Posts Tagged ‘construction materials’

Travelled 9000km laundry / café by Formo design studio, Taipei city – Taiwan

June 5th, 2016

Most furnishings are made of construction materials(formworks & welded pipes)and used goods(a container door & metal halide lamps). We strip most of the finishes off from the walls.

ETH Zurich Pavilion by Block Research Group at Ideas City Festival, New York City

June 19th, 2015



ETH Zurich designers create arched pavilion out of upcycled beverage cartons.

Philip Morris Travel and Sales Office by mimaristudio, Istanbul – Turkey

February 25th, 2015

The project in the Istanbul Metrocity Business Center was performed by mimaristudio, given that the boutique office in the Astoria Residence previously designed by mimaristudio for the same group was no longer able to satisfy the changing needs of the day, and it was necessary to adapt it to the developing international office standards.

Inter|section installaton by Campos Leckie Studio, Vancouver – Canada

January 23rd, 2015

Inter|section installaton by Campos Leckie Studio, Vancouver – Canada

BAUX Träullit Acoustic Panels

June 9th, 2014

BAUX Träullit Acoustic Panels contain two of the world’s oldest building materials. The combination is simple and ingenious. We founded BAUX on the belief that building materials should be surprisingly functional and remarkably beautiful.

WINE STORES! Scala Vinoteca by Kokkinou + Kourkoulas, Athens

March 8th, 2012

Scala Vinoteca is a small restaurant, 100 sq. m., situated on a pedestrian stepped street as part of a residential neighborhood in the centre of Athens. The exact site is part of a steep undulating landscape located adjacent to one of the few green hills of the city, Lycabetus hill, giving it characteristics of a less urban area.

WINE! Scala Vinoteca by Kokkinou + Kourkoulas, Athens

March 4th, 2012

Scala Vinoteca is a small restaurant, 100 sq. m., situated on a pedestrian stepped street as part of a residential neighborhood in the centre of Athens. The exact site is part of a steep undulating landscape located adjacent to one of the few green hills of the city, Lycabetus hill, giving it characteristics of a less urban area.

Carbon Negative Cement by Novacem

September 12th, 2011

According to the producers, this material is based on magnesium silicates. This means it not only requires less heating but it is also able to absorb CO2 from the environment as it hardens, making it a “green” construction product.