Langarita–Navarro Arquitectos‘ rather splendid Led wall at the Medialab-Prado in central Madrid is a beautiful interactive façade that aims to be a digital space for exchange and communication with both visitors and locals alike.
During COP15, the City of Copenhagen asked MAPT to design a sustainable exhibition on the North Harbour. The architects went with recycled containers and other sustainable materials for this important event.
Danish firm BIG was just awarded with the 1st prize for a new educational center at Faroe Islands. A centrifugal scheme with volumes spanning out from it framing view of the nearby mountains and harbor.
'Glamping' is camping in style. Spend a night at Rosa Muerta and experience the Joshua Tree National Park like never before. LA-based architect Robert Stone not only designed this unique space, but built it by himself as well
This small pavilion, the Recycloop, stands in Dordrecht, the Neterhlands. It is the latest creation from 2012architecten. The folly is made from kitchen sinks and will host a different artwork by artists every month.
"...our intention was to apply the nature of the Great Wall to the act of dwelling. This is why the house is titled 'WALL', instead of 'HOUSE'" - Kengo Kuma on The Great (Bamboo) Wall, a villa that built adjacent to the Great Wall of China.
With the new simplistic interior design for a Stockholm shop of the high fashion brand Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair, the Swedish practice Guise was nominated for this year’s Great indoors Award, initiated by Frame.
The Melbourne Exhibition Centre is the greenest convention center in the world. Setting new world benchmarks as the first convention centre to be awarded the highest ‘6 Star Green Star’ environmental rating.
The entries in the Swedish Museum of Architecture yearly gingerbread house competition is currently on display at the PUB department store in Stockholm.
This years theme is mönster/monster (patterns/monsters).
Spanish architects b720 recently renovated the Plaza del Torico, with over 1.230 led lamps embedded in the ground that have the ability to change color using a video program, which can generate different light. textures and rhythms.
KiBiSi is a new Danish design collective formed by Kilo Design, BIG Group and Skibsted Ideation. An interesting combination of two of the best Danish designers and one of the most renowned Dansih Architects. See their extensive portfolio here...
In close collaboration the Dutch practices Studio Roelof Mulder and bureau Ira Koers realised the new interior design for the Library of the University of Amsterdam. The project won The Great Indoors Award 2009 in the category Serve & Facilitate.