Contemporary building programs have been set up to include necessary commodities—from waterways and ventilation to electricity among other basics. To strip off extraneous elements is one way to reduce irrelevant factors and focus on the building itself, often along with its functions.
However, Capela do Monte by architect Álvaro Siza Vieira gives a new meaning to reduction, where the architecture is simply its own body without the interference of inner building systems.
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Created by Barcelona-based industrial designer Sebastian Alberdi, the Gala Sofa design started from a very specific briefing from a client who wanted a dining sofa—a piece of furniture that strikes a balance between a dining chair and a bench.
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Works in Paper
Sydney-based freelance designer and paper artist Bianca Chang has created a beautiful bespoke collection of 3-dimensional letterforms
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Kristina Krogh’s Sphere artwork is a thing of subtle and considered beauty. Utilising Hot Foil Printing, and the highest of quality materiality for her finished works, the resulting pieces are enviable space adornments.