Calvin Klein at the Mercedes Benz fashion Week New York
Against a white backdrop of flush windows, protrusions and the use of colour create a cubist-like façade relief.
Visitors follow a metaphorical journey of water through the Australian landscape, from the desert to the coastal fringe.
A two box synthesis: a large charcoal grey living box at ground level and another at first level fabricated in timber, frame a full height glazed opening elevation to the garden.
Future projects competition entries winner National Maritime Museum, China by Cox Rayner Architects.
A video of Miu Miu Spring – Summer 2014 womenswear collection show, accompanied by a selection of backstage photos.
WAF Award 2013 Winner – Future Projects Health category
Bronze A’ Design Award 2013 – ‘Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category’
The form takes on an extension of the undulating land form creating a mass that is then occupied by a habitable form.
The new technical plant emerges from the landscape as a grassy embankment while the remainder steel plated building ‘hovers’ over the mound creating a varied, vibrant pattern of light and shadow.
New Monograph Introduces Award-Winning Turkish Firm’s Work to a Broader International Audience.
Video of the KRISVANASSCHE Spring-Summer 2014 menswear collection show.
A tool that ‘cuts out’ time as it passes by, always at the same pace and speed.
The design concept will be shown at the Dutch design Week 2013 ‘Now future’
Meditation House Reflects Strong Response to Site with Seamless Blend into Environment.
Denmark’s new National Aquarium overcomes significant engineering challenges.
Turkey’s Pharmaceutical Company’s Headquarters Embodies a Human Feel to Working Space.
Architizer announces the official opening of the 2nd Annual A+ Awards, honouring the Best Architecture, Spaces, and Products.
An accurate and abstract construction situated in an industrial park makes a statement with its continuous white surface and roof sign set against the sky.
The Power of Simple Things.
Nendo designed a new spoon, fork and knife called ‘sekki’ for Seibu Department Stores collaborated with a Kobayashi Kogyo which is famous for their polishing technique.