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.
This spring Zona Tortona will literally be the playground of the guys from La Bolleur since they decided to bring their Mini Golf Club abroad! During the Milan Design Week you'll them at Via Vogehra 11.
For the contest that invited students to think of a temporary bar to represent their institution as an outstanding architectural object, designers Diogo Aguiar and Teresa Otto came up with a temporary bar made of 420 IKEA storage boxes.
In 1958, Nat Mendelsohn purchased 320 square km of desert to turning into "California City," a paradise to rival LA. Mendelsohn’s vision fell flat, and California City is left as a “mirage of suburbia in the middle of nowhere.”
The Mercedes-Benz Museum designed by UN Studio, is an architectural and automotive world of wonder. Location: Stuttgart, Germany. Mercedes has just released almost 100 pictures of their displays and exhibitions.
Students from Emily Carr University making rad Olympic themed displays at the Lululemon Lab in Vancouver. The concept changes every few days. From 3D bobsled team made of fabric to pixel wall made of spools revealing images of athletes!
Similiar to Japanese Oragami, this house unfolds like a piece of slice paper from the sloped site. The negative space between the slices creates wonderful clerestories for natural light and ventilation.
The Guggenheim commissioned 200 artists, architects and designers to propose ideas for the Museum's central void. JDS' proposal consists of a giant trampoline net spiral down the rotunda space. Wish they built this!