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Mirror Market in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand by visiondivision

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Article source: visiondivision 

A client commissioned visiondivision to create a shop for showing and selling goods next to a highway in the Nakhon Ratchasima area in Northeastern Thailand.

The client is involved in many different enterprises, like manufacturing pottery, trading with flowers and garden trees, growing fruits, mushrooms and vegetables and also buying and selling shoes and clothes.

Image Courtesy © visiondivision

  • Architects: visiondivision
  • Project: Mirror Market
  • Location: Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
  • Software used: Autocad, 3d-Studio, Illustrator and Photoshop

RESIDENCE IN Alibag, India by Malik Architecture

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Article source: Malik Architecture

The site for this home is a hill in Alibag, one which enjoys a stunning view, not only of the rolling contours surrounding it, but of the sea and the skyline of Mumbai in the distance.

Conceptually, the design of the home is a departure from the “stepped terrace” typology that one would conventionally employ on a heavily contoured site.  Instead, we chose to deconstruct a cuboid that is tilted and suspended over the ground and seems to simultaneously ‘float’ and ‘flow’ down the hill.

Image Courtesy © Malik Architecture

  • Architects: Malik Architecture
  • Project: RESIDENCE
  • Location: Alibag, India
  • CLIENT: Private
  • DESIGN TEAM: Arjun Malik, Jigar Mehta, Ganesh Kugaji
  • CONSULTANTS: Suhas Gangan (Plumbing); Vora Electricals Pvt. Ltd. (Electrical);   Cool Air Systems (HVAC); STRUDCOM (Structural); Chiniwala Pvt. Ltd. (Cladding/ Glazing); Mungekar & Associates (Solar/Rainwater Harvesting/ Vermiculture); Silver Pools (Swimming Pool)
  • BUILT-UP AREA: 11500 sq. ft.
  • COST of PROJECT: Confidential
  • YEAR of COMPLETION: 2010

GMS Grande Palladium in Mumbai, India by Malik Architecture

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Article source: Malik Architecture

The uniqueness of this project is that it operates on multiple levels. On one hand it uses technology and intelligent design to improve the working environment of its inhabitants, while working inclusively in an urban context.

On the other hand, it is a critical commentary on some of the antiquated notions that have plagued contemporary commercial design in the subcontinent. The eschewment of ornamentation, the treatment of structure as skin, the repudiation of self-aggrandizing atriums, the moulding of building volumes to perform multiple functions simultaneously, the treatment of landscape as an integral part of development and an exploration of its varying moods, the focus on sustainability, the holistic approach to design and execution are a direct result of a critical analysis of the exigent and often superficial buildings proliferating in the subcontinent.

Image Courtesy © Malik Architecture

  • Architects: Malik Architecture
  • Project: GMS Grande Palladium
  • Location: Kalina, Mumbai, India
  • Client: GMS Group
  • Design team: Arjun Malik, Ketan Chaudhary, JayJani, Ketan Seta
  • Built-up area:  1, 80,000 sq. ft.
  • Cost of project: 60 crores
  • Year of completion: 2010
  • Software used: Autocad, Revit, 3D Max, STAAD Pro and Tekla

Restaurant in Odessa, Ukraine by YOD Design Lab

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Article source: YOD Design Lab

Kyiv people have known the “Odessa” Restaurant since 1962. But the new time demands new rules. And today the same good, old, cosy “Odessa” invites guests, though in a completely new format.

Odessa is a rather original city, with its inexpressible ethnic flavour and centuries-old history, which is located at the seaside of the Black Sea in the South of Ukraine. You can truly understand and come to love Odessa only once you have visited it. This is why we didn’t aim at simply reproducing the spirit of this unique city. Instead, we were trying to identify invisible associative links through which the bright image of the place would be formed.

Image Courtesy © Andrey Avdeenko

  • Architects: YOD Design Lab
  • Project: Restaurant Odessa
  • Location: Odessa, Ukraine
  • Photography: Andrey Avdeenko
  • Client: private person
  • Creative Director : Volodymyr Nepyivoda
  • Creating Date: 2013
  • Art Director: Dmitriy Bonesko
  • Designer: Volodymyr Nepyivoda, Dmitriy Bonesko, graphic designer: Ilya Nepravda

Hyperion Lyceum in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Burton Hamfelt Architectuur Stedebouw Prototypes

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Article source: Burton Hamfelt Architectuur Stedebouw Prototypes

The youth of Amsterdam are getting smarter and the growing waiting list for highly gifted students has generated the immediate need for a new temporary high school. The commission was to provide an architectural modular design and building system strategy for a temporary school building in the prominent location in the Overhoeks area in Amsterdam North. The temporary building was part of the school’s first step towards an expansion plan from 75 students to approximately 650 over a 5-year time span.

Image Courtesy © Burton Hamfelt Architectuur Stedebouw Prototypes

  • Architects: Burton Hamfelt Architectuur Stedebouw Prototypes
  • Project: Hyperion Lyceum
  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Design Phase 1: 2012
  • Completion Phase 1: 2012
  • Site area: .6 ha
  • Program: 2210 m2 education, 600 m2 outdoor play area and 24 parking places
  • Client: ROC van Amsterdam and Voorgezet onderwijs van Amsterdam
  • Modular unit builder: De Meeuw, Oirschot
  • Project management: Bouwkundige Begeleidings Adviesgroep (BBA), Heemskerk
  • Buildings costs: Euro 1.670.000

MBO College North in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Burton Hamfelt Architectuur Stedebouw Prototypes + OeverZaaijer Architectuur

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Article source: Burton Hamfelt Architectuur Stedebouw Prototypes + OeverZaaijer Architectuur 

In the new knowledge economy education is increasingly important to the daily operations of life and business in the city. New types of multifunctional education buildings have stepped into this role, strategically positioned in the city’s transportation network as well as being focal points for the enterprising student and talent seeking businesses; a total educational experience.

Image Courtesy © Burton Hamfelt Architectuur Stedebouw Prototypes + OeverZaaijer Architectuur

  • Architects: Burton Hamfelt Architectuur Stedebouw Prototypes + OeverZaaijer Architectuur
  • Project: MBO College North
  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Design: 2008
  • Completion: 2012
  • Site area: 5600 m2
  • Program: Multi-functional educational complex, 13.500 m2 education, 3.000 m2 commercial space 130 parking places
  • Total area : ca. 21.000 m2
  • Client: Phase 1: ROC van Amsterdam, Phase 2: MJ De Nijs Projectontwikkeling
  • Advisors: Phase 1: Twynstra Gudde, ICS Adviseurs, BOA Adviseurs, Phase 2: Draaijer + Partners bv
  • Engineers: Phase 1: ABT Phase 2: Van Rossum
  • Mechanical Installations: Fase 1: ABT Fase 2: Kuipers
  • Building costs: Euro 21.500.000
  • Software used: Autocad, Vectorworks, SketchUp

Passion House M1 by Architect 11

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Article source: Architect 11

Passion Group and Architect 11 have in cooperation finished their first prototype for prefab modular housing series. The first house model is smallest of the series.

Built house is about 40 sqm in net area, built in one piece, fully equipped, with concrete foundation attached. Total setup time on site depending from location and local utility network requirements – one or two days.12 hours in case of this house. It will be delivered with completely finished interior design and finish, attached furniture, technical equipment and home appliances – on site works are just preparing the gravel pad, attaching utility grids and some final adjustments in furniture fittings.

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THE REVITALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE KAPPEL MONASTERY in Zürich, SWITZERLAND by Atelier Kempe Thill

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Article source: Atelier Kempe Thill

Atelier Kempe Thill in collaboration with BBZ landscape architects has recently won the invited international competition for the revitalization / development of Kappel Monastery near Zürich / Switzerland, a protected historical monumental complex that today serves as a seminar hotel and educational centre of the protestant church of Zürich.

Image Courtesy © Atelier Kempe Thill

  • Architects: Atelier Kempe Thill
  • Project: THE REVITALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE KAPPEL MONASTERY
  • Location: Zürich, SWITZERLAND
  • Client: Verein Kappelerhof
  • Landscape architect: BBZ Bern GmbH
  • Budget (2013): 14 Mio

VILLA SCHÖNEICHE in Berlin, Germany by Hammoodi & Partner 

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Article source: Hammoodi & Partner 

The villa is built in an angular shape on a 1250 m2 land with old trees on the outskirts of Berlin. The new villa is attached to an existing weekend house but there is no functional connection, only to make the most of the landscape garden where birds, squirrels and hedgehogs live. Sometimes a fox from the near forest is looking around the corner.

Image Courtesy © Hammoodi & Partner

  • Architects: Hammoodi & Partner
  • Project: VILLA SCHÖNEICHE
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Client, Developer: HAMMOODI @ PARTNER, Germany
  • Lighting Consultant: Mr Heiko Martin, Electro-Martin, Germany
  • Main Contractor: Mr Wolf-Harald Krüger, Krüger & Krüger, Ingenieurbau, GmbH
  • Project Manager: Mr Dipl.-Ing. Architect A. F. Hammoodi, HAMMOODI @ PARTNER
  • Structural Engineer: Schöneicher Ingenieurgruppe, Germany
  • Windows and doors: hilzinger GmbH, Germany

THE ARK by LENS°ASS ARCHITECTEN

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Article source: LENS°ASS ARCHITECTEN

The commission was for a building for after-school care for 10 children in special youth care (aged from 6 to 18, non-residential) with a staff room on the first floor.

Apart from the project definition, the assignment was to both find a connection with the existing buildings (terrace houses) and to create a passage/transition to an urban park. We chose not to add an end volume to the row which would have been at the expense of valuable trees, as they fill and complete the already existing gabariet. We reversed the logic: we leave valuable green for the city; we don’t make terrace house typologies and created a pavilion in the garden This pavilion is rooted between the trees and the green. By using the garden wall as a main theme there is almost no physically present building.

Image Courtesy © Philippe van Gelooven

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