DREAMLAND | Design + Direct  DREAMLAND is an inventive architecture and design lab and office supported by an aligned and humane working process. Our particular interest is to promote understanding and empathy as the core of pioneering ideas.  We aspire to a future of connected living.Our holistic, design process comes to life at DREAMLAND through our L.A.B. The L.A.B. consists of three interconnected branches: DREAMLAND LEARNING, DREAMLAND ALLIANCE and DREAMLAND BUILDING.

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New York, New York

The American flagship store for Camper Shoes is located on a corner site on Prince Street in Soho, New York City inside of a Landmark District. The exterior of the building has been redesigned with full height sliding doors that open the store to the street for a market experience. The paper tube roof structure reconfigures the flat roof, creating Camper’s ‘House of Shoes’. The main feature of the red and white interior is an angled display wall featuring the shoes inside the brands’ name and from which the entire store design radiates. Depending on the approach to the store from either of two streets, one sees the Camper colors, either a white or a red interior. As Director for Shigeru Ban Architects. Photography by: Sánchez y Montoro.


Dunbar, Pennsylvania

A reception and wedding event pavilion to support the popularity of Kentuck Knob, a home built by Frank Lloyd Wright. Inspired by nearby trees, the undulating, translucent roof creates a canopy which allows light into the pavilion. The design is completely integrated with the exterior through full height door openings. As Director for Shigeru Ban Architects


New York, New York

An innovative 72 Room Boutique Hotel design where rooms contain Japanese elements with simple built in millwork and wooden, soaking tubs. The hotel, located in the Meatpacking Chelsea District of New York City, houses a restaurant, bar and spa. Punched openings in an exterior, vertical, translucent screen, provide a modern iconic solution for integrating the facade with neighboring buildings. The screen maintains privacy to rooms on the lower levels and conceals landscaped elements seen via moving shadows behind it. As Director for Shigeru Ban Architects.


London, UK

Travel Club is a travel agency, travel club and café on a winding, narrow street in London. A triangular site is used as a stage set for travel agents who sit on stage who are consulted by café visitors. The structure of the building and stage curtain is used as a display tool for travel brochures. The club, on the opposite side of the street creates synergy of desire and passage between the two activities. With Dreamland.

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