Architecture

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Hanging House by Chris Briffa Architects

This contemporary family home located in Naxxar, Malta encompasses everything required by its owners and was constructed on an especially compact site of just 250 sq.m. Hanging House is the design of a young local architect, Chris Briffa, who was not fazed by the challenge, as he believes that architecture is ‘not so much about size as proportion and choice of material.’

Sheikh Zayed Bridge by Zaha Hadid Architects

This collection of images by Hufton + Crow depict the Sheikh Zayed Bridge designed by the practice of Zaha Hadid Architects. The team of London-based photographers are world renown for their inspirational photographs of contemporary interior and exterior architecture.

Sekeping Kong Heng by Seksan Design Architects

The Sekeping Kong Heng is the newest addition to the Sekeping brand of hotels and is located in the Old Town area of Ipoh, one of the largest cities in Malaysia. A renovation project undertaken by the practice of Seksan Design Architects, the work was carried out with great care to preserve the history of the space, a three storey neo-classical building, which refers to the heritage of the colonial era of the city.

Chongqing Greenland Clubhouse by Pure Design

The Chongqing Greenland Clubhouse designed by the Shanghai based practice of Pure Design was built to function as a sales and corporate space for a real estate company. Built on the side of a mountain, the structure follows the natural slope with a box like transparent base on the lower level and a magnificent origami like structured roof on the upper level.

Exclusive Interview with Brad Feinknopf

You have given me a great group of questions and this, not unlike the others, is a very hard question to answer. Each shoot has it’s challenges and excitements so it is hard to rank which ones would be the most challenging and which ones would be the most exciting.  

Volcano Residence by Pieris Architects

The Athens based practice of Pieris Architects were bestowed with the prestigious A’Design Award in the category ‘Architecture and the Built Environment’ for their outstanding design for a sustainable holiday retreat on the island of Santorini, aptly named ‘Volcano Residence’.

La Marseta Country House by Sonua Miralles Mud

In the limited space of a small tool shed in the village of Mutxamel, Alicante in Spain, architect Sonia Miralles Mud created a delightful country house. Inspired by a nearby hill, she designed a small one bedroom home which became part of the rural landscape.

The Palace of Labour by Alberto Apostoli

As part of a larger renovation program in the town of L’Aquila in Italy, part of the area which suffered extensive damage during the devastating earthquake of 2009, is the Palace of Labour, an architectural project, of geometrical but refined language, undertaken by Verona based architect, Alberto Apostoli.

Electric Paris by Mathieu Lehanneur

Paris based designer Mathieu Lehanneur in collaboration with architect Ana Moussinet have designed the interior of a new cultural venue in Paris, Electric Paris. In a multi-purpose space of 1.000 sqm. facilities are in place to host a wide variety of diverse events from music to sports and art to fashion.

Quai de la Graille by r2k Architects

Quai de la Graille is a project for an apartment block in the French Alps town of Grenoble. Designed by the local practice of r2k Architects, the simple geometric form of the 10 storey structure is set apart from the neighboring buildings by irregularly spaced balconies, and not just any run-of-the-mill additions but organic shapes which appear to have grown out of the building haphazardly.