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Poetry Foundation in Chicago, Illinois by John Ronan Architects

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Article source: John Ronan Architects

The Poetry Foundation is comprised of a building in dialogue with a garden created through erosion of an implied volume as described by the L-shaped property boundary. The garden interlocks with the building and is conceived as another “room,” part of the building’s slowly-unfolding spatial sequence revealed space by space, not unlike a poem is revealed line by line.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy © Steve Hall and © Hedrich Blessing)

  • Architect: John Ronan Architects
  • Name of Project: Poetry Foundation
  • Location: Chicago, Illinois
  • Owner: Poetry Foundation
  • Photo Credit: © Steve Hall and © Hedrich Blessing


Paichai University Appenzeller Memorial Hall in Daejon, South Korea by iArc Architects (designed with Rhino and AutoCAD)

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Article source: iArc Architects

The Appenzeller Memorial Hall of Paichai University is located in the most significant spot in the campus by facing to the main entrance. It represents the university along with the International Hall and Arts Hall which are known as the example of educational buildings. Many foreign universities have their churches at the center of the campus and now Paichai University became one of them by having their worship space within the campus.

Image Courtesy Youngchae Park

  • Architects: iArc Architects
  • Project: Paichai University Appenzeller Memorial Hall
  • Location: Daejon, South Korea
  • Architect Design: YooKerl+Seunghyeon Shin
  • Project team: Sunhun Kim, Umi Lee, Jingu Kim, Yeohyeon Kim, Jeongsam Kim,
  • Construction: KSBJ
  • Structure: I’st
  • Electrical: DASAN ENG
  • Project Area: 9883 m2 (Building), :214,138 m2(Site)
  • Project Year: Completed 2005
  • Materials: Reinforced Concrete, Steel curtain wall, AL sheet standing seam
  • Photographs: Youngchae Park
  • Software used: AutoCAD and Rhino


168 Social Housing in Madrid, Spain by Coco Arquitectos

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Article source: Coco Arquitectos

This project is the result of the winning 1st prize in a competition promoted by the Municipal Housing Agency in Madrid, to build 168 social dwelling. The strong sloped plot was placed in the very edge of the city.

Image Courtesy Miguel de Guzman


Chão das Giestas House in Guarda, Portugal by AVA Architects

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Article source: AVA Architects

The house evolves having the planimetry of the city (Guarda-Portugal) as a background. The place, in peripheral context, is profoundly different from the center because of the recently urbanization, the natural territory was depersonalized by the topographic changes caused by that. The existing public space is builded without an organisation that matches the topography of the place, forcing an artificial and uncharacterized lotting, Nowadays, there are different morphologies and typologies of construction.

Image Courtesy Fernando Guerra

  • Architects: Atelier Veloso Architects (AVA-Architects)
  • Project: Chão das Giestas House
  • Location: Chão das Giestas, São Miguel – Guarda, Portugal
  • Client: Dr. Alípio António Ferreira Monteiro
  • Architects Design: Carlos Jorge Coelho Veloso, Rui Filipe Coelho Veloso
  • Project Date: 2003
  • Construction: 2004-2006
  • Photography: Fernando Guerra
  • Photographic Production: Sérgio Guerra
  • Engineers: MBJ – Projectos de Engenharia Planeamento e Arquitectura, Lda.
  • General Contractor: Orestes & Gomes, Construções Lda.
  • Constructed surface: 320,00 sq m


Ruth Lilly Visitors Pavilion in Indianapolis, Indiana by Marlon Blackwell Architect

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Article source: Marlon Blackwell Architect

The Ruth Lilly Visitors Pavilion is the result of a studied relationship between building, land and art, and serves as both a threshold to and a destination within the 100 Acres Art & Nature Park at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

Night View (Images Courtesy © Timothy Hursley)

  • Architect: Marlon Blackwell Architect
  • Name of Project: Ruth Lilly Visitors Pavilion
  • Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Owner: Indianapolis Museum of Art
  • Engineer: Guy Nordenson & Associates; L’Acquis Consulting Engineers; Cripe Architects & Engineers
  • General Contractor: Geupel DeMars Hagerman
  • Landscape Design: The Landscape Studio; NINebark
  • Photo Credit: © Timothy Hursley
  • Software used: AutoCAD


The Standard in Manhattan, New York City by Ennead Architects

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Article source: Ennead Architects

Located in Manhattan’s Hudson riverfront Meatpacking District, the hotel responds to its context through contrast: sculptural piers, whose forms clearly separate the building from the orthogonal street grid, raise the building fifty-seven feet off the street, and allow the horizontally-scaled industrial landscape to pass beneath it and natural light to penetrate to the street.

Images Courtesy ©Jeff Goldberg/Esto

  • Architect: Ennead Architects
  • Name of Project: The Standard
  • Location: Manhattan, New York City
  • Owner: André Balazs Properties
  • Acoustical: Cerami & Associates
  • Engineer: DeSimone; Edwards & Zuck; H.A. Bader; Langan Engineering & Environmental Services
  • Façade: R.A. Heintges
  • Interior Design: André Balazs Properties; Shawn Hausman; Roman and Williams
  • Photo Credit: ©Alex MacLean/Landslides Aerial Photography, ©Jeff Goldberg/Esto and ©Aislinn Weidele/Ennead Architects


DC Boogie-Woogie in Washington, D.C. by Suzane Reatig Architecture

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Article source: Suzane Reatig Architecture

The tight site, located across from the Mt. Vernon Square metro, originally housed six apartments for the elderly. The not-for-profit client wanted to replace the dilapidated building with a new three-story apartment building with an elevator. Before construction began, the owner found suitable replacement housing for the elderly tenants, and decided to offer the units to all. The change in program was an opportunity for the addition of mezzanines to the upper three units.

Front elevation (Image Courtesy Alan Karchmer)

  • Architects: Suzane Reatig Architecture
  • Project: DC Boogie-Woogie
  • Location: Washington, D.C.
  • Project Type: Residential
  • Structural Engineer: Tadjer Cohen Edelson Associates
  • MEP Engineer: IT Associates IndraThakkar
  • General Contractor: McCullough Constructions
  • Photo Credits: Alan Karchmer


Skrybicus in Kiev, Ukraine by Makhno design

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Article source: Makhno design

Game without rules

The most rewarding for a designer is – to make home for himself. What you will create, there you will live. Without censorship.

Sergei Makhno had left the workshop, where he both lived and worked (see Archidea, September 2009), and with his wife Vlada, for cases exclusively creative, moved here, in his new \”Parisian\” apartment. The apartment, actually, is in Kiev – but only geographically. Light negligence with which paintings are placed – hung, a bold combination of colors, the French panels, and uncovered artistry in the pseudo-classic’s entourage – immediately evoke images of the bohemian studios of Latin Quarter. However, to break stereotypes – is Makhno style. It is time to discard all complex and simply accept – in Ukraine we can do even more interesting and brighter design. Playing with textures, materials and color in his projects, Sergei constantly breaks the rules – he can put parquetry on the walls, or make «Tetris» game on the ceiling, from ordinary fluorescent lamps.


  • Architect: Makhno design
  • Name of Project: Skrybicus
  • Location: Kiev, Ukraine


Lighthouse in Utrecht, the Netherlands by BYTR Architects

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Article source: BYTR Architects

A corner house on one of the prettiest locations along the canal is provided  with a new living layer in a metal rooftop extension. A glass wall is wrapped  with a light, perforated aluminum skin. Windows occasionally pinch through  this layer or are covered by it, providing various degrees of openness and  closeness.

Horizon view (Image Courtesy Ossip van Duivenbode)

  • Architects: BYTR Architects
  • Project: Lighthouse
  • Location: Utrecht, the Netherlands
  • Project team: Tjerk van de Wetering, Richel Lubbers, Dominique Vermeulen
  • Client: fam. Van Dieren, Utrecht
  • Design: 2006
  • Realisation: 2010
  • Photography: Ossip van Duivenbode


Grenelle Tower in Paris, France by Atelier Zündel & Cristea

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Article source: Atelier Zündel & Cristea

Paris is currently reviewing its ambitions of “greatness”. However, within a country where speed is not necessarily a condition of efficiency, and where “quality of life” is elevated to “the art of living”, a purely geographic and territorial expansion based upon the American model is unfeasible.

Grenelle Tower

  • Architects: Atelier Zündel & Cristea
  • Project: Grenelle Tower
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Client: EVOLO
  • Contractors: BET Choulet
  • Cost: 300 M€ HT
  • Surface: 168 000 m² shon
  • Project: Multiactivities skyscraper


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