12 January 2011 BGU University Entrance Square and Art Gallery by Chyutin Architects Stripes of paving, plants and lighting form the entrance to Ben- Gurion University campus in Be’er Sheba, Israel, designed by Israeli firm Chyutin Architects.
Great idea to cut into a corner! A great way to create light and the appearance of space in small living rooms Bridging spaces - kitchen connected to lounge area of apartment using glass partition in a corner
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.