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House Meijer in Almelo, The Netherlands by Van der Jeugd Architecten

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

Modest in situ cast-concrete house in Almelo. Striking are the strategically positioned wall and roof openings, which optimize the view from the house and establish a special lightfall in the dwelling. In addition, the house has an internal logic, combining intimacy and spaciousness in a remarkable way.

House Meijer

  • Architect: Van der Jeugd Architecten
  • Project: House Meijer
  • Location: City of Almelo, the Netherlands
  • Design Team: Paul van der Jeugd, Ruud van der Koelen, Mirjam Wiggers
  • Project area: 370 sqm
  • Costs: €475.000
  • Project Year: 2008
  • Photographs: Ruud van der Koelen


Casa in Puglia, Italy by Peter Pichler

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

700-Year Old Italian Farmhouse Renovated with Delicate Filigree Screens

Santa Maria Al Bagno is a small fishermen village, district of Nardò in the province of Lecce, and it is located on the coastline of the Gulf of Taranto, Ionian west coast between Gallipoli and porto Cesareo. The project embraces a conversion of an existing old house from the 14th century in Puglia, south Italy. The house was part of a so called “masseria”, a traditional farmhouse to be found in the countryside of Puglia and usually built in “tufo”, a local sandstone.

Casa Puglia

  • Architect: Peter Pichler
  • Project: Casa in Puglia
  • Type: leisure residence
  • Location: Santa Maria al Bagno, Puglia, Italy
  • Status: built


Design Incubator – Theatre of Production in Boston by Alan Lu

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

This project explores the notion of programmatic extremism in a design incubator facility where a central defined figure that contains a vertically integrated manufacturing/workloft arrangement occupies the void and recoups the emptiness left by an existing ice storage facility.

Design Incubator - Theatre of Production - Rendering - Exterior

  • Designer: Alan Lu
  • Project Name : Design Incubator – Theatre of Production
  • Location : Boston, Massachusetts, US
  • Use : Design based Business Incubator / Fabrication Facilities
  • Site Area : 3790㎡
  • Bldg. Area: 920㎡
  • Gross Floor Area : 4600㎡
  • Bldg. Coverage Ratio : 80%
  • Gross Floor Ratio : 50%
  • Bldg. Scale : Stories above Ground: 8
  • Stories below Ground: 1
  • Structure : Concrete / Steel Structure
  • Max. Height : 53m
  • Landscape Area : 2800㎡
  • Parking Lot : Underground Parking for Cars
  • Exterior Finish : Vulcanized Rubber Cladding
  • Complete year : Proposal Completed in 2011
  • Software used: Autodesk Maya, Digital Project/Catia, Rhino, Vray Render and Maxwell Render


The Restaurant Michel Richard in Ritz Carlton, VA by Group Goetz Architects

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

Group Goetz Architects (GGA) is proud to serve as the lead designer for Michel the newest restaurant by Michel Richard. Located in the Ritz Carlton at Tyson’s Corner, Michel infuses the hotel with the character and life the James Beard Award-winning chef is known for. The space combines the elegance of his Georgetown location, Citronelle, and the business atmosphere found in his latest venture, Central, also designed by the nationally recognized Group Goetz Architects. Michel is a destination for business breakfasts and lunches and transforms into an elegant evening dining venue serving innovative modern French cuisine in a contemporary setting, where guests can enjoy everything from duck with figs and cinnamon to chocolate crème brulee.

Dining Area

  • Architects: Group Goetz Architects
  • Project: The Restaurant Michel Richard
  • Location: Ritz Carlton, VA
  • Project Completed: February 2011
  • MEP Engineer: Bera Engineers
  • Contractor: Forrester Construction Company
  • Kitchen Consultant: JRS Associate
  • Lighting Consultant: Jeffery Nathan
  • Principal-in-Charge: Al Gooden
  • Project Manager: Tom Mulhearn
  • Project Leader: Laura Madge


Grangemouth Renewable Energy Plant in Dundee, UK by Gordon Murray Architects

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

The design draws inspiration from the uses adjacent to the proposed site, container storage yards, in order to reflect the industrial character of the surrounding area and create a clear visual connection with Scotland’s largest container terminal. The design would function at long range as a distinct element within the setting of the Firth of Forth and within the context of the Helix park project. At the medium range, careful manipulation of the contrast between solid, void and transparency can help define the massing of the Biomass Renewable Energy Plant in an appropriate manner, while at close range, the design of the surface texture should be considered carefully to create an architectural response which is robust and appropriate for the setting.

Grangemouth Renewable Energy Plant

  • Architects: Gordon Murray Architects
  • Project: Grangemouth Renewable Energy Plant
  • Location: Dundee, UK
  • Software used: 3d studio VIZ for rendering and textures, and the models were built in Autocad 2007.


Green Light Tower in City of Athens by UArchitects

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

When we look from the see to the new proposal of the Pireaus tower. This proposal will connect the tower with the see, the nearby and the city of Athens.

Green Light Tower

  • Architects: UArchitects
  • Project: Green Light Tower
  • Location: City of Athens
  • Software used: AutoCAD and Photoshop


Interior broadcast company ‘Omroep Brabant’ in Eindhoven, The Netherlands by COEN! Design Agency

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

Omroep Brabant is a regional broadcasting company. It touches the peoples hearts in the Brabant region. COEN! Translated this feeling into the new interior of this organisation. A warm welcome in the entrance hall, a poem and floor pattern about the purple heath and subtle translation of the typical Brabant flag. A visualisation of tradition in a modern entourage.

Omroep Brabant

  • Architects: Coen! Design Agency
  • Project: Interior broadcast company ‘Omroep Brabant’
  • Location: Eindhoven, The Netherlands
  • Client: Omroep Brabant, Eindhoven
  • Interior Architect: COEN! Design Agency, Coen van Ham, Eindhoven
  • Interior Builder: Gielissen, Eindhoven
  • Floor: 1600 m2
  • Delivery: 2009
  • Software used: Photoshop and Illustrator


Nove I in Aspen, Colorado by Studio B Architects

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

Nove 1 consists of two 3,500 square foot single-family residences located on a corner lot in Aspen’s West End neighborhood. Sometimes entitled “Sibling Rivalry,” Nove’s two residences divide the property into equal halves and draw a line – the concrete landscaping wall – right down the double courtyard in the middle. The residences are within easy walking distance of Aspen’s numerous cultural activities. The architecture of the houses is clean and sophisticated. The exterior and interior material palate is simple yet elegant, and designed for housing of the residents’ many pieces of artwork. Construction was completed in the fall of 2005.

Nove 1

  • Architects: Studio B Architects
  • Project: Nove I
  • Location: Aspen, Colorado
  • Type of Project: Residential Duplex over $3 million
  • Project Completion Date: Fall 2005
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Wenzhou Central Business District in Wenzhou, China by Henn Architekten

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

Wenzhou lies within a mountainous region of Zhejiang Province where the Ou Jiang River meets the East China Sea. The traditional trading town opened to foreign trade in 1876 and as an international port is one of today’s key production locations for the consumer goods industry in China. The centrepiece of the city’s future Central Business District comprises offices, a five-star hotel, commercial space and a public park.

Wenzhou Central Business District

  • Architects: Henn Architekten
  • Project: Wenzhou Central Business District
  • Location: Wenzhou, China
  • Year: 2010 – 2013
  • Awards: Preis Competition 2010 1st Prize


Gdansk Museum of World War II in Poland by Weathers Architect

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

The proposal for the Polish city’s WWII museum addresses the issues of the site as it pertains to local adjacencies (vehicular and pedestrian access, programmatic access, and views) as well as broader urban and climatic context that defines it, and which we intend to manipulated at a local level. Gdansk’s climatic context plays a decisive role in determining the activities and social interactions of its program; and since these conditions are no longer believed to be out of the reach of the architect’s design control, then these activities and social relationships built with and around the museum are open for redesign as well.

Gdansk Museum of World War II

  • Architects: Weathers Architect
  • Project: Gdansk Museum of World War II
  • Location: Gdansk, Poland
  • Collaborators: OOS ag , Atelier Ten
  • Size: 36,000 m2
  • Date: 2010
  • Type: Two stage competition
  • Team: Sean Lally, Federico Cavazos, Marina Nicollier, Matt Vander Ploeg
  • Collaborators: OOS-ag
  • Date: 2010, Size: 36,000 m2
  • Type: Two stage competition


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