The studio roof folds over at one side and hits the ground at a single point, continuing new irregular geometry to frame a double height view of the leafy garden.
Muji’s most recent addition to its prefab line, the Vertical House, was built to fit into tight urban spaces.
Nelson Garrido has shared his photographs of the project with us that was named the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize 2009-2013 winner.
The seats and table fold and stand alone when not in use, and have a double use as a partition, like Japanese sudare window blinds.
The installation at the Rijksmuseum can be seen as a performative sculpture that unites the movement of industrial motors with silk chalice structures into a natural choreography.
The first two pieces in the range – a meeting table and desk respond to the fluid, dynamic nature of today’s workplace and the need for flexibility to support both relaxed group working and individual study.
Inspired by Moiré patterns and optical art the 2.8m deep wall façade consists of a three-layer multi-sized hexagon system in fiberglass, steel, aluminum and glass.
Designing pedestrian walkways in a serpentine, wave like pattern brings the city and the waterfront closer together at regular intervals.
A series of three-dimensional planes fragment, fold and wrap into each other around a tripartite plan which allows the structure to fit among the existing trees.
Splinter Works are exhibiting new works at the Unexpected Design group show hosted by Ventique London
The project explores a unique housing typology which offers comfort in the familiar but hard context of Japanese cities.
Original and modern, its secret lies in the double-face wooden top. With a simple move, you can choose whether to use the oak side veneered with
natural finish or the funny side with a bold colour.
Phase One of New Jersey’s Tallest Residential Towers Breaks Ground
A dialogue from a juxtaposition of languages, materials and construction systems which could give body to existing spaces highlighted by photographer José Campos
The Lak Collection exploits once again the lacquer theme and now it introduces the first series of trays/coffee tables made of lacquered Cristalplant.
A villa designed around the concept of a film set; In a sense all villas belong to a very same lineage: a stage for the domestic drama: love, passion, adultery.
A series of sofas, beds, low tables, corner shelving unit and mirror for the peg series, following the 2013 peg chair and side table.
The latest generation of the British premium small car wins the 2014 ‘Golden Classic Steering Wheel’. The new MINI and its predecessors.
The design tries to capture and balance the vernacular with the modern; subtle details in the stills by photographer Jose Campos.
Metallic louvers conjure images of soft clothing.