Three single boxes placed on a cantilevered flat roof are connected by a glass corridor creating zones with different qualities.
The concrete structure on the North Tyrolean side juts out like an erratic boulder into the South Tyrolean side, underlining the cross-border nature of the Timmelsjoch Experience.
A series of ‘intelligent’ tables with a complex structure derived from the use of computer modelling.
A fluid, organically growing, psychedelic landscape.
An adjustable lighting piece inspired by the contemporary Japanese dance ‘Butoh’.
The court building is designed as a spatial composition in which a vertical rectangular prism, containing the judicial wing, penetrates into a horizontally laid-out prism, with a sloping upper face, housing the judiciary services and the foyer.
The AZ versatile desk grows along with your kid as it has three available positions.
A spectacular, multifunctional formulation with a social impact using minimum design and contrasting structural dynamics.
Blaze has been designed to populate the disparate roadside verges of the A66 in Middlesbrough.
The structure comprises over 1000 forks arranged in the shape of an abstracted fish.
Guilherme Torres has designed a residence based on the habits and rhythm of its inhabitants.
The bridge lies like a trench in the fortress and the moat, shaped to blend in with the outlines of the landscape.
‘Forms of nature’ jewellery collection was inspired by animals and sea creatures.
The interactivity of this light installation resembles a flock of birds.
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.
A 260 metre tall tower and a 300 metre tall tower are connected in the centre by a pixelated cloud of additional program offering amenities and outside spaces with wide views.
Pixelation games provide a constantly changing vision of their work.
Perforated white concrete facades orchestrate a perception game.
The building carries the language of the existing Baroque and Victorian facades while keeping a contemporary aesthetic.
A gate to the hilly landscape of the Wachau region in Lower Austria.