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Arch & Design

Tuesday, September 23rd 2014
by Daniel Haim

Formal and conceptual simplicity, two prisms placed one above the other, with a slightly displaced movement of the top prism, creating an immense overhang and an interior fissure. This is the basis for beginning to understand the concept behind this dwelling.

by Daniel Haim

The converged work of Ricardo Agraz, Paolino de Vece and Santiago Ibarrarán developed a strong and clean architectural concept that created the right environment to accommodate the needs of a single inhabitant.

by Daniel Haim

A luxury condominium building designed by architect Shigeru Ban and his New York-based partner Dean Maltz, located in Chelsea’s art district, just west of the High Line.

by Daniel Haim

Kenneth Bordewick cannot, at this time, confirm nor deny a request by the British Royal family to design a private residence for members of the family. Kenneth Bordewick and his firm, Beverly Hills Luxury Interiors, has never given an interview to Radar Online, therefore any claims made concerning Mr. Bordewick’s design relationship with the British Royal Family and St.James Palace are completely false.

by Alice Byrne

The Tower House was built by Anderson Wise Architects and it is almost hidden within the woodland surroundings, from the terrace there are spectacular views of Lake Travis, Austin.

by Daniel Haim

There are three forms of visual art: Painting is art to look at, sculpture is art you can walk around, and architecture is art you can walk through.

by Daniel Haim

In the perfect life, in the perfect world you will find a place like this. Wait, what am I talking about? This is the perfect life and the perfect. And thanks to VaSLab Architecture we’re enjoying this world even better.

by Daniel Haim

A marvelous resort area sitting on the hills of Bedarra’s Islands, Australia that’s almost reaching 250 acres of pure privacy and love. 16 Villas to be exact, designed by Pikewithers Interior Architecture.

by Daniel Haim

We delivered a stunning new dwelling on the 61st floor of the metropolitan tower. Every single room is constructed so that the postcard view of central park is the star.

by Daniel Haim

Don’t you just love large spaces and a good privacy?. Ricardo Bofill took something completely out of the ordinary and turned it into the perfect place to make the ‘Bloginity headquarters’ so perhaps it’s time we move out. It’s not really a home though, it’s an office, a residence, an exhibition space and so much more.

by Daniel Haim

I just came across this amazing architecture by Guz Architects. An environmental design, minimalistic, curvilinear flare that brings out the organic coverings. Tell me this isn’t the coolest home you’ve ever seen and I will disagree.

by Daniel Haim

What started out as a relatively minor remodel of a modest bungalow evolved over the course of construction into a new 2,500 s.f. house, with the existing foundation and footprint as the only original elements.

by Daniel Haim

Clients chose to retain the eccentric 1979 structure of the property and commissioned a gut renovation and extension.

by Daniel Haim

This site is located on a hilltop in one of the eminent Karuizawa villa areas. All directions around the site are clear for view in winter.

by Daniel Haim

‘Anzas Dance Studio’ by Yoshimasa Tsutsumi in Beijing photographed by Misae Hiromatsu.

by Daniel Haim

MATEU Architecture sent these images of the Casa Grove I in Coconut Grove, Florida over to our friends at Contemporist.com.

by Daniel Haim

The projects program called for four loft style single family residences developed as a small lot subdivision. The program consists of an open plan first level with double height living space, large kitchen, dining area, powder room and service porch.

by Daniel Haim

“Brr” is a set of heaters especially prepared for cold, winter days. Heater “Brr” insulates hands from the hot cup, keeps the heat and warms frozen hands.

by Daniel Haim

The site is located about an hour northwest of Austin. The retreat is sited on a peninsula that served as a private fish camp since during the second half of the 20th century.

by Daniel Haim

These homes are made in Austria, delivered in about 8 to 10 weeks after an order is placed, and only required four people to assemble on site.

by Daniel Haim

This dramatic renovation centres around a spacious internal courtyard defined by natural rock face and lush vegetation. Large sliding glass doors in the main living area enable a seamless flow between inside and outside.

by Daniel Haim

Bruce Stafford Architects have designed the renovation of an existing house which was originally an 80′s style multi-tenancy building in Sydney, Australia.

by Daniel Haim

A photographer’s studio over a boathouse on Stony Lake is a re-imagination of the archetypal glass house in a landscape in the Canadian Shield.

by Daniel Haim

Here’s the Gramercy Park, Manhattan, apartment of model Coco Rocha and her husband, the artist James Conran. Rocha says “My mom fixed up houses my whole life.

by Daniel Haim

Aveleda’s House is a villa designed to accommodate the light as a source of inner experience of housing.