Stone surfaces, opaque or translucent engage in a game with light.
The architects create a boundary between the forest and the existing building filtering the vistas to and from each other.
The installation is an abstract model representing the future of living, promoting water based industries, fishing communities and diversity.
Eight hundred resin boxes are arranged atop steel rods of varying lengths, creating the sense that each box is ascending at its own pace, as if being drawn upward by an invisible thread.
A ship-like form, the new municipal office, aims to become an icon for The Hague.
A landmark which modifies its proportions depending on the viewpoint and the effect of the sunlight; revealing an element in a constant evolution.
The guest house is designed around a 250 x 450 module inspired from the typical Portuguese entrance.
Fasten Your City Belt is a strategy that transforms lifeless office districts into lively urban areas through a combination of strategic interventions and incentives.
A suspended building structure, an architectural parasite, to comply with the extremely compact planning in Hong Kong.
An umbrella-shaped site encourages a diverse topography within the house.
Nanshan Wedding Center is a new architectural typology: on the one hand, the architects hope to bring a new identity to the process of marriage registration; and on the other hand, it provides a different type of public space.
House In Leiria, Portugal by Manuel Aires Mateus sets the backdrop for a fashion shoot by photographer Frederico Martins for the Portuguese soul Advertorial.
Ateliers Jean Nouvel and MDW ARCHITECTURE’s new landmark.
Moon Hoon has added another layer to his architecture. This is not merely a residence but the wild expression of his fantasies, sexual and science fiction wise.
Bonaldo has won its 10th Good Design Award, this time thanks to an architectural project of great institutional importance for the Italian company.
The design is an insert into the space, on one hand reverential to its container and on the other completely obliterating its rigid geometries.
A site specific installation designed and produced by SOFTlab that marked the North Gate of the annual San Gennaro Festival.
An apartment block of two residences enjoys views over three levels while keeping its privacy by playing with a variety of openings.
The vision for this home is laid out around a series of symbolic spaces, in homage to a Mediterranean country villa.
Let the sunshine in!
This residential tower operates as an ‘observatory’, composed of a smoothly rising stack of glazed-unit apartments.
A house with a dual personality accommodates an intimate, introverted, closed house with a courtyard and an outward looking, open glasshouse above.
A semi-transparent wall of glass separates the courtyard from the street bringing in light while masking views in from passersby.
A building playing with its volumes reflecting the environment into its shimmering façade.
The house is embedded in an artificial hill functioning as camouflage and as a blanket.
The form of the residence is reminiscent of the movement patterns of a mop, from which flexible volumes are organized diagonally around a central axis.
The highlight of this building is the carefully positioned and different type of windows declaring statements.
The program envisions a building as a north facing window: a photographer’s live/work studio and film location that is continuously bathed in diffused and undiminished natural light.
Experimentations on the dystopia of future architecture. Zeitguised takes us on a journey to the dark side of science fiction.
The design expands horizontally and vertically over three floors involving the exterior area within its habitable space blurring their boundaries.
The lattice work structure materializes an envelope that defines the central space, and transforms it into an inhabited volume.
Joao Morgado’s photos bring out the dynamism of Estoril Sol Residence.