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.
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.
The new building designed by act_romegialli is impressive in its unusual working of the concrete surfaces.
With their muted edges and unusually soft surfaces materials such as rubber sheeting and architectural carpets are creating new design possibilities as building skins.
Most vendors can’t afford a custom tent, so they are all white, with flimsy signage. An AIA design competition aims to re-imagine the farmer’s market canopy pop-up booth.
A sculptural staircase in the form of irregularly perforated copper panels is the central element of Villa Mallorca.
ARX Portugal has designed a house with two completely different façades to meet the needs for privacy and openness.
Despite façades without a single opening and being located on a heavily shaded plot, the building is flooded with daylight.