This two-storey, flat-roofed building by bauzeit Architekten is located at the edge of an incline near the picturesque shores of Lake Thun in the Bernese Oberland.
The monolithic construction designed by Pascale Guédot Architecte surrounds old tree, forming an open-air reading room.
Financed by two different clients, the two wings of the complex overlook a shared conservatory with a shed roof.
Skilful form finding and material choices gently integrate the respective new buildings into their landscape context.
The building is a prefabricated, transportable unit that can be placed both quickly and flexibly in the most diverse places imaginable.
Andrés Jaque and his Office for Political Innovation are bringing an issue to the attention of the public with COSMO, a statement and stage set in one.
On a plot of land in one of Melbourne’s bedroom communities, Sean Godsell worked on an historically protected building to transform it into a modern city house.
The Spanish architecture couple known as SelgasCano have given the meadow in front of the Serpentine Gallery the look of a colourful summer festival in Spain.
The creative extension of one half of a London row house is a successful example of how minimal living space can be enlarged, giving the interior a roomy, playful character.
Pedevilla Architects, brothers from South Tyrol, have created this small, down-to-earth and robust single-family dwelling in the idyllic mountain landscape.