Kolding Campus by Henning Larsen Architects
The solar shading system comprises 1,600 triangular perforated steel shutters which, when shut, lie flat against the façade.
Casa BC by 3ARCH
The house as a hideout, a place of reflection, detached from the urban context and intertwined with the nature.
Photographs by Fan Ho
Taken in Hong Kong in the 50’s.
Gulating Museum by LETH & GORI
A museum in the historic Viking site with strong references to Viking era buildings and design.
House D6 3 by Eduardo Souto De Moura
The strong Portugese sun is introduced into the interior, but it’s not direct, it’s mitigated by balconies and a suspended ‘fence’.
Atelier Pam & Jenny by l’escaut architectures
Using the same proportions and materials, the workshop flows in continuity with the main house while its partial burying hides the volume and preserves the leafy environment.
Double Helix Tower by Tham & Videgård
Winning entry for a new landmark and observation tower for the new urban development Barkarbystaden in the municipality of Järfälla, west of Stockholm.
Wanda Reign Hotel by Make Architects
902 hexagonal modules, each angled in both plan and section to protect the rooms from solar gain and create a dynamic texture on the surface of the building.
Ångströmhouse by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter
Designed for an electron microscope, which is extremely sensitive to vibrations, sound and electromagnetic fields.
Villa H36 by MBA/S
The walls and roof are constructed entirely of insulating concrete, the first of its kind in Germany. This material eliminates the need for additive thermal barriers.
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