Design and Trends

Are Millennials transforming mom’s kitchen?

  Millennials have entered mom’s kitchen to transform it and turn it into their new operations center. Stoves, wooden doors, closed spaces, and exposed utensils are a thing of the past now that the new kitchen owners took charge. The

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Domotics: the new kitchen assistant?

  Meet your new kitchen assistant: its name isn’t Maria, it’s Domotics and it aims at relieving you from many chores. Domotics is the series of systems oriented at automating a home, providing solutions for communications, safety, energy

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Walking on the hands of a giant

  For those who have always dreamed of meeting giants, being able to be on their hands is already a reality. The Ba Ha Nill Mountain Resorts Da Nang in Vietnam built a curved bridge called the Golden Bridge, designed by the studio TA

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Concrete at the top when it comes to kitchen fashion

  Concrete is taking kitchens by storm. The designers that are currently betting on introducing rustic or industrial elements to kitchens with impact have found in concrete the ideal ally to end the hegemony of granite, marble, and quartz for

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Do you dare to fill your kitchen with color?

  It was about time that the color in your kitchen went from your dishes to other places. And no, we are not talking about a food fight, but about something more durable yet just as fun: daring to allow the color palette to take over the

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5 Details to include if you want a trendy kitchen

  Let’s be clear about something: everyone wants a trendy kitchen. That is a fact. It’s no coincidence that architects and designers follow the trends of the market in terms of the use of materials, colors, textures, and even appliances,

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The charm of Googie architecture

  Googie architecture is a style that had center stage for many years. Sharp-edge ceilings, geometric shapes, glass, and the use of neon gave character to the structures of American cafes and restaurants in the 50’s and 60’s, a time when it

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Arbortecture: building with nature

  Arbortecture is an interesting take on green architecture. The word comes from the combination of “arboreal” and “architecture,” which basically means that instead of building and creating our own homes, we simply make them grow. Some

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The architecture of mental health

  Yes, spaces and their distribution have an influence on our mental health. For that reason, there is a concern about how cities and public or private edifications are designed. Considering this, there are many architecture studios that

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Petit House: the sustainable way to live anywhere you want

  Petit Place is more than a small modular home of sustainable construction. The home designed by RoosRos Architects is the solution to live anywhere you want. This home complies with the requirements of the principles of collaborative

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