Reinventing the ancient Mediterranean patio house.
New structure for new uses: a pedestrian bridge to stroll along the water.
The Library’s ‘hovering’ above the ground facade is made from ‘earth-like’ bulk-dyed architectonic concrete.
The extension consists of two tapered dynamic volumes that project into the garden.
An architectural artefact representing the city itself.
A coffee library in which visitors can learn more about drinks.
An exploration into ways of finishing wooden surfaces.
An impressive yet understated centre piece for the event.
A renovation based on the concept of ‘connection’ and the ‘labyrinth’.
The roof volume and the three venues refer to the Earth and sky which are fundamental elements in the Chinese philosophy.
A project developed for the tenth show of Les Petits Riens/Spullenhulp. It will be auctioned in Brussels in November 2012 to raise funds to help poor people
KKA’s proposal treats the plot as part of a new link between the city core and the waterfront. A sustainable street that shows smart solutions to revitalize the currently inaccessible area.
The building appears to have swallowed the red box symbolizing the contemplation space inside the spacious jaw of the whale that swallowed Jonah.
A water canal was introduced through the central area in the house along with a lock lift allowing the boat to sail in.
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The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
Flaps and folds orchestrate games with light as it penetrates the building.
The architecture is based on crystal patterning found in nature at all scales.