Simple and pure, yet extremely imposing, the 2009 Mies van der Rohe Award winning opera house is definitely a new classic.
A cluster of small shelters for skaters in one of the coldest cities of the world.
Paris based photographer Marc DA CUNHA LOPES depicts a series of paradoxical skeletons in a domestic background.
A second skin that supports and protects the foot by Dutch designer Frieke Severs. ‘Footstickers’ was an independent graduation project at Nike EMEA.
Blurring the boundary between public and private spaces and tampering with scale are the two issues that compose the concept for this tower.
‘Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it. I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free’ Michelangelo.
Its stylish design makes sure that this particular tool is not left unwanted at the corner of some toolbox.
Its fair faced hollowed-out concrete structure overhangs the natural settings and acts as a raised observation platform blending the boundaries of interior and exterior.
A rocking base and a faceted cushion add a fresh feel to an icon of minimalistic aesthetics.
Cool curlers with a street attitude.
The cane becomes a high tech gadget and simultaneously a useful prosthetic device that enhances the individual’s interaction with his/her surroundings.
The design concept is based on two intersecting prisms situated on a naturally inclined site within the trees ensuring the survival of natural environments.
The purity and abstraction of whiteness in a refurbished penthouse by Fran Silvestre reaches a state of the sublime.
nendo literally turned convention on its head, making flowers blooming in vases into vases blooming from flowers for Czech glass and lighting company ‘Lasvit’ in collaboration with Fabio Novembre.
An unprecedented project comprised of 47 desert lodges carved into the desert rock.
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 ‘Bridge School’ bridges the two parts of the small village of Xiashi that lie on either side of a small creek running about ten metres below the village.
A fluid, organic installation that floats in an atrium’s void revealing unexpectedly complex geometries.