This Week, Homes For The Super Rich And Renzo’s Luxury Miami Tower Hit The Headlines

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This week on Dezeen: architect Magnus Ström launched a bespoke-housing support for multi-millionaires this week, even though Renzo Piano unveiled ideas for a luxurious apartment tower in Miami (pictured).

Superhouse_Strom-Architects_dezeen_sqThe super rich can commission a bespoke residence the same way they get a luxury yacht employing the Superhouse brand

Ström’s Superhouse brand will let consumers to have their say in each layout choice manufactured when producing a house. It is common for luxury-yacht producers to provide a equivalent service.

Eighty Seven Park by Renzo PianoRenzo Piano unveiled ideas for Eighty 7 Park – a condominium in Miami Seashore

Renzo Piano became the latest large-profile architect to design a creating for Miami. His glass-sheathed tower will feature oblong floors and wrap-close to balconies to supply residents sea views.

The Interlace by Ole ScheerenThe Interlace by Ole Scheeren won Planet Creating of the Yr 2015

Dezeen was in Singapore for the Planet Architecture Festival and Inside Festival 2015 this week, in which Ole Scheeren’s The Interlace was named as the Globe Building of the 12 months and BIG’s twisted Vancouver tower was recognised as the Future Undertaking of the Year.

Minority-Report_movie_2002_Alex-McDowell_dezeen_sqMinority Report made today’s technological innovation feasible, says manufacturing designer Alex McDowell

Whilst in Singapore, Alex McDowell – the manufacturing designer behind sci-fi film Minority Report – told Dezeen how the hit movie “influenced the future” of engineering. We also reported on the revolutionary likely of bamboo as an architectural material after speaking with a professor who is functioning on new applications for the grass.

Hotel Hotel Ground Floor Interior, Canberra, Australia, by March StudioMarch Studio’s Hotel Hotel was awarded World Interior of the Year 2015

Also, Australian workplace March Studio was awarded the World Interior of the 12 months prize for its layout of a sculptural timber lobby at a Canberra hotel.

Aishti Foundation building by David AdjayeAishti Basis developing by David Adjaye is nearing completion in Beirut

In other information this week, we published photos showing David Adjaye’s practically comprehensive gallery and buying centre in Beirut. We also reported Peter Cook’s assault on the “uninteresting” King’s Cross redevelopment in London.

Adidas laceless football bootsLaceless football boots by Adidas will launch up coming year

Adidas released the very first image of its lace-cost-free football boots, which are due to launch in 2016, and Icehotel announced ideas to develop a everlasting hotel alongside its seasonal lodgings.

Chicago Architecture Biennial debate“Academics want to break out of their loop and get back into the actual world” says Reinier de Graaf

OMA’s Reinier de Graaf slammed architecture academia in his most recent View column for Dezeen, describing it as being dominated by old boys who consider their view is the only one that matters.

The Satyr by Bastiaan BuijsBastiaan Buijs’ Satyr sex toy for guys can be mounted like a vaulting horse

Well-liked tasks this week on Dezeen integrated a intercourse toy-cum-furniture piece, MIT-created garments manufactured employing bacteria that react to human sweat and a Japanese residence featuring an elevated yoga room.

Little House Big Terrace by Takuro YamamotoLittle Home Large Terrace by Takuro Yamamoto has an elevated yoga area

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