Three concrete blocks arranged in a flower petal pattern around triangular courtyards form the module of this kindergarten project.
A classic project by Acconci Studio:
The warping of dome into bowl, and vice versa, forms a playground, a space frame that functions as monkey bars, a tubular slide cuts through the grid. Functions are mixed on this island: the playground doubles as the backdrop of the stage and as a wall and ceiling.
A coffee library in which visitors can learn more about drinks.
A lighting choreography inspired from Tai Chi postures.
The concept of the mountain and grey colour were the two sources of inspiration for this clubhouse design.
A fluid, organic installation that floats in an atrium’s void revealing unexpectedly complex geometries.
Dune Wall is a surface treatment indented for indoor and outdoor use. Dune is currently produced locally in high strength gypsum and also in eco friendly cast concrete using locally sourced ingredients, natural pigments and a soya based finish.
Ornamental metal panels carry large openings accentuating the vertical movement of the project.
State Prize for Architecture. The jury appreciated their courage to use a decidedly contemporary language of form, without quoting alpine clichés.
Wooden sliding doors open up the residence to its surroundings or transform into a shield against the reoccurring typhoons.
Shaping looking, seeing and contemplating.
The addition of a new glazed canopy which runs from the bow along both sides of the ship to the stern has been made, enabling the dry berth beneath the lifted hull to be opened up to the public for the first time.
The Museum of Polish History competition entry.
Zerafa Studio’s design called for the installation of a museum quality interior with careful detailing and a thoughtful material selection that would retain the character and scale of the original space.
The concept for the design is based on an information transferring device, the transmitter.
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.
Creation of a living space for a teenager in a 12m² building.
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.
Nanshan Wedding Center is a new architectural typology: on the one hand, the architects hope to bring a new identity to the process of marriage registration; and on the other hand, it provides a different type of public space.