A horizontal monument dedicated to the immigrants who arrived in Miami, Florida on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.
A new interpretation of the classical Dutch housing typology of the 19th century.
Designer Renowned for Large-Scale Parks Creates Elegant Fixture for Luxurious Manhattan Hotel.
A public building in a country going through crisis.
The seven chambers are designed to cut the visitor out of the context of the presence so as to create a moment of individual reception in relation to the Chinese history.
Applications can be filed online, at the school’s website and the application deadline is March 31st 2011.
380 massive transparent cylinders perforate this multi-storey dwelling’s exterior skin while floor to ceiling windows provide panoramic views to the surrounding landscape.
The design aspires to be autonomous and claims its own identity providing its inhabitants with a peaceful quiet ‘steady’ place.
A three slab choreography.
The design concept is based on the traditional Japanese folded paper crane.
The house proposes an arrangement of solid forms that are emphasised through light controlling the relationship between external and internal areas.
An extension of a late 18th Century orangery inhabited by a six person family.
Flaps and folds orchestrate games with light as it penetrates the building.
Circulation and services surround a void of light that is called ‘The Shaft’.
An unexpected brief required a house with a fifteen year life span; exactly the number of years the clients had left to live.
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 cocoon blurs the lines between floor, wall and ceiling allowing the formation of a multi use mystic space.
The project’s philosophy is centered on the interaction of the inhabitant with the natural environment in a sustainable manner.