Vivanta Hotel / WOW Architects | Warner Wong Design
Completed in 2009 in Bangalore, India. Images by Aaron Pocock . The Brief TAJ Hotels, Resorts and Palaces engaged WOW Architects | Warner Wong Design to design the flagship of their new brand Vivanta. Located...
A Monumental Scaffolding of Poplar Wood at Rice Gallery by Ben Butler
A Monumental Scaffolding of Poplar Wood at Rice Gallery by Ben Butler http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2015/07/unbounded-ben-butler/
Adept Architects — we believe in generosity as the primary tool of creation and innovation. We see architecture as an iterative process, developing designs through extensive studies of different scenarios that slowly condensates into one strong idea.
sou fujimoto formulates master plan with souk mirage
sou fujimoto master plan: souk mirage/particles of light is constructed from different sizes of arch modules stacked one on top of another.
Shibaura Office,Tokyo – Kazuyo Sejima, SANAA
As a part of his ongoing film series about Japanese architecture, French architect and filmmaker Vincent Hecht has created this visual exploration of Kazuyo Sejima’s Shibaura House. Completed in 20…
Walking on the Sky - eVolo | Architecture Magazine
Architecture and Design Magazine for the 21st Century. Organizer of the Annual Skyscraper Architectural Competition.
Sou Fujimoto Architects (Biennale d'architecture / Venise)
Primitive Future House, Study for the pavilion for the works by WS at Château La Coste in Aix Provence, France 2010 Sou Fujimoto Architects, Japan www.designboom.com/eng/interview/sou_fujimoto.html Oeuvre présentée dans le palais des expositions des "Giardini" Mostra Internazionale di Architettura Exposition internationale d'architecture Venezia / Venise "People meet in architecture" du 29/08 au 21/11/2010 le site de la Biennale www.labiennale.org/it/architettura/mostra/
Transparent Shell by PONE ARCHITECTURE
PONE ARCHITECTURE designed a massive pavilion-like structure, Transparent Shell that's a grid system holding together undulating curves wrapped in film.
“Agricultural City” by Kisho Kurokawa (1960)
Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa survived the Ise Bay Typhoon in 1959 and his experience inspired the design for an "Agricultural City" (1960). This megastructure project consists in a grid-like structure of concrete slabs raised on 4 m stilts on the agricultural soil and is meant to...