High School Crinkled Wall / Wiesflecker Architecture In cooperation with the artist Karl-Heinz Klopf, a “crinkled wall” was created, a three-dimensional concrete structure which hangs like a sheet of crumpled paper from the roof down to the first floor.
This design is crazy, I love all the natural light, and the wall of windows that appears to lead to a greenhouse. The stairs being right above the kitchen is very cool, that's something I have seen very few times.
An inset glass box is used here to capture the reflected light of an outdoor Zen garden and to bring it indoors along the floor. The wall becomes a glowing prism of light during the day, and a glowing alcove as seen from the outside at night.
**Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA by Arthur Erickson Architect. The Museum of Glass provides a dynamic learning environment to appreciate the medium of glass through creative experiences, collections and exhibitions.
The Cross Towers constitute a three-dimensional urban community of interlocking horizontal and vertical towers. The residential towers are located in the Yongsan International Business District in Seoul, South Korea.