// arthitectural / garden
  • Elysium 10 (Porous House) blurs the distinction between architecture and landscape through the complex fusion of the two. The concept is achieved by bringing outdoor rooms, lush gardens, covered links and screening devices into the plan alongside living areas, bedrooms and amenities. The benefit of this approach is twofold – experientially and functionally. Firstly, the composition […]


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  • In Sep. 2014, we created and opened the art work in the gallery “Mies van der Rohe Haus” operated by Bezirksamt Lichtenberg von Berlin. The building of this institution is “Landhaus Lemke”, which was designed by Mies van der Rohe in 1922/33, reconstructed and utilized now. Because one of its unique aspects is expansive garden […]


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The Tobaco Hotel is located in the centre of Łódź, among historic tenement houses and old factory buildings. The hotel is part of the historic factory building complex. Since 1895, Karol Kretschmer had operated a wool textile factory there. In 1932, the National Cigarette Factory opened on the former textile factory premises. Nowadays, the whole […]


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Undergraduate Shelving was launched in occasion the Salone Internazioale del Mobile in Milan. Andy sees this as ‘back to basic’ blocks ridding ourselves of the complexities of contemporary furniture and giving the opportunity to be modified and redesigned by the user. He has designed a simple formal object which can be pushed in many to […]


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“A die set in a pyramid volume made only of lawn”: everything began with this concept, to understand how to position an important volume in the environment. The second step was light: the volume had to be luminous in order to be set lightly between the sky and the earth. This led to the architectural […]


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