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.
Arup has signed the contract for phase two of the Ashgabat Olympic complex.
The deadline for all applications is 5pm on 28 February.
Alfred has painstakingly sourced an array of vintage pieces and has designed the rest of the furniture, resulting in a bespoke atmosphere and a unique décor.
Second prize winner at KOBE Biennale 2011 Art in a Container International Competition.
This single white chair multiplies itself mimicking the location in which it is placed.
Manufactured objects conspicuously transform into unexpected new forms.
The City of London should be greener and taller, say architects.
Ashkan Honarvar has dismantled luxurious porcelain figurines items to create new compositions that show no real identity but still radiate wealth.
The focus is on the material, structure and silhouette.
Exploring the notion of pleats.
Homage to 1950s American design.
‘ORISHIKI’ is a new carrying device consisting of a single piece of two dimensional structures, constructed of triangular segments which can be folded like origami, and can wrap things like furoshiki.
Exploded zip from which black cherry leather escapes.
‘…My philosophy is basically not to have one, but always experimenting and trying new things. My inspirations change constantly, and I prefer not to dwell too much with what I did last season, but instead start fresh’.
Marine Research Centre takes its formative clues from Tsunami Structure.
The architect not fond of the site’s surroundings, a garage and an old iron factory decided on an introvert design; balcony-like spaces are mirrored inwards looking towards the main spaces of the house.