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Is this something that you see in your kitchen? Bio Robot Refrigerator.

 

 

Bio Robot Refrigerator by Yuriy Dmitriev, is this a gadget that you can see in your homes in the near future? Do you think it is just a SF gadget? What do you think are the pros and cons for this. Tell us more, we want to hear more from you.

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Slat House – A Sophisticated Remodelling of a 1930’s Semi-detached House

The Slat House represents an unusual two – storey extension, and sophisticated remodelling of a 1930’s semi-detached house, to provide an extra bedroom, bathroom and study/ garage by Carl Turner-architects.

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Minimalistic Architecture in Above Ground Level Residence

When designing Villa Kogelhof was beginning autarky ambitious premise. The villa had to be completely neutral energy, including energy generation through its own windmill. At the same time, there was also the desire to combine simplicity and abstraction with a dramatic appearance. The result is a composite, constructed of two at right angles to each other stacked volumes: one mainly underground, the other floating above the ground level, a compromise glass box which is supported by a steel V-frame.

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State Of The Art Healthcare Facility by Wingate & Farquhar

This state of the art healthcare facility by Wingate & Farquhar will provide radiotherapy services for patients in the Bay of Plenty, who currently have to travel out of the region for their treatment.

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Affordable Student Unit, Environmental-Friendly From Tengbom Architects

Tengbom Architects has designed a student unit for students which is affordable, environmental-friendly and smart both in terms of design and choice of materials.

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Do You Know The Future of Architecture?

The Future of Architecture

 

Did you ever think about the evolution of the buildings along time? Although I am not an architect, I sometimes think about the huge transformation of the buildings from let’s say….2000’s until now.  If you think about it…only 5 years…right?

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Umbrella Homes – Sustainable house with passive annual heat storage

Umbrella Homes

“A simple underground house design uses a novel insulating/water-shedding blanket that covers the structure and surrounding soil. The umbrella creates a huge subterranean thermal reservoir that soaks up the sun’s energy during summertime and stores it for winter heating.”

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Ocean House for Everlasting Moments of Serenety

I don’t know what is about water. What is about it that many people desire to live near a water source. Maybe it is the primary feeling that humans had for thousands of years. Water is the source of life and in the past a water source was the only thing that made the difference between life and death. Cities were born around rivers, near lakes.

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Integrated Science and Engineering Building, Northeastern University in Boston

To develop a new university campus precinct, Northeastern University in Boston invited five teams of architects in November 2012 to prepare design proposals for a master plan and the design of a 100,000 square foot Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Building. Diamond Schmitt Architects, as one of two finalists, developed a comprehensive plan for a new academic commons connected across the Amtrak main rail corridor to the existing universitycampus.  The plan established a new presence for Northeastern both to the rail corridor and to the neighbouring community on Columbus Avenue.

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State-of-the-art Green Architecture Wooden Building Nature Centre

Aart architects presents a state-of-the-art wooden, green architecture sustainable building with teaching, exhibitions and office functions.
Nature Centre Hindsgavl frames the outdoor life of the Hindsgavl Nature Reserve and is designed as a state-of-the-art wooden building in terms of energy efficient architecture.  Nature Centre Hindsgavl is designed as a sustainable outdoor centre that conveys the captivating natural and cultural history of the Hindsgavl Nature Reserve,  including Hindsgavl Castle.   In addition to teaching, exhibition and office functions, the wooden building houses a number of facilities for scouts, school children and other visitors who enjoy the outdoor life.

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