Nuvska Table & Drawer Unit by Nuvist Architecture and Design

Functionality and simple fluid formal languagee merges in Nuvska Table and Drawer Unit with simple sculptural form. Simple continuous loop lines blend for ergonomic and endless fluidity socreate functions. Nuvska has been created for multi-functional use as table, reception or office desk for all contemporary and also classical places which become more dynamic with Nuvska’s simple effective fluidlines.

Designer : Nuvist Architecture and Design

Nuvska Table & Drawer Unit by Nuvist

Nuvska Table & Drawer Unit by Nuvist

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Furniture Design With Fluid and Continuous Form by Nuvist Architecture & Design

Nüvist is an architecture and design studio in Istanbul, Turkey that has worked with all ranges and methodologies of art. Founded by Kursad Sekercioglu and Emrah Cetinkaya, this company has released beautiful a series of furniture design which features fluid and continuous form.

Designer : Nuvist Architecture & Design

1. Ekspoze Table Design for TV Studios
The continuous shape of this table represents direct relationship with the modern era that allows a dynamic form. Remember Izmir opera house project? Nüvist wanted to reinvent the structure in different scale for this table design.

First of all we wanted to design a great surface sensation. Our curvature-calligraphic lines of liquefy surface shaped and inspired by all natural lines like from human anatomies to typographical geometries or to organisms of nature. Combinations of concave and convex continuous lines integrate each other. They bend, turn and twist in multiple directions it create organic, fluid, functional, ergonomic and sensual form.

We believe that we created exquisite-elegant design which has contextual relationship between temporal and spatial connections which provide us to create ergonomical, functional morphological surface for a furniture design.

Nuvist Ekspoze Table - Fluid and Continuous Form

Nuvist Ekspoze Table - Fluid and Continuous Form

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Piscine du Fort : Winning Entry of Swimming Pool Feng Shui 2012

Piscine du Fort project is a winning entry for Swimming Pool Feng Shui competition 2012. Feng Shui is a Chinese system that implements the balance between heaven and earth, therefore this swimming pool architecture has been carefully designed to balance every element. This concept was envisioned from praxis of lucidity, transparency and architectonic fluidity, while defining the spatial experience with natural light. Each element positions has been carefully thought to allow natural light to overflow the interior through the rounded skylights, this light also provides warm and relax area to lounge.

Wavy golden timbers all over the exterior express the motions of water, representing energy circulation and centripetal flux. Those external form lines have been softened by the bands of glass, reducing the volume by minimizing solid materials.

Designer : Mikou Design Studio

Swimming Pool Feng Shui Piscine du Fort by Mikou Design Studio

Swimming Pool Feng Shui Piscine du Fort by Mikou Design Studio

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New Taipei Art Museum Design Proposal by James Law Cybertecture

James Law Cybertecture has shared us their design proposal for New Taipei Art Museum. This museum is an urban building or space for the expression and exhibition of art. The main idea was to design a unique architecture that allows the building becomes an art piece itself. The brief is clear, to create space that’s unique and flexible, a seamless fluidity and formless space to promote movement and interaction.

James Law Cybertecture is proudly present their design perspective with our readers that was submitted in an International Competition with over 500 global entries and achieved an honorable mention following 3 finalists. The core of the concept is the representation of 3 natural states of matter, which is truly reflected by the distinct forms that different phases of matter take on.

Designer : James Law Cybertecture

New Taipei Art Museum by James Law Cybertecture

New Taipei Art Museum by James Law Cybertecture

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Guggenheim Hermitage Museum by Zaha Hadid

Competing against Daniel Libeskind and Massimiliano Fuksas, Zaha Hadid Architects have won the competition held by Guggenheim Hermitage Museum in Vilnius, Lithuania. Zaha Hadid’s futuristic designs match the cultural aims of the new Hermitage Guggenheim Vilnius Project. As always, the characteristic of Zaha Hadid architectural design always takes the conceptual terms of fluidity, velocity and lightness. The building appears like a mystical object floating above the extensive artificial landscape strip, seemingly defying gravity by exposing dramatic undercuts towards the surrounding entrance plazas. Large activated green fields flow around the museums sculptural mass, underlining its enigmatic presence with curvilinear lines echoing the elongated contours of the building. Contrasting with the vertical business district skyline it is a manifestation of Vilnius’ new cultural significance.

“I am delighted to be working in Vilnius on the Guggenheim Hermitage Museum” states Hadid. “The city will be the European Capital of Culture in 2009 and has a long history of art patronage. With such an interest in the arts, Vilnius will continue to develop as a cultural center where the connection between culture and public life is critical. This museum will be a place where you can experiment with the idea of galleries, spatial complexity and movement.”

This is exactly what we mean by saying “when architecture meets new technologies”.

zaha hadid guggenheim hermitage museum

zaha hadid guggenheim hermitage museum

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