All Projects

Byoubugaura House

Takeshi Hosaka Architects

08 Jan 2015

Japanese practice Takeshi Hosaka Architects was tasked with creating a house in a residential area in Yokohama, characterised by rolling hills. The 60 sq. m site is sandwiched between existing houses to the south and the north. On the east side, it faces a 3m tall retaining wall. As such, at first it looked like the area was buried by its surroundings. In response, Takeshi Hosaka's design sought

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Woodwave

Paul Coudamy

08 Jan 2015

Paul Coudamy was in charge of maximising the space in 60 sq. m apartment in Paris, a pied-à-terre intended for short-term rentals for which the young French architect has designed and produced a bespoke screen and storage system. The challenge was to free up the living room and provide ample storage, while also accommodating for four people to sleep within the residence. The

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A Pond Full of Ink

Ira Koers and Roelof Mulder Design

07 Jan 2015

The exhibition on the work of the Dutch artist, illustrator and writer Sieb Posthuma, ‘A Pond Full of Ink', was compiled and designed by Ira Koers and Roelof Mulder.   The pair totally transformed the two rooms of the exhibition space in the Letterkundig Museum in The Hague for a large-scale presentation of 240 small and exquisite drawings by illustrator Sieb Posthuma. Partitioning

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Airbnb Portland

Myriad Harbor

07 Jan 2015

Airbnb have recently opened their newest office in Portland, conceptualised, designed and implemented by their internal team, including environmental designers Aaron Taylor Harvey and Rachael Yu of Myriad Harbor, as well as 50 members of Portland's Customer Experience team. Harvey and Yu, lead designers for the project, spent about a month in research for the space. This included 1:1 field trips

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Tsubomi House

Flat House

06 Jan 2015

Based in Tokyo, this private residence designed by Japanese architectural office Flat House is just 26 sq. m, which also includes a small shop within the property. Tsubomi House (or Tokyo Bud House) is divided into seven split levels with no partitions, all connected by a staircase situated in the middle of the house. From the shop on the ground floor, this metal staircase connects the kitchen

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