Cities are metaphors in steel and stone.
“As light filters through the glass it creates dancing patterns across the walls and over a group of maple, ash and holly trees.
"The facade appears like a waterfall flowing downward, scattering light and filling the air with freshness,” said the architect.“
Project name: Optical Glass House
Main purpose: Housing
Design: Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP Co.,Ltd.
Structure design: Yasushi Moribe
Contractor: Imai Corporation
Location: Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hitroshima, Japan
“Yener Torun is a 32 year-old architect who has turned Istanbul into the geographical equivalent of Aladdin’s cave of wonders. Tucked away among the beautiful Ottoman and Byzantine architecture and the blue Bosphorus are a wealth of impossibly bright buildings dominated by geometric patterns, rainbow hues and funny architectural idiosyncrasies. And through his Instagram account, Yener has been slowly but steadily documenting it all.”
Dispatchwork by Jan Vormann
lego/plastic bricks are used to fill in holes and gaps on walls all over the world. For more details, go on dispatchwork’s website here
Branding identity for Norwegian architecture studio Mellbye designed by Heydays.
Photographs of Zaha Hadid’s Serpentine Sackler Gallery in London, which features a glazed restaurant with an undulating fabric roof.
Final chosen location/venue
Never Built: Los Angeles exhibition design at A+D Architecture and Design Musueum in LA
Researching into light installations, I like how they’ve used the lights as a guide / wayfinding.