Muuuz - Magazine

22.05.17  Bonte & Migozzi Architects: Kget

The architects of Bonte & Migozzi designed Kget, an entirely wooden dwelling, from structure to cladding, on an abrupt ground, offering an exceptional panorama of the Mediterranean. Set on stilts, this house allows its tenants to enjoy a green landscape and a breathtaking view of the sea.

22.05.17  Nendo Studio: Invisible Outlines

Under the direction of Oki Sato, the Japanese studio nendo is gradually emerging as one of the great names of design, with creations as poetic as delicate. For the exhibition "Invisible Outlines" presented at the Grand-Hornu (Belgium), the collective is interested in the contours of objects and their various manipulations, dealing in particular with the relationship between shadow and light.

19.05.17  THAD CHCC: Experimental structure

In central China, in Sichuan Province, the cliffs of Qianfoya contain a national treasure dating from 1 700 years: some 400 caves carved in the rock and their 1 700 statues of Buddhas. To protect this exceptional heritage, a transdisciplinary team of the Institute of Research and Architectural Design of the University of Tsinghua has developed an experimental structure designed to minimize its footprint on this fragile site.

19.05.17  Stelios Mousarris: Wave City Coffee Table

The Cypriot artist Stelios Mousarris designs Wave City, a coffee table inspired by the cult scene of the city of Paris falling back on itself, resulting from the film Inception by Christopher Nolan. A spectacular visual effect that the designer has managed to reproduce faithfully in furniture.

19.05.17  BLOCK architects: THE STAR

L'ÉTOILE (Espaces et Technologies Ouverts for Innovation in Laboratories and Enterprises), designed by the BLOCK agency in Nantes, aims to connect researchers and students from the Mines-Télécom Institute (IMT) D'Évry Val de Seine with young entrepreneurs.

18.05.17  Beomsik Won: ArchiSculpture Photo Project

Designer buildings without architect, collages assembly in three dimensions without sculptor and amateur photographer, Korean Won Beomsik is a singular artist. His field: the manipulation of photographs to create dreamlike and surreal architectures ArchiSculpture Photo Project.

18.05.17  Stanley Saitowitz / Natoma Architects: Center for Jewish Life

Hidden behind a coating of red brick typical of the region, the Center for Jewish Life takes place on the campus of Drexel University in Philadelphia (USA). Designed by architect Stanley Saitowitz agency Notma Architects based in San Francisco, the building was conducted in order to gather a community through meetings, learning sessions and ceremonies.

17.05.17  Le Lieu Unique: Megastructures

Only a few days to visit the exhibition "Megastructures, Size the future, the figures of excess", presented at the Lieu Unique in Nantes (44). An event organized on the occasion of 40 years the Pompidou Center, the building itself is a mega-structure. Back on architecture and philosophy that marked the 1960 years.

17.05.17  Capella Garcia Mextizo Restaurant

Alliance Spain and Mexico, Barcelona restaurant Mextizo rhymes quality cuisine with comfortable and contemporary setting. Designed by the Catalans Capella Garcia, this mecca of gastronomy plays with natural light and textures, combining five atmospheres, always warm.

17.05.17  BIG: Alphabet of Light

The range of lamps Alphabet of Light is born from the association of Danish architect Bjarke Ingels (BIG agency) and the Italian lighting company Artemide. Their joint production is characterized by the creation of a new modular geometric police.

16.05.17  City of Architecture & Heritage: The Architect, portraits and snapshots

The Cité de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine in Paris (16e) currently presents "The Architect, portraits and snapshots," an exhibition tracing the evolution of the role and image of the profession within the company and through ages, from ancient to contemporary Imhotep Frank Gehry.

16.05.17  Fernando Mastrangelo: Ghost Furniture

Presented at the last Collective New York Design Fair (USA), Ghost is a series of furniture consisting of a dining table, a console and a coffee table. Imagined by designer Fernando Mastrangelo, these parts are made of cement with a robotic arm.

15.05.17  Setter Architects: Algotec Systems

For the renovation of its offices in Ra'anana (Israel), Algotec Systems - a company specializing in high medical imaging technologies - addressed the Setter Architects delivering a warm and inspiring workplace.

12.05.17  CEBRA - Glifberg + Lykke: Street Dome

Located on the harbor Haderslev (Denmark), the Dome Street, designed by the Danish architectural firm CEBRA and Glifberg + Lykke designers, hosts a huge skatepark, playgrounds, tennis shoes, a climbing wall and a club canoe. A sports and cultural center with an area of ​​6 000 square meters attracts skateboarders from around the world.