MAD architects

MAD projects simulations of people on LED screens inside roca beijing gallery

an all-glass façade allow passersby to see the multimedia walls that project realities of moving people using the roca bathroom products inside the showroom.

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ma yansong releases ‘MAD works’ monograph documenting the firm’s projects to date

the book includes a significant range of buildings, from the completed harbin opera house, to planned developments, such as a sinuous residential building in paris, and a hillside village in beverly hills.

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MAD architects to realize beijing concert hall wrapped in a translucent façade

the state-of-the-art performance hall will become the home for the china philharmonic orchestra and serve as cultural space promoting exchanges between people and music.

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MAD architects to realize beijing concert hall wrapped in a translucent façade

the state-of-the-art performance hall will become the home for the china philharmonic orchestra and serve as cultural space promoting exchanges between people and music.

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MAD architects’ invisible border installation at milan design week alters our perception of space

the polymer veil represents an artistic, as well as an architectural gesture, as it follows no functional logic or form, but seems to be shaped by natural elements like the force of the wind or the flow of water.

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