For the students of Kanagawa Institute of Technology, architect Junya Ishigami constructs a new plane of existence, sandwiched between sky and earth.
In the last decade, a growing spotlight on early childhood education has birthed a more diverse conversation about how to best nurture our young ones. What role does design play in this dialogue and how can it further the agenda of a richer, more holistic education?
After reaching the final stages of NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge for Mars, Xavier De Kestelier, Principal and Head of Design Technology and Innovation at HASSELL, shares his thoughts on the latest computational and technological tools in the design studio.
520 computers, 470 projectors, 10,000 square metres of space – a new digital art museum in Tokyo by teamLab and Mori Building presents an unprecedented world of complex spaces.
A sauna and a nap? Schemata Architects renovate a capsule hotel in Tokyo, introducing sauna amenities and finding a no-nonsense retro aesthetic to unite the two functions.
Young architecture practice SMA Studio uses a light steel framework to facilitate programmatic adaptability and vertical spatial continuity in a challenging Hanoi neighbourhood.
Seoul-based creative agency Urbantainer is one of Korea’s go-to companies for container architecture and experience design. We find out how shipping containers can be used to promote emotional experiences.
How significant can the ripple effect be when city infrastructure is reconsidered with networked thinking? In Cubes 88, MVRDV and Ben Kuipers demonstrate with Seoullo 7017 Skygarden.
Known as an innovator in developing the relationship between digital technology and architecture, UNStudio explores the formal complexity and a deep integration of facade and interior space in a Shanghai shopping mall Lane 189. Neo Disheng writes for Cubes 87.
RT+Q Architects create an intermediate terrace house that could easily pass off as a detached house.