Water droplets in nature were the inspiration for ‘The Pod’ pavilion structure creating a dynamic spherical form resulting in a primitive building archetype with a modern twist.
Little works of art in the forest become ecological hotel rooms offering basic comfort.
The purpose of the vocational training centre is to encourage and teach poor families to earn their own living.
Bella Sky exterior shown and concept described by 3XN Principal, Kim Herforth Nielsen.
A multipurpose room serving as a Studio, Art Gallery, Bar or music room adds another dimension to this residence.
The project is part of the very subtle town planning scheme adopted by Bernard Paurd, in an attempt to pull together the different signs and traces that are superposed on the site like the various writings on a palimpsest.
A dynamic, angular form rises from a pedestal to reach the sky.
The building is elevated on poles to prevent the melting of the permanent frost – the only thing fixating the construction.
The architects sought to create a refreshing atmosphere with a palpable sense of nature based on an open sky motif.
This zig-zag house acquires its unique form via a series of formal maneuvers around a mature tree located on its long and triangulated sliver of land.
A scenario inspired by the topology of the place, just like a ‘box’ sunk into the sand.
A fluid, organic installation that floats in an atrium’s void revealing unexpectedly complex geometries.
Puebla Library Park ‘South Heart’ seeks to transform the mentality in the neighbourhood of disadvantaged communities, enhancing their physical and cultural environment
The design concept is based on two intersecting prisms situated on a naturally inclined site within the trees ensuring the survival of natural environments.
The neutral speech balloon becomes 3d.
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.
The stadium will have its own, distinctive modern character and will be based on environmental and user friendly approach.
The installation, Nocturne of the Limax maximus, includes a fifteen-foot-long, wall-mounted horizontal sculpture called Slug, and a free-standing floor-to-ceiling structure titled Egg.