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June, 2006


Minimum (Monday, June 19, 2006)
A highly sought-after bible of the Minimalist aesthetic, available in paperback for the first time. An extraordinary visual essay that explores the notion of minimum as applied to architecture, art and design.

Modern House Three (Sunday, June 18, 2006)
A survey of 33 houses by both distinguished architects as well as and up-and-coming young designers, including David Adjaye (London), Tadao Ando (Japan), Carlos Ferrater (Spain), Sean Godsell (Australia), Kengo Kuma (China), Richard Meier (United States), Julie Snow (Canada), and Werner Sobek (Germany), among others.

Gunnar Asplund (Saturday, June 17, 2006)
A comprehensive monograph of Erik Gunnar Asplund (1885-1940), Sweden's pre-eminent architect and a central figure in the development of Scandinavia's architectural modernism. Also, offers an in-depth analysis of Asplund's life and work, in particular his collaborations with architect Sigurd Lewerentz.

Muji Cushion (Friday, June 16, 2006)
Designed by Fumie Shibata, the Muji cushion serves as a multipurpose seating product.

Window Window (Thursday, June 15, 2006)
"Window Window" as the name suggests, is a window within a window. Designer Sebastian Bergne questions the norms of vision and privacy through this project. "Window Window" cannot be categorised as a curtain/blind/shutter/pane surface, and yet is not completely unique of these categories.

Keystone, children's seating (Wednesday, June 14, 2006)
Keystone, Designed by Italian designer Sebastian Bergne, is a Flexible furniture element for use by children or adults during teaching and play.

Inclosia, Softradio Alarm Clock (Tuesday, June 13, 2006)
Softradio Alarm Clock by Designkoop is designed to do the unfriendly job of waking you up, in a friendly manner.

Corian, Island Meeting Table Range (Monday, June 12, 2006)
Designed by Designkoop, the range finds solutions to technological requirements in today's office environ.

Scotland gets a facelift (Saturday, June 10, 2006)
Located in Glasgow, Partick Burgh hall was refurbished by the Architecture firm ZMarchitecture in 2004. Now after two years, the work seems to have paid off, as the Scottish people hold it with an admixture of pride and affection.

BMW Central Building, Plant Leipzig (Friday, June 09, 2006)
Designed by Architect Zaha Hadid, the BMW Central Building represents a radical new interpretation of open office landscape.

Orozco House (Thursday, June 08, 2006)
Designed by LAR, this design comes across as imaginative and quirky. We were very taken by the humorous story of this design from evolution to its not so complete end.

Bridging Tea House (Wednesday, June 07, 2006)
This project explores the typological interaction between the conceived forms of a teahouse and a bridge. Simply said, that means it tries to find the common ground between the two very familiar (at least in the Chinese culture), and thus difficult symbols.

ZM Architecture Ltd. (Tuesday, June 06, 2006)
Profile of ZM Architecture Ltd. Glasgow, United Kingdom

LAR/Fernando Romero (Monday, June 05, 2006)
Profile of Laboratory of Architecture (LAR) founded in 2005 by architect Fernando Romero.

Zaha Hadid Architects (Sunday, June 04, 2006)
Profile of Zaha Hadid Architects.

Designkoop (Saturday, June 03, 2006)
Profile of the innovative product design firm -- Designkoop -- founded by Claus-Christian Eckhardt, Andreas Hopf and Johannes Kiessler.

Design Studio S (Friday, June 02, 2006)
Profile of Design Studio S, Minatoku, Tokyo, Japan.

Sebastian Bergne Ltd. (Thursday, June 01, 2006)
Profile of Sebastian Bergne Ltd., Design Office

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