Competition 2nd Prize Winner
The project provided an opportunity to put the ruin in a new context and the park could be present in its redefined way as a whole.
An intriguing game of scale between two volumes and a courtyard.
The Memorial stands next to the Lipke family house where Jews were hidden during the occupation of Latvia.
The suspended Field is a spatial project related to our comprehension of nature, its resources and our attitude towards it.
Siemens opened its first centre for sustainable urban development in London.
Stripe House takes its name from the characterizing horizontal stripes carved deep into the façade.
To build with air, the abiding dream of every architect.
A Pavilion for the Central Park of Paju Eunjung New Town, Korea
The renovation is an attempt to bridge tradition with modernity.
An urban landscape formation consisting of different height ‘hill slices’ and a flat raised landscape.
An exercise on the principle of the golden ratio.
The museum lies like a crystal-clear block of ice that has slid down from the surrounding mountains.
A collective housing for many birds and one person.
The seemingly irregularly placed tubes and the steel cables spell ‘Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg’ when read in Morse code.
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 ‘travelling’ exhibition forming a net of vertical and horizontal prisms captured by the camera of photographer Joao Morgado.
The Pavilion project refers to its own scale. It is not considered a model of a larger structure or a building, neither is it an art installation. It is a prototypical architecture.