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The Glades North Hill by Sunland (Living Room)
Image by SunlandGroup
The Glades North Hill Australian golf course residences in Robina QLD on the Gold Coast Coast by Sunland Group. Premier collection contemporary townhomes and duplexes on the eighth fairway of the magnificent Greg Norman designed 18-hole golf course. Photography by Peter Sexty. View more at The Glades Residences | North Hill
Wall of Shelves
Image by Jeremy Levine Design
Built in shelving wall plays on the idea of cellular automata network, which transforms itself according to specific rules within a grid. At times the box shelves become windows, framing a select view.
Project Name: Laurelwood Avenue
Location: Studio City, California
Project Description: Addition over a garage. Conversion into guest house/office
Size: 350 sq.ft.
Jeremy Levine Design
A second story addition of 305 sq. ft. over an existing two-car garage.
The project consists of three components: a writer’s office, a painter’s studio, and a kid’s playhouse – all linked together by a switchback staircase. The second story office façade angles to capture the view of the San Fernando Valley. The façade’s gesture is echoed by the angled interior wall that slices through the office, separating the work area from the bathroom and storage.
Tokyo – Nakagin Capsule Hotel on Shimbashi
Image by meenaghd
The Nakagin Capsule Tower (中銀カプセルタワー, Nakagin Kapuseru Tawā?) is a mixed-use residential and office tower designed by architect Kisho Kurokawa and located in Shimbashi, Tokyo, Japan.
Completed in 1972, the building is a rare built example of Japanese Metabolism, a movement that became emblematic of Japan’s postwar cultural resurgence. The building was the world’s first example of capsule architecture built for actual use. The building is still in use as of 2010, but has fallen into disrepair.
Design, construction and usage
The building is actually composed of two interconnected concrete towers, respectively eleven and thirteen floors, which house 140 prefabricated modules (or "capsules") which are each self-contained units. Each capsule measures 2.3 m (8 ft) × 3.8 m (12 ft) × 2.1 m (7 ft) and functions as a small living or office space. Capsules can be connected and combined to create larger spaces. Each capsule is connected to one of the two main shafts only by four high-tension bolts and is designed to be replaceable. No units have been replaced since the original construction.
The original target demographic were bachelor salarymen. The compact apartments included a wall of appliances and cabinets built in to one side, including a kitchen stove, a refrigerator, a television set, and a reel-to-reel tape deck. A bathroom unit, about the size of an aircraft lavatory, is set into an opposite corner. A large circular window over a bed dominates the far end of the room.