- Catissa – four-story house for cats \ Mojorno
- DIFFA’S Dining by Design 2013 Entrance \ Input Creative Studio
- Bloom – An Aquatic farm for phytoplankton culture \ Sitbon Architectes
- PASEO \ Sobrado + Ugalde ARCHITECTS
Posted: 30 Mar 2013 12:18 AM PDT
Mojorno has designed the Catissa, a four-story house for cats. This house is made from solidwood this house designed for installing on the wall. This kind of installation gives to humans a bit of extra space on the floor and for cats better view from a hight. They have safe place to take a nap. Dogs and children can't get them.
Designer: Garipov Ilshat – industrial design studio Mojorno, Russia
+ All images courtesy Mojorno
Posted: 29 Mar 2013 11:38 PM PDT
Input Creative Studio designed the entrance for DIFFA Dining by Design as a part of the Architectural Digest Show in New York this past weekend, in collaboration with Clark Gaynor Interiors.
The entrance to DIFFA's Dining by Design 2013 represents the journey of an AIDS victim; illustrated metaphorically through the "light at the end of the tunnel" that DIFFA's efforts provide.
Through the use of perspective, one is naturally drawn into the show as they experience an array of mirrored light bulbs incased in a dark envelope. The combination of two hundred and seventy two light bulbs creates an abstracted mirror above, making the cause relatable as viewers look up and see their own reflection Powerful yet nostalgic, the design pulls one in to reflect, literally and figuratively, on the cause.
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Project: DIFFA’S Dining by Design 2013 Entrance
Posted: 29 Mar 2013 11:08 PM PDT
The water is going to redefine our future. By 2050, its level will get sixteen centimeters more than today and Asia is planned to be very affected by this phenomenon. Conceived to be first installed in Indian Ocean, Bloom is an initiation of a link which purpose is to find an alternative issue on rising water due to global warming. This is why the concept of this large-scale project is to practice the culture of phytoplankton that absorb C02 excesses and create 02.
Bloom is a semi-submersible center that can also alert in case of tsunamis. Moored to the seabed with a system of cables, it is a controller of water level and quality in died zones of the oceans, rivers, coastal zones… Its goal is to regulate their O2 quantity by injecting phytoplankton making photosynthesis.
The project offers a living environment for the permanent staff of scientists and for phytoplankton in big aquariums. It is thus the first project created for these algae. It is a catalyst structure of their growing and in a way it's a matrix pocket of oxygen on Earth that can also desalinize sea water.
Bloom wishes to be a sustainable answer by decreasing our carbon footprint while learning to live in accordance with our oceans. Every factory producing CO2 would have its own Bloom to testify of its interest for a better environment.
By giving us responsibilities on our CO2 consumptions, we would become aware of our ecological impact on the planet. Cause resourceful water is the mother of our civilizations and we will always need it.
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Name of the project: Bloom – An Aquatic farm for phytoplankton culture
+ All images and drawings courtesy Sitbon Architectes
Posted: 29 Mar 2013 10:49 PM PDT
The project has 730 M2 of construction and 1200 M2 of land, this was a massive renovation that changes the slope of the house completely and create more space in the private areas. Sobrado + Ugalde ARCHITECTS maintain the fire place as a focal point of the house designing all the spaces around this area.
Sobrado + Ugalde ARCHITECTS add a new green roof to maintain the heat all year in the house and also creating a great view from the garden and the golf course. The house has 4 bedrooms a gaming room and a family room.
From the kitchen, living room and gaming room the house has great views to the Golf Course and the natural lighting allows the house to save energy most year.
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+ All images and drawings courtesy Sobrado + Ugalde ARCHITECTS
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