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Fili d’Aria store in Milan, Italy by Giulio Dubbioso Architetto

Friday, August 24th, 2012

Article source: Giulio Dubbioso Architetto

GDA started from a 2 level, 70 square meter, empty space, previously used as a toy store, in a ‘900 building in Milan center, right between Corso Buenos Aires and Via Morgagni, and transformed it in something able to reflect the high craftsmanship of Fili d’Aria solutions, the past and the contemporary.

Image Courtesy GDA / Isacco Sampaolo

  • Architects:  Giulio Dubbioso Architetto
  • Project: Fili d’Aria store
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Client: Fili d’Aria S.r.l. 
  • Project date: 2011 
  • Completion: March 2012 
  • Gross floor area: 70sqm 
  • Budget: 30.000 Euro 
  • Design: Giulio Dubbioso
  • Design team: Arlinda Shequiri
  • Manufacturers / Partners: Architalia, General Electric Italia, Side Lighting Instruments
  • Pictures: GDA / Isacco Sampaolo

Image Courtesy GDA / Isacco Sampaolo

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Guria Restaurant in Santa Fé, Ciudad de México by Pascal Arquitectos

Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

Article source:  Pascal Arquitectos

Architectural design in Guria restaurant is a contemporary interpretation of old basque homes. This concept, under express request of the owners, is the continuity of a well proved and successful formula developed in the the original Spanish premises.

Image Courtesy Pascal Arquitectos

  • Architects: Pascal Arquitectos 
  • Project: Guria Restaurant
  • Location: Santa Fé, Ciudad de México
  • Interior Design: Pascal Arquitectos
  • Carlos Pascal And Gerard Pascal
  • Construction: Pascal Arquitectos
  • Date: 2004-2005
  • Area: 950 m2
  • Photographer: Jaime Navarro
  • Software used: AutoCAD

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Film Theatre Hilversum in Netherlands by Arc2 architecten & MOOST

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Article source:  Arc2 architecten & MOOST

The Film Theatre Hilversum consists of three cinemas. The glass frontage merges the foyer with the public space outside. The supporting frame is built in laminated wood, and organizes the foyer into a number of cosy niches where audience members can enjoy a drink before the film. The volume of the theatre nestles under a bend in a vehicle ramp. On this side its facade is opaque with a scaly cladding of fibre-cement sheeting.

Image Courtesy Martijn Heil

  • Architects:  Arc2 architecten & MOOST
  • Project: Film Theatre Hilversum 
  • Location: Hilversum, Netherlands
  • Client:  Filmtheater Hilversum
  • Completion: 2008
  • Photography: Martijn Heil

Image Courtesy Martijn Heil

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The Cyclops in Hilversum, HOLLAND by NIO architecten

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Article source:  NIO architecten

‘The twelve houses form an integral part of a soundproof embankment along a secondary road from Diependaal, an exclusive residential district in the woods of Hilversum. Despite its inhospitable setting and the clients’ initial scepticism, the futuristic, not to say fantastic, design of the houses attracted users who bought their houses of the drawing board, several years before delivery.

Image Courtesy NIO architecten

  • Architects:  NIO architecten
  • Project: The Cyclops
  • Location: Charley Tooropstraat, Hilversum, HOLLAND
  • Design: VHP s+a+l/NIO architecten
  • Client: Slokker Vastgoed bv
  • Contractor: Slokker Bouwgroep bv
  • Structural engineer: Adviesbureau Steens
  • Design team: Remco Arnold, Eric Lucas, Maurice Nio, Jaakko van ’t Spijker
  • Start design: 1997
  • Completion: 2001
  • Costs: € 1.495.450,00
  • Software used: Arkey and Autocad to draw/model this project

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FDR3120 Building in Buenos Aires, Argentina by A3 LUPPI UGALDE WINTER

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Article source:  A3 LUPPI UGALDE WINTER

This project arises from a particular pose of making a building as a family and study. Parents, brothers and architects make a client. Not a building, are stacked five units high. Five homes by name.

Image Courtesy Alejandro Peral

  • Architects:   A3 LUPPI UGALDE WINTER
  • Project: FDR3120 Building
  • Location: Franklin D. Roosevelt 3120, Buenos AiresArgentina
  • Design Team: Santiago Luppi, Javier Ugalde, Andrea Winter
  • Project Year: 2011
  • Photographs: Alejandro Peral

Image Courtesy Alejandro Peral

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Piscina y Palapa Familiar in La Palma, Tabasco. Mexico by Coutinho & Ponce Architects

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Article source: Coutinho & Ponce Architects

This small recreation area is located in a site located on the outskirts of the city of Villahermosa and is part of the buildings that comprise the complex of the “Fifth Mama Ali”. The palapa is a common space for the four families living in the complex.

Image Courtesy Coutinho & Ponce Architects

  • Architects: Coutinho & Ponce Architects
  • Project: Piscina y Palapa Familiar
  • Location: La Palma, Tabasco. Mexico
  • Covered Area: 320 m²
  • Date: 2011

Image Courtesy Coutinho & Ponce Architects

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Modernist Pavilion by Eduardo V. Flores

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Article source:  Eduardo V. Flores

Starting very early cultural production aimed at the promotion of a genuinely Brazilian Architecture, Eduardo deepened in the areas of Design, Architecture and Arts, rescuing several fundamental characteristics of Brazilian Modernism of the 40s. Based on School Carioca, a national style of architecture internationally called Brazilian Style, the artist brings out the whole spirit of that era combining an invigorating nostalgic architecture to what is most modern and sustainable building processes. In defense of a truly Brazilian style, Eduardo has raised questions among academic students of Architecture and managed to change the view of students who had a predilection for international styles and achieved more followers of his vision \”Neo-Modernist\”.

Image Courtesy Eduardo V. Flores

  • Architects: Eduardo V. Flores
  • Project: Modernist Pavilion
  • Software used: Sketchup and Kerkythea

Image Courtesy Eduardo V. Flores

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Futurumshop Apeldoorn in Europaweg 165, The Netherlands by AReS architecten

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

Article source: AReS architecten

On a prominent location on the outskirts of Apeldoorn we have designed a sturdy-looking business property for Futurumshop, a successful online sports retailer.

The building has some remarkable features. These include a huge glass facade across the full length of the building, the height of the building, the custom-made front panels, and also a wall consisting of 12 maritime containers. This wall acts as both a partition between the warehouse and the offices, and the general and technical services zone which includes a pantry, toilets, storage space and a conference room.

Image Courtesy Thea van den Heuvel/DAPh

  • Architects: AReS architecten, Apeldoorn
  • Project:  Futurumshop
  • Location: Europaweg 165, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands
  • Completed: november 2011
  • Client: Futurumshop.nl
  • Area: 2158 m2
  • Project Architect:Sen Heesen
  • Project Team: Tjeerd Hermsen, Rogier Penning
  • Contractor: Aan de Stegge bedrijfshuisvesting, Twello
  • Stuctural Engineer: Ingenieursbureau Hartman Constructies, Lochem
  • Photographer: Thea van den Heuvel/DAPh

 

Image Courtesy Thea van den Heuvel/DAPh

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Kitchen Aid Boutique in Monterrey, NL. Mexico by Tékne, sociedad de diseño

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

Article source:  Tékne, sociedad de diseño

Create a new boutique concept for the brand, based on the experience of different environments within the same space, but without losing the unity between them. The proposed route very different from the concept store, because they provoke feelings, instead of only displaying products in line.
Displayed each space represents a kind of space depending on the product to sell, but it exhibits in its real context.

Image Courtesy Francisco Peña

  • Architects: Tékne, sociedad de diseño
  • Project: Kitchen Aid Boutique
  • Location: Monterrey, NL. Mexico
  • Date: 2011
  • Surface: 270 sqm
  • Cosntruction: RQ arquitectos
  • Photographer: Francisco Peña
  • Software used: AutoCad and 3d studio max

Image Courtesy Francisco Peña

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Green Square Parking Deck in Raleigh, North Carolina by Clark Nexsen

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

Article source: Clark Nexsen

The Green Square Parking Deck is a nine-level parking structure that is an integral part of the redevelopment of a full city block in the downtown government complex of Raleigh, NC. The development includes the parking deck, a museum, and an office building. The deck was designed to accommodate 900 parking spaces for visitors and employees of the State of North Carolina.

Image Courtesy Jonathan Hillyer

  • Architect: Clark Nexsen (formerly Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee)
  • Project:  Green Square Parking Deck
  • Location: Raleigh, North Carolina 
  • Design Team: H. Clymer Cease, AIA, LEED AP – Principal in Charge
    Jeffrey Lee, FAIA – Design Principal
    Shann Rushing, AIA, LEED AP – Project Architect
    Albert McDonald, Assoc. AIA – Project Designer
    Ryan Johnson – Project Designer 
  • Client: State of North Carolina Department of Administration 
  • Size: 272,320 SF / 900 parking spaces 
  • Completion Date: April 2011 
  • Cost: $20 million 
  • CONSULTANTS: MEP Engineer: Engineered Designs Inc. (EDi)
    Civil, Structural and Landscape Architecture: Kimley-Horn & Associates 
  • GENERAL CONTRACTOR: Clancy & Theys Construction Co. 
  • PHOTOGRAPHY: Jonathan Hillyer Photography

Image Courtesy Jonathan Hillyer

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