the ground floor provides space for a coating area, parking and storage while the second floor is designed to house a restaurant.
the project by UAE based architects mouaz abouzaid, bassel omara and ahmed hammad uses a simple yet accurate design.
the interior design captures the rough charm of the area by combining the industrial look of the harbour with an urban aesthetic.
the mobile rooms offer the chance to be immersed in a remote location and this winter they will be at the avoriaz ski resort.
the architect has transformed an existing vandalized building, to create the ‘cultural production zone’ for local communities.
the school, which offers safety and security, runs a full learning program six days a week with all necessary curriculum subjects.
the massive 3,840 square foot (356.75 m²) home could’ve been easily designed by any architect.
the architects conceived the building’s exterior as a billboard where two separate volumes of stacked containers enclose and overlook a communal courtyard.
the house is completed with a series of large openings, terraces, and plenty of outdoor space.
kuma was inspired by the uneven foliage of coffee trees and the traditional chinese bucket arch.