The project proposed a ring of tribunes weaving above an enclosed base with public programs.
Ministry of Design conceived of 3 unique environments but connected seamlessly in spirit and tempo: Space to Impress, Space to Interact and Space to Create.
The series form a very interesting research on spatial qualities and human / artefact interaction in a very loose way, sort of a designer minded playground.
The garden room is incorporated into the interior as a landscape surrounding the tenant’s living space.
An impressive array of lighting, furniture and interior accessories from Mini Modern, Honoyo, A+Z Design, Orchard Studio, Marc Boyce, Moore Designs & groupDesign to name but a few.
An organic spatial structure, not divided by any doors or windows, where nature is the most critical part and the human body becomes part of the architecture.
The architect’s intention was to embrace various functions in one open living area, but on different levels, always balancing their functional particularities.
The street expanded into the main hall of the building creating an open plan office space with a forest- like ambience, leaves and shadows.
The original enclosure of the building and its fenestration is shown through a translucent tensile PVC sheet which becomes a new skin for the building while the design for the opposite side was solved with a continuous glass plane covered by a micro perforated membrane printed with a pixelated photo of the main hall.
The clients requested a house with a dance studio that would also serve as a living room and dining room.
Cool Chair is made from 2mm punched steel sheet, gas welded and powder coated.
Construction start for MVRDV designed headquarters building in Oslo, Norway.
In general the materials used are related to the site conditions:
White sand within the concrete; roofs covered with turf and pebbles from a nearby river.
Passionate about children’s drawings, for more than 11 years Myriam Tiberghien has been developing a range of crafts designed to get children drawing. Crafts consisting of pieces of cardboard that stimulate the child through handling, drawing, painting and experimenting with colours.
The experience of the interior is marked with constantly shifting vanishing points, where alignments fold in each crease of the plan, large openings cutting dormer scoops on the roof, centrifugally release the views out to the surrounding landscape.
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 new design offers a uniform, open space which expands, becoming more complex or dense depending on its orientation and use.
Norway’s flagship wind farm intends to promote and celebrate its newest investment – propel wind power.