Two curving formwork elements made of reinforced concrete appearing as two carefully receptive hands.
A house with a dual personality accommodates an intimate, introverted, closed house with a courtyard and an outward looking, open glasshouse above.
The project became another opportunity for the architects to search the theoretical and practical arena of Architecture. The client’s functional needs and budget in combination with the aura of the place let to the idea of inserting small courtyards into the plan.
Sculpting the horse figure as a one piece abstract white origami installation.
A study on abstract simulation of nature.
Russian version of ‘Plug in city’ where the project is a parasitical element clamped between the blind facades of houses.
The architects designed a blind box clad covered top to bottom in pearly-iridescent ceramic tiles creating a vibrant volume in constant change.
The architects create a boundary between the forest and the existing building filtering the vistas to and from each other.
The house was designed around the concept of maximizing the feeling of spaciousness.
BIG adds to Miami skyline transforming the Coconut Grove Waterfront with twisting towers.
A dynamic, angular form rises from a pedestal to reach the sky.
heri&salli have conceived a steel structure similar to a cocoon around a swimming pool in a private garden.
AGi architects, in collaboration with Bonyan Design, win the competition for this building.
Trapezoidal shapes and a careful control of perspective created a dynamic, fluid space.
Floor-to-ceiling translu-cent fabric walls maintain a shared mystique environment
The main challenge was to reconfigure a public housing apartment amidst the regulatory constraints into an object of spatial flow. The concept was simple: to create a large space with distributed furniture and a mirrored surface to reflect the surrounding spaces.
‘We are small but important!’ This statement stood in the focus of attention for the conception of the children’s house.
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 lighting project created using nothing but the basic materials: a bulb connector and an electric cable.
The Pavilion project refers to its own scale. It is not considered a model of a larger structure or a building, neither is it an art installation. It is a prototypical architecture.