Tight Knit was announced as the first prize winner this afternoon at CHART. The design draws from the oldest traditions of craft – knitting and weaving.
Vespertine Culver City, Los Angeles design by Eric Owen Moss Architects – a tower which is neither a regular box, nor a clear departure from same: conceptually soft geometry, a twisted tower.
METAFORM is going to build the Luxembourgish pavilion for the forthcoming World Expo in 2020. The Dubai office will support the daily business of the project and ease and shorten communication channels.
Together with scenographers and exhibition designers Tamschick Media+Space, Atelier Oï and landscape architects Antón & Ghiggi, HHF developed a spatial and visual-acoustic experience in the form of an open interactive landscape for the 2020 Expo in Dubai
MultiPly London Design Festival Flagship Pavilion 2018 – UK’s first hardwood cross laminated timber being used to construct Waugh Thistleton’s pavilion for the London Design Festival.
Design: Grimshaw Architects
The Sustainability Pavilion building will be a celebration of ecology, sustainable technologies and design, with an overall scheme that works in harmony with the exhibitions it will house.
This project was designed in collaboration between Studio North and the University of Toronto Daniels School of Architecture. Over a 2 week period, Studio North led a design build seminar with the aim to create a new Welcome Pavilion for the village of Wellington, Ontario.
Portsoken Pavilion, a sculptural monocoque structure by Make Architects, has been unveiled as part of the City of London Corporation’s transformation of a former gyratory into a high-quality public space.
Design: Grimshaw Architects
This building aims to illuminate the ingenuity and possibility of architecture as society looks to intelligent strategies for sustainable future living. The architecture is inspired by complex natural processes, like photosynthesis. It captures fresh water from humid air and energy from sunlight.
Drone footage of 2018 annual pavilion by Mexican architect Frida Escobedo, celebrated for dynamic projects that reactivate urban space, with AECOM.
MPavilion 2017 design by Rem Koolhaas & David Gianotten shortlisted at WAF 2018 Awards: the first building designed and constructed by OMA, internationally renowned Netherlands-based architects, in Australia.
Viewing platform with canopy and amphitheater in Divnogorsk, design by OOO “ADM” Architects. The name of this Siberian town comes from a word combination “divnye gory” meaning “amazing mountains”.
Three pavilion buildings designed by h2o architectes are cleverly inserted into a riverside park: woven into the landscape’s orthogonal grid, engaging in a precise game of inflexion and dialogue with the trees.
Review of 16th International Architecture Exhibition & Venice Design 2018 furniture design exhibition by architect, artist and designer Jassim AlNashmi, author of the ‘Traveling Mihrab’ exhibit representing Kuwait and the Arabian Gulf.