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Foam, Cultural Centre in Girona, Spain by Carles Sala and Relja Ferusic, from SALA FERUSIC Architects, Barcelona

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

Article source: Carles Sala and Relja Ferusic, from SALA FERUSIC Architects, Barcelona

The Cultural Centre of ‘Roses’ is based on the design of mechanisms to conduct and qualify the natural lighting, so as to adapt it to the requirements of the centre. Therefore, the building has been considered from the idea of the sea foam, as the volume has been fluffed through  a patio that spreads the natural light into the building, while a white perforated skin tones the light down and guarantees the energy efficiency of the building.

Exterior View

  • Architect: Carles Sala and Relja Ferusic, from SALA FERUSIC Architects, Barcelona
  • Name of Project: Foam, Cultural Centre
  • Location: Roses, Girona, Spain
  • Collaboration: AYESA, Aguas y Estructuras SA
  • Client: Ajuntament de Roses
  • Surface Area: 2.600m2


Ciné-moiré: Changing the Face of Pushkin Square in Moscow, Russian Federation by Barker Freeman Design Office (designed using Rhino, Grasshopper, and Maxwell)

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

Article source: Barker Freeman Design Office

Our proposal for the historic Pushkinsky Theater creates a programmatic envelope for the existing volume that expands the territory of the theater into a series of enfolded layers and surfaces that connect the building enclosure to the plinth on which it resides and out onto the landscape of Pushkin Square itself.  The shifting angles of the new envelope knit together the two axes in the public space of the square:  the building’s frontal alignment with the park, fountain and Pushkin statue and its diagonal relationship to the Boulevard Ring angling away from it.

Cine Moire view looking out

  • Architects: Barker Freeman Design Office
  • Project: Ciné-moiré: Changing the Face of Pushkin Square
  • Location: Pushkin Square, Moscow, Russian Federation
  • Software used: Rhino, Grasshopper, and Maxwell


Busan Opera House in South Korea by Kubota & Bachmann Architects

Sunday, August 14th, 2011

Article source: Kubota & Bachmann Architects

Busan is the fifth largest port of the world. The BUSAN OPERA HOUSE (BOH) is located in the Busan North Port development area. This zone is home to a cultural complex department, museums, a maritime culture center, a cruise center, waterfront causeway, public parks, an opera, a theater and a business district. It is crucial that the BOH program and its architectural form integrate into the existing master plan, and express the new and unique creative character of the Busan North Port.

Final Exterior

  • Architects: Kubota & Bachmann Architects
  • Project: Busan Opera House
  • Location: Busan, South Korea
  • Client: Busan Metropolitan City
  • Type of Competition: Open International Competition
  • Program: Opera house (2,000 seats), Multi Purpose Theater (1,300 seats), Common area andAuxiliary facilities
  • Competition Study Area: 35 000 m²
  • Total floor area: 60 000 m²
  • Software used: Rhinocéros, 3dSMax, Autocad


Cyprus Cultural Centre in Nicosia by Hopkins Architects

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

Article source: Hopkins Architects

A focal point for Cyprus’ performing arts, showcasing national and international performances of music, dance, opera and theatre.
Following an international architectural competition in March 2007, we were awarded a commission to design a Centre for Performing Arts for symphonic and chamber music, together with dance, opera and musical theatre. In response to the growing discerning regional audience and cultural tourism, the building will also play a strong role in the Capital’s civic and educational life.

Cyprus Cultural Centre

  • Architects: Hopkins Architects
  • Project: Cyprus Cultural Centre
  • Location: Nicosia, Cyprus
  • Value: £56m
  • Size: 20,000m2
  • Client: Cyprus Cultural Foundation


Kaohsiung Vortex in Taiwan, R.O.C. by Influx Studio

Thursday, July 28th, 2011

Article source: Influx_Studio

Pop music industry is in the midst of a revolution taking place all around the world.  Taiwanese Pop will take a strong place in Asian scene thanks to a visionary national strategy. Many majors’ performing and productive pop infrastructures are being planned and constructed in Taiwan’s capitals cities. That phenomenon will foster Taiwanese Pop music as an international attraction, and it also could have the strength to create a critical enhancement of the urban tissues that hosted them.

Aerial Nigth view

  • Architects: Influx Studio
  • Project: Kaohsiung Vortex
  • Location: Kaohsiung , Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • Collaborators: Ana Pinto, Linda Ait Belkacem, Carlos Moraga, Yun Guo, Daniela Trolio
  • Engineering: ARUP
  • Client: Construction Office, Public Works Bureau, Kaohsiung City Government
  • Site Area: 12 ha
  • Project Area: 70,900 sqm
  • Project Year: 2010


Torngasok Cultural Centre in Nain, Canada by Saunders Architecture

Saturday, July 9th, 2011

Article source: Saunders Architecture

A new cultural and language centre for the Nunatsiavut government in Nain, Labrador.  The 1800 m2 space includes cultural offices for the Nunatsiavut government and for the Torgnat Mountains National Park. The main space is a large exhibition area, auditorium, café, craft shop, and an artist studio.

Torngasok Cultural Centre

  • Architects: Saunders Architecture
  • Project: Torngasok Cultural Centre
  • Location: Nain, Labrador, Canada
  • Size: 1800 m2
  • Status: Planned completion 2013
  • Credits: Todd Saunders with Attila Béres, Ken Beheim-Schwarzbach and Rubén Sáez López


Nebuta House in Aomori, Japan by molo design

Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

Article source: molo design

Nebuta House  is a museum and centre for creative culture in the Northern Japanese city of Aomori. In 2002, Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen won an international architecture competition for their design of a housing and community project in Aomori, Japan. The competition was judged by Tadao Ando and Jean Nouvel, and sponsored by the City of Aomori.

Image Courtesy Iwan Baan

  • Architects: molo design
  • Project: Nebuta House
  • Location: Aomori, Japan
  • Client: City of Aomori, Japan
  • Lead Design: molo – Todd MacAllen + Stephanie Forsythe
  • Construction documents + site supervision: d&dt Arch, Frank la Rivière Architects Inc.
  • Software used: The project was designed using a very large model of the entire building, scale: 1:20. Then the design development documents and construction documents were created in AutoCAD.


Flowing Gardens in Xi’an, China by Plasma Studio

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

Article source: Plasma Studio

The International Horticultural Expo becomes instigator and core for the redevelopment of a large area between the airport and the ancient city center of Xi’an, known as the home of the Terracotta Army and business centre of the vast Chinese interior. Plasma Studio with collaborators GroundLab and LAUR Studio won this invited international competition with a radical self-sustainable vision for the future: Flowing Gardens creates a consonant functionality of water, planting, circulation and architecture into one seamless system.

Image Courtesy Plasma Studio

  • Architects: Plasma Studio
  • Project: Flowing Gardens- Xi’an International Horticultural Expo 2011
  • Location: Xi’an, China
  • Client: Chan Ba Ecological District
  • Use: Landscape / Cultural
  • Site area: 37 Hectares


New Cultural Centre in Madrid, Spain by FÜNDC

Friday, June 17th, 2011

Article source: FÜNDC

FÜNDC, Spanish architecture and urban planning office, just finalized the largest urban intervention of the last decades made on Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid: The New Cultural Center (NCC) and the new pedestrian area on and around Padre Vallet square. It establishes itself as the origin of the new network of pedestrian spaces.

South facade (Image Courtesy César Gª Guerra)

  • Architects: FÜNDC (César García Guerra & Paz Martín Rodriguez, architects)
  • Project: New Cultural Centre
  • Location: Padre Vallet square and surroundings, Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid, Spain
  • Client: Pozuelo de Alarcón Municipality
  • Construction: Ploder-Uicesa SA
  • Use: New Cultural Center (NCC), new pedestrian square and streets, 2 level underground parking, underground bus station, underground traffic tunnels.


The EDP Foundation Cultural Centre in Lisbon, Portugal by Amanda Levete Architects

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

Article source: Amanda Levete Architects

The EDP Foundation Cultural Centre in Lisbon is a project about water, light, reflections and people – a building that captures the essence of the unique riverside site and the extraordinary southern light of Lisbon.

The EDP Foundation Cultural Centre - (c) AL_A

  • Architects: Amanda Levete Architects
  • Project: The EDP Foundation Cultural Centre
  • Location: Lisbon, Portugal
  • Client: EDP
  • Programme: Cultural Centre
  • Area: 8,000 m²


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