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Schlossmuseum Linz in Austria by HoG Architektur ZT GmbH

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Article source: HoG Architektur ZT GmbH

In the year 1800, a devastating fire occurred in Linz during which also the Southern wing of the “Linzer castle“ fell victim to the flames. The castle on the hill between the old city and the Danube lost its city-facing wing and, therefore, its presence within the urban fabric. Since 1965, the castle has been home to the Upper Austrian national museum. The requirement for additional and large exhibition space led to the new construction of the Southern wing.

Images Courtesy Jakob Winkler

  • Architect: HoG Architektur ZT GmbH
  • Name of Project: Schlossmuseum Linz
  • Location: Linz, Austria
  • Client: LIG (Landes Immobilien GmbH Oberösterreich)
  • Photographs: Paul Ott, Peter Eder, Jakob Winkler


Akron Twin Residences in Pacific Palisades, California by Predock_Frane Architects

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Article source: Predock_Frane Architects

This project is located in the Palisades, a hilly region between the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Monica Mountains within an existing 1950’s housing development. The project consists of two twin houses sited adjacent to each other on a steep slope above a seasonal watershed. In this project we were interested in exploring the intersection of two classic California building typologies; the courtyard house and the hillside house. This intersection was then further complicated by the overlay of two unsynchronized jurisdictional height envelope parameters that very explicitly controlled the volumetric limits of the structures.


Exterior View (Images Courtesy Jason Predock)

  • ARCHITECT: Predock_Frane Architects
  • NAME OF PROJECT: Akron Twin Residences
  • LOCATION: Pacific Palisades, California
  • SIZE: Approximately 4,900 SF (455 square meters)
  • CLIENT: Richard Loring
  • IMAGES: Jason Predock


Bubble x in Mongkok, Hong Kong by Julien Hubert & Thomas van Gaver

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Article source: Julien Hubert & Thomas van Gaver

Located in the heart of mong Kok district, the BUBLLE X project is an object of desire. It promises the existence of a carnal place, where sensuality, eroticism and exhilaration prevail. The BUBBLE X project will be a place which draws inspiration from the satisfied and unsatisfied fantasies and sex drives.

Bubble x


Rutherford House in Oruatua, New Zealand by Dorrington Architects & Associates

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Article source: Dorrington Architects & Associates

Boxes form the basis of this intriguing modern holiday house…. bold forms and stark lines create an overall effect, which is solid without being monumental. Glass curtain walls create opportunities to bring the outdoors in and to incorporate internal building elements into the geometry of the structure.
(Judges comment, NZIA awards).


North exterior by night (Images Courtesy Emma-Jane Hetherington)

  • Architect: Dorrington Architects & Associates
  • Name of Project: Rutherford House
  • Location: Taupo Tauranga, Oruatua, New Zealand
  • Completed: 2009
  • Area: 277m2
  • Photography: Emma-Jane Hetherington
  • Awards: NZIA Local Award for Residential Architecture 2009; NZIA National Award finalist for Residential Architecture 2010; Published in 21st Century Houses – 150 of the World’s Best


1:1 Exhibiting Space in Romania by UNULAUNU

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Article source: UNULAUNU

The premise of the project entitled “1:1”, exhibited in the Romanian Pavilion from Giardini di Castello, is a radical one: architecture as translation of a unique idea, ultimately determining and defining the space we inhabit. The concept is to “exhibit space” and, by doing so, to explore its various instances. A precise and quantifiable fact is related to the idea of “space”: 94.4 m2 person is the population density level in Bucharest. This is a specific and local relation that represents the urban condition in Romania. It illustrates, at the same time, both an individual and a collective state of existence.

1:1 Exhibiting Space

  • Architects: UNULAUNU
  • Project: 1:1 Exhibiting Space
  • Location: Romanian Pavilion


LOG by Abrahams May Architects

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Article source: Abrahams May Architects

LOG seeks to address the scale of the typical s’chach roof found on Sukkot. Typically the s’chach roof is an assemblage of branches, small sticks, and other plant material. LOG exaggerates the scale of these members into one piece that is able to provide shade for the inhabitants. As a means of showcasing this element, the walls become 4 pieces of 1” thick glass, with no other columns or supports, so the log foundation floats above. The two programmatic devices: a table and a candle, are elegantly hung from above. Above all the design shows a simplicity of concept, impeccable craft, and a restraint against excessive assemblages.



Hopen Place – Hollywood Hills Modern in California by Whipple Russell Architects

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Article source: Whipple Russell Architects

The client wanted a complete remodel and update of a mid-century modern on the renowned Bird Streets in the Hollywood Hills. This new owner desired a bold, personally satisfying house, conducive to entertaining Hollywood style, but also required excellent resale potential, as his intent was to sell within two years. His interests were in a residence that maximized the stunning views while combining a sleekly modern aesthetic with an inventive and vibrant use of textures, colors and materials.

Image Courtesy William MacCollum

  • Architects: Whipple Russell Architects
  • Project: Hopen Place – Hollywood Hills Modern
  • Location: Hollywood Hills, California
  • Project Date: January 2011
  • Project Size: 4748 Sq. Ft.
  • Site Conditions: Built in 1962 – never remodeled or updated
  • Architect Design: Marc Whipple AIA
  • Project Manager: Andrew Takabayashi
  • Landscape Architect: Paul Robbins
  • General Contractor: Joe Griffith
  • Structural Engineer: Koje Shoraka, Efficient Consulting Engineers
  • Project Manager: Tom Fanning, Bowery Design & Development
  • Photographer: William MacCollum


New Dance and Music Centre in The Hague, Netherlands by Zaha Hadid Architects

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects

In sharp contrast to the basic rectangular geometry of its surroundings, our design proposes a structure punctuated by fluid horizontal louvres, which seem to move when graced by light and shade – issuing a playful invitation to enter – moving upwards to culminate in a gracious curving roof-line.

Night View

  • Architect: Zaha Hadid Architects
  • Name of Project: New Dance and Music Centre
  • Location: The Hague, Netherlands
  • Duration: 2010 – TBC
  • Client: City of The Hague
  • Type: Competition / Research


Extension of primary school Tagliaferro in Florence, Italy by Fabio Capanni

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Article source: Fabio Capanni

A new volume, modest in size and designed to accommodate the canteen for the young pupils, implants itself in the pavilion system of the nursery school Tagliaferro, situated in San Piero a Sieve in the district of Florence. It lives as a fragment, working by difference towards the existing building although striving to be its own harmonious extension. Assuming the continuity with the logic of the pavilion system composition, the difference in materials between the brick-faced previous building and the plastered surfaces of the new construction, produces a tension intended to reestablish an interrupted dialogue with the site to which this architecture belongs. The stereometry of the diaphanous volumes, serene and austere reflection of the life that, in time, gave form and significance to those  lands, aspires to live again in the bare plaster and wood surfaces set to enclosure the geometrical space of the canteen.

Image Courtesy Alessandro Ciampi, © Fabio Capanni

  • Architects: Fabio Capanni Workshop
  • Project: Extension of primary school Tagliaferro
  • Location: Via San Francesco 2, San Piero a Sieve (Firenze)
  • Collaborator: Duccio Ardovini
  • Structures: Lorenzo Mellini
  • Systems: Massimo Tassini
  • Customer: Municipality of San Piero a Sieve
  • Builder: Artedile, Macconi Arreda Bibbiena (AR)
  • Chronology: 2008: project; 2009: realization
  • Dimensional data: 215 mq lot surface, 140 mq building surface, 600 mc building volume
  • Photography: Alessandro Ciampi, © Fabio Capanni



LE 2-22 in Montréal, Canada by Ædifica

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Article source: Ædifica

Montreal, March 7, 2012 – On February 6 came the long-anticipated inauguration of the 2-22, the new flagship building of the Quartier des Spectacles designed by Ædifica and Gilles Huot Architectes. Designed to meet LEED-NC environmental standards, this six-storey building promises to become a Montréal cultural landmark, being located at the intersection of St. Catherine St. and St. Laurent Blvd., the nerve centre of the St. Laurent Blvd. revitalization project.

Night View (Images Courtesy Stéphane Brugger)

  • Architect: Ædifica
  • Name of Project: LE 2-22
  • Location: Quartier Des Spectacles, Montréal, Canada
  • Photos: Stéphane Brugger


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