From the beginning, the architect wanted to design a place which does not look like anywhere else, trying to avoid the characteristics of space as much as possible. They always wanted to explore a space in which everything is simple and natural, free from laws and rules but only reflects the original and real status of the space. The technique is simple and plain, and simple materials were used.
One of the world’s leading art theorists dissects a quarter century of artistic practice.
Bad New Days examines the evolution of art and criticism in Western Europe and North America over the last twenty-five years, exploring their dynamic relation to the general condition of emergency instilled by neoliberalism and the war on terror.
The restoration of the Grade II Listed Home Farm Barn, West Littleton and the intervention of a Pod Gallery into the Barn.Our client wished to restore Home Farm Barn to its full glory and remove past interventions within it, which served to domesticate what is a bold historic structure.
In 2011, a young man reached out to Terra e Tuma Arquitetos about the possibility of designing a house for his mother, a person of few belongings, who lived in a house with severe structural and sanitary problems.
The new museum at the Weinberg in Kassel has been designed to present the Brothers Grimm‘s works. It translates the historical and topographical features of the surrounding park into a continuous open space and invites visitors to explore the exhibitions at their own pace.
The House in Rato involves the recovery / expansion of an existing building in the historic district of Lisbon.
The vernacular features of the facade were recovered and were clarified.
Inside, the purpose was to free up space, enhancing its scale and the relationship between the different facades and natural light.
The Kindred of the Kibbo Kift: Intellectual Barbarians is the first full-length work to explore the innovative cultural production of the English camping and hiking organization (1920-1932).
Volland, Kansas was founded in the late 1800s when Rock Island Railroad, in need of a midway stopping point between Alma, 7 miles northeast, and Alta Vista, 7 miles southwest, built a railroad depot, water tower, coal chute and cattle pens alongside the railroad tracks at the towns edge.
The genteel traditions of the English drawing room have been redrafted by designer Faye Toogood. Visitors to the building are invited to relax in an environment that evokes a derelict country house – although in this case the surrounds have been literally drawn in.
The project involved the conversion of two semi-detached houses in central Oxford into one family home. Two existing Victorian houses are joined together by introducing a new staircase clad in stained timber at the centre of the plan and perpendicular to the party wall.
The project was designed for a warehouse space constructed in the mid-20th century on Ramírez de Velasco Street, between Darwin and a crossing of the San Martín train line. The drab facade in no way suggests the vast space that stretches out towards the center of the block. For many years, this large industrial vessel full of air and light was used to store industrial parts.
The house is located near the popular tourist resort Divčibare, on the slope of Mount Maljen in western Serbia. Although the plot has been overrun with small pine trees, it still bears the original character of the open field. To minimize disturbance to the site and as a reference to the surrounding hilly terrain, the house is built into the hillside.
Over 40 years ago, a couple purchased a quarter acre of land located 500 feet from the Atlantic Ocean. The state, county, and town codes evolved and what was purchased as a buildable lot had to undergo extensive negotiations to permit even the smallest house allowed. With a footprint of 15’ x 20’ and a height of two stories, 600 square feet was the largest house that could be built.
This beautiful brownstone located in Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights boast a modern, open floor but it was not always like that.
It took years of maintenance to renovate the 1800’s details and destitute architecture of this home. Now, with a new façade, windows, roof, and garden inspired by the home’s original feel, Buck Projects two-unit home is a contemporary dream.