In this project, architecture is landscape and landscape is architecture. The architecture changes shape, unfolds, spreads out and rises up, reducing the boundaries between the built space and the site.
25 Years Fall of the Wall Berlin Germany Wall park Guardians of Time by Manfred Kielnhofer
Gift wrapping with a second life: after receiving a gift, the recipient can pass the ribbon through grommets in four places to transform the wrapping into a simple tote bag.
A concrete shell with maximised floor area ratio was achieved by rounding, cutting or connecting all the edges.
A clever interchange of indoor and outdoor spaces where cats and human beings coexist.
A bed, table, wardrobe, staircase, kitchenette, storage and bathroom, all fully integrated within a large closet which can be unfolded according to the needs.
This angular form is a three-story apartment building that contains the clients business premices, a Dental Practice.
Waves on the inside are expressed on the surface of the bottle, reflecting the idea that beauty comes from within and giving the entire bottle an elegant tension.
A undercover ‘dancing’ slab emerges from the ground raising itself in order to catch the best surrounding views.
“The Algae House”, a new book on the world’s first building equipped with an algae bioreactor façade, is to be launched on 8th November at the 14th Venice International Architecture Biennale.
This building is the new site to exhibit renowned Furniture as Unopiu, Andreu World, Promemoria, Christian Liaigre, B&B Italia, Tribu, Paola Lenti.
Danish architects COBE won the competition in collaboration with PK3 landscape architects and Søren Jensen engineers and today the winning project is revealed.
A clever combination of different areas contained behind an airy metal mesh façade form the new open-plan office structure.
The architect emphasises the relationship between the house and the park as an everyday playground for children as well as a borrowing landscape for the house.
This fauteuil, titled Moor, is inspired by the visual language of the metal element used to moor a ship to a dock, hence the name.
Redesigning the sofa morphology.
Photography: Marta Bevacqua Models: Laura Savina, Beatrice Simion, Runa Fiorini, Rebecca Rocchi, Stefania Capece
By means of simply piled up square timbers a kind of “shelf-system” was created. On the one hand it functions as storage area on the other hand it can be used as interactive space.
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The fluidity of the plan, the simplicity of lines, the omnipresence of white and well-assembled materials celebrate the dynamism of simple geometrical forms that contribute to the sculptural effect.