A chandelier influenced from the climbing plant Ipomea tricolor and new techniques of attaching wood veneer pieces.
The bowl changes shape as easily as liquid when it is touched, and continues to quiver momentarily in response to the outside force.
Entirely conceived in Re-Board this temporary night blue tinted setting emphasizes Maison Diptyque products.
A shop window design based on the envelope and the traditional Shoji screens.
The project is based on the dialogue and interpenetration of the old and the new, traditions and modernity.
A house to die for.
The architecture is designed to enable and embody the spirit of open-source exchange and collective knowledge through free-form geometries, open plans and integrated amenities.
The contour lines of the natural topography of the site are conceived as a dynamic vector field which has been activated by the strategic placement of key programmatic elements.
Bent polymer sheets refer to floral petals forming a beautiful self-supporting structure.
One of the nine landmarks along the route leading to the Holy Virgin of Talpa.
New York’s historic ‘Crystal Lantern’ bank branch transforms into a stylish clothing store.
Inauguration of Zaha Hadid’s innovative new building was held on September 2012
Architecture inspired from film production and movement with the desert as a set.
Layer luxe pieces on the slopes in this season’s Winter Sports collection
The future is the use of garbage both as an agent of social change and as a physical element of construction.
Ornamental metal panels carry large openings accentuating the vertical movement of the project.
Homage to 1950s American design.
Rather than trying to fit the furniture into the apartment, the architects decided to fit the apartment into the furniture!
Based on the theme ‘a room that represents the interior space of the future’.
The absence of windows, the blurring of the indoor outdoor boundary is accentuated by two verandas connected by a promenade.