All Projects

Kita Hisa

baukind

10 Mar 2014

Kita Hisa, formerly a retail store, was rebuilt to create a pleasant, safe and stimulating kindergarten with enough space for 70 children. Baukind´s lovingly and carefully thought-out philosophy focuses on intelligent design that inspires children to grow and develop. The furniture in the Kita is arranged and designed in a way that it creates different zones without using actual dividers

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The New York Times Building and TheTimesCenter

Office for Visual Interaction, Inc.

10 Mar 2014

Acclaimed as the most significant addition to the Manhattan skyline in decades, The New York Times Building officially opened its doors on November 19th, 2007, with the final lighting installation completed in the fall of 2008. Conceived by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, the glass and steel skyscraper is draped with a lace-like screen of thin ceramic tubes, creating an airy façade that

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Stockholm Store

Buster + Punch

10 Mar 2014

Buster + Punch are a London-born interiors brand for those who want to stand out from the crowd and live with conviction. Popular in Sweden - and most notably in Stockholm - they produce distinctive, daring designs in lighting and furniture, plus limited edition pieces. Sharing many of their passions with the people of Stockholm (from motorcycles to fashion and music to tattoos) the designers

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Casa Riemersa

Davide Volpe Architetto

10 Mar 2014

Davide of Davide Volpe Architetto researched the synthesis of reason with fantasy, over a long period of time whilst thinking over the form of the location and how to handle its dynamics. He bought this part of a factory no longer in use, part of the old industrial compound of Fila Sport, which has a particular form that reminds one of the wings of a butterfly in aerial projection. The first

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Danish National Maritime Museum

Kossmann.dejong

06 Mar 2014

Kossmann.dejong has designed the display for the Danish National Maritime Museum in Helsingør. The new building, designed by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), is placed around a former dry dock and the exhibition spaces are all underground. In order to make Denmark's infamous maritime history attractive to a broad audience, Kossmann.dejong visualised a metaphor of a journey. The 5000 m2

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