Happy Monday! (Is there is such a thing?). Either way- here is to start your week with projects from Barbara Strueder who lives in Uruguay. An architect and interior designer, Barbara’s style is modern, minimalistic, vintage and shabby chic.
I love the Asian accents.
Her clients are spread over Europe and South America and she has also been featured on German TV. Barbara’s website is not up yet, but you can view more of her work on her flickr page.
She is available for consultations through her email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arizona natives Luis Ibarra and Teresa Rosano founded Ibarra Rosano Design Architects in 1999. They have been published nationally and internationally and are recipients of several awards. The basic premise of their work is space. And you will see it in each of their projects. Another unique and interesting element in their work is capturing the nature around the project and framing it as part of the design. Interesting detail in their work is how they incorporating natural light to give the feeling of space and openness.
Another unique detail is using nature as art, see images 2, 3 and 4.
the skylight panel is such an awesome feature
images courtesy of Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
Aren’t these just brilliant?
Morphogenesis: the process of development of form, structure and organization in nature.
New Delhi and Pune, India based architecture firm Morphogenesis is trying to expand the boundaries of design and building. I recently came across some of their work and was really impressed with the clean, modern sustainable design.
Residential projects in New Delhi.
Image courtesy: Morphogenesis
This is one of my fav places in New Delhi – Punjabi by Nature. I was not surprised to find Morphogenesis designed the place. I look forward to seeing their upcoming work on Vaishodevi and Amarnath projects.