This Building Is Covered In Fins Made From 100 Year Old Reclaimed Wood
100 year old fir reclaimed from an abandoned grain storehouse was used as a screen of wooden fins to create a modern building facade.
Concrete Tiles Inspired by its Original, Liquid Form
KAZA Concrete has another designer collaboration and their latest is with Aybars Asci, who created a single tile inspired by concrete's liquid form.
3XN completes Copenhagen hospital building with slanted walls
Angled stone surfaces create zigzags across the facade of this hospital building in Copenhagen by Danish firm 3XN
Gallery of Américas 1500 / Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos - 19
Image 19 of 26 from gallery of Américas 1500 / Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos. Photograph by Rafael Gamo
daewha kang uses mirrored stainless steel to transform communique HQ
the design transforms what was once a dark, low space beneath the aging building into a silver tree that anchors it within the seoul neighborhood.
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Liquid Forms – Concrete Tile Design by KAZA Concrete
Liquid Forms is the winner of the Walker Zanger KAZA Concrete Tile Design Competition in partnership with Architectural Digest. Capturing the essence of concrete as a liquid stone, the design was inspired by the mastery of Baroque sculptors and the idea of expressing flow in a solid form. It is markedly three-dimensional, recalling the wavesRead More