Sierra Space by Logan Johnson Architecture | Dezeen
A plant-filled stack of timber beams forms the reception desk of an environmental association’s headquarters in San Francisco. Texan studio Logan Johnson Architecture designed the lobby for American company The Sierra Club. Native Californian plants grow in hollowed-out grooves in the reclaimed fir desk, while ribbons of light glow through the cracks between each beam.
Gallery of 'Building: Inside Studio Gang Architects' Exhibition - 3
Image 3 of 12 from gallery of 'Building: Inside Studio Gang Architects' Exhibition. Photo by Steve Hall © Hedrich Blessing, courtesy of Studio Gang Architects
Fashion store in Antwerp, HOSPITAL. The building used to contain the stables of the old, prestigious hippodrome complex in Antwerp and for that very reason, it has real charm. The open space was divided into various levels, expanding the retail area to 12…
Jack Daniel's Barrels as Decor – Fixtures Close Up
Display and Design Ideas Portfolio Awards 2012 celebrate among others this concept for the Jack Daniel's Barrels as Decor Experience in Lynchburg, Tennessee
Tension-fabric selection can be a sheer nightmare if you don't know a darn thing about materials. Here's the least you should know about tension-fabric options.