A volumetric landscape within the greater airport landscape.
This 5-star contemporary restaurant is an award winning project completed in 2009 in Shenyang, China.
Its new building, designed by Foster + Partners, doubles the exhibition area and pioneers an innovative approach to vertical movement within a gallery setting.
This award-winning series of lamps presents light in a fluid form.
The purpose of this architecture is to construct a new urban space combining the private and public, the vertical and horizontal. The building’s envelope is conceived as an apparatus for the city’s constant visual reinvention.
Carved from the confines of an existing structure beneath the High Line, this installation envelops visitors within a glacial cavern excavated from a single material.
The stadium will have its own, distinctive modern character and will be based on environmental and user friendly approach.
The interwoven steel rings form a delightful pattern that gives fantastic shadows.
The structure orchestrates the three surrounding streets, into a coherent urban space-a new public square for the rejuvenated city centre of Jerusalem.
The scheme has a progressive environmental agenda and is designed to mitigate the effects of the area’s high levels of humidity using a low-energy, desiccant wheel.
It is shaped in a paradoxical, organic and almost alien form. According to the designer the ironic design of Panic Opera resembles a freaky animal hysterically jumped up and sped away.
Childhood dreams made real.
An escape place from the busy streets of Tokyo.
Sit down, sit up, lounge, hang, repose, move, work, read, consult or relax. Alone or together.
Stage-managed spaces entice the visitor into fascinating worlds full of intensity and magic.
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 cane becomes a high tech gadget and simultaneously a useful prosthetic device that enhances the individual’s interaction with his/her surroundings.
The concrete structure on the North Tyrolean side juts out like an erratic boulder into the South Tyrolean side, underlining the cross-border nature of the Timmelsjoch Experience.