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.
A three level fare faced concrete slab accommodates within its structure a tree and the element of water.
An extruded timber elliptical shell, reminiscent of wood shaving, forms a small terrace in the lawn.
DROP eco-hotel: removable, organic, eco-friendly hotel rooms suitable to be installed on natural locations.
The absence of windows, the blurring of the indoor outdoor boundary is accentuated by two verandas connected by a promenade.
The project explores conventionality and social codes of dress, space and gesture.
To build with air, the abiding dream of every architect.
A balancing act of this contemporary prismatic shaped form touching only 7% of the site.
The reconstruction and refurbishment of Alésia and Mistral cinema theatres.
The wall is designed with the intention of provoking a sense of curiosity by slowly revealing its form and complexity through physical and visual engagement with the work.
The intervention preserves the historical heritage of the building and simultaneously adds new values which highlight and singularize the ancient church in a contemporary way.
White on white – an impressive dialogue.
Designed around the concept of a staircase and a tree.
Joao Morgado has captured the essence of this building; its skin.
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The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
The crystalline geometry used creates an important meaning encompassing Saint Barbara as patron saint of both pastoral care and mining.
A house to die for.