The concept of urban development is based on the landscape of open spaces with trees (historical Prater landscape) and the building units positioned in it. The sequence of built-up and undeveloped space is the result of the rhythm of several parameters including: spatial edges, rough-determining distances, orientation and interspaces. Due to the bridge connections in airy heights, eye-to-eye connections are maintained and a diversified movement with different room coverings along the lively ground floor zone is given. Places, meadows, landscapes accompany the residents, users and visitors on the fast way through or during a leisurely walk through the district of Zwei Plus. The difference between open spaces and differently equipped places takes place in addition to the adjacent buildings and the surroundings. Use: car parking, green campus with offices, dormitories and residential studios.
The location for the new offices is a 8,715 sq ft single-storey space on 5th floor of a newly-redeveloped Crown Estates building, facing onto Air Street (where entrance is located) and Glasshouse Street – just minutes from Piccadilly Circus. The premises benefit from great natural light, with windows the full length of both sides, plus a sympathetic base-build delivered by the landlord’s architects, featuring limed oak and good quality architectural lighting.
ATLAS HOTEL HOIAN is located in Hoi An’s “Old Town; an area which has rapidly grown since it was officially named by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Recently, most of the ancient houses have been converted into shops and restaurants that serve the daily influx of tourism. The neighborhood is well known for its beautiful tiled-roofscape and its internal courtyards that provide a layered spatial quality between the inner and outer spaces. This quality has been slowly eroded due to chaotic commercial flow. As a consequence, Old Town has lost its charm of a calm and peaceful lifestyle.
The AAP American Architecture Prize honors exceptional designs in 41 categories across three disciplines: architectural design, interior design, and landscape architecture. MetropolitanmomentuM won Silver Prize and Bronze Prize in the categories of Architectural Design / Misc. and Heritage Architecture respectively for Pushkinsky International Cinema Hall at Moscow – Revitalization.
This project is a renovation and extension to an old 1880’s Victorian brick house in an old suburb of Melbourne Australia. The new building at the rear of the house consists mainly of one large L shaped open plan kitchen, living and dining area with large glass doors across the rear verandah porch, as well as other utilitarian rooms.
Built in a gated community on the southern coast of the state of Rio de Janeiro, this summer house, with its 950m2, had its architectural approach defined by the natural beauty of its surroundings: one of Brazil’s most gorgeous landscapes.
Science Island is a project in Kaunas, Lithuania designed as an icon of the paradigm between the natural landscape, mankind’s intrinsic curiosity of the complexity of the universe, and the responsibility human have within it by Alper Derinbogaz. Its ultimate aim is to achieve a high quality physical and intellectual access, establishing itself as a landmark institution in the dissemination of knowledge about the world, and have its architectural syntax play an active role in the interpretation of that knowledge.
The apartment belongs to a famous French gallery owner, collector and philanthropist. His private collection includes many rare pieces of art, including a collection of works of the French abstract artist Simon Hantaï, as well as unique pieces of furniture by the iconic Italian sculptor and furniture maker Diego Giacometti. It is these works that the client wishes to display in his new interior. It was therefore very important for studio to create high-quality, photo-realistic visualisations in which every element precisely matches reality. This allows all parties to be 100% confident of the accuracy of the concept. Roskosh Design recreated works by Diego Giacometti and Simon Hantaï in 3D in order to choose the most suitable places for them in hang the new space; in this was they could find the perfect locations to emphasise the supreme quality of the art pieces.