New BMW Electrical Scooter’s launch in Barcelona closed with seminars about future challenges of Urban Mobility.
Geometric forms, contrasted aspects, slight collision of colours, shapes, and garments beyond functionality and the very sense of minimalism drew the line of the final cut.
The façade becomes a picture frame in which lives inside the building emerge like vivid motifs of a painting, against the background of monotonous commercial buildings.
Nick Leith-Smith transforms a generic London office suite into a bespoke, highly crafted space.
The folding of straight and curved lines projected and mixed in a dynamic dance resulted in this furniture series.
A series of 11 lamps made of 3D-knitted textile with glow-in-the-dark effect, inspired by microscopic organisms and the phenomenon of bioluminescence.
The project, all wood, expresses the French expertise in timber frame, in its most ‘innovative’ form: free forms.
The design of the interior is based on the idea of a linear closet – window display that runs across the house expressing the client’s fascination with clothes.
Weathering corten steel and the purity of the concrete structure were used to reflect the new era of expression of wine artistry for the Bietighöfer winery.
The project was driven by a social-cultural agenda promoting Indonesian films and creating a venue where people of all backgrounds could watch a movie on the big screen for free.
The material palette gives the project a rustic, timeless appearance: Its brown coloured concrete volumes are carefully positioned, partly cantilevered above the tree tops, respecting the existing ecosystem.
Overall Leaf Award 2013 & Public building of the year, Culture
The transformation of a 1967 holiday home into a contemporary main residence without losing its character.
These pieces are made with a rotational molding technique; the principle characteristic of this process is that the material is 100% recyclable and there are endless possibilities as to it’s shaping.
The inspiration behind the Alice sculpture was a search for commonality in glass and nature.
An undulating surface formed from long strips of laminated plywood woven in and out of a bronze grid, onto which projecting shelves are attached to hold individual pairs of shoes.
Award of the Interior category Public-Tertiary of the ArchiDesignClub Awards 2014 by Muuuz
A carefully lit tranquil white space takes on two roles for its artist residence: home and exhibition space.
A minimal lighting system which includes a wall, floor lamp, pendant and ceiling light.
A photo-shoot in beautiful Rome.