Architecture Iran – geometry, light, space

Architecture Iran – geometry, light, space

With Iran coming in from the cold, as it were, the heat is definitely on in terms of its architectural scene. Then again, many argue that the straitened era of sanctions has itself provided fertile creative ground for young Iranian architects. Read
WorkOf x Architonic – Greenpoint Studio Tours: Caroline Z Hurley

WorkOf x Architonic – Greenpoint Studio Tours: Caroline Z Hurley

Walk into Caroline Hurley’s new Greenpoint Atelier on any given day of the week and try to decipher what the space is. Part studio, part showroom, gallery and community gathering space the list goes on and on…
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Feeding off the Past: new restaurants with a slice of architectural history

Feeding off the Past: new restaurants with a slice of architectural history

An international trend for new restaurants occupying converted spaces that retain key aspects of their original interior-architectural fabric sees diners dining out on past architectural glory.
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Material Tendencies: Eugeni Quitllet

Material Tendencies: Eugeni Quitllet

Describing himself as a ‘Disoñador’, a combination of the Spanish words designer and dreamer, Eugeni Quitllet likes to enter another dimension when designing objects and furniture. He believes that there should always be something magical in the object.
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Bathrooms as art: Ceramica Flaminia revolutionises toilet design once again

Bathrooms as art: Ceramica Flaminia revolutionises toilet design once again

In Italy, the design of a bathroom and its fixtures is an art. But the luxury Italian sanitaryware producer CERAMICA FLAMINIA combines both design and performance, working with many of the world’s greatest creative talents including Nendo, Jasper Morrison, and Giulio Cappellini. Its new flushing system, goclean, revolutionises both the aesthetics and function of its pieces.
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