With its memorable lines that run along the entire façade, the Borges Building project, located at Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon, was designed to enhance and connect with this remarkable landscape of the city of Rio de Janeiro.
Located on a commercial street about thirty minutes by train from the center of Tokyo, within walking distance from Shiki Station in Saitama Prefecture, this steel-frame multi-tenant building has four stories above ground and one below. The city of Shiki prospered as a commercial area on the banks of the Shingashi River during the Edo period, and in modern times developed as a major stop on the Tobu-Tojo railway line.
The CVET32 house was created for young and contemporary people who value simplicity around them. We designed it in minimalistic and clean architecture and interiors to reflect the lifestyle of the future residents. The house fits into the contradictory and various contexts of the surrounding buildings due to its simple facade, devoid of decorative elements. Only the rounded slopes of the windows give it more complex plasticity.
Praça4 was designed with the purpose of using Architecture to connect people with nature, with their neighbors, and with the city. The building has compact units and very generous common spaces, creating a cozy and efficient place for its dwellers – along with a unique experience when you leave or arrive at home.
The Kadokawa Culture Museum is a futuristic cultural labyrinth that agitates various binary oppositions brought by modern times, such as cities and suburbs, high culture and low culture, in a three-dimensional and cross-sectional.The site, the Musashino Plateau, was created by the collision of four tectonic plates surrounding Japan.
The unique context of the place and the potential negative consequence of implementing a new tissue in this unique area meant that the decision to shape a new building was not easy and had to refer directly to these guidelines, not compete with them, and “respond” to the environment with its uniqueness in a contemporary way. The task was even more difficult as the budget was limited and the investor’s expectations were high.
Flora is a residential building in one of Stockholm’s most expansive districts — Midsommarkransen. Situated on the main street Bäckvägen, the building enhances the street’s expression while adding a contemporary element. The ground floor has room for a café at one end of the sloping plot, and underneath the building is a garage.
The project is part of the area of Lambrate in Milan, currently undergoing an overall transformation and redevelopment. The project finds its foundations in the design of the open/green spaces, which determined the design of the residential volumes here settled.
The Plot: Hwaseong is a city near Seoul. Hwaseoung is a pronoun, but shares the same sound as Mars in Korean, Thus the name “Mars” for the project. The Building is located in the middle of a new urban development within Hwaseong city. This part is relatively new and vacant, almost barren, with a stretch of imagination, evoking some kind of foreign landscape in the planet of Mars.