One of our favorite architects and also the Pritzker Archietcture Prize 2004 winner, Zaha Hadid, has won the competition for the library and learning centre at the university of economics and business in Vienna. The linear distorted line, form or even the space always can be seen in Zaha hadid‘s project. No doubt, they all […]
The One Day Poem Pavilion, created by Jiyeon Song, demonstrates the use of light and shadows to deliver messages with a delightful experience. By use of perforative panel, it allows sun light to penetrate creating shifting patterns. You are not reading book under the sun shadow but a poem on floor. The continuous interplay of […]
A contemporary residential complex of 15 unique houses, “El Secreto” designed by GLR architects. It is featuring clean geometrical forms with a highlighted wall at first floor of each block. The 15 unique houses presented in different characteristics by 3 different floor plans with 5 facades in each plan.
LA architect, Morphosis, led by Pritzker Prize 2005 winner Tom Mayne makes a debut to China, a Campus for Giant Group Pharmaceutical. By its sinuous shape, the proposal has been dubbed “The dragon”. The executive offices are organized in the ‘dragon head’ section while the ‘body’ contains remaining program elements including additional offices, a boutique […]
This design recalls me Toyo Ito‘s design that completion in 2004, Tod’s Omotesando. Structurely and architecturely the Tod’s building is wrapped in a skin of criss-crossed concrete braces and glass that mimics the trees lining the street. Whether or not the same approach, a house for clubhouse and boathouse Nordwesthaus,
3XN Architects has proposed a futuristic bridge tower that over-arch the Copenhagen Harbor, the CPH Arch. The idea is to create a city gateway and a tower bridge that links Marmormolen with Langeliniekaj. Due to the city development movement towards water, the tower and bridge is formed, reinforced and become part of the movement in […]
Architects Michelle and Richard Black recently designed an ingenious, adaptable artist’s shed for a Melbourne-based potter that doesn’t really look like a shed at all. Functional design, sustainability and quality materials have now become crucial components.
How do architecture bring your awareness of Aboriginal culture in response to its history and environment? What happens when architecture considers itself a small component of a larger system, as opposed to a self-referential all-encompassing whole? Let’s have a dialogue with The Pinnacles Interpretive Centre, which is designed by Woodhead.
Global Architectural Development (GAD) has designed a fish market in Besiktas, Istanbul. The Besiktas fish market was located on the most happening triangular site where most locals and visitors bargain every morning.