The memorial design begins with an abstract object, solid, pure and whole, one that is composed of a number of uniform rectangular tubes. Elements are then purposefully erased to affect dissolution of the whole and signify that for humanity, our loss is permanent.
The building’s typology develops sequentially, its structure similar to that of a film where the undisputed protagonist is the automobile. In fact the visitor, as the spectator of a film, is obliged, frame by frame, to follow the physical and psychological route as dictated by the museum’s architect.
A Clothing Store As Soft As Clothes, As Soft As Skin. PVC sheeting is pulled down from the ceiling onto the walls; it’s pulled out from the walls, and pushed back in, to make shelves; it’s pulled out and around to make a counter.
Sydney’s digital origami tigers have been adopted by the World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) for their international Year of the Tiger campaign. The official launch was held at Hauptbahnhof, Berlin’s central station, where they will be on display until 30th August.
The architects concentrated on the idea of artic glacier, and developed a methodology to virtually design artic furniture and literally printing them out into the real. It was a virtual exercise with physical form as outcome that cuts new ground for realising and materialising a usable product from unhinged creativity.
The design of the Lion Gate Project creates an urban spine as main generator, an organism which will structure Dubai new and reactivate the link between Dubai historical old town and the future projects – communication between Bur Dubai to Deira, or vice versa.
The studio projects are of a strategic nature and highly confidential, hence the building is lifted above ground, high above the crowns of trees, floating like clouds, overlooking the distant skyline. The remaining two thirds of the office space exist within its sub terrain.