The architectural volume allows a variety of perspectives, exceeding the upper floor by its articulation with the lower floor highlighted by José Campos’s photography.
A “cabinet of curiosities” in miniature – part real, part game, part curiosity – capable of revealing every detail of its constituent parts.
Five Japanese traditional colours ranging from brown to red form the interweaving ribbon-like façade.
Segers created something that combines a mobile launching installation with a submarine-like vehicle, seemingly ready to be launched into the Seine.
The triangular extruded volume offers dwellings that resemble office plateau and offices that resemble apartments exploiting both free space and warmth.
A new ceramics collection “clover-collection” and leather collection “slide-collection” collaborated with Japanese craftsmen for “by | n meister”
The courtyard and main living areas have a double volume and all areas have direct access to the front pool terrace forming a traditional “Cape Dutch Langhuis”.
Different sized cubes are removed out of a whole larger one creating a game of solids and voids.
A ‘breathable’ façade frame, composed of glazed sliding doors, supports the roof rafters along the length of the building creating a open plan arrangement.
The buildings being designed to respond to the notion of a 300 year lifecycle.
A modern homage – on show at blickfang Copenhagen 2014.
The House through its transparent gate opens up to the street merging the boundaries of private / public space recorded by José Campos.
A box that opens or closes to the social area, rationalizing the distribution to the remaining private spaces, beautifully recorded by Ricardo Oliveira Alves.
Purple rhombuses are drawn using stencils on the concrete, while black ones are drawn in crossed metal cladding creating a dialogue between the new & the old.
Inspired by the native atmosphere emanating from the island, the Giants of Bigwin are a tribute to Amerindian legends and to the spirits still seemingly reigning over the island.
A finely crafted structure sites quietly within its stunning surroundings.
The form of each truss changes to create both a gradual incline (to bring people down) and then a sharp upward pitch (to elevate the roof).
This first prototype combining a stool, a side table and storage chest is born of a desire to practicality, space-saving and formal simplicity.
A house as a sum of attachments, without a living area photographed by José Campos
The latest MacMaster Design photo shoot in New York and product images of our their products the Wave coffee table and the Eclipse Pendant Light.