A play about the dramatic life of a powerful Sami shaman Klemet turning the whole valley into a shaman drum.
The Busan Cinema Center by Coop Himmelb(l)au is about reinventing the modernist pilotis and the overlaps: open and closed volumes, public and private spaces.
Joao Morgado highlights the beauty of cork. The pavilion explores the possibility of spanning vaults with cork alone, the creation of a compound translucent cork material, and a system for radiation and acoustic optimization.
The Cidade das Artes is seen as a large house, a great veranda above the city, homage to an archetype of Brazilian architecture.
A large inclined plane rises gradually travelling through all three floors of the pavilion and continues to form a panoramic terrace on the roof.
This intervention configures a new square where different activities can be performed, both under the building and around it.
Located at the ‘entrance’ of a holy place, the building itself shows the essence of Taoism through its space and exhibitions.
The Kimbell Art Museum building, designed by Louis I. Kahn in 1972, is widely recognized as one of the most significant works of modern architecture.
Renzo Piano Building Workshop designed a new building as an extension to the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas originally designed by legendary architect Louis Kahn.
The extension houses new a exhibition space for contemporary art, a community-oriented multi-purpose hall and a lounge on the ground floor.
The absolute symbiosis between the new and the old.
A single volume divided in eight one-storied ‘houses’ stacked one upon the other.
BIG + A+Architecture + Egis + Base + L’Echo + Celsius Environnement + CCVH have been announced winner of the international design competition for the new Cité du Corps Humain (Museum of the Human Body) in Montpellier, France.
The project has just been financially backed by AA.P. Møller and Chastine Mc-Kinney Møller’s Foundation and is now continuing.
A large window, resembling gigantic rotated binoculars, is located at the edge of the auditorium, facing north bringing in a soft light while framing Haifa bay.
A live visual art creation event providing the public with an opportunity to get up close to the artist.
The Cubic Prism is a transient experience of shifting form, light and colours, creating a dynamic and spatial experience for the senses.
These 3D reconstructions and the visualisations show a building that would have been an architectural icon for Zurich’s cityscape.
A peaceful meditative space is designed for people of all beliefs with a view of promoting peace and freedom as opposed to war. Captured void becomes a monument.
The roof which is also a wall with mushroom-like stools under it, offers a new spatial experience intending to remind visitors of walking in the mountains under thick tree cover.
The remnants of the runway proposed, start a new architectural vocabulary for the Cultural Centre.
How can five oil tanks be transform to embed recreational programs and how can multiple programs interrelate and operate with each other?
This orthogonal building opens up via a dramatic plastic volume creating a curvaceous passage characterized as a parting of the seas.
CarverHaggard is a nominee for the Display category at INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors in Singapore.
Studio505 is a nominee for the Culture category at INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors in Singapore.
Unlike traditional shopping centres, which are introverted in design, the monolith is divided and opens up through sky lights offering views of the landscape and airplanes flying overhead.
In its proposed matter duality, the white concrete body emerges from the ground and sets the basis for defining a square. The floating black body of metal scales sets the height of the square, in a public urbanity redefined into three dimensions.
By marrying the crucial historic elements with an innovative concept of galleries and way-finding, BIG’s renovation scheme reflects Denmark’s historical and contemporary role as one of the world’s leading maritime nations.
For 4 weeks Stone Gate, the large natural stone ring by Lithos Design, redesigns the panorama in front of the Verona Arena, becoming an irresistible public attraction.
A temporary garden installation for Tadioto, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Ship shaped dancing roofs on water which is visible from all parts of the building support the Maritime theme of the Museum.
BIG is chosen as the winner of 950-974 Market, a 42,000 sqm mixed-use development including residences, retail, arts space and theatres in the heart of San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighbourhood.