ANTMBL is a concept vehicle for 2040, an automated car with no need for a driver, powered by electricity and solar energy.
John Doe, the design studio created by Grégory Lacoua and Jean Sébastien Lagrange has hallmarked the new decor of the Chapel of the Carmelites of the Assumption in Paris
Clockwork snow, is a mysterious white mechanical device, an unexpected intermingling of elements that resembles oversized parts of an old wrist watch transcended to a revamped version of Marcel Duchamp’s Bride in a shop window!
‘Shinjuku Gardens’ proposes to replace an existing open car parking lot with a 2-storey car park; rendering the site with a sheltered ‘green-wall-gallery’.
TWIKE is a pedal car with electric assistance. It offers an environmentally friendly and sportive alternative to traditional modes of transport.
The composition language used for the design of the new volume was generated from the geometry games of the neighbouring roof slopes in relation to the competition site.
Slow Car by Studio Makkink & Bey is exhibited at the LA VILLE MOBILE exhibition curated by CONSTANCE RUBINI at the 2010 Saint Etienne International Design Biennial.
Chris Bosse of Laboratory for Visionary Architecture [LAVA] has created a window installation for the famous Italian department store la Rinascente for its Contemporary Christmas Art windows.
The brand name refers to the three keywords that describe THREE’s fundamental values:
‘Natural, honest and creative’. Nendo’s motif for integrating these three core values into the packaging was the image of blocks carved from natural stone.
The primary aim of this study is the dialogue between Architecture and Environment, in order to achieve a high quality of living from the synthesis of artificial and natural elements.
Like an immense suit of protective armour, the extension to Bovernier School forms a natural shield against avalanches.
For L’Artisan Electronique Unfold dived into the open-source DIY 3D-printers. They assembled a printer and adapted it so that it can print clay.
The vehicle moves without engine noise, carrying the rider through the wind as if in a glider, and at the same time invoking the sensation of playing a musical instrument.
The masterplan reinstates the original formal axis of the Museum and opens it up to the Back Bay Fens and the linear park designed by Frederick Law Olmsted in 1877
The idea is to develop a long built ‘continuum’ on the site to interact with adjacent streets. A linear construction that rears up and unfolds but also hugs the ground line to form a low accessible building – one that opens spacious courts and lifts bold overhangs.
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.
The crystalline geometry used creates an important meaning encompassing Saint Barbara as patron saint of both pastoral care and mining.
New idea for a great party! ‘Lovescape’ can hold up to four people and provides an environment for conversation and relaxation.