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Mlicki Offices in Columbus, Ohio by Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design (designed using SketchUp and Revit)

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

Article source: Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design

This renovation project addressed the issues of sustainability through recycling, the reinvention of two historic, but not historically significant, structures to align with the brand of the owner’s business, and the investigation of and references to the work of two artists through this project.

Mlicki Offices

  • Architects: Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design
  • Project: Mlicki Offices
  • Location: Columbus, Ohio
  • Client’s Name:  Mlicki
  • Completion Date:  2008
  • Photographer:  Brad Feinknopf, Feinknopf Photography
  • Software used: Revit and SketchUp


Toshiba Milano Salone in Milano, Italy by DGT

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

Article source: DGT

This project was initiated by Toshiba, a corporate citizen of planet Earth, wanting to create a light installation featuring LED lights at Milano Salone 2011, the world’s largest design trade fair. Since its commercialization of the incandescent light bulb in 1890, Toshiba has continued to contribute to the development of lighting culture through its cutting-edge technology, consistent innovation and passion for light. The company entered the European LED market in 2010. It is committed to the development and creation of innovative next-generation products that are based on the understanding of the unique cultures and diverse values of different countries and regions, in harmony with people and environment.

Images Courtesy Daici Ano


  • Architect: DGT, Paris
  • Name of Project: Toshiba Milano Salone
  • Location: Milano, Italy
  • Status: Completed
  • Dates: 2010 – 2011
  • Area: 534 m²
  • Photographs: Francesco Niki Takehiko, Daici Ano, DGT
  • Software used: First made a model, tested lighting and proportion and then did drawing in AutoCAD.


Transformation of dijon mustard laboratory in Dijon, France by MVRDV

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

Article source: MVRDV

All over Europe buildings are empty and waiting for a new future. Transformations are usually all about the preservation of historically or architecturally significant parts of a building. In this case the building is completed in 2004 and the preservation act directed towards reuse. The disused building is a former Unilever Dijon mustard laboratory and closed in 2009. The building is in a good state but due to its wide volume not suitable for traditional work spaces. The construction budget is too low to exchange the façade or make serious alterations to the structure. A fine balance is needed between intervention and intelligent re-use of the existing.

After transformation View from canal

  • Architect: MVRDV
  • Name of Project: Transformation of dijon mustard laboratory
  • Location: Dijon, France


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