Argentinean studio Adamo-Faiden has overhauled an ageing townhouse in Buenos Aires with the addition of a rooftop courtyard and an underground yoga room. The house had been used in various guises throughout its history, most recently as an apartment block, and Marcelo Faiden and Sebastian Adamo were
Next This micro house in Beijing by Chinese architect Liu Lubin comprises three cross-shaped modules that can be flipped around to turn a living room into an office or bathroom (+ slideshow). Designed as both architecture and furniture, the modules are constructed to a minimum size
Bartlett School of Architecture graduate Viktor Westerdahl has devised a fantasy scenario where the discovery of a new liquid energy cues construction of a remote city in the middle of the Indian Ocean.
Aunque no es habitual que en Brandemia_ reseñemos trabajos de portafolios personales, la calidad de la propuesta realizada por el joven diseñador Thorbjørn Gudnason para el museo ARoS (www.thorbjoerngudnason.com) merecía que rompiésemos la convención. Inaugurado en 1859 y reconocido como una de las instituciones más importantes del norte
It helps to have a strong understanding of dramatic interiors when tackling the potentially intimidating task of restoring a massive, 17th century Amsterdam canal residence AND re-imagining it as a functioning modern residence for a busy, fun- and art-loving four-member family.
Opening Ceremony has relocated its flagship store from Shibuya to Omotesando to the home of street fashion on Cat’s Alley. The new Tokyo flagship store sees OC founders Humberto Leon and Carol Lim realise yet another temple to their love of out-of-the-box fashion.
As far as nightlife goes, in Porto, Portugal, it is all happening downtown. A local company, Baixa (baixa is Portuguese for downtown), has recently added another downtown nightclub to its roster that already includes the Baixa bar.
With seven million people, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated areas in the world. While the plain numbers may not sound too intriguing, the pictures look absolutely mind-blowing. In his ‘Architecture of Density’ photo series, German photographer Michael Wolf explores the incredible
Waking up at 4 am and daily trips 1.358 feet (414 m) up is nothing, if you know that you’ll be snapping a city in the clouds – this is how the days of a German photographer Sebastian Opitz would start in Dubai. From the 85th floor
Los contenedores de transporte se han convertido en un atractivo recurso para el mundo de la arquitectura. Últimamente han causado gran sensación en la escena del diseño sostenible. Está claro que son la nueva moda. Los arquitectos se han fascinado con estas cajas gigantes de