the 135 year old museum outside of dresden wins a prestigious award for its most recent renovation by studio daniel libeskind.
low walls emerge from the landscape to form the various structures that make up the house, using their orientation to capture the various qualities of the desert landscape.
the dutch design studio collaborated with american tattoo artist danny boy to 'ink up' a robust solid ash chair with his flash artwork.
a moment suspended in time, the large work is composed of more than 50,000 suspended plates, forming a massive geometric composition.
built exclusively using a cut-out piece of paper and a battery operated LED, the torch light rolls up to create an ample illumination source.
on the edge of the world's largest inactive and intact volcanic crater lies a lodge that synthesizes the rich building culture of west africa with opulent european whimsy.
a sloping vacant site meters from the infamous ribamontan shoreline is transformed to accommodate the needs of local surfers and the community
rem koolhaas’s theme is the starting point for an exhibition that looks at british architecture from the past 100 years in a new light. deadline for submission is friday 21 june.