Haptic Architects: Quality Hotel Expo, Fornebu Oslo
Lies a small kindergarten school in Paris. Palatre & Leclere restored this 1940’s building.
Entrance corridor of the Masion Radio-Canada providing interactive experiences.
This parking area at Place des Arts was turned into a Salon Urbain, a versatile new space ideal for meeting up before or after a musical performance, a gallery visit or a conference.
“Embedded in the ground to minimize its impact on the surrounding hillside, the Bolton Eco House by Make Architects has been dubbed “the house of the future.” “
To solve the problem of limited spaces for creative agencies in Moscow, za bor architects proposed that they use the space between buildings.
Commonwealth Bank, Darling Walk
NAB Office Sydney
photo by Kristof Vrancken / Z33
The church is 10 meters high and is made of 100 layers and 2000 columns of steel. Depending on the perspective of the viewer, the church is either perceived as a massive building or seems to dissolve – partly or entirely – in the landscape. On the other hand, looking at the landscape from within the church, the surrounding countryside is redefined by abstract lines. The design of the church is based on the architecture of the multitude of churches in the region, but through the use of horizontal plates, the concept of the traditional church is transformed into a transparent object of art.
Often we come across new logos that don’t excite us at first glance, but occasionally the logo grows on us when you see its application. Here is one example of the recently rebranded Museum of the Moving Image, New York.
The reference to the triangles on the building is nice.
Frank Gehry’s first ever residential structure is now complete. located in manhattan, the unit entitled ‘new york by gehry’ (formally known as ‘beekman tower’), is the tallest residential tower in the western hemisphere.
Church of the Light designed by Tadao Ando