An outstanding site in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA, inspired this residence whose courtyard walls literally grow from the site itself, both in materiality and geometry.
With projects characterised by variety of materials and unique combination of unpredictable and provocative work full of symbolism, Studio Job has redefined contemporary decorative arts for the last 15 years.
NidoSilla is a massive temporary site-specific installation located in Monterrey Mexico by American artist Mark Reigelman for the annual DECODE design festival.
The Canadian residence comprising three volumes clad in cumaru wood, white quartz stone and diamond-shaped corten steel panels, continues internally the clear lines and filigreed details of its exterior.
A rocking design of contradictions was commissioned by a young American client in Bermondsey, London, UK.
Now couch potatoes have NO excuse: See the sofa that doubles up as a punch bag
Entrance to the 683m² House B+B in São Paolo, Brasil, is through an architectural trajectory, via an open ramp, located on the eastern side of the construction.