Art and architecture have always had an ineffable relationship to each other since the beginning of human civilization. Humankind appears to have always had the urge to seek shelter and express creativity. By commingling art with architecture, we step out of consensus reality and experience the world anew. In both, the human mind reinterprets time, space, and the meaning of life in a refreshing new way. Continue reading The Mystical Relationship Between Art And Architecture
WORKac has recently completed its most ambitious interior to date – a 6,000 SF loft apartment that encompasses a full ground floor, half a basement and one third of a sub-basement: an “inverse triplex” for a family of four that loves to entertain. Continue reading White Street Loft
Some projects are more special than others and this one makes no exception. Located inside an industrial building, the design of this office space is eclectic and spectacular. Originally composed of small partitioned offices and covered with false ceiling tiles, the assembly was removed and opened to create an open space with windows overlooking. Continue reading Architectural needs and up coming of the housing complex,The Habitat 67
The image above shows KSR Architects‘ Camden Town Pavilion at the iconic Britannia junction outside Camden Town Underground Station in Camden, London. The local design practice recently won the competition to design the temporary pavilion for the town’s first annual Camden Create Festival happening May 13-15.
“Based in Camden, the practice is delighted to be participating in the festival, which aims to celebrate the existing community of creative enterprises in the area, and attract new businesses.vBrittania junction is a significant and key confluence of views and thoroughfares and the perfect location for an artwork that represents this hidden community. Continue reading KSR Architects to Design Pavilion for Camden Create Festival 2014
This is REX‘s latest project in vertical design. The international firm revealed the concept design of their “Media Headquarters Buildings” project for two sister companies in the Middle East.
Aside each structure’s stacked programs to fit its restricted footprint, the buildings convey references to local traditional Arab architecture. This includes the façades designed with geometric retractable sunshades that were inspired by the Mashrabiya pattern. Continue reading REX Reveals Design for Middle Eastern Building Project