A volume in which the horizontality prevails and that the image of earthen construction does prevail by partially burying the lower floor level, in contrast with the verticality of the existing trees.
The house is transformed into continuous open-concept spaces in which natural light makes a soft voyage and exaggerates the length of the rooms.
A redundant Second World War bunker in the Netherlands turned into a sculpture by Dutch studios RAAAF and Atelier de Lyon.
A prototype shelter for cyclists, a movable construction that can open up cross-country cycling.
Giant stairs gently stepping down the volume form a sequence of green squares.
The Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian’s (FCG) Grande Auditório in Lisbon, Portugal, reopens following an eight month refurbishment.
The extruded zigzag balconies engage in a game of shadows with the sun allowing it to penetrate deeply to the interior of the flats.
What if we rethink church? What if it wasn’t just a place we go, but something we do?
A spatial sequence in relation to the landscape generates diverse activities by placing three volumes along the contour lines and integrating the two existing trees into the design.
The architects kept the built form above street level as ground-hugging as possible by making the roofs appear as folds and peels in the landscape.
VONDOM is a leading company in design, manufacturing and commercialization of avant-garde indoor and outdoor furniture.
The site and silos of the old Redpath sugar refinery have been converted into a one-of-a-kind indoor rock-climbing facility.
European wrought iron fences were the inspiration for the, suspended from the ceiling, hanger rack screens.
The structure consists of two buildings joined at the top and curved at the base, dancing and embracing each other.
Such is the beauty of this project that it is worth presenting it through the eyes of two renowned photographers, Fernando Guerra and Joao Morgado, each recording it in his own signature way.
The architects turned the landscape into a ‘house’ through designing an architectural structure conceived as a machine that could visually trap the surrounding nature.
The clever use of half-floors allowed great visual amplitudes and dynamic interconnections between spaces and lots of extra square metres.
Viewpoint offers Londoners a chance to experience an escape from hectic city life on a secluded islet in the heart of the city.
A cross-formed corridor carries the public spaces while the private ones occupy its four corners creating a square. All is viewed through the void above where the playroom is.
Joao Morgado captures the tension between the house and garden, obtained through the creation of ‘balconies’ that are intentionally higher than needed.