The concept of this chalet results from the rugged topography of its site, a sloping terrain on which the project is anchored in the bedrock, revealing an angular and monolithic architecture.
Its shape and its most minimalist expression allows for optimal compactness and a reduced footprint on its site. Its square plan is topped by a symmetrical gabled roof that reinforces its geometric appearance.
Locate on a light slope, besides a quiet lake and landscape abundant trees, Viettel Offsite Studio is inclusive 6 units; a welcoming reception, a dinning and four studios. It is located on the outskirts of Hanoi, around 30km and takes 40 minutes by car.
Today more than ever the emergency of Coronavirus forces us to redesign our lifestyle and the spaces we live and work in. In such a complicated moment for Italy and the entire world with the ongoing healthcare crisis, the opportunity to transform the future of design and to rebuild the economy starts right from Milan thanks to the DesignTech project. The first hub for technological innovation in the design sector will rise in the MIND Milano Innovation District, currently under construction by the developer Lendlease in the ex-Expo 2015 space.
Made to disappear. This is how the concept for this house on the island of Mallorca is presented, a few meters from the shore of the Mediterranean sea.
The house is made up of a set of pieces that move in one direction, offering exterior spaces as patios between the various volumes that contain the different interior uses. Thus, with this movement, a volume is fragmented into small parts, giving each of them a unique character and their own autonomy. The house is conceived with natural materials, but built with current technology, paying attention to economy, precision and continuity. The lay-out on the ground floor maximizes the relationship with the exterior and prioritizes the views of the sea through large openings protected from solar incidence by eaves that generate large exterior terraces.