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Home 06 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands by i29 l interior architects

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Article source: i29 interior architects

This residence at the Singel, Amsterdam (NL) exists from one open space where several functions have been put into freestanding objects. The kitchen and wardrobe are placed near the entrance and combined into one single volume.

Wash basin (Images Courtesy i29 l interior architects)

  • Architect: i29 l interior architects
  • Name of Project: Home 06
  • Location: Singel, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
  • Client: private
  • Area: 140 m2
  • Photos: i29 l interior architects


Broken House near Katowice, Poland by KWKpromes

Monday, June 27th, 2011

Article source: KWK Promes arch. Robert Konieczny

The building is located on the outskirts of Katowice, near a forest, on land deteriorated by 4th category mining damage, where tectonic faults are a possibility.

How a House may Balance on Sinking Ground



Architects: KWK Promes arch. Robert Konieczny
Client: Private
Structural Engineering: Jaroslaw Kamiński
Site Area: 3500 Square Meters
Usable Floor Area: 330 Square Meters
Volume: 1036 Cubic Meters
Design: 2000
Construction: 2001-02


O’ Mighty Green by Beatriz Ramo

Monday, June 27th, 2011

Article Source: Beatriz Ramo
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© STAR strategies + Architecture, 2011

Sustainability currently shares many qualities with God; supreme concept, omnipotent, omnipresent, and omniscient; creator and judge, protector, and (…) saviour of the universe and the humanity. And, like God, it has millions of believers. Since weWwW humans are relatively simpleminded and suspicious and need evidence before belief can become conviction, Green has come to represent sustainability; has become its incarnation in the human world. But sustainability, like God, might not have a form, nor a colour…


Eco-Pantheon, Rome 126AD


Mixed Use Community Landscape in UAE by Klingmann

Monday, June 27th, 2011

This development is designed as a healthy, eco-friendly green environment with tree- lined streets, shaded public spaces, and cooling water features away from noise and traffic pollution.

Living Al Kifaf Promenade


  • Architect: Klingmann
  • Project Name: Mixed Use Community Landscape
  • Location: United Arab Emigrates
  • Project Scope: Recreational Landscaping
  • Project Type: Sustainable Mixed-use Community
  • Project Area: 734,708 square meters
  • Project team: Klingmann – Anna Klingmann, Onyoo An, Harrison Blair, Clifford Brown, Lisa Chu, Eduardo Benamor Duarte, Lisa Kim, Manuela Koekle, Matthew Lipaurlo, Lingxue Liu, Pobert Mancinelli, Gigi Mander, Steven Petrides, Maurizio Serena, Sunhwa Son, AIA, Joaquin Sterns, Tecla Tangorra, Peter Wood
  • Completion Year: 2012
  • Client: Confidential
  • Software used: 3DSMAX


Pyrenees Golf Club Social Centre in Girona, Spain by MiAS ARCHITECTS

Monday, June 27th, 2011

Article source: MiAS ARCHITECTS

The building doesn’t make head to the topography, but interprets it has a possibility of integration in the landscape. It belongs to the site thanks to the use of materials and construction techniques, thanks to camouflage and topography.

Aerial View (Images Courtesy Toni Cumella)

  • Architect: Josep Miàs – MiAS ARCHITECTS
  • Project name: Pyrenees Golf Club Social Centre
  • Location: Fontanals de Cerdanya, Girona, Spain
  • Type: sport facility
  • Project team: Marta Cases, Joan Poca, Orlando Melo, Horacio Arias, Marco Chirdel, Alejandra Vázquez, Thomas Stellmach, Inés Moreira, José Ulloa, Solange Delanais, Julie Nicaise, Lara Lupi
  • Photographer: Adrià Goula, Toni Cumella


The Bridge Homeless Assistance Center in Dallas, Texas by Overland Partners

Monday, June 27th, 2011

Article source: Overland Partners

The Bridge Homeless Assistance Center was conceived to engage and regenerate our most disenfranchised members of the community and improve the social equity of the City of Dallas.  The result is a campus with buildings arranged around a series of landscaped courtyards that are designed to promote a sense of safety, a place where personal connections can be made and relationships developed.  The Bridge is the largest homeless shelter to receive LEED Silver certification.

Night View

  • Architect: Overland Partners
  • Name of Project: The Bridge Homeless Assistance Center
  • Location: Dallas, Texas
  • Area: 75,000 SF
  • Awards: AIA National HUD/Secretary Award (2009), AIA National Housing Award (2009), American Architecture Award by Chicago Athenaeum (2009), Celebrating Leadership in Development Excellence (CLIDE) Award for Special Development (2009), Excellence in Design Awards, Environmental Design + Construction Magazine (2009), Divine Detail Award for Art Glass by AIA San Antonio (2008), Dallas’ Topping Out First Place Award (2010), (Re)Branding Homelessness Best Architectural Entry (2010)


Collective and individual housing in Mouvaux, France by LAN architecture

Sunday, June 26th, 2011

Article source: LAN architecture

New constructions’ urbanization potential and their capacity to integrate the history and the morphology of the city hosting them constitute the major challenge for new built-up areas.

Model 01

  • ARCHITECT: LAN architecture
  • NAME OF PROJECT: collective and individual housing
  • LOCATION: ZAC centre ville de, Mouvaux, France
  • PROJECT: Construction of 117 housing units (84 social housing units and 33 private housing units) and retails
  • CLIENT: Nacarat – Groupe G.H.I. – Notre Logis
  • BUILT UP AREA: 13 000 m²
  • COST: 12,1 M €
  • TIME TABLE: 2009 – 2013
  • TEAM: LAN Architecture (lead architect), Batiserf Ingénierie (structure), Michel Forgue (quantity surveyor), LBE (fluids)


Rolex Learning Center in Lausanne, Switzerland by SANAA

Saturday, June 25th, 2011

Article source: SANAA

Built on the campus of Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), The Rolex Learn-ing Center functions as a laboratory for learning, a library and an international cultural hub for EPFL, open to both students and the public. Spread over one single fluid space of 20,000 sq meters, it provides a seamless network of services, libraries, information gathering, social spaces, spaces to study, restaurants, cafes and beautiful outdoor spaces. It is a highly inno-vative building, with gentle slopes and terraces, undulating around a series of internal „patios‟, with almost invisible supports for its complex curving roof, which required completely new me-thods of construction. The building opened this year to the students and public on the 22nd of February and was inaugurated on May 27th, 2010.

Rolex Learning Center / EPFL SANAA ©Hisao Suzuki

  • Architect: Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa / SANAA
  • Project: Rolex Learning Center
  • Location: EPFL 1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Competition: 2004
  • Construction: 2007 – 2009
  • Opening: February 22, 2010


Barceloneta in Spain by MiAS ARQUITECTES

Saturday, June 25th, 2011

Article source: MiAS ARQUITECTES

The Market in a Neighbourhood called l’Òstia

When I was a student at the Barcelona School of Architecture (ETSAB), Barceloneta was the subject of much conversation. Restaurants on the beach which later disappeared… narrow streets, cramped flats, the clothes hanging out on the balconies, the shops, the artisans’ workshops… and its people, who talked, and still talk, fast and loud.

Model (Images Courtesy Adrià Goula)

  • Architect: MiAS ARQUITECTES
  • Name of Project: Barceloneta
  • Location: Barcelona, Spain
  • Promoting: Barcelona City Hall, Municipal Markets Institute of Barcelona IMMB
  • Project team: MiAS ARQUITECTES – Barbara Fachada, Marta Cases, Emiliano Armani, Orlando Melo, Horacio Arias, Raul Castaño, Luis Carballeda, Carlota Martinez, Xavier Ribera, Neus Caylà, Angélica Fernández, Sonia Maia, Hélène Silvy-Leligois, Lara Lupi, Angélica Riquelme
  • Partners: Mònica Vila, Ana Moretti and José Miñarro, architects
  • Structure consulting: BOMA _Brufau, Obiol, Moya y Asociados, Josep Ramon Solé, architect
  • Photographs: © Adrià Goula
  • Images: © MiAS Arquitectes


Azienda Elettrica Ticinese Headquarters in Monte Carasso, Switzerland by Dario Franchini

Saturday, June 25th, 2011

Article source: DF


The competition had the goal to create a new representative building for AET, architecturally avant-garde and sustainable, analyzing the future need of the urban area. The project foresaw in two phases: the first with a 3 floors administrative building of 2’000 sqm and a second with a tower of 15’000 cubic meter.

Side View (Images Courtesy Dario Franchini)


  • Architect: DF – Dario Franchini
  • Name of Project: Azienda Elettrica Ticinese Headquarters
  • Location: Monte Carasso, Switzerland
  • Client: Azienda Elettrica Ticinese
  • Project Year: 2011
  • Site Area: 28’750 sqm
  • Project Area: 2’000 sqm
  • Cost: 14’000’000 $


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