Hypercubus is a technically independent mobile hotel room for two people.
The church stretches across a falling terrain, with the main functions arranged over three levels.
Keeping it Mobile!
The relation between the water and house is central to the design.
The house turns its back to the city and responds to its location by creating an architecture that is internal and intimate.
A hill or a hanging garden floating over the vines?
VONDOM presents the ‘Rest’ outdoor furniture collection and the ‘Alma’ planters by A-cero.
The architects’ intention was to minimize the difference between inner and outside space, making it work all as one integration area.
A classic modernist language is suitably used for this Judiciary Building
The reconstruction and refurbishment of Alésia and Mistral cinema theatres.
The Martians have landed – a fun creative writing centre for young people.
The latest VONDOM collections.
The intervention preserves the historical heritage of the building and simultaneously adds new values which highlight and singularize the ancient church in a contemporary way.
The alternating rhythm of L-shaped wall and glass strip create multiple orthogonal edges that contour in harmony with the shape of the site to form the overall building.
‘The grain series’ tell us about its production at a time when the knowledge about how objects are made is losing.
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
A bathroom where mutually alternating fragmentary mirror surfaces and lighting fixtures form a jigsaw puzzle of an image and a reflection.
Paris based photographer Marc DA CUNHA LOPES depicts a series of paradoxical skeletons in a domestic background.
Accessories in the shape of paradoxical prosthetics evoke discomfort challenging our false certainty.