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World’s Tallest 3D Printed Building!

Shanghai based construction firm WinSun Decoration Design Engineering has reached new heights, by utilising cutting edge 3D printing technology they have created the world’s tallest 3D printed building. This five storey apartment building is made entirely with a 3D printer and is on display at the Suzhou Industrial Park. The Park also boasts a 1,100 […]

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Fort Regent Regeneration

Fort Regent in Jersey is an icon for the island. Sitting on top of Mont de la Ville, it overlooks the main town of St Helier and the bay of St Aubin. History. The Fort itself was built in 1806, during the Napoleonic Wars, to defend the island against invasion. Named in honour of the […]

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The Palms

Introducing our most recently finished project, The Palms. Situated in the parish of St Brelade with stunning views over St Ouen’s bay, from Corbiere lighthouse to L’Etacq this project is all about the vista! The original property started life as a double garage that was then converted into a one-bedroom property. Finally, it was extended […]

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A Crafty Revolution.

One of the most influential, profound and far-reaching design movements in modern times, the Arts and crafts movement began in Britain in the 1880s and quickly spread across America and Europe. The movement took it’s name from the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society founded in 1887, but encompassed a wide range of like-minded societies, workshops […]

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Precious Concrete

This week Vesta attended an inspiring lecture on architectural concrete. The lecture was held by Elaine Toogood from the Concrete Centre in England, who came over to highlight the fact that concrete can be beautiful, not just structural. It definitely worked. So much so that this week we thought we would share what is possible […]

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The answer is blowing in the wind.

Anthony Howe is a kinetic sculptor. He creates amazing pieces of moving art that enchant and manipulate ones’ perspective. His goal is to achieve elegance of movement from a very industrial material: Steel. Anthony started out as a painter in New York, and was working as a superintendent for a warehouse, which caused him to […]

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Hacking Halloween.

Last year we posted a blog about the amazing jack ’o lanterns by Ray Villafane, who has scary skills when it comes to carving. This year we wanted to have a go ourselves. So when Bootstrap Ltd invited us to a ‘Hacking Halloween’ Party at their Fab Lab, it seems our dreams had come true. […]

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Installing Art.

This week we are focusing on one artist, Najla Zein Design Studio.  Najla is from Paris and studied Product Design at University there, before finally completing a Masters Degree in Interior Architecture at Ecole Camondo. She lived in Rotterdam before moving to Beirut to open her Design Studio and Instruct at the American University of […]

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Invisible Heights.

The race for the tallest skyscraper will be forever ongoing. To be the architect to design an iconic tower is an opportunity of a lifetime. American firm GDS Architects has decided to create an iconic tower that will be known not for it’s height, but for the fact that it can become invisible! The South […]

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Stairways to the Heart.

We earlier submitted a blog about Stairways to Heaven, with a focus on the sculptural objects that they can become. This week we are presenting more staircases that will wind their way into your hearts. Let us know favourite stairs. Melk Abbey, Austria by Jakob Prandtauer. Built as a Benedictine Abbey in 1736, Melk Abbey […]

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