The BLUE BOX is an addition to the existing sports and school building but as a free-standing building as a result of the strong identity-forming effect of its external appearance.
Suspension via an offset steel frame allows the cable connections to occur internally allowing an unobstructed profile as the building edges meet the sky.
The world’s largest air-supported membrane cushion dominates the newly designed forecourt of the train station in Aarau.
Welcome to HIVE-INN, a hotel structure that allows containers rooms to travel in and out!
Thom Mayne’s firm Morphosis has completed a new campus for Emerson College in Los Angeles in the form of a rectangular frame surrounding an organic cluster.
A complex series of intertwining spaces, enlivened by light and interconnectivity.
Mestizo Restaurant in Santiago, Chile, is a modernist building, descendant of brutalist architecture, designed by Smiljan Radic.
A residential skyscraper built from a stack of modular cubes and dodecahedrons.
Designed by White arkitekter AB, the Kastrup Sea Bath is an open-air pool in the sea, just south of Copenhagen that forms a sculpture to walk on and dive from.
The Mercado Design building in Brasilia, designed by Paulo Henrique Paranhos is a geometric building with slightness and permeability that provokes surprise.
An apartment in a remodeled Victorian warehouse in Borough, London by Dow Jones Architects.
Floating Roof House is very delicate house designed by Tezuka Architects in Okayama, Japan.
Siamese Towers to house the computer facilities of a university campus in Santiago, Chile, designed by Alejandro Aravena.
Make’s first legacy building opens at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Poteet Architects designed a loft for an art collector in San Antonio, Texas with an intriguing rooftop, designed to provide natural lighting to the artworks.
Peace Peres House by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas in Tel Aviv, Israel.
French designer Mathieu Lehanneur designed a series of pavilions in Paris with Wi-Fi hotspots, where people can access local information via a large screen.
The compact shape that characterizes the house, aims to limit human intervention in the uncontaminated area.
It is the sunken courtyard, characterised by white pigmented concrete walls and floor
that defines The Garden House and lends the house an exotic sensibility.
German firm Pohl Architects has designed the Cocoon_FS pavilion for German research institute PlanktonTech, inspired by phytoplankton.