Custo Barcelona shook up the catwalk today at New York Fashion Week with its new Fall-Winter 2015-16 collection “Shake before Use.”
Joao Morgado has sent us his photographs of the Lisbon Walker Store.
Images from the 1st International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2014 competition.
Differentiated formations of waves create an abstract field of network systems outlining the duality of acceleration (gates) and hesitation (shopping).
The Air collection is a modular system of high-end outdoor sofas.
Two buildings, a clinic and a house, hover creating a ‘spaceship entrance’ while retaining traditional Japanese architecture features like beams and pillars.
The Cathedral is conceived as the morphing result of two opposite vertical forces, one rising and one descending as they interlock into the volumetric expression of the Church.
Buenos Aires Restored Home with Restaurant, Bookstore, Publishing House, Flower Shop and Perfumery.
NLS completes a striking timber frame, environmentally friendly family home in just 10 weeks.
The Smoking Pavilion is the first self-supporting building in translucent concrete.
ADPI and ZHA working together on Beijing New Airport Terminal Building – the world’s largest passenger terminal
A.C. Milan and Arup have presented their expression of interest for the redevelopment of a central area in Milan to host the new A.C. Milan stadium.
The relationship with the ground and the landscape results in a “rootness” into the slope as if ‘biting’ the mountain and an overhang towards the valley.
The form of the new build plywood structure is a series of interconnecting triangular plains that allow light deep into the interior.
Three independent walls covered with copper plates resemble dancing flames like the logo of the city which is a small Flame.
A synthesis of white cubes and permeable but contained spaces form a residential complex.
A flexible contemporary family residence on a spectacular but challenging site.
AROUND THE GLOBE IN 800 FEET – HOT TO COLD OPENS AT THE NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM
BambOOKS is a versatile bamboo bookshelf system.
The pavilion contains a large projected moving image of the original press that has brought the industrial machine of the old paper mill back to life.