MADWORKSHOP Fellows Jeremy Carman and Jayson Champlain have designed a unique approach to emergency post-disaster shelters. The 2017 Fellows of the MADWORKSHOP Foundation created "Shelter Squared" as a response to "the current scarcity of design-oriented solutions to emergencies."
Completed in 2015 in Spain. Images by Fernando Alda. [ land ] Placed in the “Sierras de Tejeda, Almijara y Alhama” Nature Reserve, close to Nerja Cave, and open out to the shiny surge of the sea, this...
LOOK Architects: Punggol Promenade as a waterfront landscape insertion within the surrounding urban setting allows visitors to revel in a poetic interlude intertwining shifting planes of time and space – memories of a bygone era are evoked through embodiment of signifiers and reality melds with processes of re-familiarization to yield new layers of meaning. The […]
A parametric system of 1 km wooden bars makes the pavilion flexible, easy-to-assemble and highly sustainable and recyclable. The concept of the shelter is further explored in our design process by finding inspiration in the aquatic animal species of the Sea urchins, or Echinoidea. #architecture #architect #amazingarchitecture #design #interiordesign #interiordesigner #decor #homedecor #home #house #luxury #diy #travel #amazing #photography #realestate #arquitecto #arquitectura #decoration