Mine Pavilion by Pezo Von Ellrichshausen
Its simple form combines several building types rendering it a billboard to drivers but a tunnel to pedestrians.
Forest of Woods by Pen Pencil Stencil
Crafted from different types of scrap wood.
Seaview House by Hackson Clements Burrows
Conceived to embrace the essence of their existing coastal lifestyle and to accommodate the later stages of their lives.
Photographed by Naoya Fuji
The whole structure is covered with a wire mesh. Perhaps there’s a massive skylight that’s not visible from this angle.
Lafayette Park by Mies van der Rohe
The urban renewal project from the 1960s is still flourishing.
Minimal Analog Watch by Roderick
The inner circumference rotates via a chain mechanism attached to the gears in the bottom part of the steel casing.
Rings by Clive Roddy
Each ring is laser cut, then painted with a durable enamel finish to make sure they stay polished and fresh.
Studio X by OPEN Architecture
An abandoned warehouse has been transformed into a low cost, low maintenance, but highly efficient and adaptive space.
Denis-Ortmans House by Dethier Architecture
Completely pre-fabricated and assembled on a set of foundation pillars, with sustainability being a primary concern.
Air Garden by Ball-Nogues Studio
Its appearance is not static as it is predicated on changing quality of light in the north light well at any hour of the day.
Where People Run by Nathan Yau
Exercise routes were downloaded from RunKeeper and mapped. From top: Atlanta, London, Sydney, and Tokyo.
Stationary collection by Nendo
The team was tasked with rethinking the mundane.