BUILDblog Senior Field Correspondent Josiah Johnson is taking the reins today with another roster of scorching architecture and design resources, enjoy.
Austrian firm Caramel is up to some work that pushes the envelope and develops new ideas that are very exciting to look through.
The clean, precise work of MMA Design impressed us.
We’re digging the sophisticated technology that Thomas Phifer and Partners are bringing to the residential game.
Anmahian Winton has a nice clean website to back up a portfolio of handsome, modern work.
It’s always good to check in with the hotness at Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects
We’re thoroughly envious that the sharp-shooters at Webster Wilson Architects got to design a Finnish Sauna – they did a sharp jb on it too.
The work of Casey Brown is gritty without being raw, refined without being precious. Basically we big fans.
For a dose of some German rationalism go check out the folks at Berschneider + Berschneider
The work of Mell Lawrence Architects really jumped out at us because of its tidy scale, its practicality and its clear vision.
For more brilliantly small work check out Pasel Kuenzel Architecture
Toronto architects Altius has got warm modernism entirely dialed in.
We’re constantly blown away by the diversity of work that Macanoo generates
The work of Jensen Architects is some good solid design work to sink your teeth into
The sparse, clean design of Suppose Design Office out of Japan resonates with us.
Stairway design has always separated the master architects from the kids playing as far as we’re concerned and the Galley House by Toronto’s Donald Chong Studio clearly indicates the work of a pro.
Murdock Young Architects out of NYC has a thick portfolio full of stunners.
In their own words “too many people live in badly design houses and we want to change that”. The folks at The Slow Home are fighting the good fight for design.
Go check out the website of Nenad Katic, he crafts ditial content and experiences, designs real world buildings and objects and thinks hard to make sure that the ideas behind these make sense in the first place. We like what he’s up to.
Nice bikes and an inspiring website interface over at Public Bikes.
Cheers and have a great weekend.
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