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July, 2007

Buck Studio (Monday, July 30, 2007)
Buckminster Fuller's geodesic system extends its vocabulary to the humble partition wall in this workspace designed by Californian architect Ana Henton.

Mass Architecture & Design (Monday, July 30, 2007)
Profile of the American architecture and interior design firm Mass Architecture & Design.

New Museums (Sunday, July 29, 2007)
New Museums documents the best of new museum design and features 27 projects in 13 countries form the most renowned practitioners in the world today. Each project is thoroughly documented with color photographs, plans, drawings, and a project description.

Rozmarin Restaurant, Wine Bar and Cafeteria (Saturday, July 28, 2007)
Visual connections within and among the different levels allows the designers to bring together starkly varied dining spaces under a single banner in this design by Slovenian firm AKSL Arhitekti.

AKSL Arhitekti (Saturday, July 28, 2007)
Profile of the Slovenian architecture and interior design firm AKSL Arhitekti.

Warren Street Loft Apartments (Friday, July 27, 2007)
Contemporary detailing gives a refreshing new look to these apartments which retain elements from the warehouse they are housed in as subtle reminders of the past.

Stylander DesignGroup (Friday, July 27, 2007)
Profile of the American architecture firm Stylander DesignGroup.

Ring Series (Thursday, July 26, 2007)
Sculptural forms meet functional concerns in this innovative range of tables, chairs and stools designed by Italian designer Giancarlo Zema.

Giancarlo Zema Design Group (Thursday, July 26, 2007)
Profile of the Italian architecture and design office Giancarlo Zema Design Group.

MoHen Design International Office (Monday, July 23, 2007)
Classical elements are re-interpreted in terms of their nature and use within a contemporary context in this workspace in Shanghai.

MoHen Design International (Monday, July 23, 2007)
Profile of the Chinese interior design firm MoHen Design International, led by Hank M. Chao.

Waro Kishi (Sunday, July 22, 2007)
This is the first book to provide an overview of Kyoto, Japan based architect Waro Kishi's career. Made primarily of glass and steel Kishi's building are considered by some to be more delicate and subtle, and overall his designs are less driven by iconic forms.

Field House (Saturday, July 21, 2007)
The vast crop fields surrounding this residence in Wisconsin, USA and the anonymous structures dotting them provide for a unique source of inspiration in this design by Wendell Burnette Architects.

Wendell Burnette Architects (Saturday, July 21, 2007)
Profile of the American architectural office Wendell Burnette Architects.

Icon Barstool (Friday, July 20, 2007)
The conventional barstool is reduced to its bare minimum in this design by Matthias Demacker.

Under the Moonlight House (Monday, July 16, 2007)
The design for this single family residence, located in a natural reserve, borrows from both -- the natural and the vernacular context to blend well with them.

Shigeru Ban (Sunday, July 15, 2007)
Shigeru Ban (award winning japanese architect) designs and builds graceful, serene structures using modest materials. This book is only the second book on Ban in print -- and unlike the first publication, it is the most recent and complete.

White Cave (Saturday, July 14, 2007)
Variations in the site profile and topography create interesting shifts in this design for a single family residence overlooking the city of Oita, Japan.

Takao Shiotsuka Atelier (Saturday, July 14, 2007)
Profile of the Japanese architecture and interior design firm Takao Shiotsuka Atelier.

House in Brione (Friday, July 13, 2007)
Responding to the chaos of the urban sprawl, the design for a residence in Brione introduces a complex spatial configuration into the simple geometry of a cube.

Markus Wespi Jerome de Meuron Architects (Friday, July 13, 2007)
Profile of the Swiss architectural office Markus Wespi Jerome de Meuron Architects

Chokkura Plaza (Thursday, July 12, 2007)
In his signature style, architect Kengo Kuma celebrates material in this innovative design for an exhibition and assembly space in Tochigi, Japan.

Kengo Kuma & Associates (Thursday, July 12, 2007)
Profile of the Japanese architectural firm Kengo Kuma & Associates.

Red Bunker and Red Tent Boutiques (Monday, July 09, 2007)
The Bali Barret boutiques in Tokyo adapt conventional military typologies into modern retail spaces to create an eye-catching architectural vocabulary for it's brand.

Franklin Azzi Architecture (Monday, July 09, 2007)
Profile of the French architecture office Franklin Azzi Architecture.

Modern House (Sunday, July 08, 2007)
The thirty recent houses from around the world included in this book reveal current developments in house design by notable contemporary architects, and demonstrate continuing links with the work of the early twentieth-century masters.

Electric Socket Leg (Thursday, July 05, 2007)
Adaptation is interpreted through design for the Electric Socket Leg -- a unique home accessory which can be connected in different ways to respond to a wide array of applications.

Living Pavilion (Monday, July 02, 2007)
A light frame encloses the interiors of a residential unit while connecting it to its surround in this extension to an existing housing block as designed by Dutch firm Geen Punt Architecten.

Geen Punt Architecten BNA (Monday, July 02, 2007)
Profile of the Dutch architecture firm Geen Punt Architecten.

John Nash (Sunday, July 01, 2007)
This books gives a perceptive portrait of John Nash, the most imaginative and influential architect of his times.

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