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 »
The new hotel was bulit on the site of a former printing house, one of the leading ones in the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. The printing house was bulit by Theodor Böhm. The hotel stands on a rock overlooking a mysterious „garden of Eden“, with the river Metuje meandering below. It was the garden which prompted the name of the hotel – The Garden of Eden.
Light, volumes, spaces and views. Single-family dwelling with swimming pool, next to a golf course. The orientation and the integration of the pine grove are the starting points.
After purchasing a discarded construction trailer for just €15, owners Kris and Griet together with Ghent-based architect practice Karel Verstraeten have transformed it into an inhabitable space.
The Nobel Prize may be considered the most significant prize for outstanding human achievements in the sciences, literature and peace in the world. Since 1901 when the first prizes were awarded, the Nobel Prize has been associated with integrity, autonomy and freedom, fostering the ideals of a just and peaceful world.
Situated in the residential area of Havstein, this compact single family house is overlooking the fjord and city of Trondheim. The house has a modest and abstract formal character in a neighbourhood with various density and architectural expressions. Regulated minimal distance to adjacent road is maintained by the shifting geometrical shape of the house. The shift also obtains a significant view for a neighbour up the hill. These two obstructions – road and neighbour – gave the house its characteristic form.
The office space design for spicebox, a comprehensive digital agency that works across strategic planning, interactive promotion and creative digital marketing, and is part of the Hakuhodo stable. The firm’s name symbolises the ability to deliver surprises and delight, like a variety of stimuli that come tumbling out of a box, so we placed seven box-shaped meeting rooms of differing sizes and finishes around the office, all of which are entered by a wall that has been ‘flipping open’.