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FLOW in Quebec, Canada By BAPTISTE DEBOMBOURG

Monday, July 29th, 2013

Article source: BAPTISTE DEBOMBOURG

Solo exhibition by Baptiste Debombourg at the Centre d’Art Actuel l’Oeil de Poisson from 03.05 to 02.06.2013, 541, rue de Saint Vallier Est, Quebec, Canada.
FLOW is resurrection, rebellion, the sudden mirror of our mass consumption society that kills human beings and the objects it mass-produces. Here the windscreens surge up like the wave that engulfs towns in catastrophe films such as 2012 or The Day After Tomorrow. They are broken, discarded, ignored objects that take the place by storm, rebel and attack us. Like ignored vomit being spewed out from on high.

Image Courtesy © l’Œil de Poisson

  • Architects: BAPTISTE DEBOMBOURG
  • Project: FLOW
  • Location: Quebec, Canada
  • Photography: l’Œil de Poisson

Bonneuil site Cotton Recover the city in France by Margot-Duclot architectes associés

Monday, July 29th, 2013

Article source: Margot-Duclot architectes associés

Margot-Duclot architectes associés concluded in 2013 a 5 years project in the city of Bonneuil-sur-Marne.  The TCSP, a major public transport project connecting the Pompadour place with the Sucy station, initiated a strong renewal in the Bonneuil City entrance.The land retrieved from the railways made possible the conversion of the IUFM crossroad into a friendly urban scale.

Image Courtesy © David Foessel

  • Architects: Margot-Duclot architectes associés
  • Project: Bonneuil site Cotton Recover the city
  • Location: France
  • Photography: David Foessel
  • Software used: Autocad 2013/2014

THE CARMELITE CHAPEL OF MONTREAL in Canada by Éclairage Public

Monday, July 29th, 2013

Article source: Éclairage Public

Montreal’s Carmelite Chapel made its home somewhat out of the way of the city’s core in 1875. Its solemn architecture reflects the medieval roots of the Carmel tradition, save for some of the chapel’s neo-gothic details. Our work revolved around the renovation of the plastered walls and the ceiling’s marouflage panels.

Image Courtesy © Pierre Bélanger

  • Architects: Éclairage Public
  • Project: THE CARMELITE CHAPEL OF MONTREAL
  • Location: Canada
  • Photography: Pierre Bélanger
  • Client: Le Carmel de Montréal / Sœur Marie-Denise Leblond, economist
  • Architects designers: Josette Michaud, architect, Beaupré et Michaud, architects, Monika Kuhnigk, architect, Beaupré et Michaud, architects
  • Project Manager: Josette Michaud, architect, Beaupré et Michaud, architects
  • Engineers: François Brunel ing, Caron, Beaudoin et associés
  • Contractors: Construction Gilbert Dumas, L’orange Électrique
  • Lighting Design: Gilles Arpin, Jean-Pierre Smith, Claude Alarie, Maiko Sato

Azure magazine announces the winners of its 3rd annual az awards

Monday, July 29th, 2013

Top players of the international architectural and design community, from as far as Mexico and Belgium, gathered at Evergreen Brick Works last night as AZURE revealed the winners of its third annual AZ Awards. These awards are one of a kind: the only international, multi-disciplinary design competition in Canada. Representing a global snapshot of the world of architecture and design, submissions were open to designers, architects, firms and manufacturers of all disciplines, as well as students in these fields.

The high-calibre international jury included architect Shirley Blumberg of KPMB (Toronto), designer Todd Bracher of Todd Bracher Studio (New York), interior designer George Yabu of Yabu Pushelberg (Toronto and New York), landscape architect Ken Smith of Workshop (New York and Irvine, California), and visionary manufacturer and designer Giulio Cappellini of Cappellini (Milan). In March, the expert panel conferred at Torontoʼs Hôtel Le Germain, Maple Leaf Square, narrowing the field from an impressive 677 entries arriving from 38 countries to a shortlist of 43 finalists. From there, they selected the 14 outstanding winners.

“The overall calibre of entries to the AZ Awards was especially high this year,” says Catherine Osborne, editor of AZURE, “which made it very challenging for the jury. Everyone agreed there was an incredible amount of intelligence, sophistication and elegance visible in all of the submissions.”

During the month of April, the public was also given the chance to vote online for their favourites as the Peopleʼs Choice.

About AZURE: AZURE is Canadaʼs leading contemporary design magazine and one of a handful of influential design titles worldwide. The independent magazine enjoys a growing subscriber base and can be found on newsstands across Canada, the U.S., Europe and Asia. Each issue consistently deliver lively, visually engaging, forward-looking and socially relevant coverage of contemporary design. AZURE profiles designers and architects from around the world; brings its readers breaking news on interior products and trends; showcases smart and paradigm-breaking residential and commercial projects; and investigates design issues related to our changing society.

AZURE is an indispensable source of information and ideas for architects and designers as well as design-savvy consumers. The publication continues to garner awards for its overall excellence and high standards for visual and written content.

KEY DATES:
June 13, 2013
Announcement of winners and
People’s Choice at the AZ
Awards Gala Celebration

June 17, 2013
AZURE’s Annual Awards
Issue, featuring the winning and
finalist projects, hits newsstands
For more information: azuremagazine.com

WINNERS

A+ Student Award

Elevator B bee habitat by Courtney Creenan, Kyle Mastalinski, Daniel Nead, Scott Selin, Lisa Stern (University at Buffalo, USA)

Architecture – Commercial < 1000

Vitrines Habitees by Quartier des Spectacles Daoust Lestage

Architecture – Commercial > 1000

University of British Columbia, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences CDRD by Saucier + Perrotte Architectes, Hughes Condon Marler Architects

Architecture – Landscapes

Place des Festivals by Quartier des Spectacles_Daoust Lestage

Architecture – Residential

Echo Ridge Duplexes by El Dorado

Architecture – Temp & Demo

Hygge House by Plain Projects, UrbanInk, PIKE Projects

Concepts – Other / Prototypes

Valley City master plan by MZ Architects

Concepts – Unbuilt Competition

Cristal public facility by Sitbon Architectes

Design – Furniture

Marina outdoor table set by Bruno Fattorini & Partners_Extremis

Design – Furniture Systems

Enclave case goods collection by Figure3 Teknion

Design – Interior Products

Aria carpet collection by Amala Carpets Amala Carpets

Design – Lighting

Stadel Museum Skylights installation by Tanja Baum_Licht Kunst Licht

Interiors – Commercial

HafenCity University Subway Station by Pfarre Lighting Design, Raupach Architekten, Design Stauss Grillmeier

Interiors – Residential

Mini-Studio by FrenteArquitectura


PEOPLE’S CHOICE 

A+ Student Award

Essentials kitchen tools by Daniel Kowal-Andersen (Kolding School of Design, Denmark)

Architecture – Commercial < 1000

Vitrines Habitees by Quartier des Spectacles Daoust Lestage

Architecture – Commercial > 1000

Soumaya Museum by FR-EE, Fernando Romero Enterprise

Architecture – Landscapes

Place des Festivals by Quartier des Spectacles_Daoust Lestage

Architecture – Residential

D House by Lode Architecture

Architecture – Temp & Demo

Hygge House by Plain Projects, UrbanInk, PIKE Projects

Concepts – Other / Prototypes

Valley City master plan by MZ Architects

Concepts – Unbuilt Competition

Cristal public facility by Sitbon Architectes

Design – Furniture

Street Football Seat Ball chair by Ana Gonzalez and Hubert Schoba_Fabrica

Design – Furniture Systems

Meccanica Kitchen by Gabriele Centazzo Demode Engineered by Valcucine

Design – Interior Products

Aria carpet collection by Amala Carpets Amala Carpets

Design – Lighting

Stadel Museum Skylights installation by Tanja Baum_Licht Kunst Licht

Interiors – Commercial

Momofuku restaurant by The Design Agency and James KM Cheng

Interiors – Residential

Inhabitable Sculpture by Jean-Maxime Labrecque Architecte

Interiors – Residential

Inhabitable Sculpture by Jean-Maxime Labrecque Architecte

Hut with the Arc Wall in Shodoshima Islandas, Japan by Tato Architects

Sunday, July 28th, 2013

Article source: Tato Architects

I made a public toilet at ShodoshimaIslandas a part of the project of Setouchi Art Festivalin which I came to participate from this time. The site is in the area called “Hishio-no-sato (Native place of sauce)” where pre-modern architecture of soy sauce making warehouse remains collectively most in Japan. These warehouses are authorized as registered tangible cultural property, where soy sauce has been made still in the old-fashioned formula.Framing of a traditional cabin and large cedar barrels on the floor are the characteristic scene.

Image Courtesy © Ken’ichi Suzuki

  • Architects: Tato Architects
  • Project: Hut with the Arc Wall
  • Location: Shodoshima Islandas, Japan
  • Photography: Ken’ichi Suzuki

Renovation and enlargement of a garage workshop in Arezzo, Italy by Mauro Alpini

Sunday, July 28th, 2013

Article source: Mauro Alpini

This project is in Arezzo historic centre, a short distance away from the Chiesa di S. Agostino on the square of the same name. The vulnerability of the situation is of total importance. The project it is part of aims to create a relationship with a place in which neighbourhood relationships will be indicators of the quality of the new element. Once again, the lessons of the historic town are of the essence.

Image Courtesy © Mauro Alpini

  • Architects: Mauro Alpini
  • Project: Renovation and enlargement of a garage workshop
  • Location: Arezzo,Italy
  • Photography: Mauro Alpini
  • Year: 2010
  • Collaborators: Massimo Morandi, Slaven Penovic, Marino Presenti
  • Software used: Autocad 2007, Cinema 4D

Tabriz Residential in Iran by mahdiyar memar

Sunday, July 28th, 2013

Article source: mahdiyar memar

Image Courtesy © mahdiyar memar

  • Architects: mahdiyar memar
  • Project: tabriz residential
  • Location: Tabriz, Iran
  • Area: 10000 m2
  • Design date: 2013
  • Software: 3dmax, vray, photoshop, revit

Baan Moom in Bangkok, Thailand by Integrated Field

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

Article source: Integrated Field

This house for a family of five is located on Sukhumvit Rd., Soi 101/1, next to their old house where they had been living since long time ago. According to the scale of the site and owner’s love of nature, open space, and gardening give an initial idea for this house design. All functions are packed and stacked into 3-storeys to provide the most open space possible on the ground level.

Image Courtesy © Integrated Field

  • Architects: Integrated Field
  • Project: Baan Moom
  • Location: Bangkok, Thailand
  • Owner: K. BoonyaritKitcharoenroj
  • Interior designer: PorntidaKruapat& IF
  • Landscape architect: Kirin Tanglertpanya& IF
  • Structural engineer: PiyapongSuwanmaneechot
  • System engineer: MongkolPichayakittisin
  • Main contractor: SPC TechnoconsCo.,Ltd.
  • Area: 400sq.m. (Indoor) + 150 sq.m. (Outdoor)
  • Cost: 12,000,000 Baht
  • Design: 2007
  • Completed: 22 Dec 2012

White Colony in Sapporo, Japan by Keikichi Yamauchi Architect and Associates

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

Article source: Keikichi Yamauchi Architect and Associates

The site is located in a quiet residential area, which is off a highway along a medium size road. In addition to houses, wooden rented apartments, offices, and shops are mixed in somewhat sparsely among the neighborhood. This building has a rather large volume for a house, and is also larger than the neighboring buildings. Therefore, we intended to fit the building into the surrounding context.

Image Courtesy © Koji Sakai

KOOK Restaurant in Rome, Italy by Noses Architects

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

Article source: Noses Architects

The young firm Noses Architects completed their ‘mission architecture’ for the Kook eating house project in Rome: it meant creating a place that enhanced the perception of the senses without going overboard. The designers say: “The project trusted in cold concrete, heated by the warm wood and custom furnishing full of memories and, perhaps, until recently, bearing witness to intimate family scenes. Today’s and yesterday’s threads meet in the architecture and in the cuisine.

Image Courtesy © FILIPPO VINARDI

  • Architects: Noses Architects
  • Project: KOOK Restaurant
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Photography: FILIPPO VINARDI
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