Maple House in Chocaya, Cañete in Perú, is designed as a big solid block, which has been excavated to create spaces within.
This small timber house in the Almen countryside, the Netherlands, is designed around a long panoramic window with a view into the garden and the surrounding landscape.
Near the Hudson River, the weekend house custom designed for a New York City-based couple is modern yet warm, like a single space that melts into its surroundings.
The gallery is an urban character contemporary exhibition space which can adjust and accentuate the displays and activities it accommodates.
UNASUR is a socially inclusive project incorporating a library, theater and recreational areas for the community of Quito, in Ecuador.
A house in a dense residential area in Nagoya-city Aichi, Japan, is divided into two sections to comply with its two owners’ stylistic preferences.
The design of two stores in Kos was inspired by the company’s logo resulting in a labyrinth in black and white.
A large-scale architectural modification applied to the original layout of this Triplex Penthouse on top of a skyscraper in Bangkok, Thailand, produces a unique result.
Embracing the building’s industrial past, a visual discourse between new and old is devised through insertions of modern materials along with restored or reclaimed materials from the loft.
The Architect’s Office at Kim Yam Road is a reaction against the rigidity of the typical bureau.
This is an office that was conceptualized, designed, and implemented by Airbnb's internal team; every listing room was decided by the employees.
A rocking design of contradictions was commissioned by a young American client in Bermondsey, London, UK.
Though the Freedom looks like a flying saucer and it seems as an object of exaggerated fantasy, it is a real project that can be performed into life.
ATELIER 8000 participated in the international architectural competition for a new Kežmarskáchata (the Kezmarska Hut) in the High Tatras, Slovakia.
Lilloland, an escape lodge that gives a new concept of outdoor hospitality
Danish architects COBE have won the international competition for adidas’ new flagship building in Germany.
The form creates a series of channels for water to travel though creating a whirlpool effect in order to trap as much tidal energy throughout its structure.
Rather than using sand to measure time, The Solar Hourglass uses the power of the sun to electrify hundreds of homes while providing a breathtaking setting for inspiration and relaxation.
An interactive exhibition on the literary works of Gabriel García Márquez creates an ocean of the writer’s words in 3D.
The new innovative B&B Italia furniture collection, as presented at the Milan Design Week 2015.
Launching a new series of delicate brass items, Michael Anastassiades supports Spring's first green buds to sprout.
Wing was designed by Ramos & Bassols for Actiu and is defined as the natural technological evolution of the traditional chair.
NidoSilla is a massive temporary site-specific installation located in Monterrey Mexico by American artist Mark Reigelman for the annual DECODE design festival.
Now couch potatoes have NO excuse: See the sofa that doubles up as a punch bag
With projects characterised by variety of materials and unique combination of unpredictable and provocative work full of symbolism, Studio Job has redefined contemporary decorative arts for the last 15 years.
Architect Carlotta de Bevilacqua reinterpretes the relationship among man, architecture, nature and light, aspects of which she investigates in relation to physiological and psychological well-being.
How a Greek architect abandoned London’s high end projects, moved to Malawi and founded ‘People of the Sun’ helping local artisans fight poverty through design.
A wooden construction will fiunction as an information point for activities and events, permanent or temporal; it will be placed on an outdoor location, like a square or a pedestrian route so it must be visible from a distance.
Design Lab creates an interactive Applied Creativity Workshop, reflecting on new Design market trends, in ‘Technopolis’, Municipality of Athens, 15-17 May 2015.
Building on its core methodology from its previous versions, AA Athens VS will perform as a team-based programme promoting collaboration and research.