The design tries to capture and balance the vernacular with the modern; subtle details in the stills by photographer Jose Campos.
Three-dimensional gaps and holes in the visual field eliminate any sense of a two-dimensional spatial narrowness.
The dynamic configuration involving the box-shape volume with rhythmical layout of the windows produces beautiful life scenes where light and scenery are taken in while the eyes of neighborhood are blocked.
The House’s façade carries two triangular forms which balance the qualities of daylight and ventilation, one of frosted glass and the other of wood slats.
The house addresses issues raised by Le Corbusier: the roof not only as a protective cover water element but also as the fifth façade and as a space in itself.
The Overall Winner: Ateliers Jean Nouvel and PTW Architects, One Central Park, Sydney, Australia
A cluster of three structures, which can be used individually organized around the outdoor area that binds them together as one unit.
An intriguing game of stacking planes that intertwine in the centre emphasing the white structure through its completely transparent ‘shop-front’ shell.
The roof is the key element of the project reinterpreting an otherwise simple square plan while allowing the compartmentalization of the exterior.
World Architecture Festival has announced the winners of 13 award categories on the second day of the event in Singapore.
Architecture Festival has announced the winners of 16 award categories on the opening day of the event in Singapore.
Kooyong Residential is a residence located in Melbourne, Australia, designed by Matt Gibson Architecture.
The White Street Loft designed by architecture firm WORKac, is located in New York City, USA.
The Alma Lane House in Dublin, Ireland, designed by Boyd Cody Architects.
A modernist white residence in Porto, Portugal, designed by Alvaro Leite Siza Vieira.
The covered market, shaped by an arch of 228 apartments that carries a huge artwork, comprises 96 fresh produce units and 20 hospitality and retail units.
Tranquility in the Heart of São Paulo: Meet the City’s Slender Residential Tower.
A tranquil intermediate space between the inside and the outside is the highlight of this project.
A house in Gorraiz, Navarra, Spain by architects Antonio Vaillo and Juan Luis Irigaray.
The interior consists of a space defined by the ring-shaped walls and the remaining space.