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Modern Minimalist Greenhouse Design by Verdickt & Verdickt Architects

August 07, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Green Home Design, Modern Home

Modern Minimalist Greenhouse was designed by Verdickt & Verdickt Architects. Shaped and designed like an industry greenhouse, the design architects Verdickt & Verdickt features exposed steel supports, the windows are wide apart and a barn-shaped A-frame configuration of the very visible from the outside . Once inside, however, modern furniture, clean lines and white walls and ceilings contrast with floors and black granite countertops all give this look an elegant and minimalist.

Design principles emissions are increasingly integrated strategies for solar heating, heat from the sun through the windows drawn and then trapped in the expanding super-insulated interior. This particular building emissions also references to his aesthetic inspiration, with glass on all sides selectively reviewed by the inner layers, where confidentiality is desired. [ Via ]

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Cleveland Museum of Art, in United States by Rafael Vinoly Architects PC

July 26, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Architecture

Cleveland Museum of Art, designed by Rafael Vinoly Architects PC, located in Cleveland, United States.
Rafael Viñoly Architects’ design for the new East Wing forms part of an impressive seven year expansion and renovation project aimed at highlighting the original building as a ‘jewel’ set within a continuous ring of expansion space. The 139,200 sq ft East Wing connects CMA’s original 1916 Beaux-Arts building by local architects Hubbell & Benes and the 1971 addition by Marcel Breuer, creating spectacular new spaces for the presentation and conservation of one of the leading encyclopaedic art collections in the United States.

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Viñoly’s renovation plan was devised to revive the original design principles of the museum and involves renovating and in some cases demolishing several subsequent additions which have presented a ‘disjointed and confusing warren of spaces’. The Breuer building is being renovated in this process but further demolished buildings will make way for a vast, indoor, sunlit piazza, topped by a gently curving canopy of glass and steel, around which the entire museum will be organized and create a natural meeting place and event space for large functions.

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