"Building the Future" - DETAIL research's event series at BAU 2015
Why have walls when you can do without? This house, known as the Tent because of its shape, was built using local techniques and is self-supporting.
Offering closed-off facades that provide shelter from the wind, the Himalesque radio broadcasting station blends in perfectly with its surroundings.
The new 'Markthal' by MVRDV in Rotterdam combines a covered food market and housing development in an innovative arch-shaped solution.
The winners of the international competition for the expansion to the BMW Group’s Research and Innovation Centre (FIZ) have been decided.
Its Austrias most prominent construction site - and the biggest one. In December, the first long distance train is to stopp in Central Station.
Pool, conservatory, garden: the three main functions of a weekend house have been distributed over vertically stacked volumes of in-situ concrete.
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.
For the inhabitants of Carnisselande, a walkable circular stairway makes the contradiction between the near but so far city visible and physically experienceable.