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House in Fukuyama, Japan by Suppose design office

Saturday, June 4th, 2011

Article source: Suppose design office

The house in Fukuyama is standing at rising of a brae. where it has a panoramic view of Fukuyama city. The client wanted their house to open to the great view of the city, and on the same time, to close from surroundings for privacy.  For the two opposite requests, we designed the house considering a form of the site and its material use. Because the site was placed at lower level of a street, all rooms were put at the level to block neighbors eyes, and at the opposite side, it is fully open to the Fukuyama city.

Night View

  • Architect: Suppose design office
  • Name of Project: House in Fukuyama
  • Location: Fukuyama, Japan
  • Software used: CAD – Vector works, AutoCAD; CG – lightwave, sketchup, Vray; Other : Photoshop, Illustrator


The Spiraling Library – the national library extension in Hofburg, Austria by Prechteck

Saturday, June 4th, 2011

Article source: Prechteck

Prechteck’s design for the extension of the national library of Austria located at the Hofburg in Vienna contains a number of cultural facilities including a 1200sqm underground core exhibition hall, a smaller 600sqm multifunctional hall, creative studios, a restaurant and shops.

Interior View

  • Architect: Prechteck
  • Name of Project: The Spiraling Library – the national library extension
  • Location: Hofburg, Vienna, Austria


East Beach Café in Littlehampton, UK by Heatherwick Studio

Saturday, June 4th, 2011

Article source: Heatherwick Studio

Heatherwick Studio was commissioned to design a new café building, capable of seating 60 people; to replace a seafront ice cream kiosk in Littlehampton, a traditional seaside town on England’s south coast. Exposed to weather and vandalism, the narrow site sits between the sea and a parade of houses. The studio saw its challenge as being to produce a long, thin building without flat, two-dimensional façades. The building is sliced diagonally into ribbons which wrap up and over the building, forming a layered protective shell, open to the sea in front.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Andy Stagg)

  • Architect: Heatherwick Studio
  • Name of Project: East Beach Café
  • Location: Littlehampton, West Sussex, UK
  • Function: Café, kiosk, and restaurant
  • Building Area: 280m²
  • Building Dimensions: H x 5m, L x 40m, W x 7m
  • Total Floor Area: 205m²
  • Photographer: Andy Stagg


Ruta del Peregrino in Jalisco, Mexico by HHF Architects

Saturday, June 4th, 2011

Article source: HHF Architects

Ruta del Peregrino is a religious phenomenon centred and moved by the adoration to the virgin of talpa. La Ruta del Peregrino (Pilgrim’s Route) stretches out on a distance of 117 kilometers. Approximately two million people participate each year in this religious phenomenon coming from different states of México to walk through the mountain range of Jalisco, starting in the town of Ameca, ascending to el Cerro del Obispo at an altitude of 2000 meters above sea level, crossing the peak of Espinazo del Diablo to descend to it’s final destination in the town of Talpa de Allende to meet with the Virgin of Talpa as an act of devotion, faith and gratitude.

Ruta Peregrino

  • Architects: HHF Architects
  • Project: Ruta del Peregrino (Route of Pilgrim)
  • Location: From Ameca to Talpa de Allende, Jalisco, Mexico
  • Program: Masterplan of Route of Pilgrim


Bungalove by Studio 63 Architecture + Design in collaboration with ED Contract

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

Article source: Studio 63 Architecture + Design


Bungalove, project designed by Studio 63 Architecture + Design in collaboration with ED Contract.

New needs, new ideas or the rediscovery of old habits, bring us to radically rethink the concept of hospitality. An evolution of the concept, which is no longer tied to an aesthetic value of the space where everything has been done, but to the environment where the space is immersed. The future of hospitality, is to have the opportunity to enjoy wild places that are not accessible to “classic” tourist accommodation. A nomadic room that wanders without leaving any marks; “green” because it respects the host environment.

Interior View (Images Courtesy Prospettive Srl)

  • Architect: Studio 63 Architecture + Design in collaboration with ED Contract
  • Name of Project: Bungalove
  • System for buildings: Reag
  • Furnitures designer: Casamania
  • Office furnitures and systems: Frezza
  • Photographer: Prospettive Srl


Flag in Weinviertel, Austria by Propeller Z

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

Article source: Propeller Z

The little farmhouse in a rural village some 60 km north of Vienna is of traditional u-shaped layout: living spaces to one side, stable and barn on the other side of a small courtyard, with a covered driveway connecting the two volumes. The original structure was built on purely functional principles, with protection being the main object. Due to the sloping terrain this resulted in a partially buried structure without any relationship with the surrounding landscape.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Hertha Hurnaus)

  • Architect: Propeller Z
  • Name of Project: Flag
  • Location: 3710, Fahndorf 63 Weinviertel, Austria
  • Site: 2700m2
  • Structural engineering: Peter Bauer
  • Photography: Hertha Hurnaus


POLYP.lux in New York by SOFTlab.

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

Article source: SOFTlab.

SOFTlab produced a hanging installation for the entrance to School Nite, an exhibition of site-specific installations, performances, and discussions. The installation was curated by Nuit Blanche New York as part of Flash:Light 2011 along with the Festival of Ideas for the New City sponsored by the New Museum.

POLYP.lux (Image Courtesy Alan Tansey)

  • Architects: SOFTlab.
  • Project: POLYP.lux
  • Location: 233 Mott Street New York
  • Materials: Mylar, Acrylic, LEDs, Conductive Thread, Lithium Batteries
  • Area: 270 sq.ft.


Almonte Theatre in Huelva, Spain by Donaire Arquitectos

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

Article source: Donaire Arquitectos

The building is located on the site of an old winery. It has the challenge of integrate the existing old buildings, declared as cultural interest, and being part of a cultural complex of a total of three buildings and a common space. This space turns into the main place of the town and an important meeting area.

Front View (Image Courtesy Javier )

  • Architects: Juan Pedro Donaire Barbero
  • Project: Almonte Theatre
  • Location: Antonio Machado de Almonte, Huelva, Spain
  • Engineering: Javier Drake Canela, Guillermo Márquez Villanueva, Alfonso Buiza Camacho
  • Architect Team: Jesús Núñez Bootello, Carmela Domínguez Asencio, Tibisay Cañas Fuentes, David Rapado Moreno, Ignacio Núñez Bootello, Beatriz Hacar Hernández, Celine Nelke, Delia Pacheco Donaire, Pablo Baruc García Gómez


USJ Campus de L’Innovation et du Sport in Beirut, Lebanon by 109 architectes

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

Article source: 109 architectes

This new campus takes a contextual approach, integrating physically, culturally, and historically with Beirut’s urban tissue.  Conceptually an urban block with sculpted voids, the building’s hollow spaces define six autonomous blocks and construct multiple viewpoints across Beirut, connecting students to their dynamic setting.  The voids also generate a street-level meeting space, which flows fluidly to the top floor in the form of a massive staircase.

Rendering (Images Courtesy Patrick Helou)

  • Architect: 109 architectes
  • Project: USJ Campus de L’Innovation et du Sport
  • Location: Beirut, Lebanon
  • Client: USJ – Université Saint-Joseph
  • Built-Up Area: 57,000 m2
  • Budget: $33,000,000
  • Photos: 109 architectes
  • Renders: Patrick Helou


The POD Exhibition Hall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia by Studio Nicoletti Associati

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

Article source: Studio Nicoletti Associati

In the area of Petaling Jaya, west of Kuala Lumpur, a great urban development is under way for the establishment of a new urban centre. As a landmark for this area, the Developer wanted to host his on-site offices and sale’s showroom in an iconic pavilion that would reflect the spirit and the architectural style of the whole development.

Night View (Image Courtesy H. Lim Ho)

  • Architects: Studio Nicoletti Associati
  • Project: The POD Exhibition Hall
  • Location: Petaling Jaya – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Architect Design: Luca F. Nicoletti, Serina Hijjas


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