© Takumi Ota
- Architects: Issei Suma
- Location: Ito, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
- Architect In Charge: Issei Suma
- Structural Engineer: Nawaken-jm
- Area: 100.0 m2
- Project Year: 2015
- Photographs: Takumi Ota
From the architect. The site is located at the top of the mountain ridge, which the top has been cut off and flattened by the previous owner.
The newly-built consits of 5 huts varying in size and height which recalls the former ridge top.
It is a final abode for the clients – two ladies in their 60’s. A social worker and a cook – where they will give and serve the community until the end of their remaining lives.
Spaces are unembellished as a primitive hut. Concrete walls, floors and table.
Thier kitchen is open to the public, functioning as
- Architects: Total Architecture
- Architects In Charge: Shang Yi, Liu Yun
- Area: 831.0 m2
- Project Year: 2016
- Photographs: Rjing-Photo
The J pavilion, as a modeling architecture of the whole scenic spot, is not only a window to display Peach Blossom Town, but also a reception place for a huge number of tourists. The villa is located in the north part
Italy is “giving away” over 100 ancient castles, homes, and towers for free to be restored into new tourist spots, in hopes to lure travelers away from already-crowded city centers. Successful applicants are given an initial nine-year contract to work on their project, and can potentially renew the contract for another nine years. Entrepreneurs with the most concrete proposals might be able to acquire a 50-year lease, The Local reports.
© Dennis Lo Designs
- Architects: NCDA
- Location: 535 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
- Architect In Charge: Nelson Chow
- Area: 60000.0 ft2
- Project Year: 2017
- Photographs: Dennis Lo Designs
- Design Team: Julian Wong, Xavier Chow, Adi Ticho, Rafael Pardo, Nelson Koe, Michal Niedospial, William Odour, Tony Lai, Norman Ung, Peter Lampard, Phyllis Leung, Jonathan Ng, Maeve Larkin
- Interior Design: NC Design & Architecture Ltd (NCDA), www.ncda.biz (NCDA worked in collaboration with WeWork)
- Graphic Design: A107
- Artwork: Cplusc,Kristpher Ho, Bao Ho, Alana Tsui, Fabrick Lab, Vivian Liu, Adrian Wong, Production Q, Karina Illovska
- Writing: Catherine Shaw
From the architect. The new model of communal workspaces with hot desking and flexible new ways of working paradoxically means the modern workplace plays an even more important role in social interaction and creative culture.
Tasked with designing unique communal spaces for global brand
Three years ago, starchitect David Adjaye completed his first project in NYC, an affordable housing complex in Harlem called the Sugar Hill Development. Now that he's garnered international fame for his National Museum of African American History and Culture in DC, Adjaye is coming back to the big apple to build his first skyscraper in the city-- a 61-story, 750-foot-tall condominium condo in the Financial District. Known as the Wall Street Tower, it appears as a gold prism against rigid rows of arched windows.