Ahh, the wonders of concrete. A technology invented by the Romans continues to astound me with what is possible. In the case of dupli.casa, it is the perfect, seamless material for the whizzy computer shapes coming from the office of Berlin architect Jurgen Mayer H. What makes this project noteworthy is that it shows a powerful grasp of shapemaking, and it never feels like you’re sitting in a big sculpture that someone grudgingly cut windows in. In addition, the integration of non-swoopy elements like windows is nothing short of masterful.
Designer: Jurgen Mayer H