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Green Point in Brighton, Victoria by Wood/Marsh Pty Ltd Architecture

Friday, June 24th, 2011

Article source: Wood/Marsh Pty Ltd Architecture

This project aims to create a harmonious mix of different building typologies set in a large fully permeable garden setting. Five individually sculpted buildings accommodate a mix of town houses, apartments and detached single dwellings. The siting, formal composition, and materiality of each pays sensitive consideration to contextual issues such as surrounding building form and size, the waterfront promenade, and views beyond.

Green Point


Gladstone Gallery 21st Street in New York by Selldorf Architects

Friday, June 24th, 2011

Article source: Selldorf Architects

Located in Chelsea between 10th and 11th Avenues and situated between two other prominent New York galleries, this building is a secondary exhibition space for the Gladstone Gallery and was designed to house large installations of sculpture. Respecting the area’s industrial warehouse buildings, the façade is constructed of dark grey hand-cut brick of unusual proportions, laid with filled joints to underscore the monumental appearance. The façade features a large opening on the ground floor and ribbon windows on the upper levels.

Exterior View (Image Courtesy Nikolas Koenig)

  • Architects: Selldorf Architects
  • Project: Gladstone Gallery 21st Street
  • Location: New York, USA
  • Completion: 2008
  • Photographer: Nikolas Koenig


Beton-hala Waterfront Center in Belgrade, Serbia by Studio Alfirevic

Friday, June 24th, 2011

Article source: Studio Alfirevic

Proposed design promotes an idea of visual and functional merging of the newly designed part with the existing Beton Hala building, to create a unique center for exhibition and commercial use in Belgrade, which also communicates in a mimetic way with Kalemegdan fortress and Sava river’s waterfront.

Night View from Fortress

  • Architect: Studio Alfirevic
  • Name of Project: Beton-hala Waterfront Center
  • Location: Belgrade, Serbia


Marina House in Aarhus, Denmark by CEBRA Architect

Friday, June 24th, 2011

Article source: CEBRA

Marina House is CEBRA´s third building under construction at the Aarhus Harbour – besides this TK2 and The Isbjerget will be built. Marina House contains 45 apartments for young people adding up to some 2.700 m2. The units are arranged around a central stair with access to dwellings from every landing. The idea of these split levels are graphically emphasized through colored façade bands and shifted balconies locking into each other.

South View

  • Architects: CEBRA
  • Project: Marina House
  • Location: Grethe Løchtes Gade, Århus, DK
  • Client: Sjælsø Gruppen A/S
  • Year: 2011 – Under Construction
  • Surface Area: 29.000 sq.ft


Young Workers Residence in Paris, France by aasb_agence d’architecture suzelbrout

Friday, June 24th, 2011

Article source: aasb_agence d’architecture suzelbrout

This project deals with the extension and the restructuration of a young workers residence, a 10-levels building made of a concrete structure with overhangs every 2.50m and built in a brutal way in the 1970s on the Fondation Eugene Napoleon domain, a group of Heritage buildings.

Aerial View

  • ARCHITECT: aasb_agence d’architecture suzelbrout – Suzel Brout, Leslie Mandalka
  • NAME OF PROJECT: Young Workers Residence
  • LOCATION: Paris, France
  • PROGRAM: 141 student apartments + common spaces, renovation and extension
  • COST: €11.2 M (without taxes)
  • SURFACE: 3751m² (1756m² + 1995m² new part) + 983m² garden
  • Photographs: Frédéric Delangle, Hervé Abbadie


Can Tòfol i n’Aina in Montuïri, Spain by TEd’A arquitectes

Friday, June 24th, 2011

Article source: TEd’A arquitectes

It was a very narrow and long plot. There was an existing construction with very small rooms without natural light. We had very long medians and very narrow façades at either end.

Roof (Image Courtesy TEd’A arquitectes)

  • Architects: TEd’A arquitectes
  • Project: Can Tòfol i n’Aina
  • Location: Santa Catalina Tomàs, 20. Montuïri. Mallorca
  • Promoter: Tòfol Andreu and Aina Benítez
  • Photographs: TEd’A arquitectes
  • Design: 2007
  • Construction: 2008-2010


Serlachius Museum Gosta Extension in Mänttä, Finland by Kubota & Bachmann Architects

Friday, June 24th, 2011

Article source: Kubota & Bachmann Architects

Joenniemi Manor Renaissance

The Joenniemi Manor was built in 1935 by the architect Jarl Eklund. The floor plan and design of the building point to the clear influence of Functionalism and English country house architecture.The park and formal garden featuring geometric landscape elements are designed by Paul Olsson in the same year. At that time, this style of landscape was unique in the Mänttä village community. The Joenniemi Manor and its garden are symbols of the architecture in the early 20th century and express the cultural awareness in Finland’s rural surroundings.

Elevations views

  • Architect: Kubota & Bachmann Architects
  • Name of Project: Serlachius Museum Gosta Extension
  • Location: Mänttä, Finland
  • Software used: Rhino, 3dsmax (v-ray), Vue D’esprit


Rongsheng in Shanghai, China by HYA/MYS and Shanghai Archi-Union

Friday, June 24th, 2011

Article source: HYA/MYS & Shanghai Archi-Union

Containing 2.8 million square meters of office, hotel, retail, and conference center facilities, the Rongsheng project will contain a city within a city. The mixed-use complex consists of two towers, for office and hotel functions, and a retail/entertainment podium. The towers are sculpted with a combination of concave and convex geometries that taper to give the towers a distinct profile. The curtain wall cladding strategy consists of a series of repetitive unitized curtain wall panels that appear to fade from the bottom to the top.

Tower view

  • Architects: HYA/MYS and Shanghai Archi-Union
  • Project: Rongsheng
  • Location: Shanghai, China


Port Phillip Estate Winery in Red Hill, Victoria by Wood Marsh Architecture

Friday, June 24th, 2011

Article source: Wood Marsh Architecture

Port Phillip Estate Winery sits on a spectacular, undulating site overlooking picturesque vineyards, Westernport bay and Bass Strait. Sited atop a ridge, the building unfurls across site, spiralling out of the ground and slowly rising to form the eastern wall of the structure. This abstract, sculptural form conceals much of the mass and various programme within the building, presenting a bold and simple gesture toward the road.

Port Phillip Estate Winery


+ Pool in New York City, NY by Family and PlayLab in collaboration with Arup

Friday, June 24th, 2011

Article source: Family and PlayLab in collaboration with Arup


+ Pool is the collaborative initiative of design studios Family and PlayLab to build a floating pool for everyone in the rivers of New York City.  The project was launched with the ambition to improve the use of the city’s natural resources by providing a clean and safe way for the public to swim in New York’s waters. As both a public amenity and an ecological prototype, + Pool is a small but exciting precedent for environmental urbanism in the 21st Century.

+ Pool

  • Architect: Family and PlayLab in collaboration with Arup
  • Name of Project: + Pool
  • Location: New York City, NY


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