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House in Ubatuba, Brazil by SPBR Arquitetos

Friday, October 28th, 2011

Article source: SPBR Arquitetos

Ubatuba is one of the most important coastal cities in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. It is placed exactly on the Tropic of Capricorn and is very well known as one of the most raining area in Brazil. This 55m x 16m ground plot, located at the far right end of Tenório’s Beach, borders on the seashore at one side and goes up a 50% slope hill, only reaching street level at 28 meters.

Image © Nelson Kon

  • Architects: SPBR Arquitetos
  • Project: House in Ubatuba
  • Location:Ubatuba, Brazil
  • Design year: 2005 – 2006
  • Construction: 2007 – 2009
  • Principal in charge: Angelo Bucci
  • Project team: Ciro Miguel, Juliana Braga, João Paulo Meirelles de Faria, Flávia Parodi Costa,  Tatiana Ozzetti, Lucas Nobre, Nilton Suenaga


Mercedes-Benz at the IAA 2011 Frankfurt Festival Hall in Germany by Kauffmann Theilig & Partner

Friday, October 28th, 2011

Article source: Kauffmann Theilig & Partner

Frankfurt’s Festival Hall once again played host to Mercedes-Benz at the IAA International Motor Show (September 13 – 25, 2011) where the “pulse” of a new generation of automobiles was on display. The exhibition design by architectural firm Kauffmann Theilig & Partner and Frankfurt-based Atelier Markgraph was a continuation of this years running-theme: 125 years since the invention of the automobile. This is the 9th consecutive collaboration between the two.

Image Courtesy Andreas Keller, Altdorf

  • Architects: Kauffmann Theilig & Partner
  • Project: Mercedes-Benz at the IAA 2011 Frankfurt Festival Hall
  • Location: Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1, D-60327 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
  • Client: Daimler AG, Mercedes-Benz Cars BC/BP
  • Communication and media design: Atelier Markgraph, Frankfurt am Main
  • Construction: Display International Schwendinger, Würselen
  • Photography: Andreas Keller, Altdorf


Villa P in Gratz, Austria by LOVE architecture and urbanism ZT (designed using AutoCAD)

Friday, October 28th, 2011

Article source: Villa P

The site “ a relatively steep hill “ offers a stunning view over Graz. This panorama also provided the main guiding principle for the design. One additional goal was to provide direct access to the garden. Due to the very steep slope, this goal actually worked contrary to the aim of maximizing the panoramic view.

Villa P


Adequacy Of The Structures Of Archaeological Site Of The Roman City Clunia in Burgos, Spain by A3GM Arquitectos (designed using AutoCAD)

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Article source: A3GM Arquitectos

The interventions are part of the Master Plan developed by the scientific team that leads the Archaeological Site and focus on two specific elements, the covering of the mosaic of the “craterae” and the consolidation of the basement of the Temple of Jupiter.

Image Courtesy a3gm

  • Architects: A3GM Arquitectos
  • Location: Clunia, Burgos, Spain
  • Project Architects:Jesús Alba Elías, Laura García Juárez, Jesús García Vivar, Smara Gonçalves Diez, Carlos Miranda Barroso
  • Collaborators:Ignacio Martínez Fernández, arquitecto técnico/quantity surveyor
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Z5 in Aix-en-Provence, France by Christophe Gulizzi Architecte

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Article source: Christophe Gulizzi Architecte

The programme specifically concerns 5-A-Side Football, played on 7 pitches (4 outdoor and 3 indoor)
It is managed from a building covering 3000.00 m2 net floor space comprising:
Ground floor: reception, Adidas boutique, restaurant area and a social area
Basement: changing rooms,
1st floor: 1,000 m2 for fitness suites and seawater spa with 2 pools, Turkish bath and sauna.
2nd floor: management suite and sports doctor.

Image Courtesy Philippe Ruault

  • Architects: Christophe Gulizzi Architecte
  • Project: Z5
  • Location:Aix-en-Provence, France
  • Commissioned by: SCI 5ZS_Zinedine Zidane
  • Cost: 7,000,000.00 € (excl. VAT)
  • Duration of construction work: 10 months.
  • Project Manager: Christophe Gulizzi – Architect


Les Grandes Tables de L’île in Paris, France by 1024 Architecture

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Article source: 1024 Architecture

A restaurant/bar/open-air café positioned on Île Seguin in the middle of a temporary garden whilst waiting for the architect Jean Nouvel’s macro project to be implemented, Les Grandes Tables de L’ile is a place to meet, for haute cuisine and why not even parties to accompany the reconstruction of this island steeped in history. The project is an architectural hybridization between an agricultural greenhouse, a barge and a timber-frame house. Modelled after a large wood fibre box suspended in a scaffold structure from which freight containers are hanging, all encompassed beneath a transparent umbrella… An eye-catching iconoclastic assemblage with an area of 300m2 to accommodate120 covers and the cuisine of Arnaud Daguin, a chef with stars to his name.

Image Courtesy Brice Pelleschi

  • Architects: 1024 Architecture
  • Project: Les Grandes Tables de L’île
  • Location: de l’île Seguin, Paris, France
  • Client: Les Grandes Tables (Paris/Ile Seguin)
  • Team: Pierre SCHNEIDER and François WUNSCHEL (Architects) / Stéphanie GRIMARD (project monitoring)
  • Companies: SIRC (containers and construction) / PLETAC (scaffolding) / Light-Event (Electricity) / RECYCLING (interior lights) / ABAC (heating and CMV)


Woodland Park Zoo West Entry in Seattle, Washington by Weinstein A|U LLC Architects (designed using Vectorworks)

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Article source: Weinstein A|U LLC

The new Woodland Park Zoo West Entrance replaces the old north and west entrances providing amenities and services in an arrangement that allows large numbers of guests to enter the zoo quickly, while maintaining a scale intimate enough to be enjoyed by small groups or individuals.  The zoo entrance is meant to be experienced as a node along a larger path around Woodland Park. With a variety of opportunities for seating or gathering, the plaza is a civic space enjoyed by zoo patrons and the public at large.

Image Courtesy Lara Swimmer

  • Architects: Weinstein A|U LLC Architects
  • Project: Woodland Park Zoo West Entry
  • Location:Seattle, Washington
  • Design Team: Rob Kiker, Ed Weinstein, Kirsten Wild
  • Size: Project 97,909 sf; Buildings: 8274 sf
  • Project Year: 2010
  • Software used: Vectorworks 2008 for documentation and 3d modeling


Recreational family housing in Bratislava, Slovak Republic by Chybik+Kristof Associated Architects

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Article source: Chybik+Kristof Associated Architects

CHYBIK+KRISTOF ASSOCIATED ARCHITECTS designed recreational family housing near Bratislava. These houses also offer a possibility of permanent settlement. The project aims to create a residential area of high quality with direct contact with water surface. Furthermore, a considerable number of houses are located in the area of an ancient riparian forest in the riverbed of the Danube. The project’s main motto is to set up a space for a life in contact with nature, a life with a link to the original fauna and flora.

Night View

  • Project: Recreational family housing in the Danubia Park near Bratislava
  • Location: Bratislava, Slovak Republic
  • Year: 2011
  • Floor space: 1800 m2 (15×120 m2)
  • Team: Ondřej Chybík, Michal Krištof, Josef Chybík, Milan Domkář, Martin Šafář, Pavel Steuer
  • Landscape architecture: Tomáš Babka
  • Visualisation:


Bamboo Forest House in Ilan, Taiwan by Roewu Architecture

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Article source: Roewu Architecture

ROEWUarchitecture have recently completed a vacation home for an extended family in eastern Taiwan. Located in a dense urban area and confined on two sides by blank party-walls the house must gain all its light and air from the street while maintaining privacy within. It was also essential to maintain security while windows are left open for natural ventilation. The narrow and elongated plot was addressed by placing a series of solid volumes along the length of the site, allowing void spaces in between to create continuity for light and air. A bamboo screen wraps around the house creating a buffer between the street and private life within.

Image Courtesy Roewu Architecture


Villa at Amundön in Brottkärr, Gothenburg by Wingårdh Arkitektkontor (designed using AutoCAD)

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Article source: Wingårdh Arkitektkontor

In spite of its location by the sea Gothenburg has very few residences with sites by the water. This unique site therefore called for special care and treatment, and for various reasons Wingårdh has designed buildings on it on three different occasions and for three different clients. The house that has now been built is for a family consisting of two adults, two teenage daughters and a small son.

Image Courtesy Ake E son Lindman

  • Architects: Wingårdh Arkitektkontor / Gert Wingårdh, Karin Wingårdh, Lennart Gullberg, Kajsa Halldén.
  • Project: Villa at Amundön
  • Location:Brottkärr, Gothenburg
  • Project administrators: Wickenbergs Bygganalys AB.
  • Contractors: Bergman & Höök, Frillesås Mur o Puts, FP Glasmagasinet AB, Gryler Natursten.
  • Gross area: 470 sqm.
  • Built year: 2000.
  • Other consultants: K: FB Engineering AB., V: EPG Konsult, E: Per Schönbeck Elprojekt AB.
  • Software used: Autocad 14


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