Nafir is a functional sculpture. It is dynamic, its fluid shape becoming the expression of the light itself.
The project was in its entirety lead and inspired by the designer’s passion to preserve traditional crafts.
Siemens opened its first centre for sustainable urban development in London.
Stripe House takes its name from the characterizing horizontal stripes carved deep into the façade.
This single white chair multiplies itself mimicking the location in which it is placed.
To build with air, the abiding dream of every architect.
A Pavilion for the Central Park of Paju Eunjung New Town, Korea
The renovation is an attempt to bridge tradition with modernity.
The fixture slides and unfolds to reveal the necessary uses: a counter, a register and bench seating and tables for children.
Alain Gilles, the creator of some of the most interesting products recently realised by Bonaldo, has been voted Designer of the Year 2012.
An urban landscape formation consisting of different height ‘hill slices’ and a flat raised landscape.
An exercise on the principle of the golden ratio.
The museum lies like a crystal-clear block of ice that has slid down from the surrounding mountains.
A collective housing for many birds and one person.
The seemingly irregularly placed tubes and the steel cables spell ‘Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg’ when read in Morse code.
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.
Small mobile modules and small dodecahedrons in clusters tweak and reorganise the public spaces.
AquiliAlberg reveal their Grossmarkthalle Memorial Site competition proposal along the news of the groundbreaking of Coop Himmelb(l)au’s new premises of the European Central Bank (ECB).