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The Beauty of Imperfection

30/06/2022 architecture & interior

The Beauty of Imperfection

“All places of beauty have a very negative side about them. There can’t be beauty where everything works to perfection.” - Ricardo Bofill.

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Does it Spark Joy?

25/05/2022 architecture & interior

Does it Spark Joy?

The spaces within House of Joy seek to reject the somber, the vanilla, the beige, exploring the many ways that we can bring more joy into our homes, and into our lives.

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The Homes Shaping the World of Brick Architecture

13/05/2022 architecture & interior

The Homes Shaping the World of Brick Architecture

Considering aspects of history, technology, aesthetics, and sustainability, this book offers a substantive guide for the continued use, and transformation of this ancient material.

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Temples of Knowledge: Protecting the Ideals of Free Speech

03/05/2022 architecture & interior visual culture

Temples of Knowledge: Protecting the Ideals of Free Speech

"Information is the first step towards change. That’s why access to free, independent information is essential in a democracy." The Uncensored Library works to celebrate and commemorate those who have given their lives in order to protect the ideals of free speech.

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For Those Who Believe in The Power of Ideals

31/03/2022 architecture & interior

For Those Who Believe in The Power of Ideals

Temples of Books explores the history, mission, architecture, and changing role of selected libraries around the world. Revealing extraordinary public and private collections, national and monastery libraries, repurposed engine sheds, and UNESCO-protected mud buildings from Mexico to Vietnam and Mauritiana.

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Reinventing Cosy Living: This Old Hudson Maison

18/01/2022 architecture & interior

Reinventing Cosy Living: This Old Hudson Maison

The countryside is calling. Already palpable before the pandemic, interest in the possibilities of rural living has now grown beyond what many of us could have ever imagined.
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