a leading Canadian architectural practice working throughout North America, Europe, the Caribbean and the Middle East and designing a broad range of building types for cultural, civic, academic, healthcare, residential and commercial property clients
bringing together dynamic building and material experimentation with traditional methods of craft, this Bergen-based firm has worked on cultural and residential projects right across Norway, as well as England, Denmark, Italy, Sweden and Canada.
a photographer who likes to record the world around her intuitively and spontaneously, who thinks of her camera as her voice
husband and wife team out of LA that strives for design solutions that are sensitive to the natural and built context of each project while responding to the specific needs of its clients
located at Manhattan’s Union Square, this female led firm has acquired an international reputation for work that is sensitive to context and program, thoughtful in execution, and timeless
with a long held belief that architecture is a profound act of optimism, this NY based studio does some inspiring work internationally
In 1950, Erwin Hauer began to explore modular sculptures that featured infinite continuous surfaces. Some of these he developed into architectural walls and screens, which were then widely used by architects in the USA. When that marked went into remission in the mid-sixties, Hauer continued his exploration of infinite surfaces as pure sculptures, with particular concentration on a feature they all shared, the saddle surface. The work is interesting and has gain relevance of late
Brazilian form founded by three friends who are exploring contemporary design within the context of their tropical paradise
this LA based firm may not have an impressive site, but having just visited the stunning home pictured above, they are a firm worth looking in to
British designer whose furniture and objects demonstrate a preoccupation with materiality and experimentation. All of her pieces are handmade by small-scale fabricators and traditional artisans, with an honesty to the rawness and irregularity of the chosen material.