Brazil based Biselli + Katchborian architects has designed a Information Center of the new Petrochimical Complex of Rio de Janeiro – COMPERJ – PETROBRAS, located in Itaboraí, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. + PROJECT MEMORIAL History and Geography equally contributes to the construction of the extraordinary beauty of the site. The Geography through different geologic accidents […]
An outdoor swimming pool center by Dierendonck Blancke Architecten in association with L.U.S.T Architecten in OOSTDUINKERKE, Belgium where located in-between the city center, sea and beach. The design seems to be integrated into the city planning that become a focal point and a transitional ‘urban bridge’ between city and beach, where is in-line with the […]
A minimal design by Marcio Kogan, Casa Corten House. A simple plan with high ceiling level and large opening that use to harmonize between inside and outside. When you walk through the building, you can see material changed in the journey, it is a good project to demostrate how the interaction between the materials that […]
An incredible lighting design in Gilbert Yoga center, Yoga Deva. Designed by Blank Studio. The Yoga Center offers student a better mind and body connection practice environment. The architect attempts to design a calming atmosphere that the spaces dimly lit by cove lighting. The lighting condition changes in every spatial sequences, from a slender strip […]
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.
This is a tropical architecture in Bali Indonesia, designed by Singapore based WOHA architects, who has built a global reputation for innovative design for projects in tropical environments. WOHA believes that it is the responsibility of the architect to create diverse, innovative and exciting environments.
The Alphaville architects Kentaro Takeguchi and Asako Yamamoto designed and built their own house W-Window House in Kyoto. The staircase was impressed me and my first thought was just a folding paper. Remember our previous post of W chair? It would be best match with this house!