The Slow and Green // Yoyogi Village by Kurkku | Guest Post by Pleat Farm. | Yellowtrace
'Retail villages' have been an emerging occurrence in Tokyo as of recently, and Yoyogi Village is one such concept which integrates a green, slow space/ sanctuary with an exclusive retail experience for the sophisticated urban crowd. The urban oasis is the brainchild of two high-profile music creatives Takeshi Kobayashi and Shinichi Osawa, and the two visionaries branded themselves as "Kurkku' for this venture. Helming the overall architecture is interior designer Masamichi Katayama of…
Pavilion Style House with glass walls and organic interiors
We love the light, open quality of this pavilion style house by Washington based architect Robert M. Gurney. Right in his own backyard of Washington DC,
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Eco Home Building and Remodeling: The Joys of Going Green
[caption id= attachment_1834 align= aligncenter width= 771 ] Image via pixabay.com[/caption] Commercial contractors who implement green building materials are sure to see boom times ahead. That�
House S | CHRIST.CHRIST. Associated Architects
House S – extension and conversion This specific construction assignment is a central topic of today's urban development: the roof area as building...
Fray Leon House in Santiago is Impressive
If you take a stroll through this building, we are pretty sure you would want to live in it. The Fray Leon House, a single family contemporary residence, is located on the east side of Santiago (Chile). This impressive project has been completed by Santiago-based 57 Studio, and it has been built around native trees […]