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What started out as a separate backyard studio, through the machinations of the sometimes labyrinthine permitting process, has become an "addition" to the existing house through the expansion of project scope to include a larger wrap-around deck and a connecting...
Typographic Chocolate is a delicious-sounding project by student designers Lisa-Marie Peters and Christian Pannicke. Completed with the University of Applied Sciences Berlin professor Jürgen Huber as an advisor, the project entailed creating an edible and presentable design for the gift shop at the Museum of Letters in Berlin. Together, Peters and Pannicke selected quality Belgian […] More...
Designed to be experienced at high speeds of 110 kilometers per hour, the site-specific sculptural sound walls use repetition, contrasting colors and undulating shapes to create a sense of dynamic movement. Three distinct styles of sound walls were created
Here's what's catching our attention this week (plus details on how to have your travel photos appear on Remodelista this week). Above: We're wrapping up our week of Clean Living with 5 ways to unplug at home . And after we unplug, we're practicing 8 ways to worry less . Do you have a retirement plan? One couple embarked on a global Airbnb adventure . Above: Scrap leather reincarnated as a clothing rack and side table. Put your vertical space to good use with a three-piece DIY corner organizer . Stained glass without the commitment (or cost). Above: A black-and-white kitchen extension , charred wood included, on the ground floor of a Victorian. Photograph by Andy Matthews. Where do Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas go to get away? A 15,000-square-foot country house in Bedford, New York. A completely new bathroom look for under $200. Above: Does this chair remind you of something? It should. It was inspired by a diving board. Tips on how to style your nightstand from Estee Stanley, One King's Lane's editor at large. Instagram and Pinterest Picks of the Week Been anywhere interesting—and well-designed? We're devoting next week on Remodelista to Instagram Adventures, ways out of the cold inspired by our Instagram feed. And we'd love to see your best travel finds. Use the hashtag #RemodelistaTravels to tag your adventures on Instagram . We'll repost our favorites on Remodelista next Friday. Above: Blogger Céline Navarro's Travel board is filled to the brim with great getaway ideas. Catch up on our Clean Living issue here . And don't miss Gardenista's week of exploring The Power of Scent . More Stories from Remodelista The No-Cost Remodel: Carmella's 7-Step Plan to Clutter-Free Living 6 Simple Ways to Hang Art Table of Contents: Clean Living
How do you like your coffee? With a bit of greenery or some flashy bikes overhead? To launch our travel week, we're exploring five standout cafes in Singapore. Photography by Pauline Egge . Expat Gathering Spot Above: Island enclave Sentosa Cove is home to lots of expats, and their coffee and fresh juice place of choice is the kid-friendly Kith Cafe . In addition to a roomy main space (with lots of indie magazines), there’s a huge terrace. Photograph via Kith Cafe on Petite Passport . Hidden Gem Above: The best city discoveries are always a bit hidden. Ronin doesn't have a website or telephone number, and its easy-to-miss entrance is on a quiet street. But when you find it, you enter a world of coolness. The concrete-and-wood interior is lit only by small lightbulbs, and the coffee and sandwiches are excellent. Photograph via Ronin on Petite Passport . The Bike Shop Cafe Above: Wheeler's Yard is also not easy to find: Take a cab and you'll arrive at a huge old garage that's a combination bike store and cafe. (In truth, though Singapore is trying to become a bike-friendly city, only daredevils are on the streets right now.) Join them in Wheeler's Yard for a coffee break while you admire the handmade bikes. Photograph via Wheeler's Yard on Petite Passport . Talk of the Town Coffee The best-known coffee in Singapore is Papa Palheta, which has a roastery in the same building as the supercool CSHH Coffee Bar . The space was formerly a hardware store, but now you can treat yourself to a specialized coffee made, of course, with Papa Palheta’s beans. Coffee tastings take place here too, and there's a coffee store worth checking out upstairs. Photograph via Chye Seng Huat Hardware Singapore on Petite Passport . Green Oasis Above: The place to go to if you're looking for some tranquillity? Longstanding favorite PS Cafe is surrounded by trees and grass in Dempsey Hill. From the terrace, as you sip your coffee (be sure to pair it with the chocolate fudge cake), you see nothing but greenery. Photograph via PS Cafe Singapore on Petite Passport . Our new Weekend Guide columnist, Pauline Egge, is the founder and editor of the travel site Petite Passport . Pauline lives in Barcelona and the Netherlands, and spends much of her time crisscrossing the globe. For Remodelista, she'll be sharing her favorite design addresses, city by city. See her posts on Amsterdam Guest Houses and where to Stay, Eat, and Shop in Madrid . More Stories from Remodelista Bed and Bike: The Ultimate Hotel for Cyclists Paint It Blue: A New Wave Thai Restaurant in Vancouver The Artists' Retreat: Brice and Helen Marden's Hotel Tivoli
In designing this private apartment for a small family, we ask ourselves what truly defines modern day living. We also wanted to create a 'livable' living space for the occupants - a timeless and unforgettable look is what we seek [...]
The home owners are working with us for a second time, which makes the design brief a breeze to understand and follow, since we know their basic requirements and preferences. Originally purchased for investment, this house eventually [...]
In this project, we seek to create a simple and sleek gallery space which adheres firmly to its dominantly minimalistic design and blends in beautifully with colourful decorative elements and art pieces, some of which are created [...]
Peter Behrens (1913)Who: Peter Behrens What: German architectWhen: b. 1868 d. 1940; key active time 1907 to 1912Where: Berlin and ViennaWhy: Designed the AEG Turbine FactoryHow: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, [...]
The Bullitt Center in Seattle, Washington, is one of the most self-sufficient buildings on the planet. It is net zero energy and, after the water reuse system is approved by city authorities, net zero water. Net zero means that the building uses the same amount as it creates or generates – it is self-sufficient. In The post Net Zero Case Study: Bullitt Center – Green Materials appeared first on Green Building Elements .