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Unfolding Nothingness in Dhaka,Bangladesh by Rafiq Azam

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

Article source: SHATOTTO architecture



Water, channelizes its expansive existence subtly inside the weave of life, mingling toil and poetry into the land of Bangladesh.

Image Courtesy: Shatotto architecture

  • Architects: Rafiq Azam
  • Project: Unfolding Nothingness
  • Location: Dhaka, Bangladesh


Guest House in Bologna hills by Enrico Iascone Architetti

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

Article source: Enrico Iascone Architetti

This small residence, built within a larger property, commissioned as a residence for guests. was derived from the demolition of an existing building. The project idea was to create a lantern, visible from different angles as a sign in the landscape. In this context of great beauty, the goal of using environmentally friendly materials, sustainable technologies, is facing the choice of wood, both as a structural element such as a skin for the building, in order to create a bond with the context that is reinforced by the choice of colors which blend the color of the trees to the color of the volume in her tone.

Image Courtesy Enrico Iascone Architetti


House by the Pond by Stelle Architects

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

Article source: Stelle Architects

The overall design of the house was a direct response to an array of environmental regulations, site constraints, solar orientation and specific programmatic requirements.

Image Courtesy Stelle Architects

  • Architect: Stelle Architects
  • Project: House by the Pond
  • Project Architect: Gina Miller
  • Software used: Vectorworks


Extension Of Public School “Es Cremat” By Duch-Piza Arquitectos

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

Article source: Duch-Piza Arquitectos

Extension of an old school in which we had to keep the central cloister. Because of its slope, the plot was divided into  thin  terraces. The section of the building contains in its interior outdoor spaces, lit naturally  from  the roof, which are linked on an ascending tour and can remain open in non opening school hours. The former cloister, turned into a big assembly hall, appears on a diagonal view from the entrance hall.  The gym was partially buried, expanding the horizontal extent of the plant and we place a sports track on its roof. This area, separate from the school by a courtyard, has independent access from the side street.

Image Courtesy Jaime Sicilia

  • Architect: Duch-Piza Arquitectos
  • Project: Extension Of Public School “Es Cremat”
  • Location: Mestre Bauzà St.- Ses Escoles Ave.
  • Promoter: IBISEC. Technical Arch: Josep Panades
  • Structure: Pere Martinez Pica
  • Instal.: TIIS
  • Colab: E. Parareda, G. Riverón, T. Garau.
  • Photo: Jaime Sicilia
  • Const.: UTE C.P. Es Cremat.
  • Budget: 2.172.948€
  • Project: 2008. Completion of work: 2010


Disaster Prevention and Education Center in Istanbul by Dimcho Nedev & Binyo Yovchev

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

Article source: PiFormUs


Natural disasters are caused by the basic elements/powers – fire, air, earth, water. Humans can be added to the list because often man through his actions can have a negative effect on nature. As a result these changing elements become five in total. The regular pentagon symbolizes the harmony between man and the elements. Therefore we chose it as a starting point for our form shaping.

Image Courtesy: PiFormUs

  • Architects: Dimcho Nedev, Binyo Yovchev
  • Project: Disaster Prevention and Education Center
  • Location: Istanbul


Parish Centre Kirchschlag in Upper Austria by Schneider & Lengauer Architekten

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

Article source: Schneider & Lengauer Architekten

The newly constructed building of the Parish Centre Kirchschlag tries to cater to the needs of a jointly controlled parish without a local pastor.

Image Courtesy Paul Ott


Sustainable Home by Lee Martin

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

Article source: Lee Martin

This home was a design for my senior project in high school. The building is constructed out of ICF walls, and also has high walls and large windows at the top of these walls which can be opened to increase air flow throughout the home.

Image Courtesy Lee Martin

  • Architect: Lee Martin
  • Project: Sustainable Home
  • Software used: Building was drawn in revit architecture and rendering were enhanced with photoshop.


Physiotherapie and rehabilitation centre PUR in Freistadt, Upper Austria by Peter Schneider, Erich Lengauer

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

Article source: Schneider & Lengauer Architekten

Over the past years, Thomas Plöckinger-Schatzl and his team have expanded their services. Besides classical physiotherapy, they now also offer medical exercise therapy, massage, and the sale of training and therapy utensils. The integration of all these services made building a new practice essential. The space solution developed by Schneider & Lengauer integrates these requirements and therefore provides a simple, smooth and barrier-free organization of all work areas.

Image Courtesy Dietmar Tollerian

  • Architects: Peter Schneider, Erich Lengauer
  • Project: Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Center PUR
  • Location: Freistadt, Upper Austria
  • Photo-credits: Dietmar Tollerian


House L in Scharten, Upper Austria by Peter Schneider, Erich Lengauer

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

Article source: Schneider & Lengauer Architekten

It all started with an invited competition, which is highly unconventional for a single-family home. Schneider & Lengauer won the tender and had the opportunity to deal with the client’s precise requirements in detail. Three key requirements characterize the result. First, it was necessary to integrate the qualities of the site into a prestigious residential and working environment. Second, the client placed great importance on energy-efficient design. And thirdly, the home should reflect the family’s fondness for the color white.

Image Courtesy Kurt Hoerbst


Liverpool Villahermosa in Tabasco, Mexico City by Iñaki Echeverria

Saturday, September 1st, 2012

Article source: Iñaki Echeverria

Liverpool Altabrisa, located on Tabasco. The opening event was last Tuesday March 27th in which we were honored with the presence of Store Director, Max David, and State Governor Andrés Granier Melo. Located in a strategic area on the south end of the city, the shopping center Plaza Altabrisa is part of a new development pole for the city of Villahermosa. Our aim was to design a dynamic and modern facade that would provide a fresh image for Liverpool.

Image Courtesy Iñaki Echeverria

  • Architect: Iñaki Echeverria
  • Project: Liverpool Villahermosa
  • Location: Tabasco, Mexico City
  • Head of Planning: Martín Pérez Head of Construction: Jorge Ignacio Leautaud
  • Corporate Project Manager: Iliana Dávila
  • Construction Manager: César Guzmán
  • Project Leader: Paola Cárdenas / Mauricio Ruiz
  • Project Coordinator: José Luis Velasco
  • Construction Leader: Juan Alberto Maldonado
  • Construction Coordinator: Ricardo Guzmán
  • Architectural Design Team: Iñaki Echeverria / Iván Parra / Josué Lee / Osvaldo Estrada / Jonathan Hajar / Javier Marroquín / Roberto Fuerte / Guillermo López / Jorge Durán / Daniela González / Leonel Alcántara / Fredy E. Lamadrid / Rafael Brioso / Israel Meneses / Fernanda Téllez / Xochitl Zúñiga / Víctor García
  • Precast Concrete: ARQME / FAPRESA
  • Interior Façade Manufacturer: OASIS Workshop / CASALA
  • Store interior design: FRCH design worldwide
  • Software used: Rhino, and 3dS Max


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