Corobrik Recognises 25 Years of Architectural Excellence
A project that highlights imagination and intelligent design – a unique, creative ability to combine the two to create a project that nevertheless treads lightly on our earth.
As cities sprawl, the available area for parks, forests, and green belts is proportionally reduced. The Vertical Forest proposes a unique and breathtaking solution to the scarcity of foliage in the city, constructing a tower block bursting with trees.
A sanctuary in the shrubbery
Tucked into dense fynbos near the surfer’s paradise that is Kommetjie beach, Stephen and Sue Lennard have built a one-of-a-kind house – with outdoor bathtub and all – that’s almost entirely hidden from view.
It's a dog's designer life
Here's a lovely little story for you. It's about Frank Lloyd Wright, probably the world's most renowned architect with a career spanning seven decades, and the doghouse he designed for a twelve year-old boy's best friend...
The Chemistry of Creativity
I can picture it: pale, androgynous lab technicians bent over microscopes in the clinical white cubicles, a mad scientist frenetically scribbling formulas on the glass dividers with elaborate experiments bubbling in the background... but...
Historically, asylums were based in unrecognizable buildings, hidden from society - but no longer, thanks to an architecture competition held by the Neuropsychiatric Centre Our Lady of Carmen, in Zaragoza, Spain.