Carved from the confines of an existing structure beneath the High Line, this installation envelops visitors within a glacial cavern excavated from a single material.
Stage-managed spaces entice the visitor into fascinating worlds full of intensity and magic.
The program brief was for an office space shared by an IT company and a multi-media setup.
An ambitious adaptive re-use project – modern residences built within the walls of the old Theriesenhospital, the oldest building in Düsseldorf and a registered national landmark.
The concept is ‘a space made by signs, and the space itself with the signs guides the visitors’. Its name ‘SIGNTERIOR’ which means ‘SIGN’ + ‘INTERIOR’ is representative of this project.
A radiant contemporary villa, given rhythm by a sequence of varying sized cubes made from pure materials: wood, stone, metal and glass.
OMA’s first completed project in Hong Kong opened on 28 September 2010: museum-quality exhibition space and offices for the Edouard Malingue Gallery, the city’s first gallery dedicated to Impressionist and Modernist masterpieces.
The architects offer a solution to the practical demands of the Flemish Parliament in which they integrate their projects in a beautiful and elegant way in the existing architecture of the protected monument.
Blurring the definition between technology and interior space, the showcase room features the latest technology in the fields of media and communication in combination with prototypical products developed by renowned manufacturers.
‘I dreamed about a place which was conceived and built like a television, cinema or music studio. I wanted this place to offer teenagers the same potential for action and creation as the professional equivalent…’
The exhibition designers have conceived a spatial, urban structure, developed from fundamental, reduced, geometrical elements.
Ministry of Design conceived of 3 unique environments but connected seamlessly in spirit and tempo: Space to Impress, Space to Interact and Space to Create.
The street expanded into the main hall of the building creating an open plan office space with a forest- like ambience, leaves and shadows.
The architect implemented the white cross as a new volume in the existing space and created openings into this white space. He lights up the periphery: the border between old an new. In that respect, the layer outside of the white cross becomes the outer space, generating pictures of ‘the old times’ like looking outside a window into another landscape.
The round and square shapes, soft blobs and new antiques create a unity of the architecture and the interior design.
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.
French photographer Alexis Raimbault captures the presence of an alien object deriving in the urban context.
The triangulated shape offers an interesting interior space for each room while establishing an intimate relation with the existing small houses in the surroundings.