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08.09.2014 

The anatomy of a building: Denys Lasdun and the Royal College of Physicians 

A unique exhibition opening on 8 September marks the centenary of the birth of one of Brit  ...read more

10.09.2014 

Designers in Residence 

This annual exhibition, which celebrates new and emerging design talent, will open 10 Sept  ...read more

20.09.2014 

Hay Festival Segovia 2014 

Ferran AdriĆ  will be talking about innovation at Hay Festival Segovia 2014. The revolution  ...read more

21.09.2014 

Focus/14 

Discover world-class talent and get connected at Focus/14, the ultimate interior design ev  ...read more

Elaborate wooden facade enshrouds private residence in Western Austria
This exquisite private residence near a lake in Western Austria is the work of Vienna-based Architekt Alexander Diem. The emerging design studio worked in collaboration with two artists - Nick Oberthaler and Plamen Dejanoff - to craft a sublime residential property that blends elements of art and architecture. The residents enter their home through a grand main door designed by Dejanoff which references the heavy doors of ageing country houses. Once inside, it becomes clear that each area of the residence has been designed as part of a hierarchy with the most attention given to the areas where residents will spend the most time. As such, the primary living spaces enjoy substantial ceiling heights of up to 5.6m and have been given priority over other areas in terms of space and layout. Conversely, the stairways are considered to be ‘subordinate areas’ and feature reduced cei

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