Café do Cais, Oporto

The café, in the form of a simple glazed pavilion, is integrated into the lively quayside surroundings along the River Douro in the old city centre.

Pier in Borghetto Santo Spirito, Italy

The redesign of this roughly 100 ? 40 m pier gives it a clear orientation to the sea and creates a meeting place for the villagers as well as a space for...

Urban Renewal in Salemi, Italy

In 1968, the Sicilian town of Salemi was devastated by an earthquake.

Jarmers Plads in Copenhagen

In its treatment of materials, geometry and detailing, the redesign of this open space establishes a close relationship with the architecture of the adjoining...

Kiosk in Pisa

Unobtrusively, but in their own distinct way, these 14 small kiosks of glass, copper and stainless steel stand in a row on the pavement along the medieval walls...

Information Pavilion in Leipziger Platz, Berlin

The “Green Flea”, as this mobile pavilion is known, is 3 ? 7 m on plan and consists of two distinct elements that stand on a steel structure with lifting...

Airport Bus Shelter, Oslo

As part of a master plan for the extension of Oslo’s airport facilities, a parking area with service buildings and space for 6,000 vehicles was commissioned.

Bicycle Shelter in Sakai-cho, Japan

Occupying a site next to an unstaffed station, thislinear structure was conceived as a place of communication that would link the community at present divided...

Glass as a Building Material and Its Possible Applications