Articles on Cantilever

ACRO by Apollo Architects. Photo Masao Nishikawa

Apollo Architects confronts the public and private sides of residential living with ACRO

CHIBA – The new residence in Chiba defies housing stereotypes and lands like an unidentified architectural object on the hillside residential neighbourhood.

Elgtarn Tower by Ram Arkitektur. Photos Sam Hughes

Beds cantilever into the wild in Ram Arkitektur's log tower

ESPEDALEN – The tower provides accommodation in its most basic form, stripping back to the bare bones of hospitality with neither running water nor electricity.

A light weight steel structure set atop a brick clad-base overlaps by only 70m2.

NPS Tchoban Voss's stacked residence sports a cantilever

POTSDAM – Nps Tchoban Voss completed the construction of a private residence located in a small forest clearing in Wilhelmshorst near Potsdam.

Overlooking the Rio Dei Giardini canal, the two-level gallery exhibits Australian art and architecture.

Denton Corker Marshall's art exhibition settles inside a black box

VENICE – Architectural firm Denton Corker Marshall designed the new Australian Pavilion for the Venice Biennale.

Dance studios and library are located toward the east side of the building overlooking the valley, while lecture and administrative spaces are niched behind.

The cultural centre by Ateliers O-S takes off from its base

PARIS – For just over a decade, the Parisian practice has been playing with massive, cantilevered boxes, yet it would seem at least a few latent thoughts have finally found their …

Nestled on a natural plateau at the site’s peak, the home enjoys striking views over the valley below.

NatureHumaine hovers a cottage amongst the hills

MONTREAL – Atelier québécois NatureHumaine has nestled a quaint lodge in the hills of the Eastern Townships, a rural canton southeast of Montreal with views drawing more than the …

A large, bright green cantilever achieves a striking presence.

Auditorium Building by Benthem Crouwel Architects

OSNABRÜCK – Informal 'learning landscape' is given a prominent position among more traditional instruction spaces.

The architects return effortlessly to Zaha Hadid’s earlier vocabulary of crisp dynamic forms and concrete cantilevers.

Issam Fares Institute by Zaha Hadid Architects

BEIRUT – In her latest finished project, the starchitect returns to her roots and reminds us she is not a one-trick pony after all.