The judges, Zaha Hadid, Ivan Harbour, Catherine Slessor, Eva Jiricna and Graham Stirk looked beyond the architecture, at the composition, sense of place, atmosphere and scale.
A rather peculiar exterior reveals an intriguing interior . Its design is a result of the knowledge of the value of space, the weather conditions and the qualities of wood.
A new ‘semi-public’ multi use school landscape for leisure activities.
MultipliCITY is a flat-pack outdoor furniture system for the public.
A diamond for the family jewels. A custom made bike shed from rust proof steel and polycarbonate sheets.
Rectangular cantilevered volumes like ‘eyes’ catch the best views of the ocean.
‘Simon Says’, the newest member of the Mino Collection, combines clean straight lines with Aqua’s signature natural silk.
Three undulating forms rest on the slope and stretch overhanging the landscape.
Installed above a dining table the clear glass tubes extrude through the ceiling material and are lit within the glass in order to refract patterns across the ceiling.
This 10 metre long hybrid element explores the space, folding to and for to meet various functional requirements and creating a landscape surface for the shop front display.
Ever wondered was to do with Christmas trees cluttering the sidewalks? Danielle Carignan turned trashed Christmas trees into art.
The only multilingual kids tablet, and the 100+ apps UI based on children’s dreams.
The third AV monograph devoted to the British architect gathers fifty works and projects developed in the 21st century, and is the longest AV issue published to date.
The Honeycomb will be the centrepiece of Albany’s masterplan, a modern beach and golf resort community.
Makarov 9 mm semi-automatic pistol designed by Nikolai Fyodorovich Makarov Soviet in 1948.
The Mirror House is a private villa with a façade consisting entirely of reflective glass, which acts as a camouflage and an obstruction of the view of its interior.
‘walff rethink inside’ is a group of Spanish designers, architects and craftsmen.
When you enter the cinema, you encounter a sea of whiteness. Pages of the books are flipping along the wall making references to the white background and black font printing format.
The grungy ‘junkyard’ concept is designed to demonstrate the potential of putting waste material to stylish use.
When two of the new lamps are lined up together, the space between them forms the upside-down silhouette of the Bourgie lamp.