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.
An interior ‘Lightfall’ and the parabolas of the façade record and enhance the complex geometry of this iconic building.
Technical solutions integrated seamlessly into the building’s ribbon-like form.
New research and development building.
A study for future travel as part of the Future Design Series by NAU.
This striking project is the 1st Prize in the Invited Competition for the new aquarium in the Georgian seaport of Batumi.
Facets, random polygons and extrusions shape a mysterious and seductive out-of-this-world lighting device.
The Aura Coffee Table and Stool were created through explorations of different ways of transforming and sectioning the geometric figure of a torus.
An invited international competition won by Plasma Studio with collaborators GroundLab and LAUR Studio.
Research and experimentation on the relation between emerging material technologies and fashion design.
Piranesi’s Carceri resurfaces in the urban landscape. A dystopia spreads over the city revealing a paradoxical state of non finito.
Accessories in the shape of paradoxical prosthetics evoke discomfort challenging our false certainty.
A design experiment using fashion, packaging, typography and photography, an interaction between two and three dimensional worlds.
The Jellyfish House, a beautiful and unique sample of the expressive architectural research and experimentation, is now part of the SFMOMA permanent collection.
Loss of identity and exploitation captivated in an annoyingly attractive and magnetising still scene.
Connecting the cultural complex with the surrounding areas and new residential development was the key consideration for the design.
NEX and Buro Happold complete innovative ‘bio-mimicry’ design for The Times Eureka Pavilion at Chelsea Flower Show.
A mini landmark highlights the essence of expressive architectural research and becomes an urban catalyst.
Water droplets in nature were the inspiration for ‘The Pod’ pavilion structure creating a dynamic spherical form resulting in a primitive building archetype with a modern twist.