The timber panelling is both decorative and functional; rotating timber shutters reveal splashes of colour and tone in the rotated position.
Bosco Verticale, a residential high-rise development with its own urban forest in Milan, won the International Highrise Award 2014.
The residence, consisting of three separate volumes,’floats’ over a naturally flooded corridor-shaped site which leads to the sea.
At a first glance, the house displays a simple, legible geometric composition; a closer look reveals a concern for craftsmanship and detail.
The all-white home features an infinity pool, outdoor jacuzzi, a fireplace and two Japanese gardens – an ideal set for daydreaming.
This is a technology-intensive house, a piece of civilized life and order perched atop a rocky headland in the wilds of the Stockholm archipelago.
The anthracite concrete box, raised a meter and a half off the ground, only allows one entering: the entrance, backed also by a slight bending of the glass wall that divides the porch.
A façade of 6,000 pure-glass blocks enable the creation of an open, clearly articulated garden that admits the city scenery.
A Hotel where each room is a detached small independent house with walls constructed in glass framing the best views.
A slice of glazing runs diagonally through the thick concrete facade of the lower floor, emphasising the sloping topography of the site.
Two separate volumes, one for the private and one for the public areas, develop a strong relationship with the garden through the glazing.
The new works boldly reinterprets the structure and materiality of the elements that make up the original Victorian era cottage.
A new art gallery with restaurant and apartments for the AG Leventis Foundation.
The Trek-in is a sustainable hiker’s cabin, featuring responsible and luxurious camping, experiencing the surroundings and an original, minimalist design.
The street façade interprets the design principals of the late 19th century using a contemporary language. A fantastic mirror effect.
Light coming from the east strikes the louvered boards before entering the house and reaching deep into its interior.
A clever interchange of indoor and outdoor spaces where cats and human beings coexist.
This angular form is a three-story apartment building that contains the clients business premices, a Dental Practice.
A undercover ‘dancing’ slab emerges from the ground raising itself in order to catch the best surrounding views.
The architect emphasises the relationship between the house and the park as an everyday playground for children as well as a borrowing landscape for the house.