Archetype is a garden where architecture and nature dance together in continuous connections and contrasts, whose peculiarities, in the Renaissance meaning, are filtered, absorbed and interpreted by the contemporary man. 

Nature is a synthesis of landscape, man becomes landscape through architecture. The fusion of classical and modernist language generates to the third one which find its time in the contemporaneity. 


Space Ibiza is the most awarded club in the history, a party icon. It revolutionized the clubbing scene creating the first after-hour in the World. Nowadays, Space Ibiza has 5 rooms, 3 of them are partially outdoor: Sunset Terrace, Premier Etage and El Salón. Main Room and the legendary Terrace complete the structure of this famous club, known by its fantastic atmosphere and big productions. The gargantuan Opening and Closing parties also feature a special outdoor stage.


Panel created by Archigram, about 1970, Museum no. CIRC.472-1974

Archigram created this panel in London during the early 1970s. Sixteen panels were produced as part of its submission to a competition for a new summer casino and club in Monte Carlo. This introductory panel was purchased by the V&A from the Archigram architectural practice in 1974, after the Monte Carlo project fell through in 1973.


Brixel Mirror is a 19 foot wide by 6 foot-tall installation made up of 540 Brixels™, black on one side and mirrored on the other. Brixel Mirror is the first installation built by BREAKFAST to utilize their Brixels technology.
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Design studio Breakfast threw out that playbook with an extraordinary new demo of a technology it calls “Brixels” — a portmanteau for “bricks” and “pixels.” They’re smart blocks, kind of like giant Legos, with built-in actuators that let them transform on the fly, giving designers a new tool with which to create adaptable public and living spaces.


Anna Katrine Hougaard (1979*) PhD and architect MAA, is specialized in new developments in architectural drawing. Academic core areas are the different roles of drawing in architecture, architectural diagrammatics and artistic research.