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The title minimal really suits this concept design that an unknown designer by the name of Roderick (from Malta) submitted to Tokyoflash.

The title minimal really suits this concept design that an unknown designer by the name of Roderick (from Malta) submitted to Tokyoflash.

Ulivi - Harmony Bookcase

Ulivi - Harmony Bookcase

DIY cinder block TV cabinet. Put wheels under basket as drawers for DVD's etc. No nails or hammers necessary. All this for under $60! Design by Maiko Nagao.

DIY cinder block TV cabinet. Put wheels under basket as drawers for DVD's etc. No nails or hammers necessary. All this for under $60! Design by Maiko Nagao.

3rd Pin: ORGINALLY A LARGE CEMENT FACTORY from the turn of the century, made up of over 30 silos, underground spaces & huge engine rooms.Years of neglect & vacancy had left the complex into stages of disrepair. In 1973, famed Spanish architect Richard Bofill bought the Barcelona Sp. site, seeing great potential in its assets.This private development saw the transformation of the complex from industrial into a mixed residential & office headquarters.Entire reuse project time: 2 years.

3rd Pin: ORGINALLY A LARGE CEMENT FACTORY from the turn of the century, made up of over 30 silos, underground spaces & huge engine rooms.Years of neglect & vacancy had left the complex into stages of disrepair. In 1973, famed Spanish architect Richard Bofill bought the Barcelona Sp. site, seeing great potential in its assets.This private development saw the transformation of the complex from industrial into a mixed residential & office headquarters.Entire reuse project time: 2 years.

Former Grain Silos, Bunbury (1937), now a landmark residential adaptive reuse development

Former Grain Silos, Bunbury (1937), now a landmark residential adaptive reuse development

Once, they held grain, missiles or even sewage. But these 14 silos were transformed into incredibly creative adaptive reuse projects, transcending their utilitarian identities to present us with modern high-rise apartment buildings, eco-friendly homes, unusual restaurants and irresistible bed-and-breakfasts.

Once, they held grain, missiles or even sewage. But these 14 silos were transformed into incredibly creative adaptive reuse projects, transcending their utilitarian identities to present us with modern high-rise apartment buildings, eco-friendly homes, unusual restaurants and irresistible bed-and-breakfasts.

Adaptive Reuse of Amsterdam Silos by NL Architects

Adaptive Reuse of Amsterdam Silos by NL Architects

adaptive reuse: soest netherlands: zecc architecten « HAUTE NATURE - water tower converted to 9-level residence

adaptive reuse: soest netherlands: zecc architecten « HAUTE NATURE - water tower converted to 9-level residence