The Planning Museum is a ‘subtractive’ space, while the Ecology Museum is an ‘additive’ complement, a reversal of the space carved out from the Planning Museum.
The image of an enlarged traditional Schijndel farm printed on the glass façade adds an element of nostalgic remembrance.
A three level fare faced concrete slab accommodates within its structure a tree and the element of water.
Superkilen honored by American Institute of Architects (AIA)
An intervention characterized by versatility, adaptability and neutrality.
The box within a box concept reversed.
Digital manipulation project, based on ‘siamese’ and geometric forms.
3D printed remix of the classic Eames chair.
The lamp is based on, and tribute to the universal art of hand shadows.
BIG adds to Miami skyline transforming the Coconut Grove Waterfront with twisting towers.
Two volumes of a different geometry joined by a glass hallway engage in a dialogue with the landscape beautifully captured by Joao Morgado.
Hand-like enclosures in the form of louvered boxes make references to handpicked vegetables.
‘SPLINTER’ will be presented at the imm cologne, Germany 14-20th Jan 2013
Stefan Mϋller’s photographic works of unhewn stone were applied directly onto the glazing.
An extruded timber elliptical shell, reminiscent of wood shaving, forms a small terrace in the lawn.
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.
A residence combining two volumes of opposite qualities.
RUR proposes a dynamic 3-dimensional urbanism that takes advantage of the site’s unique lateral positioning with respect to the city grid.