Himematsu Architecture designed a hotel facade in Miyazaki, Japan, which protects visitors’ privacy and preserves an astonishing view from the interior.
a 19th century photography studio has been transformed into a pair of apartments. conceived as ‘inhabited observatories’, the residences are situated at the top of an haussmannian building in the city’s opéra-madeleine district.
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery in New York is hosting an exhibition, titled ‘The Listening Dimension’ by renowned Danish artist Olafur Eliasson, on view through April 22, 2017.
Iran’s geography consists largely of a central desert plateau, surrounded by mountain ranges. Due to the country being mostly covered by earth, sand, and rock, Iranian architecture makes fantastic use of brick or adobe elements.
These ones come around once in a New York lifetime
A mind-boggling ‘transformer’ apartment, where partitions and cabinets open and close to reveal storage, closets, plus a sitting area, and a sleeping and dining area. The folding walls seem to dissolve away the corners and surfaces, opening up this small apartment in Italy
See the full project. Image © Jan Bitter. Timeline Photos
Frank Gehry has been selected by online education platform MasterClass to lead an interactive architecture and design course on his creative process. The course will include 15 video lessons, and critique from the architect himself on select student work.
The word “design” typically evokes images of hand-drawn sketches, color palettes, computer modeling or visually stunning products or space. But we want to explore the role of design beyond its conventional take. Good design can have the power to shape behavior, and even transform lives.
The Chicago Architecture Foundation’s new graphic novel was inspired by an urban planning textbook from 1911.. ” No Small Plans” aims to empower the city’s youth through stories about their neighborhoods.
in his new work ‘garment district’, commissioned especially for the exhibition future perfect (on show in the museu da eletricidade ) a programme of ‘close, closer ‘ at the 3rd lisbon architecture triennale, we see the dutch designer slowly dipping a model…
Featured in Apartamento magazine, Casa Horta is a 1920s single-family home in Barcelona that is finally boasting its true colors. Its most recent owner, designer Guillermo Santomà, refurbished the home in an exciting way that still feels natural to the space.