Cubist Rose by Solomon & Wu
Faceted surfaces reinterpret architectural mouldings. Available as skirting, architrave, ceiling rose, corbel, and wall panel.
On the shores of the chinese coastal city of shandong, the volumes of a hilltop viewing pavilion rise from the lines of sight afforded by the tree-filled terrain. The planimetric composition of the trace architecture office-designed structure is drawn from the branching forms of the landscape and creates a half buried, half cantilevered building.
W41 House by Warmarchitects
Varied fenestration of the rooms offer changing light qualities.
Platform of Arts and Creativity by Pitagoras Arquitectos; photo by Joao Morgado