‘.. The marginalized, the clandestine, squatters, and the homeless are sheltered. The blind walls now have eyes, and they are watching us.’
An armchair that couples two-dimensional pentagonal and hexagonal wooden structures, which develop in three dimensions following natural crystalloid formations.
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Crossbeams, utility lines as well as a substantial level difference form an industrial backdrop onto which separately standing partitions, constituting blocks of 6-12 units each, are projected.
A touch-controlled light with a combination of two sensors in one light is incredibly unique in the world of lighting adding to its environmental consciousness.
A pure, austere wood box is precariously perched off the bedrock cliff, ‘teaching’ about the nature of its landscape through creating a sense of vertigo while floating above the sea.
The striking pavilion is a portable, solar-powered structure which not only charges the hybrid electric car but also flat-packs to fit in the trunk of the car.
Tomaas tampers with, and distorts the female figure in a manner that reminds of Joel-Peter Witkin’s photography, and praises beauty.
The new MINI brings along significant advancements in all areas relating to driving fun, quality and individual flair.
A large window, resembling gigantic rotated binoculars, is located at the edge of the auditorium, facing north bringing in a soft light while framing Haifa bay.
A new concept car by Mercedes-Benz? Not exactly. This car is designed to dominate the digital world of racing game Gran Turismo 6.
The wild(er)ness of the human body, as unchecked as it is intimate, is one that the designer has sought to reveal the collection.
A live visual art creation event providing the public with an opportunity to get up close to the artist.
Crystal Caves, a commission by Turkish real estate developer NEF, is a series of four new screening rooms located in Istanbul.
Traditional Islamic and Japanese pattern structures were used and had their nature reinterpreted by algorithm based computational geometry generating a strong dynamic surface.
The building, concealed and masked by the amount of ground extracted for the creation of each place, gives onto a central space in the form of stratums that shift from level to level.
The shape of the hotel is reminiscent of an old fossil, a prehistoric animal beached on the shore of the lake, not unlike those found and studied by Charles Darwin.
Zaha Hadid’s unique doll’s house sold at Cathedral Group’s fundraiser for £14,000 ($22,540)!!
The retro hi-tech influences and sci-fi aesthetics are evident in this project, reminding us of visionary architect Buckminster Fuller.
Thomas Feichtner has created the design for a 360° sound system by the Austrian startup producer Poet Audio.
New York-based artist Shanti Grumbine creates intricate and complex hand-cut patterns with the New York Times as a canvas, reinterpreting – by deletion – the newspapers content.
A new station, designed as an entity while preserving the big difference in character between the north and south areas of the station.
A solid wood house. Wood in the woods. 72 mm thick walls. Slabs from 95 to 182 mm.
The Cubic Prism is a transient experience of shifting form, light and colours, creating a dynamic and spatial experience for the senses.
A contemporary pavilion based on the concept of a fence.
White Noise collection by Alex Ulichny