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A house with a Alley in Fukushima, Japan by Takuya Tsuchida

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

Article source: Takuya Tsuchida

The site is in a forest surrounded by trees, in the back of the site is that parents have housing.  There, it was his son build a house.  The aim of privacy and good communication with parents and son family.  First, it the floated in the air in the building to maintain the existing garden.  Building floating in the air is divided into two wings off, placed in the center of the green alleys.  The center array, incorporating the natural curves of the surrounding forest, is linked to my parents house.

Image Courtesy Torimura Koichi

  • Architects: Takuya Tsuchida
  • Project: A house with a Alley
  • Location: Fukushima, Japan
  • Structural design: frameworks _ Akimoto Megumi
  • Photographer:Torimura Koichi
  • Design period:2008.05 – 2008.12
  • Construction period:2009.04 – 2009.09
  • Site area:365.88
  • Building area:198.25
  • Floor Area:340.67


Parking garage Meksiko in Ljubljana, Slovenia by Darko Lečnik

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

Article source: Darko Lečnik

The parking garage is located at the University Medical Centre in Ljubljana. The project was commissioned by a company that builds residential and commercial buildings in Slovenia and prepares sites for the Hofer commercial network. A condition of the investor was that a classic HOFER supermarket had to be located on the ground floor in the standard form and dimensions of Hofer shops throughout Europe. The task was a very difficult one for designers, since the structural grid used in HOFER shops do not correspond to the grid required for the rational design of a parking garage.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Miran Kambič)
  • Architect: Darko Lečnik
  • Name of Project: Parking garage Meksiko
  • Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Client: Kranjska investicijska družba
  • Photographs: Miran Kambič


DomoLab by Encore Heureux Architectes

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

Article source: Encore Heureux Architectes

The idea of  the DomoLab emerged in 2007, following the first Batimat trade fair where eleven companies of the Saint-Gobain group were together on the same stand. It springs from a shared wish of the marketing and research department : to use the diversity of skills and the jobs complementarity in order to create a permanent dynamics of innovation for the Group’s


  • Architects: Encore Heureux Architectes
  • Project: DomoLab
  • Client : SAINT GOBAIN Recherche
  • Team : Gabriel Marly, Pauline Lavagne d’Ortigue, Jean-Marie Thouvenin, Maurice Manceau, Jean-Paul Straetmans
  • Client assistant : AURIS
  • Julien Choppin and Nicola Delon, Project leader : Agathe Chiron
  • Economy – OPC : STUDIO AMIEL – Pierre Amiel, Alain Goujon
  • Acoustic study : ORYTHIE
  • Structure study : ERIBOIS
  • Plumbing and Air treatment study : SECATH


Tiered Lodge in Nasu Kogen, Japan by Naoi Architecture & Design Office

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

Article source: Naoi Architecture & Design Office

For this project, we were commissioned to build a second home for a husband-and-wife couple and their young son. The client requested a simple space that would allow him to take a step back from the daily demands of his busy schedule and help to rejuvenate his body and mind.

Exterior View


‘M’ Building in Rue Rebière, Paris by Stéphane Maupin & Nicolas Hugon

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

Article source: Stéphane Maupin & Nicolas Hugon

The project takes place in the north of Paris, in Pierre Rebiere Street, a 600 meters long and 25 meters wide straight line. It is surrounded by the Batignoles’ cemetery on one side and by the back entrance of the international high school Honoré de Balzac on the other. The transformation of this narrow abandoned street allows the establishment of whole string of new buildings.

Image Courtesy Cecile Septet

  • Architects: Stéphane Maupin & Nicolas Hugon
  • Project: ‘M’ Building
  • Location: Rue Rebière, Paris
  • Client: Paris habitat
  • Project manager: Nicolas Hugon
  • Engineers: DVVD, Fabrice bougon
  • Surface: 1800 m²
  • Budget: 2 500 000 euros
  • Project end date: January 2012
  • Photographer: Cecile Septet


Serrana House in Nova Lima, Brazil by João Diniz Arquitetura

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

Article source: João Diniz Arquitetura

The site is forest in steep slope,Trees downward to the river.The house almost flies away, like branches and leaves.The street access is a bridge Anchoring and connecting the six porticos which Disposed along the contour lines Structure the pavilion as if a steel stilt house.Internal inter-levels are in succession,Around the vertical axis of the central stairway.Observatory rooms are projected in the air.Over the transparent room is the terrace Continuity built from the landscape A suspended yard embracing the nature.

Casa Serrana - Images Courtesy Marcílio Gazzinelli

  • Architet: João Diniz Arquitetura
  • Name of Project: Serrana House
  • Location: Estancia Serrana, Nova Lima, Brazil
  • Completion: 2000 – 2001
  • Site area: 100300 m2
  • Photos: Marcílio Gazzinelli
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Celio Apartment in Rome, Italy by Carola Vannini Architecture

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

Article source: Carola Vannini Architecture

apartment, located close to the Colosseo area, has been reorganized through a complete and detailed design project.  The client’s main need of opening the space toward the outside landscape, generated a design characterized by light and airy rooms.  Several windows have been reopened and the interior distribution has been changed in order to create multiple perspectives.  The main space of the day area is the kitchen volume, which relates directly to both the entrance and the living room.It is designed as an isolated volume, separated from ceiling and floor with continuous LED lights. Two white sliding-glass doors allow the kitchen to be open or closed, depending on the user’s needs.

Image Courtesy Stefano Pedretti

  • Architects: Carola Vannini Architecture
  • Project: Celio Apartment
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Client: private
  • Budget: €250.000
  • Surface: 240mq(interior space) + 20mq (exterior space)
  • Photographer: Stefano Pedretti


Rufo House in Toledo, Spain by Alberto Campo Baeza

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

Article source: Alberto Campo Baeza

The brief was to build a house on a hilltop outside of the city of Toledo. The hill faces southwest and offers interesting views of the distant horizon, reaching the Gredos Mountains to the northeast.

The site measures 60 x 40 m and has a 10-meter slope. At the highest point, we established a longitudinal podium, 6 meters wide and 3 meters high, that extends from side to side the entire length of the site. All of the house’s functions are developed inside of this long box, the length of concrete creating a long horizontal platform up high, as if it were a jetty that underlines the landscape with tremendous force.

Images Courtesy Javier Callejas
  • Architect: Alberto Campo Baeza
  • Name of Project: Rufo House
  • Location: Toledo, Spain
  • Photographer: Javier Callejas


Scenography, exhibition design for TENT in Rotterdam, The Netherlands by OOZE

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

Article source: OOZE


TENT presents the 8th edition of the TENT Academy Awards, a national competition between young audiovisual artists. The selection consists of the best final exam videos, films, shorts, and animations from all the Dutch art academies in 2007.

This year for the first time, the Awards include an exhibition in TENT, where the 2007 selection is presented alongside previous editions of the competition.

Images Courtesy Ximena Davalos

  • NAME OF PROJECT: Scenography, exhibition design for TENT
  • LOCATION: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • AWARDS: Tent Academy Award 2007
  • PHOTOGRAPHY: Ximena Davalos


Billboard House in Bangkok, Thailand by Apostrophy’s

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

Article source: Apostrophy’s

The “House Prototype” Design competition for “Baan Lae Saun Fair 2011” host by Baanlaesaun Magazine, For this year Apostrophys the synthesis server Co.,Ltd., Thai multi-disciplinary design firm presented “Billboard house” the integration of O.D.M. (Outdoor Media) , the representative of “Capitalism” and “House” the basic need of human being. Billboard house inspired form the progression of the capitalism that contributes higher competition on advertising media especially O.D.M (Outdoor Media) which are located around the big cities separately. Sometimes their huge structure causes the visual pollution or harms the neighbor accidentally. However they are still be used in advertising industrial because of several advantages as following.

Billboard House

  • Architects: Apostrophy’s
  • Project: Billboard House
  • Location: Bangkok, Thailand
  • Architect Design: Pantavit Lawaroungchok


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