Physical representation of the idea of Elasticity.
Raising the level of the halls, freeing the ground floor to create public spaces, makes the park extend into the city by passing under the building. A building aiming to ‘feel like a city’.
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The ordinarily hard material gains new functionality and a light, flexible feel, as though the metal has become paper or cloth.
Like a body composed of portions, the shirts arise from the symbiosis of each one of its pieces.
Instead of gathering up a crowd of spaces it rather involves a domain generated by screens which not only work as eaves but highlight the diversity of spatial domains through the seasons
A modern and functional clinic that reflects the charm and pleasantness suggested by its name: Dental Angels.
The dynamism of sports is the concept around which the façade was designed; a custom made structure clad with perforated metal and aluminum panels.
Behind its lively yellow walls, the building assembles seventy start-ups businesses developing new digital applications.
Established in 2006, the annual Skyscraper Competition is one of the world’s most prestigious awards for high-rise architecture.
An everyday simple and modern coffee table for this generation that rejects the status symbol of the old English tea room and its owner – the upper social class
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The designers used colour to give each room its own recognizable identity to decipher the previous labyrinth-like space but also integrated into a signage general strategy that lays down a new layer over all existing space.
An infinite plane facing the infinite sea. Nothing more and nothing less.
The building has been designed as a series of layers that step down towards the rice fields to the west.
A ‘galaxy’ when viewed from above with a surging energy of people flowing towards it.
Encircling the entire house with a wall, this single-storey wooden home stands out from the surrounding concrete multi-storey apartment blocks of the area.
It’s name ‘Nido’ which means ‘nest’ in Italian is indicative of its size and nature: A multi-level, holiday home which is more of a room as it is only 96 sqf
Hallmark brand proportions, characteristic agility, clever functionality and an electrically operated textile top with sliding roof mode continue to give the 4-seater model a unique charisma.
A 1963 old time classic Tea House revamped into a Restaurant, its glory rediscover and captured by photographer Joao Morgado. Here is a chance to admire the original drawings by Álvaro Siza Vieira.