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Parquets originaux  Patchwork de morceaux de chêne en bois debout, Raphael Navot (Vedes Rénovation)

Parquets originaux

A pattern piece with a sort of fixed-wood texture. The lines and hatching could be texture or simply shading but either way it looks appealing to touch.

Latitude Nikpol by Marsha Golemac. Photo by Brooke Holm | Yellowtrace

Interview: Melbourne-based Art Director Marsha Golemac.

We chat to Marsha Golemac, Melbourne-based art director, stylist and creative consultant who is consistently nailing it with one killer image after next.

TR10: Green Concrete - Technology Review

TR10: Green Concrete

A green technology concept where concrete is able to adsorb carbon dioxide to reduce to our carbon footprint in construction.

03/07/2015 - Originally designed by architects Foster and Partners, 200 Gray’s Inn Road was built in 1990 by ITN as its headquarters and br


Looks expensive but is really nice and is there likely to be an alternative that could be considered for the exterior cladding details

Penny Wise: 12 Cool Copper-Clad Buildings, By installing pre-patinated copper, the Waipolu Gallery gets a jump start on the long road to antique verdigris

Imprint of Skin by Floor van Doremalen is part of Design Academy Eindhoven's tactile exhibition in Milan

Design Academy Eindhoven's Milan exhibition has a petting zoo

eindhoven academy, Imprint of Skin by Floor van Doremalen is part of Design Academy Eindhoven's tactile exhibition in Milan

ivory | white | beige | flour | pearl | oyster | frost | vanilla | muslin

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Materials by Studio David Thulstrup | http://www.yellowtrace.com.au/david-thulstrup-interview/

Interview with Danish Architect David Thulstrup Yellowtrace.

Experimental architectural claddings, still under development, result from a variety of waste materials that would otherwise be landfilled. Image Courtesy of Stonecycling

Seaweed, Salt, Potatoes, & More: Seven Unusual Materials with Architectural Applications