Kengo Kuma’s Modernized Tea House in Beijing

A leading Japanese architect Kengo Kuma renovated a typical tea house in Beijing  in a contemporary  fashion, but keeping its historical charateritics and a strong relation to Asian heritage.  Kengo Kuma and Asssociates have created a translucent plastic blocks in the form of bricks to make new walls for a Beijing Tea house overlooking the Forbidden ...

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Narbonne, France, gets Roman History Museum designed by Foster + Partners

The British architectural studio Foster+Partners is collaborating with a French museum specialist Studio Adrien Gardere on a construction of the Musee de la Romana Narbonne- a museum and an archeology centre that will house Roman artefacts in Narbonne in the Southern France. Besides the ancient relics uncovered by archeological ...

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Daniel Liebeskind’s Design For The Second Tallest High-Rise in Jerusalem

Daniel Liebeskind, a famous Poland architect with offices in New York, Milan and Zurich will soon add another striking high-rise to his already impressive portfolio. His newest achievement with impressive pyramide shape will rise in the downtown of Jerusalem and with the height of 105 metres will make the second tallest building in ...

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Lusive Building

Light Source

From the Pacific, travel Interstate 10 east — the old Route 66 — until you've almost reached the dim sum palaces of San Gabriel. Get off the freeway just before, wind your way past taco stands and warehouses into East L.A., and you'll soon arrive at Lusive — 85,000 square feet of inspiration & imagination, design & development, labor & light.