PKMN Architectures has come up with a flexible piece of furniture that adapts to personal needs.
House S, designed by Japanese architect Yuusuke Karasawa, plays with stairways, levels and perspectives.
Op-art and gestalt psychology served as sources of inspiration for the appearance of the Pulsate showroom in London’s Primrose Hill district.
It had been presumed lost, but this fall a legendary interior designed by Hermann Czech for a baroque palace in the heart of Vienna found its way back into the spotlight.
The architects wanted to keep the "spirit" of the house alive on the one hand, and yet replace the historic facade with room-high panorama glazing on the other.
Architect and landscape planner were commissioned to design a showroom for the Sisii fashion label and decided to bring the near woods into its interior.
Pool, conservatory, garden: the three main functions of a weekend house have been distributed over vertically stacked volumes of in-situ concrete.
A sculptural staircase in the form of irregularly perforated copper panels is the central element of Villa Mallorca.
This staircase, made of massive blocks of wood, is load-bearing only as the sum of its constituent parts. It evokes associations of a popular game of dexterity.
Stairs in unusual design and functions help to use resources within people's homes