The CHEFT collection comprises of a bookshelf, table and a kitchen stool and has been inspired by the Persian architectural patterns seen in domes of traditional houses.
The installation creates space using 100 shades of colours in various forms and materials, "layering" them to the existing context of the Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh, USA.
An architectural folly exploring lightweight, ultra-thin, self-supported shells was commissioned by The Edmonton Arts Council for Borden Park, in Canada.
Joynout undertook a research focusing on campus areas so as to create a new seating system that would bring different people together in a more inviting way.
An iconic artwork rose up on the dunes of the beach of Maasvlakte 2 in the Netherlands, representing visually how the forces of nature help determine the shape of the country.
Liquid Glacial by Zaha Hadid Architects is a collection whose furniture resembles ice-formations, and will be exhibited at the David Gill Gallery, in London until July 4th.
An interactive exhibition on the literary works of Gabriel García Márquez creates an ocean of the writer’s words in 3D.