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.
Metal and fur – a collection born from the desire to juxtapose two incredibly sensual materials that are fundamentally opposite.
A single box with a single skylight is inspired by an ancient optical device – the camera lucida.
A galvanized steel sub-structure thought as large shelves provides support for different sized hollow ceramic pieces that form the façade.
Thanks to the innovative Comfort Air® technology, you can convey the warm air where it is needed and at the desired temperature
The Kolla School is built as a supplement to an existing school where the schoolyard serves as a linking passage and provides a creative outdoor environment.
Multifunctional felt containers cute, handy and sustainable!
The former farm, the Bavarian forest, the exceptional location, a building with an intense history and the intuition to discover the potentials of the hidden things, were the key elements that inspired the architects.
The timber panelling is both decorative and functional; rotating timber shutters reveal splashes of colour and tone in the rotated position.
The styling and technical features of the staircase are enhanced by the possibility of producing an ultra-slim step trim (thin sheet of metal clad with wood) which is inserted directly into the stringer with near-invisible grouting.
Bosco Verticale, a residential high-rise development with its own urban forest in Milan, won the International Highrise Award 2014.