1. Schaufelchlucht Bridge by Marte.Marte Architects

    This arching concrete bridge is the second of three structures designed by Austrian studio Marte.Marte Architects for a winding mountain road between two Alpine towns.

    (via: http://www.dezeen.com)

  2. LCR Architectes Clads French Middle School With Tarnished Copper Panels

    French studio LCR Architectes used gently patinated copper to give the exterior surfaces of this school near Toulouse a weathered, metallic appearance.

    (via: http://www.dezeen.com)

  3. Moleskine Livescribe Notebooks

    Stationery brand Moleskine has created a series of notebooks for use with a Livescribe smartpen to turn notes written on the pages into digital files.

    (via: http://www.dezeen.com)

  4. Honeycomb Perforations Speckle Facade of Campus Netzwerk Office by Format Elf Architeckten

    Format Elf Architekten added a pattern of hexagonal holes to the long aluminium facade of this office building in Germany to control the amount of daylight entering the interior.

    (via: http://www.dezeen.com)

  5. Studio Tilt creates flexible interior for Proud Archivist Cafe & Events Space

    London-based Studio Tilt used 17th and 18th-century coffee houses as a reference for the design of this canal-side cafe and cultural venue.

    (via:  http://www.dezeen.com)

  6. Alessandro Isola’s ‘Stumble Upon’ Rug/Table

     The Stumble Upon is, to all intents and purposes, a rug covered in luxurious, deep-pile faux fur. What makes it different, however, is the conspicuous curled corner that invades the space and doubles as a small coffee table or useful surface.

    (via: http://www.highsnobiety.com)


  7. HBO Announces Premiere Date For Banksy Doco ‘Banksy Does NY’

     Banksy Does New York premieres on HBO on November 17.


  9. Most Expensive Apartment in the World About to go on Sale

    This utterly implausible penthouse apartment sits atop the Odeón Tower in the millionaire’s playground of Monaco (where else?), and is predicted to hit the market at just under $400 million (around £240 million) when it’s completed later this year. Sprawled across five floors, this 35,500-square-foot playboy’s palace features panoramic views over the bay on all levels, not to mention several outdoor terraces and its own sky pool, complete with water slide.

    (via: http://www.highsnobiety.com/)

  10. The Villa Nefkens by Mecanoo Architects

    Mecanoo Architects designed the Villa Nefkens in Wageningen, The Netherlands.

    (via: http://www.contemporist.com)

  11. jeffkoegel:

    Jeff Koegel, the beast

    (via wowgreat)

  12. nonconcept:

    A “Home inside of a Home” in Vilnius, Lithuania by Natkevicius & Partners. (Photography: R.Urbakavičius)

    (Source: archdaily.com, via architecturehall)

  15. (Source: superarchitects)