Accommodating the city’s growing population of one- and two-person households.
BIG adds to Miami skyline transforming the Coconut Grove Waterfront with twisting towers.
The contour lines of the natural topography of the site are conceived as a dynamic vector field which has been activated by the strategic placement of key programmatic elements.
Rather than trying to fit the furniture into the apartment, the architects decided to fit the apartment into the furniture!
The relation between the water and house is central to the design.
The alternating rhythm of L-shaped wall and glass strip create multiple orthogonal edges that contour in harmony with the shape of the site to form the overall building.
BIG designs cross # towers in Seoul, Korea
The dwellings are designed from an invariable core with a modulated addition which completes the requirements of the program.
The successful rehabilitation of an old building captured by João Morgado.
Restaurant and residence co exist under the punctured façade masking the building’s scale.
The meandering white ribbon-like façade is the highlight of this housing and commercial development.
A ship-like form, the new municipal office, aims to become an icon for The Hague.
An apartment block of two residences enjoys views over three levels while keeping its privacy by playing with a variety of openings.
This residential tower operates as an ‘observatory’, composed of a smoothly rising stack of glazed-unit apartments.
A building playing with its volumes reflecting the environment into its shimmering façade.
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.
The cocoon blurs the lines between floor, wall and ceiling allowing the formation of a multi use mystic space.
Russian version of ‘Plug in city’ where the project is a parasitical element clamped between the blind facades of houses.