Fernando Guerra photographers engage in a game of scale, colour and shadows.
An open tribute to Chuck Norris’s Roundhouse Kick!
Luís Rebelo de Andrade, Tiago Rebelo de Andrade, Manuel Cachão Tojal join forces to create a house with a façade as a vertical garden.
Entirely conceived in Re-Board this temporary night blue tinted setting emphasizes Maison Diptyque products.
The project is based on the dialogue and interpenetration of the old and the new, traditions and modernity.
A house to die for.
The architecture is designed to enable and embody the spirit of open-source exchange and collective knowledge through free-form geometries, open plans and integrated amenities.
The contour lines of the natural topography of the site are conceived as a dynamic vector field which has been activated by the strategic placement of key programmatic elements.
Bent polymer sheets refer to floral petals forming a beautiful self-supporting structure.
One of the nine landmarks along the route leading to the Holy Virgin of Talpa.
New York’s historic ‘Crystal Lantern’ bank branch transforms into a stylish clothing store.
Inauguration of Zaha Hadid’s innovative new building was held on September 2012
Architecture inspired from film production and movement with the desert as a set.
The future is the use of garbage both as an agent of social change and as a physical element of construction.
Ornamental metal panels carry large openings accentuating the vertical movement of the project.
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 library is intended to be a transformative environment that pulls visitors into a unique landscape.
The architects worked hard to make the chapel look like ‘just another’ colossal boulder atop the mountain.