This striking project is the 1st Prize in the Invited Competition for the new aquarium in the Georgian seaport of Batumi.
Surprisingly enough, this exceptional residential project actually is a renovation and extension of a pre-existing bungalow.
A marriage ceremony hall with a fluid exterior volume and with the interior spaces shaped in the form of a cave.
A beautiful concrete double-height space highlights the gallery’s extension.
Stylish and delightful modernism in an old traditional terraced house of London.
UCL architectural research practice sixteen*(makers) have received a RIBA award for ‘55/02’, a shelter in Kielder Forest and Water Park, Northumberland.
A container becomes a real portable home for the modern nomad.
The intervention focused on the the redefinition of the plot’s landscape creating three plateues within the site.
Occasional spatial moments function as reminders that this is real Architecture in an otherwise utilitarian project.
For a modest building this pavilion has great scale, stature, solidity and permanence.
The building’s prismatic facades, result of the collaboration of artist Ólafur Elíasson and Henning Larsen Architects, form a luminescent sculpture.
A genuinely uplifting, light-filled public space, offering a serene and yet mesmeric mixture of inward-looking courtyards and external views out.
Austere classical modernism characterises the Doric aesthetics of a subtly striking building in a dense historic context.
Dumped and rusty old containers are revitalised while retaining their raw industrial identity.
A cantilevered barn shaped building balancing on the edge of the slope becomes an observatory, with paradoxical openings that reveal its voyeuristic intentions.
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.
A monolithic form is unsheathed from the hill and placed atop. A celebration of the synthetic, the manufactured.
A horizontal monument dedicated to the immigrants who arrived in Miami, Florida on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.