The building carries the language of the existing Baroque and Victorian facades while keeping a contemporary aesthetic.
An interior ‘Lightfall’ and the parabolas of the façade record and enhance the complex geometry of this iconic building.
José Campos has sent us his photographs of Hamburg’s newest landmark.
The architects designed a blind box clad covered top to bottom in pearly-iridescent ceramic tiles creating a vibrant volume in constant change.
Solus4 used the original ink brush strokes to freely become building elements. By varying the connections to the earth and varying the edges and heights of roof shapes they found that they were able to provide strong volumetric edges that reinforce the freedom of the original art.
This striking project is the 1st Prize in the Invited Competition for the new aquarium in the Georgian seaport of Batumi.
A beautiful concrete double-height space highlights the gallery’s extension.
UCL architectural research practice sixteen*(makers) have received a RIBA award for ‘55/02’, a shelter in Kielder Forest and Water Park, Northumberland.
The building’s prismatic facades, result of the collaboration of artist Ólafur Elíasson and Henning Larsen Architects, form a luminescent sculpture.
A genuinely uplifting, light-filled public space, offering a serene and yet mesmeric mixture of inward-looking courtyards and external views out.
Dumped and rusty old containers are revitalised while retaining their raw industrial identity.
Zumthor has stated that ‘the concept for this year’s Pavilion is the hortus conclusus, a contemplative room, a garden within a garden…’
Simple and pure, yet extremely imposing, the 2009 Mies van der Rohe Award winning opera house is definitely a new classic.
MoMA presents Holding Pattern, an interactive environment comprised of items to be donated to local community organizations.
Mies van der Rohe Award 2011 Winner, the Neues Museum restoration is the celebration of simplicity and abstraction.
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 flagship design features a façade of 210 stacked, translucent display boxes in a herringbone pattern.
The proposed structure WOVEN endeavours to capture each of these identifying aspects of local environment, tribal society, and trans regional entrepreneurship in the outer and inner characteristics of one emblematic elevated building.