The client, a four member family, felt that their privacy and security were indispensable. A slim slab of concrete with its back against the wall provided the answer.
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.
The project achieves a maximum optimization of SIP’s structural and dimensional qualities.
A contemporary building that adds a new layer to the historic layers of the cathedral.
The intervention preserves the historical heritage of the building and simultaneously adds new values which highlight and singularize the ancient church in a contemporary way.
Bent polymer sheets refer to floral petals forming a beautiful self-supporting structure.
The architects designed a blind box clad covered top to bottom in pearly-iridescent ceramic tiles creating a vibrant volume in constant change.
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 synthesis out of carefully arranged white volumes.
A piece is incrusted into the sloping land, maintaining its natural profile which is overshadowed by the house on top.
A Pavilion for the Central Park of Paju Eunjung New Town, Korea
A gate to the hilly landscape of the Wachau region in Lower Austria.
The entire program of the refurbishment takes place on perimetrical fringe of variable thickness, leaving a reprogrammable interior space.
Russian version of ‘Plug in city’ where the project is a parasitical element clamped between the blind facades of houses.
A concrete slide addition offers fun for the kids and an artistic twist to the dining room.
Creation of a multi use furniture unit for a child. Just a partition or a journey of endless uses and possibilities?
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.
Flaps and folds orchestrate games with light as it penetrates the building.
The installation, Nocturne of the Limax maximus, includes a fifteen-foot-long, wall-mounted horizontal sculpture called Slug, and a free-standing floor-to-ceiling structure titled Egg.