The Press Hotel by Stonehill & Taylor

New York (May 2015) – The resurgent cultural scene in Portland, Maine, gives way to a stylish new hotel in the city’s Old Port district. The Press Hotel, housed in the renowned Portland Press Herald building, is slated to open as a 110-room hotel with a contemporary vision conceived by the New York-based design firm Stonehill & Taylor.

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Satoduto by coil kazuteru matumura architects

Nose-cho is a town surrounded by a wealth of nature, located at the north end of Osaka prefecture, 1 hour drive and 1 and a half hour commute by public transportation from Osaka city. The store was a renovation work of an old building, with a facade painted pink, was planned to be a new landmark in Nose, using the keywords of “revitalizing Nose”, ”Output from Nose”, “Enhanced community”.

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South Melbourne House by MITSUORI ARCHITECTS

This refurbishment of an existing double storey terrace house in South Melbourne opens up the entire ground floor and encloses an existing courtyard to create a communal multizoned family space that incorporates a lounge, quiet sitting room, and dining/kitchen areas. The family’s values of living and working together in shared spaces underpin this architectural design solution.

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Loft style apartment by Nurit Leshem

The owners of the apartment are a couple who moved to Tel Aviv from a single-family house. The apartment covers an area of approximately 200 sqm and is located in one of the upper floors of a building with a beautiful open view. The apartment was designed in “loft” style with large open spaces, fully utilizing the height of the ceiling. The minimalistic background was created in order to contain the owner’s art objects and collections.

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Cosmo The Museum of Modern Art winner

COSMO, the winning project of The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1’s 2015 Young Architects Program, opens on June 23 in the MoMA PS1 courtyard. This year’s unique construction will be a moveable, colorful artifact, made out of striking, customized irrigation components, to make visible the sculptural nature of the hidden urban networks of pipes we live by.

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