B+W Architects and Tekhne AG have created a pioneering work in the use of ultra-high-performance concrete in Swiss structural engineering.
Both the colours of the façade and the use of wood for the interior provide a simple yet liveable atmosphere.
An interdisciplinary working team under the leadership of architects Sturm + Wartzeck has won the competition to design the visitor centre.
Upper closures clad in translucent polycarbonate unify a reworked ensemble of assembly halls into a coherent whole.
Budget constraints meant that very little could be done to change the building's fairly unconvincing shape.
On 20 December 2014, the futuristic Musée des Confluences opened in the French city of Lyon.
At first glance, the shape of this small paper cabin seems rather simple. But if you walk around the house...
In Grimbergen, Belgium, an unusual single family house has come about within the remnants of old farm buildings.
It can be seen as a positive exception to the rule when a touristically motivated project takes a stance against this pseudo-idyll.
Fine metal mesh envelopes the facade of the MoyaMoya House like a silvery veil, with the cubic building acting not only as a home and private studio for the owner but also as a meeting place for ...