The Nobel Snowflake by Swedish firm Wingårdh Arkitektkontor, is shortlisted in the architectural competition to design the Nobel Center.
A beautiful wooden mask, one of the many layers of the façade, shields the residency from the busy city centre.
Designed to blend into its surrounding typography, the hotel is partially inserted into the slope of the hill and offers a varying appearance depending on one’s point of view.
Unique modern design, rising from the sand dunes a few meters away from the best Portuguese beach.
‘We can’t go home again’ exhibition by Didier Faustino is about familiar objects becoming uncanny devices of another reality haunting our homes.
The architects’ ambition was to provide a series of new domestic spaces that were pulled together as a whole by a new staircase and voids between the different levels to create a psychologically expanded space.
Rather than a standard grid of Perspex containers, the array of multi-coloured sweets is set within an elaborate sculptural container, inspired by scientiﬁc models of the atomic structure.
The ‘Turnaround House’ turns to face the sun. A transformative residential extension opening up to the courtyard.
‘La Spina Dorsale’ 2013 BA Collection by Swedish/Italian fashion designer Lisa Laurell Amandonico at Beckmans College of Design, Stockholm.
‘Engawa’, the Japanese veranda as a vehicle of connecting and renegotiating the boundary between the inside and the outside space.
‘In a World without Words’ series by Brooklyn based Korean photographer Ina Jang.
Designer Simon Heijdens has created ‘Phare No.1-9′ an installation that ‘projects’ the wind movement onto the floor as patterns of light.
Sala Rattanakosin is a renovation project of Sala Resorts and Spa. Its highlight is the roof top bar where one can observe the bird-eye-views of the older parts of Bangkok.
A volume in which the horizontality prevails and that the image of earthen construction does prevail by partially burying the lower floor level, in contrast with the verticality of the existing trees.
Corpus Fraterna, graduate collection by fashion designer Sarah Ryan at Limerick School Of Art And Design.
The house is transformed into continuous open-concept spaces in which natural light makes a soft voyage and exaggerates the length of the rooms.
A redundant Second World War bunker in the Netherlands turned into a sculpture by Dutch studios RAAAF and Atelier de Lyon.
A prototype shelter for cyclists, a movable construction that can open up cross-country cycling.
Giant stairs gently stepping down the volume form a sequence of green squares.
The installation, as a partial model of the real building, resembles the enlarged internal structure of cocoon.