"The anthracite concrete box, raised a meter and a half off the ground, only allows one point of access—the entrance, backed also by a slight bending of the glass wall that divides the porch. The project site conditions are interpreted to generate dissonance and denying direct view to the outside."Click through to read more!
"The parti reflects the program through a composition of three diaphanous pavilions around a central, unifying courtyard…A series of overlapping reflecting ponds contained within the central courtyard instill a sense of meditation and retreat where one can contemplate the ocean and sky." Click here to read more!
"The Technologic Park of Vitoria colonizes a little bit of nature. The quality of the site and its steepness make us question where to build. Two boxes made from air rise above the slope. The whole complex in a permanent flight reveals a new gravity." Read more!
Nestled into a hillside, this low profile residence creates a contrast of spatial experiences. The south and east side capture downhill views to the valley floor. On the northern uphill side, the house’s two wings form an intimate courtyard with a grove of aspen trees. Read more!
"The area in front of the station has been redesigned with a new projecting roof, called ‘Golden Eye’ by the locals, marking the centre of the plaza…viewed from below, the roof’s covering reflects a slightly distorted version of the stripes of the plaza pavement, passengers and vehicles, resembling a movie screen projection of their movements." Click through to read more!