1st prize in Travertine Design - wall finish concept, interior design and visualizations. The idea was to create two different ambiances using one material - travertine slabs filled with fluorescent epoxy. It results in elegant and natural stone during the day and atmospheric and colorful finishing in the evening.
Nice concept by @kola_studio ... #rational_architecture
Final year project, ENSA Normandie 2019
Because of its agglomeration, the city of Tokyo’s major spaces are saturated by its citizens and visitors. His ground, synonymous with movement, struggles to provide spaces for breaks; downtime disconnected from this frenzy.
Superposition is the conductor of Tokyo’s spatial organization. How can public spaces follow this logic?
The project, set up as close as possible to the mad movement of Shinjuku Station, develops as a break time, in contrast to the adjoining shops and the surrounding visual pollution; symbols of overconsumption.
It becomes an urban temple, where the body and mind can become the focus of attention.
A sloping site can often seem like a better option for the too hard basket, instead of the option to build or renovate. However... with a sloping site often comes the most magnificent views and aspects 🙌🏻 These are a few of the projects we have created on sloping sites over the years.
Another photo from the law library at @uofmichigan. I am so in love with this place for the diverse #architecture ! On one hand it is an old building with a hogwarts-esque appearance (see my post from 4 days ago), and then there is this modern wing with amazing #geometric patterns! #AnnArbor , #Michigan
the lobby of the Burroughs Wellcome HQ 1969-72. I’ve probably posted a photo from this building before, but I love @paulrudolphorg and the textured concrete (???) walls always remind me of the athletic club from back home ❤️