Verónica Martínez Design, VMD, takes the dynamic shapes found in our natural surroundings and reimagines them in functional design.
‘M4’ with Francois Roche and others have led a series of workshops around the world where new technologies, digital fabrication and narration are mixed together to create a new idea of architecture.
Ora collaborates with adidas Originals in a 3 season collaboration, a match brought about by a mutual admiration for breaking the rules and our shared rebellious natures.
Studio Drift is part of the multi faceted art exhibition ‘FEITO POR BRASILEIROS/ MADE BY BRAZILIANS’ from September 9th until October 12th 2014.
The concept involves surrounding the site with a peripheral wall creating an enclosed living room, a private garden with a patio house over it.
The beauty of timber use enhanced by white backdrops and the transparency of glass.
The sculptural and graphic nature of the ArquitectonicaGEO-designed portals and tunnel interiors elevate, highlight and celebrate infrastructure.
Using ‘Schedule 40’ steel tubes, the installation explores the idea of constructing parametric surfaces with fields of linear strands which simultaneously define variable spatial conditions in synchronicity with structural needs.
Expansion and refurbishment of the Parish Church of Brembo Dalmine by PBEB Architetti-Paolo Belloni.
Fun, Pop Art references and Lichtenstein-esque illustrations in Philipp Plein’s Resort ’15 collection.
Jia Du Clubhouse by architects U10 in Langfang, Hebei, China, photographed by Zhang Guangyuan.
Andromeda here I come, editorial and video for graduation work of young fashion designer Ana Mićković, inspired by futuristic shapes of clothes.
Located in Stuttgart, Germany, Apartment D is a residential project created by Ippolito Fleitz Group.
‘Orpus in Claustrum’ body jewelry collection by Olga Noronha. Sensational structured items envelope the body in a constructivist manner.
Smartvoll Architekten have designed the House H in Salzburg, Austria.
The position of the house is in the midst of nature half buried waiting to be discovered.
Curved bamboo tent-like structures unfold to define space while acting like a roof cover that floats over the visitors walking beneath.
A walk-in sculpture was planted between the remnants of the foundations of two different house types.
Prosecutor’s Office building received The International Architecture Award 2014 by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies.
Octa takes its name from its eight legs (octo meaning eight in Greek) and is inspired by the game of Mikado pick-up sticks.