Sunday, April 18, 2010

Minimalist Design House with Black Parallel concrete walls

Wilson House, is a Minimalist Design House with Black Parallel concrete walls, designed by Denton Corker Marshall. Yarra Valley is located in north-east Melbourne.Two thin rectangular sheet - roof and floor - lying on a sloping hill above the vineyards that stretch on the main road. Land of black metal plates supported by a series of parallel concrete walls perpendicular black pigmented. One end is based on a hill, the other cantilevers 11 feet beyond the retaining wall. plaque hangs above the roof, separated by full height windows to the front and end, and returned with two screws that attach to the length of the green between the plates. Each dish is 50 meters long and 11m wide. their uniqueness and clarity of the collar is strengthened by -2 m depth on the front and rear and 5 feet on the overhang projection - exterior wall. Cover plates supported by steel columns inside.


The new storefront

Standard, multidisciplinary Los Angeles-based architecture and design practice, has completed the task of retail, shop online store ships for couture clothes spinning (rotating).

The new storefront, the first ever retail space ranges's brick-and-mortar, is understood as a high fashion gallery that also functions as a flexible space and a purpose for art, fashion and creative activities.

"For retail rotates's debut, our design needed to meet the needs of our clients from both functional and symbolic perspective," said Silvia Kuhle, Standards Partners. "As a young company made a significant leap into the next phase of its development, turning requires a comfortable space will feature changing the brand of their choice while also incorporate couture retailers rose from cyberspace into the real world of fashion destination."


All photos by Benny Chan