Curved bamboo tent-like structures unfold to define space while acting like a roof cover that floats over the visitors walking beneath.
A walk-in sculpture was planted between the remnants of the foundations of two different house types.
Lantern Pavilion made from Recycled Water Bottles. Platinum A’ Design Award Winner for Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category in 2013, Stanley Siu for Daydreamers Design
The surfaces of the dome are richly ornamented with perforated triangular panels which create an interesting pattern suggesting baroque elements.
The structure of the pavilion is made in a way to reduce the amount of points touching the protected biotope meadow.
SolarLeaf, the world’s first bioreactive façade presented at the BIQ House, has been shortlisted for the Zumtobel Group Award 2014 in the “Applied Innovations” category.
Leaving no physical trace, the festival seeks to make an impression, to initiate a global reflection on architecture and its development in existing urban context and finally, to create a dialogue between contemporary works and heritage.
The two museums stand out from the rest because of the way their architecture has been restored.
Emmanuelle Moureaux created 6 large models exploring the architectural approaches of her design concept of ‘shikiri’ at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2014.
Raising the level of the halls, freeing the ground floor to create public spaces, makes the park extend into the city by passing under the building. A building aiming to ‘feel like a city’.
A ‘galaxy’ when viewed from above with a surging energy of people flowing towards it.
Opening of Imperial War Museum London’s new First World War Galleries.
The architects’ strategy was to remove any discordant element that distracts the spectator experience by proposing a gate: The door of the Medea’s Palace.
The main element of the façade is light and shadow, instead of the aluminum inspired from Paul Cézanne and the Japanese art of Origami.
‘The HOUSE OF CARDS is a new light installation that was shown at the Old City of Jerusalem (Hurva Square) during the 6th Light in Jerusalem Festival.
Jasper Morrison, Patternity, Raw Edges and Studioilse will present a personal vision of a room which will intrigue and amuse visitors to Trafalgar Square for ‘A Place Called Home’.
A winding technique for modular, double layered fiber composite structures, which reduces the required formwork to a minimum while maintaining a large degree of geometric freedom with spectacular results.
The design concept was ‘Garden of Light’ which sums up the project: maintaining and improving the existing garden, while providing joyful and well lit spaces.
Arup’s lighting designers created the conceptual and detailed lighting for the internal public spaces, library, offices, study areas and the exterior of the building.
DRIFT is the winning entry of the centennial festival of riverboats pavilion design competition.