Nature meets concrete architecture in this incredible and very inspiring house in Mexico by 3ARCH.
Created inside a 1940’s architectural gem that used to house the studio of Diaz Morales, the restaurant Hueso has a sensible and tranquil atmosphere – even though all the walls are covered by a vast collection of bones!
Crazy cool & colourful refurbishment of a classic Stockholm apartment by Tham & Videgård Architects.
During Stockholm Design Week in February Swedish design collective ClaessonKoivistoRune opened the doors to a newly finished project.
Scandinavian architects office Guise have recently finished this serene multibrand space in Stockholm.
In close cooperation with Jacob Gubi I recently finished the interiors for new restaurant Amass in Copenhagen in a former shipyard building. The opening of Matt Orlando‘s restaurant has long been anticipated and in July the doors could open to former Noma head chef’s first restaurant.
Torafu Architects have finished the new Aesop shop in Shibuya where they’ve worked around enhancing the characteristics of a long and slender room with very high ceilings through mirrors and reflections.
“Less materials to create more atmosphere” was the dogma for German studio Karhard Architektur + Design when creating this hair salon in Berlin. One of the main features are the mirrors that curve down from the ceiling on thick steel frames.
The Shed is a temporary venue for the National Theatre on London’s South Bank. Functioning as a third auditorium (the Cottesloe is closed for a year during the NT Future redevelopment), The Shed is designed by Haworth Tompkins Architects.
Former employee at Vincent Van Duysen, Belgian architect Nicolas Schuybroek has created quite some stunning projects of his own during the last two years since he started his own studio in Brussels in 2011. Here are a couple of sneak peaks from his portfolio. Read more: Nicolas Schuybroek