Mirare Maze Folly is a continuation of Mobile Studio’s fascination with interaction, perception and architecture to create playful an immersive environments. London-based Mobile Studio Architects revisits the classical garden maze and reinterprets it trough plays on light and refection.
On June 1 the Museum for Architectural Drawing in Berlin by Russian architecture collective SPEECH Tchoban/Kuznetsov opens its door to the public. The museum that shows some of the world’s rarest architectural illustrations, also houses a permanent collection from the Tchoban Foundation which contains the works of Sergey Tchoban.
Ceramic Stereo by Swedish born industrial designer Victor Johansson is a smartphone audio controller that makes wireless connectivity and communication more graspable by mapping intangible actions, functions and settings to real-world tangible actions.
Swedish designer Richard Lindvall has recently transformed a parking garage near Stockholm into a restaurant and nightclub. The natural raw atmosphere of the space was kept and used as a base for the concept.
In the heart of Bantry Bay in Cape Town, on the slopes of Lion’s Head, South African studio SAOTA created a stunning house with a spectacular view on the bay. Dramatic volume, far-reaching views, sculpture and raw textures – rock, timber, concrete – are the cornerstones of this house.
The Residence in Kifissia, one of the most expensive northern suburbs of Athens, Greece, was designed by local office Tense Architecture Network. The residence, wrapped in a “shell” of vegetation, looks like an austere prism, structurally supported by central pillars that make the house seem to float above the ground.
London-based Giles Miller Studio designed with British precision metal fabricators Tecan, ‘The Heart of Architecture’. This innovative installation has been constructed at the iconic Saint Johns Gate as a part of this years Clerkenwell Design Week.