Posts Categorized: showroom

Moritzkirche, Augsburg, Germany. Architect: John Pawson, 2013.

Link to image Link to Set The church of St Moritz has been through many changes since its foundation nearly a thousand years ago. Devastating fires, changes in liturgical practice, aesthetic evolution and wartime bombing have each left their mark on the fabric of the building. The purpose of this latest intervention has been to… Read more »

Moritzkirche, Augsburg, Germany. Architect: John Pawson, 2013.

Link to image Link to Set The church of St Moritz has been through many changes since its foundation nearly a thousand years ago. Devastating fires, changes in liturgical practice, aesthetic evolution and wartime bombing have each left their mark on the fabric of the building. The purpose of this latest intervention has been to… Read more »

Moritzkirche, Augsburg, Germany. Architect: John Pawson, 2013.

Link to image Link to Set The church of St Moritz has been through many changes since its foundation nearly a thousand years ago. Devastating fires, changes in liturgical practice, aesthetic evolution and wartime bombing have each left their mark on the fabric of the building. The purpose of this latest intervention has been to… Read more »

Estoril Sol Residence, Portugal. Architect: GONÇALO BYRNE ARQUITECTOS.

Link to image Link to Set The New Housing Complex Appears At The Site Of Hotel Estoril-Sol, A Building Of 20 Floors From 1960'S, Which Was Demolished To Make Way For This New Construction. For Its Large Volume And Visibility On The Seafront, The Complex Establishes A New Relationship With Its Surrounding Territory, Reshaping And… Read more »

Skytower, New Zealand. Architect: CRAIG CRAIG MOLLER.

Link to image Link to Set Skytower Is An Observation And Telecommunications Tower In The Center Of Auckland. It Rises To 328 Meters Making It The Tallest Freestanding Structure In The Southern Hemisphere. It Has Two Viewing Decks, A Cafe And A Revolving Resturaunt. At The Base Their Is A Small Shopping Precinct. It Is… Read more »