Tag: art

Video Games: A Virtual World Of Design And Architecture

Houses, mansions, apartments, lofts or penthouses, you name it. Properties are quite the hype not only in the real world but also in the virtual world. Many games out there have the prospect of interesting architectural and interior design details we often overlook.

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A Decaying Victorian House Fashioned From Lego Blocks

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Design In A Nutshell- Six Animated Movies

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A series of six animated short films narrated by actor Ewan Mc Gregor is an indulging visual experience. Design in a Nutshell series is a production of The Open University, a distance learning institution from the UK. The series features videos transporting you from Gothic Revival through Arts and Crafts, Bauhaus, American Industrial Design, Modernism and Post Modernism movements.  A superb introduction to thinking of architecture. If you hail from a design background this will surely be a treat, one you’d want to share.

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Stimulating Google Office Design In London

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A 160,000 sq.ft. office  located in the Renzo Piano designed- Central St. Giles Building in Covent Garden, London is no ordinary office. The second Google office from Penson Interior Design following the office they designed for London’s Google engineers. This office includes a gym, dance studio, massage parlour, a secret garden, restaurants and loads of other recreational facilities and to top it off a panoramic view of the London skyline. It does not fall short of a Five-star resort.

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