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Archive for February, 2019

Rimowa Flagshipstore in Tokyo / by Labvert

Tokyo’s Ginza district is famous for its fine department stores and luxury brands. Soon, it will house a new attraction as the legendary German luggage manufacturer Rimowa will open a centrally located 500m2 flagship store. To perfectly present the suitcases with their iconic groove design, a store landscape has been created in which high-quality, Western design harmonizes with Japanese cultural traditions. This Zen-inspired shopping oasis is the creation of the Architecture and Design Studio Labvert, under the direction of Stephan Vary.

Control Your Pests: Indoors and Out

Spring is around the corner and your garden will start coming alive again. The sun will shine, spring rains will pour down, and your home will get a fresh infusion of new life. It also means that insects and pests will begin waking from their winter sleep and reproducing everywhere.

Feuerstein Arena in Schierke / by GRAFT

In Schierke, a district of Wernigerode at the foot of the Harz Mountains in Germany, GRAFT has renovated a listed natural ice rink. The project is awarded with the German Design Award 2019.

Departamento Vertice, Estado de Mexico / by ARCO Arquitectura Contemporanea

A home that includes all its inhabitants is the project that ARCO Arquitectura Contemporanea´s team did for this project. The basic rules of universal design answered all the needs for a person that uses a wheel chair creating the ideal ambiance where everyone can fully enjoy the whole space.

Modern Bathroom Design Guide

Now that it’s a new year you’re probably wondering, what does a modern bathroom look like in 2019? This is a great question. Bathroom design is always evolving, and 2019 is no different. We’re seeing less and less of the all white and chrome, sterile, and honestly boring modern bathrooms of previous years.

The Future of Steel Buildings

If you are currently debating building a new home, barn, industrial building, or even an airplane hangar, steel is the building material you should consider. A prefabricated steel building can be designed to suit whatever your needs are, and a prefab building is cheaper and faster to construct than a building made of traditional materials. Customers who order steel building kits generally receive their buildings within just a few short weeks, and they are put together 50 percent faster than putting up a building made from traditional materials.