Natural stone and untreated pine wood: These robust and tradition-imbued materials at the new community centre in St. Martin merge in with the Alpine character of the village.
The Finish Line Tower ("Zielturm") for rowing regattas at Lake Rotsee, Switzerland, offers a relief-like façade and subtle offsets in its three levels.
This new construction, designed by Unterlandstättner Architekten, distinguishes itself from the rest as a sculptural creation.
In Zurich a new building complex was completed in which some of the windows can be opened all the way without encroaching on indoor space.
With a budget of 2.5 million pounds and a fine feeling for detail, the neglected castle has now been reborn as a holiday home for eight guests.
As the winner of this year's YAP 2014 Young Architects Program competition, the installation will be exhibited in the inner courtyard until 7 September.
A patisserie that presents fine pastries in elegant form, topped by a concrete volume that seems to hover above.
The quietude and rusticity that reign here inspired Buchner Bründler Architekten to transform a 200-year-old stone house into a holiday home.
Over eighteen months, the project was realized by research assistants and students comprising an interdisciplinary team.
Puristic, modern and clear – this is the impression made by the exposed concrete facades at David Chipperfield Architects' Berlin office.