In the past few weeks I came across various interesting looking houses of all kind, so thought they would be worth to be posted here.
Andre Kikosi has completely transformed a disused warehouse in Brooklyn, New York into The Wyckoff Exchange, an organic food market and live music venue.
The interior design arm of Tom Dixon, Design Research Studio, have created the interior for the new Restaurant at the Royal Academy of Arts, London.
In this installation at the Arts Institute Chicago, Simon Heijdens has created a window which changes according to external weather conditions.
Who wouldn’t want to work in this office? ‘Mr Design Office’ by Japanese studio Schemata is a 190 m2 office for 5 people in Tokyo.
Mayslits Kassif Architects from Tel Aviv have recently won the Rosa Barba European Landscape Prize for their design of the Tel Aviv Port Public Space.
An installation by Japanese architect Ryuji Nakamura is being exhibited at the museum of modern art, Tokyo. Constructed entirely of paper and glue.
The “Objective” exhibition shows a selection of London based Japanese designer Tomoko Azumi’s furniture, spanning from 1995 to 2010.
Could this be the future of community centres? Open House is a vertical village of haphazardly stacked house shaped rooms recently opened in Anyang, Korea.
Brooklyn based architects Snarkitecture and fashion designer Richard Chai have teamed up to transform a retail space into an urban glacier using a single material, white architectural foam.