The headquarters of one of Spain’s telecommunications giants is aggressively vertical — especially in contrast to the Herzog & De Meuron Forum Building next door — and much more transparent than one might expect from such a corporate entity.
The Khadakvasla House is a tropical paradise, a home that blurs the lines between shelter and nature, blue skies above and water below. Located in western India, the Khadakvasla House takes advantage of the lush tropical environment...
The Outpost Residence is centered around a main living space from which you can access the bedroom from a narrow staircase. From the outside, the building looks minimalistic and made of concrete blocks and a large window.
Architects and architecture students are always looking for someone to critique their work. The more feedback you get during your design process the better your overall project will be at the end. Archollective is a new site to give designers additional feedback when working on their architecture project. This web application gives you the option to critique other people’s work or upload your own projects and start receiving feedback from the rest of the community.
The Centro Abierto de Actividades Ciudadanas – Open centre of civic activities – that hosts public events, such as a twice-weekly market, has been transformed into a kind of architectural array of water lilies.
Zebar is a music bar in Shanghai with a very impressive interior space designed by 3GATTI Architecture Studio. It has an undulating cave-like form created by apertures cut into fins along its length. All panels in create for creating special effects is cut by hand (low-cost fixed-defining), according to the architect of 3D game rendering fast enough.
The commentary on Frank Gehry’s new symphony space, and of the larger complex it sits in, the New World Center, has been overwhelmingly positive – at least in proportion to the kind of criticism Gehry’s projects generally draw out.
Photographs of the recently completed ‘les bains des docks’ aquatic centre in le havre, france designed by jean nouvel have begun to surface. the mostly white space is very light in feel, while a brightly coloured alcove pops with vitality.