The use of the house generates a direct experience with materials, tactile sensations and a different consciousness of its elements.
AGi architects, in collaboration with Bonyan Design, win the competition for this building.
The flagship design features a façade of 210 stacked, translucent display boxes in a herringbone pattern.
Five perforated office slabs, stacked to face different directions, form an atrium and a multipurpose space on the ground floor.
An incredible idea for an elevated garden minimising the building’s footprint and having your Big Mac in style!
The repetitiveness of the windows creates a rhythm and an architectural language unveiled by Joao Morgado.
State Prize for Architecture. The jury appreciated their courage to use a decidedly contemporary language of form, without quoting alpine clichés.
A box and a desk are the key elements for the creation of the bank’s new identity glorified by Joao Morgado’s photographs.
Arup has signed the contract for phase two of the Ashgabat Olympic complex.
An impressive ‘six legged creature’ stretches its body across the water.
The Centre makes optimum use of the arrangement of the landscape following the example of the prehistoric artists.
Two slabs arranged on top of each other address the ‘ground floor’ in their own terms – beautifully photographed against the sky by Jose Campos.
A continuous white strip wraps around space creating a unique residence.
gmp appointed following tendering procedure.
The inner space of the studio flows into the side gardens of the building and into the urban space, establishing a spatial continuity.
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
A bathroom where mutually alternating fragmentary mirror surfaces and lighting fixtures form a jigsaw puzzle of an image and a reflection.
Two boxes of reinforced concrete form modern prisms between the large colossal stones of the Brazilian coast. The volumes project outward from the mountain, almost abreast of the beach, in an 8-metre cantilever.
Water droplets in nature were the inspiration for ‘The Pod’ pavilion structure creating a dynamic spherical form resulting in a primitive building archetype with a modern twist.