The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Lobby

Posted on March 6, 2011 Under Design

Check out this video– It shows off the newest project from the lab at rockwellgroup. It's the West Lobby of the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas– and it's a kinetic space: Centered around 8 giant central columns wrapped with mirrors…

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Living in a Lego House

Posted on July 13, 2010 Under Design

Oh my, freaking, amazing.  Hilarious!  The slippers are the best. Via The Denver Egotist

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The Carbon Dater by Sruli Recht

Posted on December 11, 2009 Under Design

An architect, photographer and a graf writer walk into a bar... My three guised men, ill advised once again. Oh by night, Oh by night... from the acts of construction, observation and destruction this product of defacement did form. This…

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Posted on October 12, 2009 Under Design

Wonderwall is the interior design firm created by Masamichi Katayama– they're responsible for all kinds of incredible spaces around the world (but especially in Japan). Ever been inside a BAPE store and wondered who was behind the genius interior design…

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GRAFT Architects: Camelback Houses

Posted on July 16, 2009 Under Design

The landscape of many suburban towns are dotted with cookie cutter Ranch or Victorian homes surrounded by white picket fences and calling to mind the perfect little world brought to life by films like Edward Scissorhands or The Truman Show.…

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Geometry of Ruins

Posted on June 22, 2009 Under Life

Inspired by modern ruins and the spirit that remains alive inside of them, Geometry of Ruins seeks to simultaneously provoke feelings of hope and its death. The multimedia show by Tyger creator Guilherme Marcondes and his artist wife Andrezza Valentin"”both…

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Singapore's "My Dream, Our Vision"

Posted on April 2, 2009 Under Design

Singapore will be showing off an array of national achievements to the globe at Shanghai's World Expo in 2010. With that date seemingly around the corner, it's high time they got a move on crafting their host pavilion. While they've…

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Vision 2020

Posted on January 23, 2009 Under Design

If you're interested in the future of architecture, you want to check out Vision 2020, an online conference of noted architects, critics, and students where they paint a picture of the built environment and its relevance in the foreseeable future.…

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Pinon House

Posted on November 3, 2008 Under Life

Rick Sommerfeld (the3rdspace) and Rob Pyatt are no newbies when it comes to turning a humble abode from the mid 20th century into a 21st century work of art. Their latest project Pinon House, is yet another tribute to fine…

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Eva Jiricna x Hotel Josef

Posted on August 20, 2008 Under Travel

We like mixing up a bit of modern design culture with the great historic architecture. So when I heard that Hotel Josef just around the corner from Old Town Square in Prague was designed by London (though Czech nationality) architect…

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