Posts Categorized: Architecture

Roll It Experimental Housing 1

Roll it – Experimental Housing

Roll It, a cool experimental house, resulted from the collaboration among different institutes within the University of Karlsruhe. This cyclindrical design is a modular protype that provides flexible space within a minimum housing unit. Three different sections
We Are You Architects Have a Nice Day-vertical-livingroom

We Are You Architects: Have a Nice Day

Swedish architects We Are You were recently awarded 1st price in a competition for their proposal “Have a Nice Day” for a new student residential house in Toronto, Canada.
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MAD Architects: Urban Forest

MAD Architects' latest project, Urban Forest, is located in Chongqing, China. Drawing on the mountainous landscape of the country, the commercial high-rise building, is made up of curved, abstracted shaped floors which have been layered slightly off-center from

MVRDV exhibits China Hills: A vision of future cities

Beijing Center for the Arts, together with project developer Beijing Vantone Three Dimensional City Investment Co. Ltd, presents the exhibition BCA Green Project II. Three Dimensional City: Future China featuring work of Paolo Soleri and MVRDV.

studioMAS: De Land

Situated on 34ha of land in the outskirts of Potchefstroom, this development aims to create a sustainable village in which older people can retire in an environment where their lifestyle is not compromised nor are they isolated from the community. Rather, they will
Hungary's Pavilion at The Shanghai World Expo 2010 - 23 Model

Hungary’s Pavilion at The Shanghai World Expo 2010

Hungary inveiled the design for their pavillion for next year’s Shanghai World Expo, designed by Tamás Lévai. Gömböc, as a hungarian invention, is the central element of the exhibition, a two meter high solid plexiglass moving object.

Fontaine-Vanhaesebrouck Architects: Macro-Micro

Macro Micro isn’t a master plan, but a network of open spaces at macro scale, intensified by micro interventions at particular places. We propose a coherent network based on existing morphology, open spaces structure and landscape qualities.