The glass-facade, door and window elements are executed as 3 layered glazier.
VILLA SAW IN DACAR
Completed in 2011 by SAOTA Architects. Provides a perfect view of the Atlantic Ocean.
ELLIOT RIPPER HOUSE, SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA
Provides a significantly expanded series of connected interior volumes that harness access to sunlight, ventilation and views of tree canopies, sky and district beyond.
This awesome blooming flower building is not only a building to observe. It actually has 2 elevators running on spiral rails and lifts you up from the ground floor to the cafeteria. The cafeteria is located 135 meters above the ground providing you an excellent view of Dubai and the surrounding park.
The first Maritime Museum of China is located on the shore of an artificial lake which has been recovered from the sea. The lake is a “core” in the rapid development of the city. The museum has the design of a boat. The two “sails” ,that distinguished in the photo, have 58 meters height and is located in the center of the museum square.
In 2012 Lululemon Design Team with Emily Robin and Quardrangle Architectures as leaders added some bizzar and unique elements to their new store at Yorkdale Mall, Toronto.
An attractive design was put at the front facade and entrance of the building. This leaf (which you can observe in the picture) is a mosaic crafted from 35.788 wooden blocks. The blocks are made of a variety of woods restored from the collected history of the Borthers Desslen workshop.
Staves of 16 foot barrel, solid woof tables, shippin pallets, submerged beams and off cuts from different furniture piecesw are combined together to provide us this unique artistic effect.
Some of this buildings are in process, some of them presents the future and some of them are already built. The future is here…
Just take a look anf you will feel like you are in a science fiction movie such as Star Wars, Divergernt or Hunger Games. Other buildings remind me Gaudis’ Architecture (he was a very modern architect) and other remind me the recarnation of Pisa Tower in Italy.
MODERN “PISA TOWER”
SCIENCE FICTION BUILDINGS
Houses from the future with cube styling or facade glazing, hotels in the ocean (this hotel excists and it is located in China). The design and the light of the hotel captures curiosities eyes and provides people with a great and beautiful aesthetic. Whereas some other buildings they don’t provide you such a good aesthetic but they are very modern helping the brain rationalize the digital grotesque of SCI-Arc into something more place-able.
HOTEL IN CHINA
FUTURISTIC BUILDING (REMINDS ME GAUDIS’ BUILDINGS
The displacement of the turning boxes leads the building to become open or closed depending on the changing of the season or functional scenarios.
The turning boxes which inside them are the breakfast area and offices can pivot with a touch of a button. If a owner or a guest deside to change the atmosphere of the building can only push a simple button and vualla! The building has totally changed. Thw boxes can turn 90 degrees to face inward or outward.
In summertime the boxes are changing automatically and they are turning outward. By that the interior of the building has totally changed. Now the interior provides large terraces and plenty of light. Whereas during winter time the boxes are turning inward. Now the terraces has dissapeared providing a minimal openning and light. But don’t worry about the light. The building still has light in the winter time as it captures the sunlight throughout the space of the central void.
And what about the basements? Do they have light? The architects thought even about that. They put a glass fountain whose mirrored sculptures reflect the water’s radiance throughout the space and the light expands everywhere.
Brilliant Idea! Isn’t it???
Brilliant Idea! Isn’t it???