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Lustica Bay Resort in Radovici, Montenegro by EDSA

Saturday, October 19th, 2013

Article source: EDSA

The richly textured landscape combined with the presence of a strong history and architectural language provides the inspiration for the planning and design of Luštica Bay Resort. With its dramatic setting, Luštica Bay Resort offers a variety of residential and hotel offerings.

Image Courtesy © EDSA

  • Architects: EDSA
  • Project: Lustica Bay Resort
  • Location: Radovici, Montenegro
  • Client: Lustica Development A.D.
  • Scope: Master Planning and Detailed Design Services
  • Scale: 440 Hectares.
  • Software used: Sketch-up, Adobe Creative Suite programs like Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign as well as AutoCAD Maps, Civil 3D, and Mcolor

Pizzeria Susanna in New York by Sergio Mannino Studio

Friday, October 18th, 2013

Article source: Sergio Mannino Studio

We are pleased to announce the opening of a new authentic Italian pizzeria, Susanna, located in the heart of Greenwich Village on Bleecker Street. Susanna was born from the dream of 3 Italian brothers who came to New York City to start a new life and who wanted to offer authentic Italian style thin crust pizza.

Image Courtesy © Sergio Mannino Studio

  • Architects: Sergio Mannino Studio
  • Project: Pizzeria Susanna
  • Location: New York
  • Software used: 3dsmax, AutoCad, illustrator and photoshop

CORE in Joplin, Missouri by Q4 Architects

Friday, October 18th, 2013

Article source: Q4 Architects

CORE recently won first prize in the AIA Designing Recovery design competition for the Joplin, Missouri site.

Designed by Q4 Architects, CORE in Joplin, MO is designed to address the local vernacular by combining two single-cell homes: a centrally located \”Safe House\” acts as the hearth and divides a \”Perimeter House\”. The Safe House contains all of the functions of ‘home’ that are necessary for a family to recover quickly from disaster and live for an extended period of time until rebuilding is possible.

Image Courtesy © Q4 Architects

  • Architects: Q4 Architects
  • Project: CORE
  • Location: Joplin, Missouri
  • Software used: Autocad, Revit, and the Adobe Creative Suite

Unification of the entrances to the Banc Sabadell tower block in Barcelona, Spain by Mateo Arquitectura

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013

Article source: Mateo Arquitectura

In one corner of this great space, we lay out the main entrance to the tower block.

At the corner of the floor plan there is a triangle. The space is black but full of life, veined with colour.

One side of the triangle marks the border, the point of control. Another, annexed to it, offers an unusual view, slightly raised above the rest.

Image Courtesy © Adrià Goula

  • Architects: Mateo Arquitectura
  • Project: Unification of the entrances to the Banc Sabadell tower block
  • Location: Barcelona, Spain
  • Photography: Adrià Goula
  • Author: Josep Lluís Mateo
  • Client: Banc Sabadell Atlántico
  • Design date: 2010
  • Construction date: 2012-2013
  • Surface area: 100 m2
  • Structures: BOMA, Agustí Obiol
  • Installations: Grupo JG
  • Technical architect: Ignacio Herrera
  • Software used:  Autocad, 3D studio and Photoshop

Glass Pavilion in California by MARK DZIEWULSKI ARCHITECT

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013


A new sculptural glass pavilion is the key element for the makeover of this 1970’s office tower, which includes the lobby, retail space and the exterior facade. The dynamic and transparent form provides a dramatic entrance that is intended to transform the perception of the entire building. It creates a highly visible identity and has become a recognizable landmark within the business district. As well as the new pavilion, the project includes stone cladding to the exterior, a new lobby and additional retail space.

Image Courtesy © Mark Dziewulski Architect

  • Project: Glass Pavilion
  • Location: 450 Sansome StreetSan Francisco, California
  • Glass Pavilion: 16 story office tower, 129,000 sq. ft (12,000m2)
  • Software used: AutoCAD

ONE FAMILY HOUSE IN Barcelona, Spain by YLAB Arquitectos

Friday, October 11th, 2013

Article source: YLAB Arquitectos

The project is situated in the Vallvidrera neighborhood, a residential area with views overlooking the city of Barcelona, surrounded by the Collserola natural park, in a very sloped and small plot situated between a valley and a pine forest.

The objectives of the project were to get the maximum possible building area within a tight budget and an optimized orientation of all openings while protecting the privacy of the owners.

Image Courtesy © Marcela Grassi

  • Architects: YLAB Arquitectos
  • Location: Barcelona, Spain
  • Photography: Marcela Grassi
  • Authors: Tobias Laarmann and Yolanda Yuste López
  • Client: Private
  • Area: 286.91 m2
  • Craftmen: Coter de Construcciones, Ebanistería Agüera
  • Software used: AutoCAD and Maya

Liard River Hot Springs in British Columbia by FORMLINE ARCHITECTURE + URBANISM

Thursday, October 10th, 2013


The Liard River Hot Springs project replaces the existing timber deck and change room facility that was eroding due to environmental exposure. The design addresses the needs of the rugged northern climate while creating a welcoming environment for the hot spring bathers. The project consists of new separate mens and womens changerooms, an expanded and upgraded deck, hot springs amenities and an upgraded path network.


  • Project: Liard River Hot Springs
  • Location: British Columbia
  • Completed: November 2012
  • Site Area: 310 m² (3335 ft²)
  • Client: Ministry of the Environment, Province of BC
  • Design Team: Alfred Waugh (Architect in Charge), Matthew Lahey, Nick Bray
  • Consultants: Structural Engineer: Equilibrium Consulting
  • Contractor: Bear Mountain Construction
  • Software used: Autocad and Sketchup


Thursday, October 10th, 2013


CONTEMPORARY REFUGE – Investigating the relationship between freedom of architectural expression and its limit, beyond which it expires in the style and in the arbitrariness, the project aims to create a living environment rich and free in its use, seamless continuity between the exterior and interior spaces characterized by fluidity and by the lack of a functional purpose rigid but flexible and interesting.


  • Project: SEASIDE VILLA
  • Software used: AUTOCAD

Hajdo house in Odorheiu Secuiesc, Romania by s.c. BLIPSZ s.r.l

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

Article source: s.c. BLIPSZ s.r.l

The land dominates the context defining factors: the orientation of the houses, favorable for every day life is obviously towards South, yet the slope which offers the view of the town in the valley and the faraway mountains descends to the North. The project assumes this contradiction and organizes the living space around the South-West facing terrace up the slope; the terrace is partially shaded from East and West and its position is vaguely reminiscent of the traditional household, organized around the yard.

Image Courtesy © Bence MAKKAI

  • Architects: s.c. BLIPSZ s.r.l
  • Project: Hajdo house
  • Location: Odorheiu Secuiesc, Romania
  • Photography: Ákos KÚN, Bence MAKKAI, István BENEDEK, Arnold MACALIK
  • Architecture, general planning: BLIPSZ +  Atelier F.K.M., Cluj-Napoca / Kolozsvár / Klausenburg, Transylvania, RO
  • Authors: István BENEDEK, Arnold MACALIK,
  • Team: István PÁSZTOR
  • Structure: s.c. Lamina s.r.l. (Jácint VIRÁG), Cluj-Napoca / Kolozsvár / Klausenburg, Transylvania, RO
  • Installations: s.c. Profinstal s.r.l. (Vlad ANASTASIU), Cluj-Napoca, Transylvania, RO
  • Execution: s.c. Octogon Invest s.r.l.
  • Design, execution: 2008-2011
  • Built area: 175 sqm
  • Gross built area: 245 sqm
  • Funding: private
  • Budget: aprox. 150000EUR
  • Software used: AutoCAD LT, SketchUP with Vray plug-in, Photoshop

Casa das Artes in Miranda do Corvo, Portugal by Future Architecture Thinking

Tuesday, October 8th, 2013

Article source: Future Architecture Thinking

The Casa das Artes (House of the Arts) in Miranda do Corvo expresses the meetingbetween two identities, rural and urban, in a landscape marked by the Lousã Mountains.

Image Courtesy © João Morgado

  • Architects: Future Architecture Thinking
  • Project: Casa das Artes
  • Location: Miranda do Corvo, Portugal
  • Photography: João Morgado
  • Client: Municipalityof Miranda do Corvo
  • Area: 2.360 sqm
  • Project Team: Architect Miguel Correia, Architect Cláudia Campos, Architect SérgioCatita, ArchitectPatríciade Carvalho, Architect Miguel Cabral, Architect Margarida Magro, Architect Sara Gonçalves, Architect Telmo Maia, Architect Gabriel Santos, ArchitectHilárioAbril, Engineer José Pico, Landscape Architect Sara Távora
  • Builder: TECNORÉM – Engenharia e Construções, S.A.
  • Year: 2010 /2013
  • Software used: REVIT, Autocad and 3DS MAX
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