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RS29 Ecker Architekten

"This project is located in the Weststadt of Heidelberg, in a dense residential neighborhood. The focus of the project is the renovation of an artists’ café built in 1950, located deep in the center of the housing block. In subsequent years, this building was used for residential purposes, and it will once again be utilized as housing, with a portion dedicated to commercial use."





Coffee Drip Brew Machines  Dutch Lab

"Dutch Lab, our main business, with the professional barista Jaewoong Kwak working together with global designers, is MZDB’s coffee brand. In Dutch Lab, you can see the works of the best designers from countries around the world. As in-house designers, we have architectural, industrial, graphical designers from Hong-Ik University who are engaged in various design activities. We have participated in various numbers of design exhibitions such as The Stockholm Furniture Fair 2009, Maison & Objet 2013 in Paris to enhance the value of Dutch Lab‘s unique design.”


The Last Billboard

A 36-foot-long billboard located at the corner of Highland and Baum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Every month, a different individual is invited to take over the billboard to broadcast personalized messages, which are spelt out using wooden letters that are changed by hand. 

you can follow its tumblr here. 

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Villa Moerkensheide, Belgium by Dieter De Vos Architecten | via

The house is centrally positioned on the building plot at the edge of a residential neighbourhood and opposite a small forest. An explicit orientation to the sun shapes the tripartite composition of the house. Three gardens formally complement the composition, each garden intended for a specific time of day: morning, afternoon, evening.

A symmetric spatial configuration of three cubes around an equilateral triangle, together with an asymmetric articulation at the carport, defines the building geometry. The volume is developed architectonically through a concrete and blockwork loadbearing structure, brickwork of hand-selected peat-fired bricks in Flemish bond and hardwood carpentry with prominent arched windows on the ground floor and rectangular windows on the upper floor.

The living area with open floor plan clearly shows the building geometry. The three large arched windows on the ground floor bring daylight generously into the space and at the same time create a close relationship between the interior and the three gardens. The three blind end walls within the open space contain integrated cabinets that allow the eating area, seating area and work area to find their appropriate place. Warm, natural materials and colours enliven the living area: wooden wall paneling throughout the space, a light-pink-and-sand-coloured terrazzo floor with an integrated kitchen worktop.

Photography: Filip Dujardin

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Church Altars | Cyril Porchet | Via

Throwback to Mexico last December. #travel #wanderlust #ChichenItza

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