Kronløb island / COBE architects

Designs for the new artificial island in the harbor basin of Copenhagen, Denmark, that will include houses, urban spaces, bridges and a large underground parking facility. The island will serve also as a stepping-stone between two new neighborhoods in the future city district and will break up the harbor basin into a number of intimate canals.

Kronløb island is an ongoing project by COBE architects.






Warehouse and Showroom project / Molos Group

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Design proposal for a new retail showroom and warehouse in Pristina by Molos Group, a creative agency based in the Republic of Kosovo.

Pyramid General Cemetery for London


19th century designs for the construction of a pharaonic mausoleum upon Primrose Hill, in North London, proposed by Thomas Willson of the Pyramid General Cemetery Company; image from the book Necropolis: London and Its Dead, by Catharine Arnold. As the author describes:

 Constructed from brick, with granite facing, the plans comprised a chapel, office, quarters for the Keeper, Clerk, Sexton and Superintendent, four entrances and a central ventilation shaft. A series of sloping paths would allow bodies to be moved. Each catacomb took up to twenty-four coffins and could be sealed up after all interments had been completed. Resembling a beehive, it would be a thing of awe and wonder to all who saw it(…) At an estimated cost of £2,500, this massive mausoleum, higher than St. Paul’s, would contain five million Londoners.

Fearther exploration here, here and there

HiResLoRise / Oyler Wu

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Design proposal for the renovation of an existing building in Los Angeles, CA, by architects Dwayne Oyler and Jenny WU of Oyler Wu Collabotative.

The design involves a perforated metal mantle, set off the building just beyond the face of the existing windows, to create a flowing effect and mark the main entrance and restaurant area.

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Bubble / DS+R architects

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An inflatable event space, designed as ephemeral expansion for the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington DC, by New York design firm DS+R, aka architects Eliabeth Diller, Ricardo Scofidio and Charles Renfro.via eVolo

Clothing Shop / Shuichiro Yoshida



Design proposal for the renovation of a two-story tie shop in Tokyo, by Japanese architect Shuichiro Yoshida. The concept is based on a staggered arch system to create separate areas inside the shop and lead client; basic materials: black plaster mixed with carbon.

Design / renderings cortesy of Shuichiro Yoshida

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via architizer

previously: Tube hair salon in Athens

Quarantine / Robert Gilson

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Quarantine, SCI-Arc Undergraduate Thesis 2011 by Robert Gilson

Project description: Human ambition has surpassed the carrying capacity of the Earth. Quarantena facilitates the divorce of man from nature by exploiting the technological gap that divides the human from the natural. Q is a system for the isolation of environmental deviance. Q is a detainment network housing 1500+ detainees that cohabitate in 300 pods. Q floats within the uncertain atmosphere and above a mechanized earth..


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via but does it float?

related: Ville Suspendue from Greek architect Takis Zenetos

Vøringsfossen Waterfall Area / Carl -Viggo Hølmebakk

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Stunning illustrations of the Vøringsfossen Waterfall rest area proposal by Carl -Viggo Hølmebakk architects, Norway, 2008.


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