The nature of the site, between a cliff and a glacier, defined the position and shape of the new Hut, which is constructed along the ridge above the cliff, fitting in with the site’s topography.
An 18-storey building completely devoted to decoration and design by well-known designers, such as Karim Rashid, Ross Lovegrove, Ramon Esteve or Javier Mariscal.
Communal living reinvented. The residence is formed by 4 boxes, each divided into 2 layers around a central space which acts as the hub in which the family gathers.
This Shinto shrine is for remembering our origin. It was designed for the water and land art festival held in Niigata city.
The concept for the New Central Library of Helsinki is based on the Human Brain, metaphorically connecting the city of Helsinki with its natural creative engine, the Library.
Jose Campos captures the beauty of this versatile facade while it unfolds.
The Building arches over the Park and lets it extend it underneath so that the City and the Sea are connected through the Terminal building.
The new DROP XL models can be used as removable hotel rooms, cabins, pop-up pods for events, singular architectural elements and so on.
A stone barn transformed into an executive suite and a place to house the client’s classic car collection.
The design by gmp aims to obtain the LEED Gold Certificate and to this end is one of the first office developments in China to be fitted with a so-called ‘closed cavity’ façade.
The project plays with the idea of creating an indoor ‘exterior’ space.
The building is partially lifted off the ground and the glazed front entrance welcomes the people to the fluid ground floor and into the open and dynamic spaces of the buildings inside.
Invisible Barn is a folly that loses its man-made architectural presence in nature but adds novel experience and interaction to the users.
The residence is imagined as a floating piece between two water bodies and fully surrounded by air while the perforated metal paneling are meant to replicate the texture of clouds of one plane fending through the skies.
The BLUE BOX is an addition to the existing sports and school building but as a free-standing building as a result of the strong identity-forming effect of its external appearance.
Suspension via an offset steel frame allows the cable connections to occur internally allowing an unobstructed profile as the building edges meet the sky.
The world’s largest air-supported membrane cushion dominates the newly designed forecourt of the train station in Aarau.
Welcome to HIVE-INN, a hotel structure that allows containers rooms to travel in and out!
Thom Mayne’s firm Morphosis has completed a new campus for Emerson College in Los Angeles in the form of a rectangular frame surrounding an organic cluster.
A complex series of intertwining spaces, enlivened by light and interconnectivity.