The recipients of the third place are YuHao Liu and Rui Wu from Canada for their project ‘Propagate Skyscraper’ that investigates the structural use of carbon dioxide in skyscrapers.
The second place was awarded to Mark Talbot and Daniel Markiewicz from the United States for his project ‘Car and Shell: or Marinetti’s Monster’ which proposes a city in the sky for Detroit, MI.
The first place was awarded to Yong Ju Lee from the United States for his project ‘Vernacular Versatility’.
An exploration of ice and air is the theme of this white shiny facade punctured by bubble shaped multicoloured openings.
Arranged around the themes of infrastructure, high-rise, urban design, history and culture – all within the context of a sustainable agenda – the works on display highlight the incredible diversity of the practice’s work.
It definitely looks like a playful little cannon with its short muzzle. Just like a Carronade: heavy, tough, and stumpy.
Zhongxun Times creates an interactive retail environment that interacts and reflects with the rich topography that Chongqing is renowned for.
Festka Bicycles, a young, progressive, Czech bike company that designs and hand-makes unique, tailored bicycles and accessories introduced at NAHBS 2014 its new Art Collection featuring Tomski & Polanski design.
The project will consist of never- before-seen giant, treehouse pavilions as radical new platforms for public use.
Light transforming the architectural space through time shown through this Archilapse video.
The highlight of this project are the hinged panels integrated into the facade of this house turning it into a completely sealed box protecting the property when the owners are away.
Internal door and window frames in the abstracted form of the residence’s front elevation create a game of scale and use between them.
Light coming in at an angle from the roof like in a cinema ‘projects’ the surrounding rural landscape ‘onto’ the living room window.
São Paulo based artist Henrique Oliveira tampers with the building’s architecture, creating a spectacular knot made of tree trunks.
Kusho by New York based, Japanese artist Shinichi Maruyama, reveals the magic of an artwork that exists for just a fraction of a second.
2014 Sony World Photography Awards Open, Youth and National Award winners revealed
Yohji Yamamoto spring – summer 2014 Ready To Wear women’s collection.
A series of pods distributed throughout the property, each having its own unique features and view opportunities.
Another beautiful addition to the Zooid lighting collection.
This Archilapse video won a Special mention in photography and video Architizer A+Awards 2014.