Sako Architects designed this wonderful book store for children, in Bejing, China. The coloured ribbon flows through the building to cultivate childrenâs curiosity. The rooms are designed around activities like story telling and theatre.
Thomas Gluck’s country home does not look anything like a country home. It has no rustic stone fireplace, and there’s not an exposed wooden beam in site. Rather, the modern, glassy house offers stunning panoramic views of the forest canopy.
Two wrongs don’t make a right, but sometimes two clichés can make something cool. That’s the case with Michael Shainblum’s Mirror City project. Shainblum took two overused visual tricks—urban time-lapses and the kaleidoscope effect—and combined them to make a video that’s full of eye candy.
James Schollum, a 3rd year year bachelor of Architectural Studies in Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand, designed this concept for the Laguna Seca circuit. The Corkscrew House runs over the famous 'Corkscrew' bend.