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  • Gifts for architects and designers

  • Still missing lots of presents? Have a look at this selection, for architects and designers only. You can go high-tech with a fancy portable laser cutter or a smart tool for iPad that lets you scan the whole place in seconds, combined with a measuring laser pen that makes the deal. You could buy small little workin[...]
  • Design Earth

  • Led by architects El Hadi Jazairy and Rania Ghosn, Design Earth is a collaborative practice that creates spectacular geographies, visualizing a range of aesthetic and political concerns for architecture and urbanism. Their last project Pacific Aquarium – presented at the Oslo Architecture Triennale – reflects on th[...]
  • The picnic project

  • How far can a re-appropriation of nature go? The picnic project takes in consideration the post-industrial era in the northwest lignite mining area of Ptolemaida, between Greece and Macedonia. Focusing on three main techniques, Greenhouse, Grafting (shaping arrangements of trees into uniform structures), and Outdoo[...]
  • Vasco Mourão, the originals

  • Portuguese artist Vasco Mourão presents new formats for his city illustrations, adding curves, wood, and fluid three dimensions. Well known for his pieces on daily magazines, his Originals bear the same formula: dense abstract urban settings, made only by using a black pen and a big dose of patience. "I draw cities[...]
  • Colouristas

  • Other-on collects the works of two real "colouristas" that mix fashion and architecture, giving photography some geometry and geometry some colour. The result is a light and cheerful atmosphere that celebrates pigments. The two young photographers Michelle Cho and June Kim combine their visual skills, focusing on f[...]
  • Mountain houses: rustic or modern?

  • Winter time calls for snow, mountain houses and cabins, no doubts on that. But there's one issue that often haunts interior designers and architects: being able to create their one true contemporary masterpiece, while pleasing their clients' desire for their dream's childhood hut (bears included). Check out this se[...]
  • Axonomatrix, axonometries for everyone

  • For axo-lovers don’t miss the Axonomatrix project, a collector of dozens of axonometric drawings depicting buildings, site plans, concepts, fantasy worlds, mummies, futuristic cities, paintings and much more. Technically a pictorial drawing of an object, where the object is rotated along one or more of its axes rel[...]
  • Floor plans from your favourite TV shows

  • Breaking Bad, Buffy, Arrested Development and Mr. Robot, to name a few, have no secrets anymore. The floor plans of your favourite TV shows' houses have been revealed in an ongoing project by Ben Sanford and real estate agency site Homes.com. We have open space flats, mansions, multiple floor houses, and very artic[...]
  • Small Stories: how architects dream their dollhouses

  • Small stories, big dreams. Careless of the age or gender, a dollhouse is a real temptation for creative fellows. Next to a stunning selection of 12 historical dollhouses from the V&A collection, the National Building Museum in Washington DC makes a contemporary update showcasing the interpretations do[...]
  • Robert Bezeau, plastic bottle village

  • Robert Bezeau is the founder of the Plastic Bottle Village, an eco-residential community set into the heart of Isla Colon, Panama. Over the three phases of development, The Village will consist of around 120 homes/lots, as well as a small boutique, eco-lodge, that will mesh with the community’s fruit, vegetable, an[...]
  • Super Museums!

  • Specialized in digital production, with Super Museums Briktop illustrates eight major international museums as if they were – and they actually are – fantastic architecture stars. Completed with a short video that assembles the main architectural components of each museum, the project ends with a survey on our favo[...]
  • Stefano Corbo: Il Tappeto di Pietra

  • Il Tappeto di Pietra è il progetto di Stefano Corbo per la riqualificazione valorizzazione del Centro Storico di Vidigulfo, in provincia di Pavia. Partendo dall’osservazione del centro storico, che oggi oggi vive una condizione anomala per cui all’omogeneità tipologico-volumetrica delle sue cortine edilizie non cor[...]