Serge Schoemaker Architects converted a small medical practice in Ede, the Netherlands. The design requirements were met in a spatially efficient way by introducing a storey high, almost seven metres long furniture wall unit. The new interior offers space, light and privacy.
The monolithic wall unit is custom made from birch plywood and encompasses seating facilities, archive storage space, drawers for medical equipment and a kitchenette. It has three large openings which slant towards the outside facade and give the interior its sculptural character.
The two largest openings are situated in front of the existing windows, allowing light to pour in from behind the new seating at different angles.
Taking home Thailand’s mysterious temples and crystalline shores was not inconceivable to a Beverly Hills resident. “The client had been traveling in Thailand some years ago and picked up some rare artifacts,” said Troy Adams of Troy Adams Design. “Basically I wanted to come up with a theme that incorporated the art.” Approaching Adams at a showroom, the client originally wanted a new kitchen design. “I ended up gutting the entire house and redoing it architecturally,” said Adams. Each of the individual rooms was compartmentalized and separated from the other. “The concept was to reengineer the entire floor so that there were no barriers between the spaces and it all flowed together,” added Adams. Flowing from a statue at the core of the house, the kitchen references Asia immediately with a large wall covering. “We commissioned an artist to make a huge piece of art made of silver leaf panels,” said Adams. “The bamboo was paint Read more…
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In an announcement songwriter Martin Gore said: Writing this album was incredibly daunting as I wanted the sound of this collection to be very modern, I want people to feel good about listening to this record, to get some kind of peace. Its just got something magical about it. The single was officially released today while Delta Machine is out March 26 on Columbia Records.