Located in #Sopot , #Poland , this commercial building is a popular landmark for tourists and photographers. Built in 2004 by the design team of Szotynscy & Zaleski, this 4,000 square meters building is part of the Rezydent Shopping Center.
Inspiration for the unusually shaped building came from Polish fairytale illustrations by Jan Marcin Szancer and Per Dahlberg. Appearing almost as though warped by a person playing with photoshop, tourists are often hesitant to enter the vertigo-inducing entrance.
The local name of the building is Krzywy Domek which translates into English as “Crooked House” and is home to many popular shops, restaurants, and even a radio station. 📸: @aurisha, @liolaliola#architectanddesign
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We love these pressed flower cement cast plaques from @magnolia! So much so that it actually inspired us to write a whole blog on not-so-typical uses and incorporations of spring florals. Check it out via link in bio :)
Ohhhh how type has evolved! In the earlier days of type, compositions were put together by a typesetter - a person who arranged individual metal letters to make the words and sentences. Needless to say, it was a very tedious job, and this always reminds us not to complain about Microsoft Word 😅
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A ideia que a arquiteta Chris teve ao criar um lavabo.
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A closer look at the website for Elevate Electrical ↗️
For Elevate, the brief was to represent "taking electrical to the next level." To create something more sophisticated than the standard that presently exists within the saturated industry, while still conveying the personal touch that comes with a small, locally-owned and operated business.
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“Show Pony” is a bronze and steel sculpture created by Steve Tyree. It is currently on display at The Allison Inn & Spa, along with many other sculptures at the outdoor sculpture gallery located on the beautiful grounds of The Allison!
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Modern and chic, this mural can create a fresh perspective on your wall. 😍
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One word describes this Custom-Designed Home. That word is STUNNING! Open the door and walk into an entryway with walls finished in Papyrus wallpaper.
Continue into the open concept living space and be ready to be amazed by the wall of glass looking onto a 572-square-foot private, landscaped Terrace! The southern and corner exposure allows natural sunlight to pour into the home. The view of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross seems almost surreal. The kitchen is equipped with all Viking appliances.
The Bakker Christal chandelier adds an incredibly elegant ambiance to the rooms. An artfully designed, custom-made oak wall system runs the length of the living/dining area. It lends a warm compliment to the contemporary vibe. This exceptional property has to be experienced in person! SOLD above asking price at $1,650,000.
I grew up on a lake where I spent many summer days canoeing, swimming and fishing with a cane pole. What summer memory does this watery landscape bring to mind for you?
”One Hope,” 48x36, available @pryorfineart; show opens April 12th.
PROJECT HIGHLIGHT: Montreal Collocation (pt.3/3) .
An open space shared with severals users with different needs, the main goal was to make the space flexible and functional for everyone.
Four differents levels of open space offices that needs to cohabit and share a fonctionnal lighting.
The lighting design respects the identity of each company, but at the same time keeps it subtle and flexible for new coming users.
City: Montreal, Canada
Architect/Designer: VOA Architecture
PROJECT HIGHLIGHT: Canadian Museum of History (pt. 2/6)
“The light ultimately needs to tell a story. The visitors shouldn’t have to be aware of the technical feats behind the scenes. The lighting should create a complete sensory experience!” François Roupinian, President Lightemotion
City: Gatineau, Canada
Photo Credits: Gordon King Photography