This design by Wolveridge Architects is a perfect example of a sustainable design with many principles implemented. The characteristics of the design resemble its environment and landscape. The interior focus is contemporary capturing the outer view gracefully through its large windows. Architect Jerry Wolveridge describes the property as: “robust, both functional and agricultural it connects with its exterior. In conjunction with its changeable interior dependant on external conditions underpin this holistic approach, contributory to contemporary design practice. An attempt to create an ‘Australianess’ with a rugged but (hopefully) sophisticated interior, characterised by a palette of natural materials, a sense of craftsmanship and childhood reminder of growing up in the 70’s.”
In Singapore a renowned artist Moshie Safadie has now opened a mega resort to grab the public attention. The new creativity of the artists had made Singapore an attraction for the tourists for the future decades.The concept of the “Welcoming Hand of Singapore” comprises of 10 fingers of the museum joined by a single round base. Each finger displays a different gallery. In total, there are three levels of galleries. The tallest finger stands 60 meters above ground. All the fingers illuminates their galleries and throw skylights is a dramatic way...............
The dentist office is one of the few environments that many don't want to experience. However Lillo from Graft has designed a unique contemporary office that calms the patient and allows them to enjoy the peaceful choice of colors, soft curvatures and the playful imagery on the walls. Lilo best describes it as "You come in and all of your senses are appeased or tranquilized in a sense".
Nestled into the landscape, this beach house blends with the natural topography of the coastline of Kuwait. It slowly unfolds itself to the visitor, as it is approached from the desert. Upon entry, one gets glimpses of the sea whilst going down to the public space of the chalet. On this lower level, the house extends into the landscape and the sea, accentuated by an infinity pool in the garden. The private side of the house, located at the entry level, is concealed from the visitors by a bamboo wall. Bedrooms and private living spaces remain isolated from daily activities.