The project includes the design of specific furniture typologies that improve working practices while adding a touch of orange, ANV’s corporate colour.
A completely transparent ground floor which is in relationship with the environment contrasts the usual approach of closed off sports boxes.
nendo undertook an unorthodox re-edit of one of the kiln’s most famous patterns, a small plum flower repeat known as ‘ume komon’ and foliage scrollwork known as ‘karakusa-e’.
A bizarre geometry based on the logic of a single cube’s faces divided in four quadrants, the side ones rotating to frame views while the upper ones are extruded to form the roof.
‘…their works are so many challenges to value systems, socially conditioned prejudices, and the ambiguous relations between East and West.’
The Serpentine Sackler Gallery, designed by Pritzker Architecture Prize laureate Zaha Hadid, will open to the public on Saturday 28 September 2013
Female portraits in bold graphics question the boundaries between sporty and luxurious and, surprisingly, art and fashion.
The totem is a vertical gallery viewed along the staircase gently circulating around the totem allowing one to observe the artworks.
Summer Pavilion for Flux Project at Freedom Park in Atlanta, GA.
A three-bedroom house on top of a warehouse built in the 80′s captured by photographer Joao Morgado.
A roof over four boxes accommodating private spaces creates the feeling of a public square.
The use of dark grey and rusty brown, the colours of concrete and corten steel along with the fluid arrangement of the interior summed up the spirit and essence of volcanoes.
The design incorporates numerous green initiatives, transforming a critically located but abandoned waterfront into a new urban ecological paradigm.
A body plunges into the liquid; a crust of wax crystallises around its curves and folds, growing architectural forms, layer by layer, like a 3d printer drawing directly onto the skin.
An enlarged drawing room functioning as an extension to the main house, where each of the residents can retire in peace.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has confered Alberto Campo Baeza a RIBA International Fellowship.
‘We would like to Evaluate the memory of hydraulic cement, experimenting an innovative digital printing technology All which Enables the generation of a high diffusion product.’
The museum is designed with four playfully linked gabled roofs which are a play on the rhythm of the surrounding roof tops which, seen from the sea, resemble waves rising out above the dyke.
The search for life on Mars begins on Earth.
The new building consists of two intersecting solid cubes which seem to float above a transparent receding ground floor.
A series of modules create a transparent, gill-like envelope with triangular openings giving the design a strong sculptural and facetted identity with an ever-changing play of shadows.
THE COLLECTION concept emerges from the idea of a dynamic exhibition, one that can be looked at and listened to, but also on that can be manipulated continuously, accepting change with a sort of non-sacral relation to the exhibited objects.
The bowls decrease progressively in size, just as pebbles become smaller as the water wears them away.
The Phalanstery Module was designed to explore concepts of zero gravity living.
A film featuring the Alexander McQueen Menswear Autumn/Winter 2013 Collection by John Maybury.
Def: “guapa” – Guapa’ meaning gorgeous/beautiful
A man made material set in nature as a small-scale dwelling located in the corner of the dense pine forest of Mar Azul in Buenos Aires.
A new steel and glass structure balancing on the edge of a cliff offers an uninterrupted view of the Swiss and Austrian Alps.
‘Istà’ will be displayed at the next Cersaie, Spazio Lineabeta, Bologna, Italy
The gap created by lifting the house up is symbolic of the absence one feels after a loss. Its reflective cladding distorts according to the weather conditions.
An eye catching ornamental second skin seduces the passersby with its curious geometry and lighting metamorphoses.
The changing room, effectively an expandable zip-up cocoon made out of sponge and shipping crates, is the highlight of this store.