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Gamseia cocktailbar rethought in Munich, Germany by Buero Wagner

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014

Article source: Buero Wagner 

When owner and head bartender Matthew Bax opened Gamsei 2013 in Munich’s trendy neighbourhood Glockenbach, he introduced hyper-localism to a field of practice which had till then been mainly confined to the food scene. At Gamsei, ingredients for cocktails like Lavender Drunk Bee and Frühlingserwachen, are either wildly foraged by Bax and his team or grown by local artesian farmers, thus reestablishing a connection with local products, region and culture and offering something that is unique in its kind.Bax, an Australian artist and founder of three bars, envisioned his fourth as an antidote to the globalization of cocktail bars; why drink the very same cocktail in every bar you go to in the world? Why not experience the excitement of the new when sipping a cocktail?

Image Courtesy © Jann Averwerser

  • Architects: Buero Wagner  (Fabian A. Wagner with Andreas Kreft)
  • Project: Gamseia cocktailbar rethought
  • Location: Munich, Germany
  • Photography: Simon and Sebastian Schels, Jann Averwerser
  • pottery: Gefäß und Objekt – Franziska Schmid-Burgk,
  • Structural engineer: Maxi Wagner
  • Client: M. Bax

Competition for Mo I Rana Waterfront (1st place) in Norway by arkitektgruppen cubus

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014

Article source: arkitektgruppen cubus

Mo i Rana has always had a primarily functional relationship to the fjord, which has been one of two major transport systems serving the local industries of iron- and concrete production, the other being the railway. The town is located far inland and the fjord has always served as a main connection with the rest of the world. The railway has served as the other main pulse connecting the town to the east and south, in addition to the two main roads E6 and E12. The railway track runs straight through the centre of the town and acts as a physical barrier between the town proper and the fjord, only surmounted by bridges or underground tunnels. This prevents the establishment of a physical and programmatic continuity linking the two.

Image Courtesy © arkitektgruppen cubus

  • Architects: arkitektgruppen cubus
  • Project: Competition for Mo I Rana Waterfront (1st place)
  • Location: Norway
  • Software used: Softimage, Onyx Tree, Photoshop, Archicad and Artlantis.

CONSULTANTS: 

  • Graphics Design: Truls Indrearne  – Haltenbanken
  • 3D illustrations: Fabian Gohde – Studio Gohde

Urbanization Camí dels Corrals in Manresa, Spain by santamaria.arquitectes

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014

Article source: santamaria.arquitectes 

The project designs the urbanization of a foot path located on the South slope of the Puigcardener, a small hill where the history of Manresa began and where the present Old Town starts, in the South end of the town. The hill raises next to the Cardener river, taking advantage of its height, comparing to the level of the rest of the town, with a good view of the city entrance and the county surroundings.

General view, Image Courtesy © Francesc Rubí

  • Architects: santamaria.arquitectes
  • Project: Urbanization Camí dels Corrals
  • Location: Manresa, Spain
  • Photography: Francesc Rubí
  • Design time: 2008
  • Completed time: 2009
  • Gross area: 2500 m2
  • Project Architect: Pere Santamaria, Mireia Palomas, Pilar Toll, Gemma Torras
  • Client: Manresa City Council

Awards

  • 1st prize Torsanlorenzo International Prize 2009
  • 1st prize III Landscape Architecture Exhibition 2009
  • Selected work for the 6th European Landscape Biennial 2010
  • Selected work for the Prize to Intervention on the Spanish Heritage 2009

Family house Palkovice in Frýdek-Místek, Czech Republic by QARTA ARCHITEKTURA

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014

Article source: QARTA ARCHITEKTURA

The house is situated in the periphery of Palkovice, nearby Frýdek Místek. From this site is the view of the Beskydy mountains. The first idea was to reconstruct the old house on this parcel. The original house was situated in the middle of the garden and the architecture of the house was a product of the nineties of the 20th century. After a long effort to modify the old house and to adapt it for the new requirements, we have find out, this is not the right way. So we have decided to build a new house.

Image Courtesy © Ivan Bárta

  • Architects: QARTA ARCHITEKTURA
  • Project: Family house Palkovice
  • Location: Frýdek-Místek, Czech Republic
  • Photography: Ivan Bárta
  • Software used: Autocad.
  • Area: 310,5 sqm
  • Build up area: 385 sqm
  • Site area: 1778 sqm

Özyeğin University School of English Language Instruction (SELI) in Çekmeköy Campus, Turkey by ARK

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014

Article source: ARK

In the heart of Ozyegin University’s campus, the SELI building is composed as a “hinge” to allow a pivotal shift in the axial organized structures and pedestrian movement within the campus.  The building’s internal and external organization reinforces the transition from the high levels of the main educational campus down to the lower levels of the sports and residential campus.

Image Courtesy © Koral Oral

  • Architects: ARK
  • Project: Özyeğin University School of English Language Instruction (SELI)
  • Location: Çekmeköy Campus, Turkey
  • Photography: Koral Oral
  • Local Architect, Interior Design: B-Design
  • Design Team: Roger L. Klein AIA (Project Designer), BulentErginGungor (Architect of Record), EmreGursoy (Project Architect), Lennox Brown, Greg Taylor, BarisBasat, , ErgünKutlutürk, NuranErdogan, Sila Siva, VeciyeOzturk.
  • Area: 17500gsm
  • Year: Design 2012, construction completed 2013

Consultants: 

  • Structural  Team: Emir Mühendislik
  • Electrical Team: Latek Mühendislik
  • Mechanical Team: Civa Mühendislik
  • Lighting Design: Citylight
  • Landscape Design: UYY Landscape Design
  • Project Manager: FIBA
  • Contractor: Berko İnşaat
  • Client: Özyeğin University

Casa Baladrar in Benissa, Alicante by Langarita-Navarro Arquitectos

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014

Article source: Langarita-Navarro Arquitectos

The scattered and trans-European city that the mountainous coast of Alicante has become, houses a heterogeneous population that is drawn to the sun, the sea, the temperate climate, the convenient public services and the leafy greenery. The promise of relaxing and hedonistic experiences captivates both seasonal tourists and long-term residents who see their expectations fulfilled amongst jasmine and bougainvilleas. The project draws from this context and is designed to meet the demands of multiple families in the summertime and as a haven for retirees the rest of the year.

Image Courtesy © Luis Diaz Diaz

  • Architects: Langarita-Navarro Arquitectos
  • Project: Casa Baladrar
  • Location: Benissa, Alicante
  • Photography: Luis Diaz Diaz
  • Collaborators: Roberto González, Juan Palencia, Marta Colón, Paula García-Masedo
  • Structures: Mecanismo S.L.
  • Date: 2013
  • Client: Private

Hammerhavn – Master plan and multipurpose buildings in Sænevej, Allinge by Cubo Arkitekter

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014

Article source: Cubo Arkitekter

The buildings for the local sailing community and sailing sports activities for both tourists and visitors are situated in the middle of the Baltic Sea on the picturesque island of Bornholm in the small beautiful port of Hammerhavn.

Image Courtesy © Lars Due jensen + Cubo

  • Architects: Cubo Arkitekter
  • Project: Hammerhavn – Master plan and multipurpose buildings
  • Location: Sænevej, Allinge
  • Photography: Lars Due jensen, Martin Schubert
  • Client: The Regional municipalityof Bornholm in partnership with Realdania

East Hampton Pool Pavilion and Art Studio in New York by Utopus studio

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014

Article source: Utopus studio

Overview Overlooking the scenic Accabonac Creek, our challenge was to renovate and add a pavilion to a recently built residence. In dialogue with the client, a program was developed to extend the residence to include a new indoor spa and art studio and to add a new Pool Pavilion facing the serene waterfront.

Image Courtesy © Utopus studio

  • Architects: Utopus studio
  • Project: East Hampton Pool Pavilion and Art Studio
  • Location: New York, USA
  • Software used: Rhino and Photoshop.
  • Date: Winter 2013
  • Client: Private Client
  • Area: 3,500 Sq. feet

The Entangled Pavilion by Michael Jantzen

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014

Article source: Michael Jantzen

The Entangled Pavilion is one in a series of my design studies that explore new ways in which architecture can be reinvented in order to become more responsive to the people who use it. This is a design study for a new kind of interactive architecture.

Image Courtesy © Michael Jantzen

  • Architects: Michael Jantzen
  • Project: The Entangled Pavilion
  • Status: Unbuilt
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