Tweaking the typical housing tower.
The Chinese Pagoda roof is the inspiration for this Bike Club.
The World’s most temporary pavilion.
The addition of a new glazed canopy which runs from the bow along both sides of the ship to the stern has been made, enabling the dry berth beneath the lifted hull to be opened up to the public for the first time.
Three spaces for three generations stacked up like toy blocks compose the entire house.
CCTV Headquarters was designed by OMA as a reinvention of the skyscraper as a loop.
The buildings lay over the ground without disturbing the mountain.
The Photographers’ Gallery unveiled its new home for international and British photography in the heart of London.
Foster + Partners to design Musée de la Romanitée Narbonne
Halina Mrozek has designed a series of clothing devices, hybrids of garments and accessories, which dressing the body like armour elements.
A hand-tufted rug designed for Nodus; inspired the pompon sewn onto the crown of their round cap of French naval personnel.
Odin worked with Snarkitecture to develop this concept shop with a central sculptural instillation that showcases the products and their attention to detail.
A residence that aims to blend with the landscape.
The building is designed in the tradition of its own history, accepting the most significant challenge of its times, the capacity of imagining the future.
Like a team of archaeologists, Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei identify physical fragments as remains of the eleven Pavilions built between 2000 and 2011, revealing an astonishing landscape.
The architects emphasise the festive dimension of the facility by making a unique architectural statement.
The project’s diversity is best communicated through its section which highlights the partially buried volume.
A rhythm on the wall is set with wood wainscoting, which starts on the exterior and travels all the way through the concert hall.
This winning proposal presents a reading of the drama of the natural countryside, building it on top of a steep hill relatively protected by the surrounding rugged topography.
Tinted, desaturated colours and ‘empty’ frames, dominated by the scale of the old walls in the background, highlight the black garments.