An anodized and perforated metal sheet allows sufficient light to enter, constructing a veiled threshold in between exterior and internal courtyards.
The library building was designed as a prism of glass which creates visual connections for the city to library.
To re-think the way an office block is traditionally organized: Circulation which usually occurs in the centre has been diverted to the facades.
The chocolates seem to float in a transparent ‘chest of drawers’, placed at the centre of the shop; a three-dimensional version of the chocolate packaging.
A two storey residence overlooks the port and medieval castle while forming ‘L’ and a ‘T’ shaped plans to assist the thermal performance of the structure.
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The circular void forms a protected semi-private space, or “espacecalme” within the park, yet it splays open to the north, revealing the interior space to the approaching visitor upon entry.
The house has a U-shaped plan built around the courtyard where the inhabitants can observe the growing process of the memorial tree.
Τhe latest design is based on rolled paper-like structures to display the footwear.
Quai Ouest is remarkable for its stainless steel outer shell and its 650 oblong windows like eyes watching the city.
The crosses brace the frames of panels and create identity like façade ornaments on historical citizen villas.
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The Museum enables visitors to understand the nationwide network of the company by going around the hall as if travelling throughout Japan, and to experience Japanese traditions and regional characteristics through the unique Local Kittys.
Con-cave is a spatial intervention that shapes the steep terrain of the site playing with the infiltration of the light: gathering, concentrating and dissipating it through the earthy sinuosity of interconnected underground passageways and tunnels.
Tower House. It takes a village to raise a family.
Wine vault turned restaurant with the ancient underground gallery being the main dining room.
The Building, designed on an simplified version of the Greek Symbol of Christ, addresses the traffic on Flatlands Avenue with a glazed “tent-like” entrance.
Joao Morgado captures the highlight of SilverWoodHouse: large surfaces of wood emphase its forms against the white background.
The alternate disposition of the floors around the stairs allows each room to vary its ceiling height, giving a different scale to each use.
The architectural volume allows a variety of perspectives, exceeding the upper floor by its articulation with the lower floor highlighted by José Campos’s photography.