One of the micro pavilions presented at the Amsterdam Biennale is completely made out of wine boxes. Visitors of the biennial, which is about contemporary culture and art, could tap wine from the house. The winehouse is designed by our friends of DUS Architects, the same folks who made the Gecekondu that we reported about last summer. Seeing both designs, we can surely notice a specific design style in their work. This one is a piece of funny design. Although the wine, which by the way is the best according to the Dutch consumer association, must have made some victims.
The Cube is an ode to top gastronomy. Literally. This pop-up restaurant commissioned by the Swedish Appliance Manufacturer Electrolux is scheduled to stay on top of a series of European landmarks. From the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana in Rome to a mountain cliff in Switzerland, foodies in search for unique experiences will be able to…Read more →
If Apple would have been an architecture office, they would have come up with this portable house.Read more →
Studio Elmo Vermijs is about to launch its latest project, a mobile pop-up sauna. The so-called ‘folding sauna’ was initiated in 2010, based on the idea to enjoy a sauna at various locations and in different atmospheres. Think about festivals and campsites, but also more private scenes such as urban wastelands, your own garden, or…Read more →
The next revolution in architecture comes without the architect. WikiHouse is the first open source platform for house design. It enables anybody, including non-design professionals, to design houses with Google’s free 3D design software SketchUp and instantly print and build them. Design your own dream house with the help of the crowd and a plywood printer. WikiHouse…Read more →