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Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2009 in London, UK by Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa / SANAA

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

Article source: Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa / SANAA


The Pavilion is floating aluminium, drifting freely between the trees like smoke. The reflective canopy undulates across the site, expanding the park and sky. Its appearance changes according to the weather, allowing it to melt into the surroundings. It works as a field of activity with no walls, allowing views to extend uninterrupted across the park and encouraging access from all sides.

Images Courtesy Iwan Baan


(TOO) MANY COLUMNS in Vienna, Austria by Stephan Sobl

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

Article source: Stephan Sobl

The epitome of a Hypostyle Hall in my project is a field of massive and fragile columns that define a variation of spatial and volumetric interiors of the terminal. Denser areas of the field create intimate spaces and become areas to rest whereas less dens areas are circulation routes and contain architectural programs.

Aerial Perspective

  • Architects: Stephan Sobl
  • Project: (TOO) MANY COLUMNS
  • Location: Vienna, Austria


Parinee I in Mumbai, India by James Law Cybertecture

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

Article source: James Law Architecture


Parinee I is a 21st century office tower designed by world renowned architect James Law of James Law Cybertecture International at the heart of Mumbai. Uniquely this dynamic 160 metre tall tower is designed to provide ultra modern office spaces for a wide range of business occupants including the creative industries of the India movie business. Not only can the building form provide different views and experience from the office space inside, the diagonal façades are installed with LED screen for film and graphic projection. Tilted at different angles, the envelope of the building is the best place to present the latest movie trailer and advertisement of products as a beacon over the skyline of Mumbai. The auditorium and restaurant at the top provide flexible spaces and facilities for the parties, events and even movie premieres. The spaces are enclosed in a futuristic and iconic form which draws inspiration from the glamorous creative world of India movies and creativity. With the completion of this iconic tower in India, the Parinee I designed by James Law, will itself will definitely become the futuristic architectural landmark in the world.

Night View


Boustrophedon Garden in Québec City, Canada by PLANT Architect

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

Article source: PLANT Architect

boustrophedon: Alternating right to left and left to right –
the pattern of oxen tilling the land, or of an ancient form of writing.

The  6.1m x 21.3m Boustrophedon Garden was one of eleven “Ephemeral Gardens” made for Québec City’s year-long 400th anniversary festival in 2008, and were on show from June 16 to September 30, 2008. Gardens were intended to reflect the major festival themes including the indigenous region and its peoples, and the French settlement of Québec. Our response was to draw ideas from Québec’s regional long-lot system – fundamental to creating the distinctive thin-striped pattern of agricultural development in the province – and Samuel de Champlain’s (the great explorer, and founder of Québec City) rigorous agricultural experimentation and recordings done to ensure the survival of the future colonizers of New France in the 17th century.

Image Courtesy Mary Tremain, Jessica Craig/PLANT

  • Architects: PLANT Architect
  • Project: Boustrophedon Garden
  • Location: Québec City, Canada
  • Structural: Blackwell Bowick Engineering
  • PLANT Team: Lisa Rapoport, Mary Tremain, Chris Pommer, Jane Hutton, Elise Shelley, Jessica Craig
  • Photography: Mary Tremain, Jessica Craig/PLANT


Office building and logistic center in Nola, Italy by modostudio

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

Article source: modostudio

The project is located in a strategic industrial area, well connected with the main highway which bring traffic from the north to the south part of Italy. The site area is highly visible from the highway, and the client requests were to create a very strong and recognazible facade.

Front View (Images Courtesy Julien Lanoo)

  • Architect: modostudio
  • Name of Project: Office building and logistic center
  • Location: Nola, Italy
  • Client: Giorgia & Johns Spa
  • Type: Private commission – Preliminary, final design, tender drawings, site supervision
  • Building area: 13.760 sqm – offices 2.260 sqm – logistics and laboratories 11.500 sqm
  • Photography: Julien Lanoo


Docks de paris in France by Jakob + MacFarlane

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

Article source: Jakob + MacFarlane

The Docks of Paris is a long, thin building built in concrete at the turn of the last century. It was a depot for goods brought up the Seine by barge, which were deposited, and then transferred to dray or train.

Image Courtesy Nicolas Borel

  • Architects: Jakob + MacFarlane
  • Project: Docks de paris
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Photographer: Nicolas Borel
  • Software used: Autocad & Rhino


House of Seven Gardens in Gunma, Japan by Ikimono Architects

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

Article source: Takashi Fujino / Ikimono Architects

It is a house where three small boys live with young Mr. and Mrs..

They pursued a protected house of the privacy in the large vacant land of the downtown, so we suggested the house with an inner court of the one-storied house. The domain surrounded in a wall is divided in the room of big things and small things 17(11:outside,6:inside). They are connected and are sharp. The house is a domain of the families and it is a personal domain with it. The building will be related how for the heap of the family.

Exterior View

  • Architect: Takashi Fujino / Ikimono Architects
  • Name of Project: House of Seven Gardens
  • Place: Gunma, Japan
  • General Contractors: Omnibus Inc.
  • Design: 2009.4 – 2010.7
  • Construction: 2010.7 – 2011.2


Artistic amenity Stadshaard in Enschede, The Netherlands by Branimir Medić & Pero Puljiz, de Architekten Cie

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

Article source: Branimir Medić & Pero Puljiz, de Architekten Cie

This power station is an instrument of education: designed to develop a sensibility for the consumption of energy and sustainable cohabitation. Combined heat and power plants are usually neutral industrial structures that are situated at some inconspicuous location. By contrast, the Stadshaard (literally the ‘city hearth’) stands at a prominent spot in Roombeek, where a neutral building would be out of place. With the Stadshaard’s dimensions (a building 10 metres high with a 40-metre chimney) it would, moreover, be impossible to realize an ‘invisible’ building that merges with the surroundings.

Overview (Images Courtesy Hugo Kaagman)

  • Architect: Branimir Medić & Pero Puljiz, de Architekten Cie
  • Name of Project: Artistic amenity Stadshaard
  • Location: Enschede, The Netherlands
  • Client: Essent Warmte, Den Bosch
  • Programme: warmtekrachtcentrale/ combined heat and power station
  • Photos: Jeroen Musch, Hugo Kaagman


Elevated Brood in United Kingdom, London by Factory Fifteen

Monday, August 1st, 2011

Article source: Factory Fifteen

The “Paper Nautilus” was the main inspiration for the aquarium. The architect imitates the way it hangs its eggs from the strongest part of its shell by my placement of exhibit displays. The elevated, shell-like structure is a brood for the display chandeliers that can be lowered independently via remote control by the visitor. The maintenance of the fish decreases the further out onto the water they are, inside the linear repetition of the chandeliers themselves, coupled with the solar lilies, the further structures become almost completely independent.

Elevated Brood

  • Architects: Factory Fifteen
  • Project: Elevated Brood
  • Location: United Kingdom, London


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