This beautiful Lightcatcher for the Whatcom Museum was designed by Olson Kundig Architects. This project was to add an iconic object for the museum to make the museum’s exterior as active as the interior.
The Moses Mabhid Stadium in South Africa for the FIFA 2010 World Cup features a cable-car that rides up the soaring arch to a skydeck for prime viewing and was partially constructed from the old stadium.
Conflict Kitchen is a take-out restaurant that only serves cuisine from countries that the United States is in conflict with. The food is served out of a take-out style storefront, which will rotate identities every 4 months to highlight another country.
A stone-cladded tower for gym and relax landed over an ancient hotel. Grande Hotel do Porto in Portugal: design by COR Arquitectos. COR stands for Cremascoli (Roberto), Okumura (Edison) and Rodrigues (Marta).
Two new buildings for the State Parliament of the Principality of Liechtenstein in Vaduz by Hansjörg Göritz. 680,000 specially customised yellow ochre bricks cover walls and ceilings from the underground garage to the conference room.
The Rodrigues Harvey House is a modern and simple house by Nicolas Loi of Loi Arquitectos. Located in Tunquén, a coastal area in the central region of Chile, on a 5.000 square metre site overlooking the sea.
Saipua Shop in industrial Red Hook, Brooklyn, was designed by the architects of Tacklebox for a small, family-run business dedicated to small batch production of handmade soaps and unique floral arrangements.
Check out this series by Julia Fellner. The ceiling lamp “yes!” remembers, when you jump for joy. Its paper lampshade is perforated with a triangle structure. More to be presented on DMY10 in Berlin. Starring the whole superéquipe Team.
Multidisciplinary studio TODA designs a gorgeous hands-on exhibition for AIGA's Design Journeys: You Are Here. There is also a painted mural by Rafael Esquer from Alfalfa Studio, and to which viewers can contribute.
MILANO APERTA: New Architecture - guided tours to buildings and districts of Milan promoted by the Urban Center of the City of Milan and by AIM Associazione Interessi Metropolitani. Including weekly coach tours in June.
Another design from container was made by Maziar Behrooz Architecture. This is an art studio, built near their client's house. The design is very simple, using two 9’-6” x 40’ x 8’ shipping containers.