xin shixiang's proposal is a virtual utopian city that exists on the internet and provides people who enjoy rainy days a spiritual sanctuary alienated from the real world.Read more
the illusion of depth is achieved by careful consideration of perspective, light and texture.
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the pavilion is a sculptural intervention, which serves as a flexible workshop space, performance space, and a cultural hub.
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all materials have been developed by repurposing materials including waste, blow moulded polyethylene milk bottles and waste timber from interior refurbishment projects.
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the 18 peaks pavilion represents the eighteen districts in hong kong, the mountainous terrain of the city and the collective spirit of its residents.
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the design takes cues from the neighboring historic architecture, comprised of a row of historic airplane bungalows.
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the hotel compound sits on the edge of the picturesque houhai lake, and neighbors a verdant public park, as well as historic hutong houses used by local inhabitants today.Read more
the apparatus comes with an adjustable height to make sure it hits you in just the right spot. The post BTR boxing trainer simulates in-the-face action appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.Read more
by reusing an outdated warehouses, the project is a good example of contemporary chinese urbanization – widely practiced as an urban renewal method.
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the installation respects the historical buildings by doing no physical change, but instead, adds visible air flows to twist, connect, and blend space from both the interior and exterior.Read more