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Wine Restaurant PaCatar in Seville, Spain by Donaire Arquitectos

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

Article source: Donaire Arquitectos

Interior design restoration in a space located in the city center of Seville into a Restaurant themed around the world of wine. The main aim was to create a space where to integrate the tradition of wine culture and modern cuisine.

Image Courtesy Fernando Alda

  • Architects: Donaire Arquitectos
  • Project: Wine Restaurant PaCatar
  • Location: Seville, Spain
  • Client: Private
  • Project Area: 130,00 m²
  • Architects Authors: Juan Pedro Donaire (DONAIRE ARQUITECTOS)
  • Photographs: Fernando Alda
  • Architect Team: Carlos Iglesias, Ignacio Núñez Bootello, Jesús Núñez, Bootello, Delia Pacheco Donaire, Pablo Baruc García Gómez


‘La Fabrique Sonore’ Exhibition in Reims, France by Hyoung-Gul Kook, Ali Momeni and Robin Meier

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

Article source: Hyoung-Gul Kook, Ali Momeni and Robin Meier

The fold, as a multi-layered metaphor for the relationship between mind and matter, inspires plis/replis. The installation is made up of a highly geometric, folded and suspended structure that amplifies the experiences and metaphors of champagne. The primary structure, a 10 x 10 x 12m cone suspended in a pyramid, underground cave (a “crayères”) – one of the largest crayères of Vranken-Pommery’s 18km long underground system of corridors and caves dating back to Roman times.  This architectural augmentation of the space also serves as a functional loud speaker.  A glass platform suspended at the focal point within the cone holds a vessel filled with champagne. Using the actual sounds of effervescence picked up by a special microphone immersed in the champagne vessel, a real-time analysis/synthesis audio system creates a continually evolving sound environment, diffused downward from above.

Image Courtesy Hyoung-Gul Kook, Ali Momeni and Robin Meier

  • Architects: Hyoung-Gul Kook, Ali Momeni and Robin Meier
  • Project: ‘La Fabrique Sonore’ Exhibition
  • Location: Reims, France
  • Curated by: Claire Staebler and Charles Carcopino for Vranken Pommery Monopole, Reims, France


Transit Oriented City in Dongtan, South Korea by Ojanen Chiou Architects

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

Article source: Ojanen Chiou Architects

Designed by SWA Group with Ojanen Chiou Architects LLP, the 157 hectare Dongtan Central Business Master Plan is at the heart of Dongtan City: a new urban center located just 30 km south of Seoul in South Korea.  The development zone is situated on a former agricultural plain that had been taken over by various industrial uses.  Bounded by a river to the west and mountainous terrain to the east, this zone is bisected by a major transportation corridor connecting Seoul with the southern reaches of the country.  At the core of the development is a transit center that will accommodate high-speed and metropolitan rail stations connecting with a bi-modal (bus + tram) transit system, and long-distance and city buses, establishing Dongtan City as a major regional transit hub.

Transit Oriented City

  • Architects: Ojanen Chiou Architects LLP (OCA)
  • Project: Transit Oriented City – Dongtan Central Business Master Plan
  • Location: Dongtan, South Korea
  • Client: Heerim Group
  • Landscape/ Master Planner: SWA Group
  • Project area: 157 Hectares
  • Software used: AutoCAD, Sketchup, Adobe Creative Suite and 3Ds Max


PLUS in Shizuoka, Japan by Mount Fuji Architects Studio

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

Article source: Masahiro Harada + MAO / MOUNT FUJI ARCHITECTS STUDIO

The site locates on mountainside of Izu-san, where Pacific Ocean can be looked down on the south. The untouched wilderness, covered with deciduous broad-leaved trees such as cherry trees and Japanese oaks, gives little level ground. But we saw faint glimmer of architectural possibility along the ridge. The architecture would be used as villa for weekends.

Front View (Images Courtesy Ken'ichi Suzuki)

  • Architect: Masahiro Harada + MAO / MOUNT FUJI ARCHITECTS STUDIO
  • Title: PLUS
  • Location: Shizuoka, Japan
  • Function: Villa + Petit hotel
  • Site area: 988.58m2
  • Building area: 232.77m2
  • Total floor area: 380.44m2
  • Number of stories: 2 story + 1 basement
  • Structural system: Reinforced Concrete


Housing Hatert in Nijmegen, The Netherlands by 24H architecture

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

Article source: 24H architecture

In the area Hatert, on the edge of the city of Nijmegen, the housing corporations Portaal and Talis organize a great renewal operation. Most of the current housing does not comply with contemporary standards or needs a substantial make over.
For this operation the city of Nijmegen worked in cooperation with the office of Khandekar towards a masterplan in which most of the present houses are renovated or renewed. Besides this upgrading, the open areas in the neighbourhood will be filled with several new housing projects.

Image Courtesy Boris Zeisser

  • Architects: 24H architecture
  • Project: Housing Hatert
  • Location: Nijmegen, The Netherlands
  • Client: Portaal Nijmegen
  • Construction: Adams
  • Installation: Uticon Installatieadvies
  • Contractor: Giesbers-Wijchen Bouw BV
  • Programm: 72 appartments, health center


Boston University Student Housing in Sydney, Australia by Tony Owen Partners

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

Article source: Tony Owen Partners

Environmentally cutting edge Boston University Student Housing opens in UTS architecture strip – Tony Owen Partners

Following the release of the new plans for the UTS Business Schiool by architect Frank Ghery, a new architectural environmental showpiece will be completed this week in the precinct. This week sees the opening of the new student housing building for Boston University in Regent Street. Designed by Tony Owen Partners in association with Silvester Fuller architects the new facility provides 164 student accommodation rooms for the US based education institution.


Night View

  • Architect: Tony Owen Partners
  • Name of Project: Boston University Student Housing
  • Location: Sydney, Australia
  • Software used: Autocad, 3-Dstudio, Maya and Rhino.


D/OCEAN in Yeosu, Korea by Y Design Office

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

Article source: Y Design Office


The two silos at the expo site are standing at an outstanding location- situated between the ocean and the mountain- and also surrounded by two large public plazas. It is critical to redesign the current silos with foundational understanding for the importance of its current location. Since the silos stand at a focal point in viewing the ocean (from Silo A) and the mountains (from Silo B), this connection to its surrounding nature must be kept intact even when advances are made to its current design. Our design exploits the territory between the natural and the digital. The two silos will become an interesting destination where the world between nature and technology becomes strangely ambiguous without subtracting the original element in each.


  • Architects: Y Design Office
  • Project: D/OCEAN
  • Location: Yeosu, Korea
  • Credit: Tony Yam, Howard Jiho Kim


National Music Museum in Vermillion, South Dakota by Schwartz/Silver Architects

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

Article source: Schwartz/Silver Architects

Founded in 1973 on the campus of The University of South Dakota in Vermillion, the National Music Museum & Center for Study of the History of Musical Instruments is one of the great institutions of its kind in the world. Its collections, which include more than 15,000 American, European, and non-Western instruments from virtually all cultures and historical periods, are the most inclusive anywhere.


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Fünf Häuser in Rapperswil, Switzerland by TIP

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

Article source: TIP

While walking through the Swiss suburban landscape, one would typically encounter a rather low-density mix of residential pavilions, four storey ho

uses, classical villas, camping areas and Swiss-style „high-rise“ buildings. The neighbourhoods of today’s urban fabric are neither dense nor really green, but rather the diverse typologies that compose them demonstrate how different these housing types react to their outside spaces, to their surrounding views and to the materials used. Unfortunately, this typological reflection often stops at the boundaries of each individual plot, ignoring the wider urban context.

The urban situation (Image Courtesy Walter Mair)

  • Architects: TIP
  • Project: Fünf Häuser
  • Location: Rapperswil, Switzerland


BC House in Monterrey, Mexico by GLR Arquitectos

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

Article source: GLR Arquitectos

Our project is in a privileged topographic situation, due to its visual condition of greater height in relation to the surrounding neighbors. This allows the house to enjoy excellent vistas towards the National Park of Chipinque in the south, as well as towards all of the east, which is dominated in the horizon by the \”Cerro de la Silla\”, an emblematic hill in the boundaries of the city of Monterrey.

Night View

  • Architect: GLR Arquitectos
  • Name of Project: BC House
  • Location: Monterrey, NL, Mexico
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Revit


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