As part of a creative partnership with the architectural firm B3, DUBUC introduces CLOSE UP, an installation by Sébastien Breton that integrates seamlessly into the Saint-Pierre Street boutique and beautifully complements the collections.
Spa BALNEA’s new reception building, constructed on piles, is nestled unobtrusively in the forest, where it is the hub linking the facility’s existing buildings via outdoor walkways.
The vertical garden, covering front and side elevations, is a tool which allows to integrate the building with its green context.
Make’s HSBC Quai des Bergues project took home ‘Global Project of the Year’ at the esteemed FX International Interior Design Awards 2014.
Three Milano radiators, designed in 2006 by Antonia Astori and Nicola De Ponti for Tubes, have become part of the permanent design collection at Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich.
A wall clock that tells the time using numbers of seed heads on the dandelion clocks, rather than numerals.
The school’s meandering design preserves the existing vegetation, frames the outside entrance and provides an additional schoolyard.
MIX takes it’s shape from the sound wave generated from the recording of a footstep in the snow.
amphibianArc embeds vertical water+greenery into Dongfeng Shopping Mal
The architects took as a departure point an experience of the woodlot, still a common feature in York Region; to simulate the experience of entering a woodlot.
The design is based on two complimentary ideas of mutability. The cloud being a natural, transitional thing and the rock exaggerates the topography of the site.
With a simple built in adjustment system hidden inside, 360 shelf takes your favourite things for a spin.
Misty impressions of iconic public figures.
LAMPP – Turn your phone into a smartlight
The houses are embedded on the terrain with the roofs treated as semiarid landscape and only the sunken gardens, near the water table are irrigated.
Home Farm – a concept for the next generation of retirement housing for Singapore.
The building is based on the surrounding landscape, with its flat slightly sloping dunes and the distinctive typology of the small fishermen houses.
The glorification of the cherry tree. Mirrors are set at an angle between the two buildings creating the illusion of a forest.
The highlight of this building is the façade. The panels seem to be moving with the sun but they are caught in the act forming windows, balconies and incisions.
The new collection is launched today at IFFT TOKYO, 26. – 28. november 2014.