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GRAFT Architects newest completed project, called Aria Pool Deck, Restaurant & Bar at the City Center was developed in Las Vegas, Nevada, and as you might already know about Graft, this is another piece of art that will make your jaw drop in amazement.
Aria Pool Deck, Restaurant & Bar by GRAFT
The City Center is a 18 million square feet, with mixed functions, developed by MGM Mirage and features buildings by several world renowned architects. The unique seventy-six acre urban resort is located in the heart of the famed Las Vegas Strip and is a collection of luxury hotels, condominiums, casinos, shopping facilities, and entertainment venues. To date, it is the largest privately financed development in the history of the United States and is also the largest LEED Certified project in whole the world.
Here are a few images to get a clearer image about the project.
We use them, we probably get by them without paying any attention , but the truth is they’re useful, and sometimes hard to ignore, not just because they get in the way sometimes, but they change the ambiance in a pleasant way, bringing color and life in certain rooms.
Could bar tables become an interesting element of an interior design?Actually, yes! Often this furniture isn’t very useful but always look stylish and add trendy touch to a room. That’s why bar tables should be beautiful and catchy. Glass bar tables by H.studio are such ones and are created to decorate and enrich any space. Four amazing models charm by their colorful designs.
Architects: PK Arkitektar ehf
Location: Reykjavík, Iceland
Client: Reykjavík City / Ármann
Design team: Pálmar kristmundsson and Andrew Burgess
Consultants: Conis Engineers / VGK Engineers / RTLS Engineers / Línuhönnun Engineers
Constructed area: 7,725 sqm
Project year: 2007
Photographs: Rafael Pinho
In 2007, the Ármann sports club was relocated to merge with the Þróttur sports club, situated in a Laugardalur (Hot Spring Valley), once the place to wash clothes now a centre for sports and recreation in Reykjavík. The two clubs have differents vocations: Þróttur is a football club, and Ármann is a gymnastics club. PK Arkitektar also designed the Þróttur house in 1998. The Ármann house was added on the east end of the Þróttur club.
By Nico Saieh
Architect: Spanjers Architect
Location: Westkapelle, The Netherlands
Client: Fletcher Hotel Group
Footprint: 370 sqm
Project year: 2009
Photographs: Spanjers Architect
On the beach of Westkapelle, a small coastal town in the Netherlands, recently a new beachclub called ‘Zuiderduin’ has opened its doors for the public.
A building with a maximum outdoor floor surface where people can enjoy a snack, a drink and a beautiful view on the beach and the North Sea, when they go to the coast during the warm and sunny days. This is the starting point on which the concept of the design has been based.