// arthitectural / Germany
  • The large shape gently integrating into the park landscape is created with three circles, which are ‘interlaced’ in the centre. The building figure has no rear side. The basic concept gives the solitary building a special power and prominence in the urban planning context and simultaneously subtle modesty. The spatial concept also defines the interior […]


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  • Communication and identity are key themes of our new working worlds and provide the motto for Walter Knoll presence at the Orgatec 2014. The design of the exhibition stand supports the market presence and brand identity of Walter Knoll in the high-quality office segment. At the same time the stand is designed as a response […]


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Factory Berlin is a 10.000m² start-up campus in Berlin Mitte, home to Twitter, Soundcloud and 6Wunderkinder. The campus is hosted by Google. The main building, formerly the Oswald Berliner Brewery, was once a part of the Berlin Wall; the third floor windows facing what was once West Germany served as outlooks for the prying eyes […]


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Avoiding the removal of a hard hill as much as possible, a roof simply covers the residence. Extended in steps, the residence is made with 3 meter by 3 meter grid steel frame that supports roof. The space is composed of boxes that receive bedroom, children’s room and wet area and the rest is left out […]


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In a well defined regular lot, the Quinta da Cal House is subject to the required alignments thats constricts it’s implantation. Given notice to the clients expectations regarding a generous space and taking into account the small terrain available, our objective is to create interior areas that look bigger than they actually are, and also […]


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“All those years of hauling have left it deformed. Even though it’s missing a bogie and has been derailed, when you saw it you could not help but feel respect. Not like what we see now … they don’t make them like they used to.” This is how Nelson, the train driver, describes boxcar 1513. […]


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