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Walnut House Contemporary House Design in McMinnville, Oregon

August 09, 2013 By: archinhome Category: contemporary house design, Home Design

Walnut House Contemporary House Design in McMinnville, Oregon. Located in a beautiful hill in McMinnville, Oregon, the Walnut Room is probably the best of Portland Giulietti / Schouten Architects ever with. Designed as a home with low maintenance, two bedroom, three bath home was built with a lot of structure Features. The sustainable world comes with walls of exposed concrete panels and veneer finishes and many glass for the day of light day. Walnut House impresses with its contemporary design, which promotes open space and the state of lighting art. We are completely sold out, we love him all the way down. [ Via ]

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Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation Synagogue by Ross Barney Architects, in Evanston, United States

July 14, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Architecture

This Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation Synagogue is designed by Ross Barney Architects, located in Evanston, United States.
Evanston’s zoning ordinance limited the building area to less than the original 42,000 sq. ft. program. Space demand was evaluated hour by hour to find the most flexible balance. JRC’s offices, early childhood program, and chapel occupy the first floor; the religious school and library are on the second floor; and the sanctuary, social hall and kitchen are on the third floor, a strategy that allowed cost effective construction of high volume space for the sanctuary.

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JRC’s commitment to Tikkun Olam – Hebrew for “repairing the world” – is manifest in the design while demonstrating the benefits of sustainable design. The solution, a precious wooden box, is a visual testament to these values. The wood cladding is recycled cypress harvested from demolished barns.

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A Jerusalem stone wall anchors the box creating a baseline for all other activities. The processional stair outside the wall provides a meaningful and eventful transition between spaces. JRC’s highly involved, multigenerational congregation is reflected in the informal, non hierarchical community and worship spaces, especially the sanctuary.
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Contemporary Design of The City of London Information Centre

May 29, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Architecture

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The City of London Information Centre is designed by Make.
Located to the south-west of the South Transept of St Paul’s Cathedral, on one of London’s principal tourist routes, the building also sees substantial pedestrian movement. The combined sensitivity and prominence of this site posed a unique design challenge. Extensive analysis of the context and lines of sight informed the position, scale, orientation and profile; the final location ensures that the structure does not impinge on key views of St Paul’s but is calibrated to establish a dialogue with its historic neighbour.

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Manifesto House, Green House by ames & Mau Architecture in Curacaví, Chile

March 14, 2011 By: archinhome Category: Green Home Design, Home Design

This house is located in Curacaví, Chile. This unique and green house was designed by James & Mau Architecture.With 160m2 areas, divided in two levels and uses 3 recycled maritime containers as structure. A container cut in two parts on the first level is used as the support structure for the containers on the second level. This structure in the form a bridge creates an extra space in between the container structure, isolated with thermo glass panels.

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