Suspended in air, the (Doll)house inside Calvin Klein’s Madison Avenue store nevertheless contains a kernel of an idea for accommodating growth in rapidly-densifying cities. The project was designed by REX.
Macquarie's One Shelley Street balances mobility, transparency, tailor-made settings, destination work plazas, follow-me technology, and carbon neutral systems. By Clive Wilkinson architects and fitzpatrick+partners.
The project is a residence for two artists. Inspired by geometric arrangements of interlocking polygons, the new residence takes the form of a heptagonal figure. Design by Michael Maltzan Architecture.
AirSpace Tokyo is a zone where artificial blends with nature. Created by Faulders Studio,the screen façade comprises 4 different overlapping organic patterns that inspired by the abundant greenery that previously occupied the site.
San Francisco based practice Iwamoto Scott recently completed the PS House in North Beach. The project generates a new openness behind an old Edwardian building, bringing light and fresh air to the interiors.
Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark are allowing the public to take a look around their new Amalienborg residence before they move in. An apartment full of modern art in a Castle from the 1700's . 4500 square m!
Frank and Franco in the wardrobe - I met Frank Gehry at the 'scandalous' house in Santa Monica: had wanted to interview him for Modo magazine back in the 80's. The interview is finally coming out in Abitare.
Architects Eat recently has completed the ELM & Willow House. The U-shaped plan which to provide a series of visual layering between the spaces, while also creating a better relationship between inside and outside.
Designers from mode:lina architektura & consulting came up with a visionary skyscraper inspired by human kinetics. GESTERBINE (gesture + water + turbine) is in fact a device that helps to stop steppisation in western Poland.
Located near the world famous site of Woodstock, 100 miles north of New York City, Ben Ryuki Miyagi’s dramatic renovation of a 1960s home is challenging, unique and, well, frankly more than a little frightening...
The Objects of Desire exhibit featured at the Museum of Design Atlanta, showcased works produced via computer-aided manufacturing processes, challenging forms and aesthetics that were previously inconceivable.
The Zurich based architectural practice XPACE realised this extension of a private house of a sculptor in Luxemburg. The copper cladded building provides a studio and a wellness area with a sauna and a viewing terrace.