Upper closures clad in translucent polycarbonate unify a reworked ensemble of assembly halls into a coherent whole.
The Simple Factory Building newly built at the heart of an industrial estate in the city offers a solution with very little relationship to the status quo of customary office buildings.
With a light hand and a sleek stylistic idiom, Sauerbruch Hutton have created a transcendental aura for their renewal of the Immanuelkirche.
Entirely pre-assembled, the module offers an intelligent, sustainable and progressive alternative to conventional dwellings.
The dynamically undulating building, whose curves are meant to recall the shape of a wine glass, looks like a white sail that has draped itself over the vineyards.
One of the main projects surrounding the old town of Marseille as the European Capital of Culture for 2013 was the redesign of the harbour basin and shoreline promenade.
In terms of colour and shape, this building by Atelier Scheidegger Keller fits inconspicuously into the surrounding structures.
The interior holds a surprise: the single-family dwelling is a house within a house, featuring a clever distribution of space and finely balanced materiality.
At night, gash-like openings in the facade allow light to escape, giving the culture centre the appearance of a lantern shining in the dark.
The place a Hungarian couple chose for their holiday home is indeed an unusual one, being a former stone quarry.