Discover the innovative Furnish Studio, designed by 11.29 Studio in Bangkok, Thailand.
This unique space combines sustainable design with practical solutions for artists working with oil paint. Utilizing local materials, including concrete and bamboo, the studio demonstrates how eco-friendly design can transform waste into valuable architectural components while maintaining an aesthetically pleasing and functional environment.
Casa Bottega is a penthouse apartment located in Valletta, Malta, designed by Chris Briffa Architects in 2019.
The building functions as both a architectural practise and domicile, with the lower levels embracing the existing structure and features, and the penthouse being a contemporary counterpart. The penthouse sits on two pre-cast concrete beams, and provides expansive, liberating views of both harbours beyond. The living room doors pack up in a steel-unit, blurring the line between interior and exterior.
DarkMatter, a minimalist garden studio designed by Hyper_ Studio in Tring, Hertfordshire, UK, is a tranquil, spacious and sustainable workspace.
It stands out with its beautiful, moody façade, made of 850 scales of charred timber, and its ‘light chimneys’ that mimic dappled sunlight. Carefully dismantled and reused 95% of the initial structure, sourced materials from within a 10 mile radius, and insulated it with sheep’s wool and wood fibre, DarkMatter is a great example of circular economy principles.
Located in Binjiang, Hangzhou, China, the Pig House is a unique house-design studio designed by Li Wenqiang of Pig Studio in 2022. It is a fusion of art and architecture, incorporating an artistic design style to create a one-of-a-kind space.
The house boasts an outdoor courtyard with an undulating topography, a “Furry House” private office, and a sunken meeting space. The design is inspired by the area’s special connection to nature, and its proximity to the iconic West Lake.