PLAYOHO Art Pavilion comprises of 28 nos. of circular rings on columns with different materials and characters which moves in wind and cast shadows on ground. It creates a free public space for citizens to stop their hectic pace, stay, and hang around freely. Appreciating the skylight and wind. It encourages the public to slow down and rest on the lawn and have a moment of free play, or doing nothing practically but watching the wind move the rings.
The ORA shower system is an aesthetic detail of the bathroom that attracts attention with natural lines. It also has the ability to absorb the surrounding steam (thereby preventing settling of large amounts of moisture on the walls), purification used gray water with the possibility to send it ( and collected vapor ) in different portions of a residential or other type of space for future usuage or irrigation your green wall .
Inspired by the owner's creative process of capturing an experience with a still photo, the house is two simple platonic forms - one resting on the other - pulled apart to create an aperture to the lake. The view is revealed once you enter the house, leaving the city behind and immersing yourself in lake living. The main public space is a wood clad, two-story volume filled with light and the lake view. This is contrasted by a crisp, white stucco volume housing the private functions. Large boulders unearthed during construction connect the house to the land, otherwise leaving the lot natural.
The project abstracts the wine world in a fashion that the space is created as a formal changer using circumferences as the leitmotive and materials that are related to this imaginary. The process that the project used is the juxtaposition of several ribs, that are atomized in both directions, creating a lineal space reminding the antique vaults. Therefore, the different situations appear organically such as the counter, tasting table and exhibition-sale space in consonance with the materials used such as wood, stone and the mirror reflections atmosphere.
One of the largest commercial centers in Sofia attracts attention with futuristic interior space, in white and green. Its laconic design, based on pure geometric shapes, is in sharp contrast to the visual environment around. This is the newest realized project of DA Architects - bank offices, focused on digital service. The studio wins competition for a new identity of the branches of DSK Bank, offering a comprehensive concept of interior design related with the use of new technologies in banking.
This design enables users to meet with world-class doctors right from their smartphone. The designer team worked with major insurance companies to make appointments low-cost, and partnered with leading hospitals and top-tier doctors. Above all, This product uses an intuitive design language and user flow to create a seamless user experience. The design team have also taken extra steps to optimize for affordability, meaningful doctor-patient interaction, and ease of use — for a great telehealth experience.