Collection by Mayzar Elaiwi

Mayzar Elaiwi
The Parasol in Seville is the world's largest wooden structure. The waffle-like crown structure was completed 4 years after a competition held by the city of Seville, Spain. Architecture Design, Wooden Architecture, Organic Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Architecture Organique, Espace Design

Metropol Parasol // The World’s Largest Wooden Structure | Yatzer

Designed to offer shade, in a city as sunny and hot as Seville*SPAIN, and so make the square which used to operate as a parking lot more livable and upbeat, offering an array of functions equally for residents and tourists. Do you think Metropol Parasol by J. MAYER H. Architects could establish itself as Seville’s landmark?

falsework inspired France Pavilion at by X-TU architects Architecture Paramétrique, Organic Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Expo 67 Montreal, Expo Milan, Architecture Organique, Parametric Design

France Pavilion at Expo Milano 2015 | XTU architects

CONCEPT ARCHITECTURALUn bâtiment–territoire, un marché fertile.Si le monde voulait se nourrir à l’image de...

The Sci arc Design Studio Class under the supervision of the professors Andy Ku, Marcos Sanchez and Jenny Wu fabricated an utterly advanced parametric modell Parametric Architecture, Wood Architecture, Parametric Design, Installation Architecture, Architecture Diagrams, Architecture Portfolio, Contemporary Architecture, Sci Arc, Design Oriental

SCI-Arc Installation

The 1A class at SCI-Arc recently completed an installation for the main entrance using laminar flow. Professors: Andy ku, Jenny Wu, Marcos Sanchez. Opening today at 3:30pm (December 10), open to the public. The installation is quite stunning actually, as seen in the Image Gallery.

Tang Palace by FCJZ : Interweaving bamboo creates a cocoon-like feeling in this Chinese restaurant. Even cooler– on the second floor of the restaurant you can reserve private rooms completely encased in bamboo. Bamboo Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Interior Architecture, Interior And Exterior, Palace Interior, Interior Modern, Floor Design, Ceiling Design, House Design

Tang Palace by FCJZ | Dezeen

A woven net of bamboo creates a curved suspended ceiling inside this restaurant in Hangzhou, China by architects FCJZ. The internal spaces of Tang Palace are defined by linear bamboo screens and the central concrete core is wrapped in back-lit bamboo sheets, creating a light-box effect. Private rooms are located on the upper levels, suspended above and visible through