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Apocalyptic Resort for the 2012 Doomsday in Granada, España by Manuel Ocaña + Carlos Arroyo

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

Article source: Manuel Ocaña + Carlos Arroyo

This is a strange commission: A “culture ark” in order to retrieve civilization after the 2012 apocalypse.

Located at a mountain slope in Sierra Nevada, Spain, and promoted by Belgian foundation, we were asked to develop the spatial concept to ensure the survival of 20 families and thousands of books for three years.

Apocalyptic Resort for the 2012 Doomsday

  • Architects: Manuel Ocaña + Carlos Arroyo
  • Project: Apocalyptic Resort for the 2012 Doomsday
  • Location: Sierra Nevada. Granada. España
  • Collaborators: KarolinaKurzac y Miguel Mollins
  • Presupuesto: 4.500.000 €
  • Promoter: Fundación Mataha Foundation
  • Software used: Rhino + Autocad + Photoshop

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S-Mahal in Gyeonggi-do, Korea by Moon Hoon (designed using AutoCAD and SketchUp)

Sunday, June 24th, 2012

Article source: Moon Hoon

When I was a high school student, I had a friend of slight build who always used to carry the Book of Changes with him and was interested in Korean traditional classical music. He was faithful in his religious life, at the same time full of curiosity about the secular world and always paced around restlessly. One day after 20 years, he called me out of the blue. He had in the meantime become a veterinarian and wished to move to India a few years later to lead his own life. After getting together with him for a chat over a drink a couple of times he asked me to design a house where he, his wife and her parents would live together. He wanted me to build an inner court and madang where he could raise animals, as well as a prayer room.

Image Courtesy Kim Yong Kwan

  • Architects: Moon Hoon
  • Project: S-Mahal
  • Location: 109-2 Daesim_ri, Yangseo-myeon, Yangpyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
  • Design Team: Kim Suki, Lee Kyong Ho, Kam dong ho, Park Jung Mok
  • Client: Son Dae Ho
  • Completion Date: March 2007
  • Total Site Area: 741.00M2
  • Total Floor Area: 147.12M2
  • Construction: Reinforced Concrete
  • Material: exterior/ Sprayed Paint, waterproof curtain; Interior/ wood flooring, wall paper
  • Photography: Kim Yong Kwan, Monthly Homeliving&Style: Park Chan Woo
  • Software used: AutoCAD and SketchUP

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Petting farm in Den Uyl Park, Netherlands by 70F architecture

Saturday, June 23rd, 2012

Most city parts of Almere, a city with almost 190.000 inhabitants, have a petting farm. In the ‘den Uyl’ park there used to be one, but it burned down in the early 80’s, leaving only its concrete foundation. Early 2005 we were commissioned by the municipality of Almere to design a new petting farm on the exact location and the remaining foundation. The building was finally built using almost only sponsored money, and finished late 2008.

Image Courtesy luuk kramer

  • Architects:  70F architecture
  • Project:  Petting Farm
  • Location:  Den Uyl Park, Almere, Netherlands
  • Project Area:  126 m2
  • Design:  2005 • Completion: 2008
  • Cost:  € 150,000
  • Client:  Municipality of Almere
  • Program: Petting farm
  • Photo : luuk kramer
  • Software used: mix of Autocad/3D studio and Vectorworks
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Dwelling in Etura by Roberto Ercilla Arquitectura

Saturday, June 23rd, 2012

Article source: Roberto Ercilla, Arquitectura

The visual impact of the housing is reduced by placing it below the access level into the side, with a piece strongly over hanged. This is achieved by minimal intervention in the environment (9% parcel occupancy). The roof garden with a small access pavilion and vehicle protection completes the intervention.

Dwelling in Etura

 

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Writhing Tower in Lima, Peru by LYCS Architecture (designed using Rhino and AutoCAD)

Saturday, June 23rd, 2012

Article source: LYCS Architecture

Writhing Tower, is a LYCS designed Sky Condo for one of the most beautiful residential zones in Lima, is a global architectural competition initiated by ARQUIA, an international development firm interested in commissioning architecture as art.

Each unit is rotated 45 degrees to create a cruciform shape in plan and the appearance of a linear hinged volume. It enables each unit to have uninterrupted views to both the public park in front of the site, and the ocean to the rear of the site. Additionally, each unit has blocked views to the unit above and below it, so as to create extra privacy. Each unit is a two-story townhouse, with a terrace for a garden with trees, and a pool with a deck.

Image Courtesy LYCS Architecture

  • Architects: LYCS Architecture
  • Project: Writhing Tower
  • Location: Lima, Peru
  • Project Date: March, 2012
  • Status: Concept
  • Design Team: Hao Ruan, Devin Jernigan, Vedrana Puhalo, Max Peterschmidt
  • Image Credit: LYCS Architecture
  • Roof: 279m²
  • Typical Duplex: 524m² (X10)
  • Software used: Rhino and Autocad

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Paramos House in Espinho, Portugal by Atelier Nuno Lacerda Lopes

Saturday, June 23rd, 2012

Article source: Atelier Nuno Lacerda Lopes

This housing solution is endowed with generously sized areas and its functional diagram suggests a way of inhabiting adapted to new ways of contemporary living.

It consists of three floors where all social space is located the ground floor, the private areas are distributed in the first floor, and the technical and support areas are positioned in the basement level.

 

Image Courtesy Nelson Garrido

  • Architects: Atelier Nuno Lacerda Lopes – CNLL
  • Project: Paramos House
  • Location : Paramos, Espinho
  • Year : 2003-2007
  • Client : anonymous
  • Architecture Coordination : Nuno Lacerda Lopes
  • Architecture Collaboration : Natália Rocha, Ângelo Monteiro
  • Specialities : Ana Maria Viana, Paula Araújo, Miguel Venâncio
  • Plot Area : 1.988 m2
  • Total Construction Area : 783 m2
  • Model : CNLL
  • Photography : Nelson Garrido
  • Software used: AutoCAD

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Sheepstable in Almere, the Netherlands by 70F Architecture

Friday, June 22nd, 2012

Article source: 70F Architecture

The city of Almere has a sheep population of about 80 sheep. The sheep are mobilized to keep the powerful weed “acanthus” or “bears-breech” that grows in the “vroege vogel” – forest and “kromsloot” – park in Almere under control. To centralize and house this population, a sheep stable was needed. The stable is designed with an a-symmetrical homogeneous cross-section. The part of the building where the sheep reside is relatively low; the high part is situated above the (public) pathway and the hay storage section, making it possible to store a maximum amount of hay. This shape also creates a natural flow for the air inside the building, which is refreshed by two slits at the foot of each long side of the building.

Image Courtesy Luuk Kramer

  • Architects: 70F Architecture
  • Project: Sheepstable
  • Location: Muiderweg 8, 1351 GJ, Almere, the Netherlands
  • Design team: Bas ten Brinke (Project Leader) and Carina Nilsson MScA (Project Architect)
  • Photographer: Luuk Kramer, luuk@luukkramer.nl
  • Commissioner: the City of Almere, the Netherlands, DMO NME, Hans Warrink
  • Contractor: Reimert Bouw- en Infra, Almere, the Netherlands, Ben van Nieuwenhuizen
  • Gross floor area: 400 m2
  • Building costs: €300.000,- ex. VAT.
  • Project start: 2003
  • Project finished: 2007
  • Software used: mix of Autocad/3D studio and Vectorworks

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Villa Frenay in Lelystad, The Netherlands by 70F Architecture

Friday, June 22nd, 2012

Article source: 70F Architecture

The commission (March 2008) consisted of a detached house with outbuildings on a plot in villa park ‘de Noordzoom’ in Lelystad, at the foot of the Enkhuizen – Lelystad dike. The family wanted, like many others, light, air and space.

The house is a one-story bungalow, while the site asked for a response to “living at the water.” The latter is accomplished by making a veranda along the entire length of the building (south), at the most important rooms of the house; from bedroom, to wardrobe, to the master bathroom, to hobby room to the kitchen and finally to the dining- and around the corner the living room. Along this line, there is a transition from water to veranda, to completely glass facade, with doors behind which all mentioned areas are.

Image Courtesy Luuk Kramer

  • Architects: 70F Architecture
  • Project: Villa Frenay
  • Location: Lommerrijk 18, 8241 AZ Lelystad, The Netherlands
  • Project Architect: Carina Nilsson
  • Project Leader: Bas ten Brinke
  • Engineer: van Rossum Almere
  • Contractor: Ubink Almere
  • Photographer: Luuk Kramer
  • Completed: May 2010
  • Software used: mix of Autocad/3D studio and Vectorworks

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City Tower in Cheongna, Korea by Gianluca Milesi Architecture

Thursday, June 21st, 2012

Article source: Gianluca Milesi Architecture

In the City Tower competition in Cheongna, Korea, was asked to design an high rise building in a city of future development. Our principal idea for this project has been to concentrate and organize an urban complex node in an unique building and a center of attraction. Our intention has been to formalize this main concept through a consistent architectural structure with a form that respects its consistency in every part, still taking different shapes in order to host the different functions of the project program.

City Tower in Cheongna

  • Architects: Gianluca Milesi Architecture
  • Project: City Tower
  • Location: Cheongna, Korea
  • International Competition Not Due, 2009-2010
  • Software used: The projects are redacted using mostly 3dstudio max with the eventual contribution of autocad, with different renderings engines, in particular we have used mental ray.

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ANTONY in Paris, France by ARCHI5

Thursday, June 21st, 2012

Article source: ARCHI5

The project’s design and planning focus on a thorough understanding of the local context. The building responds to existing scales. Its location and architecture dentote the space´s public nature and inject new life into the site. By taking surrounding public spaces into consideration when designing the project ,we reinforced the notion that this building is a public facility, a landmark within the surrounding disorder.

Image Courtesy Thomas Jorion

  • Architects: ARCHI5
  • Project: ANTONY
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Photography: Thomas Jorion
  • Software used: Autocad for all the plans. For 3D, Rhino and 3DS and Photoshop for all the renderings.

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