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A BODEGA in Galicia, Spain by Cubus

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

Article source: Cubus

The old stone wineries of the Ribeira Sacra (Galicia) were (and are) heterogeneous constructions linked to house where the activities of the local economy are developed, such as preserving ham, wine and spirits in addition to storing straw and putting the beasts to rest.

The project fully recovers one of these old cellars to convert it into a new home. The project is based on three premises:

Image Courtesy © Adrià Goula

Image Courtesy © Adrià Goula

  • Architects: Cubus, Estel Ortega Vázquez + David Pou van den Bossche
  • Project: A BODEGA
  • Location: Lugo, Galicia, Spain 
  • Photography: Adrià Goula, Antonio Rodriguez, Estel Ortega

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Bluepoint Sales Pavilion in Phuket, Thailand by Paul Raff Studio Architects

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

Article source: Paul Raff Studio Architects

Serving as the sales office for the Bluepoint Residences in Phuket, Thailand, the Bluepoint Sales Pavilion provides an ideal lounge setting for potential clients to enjoy spectacular views while reviewing development plans and observing construction progress. The pavilion’s expression responds to the powerful contextual site conditions. A deep terrace and continuous wrapping canopy extend outward toward a look-out point, framing a spectacular panoramic vista of the Adaman Sea.

Image Courtesy © Paul Raff Studio Architects

Image Courtesy © Paul Raff Studio Architects

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Nakagawa ShotenOmotesnado Shop & Office in Tokyo, Japan by Jo Nagasaka / Schemata Architects

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

Article source: Jo Nagasaka / Schemata Architects

At first I was pleasantly surprised to discover this land filled with such lush greenery in Aoyama, in the middle of Tokyo. I wanted to provide the same kind of pleasant surprise to customers of this shop, both on the first and second floors.  The building stood there, simple and open towards the existing greenery, and seemed to harmonize with the vitality of the land. Respecting such surrounding environment, we tried to minimize the infill construction and composed the interior with furniture instead.

Image Courtesy © Kenta Hasegawa

Image Courtesy © Kenta Hasegawa

  • Architects: Jo Nagasaka / Schemata Architects 
  • Project: Nakagawa ShotenOmotesnado Shop & Office
  • Location: 5-43-7 Jingu-mae Shibuya, Aoyama, Tokyo, japan 
  • Photography: Kenta Hasegawa
  • Project Team: Masami Nakata, Kosuke Nakano / Schemata Architects
  • Construction: DECOR Co.,Ltd.
  • Collaboration: Seijun Nishihata/Sora Botanical Garden (plant)
  • Floors: 2
  • Floor area: 378.8 M2
  • Structure: RC
  • Completion: 01/2015

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Chiado Apartment in Lisbon, Portugal by fala atelier

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

Article source: fala atelier 

The 120m2 apartment, built in the turn of the 19th century, rooms and err Iretik Presented OF A Fragmented arrangement (Almost Neglijent) overlay OF Suksessive Abandoned Interventions B previous owners were the original character OF SPACE. B. All were Ersing Previous Interventions, Separation Between Night and Day Areas were cleared out of action. One single wall, half-circular in plan, Proposed habitat.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Guerra

Image Courtesy © Fernando Guerra

  • Architects: fala atelier
  • Project: Chiado Apartment
  • Location: Lisbon, Portugal
  • Photography: Fernando Guerra
  • Client: James Grace, Mitigation Brand Design
  • Project Team: Philip Mglःãis, Ana Luisa Soars, Ahmed Belkhodja, Ana Lima
  • Year: January – December 2015

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Le Toison d’Or in Brussels, Belgium by UNStudio

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

Article source: UNStudio

Designed for ProWinko and in collaboration with Belgian architects Jaspers-Eyers, Le Toison d’Or is a hybridisation of a traditional building-block typology and a mixed-use development with a retail podium.

Image Courtesy © Hufton+Crow

Image Courtesy © Hufton+Crow

  • Architects: UNStudio
  • Project: Le Toison d’Or
  • Location: Brussels, Belgium
  • Photography: Hufton+Crow, Eva Bloem
  • Client: TD Immo Invest BVBA, Brussels
  • UNStudio: Ben van Berkel, Gerard Loozekoot with Wesley Lanckriet, Jacques van Wijk and Hans Kooij, Tina Kortmann, Tatjana Gorbachewskaja, Philipp Meise, Jaap-Willem Kleijwegt, Marie Prunault, Tomas Mokry, Nanang Santoso, Olivier Yebra, Thomas Harms, Rene Wysk, Todd Ebeltoft, Patrick Noome, Charlotte Guyaux, Johanna Mencia, Machiel Wafelbakker, Bartek Winnicki, Aurelie Krotoff, Ondrei Kyjanek, Wendy van der Knijff
  • Belgian architect: Jaspers-Eyers Architects, Brussels (BE)
  • Realisation phase: Wesley Lanckriet, U/Define Architects
  • Structural Engineer: ABCIS Van Wetter S.A., Brussels (BE)
  • Landscape architect: Lodewijk Baljon landschapsarchitecten, Amsterdam (NL) Atelier Ruimtelijk Advies, Berchem (BE)
  • Installations: Techniplan adviseurs, Rotterdam (NL)  TDEC, Rumst (BE)
  • Building Physics and sustainability: DGMR, Arnhem (NL)
  • Cost calculation: BBN adviseurs, Houten (NL) Widnell Europe, Brussels (BE) (more…)

Airport Traffic Control Tower in Turkey by RMJM Group

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

Article source: RMJM Group

Bird – Spirit of the Tower

An air traffic control tower is the absolute symbol of aviation industry, of traveling, of welcoming and of wishing good bye. The highest building in the airport is as important as a first impression as any. It signals arrival or departure, safety and a watch over the complicated and definitely not earthly experience of flying. In other words although not a gate in shape it is undoubtedly the metaphor of one.

Image Courtesy © RMJM Group

Image Courtesy © RMJM Group

  • Architects: RMJM Group
  • Project: Airport Traffic Control Tower
  • Location:  Turkey

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Bala Line House in Ontario, Canada by Williamson Chong Architects

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

Article source: Williamson Chong Architects

Within Toronto’s network of well-preserved ravines and valleys, historic rail lines are occasionally found nestled unused on steep, wooded slopes between the upper plateau of residential fabric and the river valley habitats down below. A de-commissioned rail spur – once used for an industry-focused early 20th-century city – has evolved into a common passage for hikers and neighbours as it connects the local ravine pathway system to newly developed community areas such as the weekly farmers market at the revitalized Don Valley Brickworks. Upslope, a rare accessible lot lining the western edge of the ravine, some 60 feet above the Bala Line rail path, is the site for a single-family dwelling that engages this alternative connection to the city infrastructure.

Image Courtesy © Bob Gundu

Image Courtesy © Bob Gundu

  • Architects: Williamson Chong Architects 
  • Project: Bala Line House
  • Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Photography: Bob Gundu
  • Design Team: Donald Chong, Chris Routley, Shane Williamson, Betsy Williamson
  • Structural Engineering: Blackwell Engineering
  • Construction Management: Derek Nicholson Incorporated
  • Millwork: BL Woodworking
  • Custom Wood Windows and Siding: Fusil
  • Total Floor Area: 2400 sf

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Cobra Tower in Japan by VASILY KLYUKIN

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

Article source: VASILY KLYUKIN 

In Japan telling someone that he is a snake means a compliment. In China snakes and dragons often mean the same. The symbol of wisdom andeternal life, this tower would embellish any Eastern city.

Image Courtesy © VASILY KLYUKIN

Image Courtesy © VASILY KLYUKIN

The link to the Amazon Kindle where the book was released: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CBW4HHG (more…)

BASE JUMP TOWER in MIDDLE EAST by 1O DESIGN

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

Article source: 1O DESIGN

lO DESIGN was commissioned as Lead Design Architect to design a new base jump tower, providing a platform for extreme sports with elevated views of the surrounding city skyline. The expressive building form of the 325m high tower is created through the sculptural external hexagrid skin. This structural skin flares out at the base and top of tower to provide not only structural stability but also to house a series of extreme sports activities.

Image Courtesy © 1O DESIGN

Image Courtesy © 1O DESIGN

  • Architects: 1O DESIGN
  • Project: BASE JUMP TOWER 
  • Location: MIDDLE EAST

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Bayside in Toronto, Canada by ODA New York

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

Article source: ODA New York 

The practice of orienting a home to the path of the sun is as old as civilization itself, and in nature, significantly predates it.  Just as plants and flowers orient themselves to the sun through phototaxis, the newest building designed by ODA New York, appears to be doing the same.

Image Courtesy © ODA New York

Image Courtesy © ODA New York

  • Architects: ODA New York 
  • Project: Bayside 
  • Location: Toronto, Canada
  • Total gross floor area: 262,000 sf
  • Number of floors: 24 Floors
  • Floor plate areamin: 4075 to max 28950
  • Number of units: 228 Units
  • Number of units with outdoor terraces: 221 Units
  • Total terrace area: 68,550sf
  • Amenities area: 13,500sf

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