The third episode of Al Jazeera’s “Rebel Architecture” series takes us on a journey through the settlements and roads of the West Bank with London-based, Israeli architect, academic and writer, Eyal Weizman. In the 25-minute episode, Weizman shows the key role of architecture in the Israeli occupation of Palestine, and talks about his latest project, Forensic Architecture, which uses damage to buildings as evidence for war crimes.
When it comes to adding glamour and spirited flair to living spaces, few furniture pieces can compare to the sectional sofa. Contemporary, comfortable, and casual, sectionals can brighten up interiors, add a touch of elegance, and adapt easily to both large and small spaces. This is the same versatility espoused by the Cordoba Sofa. It has all the attributes of modern design. Shrouded in an aura of minimalism, it epitomizes European structural design elements and American contemporary craftsmanship.
There are so many modern chairs out there that bring an element of beauty to a room. Beyond the standard chair, the hanging chair still serves a basic use, but somehow manages to delight viewers by being suspended. These hanging chairs can bring a boring room up to date and make guests ask where you found such a fun chair. The right hanging chair can easily make a statement in a library or hangout room. Many hanging chairs are made out of materials that allow them to withstand different elements outside as well. Picture one of the 6 hanging chairs below sitting idly in the corner of one of your rooms!
Gone are the days when bathrooms were muted, shabby spaces that added nothing to the overall ambiance of a home. Contemporary bathrooms are oases of elegance, luxury, and consummate intimacy. From sparkling lighting fixtures to carefully chosen color palettes, bathrooms have evolved in more ways than one. They have become an intricate part of our daily routine. Vegas by Giemmegi Cucine epitomizes high-end luxury and flaunts a modishness that offers solutions to contemporary bathroom aspirations. Its unique, modular design integrates volumes, textures, and densities to create an environment that is more than just a bathroom.
Chinese company WinSun Decoration Design Engineering has constructed a set of ten single story, 3D-printed homes which it produced in under 24 hours. The homes, printed in prefabricated panels which fit together on site, were created using WinSun’s custom-built 3D printer which measures 10 meters by 6.6 meters, and took the company twelve years to develop.