residential tower gets its inspiration from the “Ohm” symbol, but is much more, with luxurious, fluid swimming pools on balconies and a dramatic, vortex-like public space in the middle.



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by jnksystem | 2012-04-29 11:13 | Architecture

Google Maps 8-bit for NES




Google Maps 8-bit for NES







Google Maps is now available for 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment Systems (NES). Availability in Google Store is TBD but you can try it on your browser by going to http://maps.google.com and clicking "Quest" in the upper right hand corner of the map.
by jnksystem | 2012-04-02 11:26 | Architecture

Harborview Hills by Laidlaw Schultz Architects




Harborview Hills
by Laidlaw Schultz Architects




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Harborview Hills is a residential project located in the Corona Del Mar area of Newport Beach, California, just minutes away from the beach. A solid wall and heavy walnut panes conceal coastal views of the beach from passers-by, while liberating glass panels and white brick walls perpetuate a sunny interior for its inhabitants. The exterior theme of striation extends to the design of the interior walls and throughout the house, creating a sense of harmonious stability with various material creating an overlapping complexity. An outdoor living room completes the boxy architecture by framing the private pool with seats for that perfect sunrise or sunset.



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Source: designboom
by jnksystem | 2012-01-31 18:38 | Architecture

PH New York by Innocad




PH New York by Innocad



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Austrian architecture firm Innocad have just completed a radical renovation of a New York apartment. With a rooftop overlooking Highland Park near the Meatpacking district, Innocad was tasked with creating a fresh, livable space of both European, and Western architectural inspiration. Each room was thematically designed as a tribute of sorts based around a central view or feeling evoked by the city of New York. The result of the project was nothing short of impressive with a redesign that is more than equal to the incredible view of the beautiful New York space.



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by jnksystem | 2012-01-16 19:52 | Architecture

Tangga House by Guz Architects




Tangga House
by Guz Architects




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The Tangga House is another Singapore’s dream home designed by Guz Architects.

Completed in 2009, the 7,663 square foot residence is located in Holland Village, an elite district of Singapore that is famous amongst the expatriate community.

The luxury single-family home gives the owners the opportunity to live in harmony and comfort with nature, in Singapore’s hot tropical climate.



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by jnksystem | 2012-01-04 20:25 | Architecture

Harmonic Convergence by Christopher Janney



Harmonic Convergence
by Christopher Janney



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In 1997 artist and sound architect Christopher Janney was commissioned to create “Harmonic Runway” by the Miami international airport. To follow up on this installation Janney recently unveiled his newest interactive piece at the airport – “Harmonic Convergence.” Integrating a light and audio responsive installation across a pedestrian walkway, the focal points of the experimental installation are video sensors that adjust the lighting and sound based on the number of people in the space. The truly psychedelic display was designed to coincide with the Art Basel event in Miami Beach and Design Miami 2011.


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Source: designboom
by jnksystem | 2011-11-12 15:49 | Architecture

Foster + Partners: Spaceport America



Foster + Partners
Spaceport America



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Lying low within the desert landscape of New Mexico, Spaceport America is the first commercial space terminal in the world. Created by world-renowned firm Foster + Partners, the design was achieved using local materials, with a light carbon footprint and aims of complete sustainability. The dug-in design benefits from natural thermal mass effect, buffering the building from the extreme climates of New Mexico. This truly is a new day for travel.

Source: designboom


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by jnksystem | 2011-10-25 02:45 | Architecture

The House of Architect Pedro Useche



The House of Architect Pedro Useche


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What makes the house of Pedro Useche so unique is that all furniture pieces are designed by the architect himself; modern-day, vintage-like designs of the 60’s are present throughout the house of the talented architect. Useche started his own architectural practice in 1984 in Brazil; even after becoming a professional admired and successful, Useche has not lost the crave for designing exceptional furniture pieces as well as the architecture of the residence. The residence is located in the southwestern district of Morumbi - one of the highest points in the city of São Paulo, Morumbi is considered one of the sophisticated and one of the wealthiest neighborhoods of the city, despite the existence of the Paraisópolis favela. Construction of the residence started in 1999 and was completed in 2003; the approximately 1,000 square meter, three-storey residence is very simple and contemporary in architectural design and uses traditional and humble materials from the city of São Paulo.


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by jnksystem | 2011-07-31 13:01 | Architecture
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