Custom hardware attaches to a drawer and cabinet system that was created specifically to meet the needs of this family. Emma Byrnes As it stands, this post-war bungalow wouldn’t do. It was located in a quiet cul-de-sac in a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, overlooking the sprawling gum trees of theRead More →

28 December 2021, 17:15 New town planning initiatives were presented today at the meeting of the Inter-Agency Council responsible for the implementation of the Cooperation Agreement between St. Petersburg and Gazprom. As part of Gazprom’s large-scale efforts for architectural and artistic lighting of historic sites, central streets and new neighborhoodsRead More →

House for dockers’ offices / Circull architectural workshop © Anna Skudar + 32 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/974182/house-for-dockers-offices-architectural-workshop-circull © Anna Skudar Text description provided by the architects. A building for port workers as well as the administrative offices of technical services (“La MaisonRead More →

Sir Nikolaus Pevsner published the first volume of England buildings 75 years ago this year. Published between 1951 and 1974, the now legendary county-by-county series explores 46 volumes of English architecture, from Cornwall to Cumbria, London to Lancashire. Scotland, Ireland and Wales were added in the late 1970s. Although guidesRead More →

Nikotama Terrace Cooperative House / Okuno Architectural Planning © Yasuhiro Nakayama + 24 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/973859/nikotama-terrace-cooperative-house-okuno-architectural-planning © Yasuhiro Nakayama Text description provided by the architects. Nikotama Terrace is a cooperative house located on the side of the Kokubunji cliff that goesRead More →