SF Loft Designer by Wardell+Sagan Projekt

SF Loft Designer by Wardell+Sagan Projekt More »

Exbury Egg by Spud Studio

Spud Studio s design the Egg shape mini house boat. The project is led by art, architecture and education consultants, Space Placemaking and Urban Design (SPUD Group). More »

X-CAV street sweeper by Carlos Schreib

X-CAV street sweeper design and by Carlos Schreib. The street sweeper incorporates many factors concerning esthetics. The first one is the simple ability to clean the public space More »

Pergola Design by Coodo

Contemporary company Coodo Living design this Pergola. More »

Windoze 16 Casa Decor Madrid By Egue & Seta Architects

In the current edition of Casa Decor Madrid 2013 which began on May 17 and will run until June 24 in the c / Fernando el Santo 16 (former headquarters of the British embassy) the organization of the event included our services to design the appropriateness of facade, More »


VG Offices by Rocco Borromini Architect

Inside a prefabricated industrial structure, the offices enjoy an unusual panoramic position towards the river Adda and the cultivated valley. The glass and aluminum curtain wall provides a wide view and exceptional natural lighting. The project is spread over two levels, the ground floor is used for offices secretarial while the first floor is used the executive offices.

VG Offices Italy by Rocco Borromini Architect 

Aktivhaus house design by Werner Sobek Stuttgart GmbH & Co

Active House B10 is part of a research project examining how innovative materials, structural designs and technologies can improve our built-up world in a sustainable manner. Thanks to a sophisticated energy concept and a predictive, self-learning building control system the house generates twice as much energy from sustainable resources as it actually requires for its own needs. The surplus energy is used to power two electric cars and – utilizing smart grid technology – the neighbouring house built by the architect Le Corbusier (home to the Weissenhof Museum since 2006). Combining mobile and permanent infrastructures is an extremely promising approach towards achieving an integrated and decentralized power supply to serve the needs of both electro-mobility and the built-up environment.

Architect:- Werner Sobek Stuttgart GmbH & Co

Aktivhaus house design by Werner Sobek Stuttgart GmbH & Co 

La Crepe´s Kitchen Restaurant by SOLISCOLOMER

La crepe kitchen’ is a re-launch of traditional guatemalan chain la crepe restaurant by solis colomer architecture. The firm repurposed the store’s original style into a modern, functional atmosphere. The concept behind the restaurant is the result of three integrated ideas.


La Crepe´s Kitchen Restaurant Guatemala by SOLISCOLOMER 

The Biezantijn by Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten

Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten together with MTD landscape architects won the design competition for a Community Centre with an elementary school and 30 apartments in the city of Nijmegen in The Netherlands. The complex is located in a typical working class neighbourhood. The brief was to design a coherent whole for the three components and bringing together the various users. The Community Centre is the so called “living room” of the district and is designed to bring the indigenous and new residents of the neighbourhood together. In addition, the building acts as a catalyst for other developments in the area.

Architect:- Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten

The Biezantijn by Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten 

Generator Copenhagen by The Design Agency

Generator Copenhagen combines the practicality and stylishness of Denmark with the social energy and youthfulness of the Generator brand. Centrally located just off Copenhagen’s Kongens Nytorv Square, the six-storey hostel transforms a Philippe Starck-designed apartment building. Its former social spaces and furnishings presented a great starting point for a lively and playful interior that mixes high design with cheap chic

Architect:-  The Design Agency

Generator Copenhagen by The Design Agency


Located in a privileged area surrounded by forests but still close to Guatemala city, the Casa Chinkara presents itself as a dual residence exploring the contrast between the natural and the man made; between the primitive and the contemporary. The house was imagined as a rock embedded in the landscape, an ethereal element that follows the order of the contour lines of the terrain. Inside it houses an art gallery, an intimate space for contemplation, a container of experiences materialized in the various works of art that conform it.  This rocky volume has been sculpted in such a way that it allows for light to come in through a skylight and for the different spaces in the inside to flow right out into the natural landscape.


Casa Chinkara Guatemala By SOLISCOLOMER 

Wahroonga House by Darren Campbell Architect

Located in the leafy northern Sydney suburb of Wahroonga the house presents as a single storey to the street and is accessed via a walkway bridge through a stand of native gum trees.  The site falls away from the street and visitor enter on the first floor level of the front of pavilion.  They are met with a two storey light-filled living space and views to a private landscaped courtyard below.

Architect:- Darren Campbell Architect

Wahroonga House Australia by Darren Campbell Architect 


We participated very deeply in the conception process of the FEED butchery, taking part not only in the elaboration of the architecture, interior design and visual identity, but all the way to the very products we all handpicked to be sold at the shop. This store is the brand’s flagship and has in its objective the presentation of a very high-level alternative for the traditional meat consumption.