a home of hallways draws from the monumental scale and textured tectonics of okinawa's shinto shrines and gusuku, or fort-like castle, architecture.
each carpet displays a top-down view of two fictitious insects: 'amaurodes chernobilis' and tacua fukushimae', derived from the design duo's fascination with historical entomological illustrations.
the all-wooden construction follows a DIY construction method allowing for easy modifications in future adaptations while creating a comfortable living environment.
the new addition provides comfortable modern and efficient homes for melbourne's growing population of abandoned and lost animals.
the new funeral home captures the changing qualities of light and material to integrate the aged cemetery, park, and parking lot.
captured as long exposure photographs, projected images from exterior environments flood the inner fabric of different interior spaces.
prefabricated, blonde segovia pine planes characterize a quiet dwelling an hour outside madrid that is meant to connect with the landscape while perched upon the land undisturbed.
a fully glazed interior facade of an administrative area is transformed with rotating shade panels that control sunlight from entering the space.
the collection of pendant lamps combine a simple wooden shade with a traditional paper lantern nestled within, which acts as an extension of the light as well as a diffuser.