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Kitchen Organization: Different Materials for Your Worktop

Kitchens as we know them today have functionality as their main feature and for that their space was historically organized from an industrial logic. The development of home appliances and the precise definition of the layout guarantee a functional floor plan and the optimization of work in the kitchen. As part of this layout we find the worktops, horizontal half-height surfaces that have multiple uses and, therefore, many possible configurations.

Casa del Berro / Jimenez Linares - 3. Image © David ZarzosoCasa Canal Amsterdam / i29 . Image © Ewout HuibersCasa Trancoso / Estúdio OR+K + TODOS Arquitetura - 24. Image © André KlotzCafeteria Cenchi / SpaceStation - 13. Image © Weiqi Jin+ 17

Beach Slice House / Steffen Welsch Architects

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Mt Eliza House / Bent Architecture

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Mount Eliza, Australia

McCrae Bush House / Chan Architecture

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McCrae, Australia
  • Architects: Chan Architecture
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  246
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021

Dining Rooms: Their Importance and Possibilities in Plans

The word commensality refers to the act of eating together, sharing a meal. Much more than a mere function of essential human need, sitting at the table is a practice of communion and exchange. An article by Cody C. Delistraty compiles some studies on the importance of eating together: students who don't eat regularly with their parents miss school more; children who do not have daily dinner with their family tend to be more obese and young people in families without this tradition can have more problems with drugs and alcohol, in addition to poorer academic performance. Evidently, all these issues raised are complex and should not be reduced to just one factor. But having a suitable place to have meals, free from distractions, is a good starting point for at least one moment a day that is focused on conversation and food. This is where dinner tables come in. In this article, we review some projects to classify the most common ways to deploy these important pieces of furniture.

Brunswick Bush Shack / Sarah Kahn Architect

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Gantry House / OOF! architecture

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Melbourne, Australia

Peek House / Kuzman Architecture

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Little Maggie Residence / ROAM Architects

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Melbourne, Australia
  • Architects: ROAM Architects
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  138
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Boral, Porters Paints, Living Fire

Brunswick Green House / DOOD Studio

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Brunswick West, Australia
  • Architects: DOOD Studio
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  270
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020

Deco House / Mihaly Slocombe

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Color Beyond Aesthetics: The Psychology of Green in Interior Spaces

How many changes have you done to your interior space during this past year? Whether it was a change of furniture layout, repainting the walls, adding more light fixtures or perhaps even removing them, after spending so much time in one place, the space you were once used to didn’t make sense anymore. We could blame the overall situation for how we’ve been feeling lately, but as a matter of fact, the interior environment plays a huge role in how we feel or behave as well. However, if you were wondering why some neighbors seem much more undisturbed and serene even in the midst of a pandemic, it could be because the interior is greener on the other side.

Green 26 / Anonym. Image © Chaovarith PoonpholCultural Activity of Beijing Guang'anmennei Community / MAT Office. Image © Kangshuo TangOttoman | Footstool Outdoor Complete Item by Ligne Roset on Architonic. Image Courtesy of Ligne RosetArtwork | Deco_01 by FLORIM on Architonic. Image Courtesy of FLORIM+ 26

Werribee Mausoleum Extension / BENT Architecture

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Clad Pad House Renovation / Mihaly Slocombe

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Wayss Youth Transition Hub / BENT Architecture

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South Yarra Void House / Andrew Child Architect

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Melbourne, Australia

A House for All Seasons / Poly Studio

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Melbourne, Australia