Event at this world-famous 20th Century American residence dating from 1949 – an evening at Philip Johnson’s Glass House with architects Norman Foster and Robert A.M. Stern who both studied architecture at Yale.
This conceptual project that started out as a real one. A great client in California found our Seattle firm online, and hired Paul Michael Davis Architects to design him a new house to replace one that had burned down in one of the increasingly frequent wildfires here in the West.
From far away, the building, designed by Matt Fajkus Architecture, looks like a pavilion in the landscape as a structure to behold in and of itself, but from when close to the building it acts as deferential backdrop to function and a frame for views beyond.
A while ago Elenberg Fraser introduced Igor Kebel, their new Design Director – the time has come to introduce his first project, which they are proud to announce represents a dramatic shift in the Elenberg Fraser design process into a completely parametric environment.
Qatari Diar Announces Rosewood Hotels & Resorts as Much-Anticipated Operator for World Class Hotel in Historic U.S. Embassy on Grosvenor Square.
This might be the first time you have heard anybody say this but at Elenberg Fraser’s new mixed-use project at 134-160 Spencer Street there’s actually less than meets the eye. Well, kind of.
The Philippine seas are severely threatened. Over-fishing, mass tourism, massive pollution of plastic waste and toxic products, as well as climate change present real threats to the health of the archipelago and, of course, the survival of its inhabitants.
i29 interior architects has redesigned the new lobby, meeting area and restaurant for BKR, the Dutch national credit registration center in Tiel, Holland.
ECD Architects have finished work on extending and refurbishing Avondale Park Primary School, the aim of the project was to merge the nursery at Avondale Park with St. Anne’s on one single site.
Burda Bebek company’s office is situated in Istanbul and has an area of nearly 500 square metres. Together with colours that reflect its corporate identity, the office was designed to be modern, integral and functional by Istanbul based nord architecture design.
This project was designed by Carme Pinós Desplat and responds to their desire to integrate the new building in the cemetery grounds without distorting the great poetics these emanate.
This extension, designed by Architecture Architecture, is partly inspired by the original 1950s suburban home and partly by the Case Study houses of the same decade.
The project, designed by Paul Kaloustian Studio, tries to create an environment of openness to the outdoor, the curvilinear geometry with the pitched roofs is accentuated by a thin glazing revealing the landscape around the house.