All Projects

NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM

Architectural Resources Group

29 Nov 2011

The National Maritime Museum Building is the most fully developed example of Streamline Moderne nautical style in San Francisco. Designed by local architect William A. Mooser III and constructed during the Great Depression by the Works Progress Administration, the building was originally intended to serve as a bath house at the centre of the city's Aquatic Park, one of the largest-scale WPA

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THE NEST

Duckbuild

25 Nov 2011

Duckbuild is a Melbourne-based architectural and construction management practice that places an emphasis on creative expression with ecological sensitivities. Established in 2009 by former-ARM architect Simon Cookes, Duckbuild's success has meant that the firm has quickly outgrown its original home office, The Nest. Located in the inner-suburb of Cremorne, The Nest was originally built to

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OLIVER BONAS NEW CONCEPT STORE

officeTwelve

25 Nov 2011

officeTwelve and Oliver Bonas have been working in partnership to create a new look to its retail offering. Cabots Circus represents the first of a new store roll out taking the brand away from its London roots and into key cities nationwide. The challenge for officeTwelve was to retain the smaller boutique feel, which represents the charm of Oliver Bonas and is typical of his current stores,

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HIDDEN COTTAGE

Hosun Design Consultancy (China)

25 Nov 2011

A peaceful and quiet setting, away from the hustling city life. Hidden Cottage named after the poem which says; "The most capable people stay in worldly life while those seeking a peaceful mind stay in a hidden cottage which is remote and quiet", is a naturally serene oriental restaurant. The design focuses on making the space a calm and undisturbed haven with a mix of water-brushed stone walls

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FAVOURITE PAVILION

Hosun Design Consultancy (China)

25 Nov 2011

In the Book of Mencius, Gaozi first pointed out that food and sex are the two basic necessities for mankind and longing for the two is the nature of mankind. This famous saying vividly illustrates that the Chinese ancient people had been pursuing favourite food and beautiful appearance. Cao Xueqin, a famous novel writer in Qing Dynasty, wrote an article in his study for his good friend

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