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72 Sentosa Cove House | ONG&ONG

Description by ONG&ONG:

This is a home that can endure the tropical climate with minimal environmental impact, by tapping on available natural resources. Four levels make up the building, each catering to the family’s various social and entertainment needs while also accommodating each member’s individual need for solitude. 155 more words

Living Room

3D Printing Open House and Talks on April 16th

3D printing – technically referred to as additive manufacturing – is transforming architecture and design. Architecture firms and schools model projects with it, China uses it to build entire houses, local designers print shoes with it, and the medical industry creates surgical tools and other elements used in reconstructive surgery. 78 more words


# Photo of the day #

Loisir Gold Lounge is based on a modern bar concept design. The elegant lighting fixtures are the most important aspect of design since these items set the ambiance and capture eyecatching details. 6 more words


At the Ecole des Beaux-Arts

Friday evening’s lecture by Margot Ellis at the College Club of Boston about Americans in Paris, the book she wrote with Jean Paul Carlhian about the American students at L’École des Beaux-Arts, was a marvel to behold – as is the book. 520 more words


I Look Up, Look Ahead

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The Death of Model Making?

Is it real? Or imagined?

Since our journey through the design process began for our own home, one thing has struck me. Computers, indispensible as they are, seem to have removed the one thing I loved about the idea of designing or building (or extending) a house: the beautiful hand-built architectural model. 350 more words