The Festival aims to analyze the impact of the crisis on the activity of young architects in Europe.
Each visitor took a piece of the art work with the purpose of letting it grow and keep it alive in their Russian households.
This exhibition invites every participant to see this “behind,” “inside,” and “before” in Japanese designs.
A 3D steam stretch method was applied to the weaving process to produce mathematically accurate three dimensional shapes. From just one initial strand of thread, a flat solid surface begins to take shape.
The EPSON International Pano Awards 2014 winners announced. Image: Light by Ben Neale
Twelve large glass sails cover the body of the building, an assembly of white blocks referred to as the “iceberg”, giving it its volume, its lightness and its vitality.
The peanut shaped chapel attempts to investigate the city’s relationship to the water by positioning it at the end of an extended pier almost floating on water.
A cluster of three structures, which can be used individually organized around the outdoor area that binds them together as one unit.
Nendo broke the office down into its smallest components – desks, chairs and shelving – then put it back together again, creating new relationships between the component items to explore the possibilities of future office space.
An intriguing game of stacking planes that intertwine in the centre emphasing the white structure through its completely transparent ‘shop-front’ shell.
Hanging Gardens consists of two modular latticed structures of reinforcing bars with marble slabs hanging randomly and green plants protrude from of the pores and voids of a grid-like structure.
New this year are the nearly three-meter tall white guards who are stanting at the Festival Centre Potsdamer Platz and who are both observer and guardian of time and space.
Designs for the Sleuk Rith Institute – a new institution and genocide memorial in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh – have been unveiled.
Fluent and flexible movement was the concept of this interior which resulted in the formation of a dynamic curvilinear platform dominating the space.
This wood and steel structured chapel has gentle exterior shape as well as strong interior space infused with mysterious religious power.
The roof is the key element of the project reinterpreting an otherwise simple square plan while allowing the compartmentalization of the exterior.
The festival’s super-jury has awarded the prestigious World Building of the Year award to The Chapel, Vietnam, designed by a21studio.
World Architecture Festival has announced the winners of 13 award categories on the second day of the event in Singapore.
Architecture Festival has announced the winners of 16 award categories on the opening day of the event in Singapore.
A new function has been added to the long and fascinating history of the Derrick tower: alcohol production.