British studio Alison Brooks Architects designed The Smile, a habitable rectangular mega-tube bent in the shape of an upside down arch.
Studio MK27 designs the interiors of a Sao Paulo penthouse featuring a giant wooden shelving, Brazilian, Scandinavian and Italian furniture… and a panoramic view on the city.
The Tostado Café Club by Hitzig Militello Arquitectos combines a volume made of wooden boxes, dark grey tiling and industrial furnitures to recal Buenos Aires traditional groceries.
With Tsumiki, Kengo Kuma and Ryuichi Sakamoto launch an interactive Japanese Lego game that allows kids to express their architectural skills.
Josh Haywood reinterprets Medieval architecture to create a forest-inspired temporary cathedral that will nestle the free-spirits of Burning Man Festival.
Japan Pavilion at Milan Expo 2015 features an wooden grid made without nails or bolts. Architect Atsushi Kitagawara combined ancient construction methods with the latest technologies whilst Nendo and TeamLab powered up the exhibition with stunning designs.
Russia Pavilion by Sergei Tchoban at Milan Expo 2015 features sustainably sourced timber, glass and a 30 m long underside-mirrored cantilever to welcome visitors into the country’s richness of flavours and knowledge for future generations.
At Milan Expo 2015, Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid designed “The gallery of Estonia”, a pavilion dedicated to the country’s traditional heritage and high-tech imprint according to motto “Feeding the Planet”.
A suspendended sculptural light intallation by 1024architecture pulses and breathes with music thanks to interactive LED lines transforming an industrial space in an open-air dancefloor.
At DesignMiami/, Maarten de Ceulaer presented the Grids series, a cyborg-like surface of light made with a wavy wood plank featuring wireless LEDs-circuit technology.
Vlad Mishin designed a convertible and rotating block-panel structure that defines functions and borders of a small flat interior.
La cabotte wine-hub by h2o architectes merges into Southern France vineyards reinterpreting local huts with a three pointed star shape and asymmetrical roofs.
Simone Subissati Studio designed a sculptured hair-styling salon balancing a volumes-vs-lines interior design according to Italian boutiques’ on-street level display.
Instead building futuristic skyscrapers in fancy architectural hot-spots, seven international studios designed archi-bus-stops plunging into the alpine culture of a picturesque village in Austria.
Created by four young Italian designers from Milan, Woodskin is the wooden sheet that flexes like a textile. This new composite and elegant material works like an organic architectural tissue that can be modeled and bent to create complex shapes.
Saunders Architecture designed artists’ cabins completely immersed in the remote nature of Fogo Island, Canada, to fuel with new energy the local community.
Klaura, Kaden + Partners tag the sky with Pyramidenkogel the highest wooden tower in the world that will rise in Carinthia, Austria.
ARCH:YOU by Anne Boysen for Applicata is the playful collection of houses in oak wood for kids.