We talked for the first time about Antony Gibbon a few months ago, on the occasion of the Twine project, the habitable sculpture that managed to merge indoor and outdoor spaces. Today we are talking about it because the Mexican architect and his studio have published images of a futuristic project, to say the least. It is called Vessel, the building that Antony Gibbon designed inspired by the profiles of the Swiss Alps.
Like all of the designer’s work, Vessel aims to create a link between the structure and the surrounding environment, trying to merge them in the best possible way both from an aesthetic point of view and minimizing the environmental impact.
Vessel consists of two thin stone disks positioned perpendicularly to the ground, between which a space enclosed by large windows is created. The style of the building is very different from the typical design of this area, but at the same time, it blends in with the landscape, camouflaging itself among the Alps.
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