This year’s Arup and DSAI joint proposal reused a total of 2050 A2 drawing sheets from the recycling bins and created a water bomb origami-like canopy capable of spanning across the main hall of the Great Hall building in Toronto.
The main element of the façade is light and shadow, instead of the aluminum inspired from Paul Cézanne and the Japanese art of Origami.
Motorway billboards become triangular homes for the homeless by designdevelop
Stacked white planes out of which intersecting filleted planes seemingly grow out of.
‘The HOUSE OF CARDS is a new light installation that was shown at the Old City of Jerusalem (Hurva Square) during the 6th Light in Jerusalem Festival.
The building is an angular layout that brings together three building volumes under a sloping roof creating three new outdoor urban and learning spaces.
Now available in bookstores is the monograph dedicated to the houses of the Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza.
The year 2014 entails four new products, all distinguished by a linear and informal silhouette and by the youthful and original application of colour and materials, first and foremost metal.
Jasper Morrison, Patternity, Raw Edges and Studioilse will present a personal vision of a room which will intrigue and amuse visitors to Trafalgar Square for ‘A Place Called Home’.
A winding technique for modular, double layered fiber composite structures, which reduces the required formwork to a minimum while maintaining a large degree of geometric freedom with spectacular results.
A hideaway in the countryside where one could ‘hole up’ and gather strength.
Mushrooms might not replace steel and concrete soon, but Hy-Fi shows that they do have a place in today’s construction market.
The design concept was ‘Garden of Light’ which sums up the project: maintaining and improving the existing garden, while providing joyful and well lit spaces.
Arup’s lighting designers created the conceptual and detailed lighting for the internal public spaces, library, offices, study areas and the exterior of the building.
An epic and poetic journey through a surreal world. Here is a small tribute to modern architecture, isometric video games and sci-fi literature.
The thatched roof rises above the forest like the backbone of a sleeping dinosaur, minimally disturbing the forest.
A wooden box, the living room, is meant to act like a cocoon into which its occupants seek internal peace after work ,a transition, to be able to enjoy a hobby.
DRIFT is the winning entry of the centennial festival of riverboats pavilion design competition.
Soho qualifies fully for the category of eco-sustainable products which, in addition to guaranteeing low energy consumption levels, are made with fully-recyclable materials.
The project, beautifully photographed by Ricardo Oliveira Alves, aims to reconstitute a Mediterranean life style in which the outdoor spaces of streets, plazas and gardens are like an extension of the house itself.