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7.3

Harvard Art Museums renovation and expansion / Renzo Piano Building Workshop

Harvard Art Museum’s renovation and expansion of the historic Fogg Museum of Art in Boston will unite the Arthur M. Sackler, Fogg, and Busch-Reisinger Museums and their collections into one building. Designed by architect Renzo Piano, the transformative facility will bring the three museums and their collections together under one roof for the first time...
6.6

Campbell Sports Center / Steven Holl Architects

The design effort has been led by Steven Holl architects, a Columbia University faculty member and world-renowned architect who has won several awards including the AIA NY Sustainable Design Award and the American Architect Award. The Campbell Sports Center, the flagship of Columbia's athletic renewal. The first new athletics building since the Marcellus Hartley Dodge Physical Fitness Center was built in the mid-1970s, The Campbell Sports Center is the new cornerstone of the revitalized Baker Athletics Complex...
6.8

Festival Hall Of The Tiroler Festspiele Erl / DMAA-Delugan Meissl Associated Architects

The Festival Hall Of The Tiroler Festspiele Erl in Austria is a real modern architectural structure. Designed by Austrian architectural firm DMAA-Delugan Meissl Associated Architects, The form of DMAA's project comes from the surrounding Austrian landscape, and places the building and the already existing festival hall in juxtaposition. The geometric shell encloses a 580-square-meter auditorium, allowing for an audience of up to 732 guests...
7.7

London 2012 Olympics Velodrome / Hopkins Architects

The Olympic track cycling venue, or Velodrome, by Hopkins Architects, is considered the most sustainable venue in the Olympic Park in terms of design and construction. The overall inspiration for the design was the bicycle – a fitting choice, considering the building’s purpose...
6.7

Fogo Natural Park Venue / OTO arquitectos

The project for Fogo Island Natural Park Headquarters appears with the aim of conciliate the population with the new park management within the context of a potential World Heritage Site. From this attitude of making architecture from the place, and with, and for, the population who will inhabit it, OTO Arquitectos team integrates the construction in the landscape through the use of local materials and with an intelligent discretion...
6.8

X-House / Cadaval & Solà-Morales

The X-House sits atop a steep hill in Cabrils, Barcelona, with impressive views over a valley. Fashioned in the shape of its namesake, albeit in giant concrete form, the house is the handiwork of young Mexico City and Barcelona-based architects, Cadaval & Sola-Morales, known for bold, formal gestures and modern lines...

Brisbane Street Additions / rad architecture

The new spatial program of the addition to the Brisbane Street house, including the flexibility of spaces and relationships between them, reflects the changes in the contexts and attitudes of the clients’ lifestyle as compared to those living in the home at the time of its construction 100 years ago. Additionally...
7.5

Casa Vila Matilde / TERRA E TUMA arquitetos associados

Casa Vila Matilde is the newly-refurbished home of Dalvina “Dalva” Borges Ramos, a 74-year-old house maid in the outskirts of São Paulo, Brazil. Ms. Dalva. She had few possessions and was living in a house with structural and sanitary problems. A man in Brazil approached TERRA E TUMA arquitetos associados to rebuild his mother's dilapidated house. The House was rebuilt using standard concrete blocks and decorated with plenty of trees and plants...

Escarpment House / Timothy Moon Architects

Escarpment House is located on a secluded rural escarpment overlooking the Hawkesbury River.The placement and ordering of the building maintains and emphasises the natural elements and topography of the site...
8.1

Shokan House / Jay Bargmann

Jay Bargmann of Rafael Viñoly Architects has designed a house for his family in the Catskill Mountains Forest Preserve, New York. The house stands just below a mountain summit, at the edge of the Ashokan reservoir, The project relies on this wild landscape to offer a dwelling which mimics the environment, becoming part of the surrounding views and the nature (water, trees...) Steel, glass, concrete, ceramic and wood are left exposed and unadorned throughout the building...
7.2

Darling Point Apartment / Chenchow Little Architects

This apartment fitout seeks to capture the faceting geometry of the original 1970s apartment building to give it a renewed life. The client’s extensive artwork collection is innovatively displayed with flexible joinery, allowing the client a curatorial role with its display. The apartment is designed for “empty nesters” downsizing from a large, formal family home to a small apartment...
7.7

AMMO Restaurant / Joyce Wang

Led by Joyce Wang, WANG Studios embraced the unique opportunity to create a cinematic experience in an interior space. The team drew inspiration from the film noir masterpiece, Alphaville, a 1965 science fiction film directed by Jean-Luc Godard that explores the connection between art, technology and society...
7.3

Cheering restaurant / H&P Architects

Cheering Restaurant is influenced by the classic Hanoi sidewalk. H&P Architects were inspired by the familiar image of ancient trees overhanging roads and the busy traditional Hanoian sidewalk where activities, such as the sharing of cuisine, happen day and night. The restaurant contains the essence of Vietnamese cuisine culture on sidewalk and creates special experiences for the users bringing people closer to nature...

Brisbane Street Additions / rad architecture

The new spatial program of the addition to the Brisbane Street house, including the flexibility of spaces and relationships between them, reflects the changes in the contexts and attitudes of the clients’ lifestyle as compared to those living in the home at the time of its construction 100 years ago. Additionally...

Cottage in Tsumari / Future-scape Architects + Daigo Ishii

A low-cost public cottage for locals and visitors, located within a beech woods park. This is the region with heaviest snowfall in Japan, often as deep as 4m.It was an architecture in that two volumes were combined. One is the outward form Big Box...
8.1

Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht Hotel / Marcel Wanders

Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht Hotel by Marcel Wanders, Set in a Unesco World Heritage site of the former Public Libarary in the lively Jordaan district as well as a stone drop from the city’s major musical venues, the 122-room hotel offers not merely a place to come home and relax, but as well as a place that will energise and inspire you...
6.9

ESO Hotel at Cerro Paranal (Residencia) / Auer+Weber+Assoziierte

This singular building provides a unique backdrop for the James Bond film “Quantum of Solace”. Designed by the German architects of Auer+Weber+Assoziierte, this hotel serves as a sanctuary for the astronomers and visitors of the European Southern Observatory’s Paranal Observatory. Hardly visible from the entrance road, the submerged the L-shaped structure is marked by a long brick entrance and skylight dome...
8.1

Soneva Fushi Resorts and Spas / Six Senses

Soneva Fushi is the original desert island hideaway. The resort that set the tone and the standards for every subsequent resort. A jewel of an island – large by Maldives standards – with perfect beaches, a vibrant reef encircling the island, a colony of nesting turtles and its very own world class observatory. There are few more beautiful locations on earth...
7.6

25hours Hotel Zürich West / Alfredo Häberli Design Development

Part of Hard Turm Park, a mixed-use landmark project in the area, the hotel features 126 guestrooms in four categories – ranked according to size and configuration – and one suite, all designed by Alfredo Häberli. Modern and clean, with a bit of retro blended in, the rooms have a welcoming feel and are equipped with the very latest in tech innovations such as an Ihome dock, flat screen TV and free wireless internet access...
6.6

FLOAT – Active Sitting / Niklas Hamann + Jakob Schwarz

FLOAT is the symbiosis of minimalistic aesthetics and healthy sitting. Unlike big, expensive office chairs with complex mechanics to achieve flexibility, FLOAT provides a flexible, comfortable seat based on an innovative system with surprisingly low costs and less parts...
6.9

Tables T / dsignedby

Table T is a mixture of three materials: Corian Illumination Series, DuPont as the main material, metallic painted, powdered or galvanized holding structure and massive wood as its' standing parts. The point was to combine Corian with other materials, and try to make it stable without its' usual under-construction...

First Furniture Range / Bureau de change for Efasma

Efasma uses natural materials and processes, traditional techniques and quality craftsmanship as a platform for responsible innovation. Efasma’s first furniture range, designed by London based architects Bureau de Change, uses clean and elegant solid wood frames, which amplify the depth and texture of handwoven surfaces...

Wooden chair / Pasi Savunen

According my teacher the chair without arms is one of the most challenging object of furniture to design as you need to consider so many functional aspects together with aesthetics. At the same time it must be ergonomic, durable, feasible, movable(light)...
6.7

UZU Side Table / Team Tokushima

This table is imprinted in the center with the designer's unique spiral pattern.The tables come in a wide range of 16 sizes and can satisfy a variety of different lifestyles...
6.2

SPLINTER collection / nendo for CONDE HOUSE

A new collection of furniture designed by the Japanese firm Nendo for CONDE HOUSE , a manufacturer based in Asahikawa, a region renowned wooden furniture. The collection is a series of furniture pieces made ​​from the division of a piece of wood as if you were peeling...

Rem Lamp / Christian Vivanco

A stunning lamp called “REM” that means brake in dutch. The perfect light for the bike enthusiast, just squeeze the handle for off/on operation.. Designed by the creative studio Christian Vivanco...

Const Lamp / Thinkk Studio

The Const Lamp is the creation of Thinkk, a Thailand based studio. The lamp was created from three simple elements: base, body and shade. This simplicity is echoed through the use of marble and and ash wood and the bright colors the shades are painted...

Petite Collection / Seppo Koho for Secto Design

The Petite family are designed by award-winning architect Seppo Koho, shares the same feeling as the traditional Secto collection, only in a smaller size. Both the table and wall versions are adjustable and they turn gently pointing light where you need it. The Secto Petite collection consists of pendant, table and wall lights. Both the wall and table lights are adjustable as their shades turn gently pointing light where you need it the most...

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8.4

Sulwhasoo Flagship Store / Neri&Hu

Lanterns lighting the way towards Asian wisdom and holistic beauty embody the philosophy and value of Sulwhasoo. The building was designed by Korean architect IROJE and built in 2003. Celebrating the roots of the brand, Neri&Hu wanted to develop a concept with strong connections to Asian culture and traditions, ultimately allowing customers to discover the wealth of Asian wisdom that underpins the Sulwhasoz ethos...
8.2

Jungle House (Casa na Mata) / Studio MK27

Jungle House (Casa na Mata) by Marcio Kogan’s Studio MK27, with Samanta Cafardo and Diana Radomysler. Jungle House features a rooftop infinity pool with views over a Brazilian rainforest. The House blends nature and contemporary architecture beautifully. To take full advantage of the scenic landscape, the architects placed the primary living spaces alongside the pool on the building's uppermost floor...
7.3

Gnomo Lifestyle Shop / Masquespacio

Masquespacio presents its last interior design project for lifestyle shop Gnomo, situated in the well acclaimed Valencia quarter Ruzafa. The brand focuses on original design objects and with their upcoming 6th birthday, The original space had an 80’s vibe, which they decided to keep and build from by adding modern layers to it. Along with installing a smooth granite floor, the walls were painted white with accents painted blue and green to give it a playful feel...
8.7

two.parts 3D printed ceramic lighting series / Christo Logan

The New York based designer Christo Logan, founder of studio two.parts, creates pendant lights built with 3D printed ceramics series. A series of twelve 3D printed ceramic pendants with hidden LEDs. Each fixture’s ceramic body is illuminated as if by an invisible light bulb, inverting its visual perception as the interior surfaces act as the light source...
7.6

Afteroom Collection / Afteroom for MENU

Afteroom Collection by Swedish-based duo Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Yen Wei, The design itself is very clean and minimalistic. That’s the whole idea—that you can put it anywhere in the house and it will look like it fits—and it will have a purpose in the room. All the designs have a simple, timeless and characteristic aesthetic—something that makes them blend in and stand out at the same time...
8.1

Tin House / Henning Stummel Architects

Tin House, The 216m² home of architect Henning Stummel in Hammersmith & Fulham, a compound of huts in an orange-red seamed metal finish set around a courtyard, that open up inside into one house. A house has been separated into its constituent components; each room is a pavilion topped with a trapezoid rooflight. The rooms are used to create a composition that addresses the irregularities of the site and resolves the lack of privacy. The resulting top lit spaces respond to the changing moods of the day...
7.9

Alex Hotel / Arent & Pyke + Spaceagency

Alex Hotel is designed as a home, with Perth’s Spaceagency Architects and Sydney-based Arent & Pyke crafting a series of thoughtful spaces that truly nurture the human spirit. Sitting on the edge of Perth's most diverse and vibrant district, only minutes walk to the centre of business life in Perth and with neighbours such as the State Theatre and Art Gallery of Western Australia, Alex Hotel is a small, intimate hotel with a distinct style and relaxed personality...
8.2

Pink Moon Saloon / Sans-Arc Studio

House of fire and drink in the heart of the West End, Designed by Matiya Marovich of Sans-Arc Studio. Pink Moon Saloon was to integrate a narrative of camp-fire cooking and a childlike nostalgia for nature with a bar and kitchen, in a narrow alleyway in Adelaide. The design process centred around exploring the typology of the wilderness hut, creating a moment of warmth and respite in the city...
8.4

Antwerp Port House / Zaha Hadid Architects

The design for the new building was chosen on the basis of an international architectural competition. Designed by the renowned Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, the spectacular structure is suspended on two pillars above the historic building. The Antwerp Port Authority needed a new headquarters and wanted to bring all its staff, currently distributed across several buildings, together under a single roof...
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Kustwerk Katwijk Underground Parking Garage / Royal HaskoningDHV

The special parking garage in the Dutch town of Katwijk is an integral part of the town’s new water defence system, protecting the town against the North Sea. Commissioned by the city of Katwijk, Royal HaskoningDHV drafted the architectural design of the parking garage and translated this into a thorough master plan. Based on this master plan, Ballast Nedam and ZJA drafted the integral design (architectural, functional, structural and installation) for the realization of the parking garage...
6.5

Mix & Match Tray Collection / Flavia del Pra for GAN-rugs

The MIX&MATCH collection designed by ceramic artist Flavia Del Pra and manufactured in Brazil by GAN reinvents the classic serving tray in an innovative approach by mixing traditional elements. Sophisticated and cheerful as Brazil, its country of origin. The collection adds a new twist to classic concepts with innovative shapes, copper and ceramics...
8.1

City of Sydney Public Domain Furniture / Tzannes

Tzannes was commissioned by the City of Sydney Council to design a sophisticated, elegant new range of public domain furniture reflecting the city’s design focus, outdoor heritage and culture. The new furniture range references the forms of industrial folded and fashioned metal plate, elemental pared back timber and the strong contrast between light and shade that is a feature of the Sydney context...