An eye-catching entrance building to the Eriksberg Nature Reserve, with an unexpectedly shaped facade decorated in the traditional Swedish "Falu copper red" paint, is the first in a series of interventions for the Eriksberg Hotel & Nature Reserve
The Zegel building, on the corner of major access roads to the city of Antwerp, is built for a mixed program of offices for the district police, residences, and the entrance to a metro station
This project is aimed at the redevelopment and enhancement of the lakefront part of Campione's Old Town. The new structure for the Imbarcadero is designed to be more in keeping with a new image of the town: a light and bright canopy whose section is meant to evoke the wings of seagulls or swallows that inhabit the surrounding landscape
Sculptor Matěj Hájek of the S K U L L studio brings to life a sculptural-architectural monument in Prague's Husův Park in the recently revitalized Čakovice district, titled Superpower Wall by the artist himself
The Lookout Spike is part of a series of five lookouts that Mjolk architekti has completed over the past ten years, small, distinctive architecture based on a careful analysis of the site
MA.ST. is "A design thought composed of solids and voids, where the rigorous lines of architecture and prestigious materials meet the fullness of greenery designed and distributed precisely to generate public places for the inhabitants" (Sa-Architecture)
Located along the banks of Shoal Creek in downtown Austin and known as the city's first park, the 84-acre Pease Park has a rich history that has always been a part of the residents' history. The first phase of rehabilitation, preservation, and enhancement of the park, completed by the architectural firm Clayton Korte in collaboration with Ten Eyck Landscape Architects and Mell Lawrence Architects, involves the southernmost tip of the park, affectionately referred to as the park's "recreational heart and cultural soul"
Three new scenic walks above the Horní Bečva quarry take visitors to the slopes and to the top of the quarry hill, together forming a walking circuit that connects all the major viewpoints, a nearby road, and a parking lot
The wooden pavilion is a spatial experiment in which the designers of LIN Architects give up considering functional elements, looking instead for keywords that can define the spatial elements in the environment
Alun-alun Kejaksan is a 1.2 hectare open-air square located in the Indonesian, multicultural city of Cirebon: its area encloses a palace, a government center, a mosque, and a marketplace
The Kaohsiung National Center for the Arts symbolizes the transformation of the Chinese city of Kaohsiung, once a major international port, into a modern and diverse metropolis with a rich cultural climate. The project is located on former military land, and stands as an integral part of the adjacent subtropical park with the intent of positive social impact on Kaohsiung's nearly 3 million residents
"To talk about" the currents" is to talk about public space and at the same time to look at the landscape. Working between architecture and sculpture, between landscape and art, offers a frontier space that needs both to express itself. If we are able to connect with this dialogue, then we can see them all as fragments of the journey just as one space. "Juan Correa
The experience of urban public space should be a response to the human need for relationship. "Dialogue" is the urban furniture designed by designers and artists Coryn Kempster and Julia Jamrozik with the intent to bring back the social function of public urban space: to create shared physical experiences
Les Architect Labontè Marcil designed the Clémentine-de-la-Rousselière pavilion in Montreal. The project goes beyond the preconceived idea that a chalet in the park should only meet functional needs, becoming instead a strong element within it.
Drift, Volkan Alkanoglu's signature wood and steel pedestrian bridge, an example of art, architecture and design, is installed in Fort Worth, Texas, an example of a sustainable design strategy
Bridge Lounge in Turkey. New Wooden urban space to redevelop and experience different forms of relaxation