“Small house” by japanese studio unemori architects (hiroyuki unemori) situated on an exceptionally limited site in Tokyo, only 13 ft wide! This 30-foot-tall tower was designed for a married couple and their one child who live in a built up neighborhood of Japan’s bustling capital.
Conceived as a gateway to the city, the Terminal Building is raised up from the road level giving the appearance of sitting on its own plateau. In this context the building is the dominant and most imposing structure on the horizon with a profile silhouetted against the sky.
Building Trust International -Moving Schools, the design competition looks to provide a long-term solution to the many issues faced by displaced communities in the World’s developing countries, beginning with the Burmese border town of Mae Sot.
A project by XTe arquitectura. It is explicitly demanded a complex that, in addition to solving the functional interrelationships, offers an appropriate corporate image to the institution of national and international prominence which will host and give identity to: the most important private organization in the country engaged in higher technological education, being “avant-garde” and “sustainability” two of the essential concepts to be considered in a 3-phase development process to reach its maximum expansion.
Winnipeg It is the coldest city of its size outside of Siberia. Winter can last six months. Thanks to the Skating Shelters that the city authorities commissioned the architects at Patkau to design, there are now nice places to sit and shelter when the wind gets especially mean or someone simply wants a time-out.
The main component of standard Billboard house is composed by a trailer base as a moveable base for 3 storey house within the billboard structure.
In addition to public events, activities and venues, over 40 companies and organizations have constructed pavilions to showcase their products and technologies. Architectkidd developed the building design for the Bridgestone Pavilion.
24° Studio (Fumio Hirakawa + Marina Topunova) is a multidisciplinary practice established in 2008. 24° Studio believes that the process of integrating multiple perspectives will lead to innovative result, thus redefining the connection between our body and our surroundings.