Spain based architect A-cero has designed a contemporary GIBO showroom in Madrid, Spain. The use of contemporary geometrical form to shape the building facade with the big display windows is the feature of this project. + Text below and images provided by architect, A-cero Purity, force, expressiveness; starting from an old construction that has already been […]
Archive for April, 2009
Do you like this chair? It has an expressive line and look like a shark fin, giving a sense of being vacationed, the Surfboard Chair is designed by Adam Scott. + Designer’s statement, Adam Scott The aim of ‘SIT DOWN’ is to provide a juxtaposition and a contradiction for the perceived usages of a product. […]
This is the invited competition project won by New York practice Leeser Architecture – Helix Hotel. The five-star luxury hotel in the Zayed Bay in Abu Dhabi, featuring an iconic design and state of the art technology that creating dynamic mini-city in the UAE. + Text below provided by architect, Leeser Architecture Leeser Architecture, an […]
Portugal based architect Claudio Vilarinho has designed a private house, House 1 in Penafiel. The idea of the project is to build a house that sitting on the sloping green terrain and cantilevered towards the valley, the car-porch space is defined by the overhanging white volume where the living and dining space take place.
Austrian architects Coop Himmelb(l)au always give a very good impression to me in every design, this time, the new Art Museum Strongoli in Calabria, by Coop Himmelb(l)au, is the third project in Italy. The art museum is situated on the top of the ‘Motta Grande’ hill overlooking the city, featuring a very long cantilever terrace offering […]
An International Convention Centre proposal by Yazdani Studio of Cannon Design in Bangalore, India. The feature of this project is how the architect transformed India’s traditional industry – silk weaving into architecture and created a series of spatial sequences in this project.
SANCAL, a Spanish based furniture brand recently has released The Track table, designed by Yonoh, stands out owing to its original system for joining the pieces from which it is formed. Available in four sizes, its sides are modelled in multifrequency, a technique that gives it its characteristic curved appearance.
This is the part 2 for the Embassy Of Finland In Tokyo by Architects Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Ltd. The success of this project is architect attempts to harmonize between Finnish and Japanese culture and architectural form in this project. + Project description provided by Architects Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Ltd Architecture “Aiki” is based on the […]