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Barcelona Airport New Terminal in Barcelona, Spain by RICARDO BOFILL TALLER DE ARQUITECTURA

Saturday, April 16th, 2011

Terminal 1 of Barcelona Airport

The project won the first prize in competition in 2001 and has been awarded as the best airport of Europe with ACI EUROPE 2010 prize.

Night View of Barcelona Airport New Terminal

  • Name of Project: Barcelona Airport New Terminal
  • Location: Barcelona, Spain
  • Gross floor area: 525.500 m2 (+ parking + CEN)
  • Total cost: 800,000,000 €
  • Client: AENA


Brandon Fire Hall No.1 in Brandon, Canada by Cibinel Architects

Saturday, April 16th, 2011

The dynamic new 30,000 sq ft Brandon Fire and Emergency Services Building validates the idea that a primarily utilitarian program, which often times results in a prefabricated solution, can become a sophisticated architectural project that contributes to its surrounding community and landscape while still fulfilling its demanding functional requirements and modest budget.

Brandon Fire Hall's geometry creates a dramatic entry point

  • Architects: Cibinel Architects Ltd
  • Project: Brandon Fire Hall No.1
  • Location: 120 – 19th Street North, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
  • Client: City of Brandon
  • Collaborators: Collins Design Service – Fire Station Consultant
  • Engineers: Crosier Kilgour & Partners Ltd, Epp Siepman Engineering Inc, Nova 3 Engineering Ltd, Williams Engineering Inc, M. Block & Associates Ltd


Kubik By Balestra Berlin

Saturday, April 16th, 2011

Balestra Berlin

Launched in 2006 the Balestra Berlin team is an ever evolving interdisciplinary group of Creatives. Hold together by a core team in their offce in Berlin they interlink disciplines like architecture, photography, event, flm, sound-, graphic-, fashion- and light design.

Images Courtesy Frank Schoepgens

  • Architect: Balestra Berlin
  • Name of Project: kubik
  • Photographer: Simon Köppen, Robert Ostmann, Robin Thomas, Manu Martinez, Marc Twain, Frank Schoepgens, Sara Montaneli, Marc Koetse, GLOW lightfestival, PROWOKATOR, WELOVEART, Robin Thomas, Brian Reyes, Elias Keimer


SEBRAE NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS in Brasilia, Brazil by Gruposp

Saturday, April 16th, 2011


Our approach to the design responds simultaneously to the urbanistic constrictions in Brasilia – including the topographic characteristics of the terrain – and the character of the architecture desired for the new national SEBRAE headquarters. What we propose is not a building but an architectural complex with: 1) emphasis on interior spatiality, aimed at integration of both the user and the built and natural landscape; 2) maximum flexibility for organization of offices, and 3) concern with optimal environmental and economic performance.

Front View

  • Architect: Gruposp
  • Location: Brasilia, Brazil
  • Client: SEBRAE Brazilian Micro and Small Business Support Service
  • Competition and Project: 2008
  • Completion date: 2010
  • Plot area: 10.000,00 m2
  • Building area: 25.000,00 m2
  • Photographs: Nelson Kon


Central St. Giles Court in London, UK by Renzo Piano Building Workshop Architects

Saturday, April 16th, 2011


St Giles Court is owned by Legal & General who, with Stanhope as Development Manager, has instructed the world-renowned architects Renzo Piano Building Workshop to prepare a scheme for its redevelopment.

Image Courtesy Michel Denancé

  • Architects: Renzo Piano Building Workshop Architects
  • Project: Central St. Giles Court
  • Location: London, UK
  • Client: Legal & General with Mitsubishi Estate Corporation Stanhope PLC
  • Collaboration: Fletcher Priest Architects
  • Site: 1.75 Acre
  • Construction Start: November 2001
  • Completed: 26 May 2010


Winterview Residence in Hendersonville, North Carolina

Friday, April 15th, 2011

The clients’ property is situated along a steeply sloped, heavily wooded ravine in the mountains of North Carolina. They asked us for a modern house that embodied the tactile qualities of the mountains and allowed the beauty of the surrounding landscape to dominate. Requested spaces include an artist’s studio, living room, master and guest suites, a study/library, and a goat barn.

Winterview Residence

  • Location: Hendersonville, NC, USA
  • Est. completion date: to be determined
  • Project team: Frank Harmon, FAIA, Matthew Griffith, AIA


Municipal Indoor Swimming Pool In Toro, Zamora (Spain)

Friday, April 15th, 2011

The building was developed as a result of the proposal submitted to a public competition called in 2004 by the City of Toro.

Municipal Indoor Swimming Pool - Exterior

  • Project: Municipal indoor swimming pool in Toro, Zamora (Spain)
  • Client : Toro City Council.
  • Situation: Calle Bustamante s/n, 49800, Toro (Zamora). Spain.
  • Dates:
    • Competition, September 2004.
    • Project, December 2005.
    • Construction, October 2006 – December 2010.
  • Architects & Construction managers: VIER ARQUITECTOS SLP (Antonio Raya, Cristóbal Crespo, Santiago Sánchez, Enrique Antelo).
  • Collaborators: Pablo Vilares Calvete, Cristina De Vera Juárez y Ruth Varela Rodríguez, architects. José María Sastre Martín, rigger.
  • Contractor: Valsan Construcciones y Contratas S.L. (since march 2009 – partial concrete structure). Ferrovial Agromán S.A. (from september 2009).
  • Area: 2.441,00 m2.
  • Photographer: Héctor Fernández Santos-Díez.
  • Web:
  • Address: C/ Santiago de la Iglesia, 5, bajo. 15004. A Coruña. Spain
  • Telephone: (+34) 981 145 366
  • Software used: AutoCAD, CYPE


Dune House by Gianluca Santosuosso

Friday, April 15th, 2011

The concept behind the DUNE House project is to create a flexible tool* more than a design where the client has the possibility to define his own house. Mainly, the idea is based on a system composed by different volumes where each of them represents a program or a cluster of it (bedroom and bathroom, kitchen, swimming poll, etc.) and the client is able to distribute them on the plot and creating every kind of space and connection that he prefers.

Dune House

  • Designer: Gianluca Santosuosso (engineer- architect )
  • Professor: Jordi Pagès and Ramon and Lluis Viu – IaaC tutors
  • University: Architectural engineering, Via Scrivanda 9 Cantalupa – Turin, Italy, 10060 (+39) 335 74 05 423, (+39) 0121 35 45 72
  • Web:
  • Software used: Rhinoceros and Grasshopper (parametric design plugin for rhino) and rendered with Maxwell


Casas San Juan in Cuernavaca Morelos, Mexico

Friday, April 15th, 2011

The Project lies in a very dry area in the city of Cuernavaca, Morelos in Mexico. The city was nicknamed the “City of Eternal Spring” by Alexander von Humboldt in the 19th century. One our away from México City, the most important summer states for the Aztecs and in present times as well for the inhabitant of Mexico City’s. The name “Cuernavaca” is derived from the Nahuatl phrase Cuauhnahuac, and means “surrounded by or close to trees.” The name was eventually Hispanicized to Cuernavaca because the Spanish could not pronounce the Nahuatl name.

Casas San Juan

  • Architecture project: Aflo Arquitectos / Mexico MArch Andres Flores Architect
  • Associate with Serrano Monjaraz Architects / Mexico. Juan Pablo Serrano Architect
  • Design team: Lluvia Martinez, Cesar Reyes and Erik Kobayashi.
  • Photographer: Marcos Betanzos
  • Client: AzurCity S.A. de C.V.
  • Location: Cuernavaca Morelos, Mexico
  • Date: August 2009
  • Budget: 25,000 K mxn pesos
  • Structural Consultant: IESSA
  • Main contractor: CONVEPO SA de CV
  • Chef contractor: Hugo de Vega
  • Web:
  • Software used: 3DS MAX


Downtown Apartment in Zagreb, Croatia by DVA Arhitekta

Friday, April 15th, 2011

Project interventions revives the flexibility of former plan solutions – three to four rooms facing the street facade. Double door set in the middle of the wall between the rooms is a key element of spatial organization of downtown housing. Once, rooms used to be salons and rooms for diverse daily activities, and today an open space plan allows a variuos number of activities to happen simultaneously. In new spatial conception, the doors remain, but not only as a memory of old times, but as a functional and partition element separating and connecting at the same time different functional zones. All other rooms are scaled to fit Zagreb Downtown home lifestyle: a lavish and representative entrance hall, very comfortable master bedroom and discreetly incorporated laundry room, dressing room and pantry.

Downtown Apartment

  • Architects: DVA Arhitekta
  • Project: Downtown Apartment
  • Location: Zagreb, Croatia
  • Architect Team: Tomislav Ćurković, Zoran Zidarić
  • Project: 2010
  • Completed: 2010
  • Collaborator: Barbara Vuković
  • Photograph: Robert Leš


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