Judy Cheung and Christoph Vogl explore the rituals and traditions of sitting in Japan’s culture and come up with Umarmung, an enigmatic and unexpected sitting object/device
The Audi e-tron Spyder features what is without a doubt the most advanced and simultaneously the most consistent evolution of the current Audi design language
2010 Winner of The Rosa Barba European Landscape Prize and the Audience Choice award in The 6th European Biennial of Landscape Architecture.
Conflict. Terrorism. Natural catastrophe. How can architecture respond to a planet at war with itself?
Almost like a logo, its sign, which refers to the letter of the Greek alphabet sigma, connects graphics and design, embracing the lightness of the glass and resulting in an expressive graphic continuous line.
New transparent windows pierce through the historical façade announce a time with a very different way of living.
The functional requirements for a bench transcend to a sculpture that captures the movement and the fluid geometry of a cloud.
The Project is a small showroom and the design centre for a company specialising in office furniture.
The five ‘complete’ lighting objects shine upon themselves as well as the objects placed in them.
As the title suggests, the work inspires the sitter to wonder about his or her own identity from a gender perspective.
Paramount to the design strategy is the integration of the building into the surrounding open, park landscape.
New forms where weight, direction, and silhouette have been just the starting points.
The project is Foster + Partners first winery and was an opportunity to look afresh at the building type, using the natural topography of the site to aid the winemaking process and create the optimum working conditions, while reducing the building’s energy demands and its visual impact on the landscape.
A piggy bank designed for the Isetan department store’s ‘Piggy Bank Collection’ exhibition, an official event for DesignTide Tokyo 2010.
The eighth London Design Festival ran from 18 – 26 September and embraced the entire city.
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.
A residence combining two volumes of opposite qualities.
The concept of the mountain and grey colour were the two sources of inspiration for this clubhouse design.