Umbrella covers are notoriously easy to lose, but the design utilises the inside of the handle, ordinarily ‘dead space’, to integrate the cover and umbrella.
Visitors to the BMW Museum will for the first time be able to admire over 30 original vehicles, smaller exhibits and accessories from 55 years of MINI history.
ALPER GÜNDÜZ, TURKISH DESIGNER, IS ONE OF THE TWO WINNERS OF HIM, THE 38TH INTERNATIONAL CONTEST LAUCHED BY FORMABILIO.COM
An ephemeral concert hall for one grand-piano and 15 visitors.
The anthracite concrete box, raised a meter and a half off the ground, only allows one entering: the entrance, backed also by a slight bending of the glass wall that divides the porch.
A façade of 6,000 pure-glass blocks enable the creation of an open, clearly articulated garden that admits the city scenery.
A Hotel where each room is a detached small independent house with walls constructed in glass framing the best views.
A slice of glazing runs diagonally through the thick concrete facade of the lower floor, emphasising the sloping topography of the site.
Six curved roofs at different heights allow natural light to pour down. Six is an important number for the roof design as God created Man on the sixth day.
AFILLIA by Alessandro Zambelli has been awarded the ADI Design Index 2014 Innovation Award
AN ELEGANT AND FUNCTIONAL TABEL MADE OF STEEL AND WOOD
Global art installation in Tokyo, New York, San Francisco, Shanghai, Berlin, London and Paris
A room fragrance based on the image of soap bubbles floating up from a bottle’s top into the sky.
Two separate volumes, one for the private and one for the public areas, develop a strong relationship with the garden through the glazing.
This project’s aim is to conceive more than a place: a genuine artistic machine, where stage acting and its grounds of production meet.
David de la Mano’s murals use silhouettes of the human form to tell tales of mutual endeavour, captivity and community.
The circular figure allows an absence of elevations, a circular courtyard and access to all classrooms as well as a playground on the roof.
The green roof is a triple-ring shape drawn with a single stroke, encircling three courtyards inside as safe playgrounds.
The concert hall is a solitaire of concrete with an inclination above the slope in the village centre following the topography and linking with its granite facade to the stone carver tradition of Bailbach
A wooden Greek ‘Π’ letter shape stretches and repeats itself forming a seating surface.