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Praxis of Flow in San Juan, Puerto Rico by Melody Rees & Arthur Azoulai

Monday, February 21st, 2011

This project is a morphological study that emphasizes circulating forces and an extended field of movement. It is designed by dynamically simulating self-organizing biological systems. Simultaneously, selective decision making is used to sculpt innate yet deliberate spatial relationships and formal qualities.

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Praxis of Flow

  • Project Name: Praxis of Flow
  • Designers: MegaZoo Design: Melody Rees + Arthur Azoulai
  • Schematic Design Completion : December 2010
  • Project Location: San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • Status: Un-Built

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Seven Chambers in Dalian, China by Cheungvogl

Monday, February 21st, 2011

As time defines history and events turn into memories, time itself again stands in the way to recall both as the constantly changing subjectiveness of presence determines the perspective of view onto the past.

The seven chambers are designed to cut the visitor, the exhibited art of the private collection and the occasional cultural and communal events out of the context of the presence to create a moment of individual reception, reflection and interaction with the long lasting history of China without any influence of singular materiality of temporary circumstances, creating the opportunity of a silent encounter with various objects and art pieces, documenting the long way of thousands years of Chinese history, leading to the day, which is today.

7 Chambers

7 Chambers

  • Architects: Cheungvogl, Hong Kong
  • Location: Dalian, China
  • Client: Private Commission
  • Main Use: Exhibition
  • Total Area: 1’400 sqm; 1’200 sqm Exhibition, 200 sqm Facilities
  • Site Area: 42’000 sqm
  • Design Year: 2008-2011
  • Status: ongoing – 2012

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Miami Dade College Campus Center, Miami, Florida, by OPPENHEIM Architecture+Design designed using ArchiCAD

Monday, February 21st, 2011

The dramatic design set forth for Miami’s LEED certified Miami Dade College Campus Center by Oppenheim Architecture+Design is visually daring and bold; yet upon further introspection, inherently elemental and concise in its organization of the complex programmatic mix. The proposed LEED® certified structure is conceived of as a portal comprised of a base and a top supported by two towers that allow large exterior public spaces at ground and in sky. The project is to serve as a catalyst-exasperating significant enhancement to the campus experience and image through a local revitalization of the surrounding neighborhood.

 

The proposed LEED® certified structure is conceived of as a portal comprised of a base and a top supported by two towers that allow large exterior public spaces at ground and in sky.

The proposed LEED® certified structure is conceived of as a portal comprised of a base and a top supported by two towers that allow large exterior public spaces at ground and in sky.

  • Architect: OPPENHEIM Architecture+Design, Miami, Fla.
  • Project: Miami Data College Campus Center
  • Scope: 2,500,000 SF mixed-use. Architecture/Interior finishes
  • Location: Miami, Florida
  • Software used: ArchiCAD

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Villa Allegra, Miami Beach by OPPENHEIM Architecture+Design

Monday, February 21st, 2011

Chad Oppenheim of OPPENHEIM Architecture+Design’s designs, although not limited to Miami, are mainly concentrated in and around Miami. His influence is being felt most in the Design District and Uptown.

Reflecting pool

Reflecting pool

Architect:        OPPENHEIM Architecture+Design, Miami, Fla.

Scope: 9,000 SF private residence. Architecture/Interior design

Location: Miami Beach, Florida

Project Team: Chad Oppenheim, Juan Calvo, Giovana Henao, Leslie Abraham, Rodrigo Londoño, and Roger Placencia

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Invisible Garage by Indie Architecture

Monday, February 21st, 2011

My mother is a liberal democrat who supports environmentally conscious legislation and business. So naturally, she opposes sprawl. I was recently driving with her through a 1990s suburb where the houses are built very close to one another, less then 10 feet apart. She said to me, “I don’t know why anyone would want to live right on top of their neighbors like that.” She’s not alone in having these competing, yet understandable, points of view. When discussing sprawl as an urban condition, there is no lack of vitriol. But at the scale of the house, most people want their space. As historian Robert Bruegmann points out, very few critics of sprawl believe that they live in it—it’s a place that is further out, less sensible, and less tasteful than their own neighborhood.

Invisible Garage

Invisible Garage

Luxury Residential Aspen Residence in Aspen, Colorado by Forum Phi Architects

Monday, February 21st, 2011

This contemporary mountain residence offers attractive modern elements including copper barrel roofs and a sleek, chef-inspired kitchen. The stunning views are maximized from all angles, yet privacy is key thanks to the home’s strategic design. The entry offers a secluded courtyard feel and many South facing windows help to significantly reduce energy usage in the winter. The expansive kitchen, living room, dining and family areas are designed as a completely open floor plan which gives the large house the vibrancy and cozy comfort of a smaller residence. The house offers all the luxury amenities a resident could dream of including a state of the art media room, and a master bedroom of around 2000 sq ft with his and hers closets, extravagant guest bedrooms and bathrooms galore, a modern kitchen, lounge area, den, offices.

East Aspen Luxury Residences

East Aspen Luxury Residences

  • Architects: Forum Phi Architects www.forumphi.com
  • Location: Aspen, Colorado
  • Details: 7 Bedrooms, 7 Full Bath, 7 Half Bath
  • Area: 9140 sq ft

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Summer terrace for TV show by Za Bor Architects

Monday, February 21st, 2011

The project has been developed specially for popular TV show «Dachniy Otvet» (Eng: the village talks). The idea of the show is that for those owners of country houses and cottages, who agreed to participate in the experiment, the invited designers or architects do re-planning of a part of their cottage. The important moment is that the house owners pay nothing for reconstruction, but at the same time they can’t influence the result, so it comes always unexpected for them. The architects in their turn try to offer the most original solutions.

In this case the object is an ordinary two-storey house made of brick, with a mansard. It has an attached basement on which its owners, a family of university teachers with three young sons, planned to make a covered terrace.

Summer Terrace

Summer Terrace

  • Architects: za bor architects / Arseniy Borisenko, Peter Zaytsev
  • Location: Moscow Region, Russia
  • Principal Use: recreation
  • Engineer: za bor architects
  • Materials: metal frame, polycarbonate, cedarwood
  • Constructed Area: 43 sqm
  • Project year: 2009-2010
  • Photographs: Peter Zaytsev

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A Room For London by Valkof Architect

Monday, February 21st, 2011

A Room for London is a competition for temporary demountable hotel room for up to two guests on top of the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London during the Olympic year of 2012.

A Room for London - View 1

A Room for London - View 1

  • Type : hospitality
  • Location : roof of Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, London
  • Date : November, 2010
  • Status : competition
  • Client : Living Architecture, Artangel, Southbank Centre
  • Area : 45 sq. m.
  • Credits : Vlado Valkof – project architect, Anne Valkof, Ulysses Carmona – designers, Ivan Dimov, Oleg Topalov – rendering

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Metal recycling plant in Pivka, Slovenia by Dekleva Gregoric Arhitekti (designed using AutoCAD)

Monday, February 21st, 2011

What is long-lasting and what is recycle friendly was one of the key questions, the architects were able to follow in the project for a metal recycle plant, where they first accumulate and then separate different waste metals and prepare them for reuse. The project consists of an immense production plateau and two small buildings on the edge of it.

Photo by Matevz Paternoster

Photo by Matevz Paternoster

  • Architects: dekleva gregoric arhitekti
  • Design team: Aljoša Dekleva u.d.i.a. M.Arch. (AA Dist), Tina Gregoric u.d.i.a. M.Arch. (AA Dist), Lea Kovic u.d.i.a.
  • Location: industrial zone, Pivka, Slovenija
  • Client: Andrej Dolenc, Odpad d.o.o. Pivka
  • Project: 2005
  • Completion: 2007
  • Photo: Matevz Paternoster, Miran Kambic
  • Software used: AutoCAD

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SAP Labs in Latin America by Eduardo de Almeida / Shundi Iwamizu Arquitetos

Monday, February 21st, 2011

Eduardo de Almeida and Shundi Iwamizu Arquitetos designed the SAP Labs. the building was completed in 2009.

SAP Labs

SAP Labs

  • Architects: Eduardo de Almeida, Shundi Iwamizu Arquitetos
  • Location: Sao Leopoldo, Brazil
  • Project year: 2009
  • Construction Drawings: Felipe Notto, Cecília Reichstul, Giovana Avancini e Roberto Zochio

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