Posts filed under 'Architecture'
Camper Showroom / Office, Shanghai by Neri & Hu, photo: Shen Zhonghai
Drawing inspiration from the surrounding urban condition, the Camper Showroom / Office in Shanghai by architects Neri & Hu recalls both the spatial qualities and the vibrant activities characteristic of life in a typical Shanghai alleyway, called a “nong-tang.”
Posted by Walter Phillips on 03.12.2014 - Tagged as: Reiulf Ramstad Architects
Micro Cluster Cabins by Reiulf Ramstad Architects, image: Lars Petter Pettersen, Courtesy of Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter
Created for a family that wanted a cabin for the whole family, but with spaces for privacy, Micro Cluster Cabins is a group of three structures which can be used individually.
Apartment AB9, Lisbon by Filipe Melo Oliveira, photo: João Morgado
Apartment AB9 by Filipe Melo Oliveira is a renovation and refurbishment of a compact apartment in a building built in 1938, in a now-flourishing area of an old Lisbon neighbourhood.
Drolet Residence by Naturhumaine, photo: Adrien Williams
Canadian Architects Naturhumaine have transformed an urban row house in Montreal, Quebec for a couple with a passion for cooking.
Factory Berlin by Julian Breinersdorfer Architecture, photo: Werner Huthmacher
Formerly the Oswald Berliner Brewery, and once part of the Berlin Wall, Factory Berlin by Julian Breinersdorfer Architecture is a 10.000m² start-up campus in Berlin Mitte, home to Twitter, Soundcloud and 6Wunderkinder.
The Vegetarian Cottage by Cousins & Cousins
London-based architects Cousins & Cousins have created a new addition that blends seamlessly into its surrounding context through innovative design and construction techniques.
Weston Residence by Specht Harpman, photo: Taggart Sorensen
Nestled in a valley adjacent to the Saugatuck River in Weston, Connecticut, the Weston Residence by Specht Harpman engages the site in a way that purposefully blurs the transition and distinction between the built and natural environment.
Villa SK by Atelier Thomas Pucher, photo: Lukas Schaller
Atelier Thomas Pucher has created a contrasting, contemporary annex to an existing home in Graz, Austria that extends the living area of the house into the garden.