Invisible pedestrian bridge - Ro Koster and Ad Kil Architects built this almost invisible bridge for crossing the defensive fortress in Halsteren, the Netherlands. The amazing sunken bridge sits within the water and slope surrounding the 17th Century Dutch fort and gives visitors a unique opportunity to walk through parted waters like Moses. Pont à hauteur de l'eau
Sunnyhills | Aoyama, Tokyo • Kengo Kuma + Associates. “In steel-framed buildings, where the distance between columns can be as wide as you like, you move away from a human scale. With wood, that span is limited to about 9 feet, so you automatically build structures that fit with an anthropomorphic sensibility,” he says. “By using wood, I could design a building that soothes the soul.”
Chris Precht on Behance >>> The project describes a landscape design and facade design for a residential development in Hyderabad / India and introduces a green and ecological design for the city. It combines traditional Indian elements like Indian Step-wells and Indian Mazes into the design.