The Centre makes optimum use of the arrangement of the landscape following the example of the prehistoric artists.
The book, as a physical metaphor with horizontal stripes on the façade, reminiscent of running text.
Porous City in Cannes at MIPIM Innovation Forum 12-15 March 2013
The Planning Museum is a ‘subtractive’ space, while the Ecology Museum is an ‘additive’ complement, a reversal of the space carved out from the Planning Museum.
Stefan Mϋller’s photographic works of unhewn stone were applied directly onto the glazing.
The colourful world of Music, Word and Dance.
Competition for Kunsthalle Mannheim where gmp wins first prize after negotiated procedure.
The project is based on the dialogue and interpenetration of the old and the new, traditions and modernity.
The architecture is designed to enable and embody the spirit of open-source exchange and collective knowledge through free-form geometries, open plans and integrated amenities.
Bent polymer sheets refer to floral petals forming a beautiful self-supporting structure.
Inauguration of Zaha Hadid’s innovative new building was held on September 2012
The future is the use of garbage both as an agent of social change and as a physical element of construction.
Ornamental metal panels carry large openings accentuating the vertical movement of the project.
An architectural artefact representing the city itself.
The roof volume and the three venues refer to the Earth and sky which are fundamental elements in the Chinese philosophy.
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.
Shaping looking, seeing and contemplating.
The concept of the mountain and grey colour were the two sources of inspiration for this clubhouse design.