Living space installations that fit into the spaces of the organic world in the forest without disturbing its beauty or balance.
The sculptural terminal, evokes the image of a manta ray and features a striking internal and external double ‘skin’ honeycomb motif that wraps the structure.
The house is a solid monolithic concrete block opened up through carvings, each carving becomes a place itself, some fitting just a single person, others more.
This orthogonal building opens up via a dramatic plastic volume creating a curvaceous passage characterized as a parting of the seas.
A composition of concrete volumes of different size and function forms the backdrop for the old pine family tree.
StudioMK27 was a nominee for the Residential category at INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors in Singapore.
In its proposed matter duality, the white concrete body emerges from the ground and sets the basis for defining a square. The floating black body of metal scales sets the height of the square, in a public urbanity redefined into three dimensions.
Magically Mesmerizing Water Imagery.
By marrying the crucial historic elements with an innovative concept of galleries and way-finding, BIG’s renovation scheme reflects Denmark’s historical and contemporary role as one of the world’s leading maritime nations.
Ship shaped dancing roofs on water which is visible from all parts of the building support the Maritime theme of the Museum.
The residence is set up like an accentuated perspective drawing with its construction lines becoming wide concrete beams adding to its dynamic interior.
Conceived as a monumental sculpture that stands as a conceptual image of a quantum jump.
The dynamic foyer is sculpted out of 1,100 cast stone panels forming flowing surfaces that reach into the galleries, serving as ‘screens’ for film and display.
Like a snake in its natural habitat, the house suddenly appears, gliding between the trees, in the visual field of the observer.
A bold, stepped frame formed an innovative timber solution for a column-free space at a size that is comparable to a sacred hall in a traditional Japanese temple.
Delicate lattice frame composed of slender ties beams and posts formed an innovative timber solution for a column-free space at a size that is comparable to a sacred hall in a traditional Japanese temple.
A simple cube with an impressive complex interior defined by an algorithmic rule.
The use of dark grey and rusty brown, the colours of concrete and corten steel along with the fluid arrangement of the interior summed up the spirit and essence of volcanoes.
A man made material set in nature as a small-scale dwelling located in the corner of the dense pine forest of Mar Azul in Buenos Aires.
The bookshelves serve as a dynamic space to play and learn fostering a love of reading and learning for children.
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A vessel shaped form that is clad in silver fritted ETFE pillows that through a play of transparency and geometry creates an ephemeral effect.
Beautiful moving still portrait sculptures wearing Franzius Winter Collection 2012/13
The roof itself hovers above the house, separated by a slim glass window line that creates the illusion of a floating building.
A sensitive, moving bronze and glass sculpture exploring the relationship of man with nature.
A series of clothing racks designed to be highly flexible and playful in a variety of environments.
Dramatic pointed concrete volumes shoot up in the sky creating cool sheltered spaces with their recessed openings.
A selection from the shortlisted entrants announced by INSIDE: WORLD FESTIVAL OF INTERIORS
Careful control of perspective and trapezoidal shapes, avoid the entry of direct sunlight into the space, without cancelling the view towards the garden.
Floating slightly above the ground sensation accentuated by windows hitting the ground.
The flagship design features a façade of 210 stacked, translucent display boxes in a herringbone pattern.
An impressive ‘six legged creature’ stretches its body across the water.