IWI, the smallest nomad studio. IWI is an architectural project that offers the user a living space that adapts to their lifestyle. It is a product developed and patented in Ecuador by the architects Juan Ruiz and Amelia Tapia. The living space is built in wood by Computer Numerical Controlled technology (CNC milling), creating an industrialized pr...
Juan Ruiz + Amelia Tapia
JAG Studio, Joel Heim (Drone images)
A collaboration between Arturo Tedeschi, Michael Pryor, Pavlina Vardoulaki, Matteo Silverio, HorizON is a suspension lamp for architectural interiors, merging high-tech and low-tech, 3D printing and Murano glass craftsmanship, algorithmic design and LED technology.
Nicola Moretti Murano (Glass), Solid Fill (3d print)
Dancing Lantern is a parametric pendant lamp designed by Sophia Michopoulou
Wood specialist: Doulis wood applications | Electrical support: E.Karantakis
Moiré ascent by Sophia Michopoulou, is a staircase inspired from the harmonic streams and ethereal movements for ethical office functionality.
Wood specialist: Doulis wood applications | Metal construction: Veta sa