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Tree-Trunk Garden House in Hilversum, The Netherlands by Piet Hein Eek

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

Article source: Piet Hein Eek

It sometimes happens that you are asked to produce something you have actually wanted to do for some time. A customer called and asked if we could build a log shack in his field, one that would be large enough to sit and write inside. I loved the idea from the start. Oddly enough, we’ve recently received quite a few questions about the log shack we produced years ago.

Image Courtesy © Thomas Mayer 

  • Architects: Piet Hein Eek
  • Project: Tree-Trunk Garden House
  • Location: Hilversum, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Thomas Mayer
  • Software used: AutoCAD Lite

23 Local Authority Housing in Paris, France by Avignon-Clouet Architectes

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

Article source: Avignon-Clouet Architectes

There are two buildings situated n°42-48 “Rebière” street. It includes 23 accommodations: G+3 Duplex (7 units) and G+8 (16 units + 1 association premises of 80 m2). These two separate entities surround two other buildings designed by the agency “Atelier Provisoire” from Bordeaux. The buildings are connected through exterior walkways. The selected urban location allows to create one of the only ground floor with garden, on the whole construction project of “Rebière” street.

Image Courtesy © Stéphane Chalmeau 

  • Architects: Avignon-Clouet Architectes
  • Project: 23 Local Authority Housing
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Photography: Stéphane Chalmeau
  • Software used: AutoCAD, Rhino, 3dS Max

Bularnia in Krakow, Poland by BudCud

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

Article source: BudCud

Bularnia is an honest, functional office space on the ground floor of postindustrial building on the outskirts of Cracov. The goal was to introduce more natural light to dark and overpowering interior. This move redefined new proportions of space and optically enlarged narrow and low room. What’s more, light and transparent finishing materials, such as glass, delicate steel mesh and perforated boards were used to emphasize the openness of new office space.

Image Courtesy © Kamila Kozińska 

  • Architects: BudCud
  • Project: Bularnia
  • Location: ul. Bularnia 5, 31-222 Kraków, Poland
  • Photography: Kamila Kozińska (1-3, 5-11), Agata Kadenacy (4,12)
  • Authors: BudCud ( Mateusz Adamczyk, Agata Woźniczka), Maria Schoen
  • Function: office space – accounting
  • Client: ASPEN S.A.
  • Usable area: 175 m2
  • Volume: 533 m3
  • Project Year: 2010
  • Completed: 2012
  • Software used: Autocad, Rhinoceros, SketchUp, Photoshop and Illustrator, as well as physical models.

Luminous in Tokyo, Japan by Jun Sakaguchi Architect

Friday, February 15th, 2013

Article source: Jun Sakaguchi Architect

Jun Sakaguchi as a practice director of PTW Architects won a design competition for this small commercial block in Tokyo in 2006. Crowned with a penthouse rising above the 31m height limit but within the set-back line, it glows like finely cut jewellery. Most surrounding buildings are 31m high, so the penthouse enjoys open views from the timber deck terrace to the Tokyo Station area and further up to the Shinjuku district.

Image Courtesy © Tomohiro Sakashita 

  • Architects: Jun Sakaguchi as practice director of PTW Architects
  • Project: Luminous
  • Location: Kodenma-cho, Tokyo, Japan
  • Photography: Tomohiro Sakashita
  • Type: Commercial
  • Software used: ArchiCad for rendering and AutoCAD for documentation

Kokura Tower in Kyushu, Japan by Jun Sakaguchi Architect

Friday, February 15th, 2013

Article source: Jun Sakaguchi Architect

The site is located at a prominent location facing beautiful river and Kokura Castle and Jun Sakaguchi designed a sculptural tower which shape derives from a flower famous in this region. Petal-like shape maximizes views for each apartment and provides natural ventilation. Bottom levels of the tower spreads out to the ground with its organic form.

Image Courtesy © IAO 

  • Architects: Jun Sakaguchi as practice director of PTW Architects
  • Project: Kokura Tower
  • Location: Kyushu, Japan
  • Photography: IAO
  • Completed: 2008
  • Type: Residential
  • Software used: ArchiCad to make 3D model but the documentation was done in AutoCAD

The Curving House in Gyeonggi-do, Korea by JOHO Architecture

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

Article source: JOHO Architecture

There is no home for parking

I remember that it was a winter day after snowing when I first visited the site. It was a rare residential lot with an open view to the south at the dead end of a small path beneath Mt. Gwanggyo. What was unique about this lot was that it was very hard to turn the car to come out of the path after more than 2 cars parked, because it was a small path only 4 m in width.  Ironically, the fundamental challenge was not only solving the parking problem but also creating a space for both parking and gardening to coexist.

Image Courtesy © Sun Namgoong 

  • Architects: JOHO Architecture
  • Project: The Curving House
  • Location: 678-2, Sinbong-dong, Suji-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
  • Photography: Sun Namgoong
  • Architect: Jeonghoon LEE 
  • Design Team: JOHO Architecture(Il-Sang Yoon, Gae-hee Cho) 
  • Use: Housing 
  • Completion: 2012.10 
  • Construction: Dong-jin Chea(DL donglim construction) 
  • Client: Im-jeong Choi 
  • Material: Exposed Concrete + Ash-colored Brick + STS panel(mirror type) 
  • Site area: 529.00 sqm 
  • Building area: 140.57 sqm 
  • Building to land ratio: 26.57% (<40%) 
  • Floor area ratio: 35.22% (<100%)
  • Building scope: 3F
  • Software used: Rhino & AutoCAD

Office Tower and Exhibition Center in Kai Tak, Hong Kong by Michael Arellanes II

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

Article source: Michael Arellanes II

The tower and exhibition hall is a proposal for Hong Kong’s Kai Tak development, an airport landing strip that will be reclaimed into the city as a new cultural, business, and residential district. The tower is an expressionof fluid movement that manifests into a series of folds, creases, and a bifurcation of massing creating a dual tower.

Image Courtesy Michael Arellanes II 

  • Architects: Michael Arellanes II
  • Project: Office Tower and Exhibition Center for Hong Kong
  • Location: Kai Tak, Hong Kong
  • Software used: 3D Modeling and rendering: Maya 2013. Alternative Renderings: 3D Studio MAX, Photoshop: Image adjustment, Illustrator: Importing Drawings for PDF. AutoCAD: Drawings

Kaohsiung Waterfront in Taiwan by Jvantspijker Urbanism Architecture

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

Article source: Jvantspijker Urbanism Architecture

The Kaohsiung Waterfront is being made accessible to the city and its inhabitants due to the departure of navy and industrial functions. The project proposes a strategy for waterfront redevelopment by integrating the natural beauty of the adjacent forested mountain, a low density residential/leisure oriented program and heavy central business district program in balance.

Kaohsiung waterfront development – atmospheric impression of the new face of Kaohsiung City : Image Courtesy Jvantspijker Urbanism Architecture 

  • Architects: Jvantspijker Urbanism Architecture & CULD project
  • Project: Kaohsiung Waterfront
  • Location: Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • Type: Invited competition, 1st prize
  • Client: Kaohsiung City Government
  • Partners: EDS, Taipei
  • Program/Size: 2 km waterfront, 2 million m2 mixed use
  • Status: Masterplan completed and delivered to client (2009)
  • Software used: AutoCAD and 3dS Max

Office Under the Garden in Innsbruck, Austria by Architekt Daniel Fügenschuh ZT GmbH

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

Article source: Architekt Daniel Fügenschuh ZT GmbH

A work live studio was first set up as an architect’s office for himself in 2005 when Daniel Fügenschuh converted a townhouse from 1914 in Innsbruck. Over the years the office space became too small and he decided to expand his office by placing a new built office in the underground of the townhouses’ garden. After completion the garden was laid on top again.

Image Courtesy © Christian Flatscher 

  • Architects: Architekt Daniel Fügenschuh ZT GmbH
  • Project: Office Under the Garden
  • Location: Innsbruck, Austria
  • Photography: Christian Flatscher
  • Architect: Daniel Fügenschuh 
  • Mechanical engineer: Drexel + Weiss 
  • Structural engineer: Alfred Brunnsteiner 
  • Light planner: Ferdinand Höllrigl 
  • Completed: 2008 
  • floor space: 305 m²
  • Software used: AutoCAD

Danks and Bourke in Sydney, Australia by Tony Owen Partners

Saturday, February 9th, 2013

Article source: Tony Owen Partners 

The new Danks & Bourke commercial building is a refurbishment of a 1960’s concrete furniture warehouse. It is located in the former industrial area of Danks Street, which has lately become a trendy hub for the designer commercial set. The triple-frontage building contains 5,000sqm of office space over two levels, a supermarket and specialty retail stores on the ground floor.

Image Courtesy Tony Owen Partners 

  • Architects: Tony Owen Partners 
  • Project: Danks and Bourke
  • Location: Danks Street, Sydney, Australia
  • Software used: Autocad, Revit, 3-D Studio Max, Maya and Rhino
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