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A diving board captured by Romain Laprade

04/04/2019 architecture & interior visual culture

The Swimming Pool That Dreams Are Made Of

As part of a photography project titled “Domestic Pools,” young French photographer Romain Laprade shot a pool dripping in seduction. Designed by architect Alain Capeillères for his summer home the white oasis is truly a masterpiece.
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Bringing More To The Kitchen Table With Mina Holland. Images from The Modern House

22/02/2019 architecture & interior food & beverages

Kitchens Are For More Than Feeding The Appetite

Mina Holland, Deputy Editor of Guardian Feast, beautifully articulates the role of our kitchens and how they are now symbolic spaces in the preface of Kitchen Living. From childhood culinary memories to designing her own interior, Mina tells how food and writing became the tools of the trade.
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Find Architectural Uniqueness With Helin Bereket

18/01/2019 architecture & interior travel visual culture

Escape Into Africa And The Middle East Through The Lens Of Helin Bereket

Berlin-based photographer Helin Bereket has traveled to Oman, Namibia, Lebanon, and Nevada in search of something bold and different to document. Looking beyond the grey concrete of the German capital is inspiring her travels in search of architectural uniqueness.
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Building in Bolivian city El Alto. Front designed by artist Freddy Mamani. (Photo: Nio Tatewaki)

07/12/2018 architecture & interior visual culture

Freddy Mamani And His Kaleidoscopic City In The Clouds

In the nicest possible way, Freddy Mamani makes buildings that look like Vegas slot machines. His jazzy designs are changing the face of his home city, La Paz and at the same time causing a bit of a stir in the architectural world.
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Brutalist Romance In The Mediterranean With Photographer Salva López

04/12/2018 architecture & interior visual culture

Brutalist Romance In The Mediterranean

Brutalist architecture for decades was the symbol of the underclass and soulless town planning. But a new generation looks at the style of architecture with optimism, including Spanish photographer Salva López, who has worked on our new Ricardo Bofill book. We find out more about his aesthetic and approach to photography.
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The Neon Nightcrawler

21/11/2018 architecture & interior visual culture

The Neon Nightcrawler

It's only one year until we've reached the date the original Blade Runner was set. Although we know 2019 won't quite be the same as the film portrayed, photographer Tom Blachford has decided to show us what might have been.
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