The architects literally copied Valkosaari island lying in front of Eteläsatama, moved it, rotated it and docked it to the site. A new marina was cut into it.
Bee’ah commissions Zaha Hadid Architects to build its new Headquarters
The unique display arrangement invites kids to play with a subtly integrated cascading disk run while browsing through the shoes on display.
Large electric sash windows, and the slightly reflective metal façade that appears to be coated with dew, create a sense of visual closeness to the park.
The entire house is divided into seven split levels without partitions and all levels are connected by a staircase situated in the middle of the house.
The windows disappear in an abstract design on a white background that reflects the environment like a chameleon.
The slab is pushed until it breaks then twisted and pushed to create a distortion of the floors, offering multiple terraces accessed from the work areas.
The first phase of the sculptural, 18-storey landmark residential complex is completed and fully occupied.
A conceptual rainbow melody; the colourful cubes which are small gardens seem to dance forming a rhythm.
The (Grey Box) timber cladding to the exterior was a direct homage to the derelict weatherboard cottage that previously sat on the site and the house makes reference to both the original and new building lines that create the streetscape.
In section, the project is a composition of continuous folded structural slabs as well as disconnected hanging surfaces.
When the metal wall is completely open, it turns a flat wall into a complex metal structure like a blooming metal flower, in memory of the punk and R&B culture.
Songpa Micro‐ Housing provides a new typology that extends the limits of the unit to also include semi‐public circulation, balconies, and visual extensions.
Walls defining each room extend lengthwise from end to end of the building, and jut out from the roof as vertical blades giving a clue about the internal layout.
A concept wherein the chair and desk are no longer unquestionable starting points; exploring different standing positions in an experimental work landscape.
Highlights of the winners of the DFA awards 2014. The Red Face is simultaneously a waiting point, meeting place, playground and viewing platform.
Nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award 2015
Hats off to a new museum!
German Hat Museum in Lindenberg opened.
The notion of transparency and communication has been put into effect by creating vast open-spaces while still preserving various private areas.
C.F. Møller and C.F. Møller Landscape, working with Transform and Moe, have won the contest to design the new urban campus for Copenhagen Business School, CBS.