Why buy a new chair when you can dress up the one you have?
Highlights from Day 4
Highlights from Day 3
Highlights from Day 2
The clever use of half-floors allowed great visual amplitudes and dynamic interconnections between spaces and lots of extra square metres.
Viewpoint offers Londoners a chance to experience an escape from hectic city life on a secluded islet in the heart of the city.
A cross-formed corridor carries the public spaces while the private ones occupy its four corners creating a square. All is viewed through the void above where the playroom is.
GLA-CLASS STRUTS ITS STREET STYLE AT MERCEDES-BENZ FASHION WEEK. Highlights from day1.
Joao Morgado captures the tension between the house and garden, obtained through the creation of ‘balconies’ that are intentionally higher than needed.
Accessed by kayak, the sauna will create an enticing refuge from the city, a moment to escape, relax and reinvigorate.
The use of fare faced concrete runs throughout the design and is highlighted in the interior by dark wooden details.
Outfits that make it possible for man to live through a dark future. Inspired by Brutalist architecture due to the linear, fortress-like and blockish look.
The house would replace the missing mountain that was scraped away, but not as a mountain, but a shadow or negative of the rock; what was found once the rock was removed, a hard glinting obsidian shard.
A sculptural stairwell is ‘inserted’ playing with the scale of the house while creating new spatial relationships and acknowledging the importance of light. Jose Campos adds another layer of abstraction through his photographs.
The largest presentation of his work to-date: 25 years of design.
The recent work by Karina Wiciak – SZMACIARNIA club & restaurant is the last and the 12th part in the collection ‘XII’.
Four boxes integrate indoors and outdoors. Designed to produce large overhangs, the concrete boxes act as grate shades devices for the tropical climate.
Elica, is organizing a workshop open to designers and architects and is promoting a scholarship in Italy, presenting for the first time ever in New York Pescecappa, the extraordinary work by Gaetano Pesce.
Large openings eliminate the presence of windows transforming the house into an enormous concrete porch that provides continuity between the outside and inside.
The large hipped roof, which is the main design feature, accommodates the attic while offering the living room its double volume.