June 2, 2013 Interior Design
Description from architects:
Alterations carried out to a Federation bungalow to provide a new Family Room, Kitchen and Dining Area. Extensions and building envelop performance were tightly controlled to keep within the limits of the exiting air conditioning system.
Full width aluminium sliding doors were positioned along the back wall incorporating high performance glass. A significant design element is the use of the hanging corner making the building more open and giving a better connection to outside. The verandah was extended to match and large rainwater storage tanks positioned below. Designed by Tom Bombford Studio.
This Grow Up Light – Table was designed by Kwon Jae Min. Table combined with lamp. Please visit Kwon Jae Min site for further detail.
June 1, 2013 Furniture
Gaudi Chair has a structure of glass-filled Nylon covered by a shell of carbon fiber. The nylon structure is slective-laser-sintered (3D printing) by the Dutch company ‘Freedom of Creation’.
Designed using the same methods as Antoni Gaudi, who made models of changing chains, that upside-down showed him the strongest shapes for his churches. In the chair, the chain-models are combined with a software script to generate the structure of the ribs. This is necessary because of the complexity of the forces in a chairs backrest.
High-end materials and techniques were used to create a lightweight chair. [ Bram Geenen ]
Based in Leek, Staffordshire, United Kingdom. Lisa Sandall is Specialties in Industrial Design, 3-D Modeling and Illustration. She believes that each project deserves a unique approach in order to find the most relevant solution, and often her inspiration often comes from the way we behave around products and each other.
One of her design is Will Dining Table / Desk. Made from oak and aesthetically inspired by mid century Danish furniture, Will offers an extendable table and desk in one. The product was a response to the changing needs of the 21st century family and aims to restore the table as the centre of the home. Designed by Lisa Sandall
May 31, 2013 Modern House Design
Description from the Architect :
Designed for a family, the Vienna Way Residence is located in Venice, California. Floor to ceiling glazing and connected outdoor living spaces seamlessly integrate the home with the California native landscape.
Two main volumes, anchored close to the boundaries of the property, divide the lot into thirds, bridged by a sunken kitchen in the center. The pool in the center of the outdoor courtyard visually unites the building forms. As the hub of the residence, the kitchen connects the public and private wings of the house and possesses expansive views of the pool, side and rear yards. Marmol Radziner