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Cero K in San Carlos, Chile by Max-A

Thursday, June 18th, 2015

Article source: Max-A

The fast paced project was developed in four months and built in 8 months.

Iansa is the principal producer, distributor and seller of sugar in Chile. The company was looking to house the production of their new sweetener Cero K. A 30 x 50 mts two-story 8.5mt high warehouse was the starting point to house the various programmatic requirements. The actual productive process in developing the sweetener became the core of the project resulting in a 4- story 14mt high central structure cladded in Transparent Alveolar Sunlite Polycarbonate that would pierce the main volume functioning both as an independent and cohesive element at the same time.

Image Courtesy © Erieta Attali

Image Courtesy © Erieta Attali

  • Architects: Max-A
  • Project: Cero K
  • Location: Km. 385 Ruta 5 Sur. San Carlos, Chile
  • Photography: Erieta Attali
  • Architect team: Max Noguera, Alejandra Marambio
  • Area: 3.500 sqm + 10.000 sqm Landscape Architecture
  • Year: 2014

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AL-ANSAR MOSQUE in Singapore by ONG&ONG Pte Ltd

Thursday, June 18th, 2015

Article source: ONG&ONG Pte Ltd

The Al-Ansar Mosque prides itself as a community mosque located along Green Link, between Bedok Reservoir and East Coast Park. The design of the mosque is focused on creating an open and inclusive atmosphere, which is inviting to worshippers and the community at large.

Image Courtesy © Bai Jiwen

Image Courtesy © Bai Jiwen

  • Architects: ONG&ONG Pte Ltd
  • Project: AL-ANSAR MOSQUE
  • Location: Singapore
  • Photography: Bai Jiwen
  • Director Kurjanto Slamet
  • Completion 2015

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Flower Terraces in Jiangxi Province, China by Zeller & Moye

Thursday, June 18th, 2015

Article source: Zeller & Moye

The ‘Flower Terraces’ sit in the heart of the circular city of Ruichang, China. Referring to traditional Chinese housing motifs, the Flower Terraces arrange living areas as individual volumes around green outdoor spaces. The individually shaped apartments let the residents sense that they live in a unique ‘house’, rather than a numbered unit along a corridor. The seasonal warm temperatures of Ruichang allow for private and communal life to happen not only inside but also outside. The generous terraces become integral living spaces and an essential and characteristic element of the buildings. Similar to overhanging roofs in historic Chinese houses, a series of cantilever slabs create protected outdoor areas in front of the apartments. Foldable wooden shutter elements clad all apartments not only to provide privacy to the interiors but also to protect from direct sun and to allow natural ventilation across the apartments. The path through the building is a lively route with open spaces that enhance social encounters. Communal spaces are placed around the lifts and the open stairs with paths of increasing privacy towards the apartments. Residents of the ‘Flower Terraces’ live surrounded by flowers on each level. Open areas allow good air flow and a pleasant microclimate around the apartments where residents can plant on their individual private terraces and winter gardens, creating their own private retreats amongst greenery.

Image Courtesy © Zeller & Moye

Image Courtesy © Zeller & Moye

  • Architects: Zeller & Moye
  • Project: Flower Terraces
  • Location: City of Ruichang, Jiangxi Province, China
  • Team: Christoph Zeller (partner) Ingrid Moye (partner), Omar G. Muñoz, Emma Woodward
  • Engineering Consultants: ARUP London, team: Stuart Smith (director), Marc Easton, Tara Clinton, Philip Turner
  • Competition: MOLEWA (Mount Lu Estate of World Architecture)
  • Award: Second Prize (no first prize given by Jury)
  • Area:
    • Buildings: 18,000 m2
    • Park: 4000 m2
  • Status: Winner of MOLEWA international competition, construction scheduled for 2016

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Traditional Apartment by VH designs studio

Thursday, June 18th, 2015

Article source: VH designs studio

An interior for Shah family. Design team have tried to get the glamour with lowest possible expenditure on the project. The reshuffling of the spaces were major time consuming process. A neat out look with very tidy & minimum elements speaks the language of the interior.

Image Courtesy © VH designs studio

Image Courtesy © VH designs studio

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L’angolino in Gunma prefecture, Japan by GENETO

Thursday, June 18th, 2015

Article source: GENETO

It’s an Italian restaurant being become an opportunity to develop the local identity, made by self-build.

This is an Italian restaurant in Gunma prefecture.

In contrast to a big city, this town has a typical local city view. There are many chain stores and giant shopping stores in roadside.

The client is originally from here and he has a strong thought that his hometown should have identity and it needs a place(restaurant) which can be a foothold for local people.

Image Courtesy © Yasutake Kondo

Image Courtesy © Yasutake Kondo

  • Architects: GENETO
  • Project: L’angolino
  • Location: Tatebayashi city in Gunma, Japan
  • Photography: Yasutake Kondo
  • Structural engineer: Takashi Takamizawa

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