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Our work habits are changing. More and more people, especially liberal professionals and those who have creative occupations, choose to work away from the crammed and impersonal offices of their companies. The alternative, the office at home, has slowly become the favored solution for those who cannot practice their profession within rigid hierarchical structures or for those who do not depend on a strictly centralised flow of information. The consolidation of the internet and new technologies has made it possible to turn something that was a dream only a few years ago into a normal routine for millions of people around the world.
Our work habits are changing. More and more people, especially liberal professionals and those who have creative occupations, choose to work away from the crammed and impersonal offices of their companies. The alternative, the office at home, has slowly become the favored solution for those who cannot practice their profession within rigid hierarchical structures or for those who do not depend on a strictly centralised flow of information.The consolidation of the internet and new technologies has made it possible to turn something that was a dream only a few years ago into a normal routine for millions of people around the world.
A specific region s environmental needs often leads to a regional vernacular architecture that embodies a common style. Yet, Hutker Architects, Inc., has designed over two hundred homes in coastal New England that avoid a single style. The twenty-five diverse residential projects in this book illustrate a process not a preordained style. The common thread through the Hutker projects is use of the life equity principle: a home should generate social and emotional equity over time. The conversation between the architect and each client unveils how to design and build this home once well to ensure positive and enduring social and emotional outcomes.
This books shows the full work of interior and industrial designer Francesc RifÃ©, born in Sant SadurnÃ d Anoia (Barcelona, Spain) in 1969. His professional career began as an undergraduate through independent commissions for various design and architecture studios while at the same time taking on his own projects. In 1994, after several years of training in his field, he established his own studio in Barcelona.
A garden is a little piece of nature transformed by humans and integrated into their environment for their enjoyment. Gardens are also an outward extension of the home - an extra living space for leisure and recreation. These concepts are the basis for the large variety of designs and tips for outdoor spaces presented in this magnificent book. It is a visual guide filled with original ideas and tricks which enable you to let your imagination run free to create a natural space in your home. The examples described and illustrated can be adapted to any kind of garden and any needs you may have.
Dostępność: na zamówienie The ramifications of architecture and design in shops and shopping centres have become the subject of academic study and business strategy, reflecting the expansion of such premises' role in social and trading environments. The use of furniture, materials, illumination and colour can all be significant factors in guaranteeing the customer's interest in the products on sale and the associated 'brand', quite independently of those items themselves.
Urban design involves the arrangement, appearance and functionality of towns and cities, with a particular focus on public spaces such as parks, squares and gardens as well as infrastructure and privately owned spaces. The design of these public spaces has become increasingly important to the long-term development and well-being of communities, and can provide towns and cities with a unique identity.
Landscaping is the design of open spaces, using both live and inert elements to transform and order nature. However, the landscaping of residential gardens and areas can address different criteria to that of their larger, public counterparts. Ideas such as privacy and concepts that take the family into account prevail over other considerations. It is as if the garden becomes another room of the house, lived in and used on a daily basis.This book presents more than 30 examples of urban garden designs by Ignasi and Xavier Bisbe (Arboretum).
Sometimes restoring a building is more complicated than constructing a new one, not simply because of the historical value of the part which is to be preserved, but also bearing in mind the state of the structure is often not known before the project gets underway. This makes these commissions a real challenge as the architect must put into practice very different strategies to those deployed on a new-build, often resulting in a very satisfying experience.This book presents 28 case studies of sensitive conversions, including work from Enric Miralles, Jo Crepain and Greg Gong.
Is a large canvas really necessary to paint a masterpiece? The obvious answer would be that the size of the canvas and the brilliance of an artwork bear no mutual relation. This book demonstrates just this point in the world of creative interior design. The continuous downsizing of urban apartments has led to a search for new design solutions to make a virtue out of limited available space. The final result is a philosophy of life based on the small, flexible and adaptable. This book presents 56 apartments with considerable size constraints and shows the inventive living spaces that can result.