Neil Barrett Store by Zaha Hadid Architects

For the new Neil Barrett Store in Tokyo, Zaha Hadid Architects created a circular passage allowing the customers to experience the space in multiple ways and interpretations. The design shifts between architecture and sculpture, where a compact mass of surface layers unravel and fold to form the shelving display and seating. The concept of the store plays with the complementary characteristics and the related dualism between male and female. The furniture piece on the ground floor is designed Read more […]
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Nordpark Cable Railway by Zaha Hadid

Usually I don’t post anything about Zaha Hadid, but in this case I had to make an exception. Starting at the station of Congress in the center of the city, the Nordpark Cable Railway travels to Loewenhaus station before crossing the river, ascending the Nortkette Mountain north of Innsbruck to Alpenzoo station. To create the streamlined aesthetics of the station, the architects used state-of-the-art design and manufacturing technologies developed for the automotive industry. Photos Read more […]
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Caricatured Architects

In the Museum of Architecture there’s an exhibition called Caricatured Buildings, Architects that includes the work of architect – caricaturist Deniz Dokgoz. The images belong to Caricatured Archiects, a collection that questions the dialogue between the architects and their buildings. Read more […]
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