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V on Shenton in UIC Building, Singapore by UNStudio

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Article source: UNStudio

Ben van Berkel / UNStudio have designed the new UIC building, ‘V on Shenton’, in the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District.

V on Shenton

  • Architects: UNStudio
  • Project: V on Shenton
  • Location: No. 5 Shenton Way, UIC Building, Singapore
  • Client: UIC Investments (Properties) Pte Ltd
  • Building surface: 85.507 m2
  • Building volume: residential tower 237m height; office tower 123m height
  • Building site: 6778 m2
  • Programme: commercial and residential redevelopment.
  • Status: finalize DD phase at end of 2011

V on Shenton


Casa Ceschi in Vicenza, Italy by Traverso-Vighy

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Article source: Traverso-Vighy


The Ceschi House leans against the 12th century walls of the city of Vicenza. The architects have “listened” to the existing building carefully: restoring the original walls using traditional techniques, while developing the interior as an independent project which allowed the redistribution of the inner spaces in a functional manner.

Image Courtesy Alessandra Chemollo

  • Architects: Traverso-Vighy
  • Project: Casa Ceschi
  • Year and location: 2010 Vicenza, Italy
  • Type: private house and office
  • Client: Barbara Ceschi a Santa Croce
  • Project Architects: traverso-vighy; Giovanni Traverso, Paola Vighy  with Giulio Dalla Gassa, Sheerja Iyer, Elena Panza, Valentina Rossetto
  • Structural analysis: Life Engineering, Ing. Franco Grazioli
  • Construction company: Impresa Bios edilizia
  • Laminated structures: Falegnameria Cereghini
  • Photo Credits: Alessandra Chemollo


Ants’ House in Madrid, Spain by Espegel-fisac Arquitectos

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Article source: Espegel-fisac Arquitectos

The Ants’ House is formally conceived considering the surrounding environment and its location on a large plot in the Manzanares Park, immersed in the mountains near Madrid.

The house is meant to dominate the vast natural world which lies beyond its entrance. Its shape is designed by nature. Just like an outstretched hand, the house works its way through the almond trees reaching out from in between the branches, reaching towards different spaces and lights effects.

Image Courtesy Joaquín Mosquera

  • Architects: Espegel-fisac Arquitectos
  • Project: Ants’ House
  • Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Project Architects: Carmen Espegel Alonso, Concha Fisac de Ron
  • Project Team: Cristina Hernández Vicario, Laia Lafuente García-Valdecasas, Isabel Camacho Bretones, Lucila Urda Peña
  • Developer: Private
  • Building contractor: Construcciones Luva Urosa S.L. / Construcciones y Contratas Garpol S.L.
  • Cost of the work €: Estimated cost: 500.000 €
  • Publications:“Vivienda y sostenibilidad en España; Vivienda unifamiliar” Toni Solanas  Gustavo Gili
  • Photography: Joaquín Mosquera, espegel-fisac arquitectos


Duecentosessanta MQ in Trento, Italy by Simone Bossi

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Article source: Simone Bossi

In a little town in the north of Italy, close to the city of Trento, there is a private park close to a small lake.  A worthless and unused tennis court was the reason for an international art competition called 260MQ organized by studio supergulp (firenze – italy)with the aim to achieve a new space quality.

Image Courtesy Simone Bossi

  • Architects: Simone Bossi
  • Project: Duecentosessanta MQ
  • Location: Evico terme – trento – Italy
  • Area: 400 mq
  • Client: private competition – first prize
  • Type: art pavillion
  • Year: 2012
  • Photo: Simone Bossi


N2X035 HOUSE in Azores Islands, Portugal by N2X Arquitectos

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Article source: N2X Arquitectos

This project is located on a plot of land of some interest in a place called Lugar da Ribeira da Praia. We started from an unusual context, as this plot housed some ruins at a higher location, naturally kept apart from the surrounding lower agglomerate with which it apparently dialogues and which we then designated as “village”.

Image Courtesy José Maria Oliveira

  • Architects: N2X Arquitectos
  • Project: N2X035 HOUSE
  • Location: Água d’Alto | Azores Islands | Portugal                                                                                                                             (37°43’3.99″N , 25°28’1.96″W)
  • Design Team : Isabel Ourique | Pedro Furtado
  • Structural Engineer : João Serpa
  • Project Year : 2012
  • Project Area : 156.00 sqm
  • Photographs : José Maria Oliveira

Image Courtesy José Maria Oliveira


Cinema Bar Aero in Prague, Czech Republic by A1 Architects

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Article source: A1 Architects

Kino Aero, the cinema and bar is one of the oldest movie clubs in Prague. Simple modernist building is originally part of an apartment block from the 30´s and especially after the Velvet revolution it became famous for its unique nonconform atmosphere within Prague´s culture space.

Cinema bar aero

  • Architects: A1 Architects
  • Project: Cinema Bar Aero
  • Location: Prague – Žižkov, Biskupcova street 31, Czech Republic
  • Client: Kino Aero, Prague 3
  • Authors: lenka křemenová and david maštálka
  • Cooperation: Silviě Luběnová – Maestrokatastrof – lighting
  • Graphics: Marta Maštálková
  • Study: Decembre 2010
  • Completion: December 2011
  • Project specialists: APS projekt s.r.o.
  • Builder: ARCUS Růžička s.r.o.
  • Crafts: Dodavatelské služby s.r.o.


Seacliff House in Sydney, Australia by Chris Elliott Architects

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Article source: Chris Elliott Architects

A house for a family of four.

Everyday life occurs on a platform overlooking the sea. Beneath this the rock is carved out to form a grotto. Above the platform is a protective cocoon for sleeping. Astride all this at roof level sits a belvedere accessible only via a narrow curved stair, as in a Martello tower.

Image Courtesy Richard Glover

  • Architects: Chris Elliott Architects, Robert Faber, Penny Mora
  • Project: Seacliff House
  • Location: Sydney, Australia
  • Builder: Hodge Wright Constructions – Clayton Hodge
  • Structural Engineer: O’Hearn Consulting – Brendon Prentice
  • Hydraulic Engineer: Buckton Lysenko – Mark Buckton
  • Landscape Architects: Terragram – Vladimir Sitta
  • Photography: Richard Glover, Vladimir Sitta
  • Software used: Microstation


Anapanasati House in Tamarindo, Costa Rica by Aarcano Arquitectura

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Article source: Aarcano Arquitectura

This is a house located in the middle of the dry forest of Guanacaste, Costa Rica, a place that used to be a cattle ranch. The work began with the reforestation of the property and selecting the right location of the house: The topography, wind, views and orientation were considered very carefully in that matter.

Image Courtesy Andrés García

  • Architects: Aarcano Arquitectura
  • Project: Anapanasati House
  • Location: Tamarindo, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
  • Design Team: Esteban Castro, Carla Carranza
  • Structural Engineer: Luis Fernando Quirós, Enrique Moreno
  • Mechanical & Electrical Engineer: Ingenieria Segura S.A.
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Project Area: 350 sqm
  • Photographs: Andrés García


Radio Museum Expansion in Ponferrada, Spain by VAUMM architects + taperstudio

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Article source: Marta Pastor Alvarez

The expansion project is built around a new courtyard, which houses the entrance to the building and provides support for “sound” connection with the old museum. The piece is inserted in the historic center offering a renewed image from the traditional imaginary. The connection of the volumes at the end of the courtyard and the inner spatial distribution, organizing servant and served spaces- enable a clear and easy travel throughout the building.

Radio Museum Expansion

  • Architects: VAUMM architects + taperstudio
  • Project: Radio Museum Expansion
  • Location: Ponferrada, Spain
  • Project Architect: VAUMM arkitekturak  (Javier Ubillos Pernaut, Jon Muniategiandikoetxea, Tomás Valenciano Tamayo, Iñigo García Odiaga, and Marta Alvarez Pastor)+ Taperstudio (Jon Ander Azpiazu Juaristi,  Unai Gomez Arriarán)


Xátiva Sport City in Valencia, Spain by ACXT Architects

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Article source: ACXT Architects

The unifying element is a Great Red Curved Roof that shelters the sports that need to be covered, embrace those who are outdoors, and integrates and surrounded by recreational areas, leisure spaces, and attractive landscaped gardens.

Located on the outskirts and with an area of more than 13 hectares, the Project comprises two new football fields for 11-a-side and for 7-a-side, two indoor football pitches, two multipurpose covered courts, tennis courts, beach volleyball, paddle courts (indoor & outdoor), basketball and minibasketball courts, french boules, skating areas, pitch and putt, pools, Basque ball game (frontón), three playgrounds, athletics track ( eight  streets) and  a jogging  path of two kilometers.

Image Courtesy David Rocaberti

  • Architects: ACXT Architects
  • Project: Xátiva Sport City
  • Location: Xátiva, Valencia, Spain
  • Site Area : 150.000㎡
  • Bldg. Area: 10.750㎡
  • Gross Floor Area : 12.500 ㎡
  • Bldg. Coverage Ratio : 1.222 %
  • Gross Floor Ratio :  0,085 %
  • Bldg. Scale :  2 Stories above Ground (firs story 10.200 m2, second story  1.300 m2),  there aren´t Stories below Ground .


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