Sarah Oppenheimer is challenging the distinction between art and architecture with a unique collection of windows and wall openings. Using wall incisions and glass as her mediums, Oppenheimer blurs the line between room and painting. From 2012 to present, Oppenheimer’s work has been featured in the PPOW Gallery in New York City, as well as in Kunsthaus Baselland and Von Bartha Garage in Switzerland.
Porta Termini: A House for Fourteen Thousand Pilgrims. It is not a housing project, but the provision of the most basic form of habitation. It requires an architecture of the anti-everyday. One that stands in opposition to, and confronts the familiar.
'Evolver' is a sculpture erected to view the panorama surrounding Zermatt, Switzerland. It was designed and built in wood by a team of 2nd year architecture students from the ALICE studio at EPFL in Lausanne.
A witty chair design, by Will Sandy for The Edible Bus Stop campaign, displayed at the Hampton Court Flower Show 2012. By planting bus routes, in London, The Edible Bus Stop aim to bring local communities together and green up the city. There are liveried bus stops and buses along the edible route too.