1. FPT University, Vietnam.
An incredible building that is as much plant as it is stone, this university almost looks like it’s been taken over by trees.
The balconies are designed to give light to plants which will eventually grow into the building.
2. Sydney University Business School.
Designed by the controversial architect Frank Gehry, this building is affectionately nicknamed the ‘Crumpled Paper Bag’. The building characteristically plays with form and expectation.
3. The United States Airforce Academy.
The building itself is reminiscent of the functional, streamlined airplanes the cadets learn to fly inside & the repeating pattern calls to mind entire fleets and the collective force of the US airforce.
4. The Library of the University of Mexico.
This incredible building is fascinating to anyone who sees it. Decorated in intricate, native designs, the building is an art piece that connects its inhabitants to their history.
5. Tokyo Mode Gakuen Building.
Nicknamed ‘The Giant Cacoon’ for obvious reasons, this building was the winner of a contest that asked for building designs that were not rectangular.
6. The New School, New York.
Balancing the requirements of modern architecture with the class of Manhattan, this building manages to be new yet sophisticated. Digital-inspired, but respectful of its context.
7. School of art, design and media, Singapore.
This environmentally-friendly building reduces its footprint in more ways than one, blending into its surround and encouraging people to make use of the green space it offers.
8. Art museum, University of Minnesota.
Another twisted wreckage by Frank Gehry, this museum is as disjointed and incoherent as the collection of artefacts housed inside.
9. The entire campus of the Colorado Boulder University.
Nestled into the mountain ranges of Colorado, this beautiful campus has a coherence that makes it feel like one big village.
10. Cambridge University’s Faculty of History.
A masterwork of modernism, the sleek, factory-like design of this building makes it one of the best examples of modern, minimalist architecture.
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DesinaBuild Ideas & Inspiration
ARCHITECT-DESIGNED GETAWAY IN THE HIGHLANDS
This incredible property is tucked away in Mt Buffalo. A gorgeous building; well-designed and perfectly suited to the environment.
WOOD & STEEL MASTERPIECE
A striking, simple but unique concept; the combination of steel and timber offers a refreshing, remarkable way to create a wonderful building.
A HILLTOP, LIVEABLE GREEN HOUSE
This daring build combines a stunning fit-out, with the majority of the building dedicated to space for gardens and vegetable patches, with a small space at the end for a cosy living area.
A CURVED-ROOF HOME AND GARAGE
This project matches the design of the home with the garage. Both making us of striking curves and sturdy, fire-resistant steel frames, the project is impressive & memorable.
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Case Study: Mclure Excavations
Mclures is an excavation company located in Castlemaine, Victoria. They were in need of a new depot and office complex and worked with us through the design and construct process of the project.
The job consisted of a 54 x 40 meter depot building with an attached 6 x 40 meter office complex.
Being a depot for trucks the building had to be designed with the right amount of bays and the right size to be able to house all trucks fittingly. This job was an interesting design and the result was fantastic.
Click the link below to see drone footage of Mclures.