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PUMA Factory Outlet Center (FOC) in California by Colkitt&Co

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

Article source: Colkitt&Co

Design Description:

Colkitt&Co’s model is revolutionizing PUMA’s global outlet program with mobile fixture kits that allow for more flexible and sustainable retail design. Between interchangeable stock parts made of 100 percent recycled materials, to a 35 percent more energy efficient design, the PUMA factory outlet center (FOC) model is setting a precedent for LEED Platinum retail design.

Image Courtesy © Cheryl Ramsay & Charles Bergquist

  • Architects: Colkitt&Co
  • Project: PUMA Factory Outlet Center (FOC)
  • Location: 5610 Paseo Del Norte Carlsbad, CA 92008, U.S.A
  • Photography: Cheryl Ramsay & Charles Bergquist
  • Project Owner, Developer: PUMA North America
  • Software used: AutoCAD, 3-D Studio, SketchUp, and Adobe Creative Suite

Santa Maria del Mar Basilica in Cancun, Mexico by sanzpont [arquitectura]

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

Article source: sanzpont [arquitectura]

Design Concept.

Santa Maria del Mar is one of the oldest virgin avocations. She isn’t related to any apparition; instead she relates with the need that marines and their families who stay on land feel for having the highest protection from heaven. Stella Maris, Star of the Sea is how they call her since ancient times.

Image Courtesy © sanzpont [arquitectura]

  • Architects:  sanzpont [arquitectura]
  • Project: Santa Maria del Mar Basilica
  • Location: Cancun, Mexico
  • Status: 2nd Place, Competition by Invitation.
  • Year: 2013
  • Design Team, Collaboration: Arq. Victor Sanz Pont, Arq. Sergio Sanz Pont, Eder Jafet Hernández, Mónica Merlín Becerra, Zahzil Sophia Martínez Juárez, Elizabeth Valencia Domínguez, Mauricio Duhart Hernández, Eric Gallegos Merchand, Julio, Polanco Reyes, José Miguel Cano, Gerard Delgado, Oscar Sanz Pont
  • StructureConsulting: Aviña & Duarte Asociados
  • MEPConsulting: Edificaciones ARBIBE

TOTEM HOUSE in Toronto by Reza Aliabadi

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

Article source: Reza Aliabadi 

Robert and John are travelers. They collect sculptures by local artists and bring them home. They have a keen eye for modernism and minimal design and they don’t settle for ordinary. They love cooking and they avoid the unnecessary. In building their home, rzlbd respects their curiosity for style.

Image Courtesy © borXu Design

  • Architects: Reza Aliabadi
  • Project: TOTEM HOUSE
  • Location: Toronto
  • Photography: borXu Design
  • Project Team: Reza Aliabadi, Lailee Soleimani
  • Structure: Ali Saeed
  • Construction Management: Ali Malekzadeh
  • Building Type: Single family house
  • Basics: Two story wood structure
  • Lot: 25’X100′
  • Living Area: 1600 sqft
  • Design: 2011
  • Completion: Summer 2013
  • Client: Robert Langton & John Farrauto

Salto del Penitente in Lavalleja, Uruguay by gualano+gualano arquitectos

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

Article source: gualano+gualano arquitectos

The project does not try to impose or merge, and marks an abstract, honest, architectural form of finished materiality with the concrete made rock. It takes part in the landscape, respecting it, trying to be of importance to the site. The project is solved in two pieces that articulate in the landscape; the inn  that hangs of the rock and emerges towards the cliff and the other volume, with the public restrooms and picnic area, receiving to the arrivals of automobiles. The skin concrete structure generates the limits and hard edges of the work, generating the structure composition of the project.

Image Courtesy © Ramiro Rodriguez Barilari

  • Architects: gualano+gualano arquitectos
  • Project: Salto del Penitente
  • Location: Lavalleja, Uruguay
  • Photography: Ramiro Rodriguez Barilari
  • Year: 2003-2004
  • Area: 400sqm
  • Esencial Landscape: Esencial Architecture

Permanent exhibition at Palazzo Mosca in Pesaro, Italy by Migliore+Servetto Architects

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

Article source: Migliore+Servetto Architects

From a simple and innovative design idea comes the permanent exhibition system designed by Migliore+Servetto Architects for the Palazzo Mosca – Pesaro City Art Museum, to create fast, autonomous and flexible set ups.

“The narrative line”, this is the name given to this system, is composed of two metallic tracks – a common thread that connects the different exhibition areas following their perimeter – that contain the attachment system for the works of art, the display cases and the graphic supports, adaptable to the different exhibition materials.

Image Courtesy © Ciabochi

  • Architects: Migliore+Servetto Architects
  • Project: Permanent exhibition at Palazzo Mosca
  • Location: Pesaro, Italy
  • Photography: Ciabochi, Fabio Cecchi
  • Date: July 2013
  • Client: Sistema Museo
  • Graphic and Coordinate Image: Angela Scatigna


Tuesday, October 1st, 2013


The Project is located in a high sloping site of a neighborhood in the North of Mexico City, where the climate is cold and humid during rainy season. Under these premises the house is settled on a square platform of two levels; a partially buried first level that houses the service areas and playroom; while the second level is placed above the midlevel of the site.


  • Project: AURELIA HOUSE
  • Location: Estado de México
  • Photography: Jorge Hernández de la Garza
  • Design team: Abraham Ornelas, Layla González
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