– Parisotto Formenton Architetti renovated a holiday apartment on the Swiss Alps highlighting the space design with wood, stone and raw concrete.
– Several opened and functional objects based on the outline of the typical Dutch home play a game with the surface of the main mass of this modernized farm by Studio Prototype.
– Skene Catling de la Peña responds to a site in Waddesdon, a large estate in Buckinghamshire, with a building generated from a neolithic material, the geology and the immediate ecosystem.
– Beirut, with its multi-polar geography, remains a theatre of conflict and local micro-wars; it is a city in need of a new housing policy – as the Syrian refugee crisis has revealed.
– The Spanish food designers food&event play with food in a series of images that ironically depict our daily life in the office, suggesting to change the perception of the desk’s space.
– Produced by Artichoke, the festival Lumiere London transformed 30 locations for four evenings with 3D projections, interactive installations and other light works.
– Given the site’s location, in the heart of the historical brick-making area in Melbourne, Ola Studio showcases how the material continues to be successfully detailed for contemporary architecture.
– Florian Busch-designed restaurant, adjacent to one of Kyoto’s most intricate network of night alleys, is a coherent, continuously varying space stretching over eight levels.
– Designed by RIES, a group of young designers, Alpina is a collection of furniture, based on the use of metal declined into four basic elements: table, desk, chair, shelf.
– For the refurbishment of this apartment in Barcelona Anna & Eugeni Bach create an open space which accommodates all the functions, exploiting its exceptional height.