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Archive for May 18th, 2011

Islamic Cultural Center in Tirana, Albania by Bjarke Ingels Group

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

The capital Tirana is undergoing an urban transformation which includes the restoration and refurbishment of existing buildings, the construction of a series of new public and private urban structures, and the complete reconceptualization of Scanderbeg Square. This important square is the site of the new cultural complex that will consist of a Mosque, an Islamic Centre, and a Museum of Religious Harmony.

Cultural Center in Albania

  • Architect: Bjarke Ingels Group
  • Project: Islamic Cultural Center
  • Location: Tirana, Albania
  • Type: Invited Competition
  • Client: Municipality of Tirana, Albanian Muslim Community
  • Software used: Rhino + V-ray and 3ds max + Maxwell


NWT in Noordwijk, Netherlands by Onix

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

A new day-centre for the clients ‘Heeren Loo healthcare institution’ will be built on the edge of the dunes of the Willem van den Bergh grounds. The day-centre will be formed by two courts through which a public route will proceed. Inverted integration will take place in this public domain. Here, the visitor will meet the user, in other words, the client, of the institution.

Exterior View

  • Architect: Onix
  • Name of Project: NWT
  • Location: Noordwijk, Netherlands


Habit make us blind in Valencia, Spain by Espai MGR

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

Day by day we pass by vacant lots downtown. Just like an invisible metastasis generated in the heart of the city and extending to all its arteries. Neighborhoods that, although having a huge potential, have more and more unused spaces, a fact that does not at all promote a correct sustainable development. Years have made us immune to this problem. It’s a landscape we already recognize as typical of the central neighborhoods in Valencia.

Habitat Make Us Blind

  • Architect: Espai MGR
  • Project: Habit make us blind
  • Location: Valencia, Spain
  • Software used: 3dsmax+vray and photoshop


Treehugger in Koblenz, Germany by one fine day – office for architectural design

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

“Treehugger” is a pavilion that is currently exhibited at the National Garden Show (BuGA) 2011 in Koblenz, Germany. It results from a research-project that was initiated by Dipl.-Des. Christoph Krause, director of the Chamber of Skilled Craft’s “Center for Design, Manufacturing and Communication” in Koblenz in 2009. “Treehugger” has been designed by the Department for Digital Design at University of Applied Sciences, Trier, and was led by Prof. Holger Hoffmann in collaboration with his Düsseldorf based office One Fine Day. Frankfurt based Office for Structural Design has been responsible for the structural engineering of the project. OCHS Holzbau, Kirchberg, executed the timber/steel-construction. In addition to the project’s mere architectural aspects an integrated interactive light-installation has been developed by the Faculty of Intermedia Design together with the Faculty of Computer Sciences, both from University of Applied Sciences, Trier, as well.

Interior View Frame


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