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San Giovanni Church in Perugia, Italy by Studio Zermani e Associati

Sunday, January 13th, 2013

Article source: Studio Zermani e Associati

A fragment of Umbria, a red farmhouse, olive groves, and building speculation contend for the background on which the Franciscan church is to arise that will be seen prevalently from above.

Image Courtesy Mauro Davoli

  • Architects: Studio Zermani e Associati
  • Project: San Giovanni Church
  • Location: Ponte d’Oddi, Perugia, Italy
  • Architect: Paolo Zermani, With Mauro Alpini, Fabio Capanni, Giacomo Pirazzoli, Fabrizio Rossi Prodi.
  • Collaborators: Giovanna Maini, Tomohiro Takao
  • Year: 1997-2007
  • Photos by: Mauro Davoli


Development Of Cruise Terminal Extension Project in Port of Cartagena, Spain by Martin Lejarraga Architect

Saturday, January 12th, 2013

Article source: Martin Lejarraga Architect

The development of cruise terminal is located in the Port of Cartagena; a place with exceptional conditions because of the sea views and because it is very close to the city.

This platform of 11.024 m2 has a dual condition that allows you to see Cartagena from inside and outside.

Image Courtesy David Frutos

  • Architects: Martin Lejarraga Architect
  • Project: Development Of Cruise Terminal Extension Project
  • Location: Port of Cartagena, Spain
  • Client: Port Authority
  • Architect: Martin Lejarraga
  • Architectural Office: Martin Lejarraga
  • Engineers: Juan Cebrián, Martín Jaúregui
  • Collaborators: Mar Melgarejo, Julián Lloret, Beatriz Cascales, Javier Poveda, Claudia Montoya
  • Structural Engineer: Typsa
  • General Constructor: Pavasal
  • Photographs: David Frutos
  • Built-Up Area: 11.074 m2
  • Start Of Planning: 2011
  • Completion: 2012
  • Building Costs: 1.630.000 €
  • Programs used to design: CAD design programs


Stanford University School of Medicine in Stanford, California by WRNS Studio

Saturday, January 12th, 2013

Article source: WRNS Studio

The Welch Road Translational Research Campus reflects the new vision for the Stanford University School of Medicine to transform the Welch Road properties from a parcel-zoned, suburban land-use to a more integrated, pedestrian-focused campus. The campus is composed of two buildings: The Jill and John Freidenrich Translational Research Center (pictured here) and the CJ Huang Asian Liver Center and Academic Medical Office Building.

Image Courtesy © Bruce Damonte / WRNS Studio

  • Architects: WRNS Studio
  • Project: Stanford University School of Medicine
  • Location: Stanford, California, USA
  • Photography: Bruce Damonte, Tim Maloney

Hall Rowers Moto Guzzi in Province of Lecco, Italy by Act Romegialli Studio Di Architettura

Saturday, January 12th, 2013

Article source: Act Romegialli Studio Di Architettura

The volume is distributed in two separate pavilions, adjacent but with slightly staggered locations  for breaking its total volume.The shape of the buildings is typical of simple construction with a pitched roof, the archetype of the “house.” It’s composed by n.1 deposit for rowing boats n.1 training-room and n.1 multifunctional room.

Image Courtesy Marcello Mariana

  • Architects: Act Romegialli Studio Di Architettura
  • Project: Hall Rowers Moto Guzzi
  • Location: Mandello del Lario, Province of Lecco, Italy
  • Typology: Pavillion for sport activities
  • Design Team: act_romegialli, Gianmatteo Romegialli, Angela Maria Romegialli, Erika Gaggia architects
  • Client: Mandello del  Lario Town Council
  • Area: 330+190 mq
  • Charge: 2010
  • Completion of work: 2011
  • Costs: euro 380.059,48
  • Photo: Marcello Mariana
  • Software used: Vectorworks


DAR AL MAGHRIB – La Maison du Maroc in Montreal, Canada by ACDF Architecture

Saturday, January 12th, 2013

Article source: ACDF Architecture

Located in the heart of Montreal, La Maison du Maroc is on of the first of several Moroccan cultural centers planed for countries worldwide. The intention of the center is to strengthen cultural ties within the Moroccan community abroad.

Image Courtesy © James Brittain

  • Architects: ACDF Architecture
  • Project: DAR AL MAGHRIB – La Maison du Maroc
  • Location: Montreal, Canada
  • Photography: James Brittain
  • Function: Moroccan cultural centre
  • Year: Completed in 2012
  • Client: Royaume du Maroc
  • M&E: PMA
  • Structure: PASQUIN ST-JEAN
  • Team: Maxime Frappier, Louis-Philippe Frappier, Gabriel Villeneuve, Jean-Philippe Parent,  Patrick Morand, Laurence Lebeux, Laure Giordani, Robert Dequoy, Simon Orman, Mathieu St-Hilaire, Veronique Taillefer, Denis Dupuis.

Festina Lente in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina by Amila Hrustic

Saturday, January 12th, 2013

Article source: Amila Hrustic

Festina Lente (lat. hurry slowly), lightweight, agile,adaptable casual contact among all objects and human beings.

The basic idea of the bridge is the union of the secular and spiritual and to establish a balance between left and right side.

Image Courtesy Amila Hrustic

  • Architects: Amila Hrustic
  • Project: Festina Lente
  • Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Authors: Adnan Alagić,Bojan Kanlić i Amila Hrustić
  • Software used: At the time it was made in Sketchup – just few sketches. The main model was made as a little prototype in real 3D.


Camp at Cabot Beach in Prince Edward Island, Canada by Studio North

Saturday, January 12th, 2013

Article source: Studio North

Camp at Cabot Beach is designed to address the needs of children between the ages of 8-17 who are living in families that have been affected by chronic illness or disability. The camp was established 5 years ago and runs for 3 weeks every August. In 2009 they needed new facilities.

Frontview : Image Courtesy © Matthew Kennedy

  • Architects: Studio North
  • Project: Camp at Cabot Beach
  • Location: Malpeque, Prince Edward Island
  • Photography: Matthew Kennedy
  • Collaborators: Clayton Blackman, Andrew Choptiany, Sam Lock
  • Area: 3,900sq.ft.
  • Completed: 2009
  • Software used: Designed the camp by hand, drawings and modeling using rhino; also used illustrator for diagrams and lineweights.

Garden House in Vistahermosa, Spain by Joaquín Alvado Bañón

Friday, January 11th, 2013

Article source: Joaquín Alvado Bañón

It is a Project that research the relation between nature and architecture. We discuss the concept of a private garden with a single house in a low density program in the city. It is a rethinking, in a sustainable way of life, to transform the way of promoting the east side of Spain.

Image Courtesy David Frutos

  • Architects: Joaquín Alvado Bañón
  • Project: Garden House
  • Location: Vistahermosa, Alicante, Spain
  • Structural Engineer: Miguel Angel Crespo
  • Collaboration: Jesús Olivares and Ángel Muñoz
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: David Frutos


Keelung New Harbour Service Building – Phase 2 in Keelung, Taiwan by ACDF Architecture

Friday, January 11th, 2013

Article source: ACDF Architecture

Critics and practitioners of architecture often convey a contradictory message in a quest to comprehend the essence of iconic architecture. The notions of many recent international projects strive to be iconic, but few actually become truly successful from the point of view of the ultimate critics, the people who use them.

Image Courtesy ACDF Architecture

  • Architects: ACDF Architecture
  • Project: Keelung New Harbour Service Building – Phase 2
  • Location: Keelung, Taiwan
  • Architect of Record: Hoy Architects and Associates
  • Engineering: CECI Consultants

Youthclub ‘t Excuus in Kortenberg, Belgian by AST 77 Architecten

Friday, January 11th, 2013

Article source: AST 77 Architecten

Starting from the intent to upgrade the existing backside of an existing building and the desire to cluster all youth activities in the municipal community of Kortenberg, the choice was made to build a new youth center above the existing storage spaces of the cultural center Columba. This location was also much better situated than the current location of the youth center.

Image Courtesy © Steven Massart

  • Architects: AST 77 Architecten
  • Project: Youthclub ‘t Excuus
  • Location: Kortenberg, Belgian
  • Photography: Steven Massart
  • Name client: Municipality Kortenberg
  • Construction Year: 2010 – 2012
  • Built area: 120 m²
  • Living surface: 160 m²
  • Building cost: € 350.000,00
  • Phase: Built
  • Software used: The project is drawn in VectorWorks & Google Sketchup
  • Materials: Timber frame construction
    Walls outside: fiber cement boards-Eternit
    Windows: Aluminum – Schüco wooden frames 1,0 W/m²K
    Floors: Oriented Strand Board
    Ceiling: Oriented Strand Board
    Walls inside: Oriented Strand Board
  • Data Construction Team:
    Name architect: arch.- ing. Peter Van Impe
    Name engineer: IWS – Ignaz Wuestenbergs
    Name safety coordinator: Interleuven
    Name energy consultant: 2B-Safe
    Name contractors: Buyse nv, Van Bilsen bvba
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