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Capriole Café in The Hague, The Netherlands by Bureau Fraai

Sunday, February 12th, 2017

Article source: Bureau Fraai 

Amsterdam based architecture studio Bureau Fraai has converted a former paint factory in The Hague into a coffee bar, restaurant and business centre with a fully steel bar element as an interconnecting eye-catcher.

The restaurant and coffee experience named Capriole Café is one of the first hospitality concepts in the upcoming industrial neighbourhood the “Binckhorst” in The Hague, which will be developed into a residential and business area the coming decade.

Image Courtesy © René van Dongen/ Pascal Striebel

  • Architects: Bureau Fraai (Rikjan Scholten, Daniel Aw)
  • Project: Capriole Café
  • Location: The Hague, The Netherlands
  • Photography: René van Dongen/ Pascal Striebel
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp and Podium
  • Client: Capriole Coffee Service
  • Interior builder: Metnils interieurmaatwerk
  • Steelwork: Hametec
  • Contractor: Meesterbouw
  • Floor area total m2: 317m2
  • Status: Completed 2016

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MT House in Nuevo León, México by GLR Arquitectos

Sunday, February 12th, 2017

Article source: GLR Arquitectos

A property of great dimensions and a steep slope, grants us unmatched potential views towards the north of the city. A grand golf club in the foreground as well as other green areas of the city, are topped by the majestic “Cerro de Las Mitras”, a distinctive mitre-shaped mountain. The residential scheme is resolved in a linear way on its three levels, ensuring all areas of the house enjoy the previously described views.

Image Courtesy © Jorge Taboada

  • Architects: GLR Arquitectos (Gilberto L. Rodríguez)
  • Project: MT House
  • Location: Monterrey, Nuevo León, México
  • Photography: Jorge Taboada
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Project Team: Emmanuel Soto, Raúl Torres, Rafael Návar, Pamela Díaz de León, Oscar O Farrill, Gaby Gutiérrez, David Alatorre
  • Extension: 1,900 M2
  • Year: 2012 – 2015

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Charles Malis in Brussels, Belgium by LD2 architecture + Stéphanie Willocx Architecte + MAMOUT architectes

Thursday, February 9th, 2017

Article source: MAMOUT architectes 

The building is located in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, a multicultural and dense municipality situated in the north part of Brussels, Belgium

The assignment for the competition was to transform an industrial site into a local city-hall branch including a waiting room, 12 counters and administration offices. The existing building used to be part of a complex for the production of cigarettes, which has been largely demolished in the past decades. Nowadays only two volumes remain along the rue Charles Malis.

Image Courtesy © studio fiftyfifty

  • Architects: LD2 architecture + Stéphanie Willocx Architecte + MAMOUT architectes
  • Project: Charles Malis
  • Location: rue Charles Malis 40, Molenbeek-Saint-Jean 1080, Brussels, Belgium
  • Photography: studio fiftyfifty
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Client: Municipality of Molenbeek-Saint-Jean
  • Owner: Municipality of Molenbeek-Saint-Jean
  • Structure: MOBAT Engineering
  • Techniques: GTD Engineering
  • Construction Company: Gillion construct
  • Gross area: 990m²
  • Construction time: 2015-2016

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Evry Housing units in France by Beckmann-N’Thépé

Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

Article source: Beckmann-N’Thépé

This project is part of the scheme to reconsider urban identity in the Centre Urbain, the new neighbourhood that is the emblem of the future Evry. Rows, set back buildings, an interplay of terraces, and “urban windows” create an openness towards the heart of the small island.

Image Courtesy © Olivier Amsellem

  • Architects: Beckmann-N’Thépé (Françoise N’Thépé)
  • Project: Evry Housing units (RY3 lot: 98 dwelling units + 4 shops + car park)
  • Location: Évry, France
  • Photography: Olivier Amsellem
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Associated architects: RY1+2 lots: Claus en Kaan, Carlos Jimenez studio
  • Landscape designers: Agence Desvignes
  • Construction managing service: SNC Lavalin
  • Client: ING Real Estate + Crédit Agricole Immobilier
  • Client executive manager: Orénoque
  • Developer: AFTRP

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Marne-la-Vallée University Library in Paris, France by Beckmann-N’Thépé

Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

Article source: Beckmann-N’Thépé

Future heart and social area of the Marne-la-Vallée university campus, the new central library has the significant advantage of being located on an outstanding site: the Ferme de la Haute Maison. Dating from the 17th century, this \”historic\” site endows the building with a strategic role. Its identity does not just stem from the quality of the constructions: the surrounding moat, which extends into a water garden, and the central courtyard which becomes the main parvis, are two federating components of this site, generating a special emotion.

Image Courtesy © Olivier Amsellem

  • Architects: Beckmann-N’Thépé
  • Project: Marne-la-Vallée University Library
  • Location: Marne-la-Vallée, Paris, France
  • Photography: Olivier Amsellem
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Client: Marne-la-Vallée University (Marne-la-Vallée –77, France)
  • Client Assistance: AURIS (Boulogne Billancourt – 92, France)
  • Project manager: Hélène Méhats
  • Architects: Fabio Cummaudo, Wilfried Daufy, Anne-Catherine Dufros, Marc Durand, Nicolas Gaudard, Thamila Hamiti, David Malaval, David Tajchman, Frédéric Taupin
  • Assistant architects: Amélie Authier, Maïté Dupont, Li Fang, Linna Lay, Laetitia Pignol

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B018 in Beirut, Lebanon by DW5/ Bernard Khoury

Sunday, February 5th, 2017

Article source: DW5/ Bernard Khoury 

B018 is a music club, a place of nocturnal survival.

In the early months of 1998, the B018 moved to the “Quarantaine”, on a site that was better known for its macabre aura. The “Quarantaine” is located at the proximity of the port of Beirut. During the French protectorate, it was a place of quarantine for arriving crews. In the recent war it became the abode of Palestinian, Kurdish and South Lebanese refugees (20,000 in 1975). In January 1976, local militia men launched a radical attack that completely wiped out the area. The slums were demolished along with the kilometer long bordering wall that isolated the zone from the city. Over twenty years later, the scars of war are still perceptible through the disparity between the scarce urban fabric of the area and the densely populated neighborhoods located across the highway that borders the zone.

Image Courtesy © DW5/ Bernard Khoury

  • Architects: DW5/ Bernard Khoury
  • Project: B018
  • Location: Beirut, Lebanon
  • Photography: JON SHARD, ANNE FRANCOISE PELLISSIER and IEVA SAUDARGAITE
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Status: Built 1998

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Nerima House in Tokyo, Japan by Elding Oscarson

Sunday, February 5th, 2017

Article source: Elding Oscarson 

On a plot in Tokyo, a small garden has been thriving next to an old house for a long time. As the tiny existing building was replaced, our client really wanted to preserve the garden and allow it to sprawl all around the house. The small plot should also fit a parking, the maximum footprint of the house, and the necessary gap to the site perimeter. The client is a couple that will first use this house as a weekend house before eventually moving to Tokyo. They also have grown-up children living in Tokyo and abroad that will inhabit the house from time to time. Therefore, the program was fairly unspecified, and rather than making a house with many small rooms, we opted for a concept which gives a few large spaces in this small house.

Image Courtesy © Kenichi Suzuki

  • Architects: Elding Oscarson [Jonas Elding (Partner in Charge), Johan Oscarson (Partner in Charge), Yuko Maki (Project Architect)]
  • Project: Nerima House
  • Location: Tokyo, Japan
  • Photography: Kenichi Suzuki
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Local Architect: Koichiro Tokimori, Osamu Kato
  • Structural Engineer: Jun Sato Structural Engineering, Yuko Mihara (Project Engineer)
  • Mechanical Engineer: System Design Labo
  • Builder: Kudo Komuten
  • Gardener: Tokuzo
  • Curtain: Akane Moriyama
  • Construction Cost: 38.000.000 yen
  • Site area: 109 m2
  • Building area (gross): 46 m2
  • Total floor area (gross): 99 m2
  • Completion: 2015

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Nha que in Nha Trang, Vietnam by a21 studĩo

Friday, February 3rd, 2017

Article source: a21 studĩo

The house is nostalgia for Cham ethnic’s traditional house with a modern living space. The aim of the design is making a house using all familiar local materials and nomal building methods, so the design can speak itself with minimum care for artificial lighting and material use. The house is a 45degree diagonal block, divided the 18mx20m site into 2 triangle gardens. From here, all the views inside the house and toward gardens are framed in various ways – from the combination of basic elements: white brick walls, wooden beams, openings and the roof.

Image Courtesy © Quang Tran

Image Courtesy © Quang Tran

  • Architects: a21 studĩo
  • Project: Nha que
  • Location: Nha Trang, Vietnam
  • Photography: Quang Tran
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Client: Anh Kin
  • Materials: Concrete, brick, wood, ceramic tiles
  • Project area: 360 m2
  • Building area: 142 m2
  • Completed: 2016

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Extension of a Post-War House in Zeist, The Netherlands by Lab-S + Kraal Architecten

Thursday, February 2nd, 2017

Article source: Lab-S

Contrast and balance in the same renovation project

A timber clad extension creates a new relationship between a brick semi-detached house and its green surrounding.

Kraal Architecten and Lab-S have joined forces for the renovation of a semi-detached house in Zeist, the Netherlands. The project consists of a large interior transformation with a total new layout and a new addition at the back of the original house.

Image Courtesy © Ed van Rijswijk

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The Wood Duck in Québec, Canada by L’Abri

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

Article source: L’Abri

The Wood Duck is L’Abri’s first built house design. A simple concept, rational plan and traditional methods of construction were put forward to simplify the construction of the project, self-build by a young carpenter with a modest budget. The architecture is humble : the little wood volume recedes in the landscape.

This little house was drawn for a young carpenter wishing to self-build his first home in Bolton, in the Eastern Townships of Quebec.

Image Courtesy © L’Abri

  • Architects: L’Abri
  • Project: The Wood Duck
  • Location: Québec, Canada
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp

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