Tianjin Bridged Gardens/Qiao Yuan Park by Turenscape
“Through Regenerative Design and by changing landforms, the natural process of plant adaptation and community evolution is introduced to transform a former deserted shooting range used as a garbage dump, into a low maintenance urban park; providing diverse nature’s services for the city including containing and purifying storm water; improving the saline-alkali soil, providing opportunities for environmental education and creating a cherished aesthetic experience.”
Lollipop & Rock It Suda by Hoon Moon
Loudly questioning the accepted categories and order of this world.
“For [Hoon Moon] drawings are a manifestation of “creative terrorism”, opposing the monolithic and neutral world that institutions would have us believe is the only possible reality. Moon conceptually and physically challenges the commonplace notion of the architect and architecture. The idea of making architecture as a continuous flirting with the client or a collective orgy with all the people involved in the architecture.”
Bottle outdoor collection by Zero First Design
Who is ready for lounging/reading outside in sunshine? 80 today in Austin.
“The light wood lounge furniture ensemble evokes the shape of a bottle partially obscured from view, as if resting in the sand of the beaches familiar to the designers.”
Worldwide Carpets by David Hanauer
In to: using technology to create an older form of art (Google maps —> office rug).
“It reflects a new identity of products as well as humans and the interaction between them. Comparing to Persian carpets of former times, ‘WorldWide Carpets’ interprets ornaments from these times into the 21st century.”
Versatile circular glass verandas by Open Sun
This is it!
Envisioning three of these in a tiered structure in a house design -
bedroom (top floor), library/reading room (second floor), group dining/after dinner seating (bottom floor).