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review: range rover sport autobiography unites sport, utility and luxury

designboom

The post review: range rover sport autobiography unites sport, utility and luxury appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. from its spacious loadspace to its refined exterior design and interior comforts, the SUV never forgets its exhilarating driving experience first of all.

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Lahznimmo Architects aims for "beautiful utility" with museum storage in Sydney

Deezen

Lahznimmo Architects have completed storage building for a museum in Sydney "We aimed for 'beautiful utility' – a building with a calmness and cool precision that would functionally serve the activities within and protect the collection," said Lahznimmo Architects director Andrew Nimmo said. The photography is by Rory Gardiner.

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Linimo Terrace Public Utility / Tohata Architects & Engineers + nanometer architecture

ArchDaily

© ToLoLo studio architects: Tohata Architects & Engineers architects: nanometer architecture Location: 121, Shonyuzuka, Nagakute Shi, Aichi, 480-1128, Japan Project Year: 2021 Photographs: ToLoLo studio Area: 399.0 m2 Read more »

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This house in Nagoya by Tomoaki Uno Architects utilizes traditional field masonry techniques

Avontuura

The post This house in Nagoya by Tomoaki Uno Architects utilizes traditional field masonry techniques appeared first on Åvontuura. The site is located in an upscale residential area with lush greenery, with Nagoya University and Nanzan University walking distance.

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MIT graduate utilizes waste to build a foldable and adaptable home prototype

designboom

The post MIT graduate utilizes waste to build a foldable and adaptable home prototype appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. the upcycling project by yiqing wang integrates technology and craftsmanship in waste design.

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toru shimokawa utilizes ancient traditional wood for rustic café takenokuma in japan

designboom

The post toru shimokawa utilizes ancient traditional wood for rustic café takenokuma in japan appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. the design blends modernity with tradition, employing ancient techniques, such as kawara buki tile roofing and cedar bark ceilings.

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Homegrown Courts // Utile, Inc.

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© Utile, Inc. © Utile, Inc. © Utile, Inc. © Utile, Inc. © Utile, Inc. © Utile, Inc. © Utile, Inc. © Utile, Inc. The post Homegrown Courts // Utile, Inc. The Homegrown Court resolves this, providing every unit its own outdoor space, plus a shared courtyard and other adaptable areas.