Home in Beverly Hills
Design: Maxime Jacquet
Location: Beverly Hills, California
This contemporary oasis located in Beverly Hills is the the vision of Maxime Jacquet. It is a modern space with the unexpected comfort of its high wood ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, rock work, and large art murals of legends like Jimi Hendrix and Elvis Presley. Light is not absent in this space, instead it pours in and washes the beautiful sleek furniture and decor. This home has an ambiance of relaxation, warmth, earthy attributes, modern charm, and wealth.
Design: Pitsou Kedem Architects
The house’s central space rises to a height of six meters and is 17 meters long. There are no pillars in the space and the entire front is transparent with glass windows that slide apart with the aid of an electric motor. Thus, the entire interior of the home opens into the courtyard and the border between inside and outside is cancelled.
Design: Architects of Invention
3rd Prize Winner for Telecom Tower Competition Santiago, Chile
The young London-Moscow-Tbilisi-based practice Architects of Invention has received 3rd Prize for Telecommunications Tower in Santiago de Chile.
The concept of this tower suggests the volcano and optical phenomena such as the halo and the sun pillar. The ideas originate with the early modernists such as Rodchenko, Tatlin, Yakov Chernikhov and Malevich.
Germany’s Tallest Apartment Building – design by Gehry Partners, LLP
10 Feb 2014
Residential Building in Berlin by Frank Gehry
Design: Gehry Partners, LLP
A design by Frank Gehry will be used for a building on Berlin’s Alexanderplatz that will be Germany’s tallest apartment tower. The skyscraper proposal is strongly reminiscent of the architect’s completed New York by Gehry tower in NYC.
SCI-Arc has traditionally relied on erecting temporary graduation pavilions in its parking lot. But in 2012 they staged a competition to design a permanent structure. The winning team, P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, came up with a dramatic space that completely transforms the downtown architecture school’s campus and the surrounding Arts District.
“In the tradition of non-tradition at SCI-Arc we look at the graduation as an initiative to specul
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