The exhibition addresses the exponential growth in the amount of information generated today by scientific, economic, social and cultural processes.
The renovation of a five-storey building into a flagship store for leading Asian skincare brand Sulwhasoo is inspired by the literal and mythological meaning of the lantern, in Seoul, Korea.
The multi-awarded spiritual retreat uses meditative paintings to provide a refuge from the intensity of daily life on the Stanford campus, U.S.A.
A contemporary family house with 200m2 total floor area is designed to look much bigger inside, in Bucha, Ukraine.
Pagoda is Studio Job’s participation in “Utopias/Heterotopia: Wuzhen International Contemporary Art Exhibition” in Wuzhen, China.
In the mixed-use area Minato ward, a two storey building designed in the same logic houses a residence and office spaces, in Tokyo, Japan.
A 54 sq.m. ground floor was selected to accommodate the architect’s own office, aiming at projecting creation and design.