Solar Pine | HG-Architecture

Solar Pine Nature is created by the providence of nature itself. The innate ability to expand in size to take in as much sunlight as possible, the nature of splitting up and penetrating into the earth to absor...

Mono Single-Seater Supercar | BAC

Mono Single-Seater Supercar Concept Introducing Mono, a lightweight, ultra high performance, road legal supercar designed and manufactured using the latest racing technology. Aimed at drivers who seek a puris...

486 mina el hosn tower, beiruit | LAN architecture

LAN architecture have developed the 486 mina el hosn,the ‘mirror-tower’ design is to be built in the port area, opposite the murr tower,the shell-riddled building that has come to symbolise the civil war. the ...

Industrial Siheyuan | Seuk Hoon Kim

Arch2O has received this project from our readers in order to participate in the Students week 9 event. In students week 10, STUDENTS will have the chance to create their own profile pages in arch2o.com For mor...

What’s the design today Mr. Ideas Engine?

 As one of the GQ's 50 best dressed British man Thomas Alexander Heatherwick is an English designer born in 17 February 1970 in London, England. Studied three three-dimensional design at Manchester Polytechnic ...

ROB|ARCH2016 Conference

The recently completed ROB|ARCH2016 Conference took place in Sydney Australia, hosted by the Australia’s oldest University, The University of Sydney. The conferences and workshops took place between 14th and 19...

Shape Shifters | Harvard University

3-D foldable, tunable and self-actuated material  Remember playing origami? I surely do. A team at Harvard University inspired by an origami technique called snapology developed a shape shifting structure. Tru...

Sound Poster | Trapped In Suburbia

Sound Poster  Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember, involve me and I'll understand. Dutch graphic designer, Trapped in Suburbia have always been inspired by this line and have always focussed t...

10 Architectural Delights 2016

Inverted cones, spinning condos and engulfed taverns, we’ve seen them all being the talk in town the past year. But 2016 is rather significant in the field of design and dwelling. So go ahead, feast on this yea...