Residential interior designed by Ajax Law Ling Kit and Virginia Lung, Hong Kong.
Office interior for Macquarie in Sydney, Australia, with a flexible and mobile working environment organized around an atrium.
A beautiful concrete double-height space highlights the gallery’s extension.
Mushroom shaped structures float above the tables like nests, forming the mezzanine of a bar – restaurant with intense ‘70s influences.
French National Centre for Scientific Research conference facilities renovation in Meudon, France.
Mass-produced non-woven white fabric hats become the backdrop for Hirata’s delicate handmade hats.
Office interiors for HTL Aircon, Mumbai, an Air Conditioner Consultant, designed in 2008 by Kingshuk Datta with the Planet 3 Studios Architecture team.
A scenario inspired by the topology of the place, just like a ‘box’ sunk into the sand.
A fluid, organic installation that floats in an atrium’s void revealing unexpectedly complex geometries.
A wine cellar storage system that vanishes, leaving the floating bottles as the sole element on display.
Puma House Tokyo combines the brand’s press room and event space into one space for the first time.
The space is fragmented into different compartments that house the program in height.
The purity and abstraction of whiteness in a refurbished penthouse by Fran Silvestre reaches a state of the sublime.
Doors, apart from equally dividing the areas, have become the tool that express the apartment’s versatility.
Nouvel Odeon offers a new way of experiencing the cinema combing state of the art technology and intimate scale.
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.
Tower Studio is the fourth of a series of six artists’ studios to be presented.
The architects worked hard to make the chapel look like ‘just another’ colossal boulder atop the mountain.