A beautiful marriage of the old and the new each keeping its identity photographed by Joao Morgado.
The space is punctuated with double height façades, in the form of six immersive ‘storyboxes’ that signpost the six communication networks.
The concept of this house is based on the clever and original use of the Corten steel lamellae.
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At ground floor all pedestrian and vehicular access is solved in a double height entrance that allows a fluid relationship with the public street.
The key concept of the project is empathy, the ability to perceive the world outside ourselves, feeling part of it.
In-between the trunks of the beautiful Öijared forest one can sense a new figure, zigzagging between the trees and blending in with the environment from which it’s made.
The project faces the eucalyptus square, so that part of the ground floor not occupied by the building is an extension of the square itself.
The studio roof folds over at one side and hits the ground at a single point, continuing new irregular geometry to frame a double height view of the leafy garden.
Muji’s most recent addition to its prefab line, the Vertical House, was built to fit into tight urban spaces.
Nelson Garrido has shared his photographs of the project with us that was named the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize 2009-2013 winner.
Inspired by Moiré patterns and optical art the 2.8m deep wall façade consists of a three-layer multi-sized hexagon system in fiberglass, steel, aluminum and glass.
Designing pedestrian walkways in a serpentine, wave like pattern brings the city and the waterfront closer together at regular intervals.
A series of three-dimensional planes fragment, fold and wrap into each other around a tripartite plan which allows the structure to fit among the existing trees.
The project explores a unique housing typology which offers comfort in the familiar but hard context of Japanese cities.
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A dialogue from a juxtaposition of languages, materials and construction systems which could give body to existing spaces highlighted by photographer José Campos
A villa designed around the concept of a film set; In a sense all villas belong to a very same lineage: a stage for the domestic drama: love, passion, adultery.
The design tries to capture and balance the vernacular with the modern; subtle details in the stills by photographer Jose Campos.
Metallic louvers conjure images of soft clothing.