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Camille Blatrix. Heroe

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Camille Blatrix. Heroe

Camille Blatrix. Heroe

Camille Blatrix. Heroe

Camille Blatrix. Heroe

via we-find-wildness.com | Photos © John White

Heroe is the title of a solo exhibition by French artist CAMILLE BLATRIX currently on view at Wattis Institute in San Francisco. The presentation is featuring a series of minimal sculptures that appear familiar and timeless thanks to a highly precise manufacture. As with much of his previous works, the meaning of BLATRIX‘s objects is dissolved into a self-contained abstraction and is ascribed to the viewer’s narrative impulse.
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The shape of things

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Sir Jony Ive reflects on the nature of objects, the fragility of ideas, and 20 years of Apple design

Many of us can remember our first encounter with an Apple product. For a rare few, it may have been the Apple 1 (1976). For some, the turning point was the iMac (1998). And who can forget the frenzy surrounding the iPod’s debut some 15 years ago, or the iPhone (2007), the iPad (2010), and most recently the Apple Watch and Apple Pencil (both 2015).
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Villa Clessidra (plan)

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Villa Clessidra

Villa Clessidra

Villa Clessidra

Villa Clessidra

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Glass Encased Swimming Pool Level Inserted into Forest Dwelling by LAAV Architects

The new project from architect Laertis-Antonios Ando Vassiliou, co-founder of OPA, which brought cliffside Casa Brutale, ‘Villa Clessidra’ is a conceptual three-level forest dwelling by LAAV architects. The cubic scheme of 200 square meters provided both architectural freedom and constraints, which dictated the proportions of each private and public program within. Hypothetically, it would be built amongst a pine forest and be a place for relaxation and meditation.
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Abeel House, Belgium

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Abeel House, Belgium

Abeel House, Belgium

Abeel House, Belgium

Abeel House, Belgium

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Angled glazing frames range of views from Ghent house by Steven Vandenborre and Mias Sys

Windows angle out from the front of this family home in Ghent by Belgian architects Steven Vandenborre and Mias Sys, giving multiple perspectives on the street and city below.
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Before 9, Kyoto

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Before 9, Kyoto

Before 9, Kyoto

Before 9, Kyoto

Before 9, Kyoto

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PUDDLE Turns Traditional Merchants House into Craft Beer Bar in Kyoto

Occupying one of the remaining three ‘machiya’ townhouses in Kyoto, the once typical home-cum-shop for local merchants has been refurbished into a Japanese sake and craft beer bar by PUDDLE. The repurposing element of the project was initiated when the owner — a former sake brewer— wanted to restore his brewery, while preserve the declining number of ‘machiyas’. In the end, the interior followed a mismatch between the existing traditional materials, and the non-traditional prominence towards the front of the structure.
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House in Estoril

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House in Estoril

House in Estoril

House in Estoril

House in Estoril

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A glazed ramp spirals around a courtyard at the centre of this house in the Portuguese town of Estoril, connecting the various living spaces and a garden roof terrace. Lisbon-based architect António Costa Lima designed the house for a family that had lived in several places around the world, but that was now looking to settle on the Portuguese Riviera near Lisbon.
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A Lab on Fire in Beirut, Lebanon

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Micro Hutong, Beijing

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Micro Hutong, Beijing

Micro Hutong, Beijing

Micro Hutong, Beijing

Micro Hutong, Beijing

Micro Hutong, Beijing

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ZAO/Standardarchitecture Creates a 30 Square Meter Hostel within a Beijing Hutong

ZAO / Standardarchitecture has completed a hostel inside a renovated beijing hutong that measures just 30 square meters. The project continues the firm’s interest in this typology — typical to the Chinese capital — after previously designing a ‘co-living courtyard’ and a library and gallery space. For this scheme, as with the studio’s earlier work, the brief was to explore the potential of small scale social housing within the city’s traditional architecture.
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Ikema House, Okinawa

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Ikema House, Okinawa

Ikema House, Okinawa

Ikema House, Okinawa

Ikema House, Okinawa

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Cliff hanger: a Japanese house combines modernism and tradition

On the secluded island of Ikema, part of the Okinawan archipelago in the East China Sea, 1100 Architect has recently completed a cliff-top home looking out to sea. Built of concrete to withstand extreme weather, the architects detailed the home with traditional Japanese materials to soften its edges.
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