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Ocean Park House by Campos Leckie Studio

Campos Leckie Studio have designed the Ocean Park house near Vancouver, Canada. Project description This project is conceived as a domestic landscape that blurs the boundary between interior and exterior space in a temperate coastal rainforest climate. It is essentially a ranch house typology with a guest house stacked upon it – for an physically active empty nest couple who enjoy the idea of welcoming family home for the holidays. The domestic program is spread across the entire site, and the vertical vertical circulation is deliberately understated. The programmatic organization allows the primary residents to live entirely on the ground floor. The japanese-inspired courtyard ‘moss garden’ operates as a multi-faceted architectural device – it provides circulation along the primary project axis from the main entry through to the backyard pool and workout pavilion; it provides a visual extension of the living room into the garden; and the sliding glass

Zhang Weber - Arte

Recojo una muestra de las obras de " Zhang Weber ", si te gustan y quieres ver más pásate por su espacio en Behance.

Exchange Transforms Your Notes or Drawings Into Digital Data

In a time where technology is becoming more and more prevalent in our lives, the intimacy of the handwritten message is fading away. Exchange combines these two different elements into a new form of meaningful communication. Users may share or store handwritten messages such as letters, drawings, or notes, to be stored digitally for later, shared in real time, or even broadcast online. By attaching Exchange to a notebook or paper, the corresponding stylus can scan notes or drawings as they are written where they are documented into digital “journals”. This allows artist to share their work in a new way, teachers to communicate with a student’s notes, friends to draw together while distances apart, and much more. Designer : Jeffrey Brown The product itself drew inspiration from certain physical features such as the tactile feeling and response of physical buttons and a flexible screen to feel similar to a carefully placed bookmark. With this combination of technology and th

Ok, That Was a Bit Unexpected (42 pics)