Using animated computer renderings, this fly-by video shows how the construction of the Basilica Sagrada Familia will progress through to completion in 2026.
Short video about five great buildings in Chicago by Al Boardman.
Filip Dujardin is an architectural photographer based in the Belgian city of Ghent. For his personal photography project titled”Fictions”, Dujardin creates images of fictional architecture. These hyperrealistic photo collages of wild and impossible buildings and structures are constructed using digital technology…
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – Scandinavians do it better. And in case you are not already convinced (yeah right), perhaps you will be after this post. Läderfabriken is the latest project from the Oscar Properties, who are responsible for number of superb residential refurbishments in Stockholm – one of which I wrote about last year. Housed in a late 19th century factory building by the shore of Järla lake, the design for the contemporary apartments embraces the original industrial details of the building…
I always thought that Scandinavians do it better… Stråhattfabriken (Straw Hat Factory) in Stockholm is a real example of this. Dating back from 1886 to 1887, this beautiful heritage listed building was recently redeveloped into stunning apartments ranging from one to three bedrooms. Gimme, gimme!
Developers, designers and home buyers – if ever you thought that residential developments had to look generic, impersonal and “blaaaah” – well… you better think again y’all! This is a wonderful example of how a cosy, warm, livable, modern interior (with a classic twist) can be achieved by moving away from typical “beige on “greige” color and material selections, and getting a little bit playful with joinery. Sure, it helps when you have a gorgeous heritage canvas and a flawless bone structure to piggy-pack off, but let’s not kid ourselves here – I’m sure you’ve …
An absolutely stunning cabin project based on an extruded A-frame, by young architect William O’Brien Jr. How about those massive windows, huh?!
But don’t get too excited – it’s only a computer rendering! It took me a while to work that out myself – renderings are getting seriously sophisticated these days…