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.
Sculpting the horse figure as a one piece abstract white origami installation.
An observatory composed of polygons is positioned resisting the sloping ground.
A balancing act of this contemporary prismatic shaped form touching only 7% of the site.
Hous.E+ is set to produce more energy than it consumes.
A ‘V’ shaped concrete roof structure is placed on three concrete rings overlooking the lake.
The architects conceived the addition as a container for the start and end of the clients` day.
Hypercubus is a technically independent mobile hotel room for two people.
The church stretches across a falling terrain, with the main functions arranged over three levels.
Aamodt Plumb Architects Wins in Winnipeg – Warming Huts Competition
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
100 Apartments for elderly people. MVRDV pursues a fascination for radical methodical research: on density and on public realms.
The Jellyfish House, a beautiful and unique sample of the expressive architectural research and experimentation, is now part of the SFMOMA permanent collection.