curved white concrete is punctured with myriad round, pastel-colored windows to create an immersive playground in a japanese kindergarten.
a narrow plot was resolved with a home made entirely into a system of floating shelves, with each floor acting as a network of hovering stages interwoven with views, apertures and minimalist (read more)
the building embodies and reflects the heritage and stratified history of great fen drawing on the typical black timber-cladded vernacular barns found in the area.
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the masses of the horizontal house are articulated by linear volumes of cast concrete, while warm woods and ample glazing invite the air, greenery and crisp blue sky to the indoors.
the dutch designer has conceived a folding bench concept which when extended, lands on its 'feet' in an open position, and can simply be closed and rolled away when not in use.
the house-shaped cultural space inserted inside a nineteenth-century building in paredes, portugal provides an information centre and auditorium for the community.
clean lines, logical mechanisms and fluid movements help articulate and direct light in these two lamps by the french design firm.
a commercial building along a riverfront uses metallized brick and the proportions of a moroccan fort to humanize the gray, industrial landscape.