The design unites the evident impact of a sculptural architectural object with the efficient functionality of commercial buildings.
On October 20, 2010 Apple® unveiled an all new MacBook Air®, an ultra-thin and ultra light technological and design masterpiece.
Four stacked villas, orientated towards a small river that crosses the site. The houses all have a private garden, and no fences. Privacy is achieved by strategically positioning green elements between family houses.
Lighting object of organic and dynamic shape, inspired by science-fiction imagery.
New idea for a great party! ‘Lovescape’ can hold up to four people and provides an environment for conversation and relaxation.
An interactive iPhone app allows visitors to affect the quality of sound for each pole in real time. By turning the effects levels up or down the audience can collaboratively vote to change the active sound of their environment.
The NATURALE table is an intriguing, extraordinary and almost intangible object that realizes the attempt to grab the essence of nature in a rational context, the conceptualization of nature
An Alien formation to illuminate your room.
Moving away from the everyday conventional ‘meeting rooms’ – The world of KAT-Ohno is a place where architecture is reduced.
The h2o bench thanks to games of assemblage, flipping and inversion becomes a game of correlations: instant stool, chair, bench, and meeting place.
STEM RAY table lamp has received the reddot design award 2010.
No, it’s not an outer space LEGO it’s a glow in the dark USB memory stick!
The program brief was for an office space shared by an IT company and a multi-media setup.
Located on the park’s central axis, facing the main entrance, it is a landmark as well as a leisure and exhibition space.
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 building’s shape and exterior appearance – the play of volumes and the implementation of façade graphics – responds to different formal and functional requirements: The idea of breaking the severity of a blank volume and avoiding a mute box as seen in other storage facilities, and the desire of promoting art at a large scale in the city by using the building’s exterior as a means to showcase local artists and support Miami’s emerging talents.
An invited international competition won by Plasma Studio with collaborators GroundLab and LAUR Studio.