Posted on July 10th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
Close to Gothenburg in Sweden, the Bornstein Lyckefors Architects have designed a simple 260 m2 saddle roof house with facades and roof in one material and color creating a neutral background to a diverse surrounding.
The renowned Danish David Thulstrup Studio has completed an exciting transformation of a heritage pumping station dating back from 1902 in Copenhagen into Chimney House, the third outpost of Vipp Hotel.
Posted on March 20th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
Located at Lindesnes, the southernmost point of the Norwegian coastline, Europe´s first underwater restaurant opens March 20. The Snøhetta-designed restaurant will also function as a research center for marine life.
Posted on March 9th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
Together with AIM Architecture Norm Architects have recently completed an exclusive villa resort in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka, with breathtaking views, close to nature, soft transitions and natural materials.
Posted on January 13th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
The Roslyn Road project in London is Magri Williams Architects first completed project. With a focus and approach on materials and details, their extension of an existing terrace house is Scandinavian blond and efficient.
Posted on January 11th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
Located on the west coast of Denmark in the dramatic dune landscape the 120m2 house has a stunning view over the North Sea and relates humbly to the nature in terms of geometry and materials.
Posted on August 28th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
The Belgian Govaert & Vanhoutte Architects create exciting glass and concrete design, streamlined, horizontal and minimalistic with an underlying poetic mark in the use of light and awareness of how to relate to the surroundings.
Posted on July 19th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
This year’s Serpentine Pavilion by Frida Escobedo, contemplates time through refractions and shadows. Drawing on both Mexican and British context and history, the structure interplays light, water and geometry for quiet reflection.
The Finnish architectural office, Lundén Architecture Company, has turned the Nordic Pavilion in Venice into a laboratory for exploring the relationship between nature and architecture at the Biennale Architettura 2018.