Archive for the ‘Garden’ Category
Friday, January 2nd, 2015
Article source: OGAWASEKKEI
This project is to create a gallery and office-living space for a landscape architect by renovating a rental property of two-story wooden building located at a short distance from central part of Gifu city by Nagara River. Since this is a rental property, the renovation is focused on finishing of wall, floor, and ceiling rather than changing plan or section plans to create a space. The first floor will be the gallery and the second floor will be the office-living space.
Image Courtesy © Masato Kawano (Nacasa&Partners)
- Architects: OGAWASEKKEI
- Project: Enzo. Gallery and Office
- Location: Gifu city , GIfu , Japan
- Photography: Masato Kawano (Nacasa&Partners)
- year: 2014
- Area: 66.9sqm
Thursday, December 18th, 2014
Article source: Clara Nubiola
This project started some time ago. Close relatives brought up the idea of constructing a wc/changing room in the garden. A place to change in and out of a bathing suit since the pond is used as a pool, thus avoiding having to go to the house in order to get changed. A place also to wash one’s hands after the “calçotades” that have already been established as a winter tradition. Pen, paper and inspection of the area to decide where would we place it.
Image Courtesy © Adrià Goula
- Architects: Clara Nubiola
- Project: Dressing Room for a Garden with a Pond
- Location: Tarragona, Spain
- Photography: Adrià Goula
Thursday, December 11th, 2014
Article source: bandesign,Ltd. Hisanori Ban
A family has never been forgotten pretty comfortable space. They remember that one day went camping to a valley, go ahead bravely in deep, and then found a place finally where they could see no people without the family. The family named it Secret Garden.
There is everything at the garden and every necessary in the tent for the family. They imaged for them house as the place.
Image Courtesy © Shigetomo Mizuno
- Architects: bandesign,Ltd. Hisanori Ban
- Project: Secret Garden
- Location: Komaki City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
- Photography: Shigetomo Mizuno
- Building area: 144.53sqm
- Site area: 473.97sqm
- Year: 2014
Tuesday, December 9th, 2014
Article source: Heatherwick Studio
Following Transport for London’s (TfL) tender for proposals to improve pedestrian links across the river, Heatherwick Studio and actor and campaigner Joanna Lumley have developed an idea for a new pedestrian ‘Garden Bridge’ across the River Thames; a scheme to connect North and South London with a garden. As one of the greenest cities of its size in the world, this precious new piece of landscape will add to London’s rich and diverse horticultural heritage of heathlands, parks, squares, allotments and community gardens and support many indigenous river edge plant species.
Image Courtesy © Heatherwick Studio
Wednesday, November 26th, 2014
Article source: Duarte Caldas de Almeida
This113m2 vertical garden is located in Espaço Espelho d’Água – a new restaurant/gallery/concert venue located next to the river in Belem, Lisbon. It wraps around the four walls of the kitchen that is inserted in the open space of this renovated 40s pavilion. Several windows cuts through the plant surface making a see-through space from side to side of the building.
Image Courtesy © Duarte Caldas de Almeida
- Architects: Duarte Caldas de Almeida
- Project: ESPAÇO ESPELHO D’ÁGUA
- Location: Lisbon, Portugal
- Photography: Bruno Lopes
- Landscape architect: Vertical Garden design
- Size: 113m2
- Completion: date 2014
Tuesday, November 18th, 2014
Article source: Federico Giacomarra
The project Empathy Garden was born as an installation in the Central Pavilion of the Exhibition Centre of Villa Erba on the Lake of Como in occasion of Orticolario (3-5 October 2014) – one of Italy’s leading events on advanced gardening.
Image Courtesy © Federico Giacomarra
- Architects: Federico Giacomarra
- Project: Empathy Garden
- Location: Central Pavilion, Centro Congressi Villa Erba. Cernobbio, Como.
- Concept and Design: Giacomarra Architecture
- Landscape Architecture: Matteo Fogaroli Landscape Architecture
- Music and Sound Design: IacopoSinigaglia
- Interaction Design: Marco Pesoli
- Marketing: Domenico Canzioniero
- Client: Orticolario 2014
- Size: 300 sqm
- Budget: 30’000 €
- Software used:
- Rhinoceros 3d + Grasshopper an advanced computational modeling tool. We used optimization algorithms to reduce the types of components, the software calculated the length of each flower box side reducing the number of variations. The parametric approach was crucial to find the best oriented production design.The roar was thus chosen as base module, in that it offered a good coverage of the space whilst optimizing the number of components. The base modules are six, from 0.5 sqm to 3 sqm, formed by the combination of 4 different cuts which then compose the sides of the planters, 8 different nodes with as many optimized variations for the joining of the elements. The result is a total area of 300 square meters, consisting of 50 modules and 90 nodal elements.
Friday, October 24th, 2014
Article source: Jantzen Studio
The Solar Gardens Visitors Center was created as a proposal for a large public art structure designed to harvest energy from the sun, and to collect and store rainwater for use in and around the structure. In addition, the structure and the surrounding plaza would be made from photo catalytic concrete that cleans itself, and the air.
Image Courtesy © Jantzen Studio
Architects: Jantzen Studio
Project: The Solar Gardens Visitors Center (more…)
Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014
Article source: Metrogramma
Contemporary monumental works hanging amid shapes, visions, and concepts for the challenging installation created by Metrogramma for Margraf at the upcoming edition of Marmomacc (VeronaFiere, September 24-27, 2014).
Image Courtesy © Metrogramma
- Architects: Metrogramma
- Project: Margraf Hanging Gardens
- Location: VeronaFiere, Italy
Saturday, September 27th, 2014
Article source: HASCHER JEHLE
The Wilhelma in Stuttgart is a zoological botanical garden that comprises part of the Rosenstein Park, an English landscaped garden created in the 19th century along a steep-sloped valley basin typical of Stuttgart’s topography. The design concept for the new ape house picks up the characteristic themes of ridge, valley and forest.
Image Courtesy ©HASCHER JEHLE
- Architects: HASCHER JEHLE
- Project: ENCLOSURE FOR AFRICAN APES WILHELMA
- Location: Wilhelma – Zoologisch-botanischer Garten, Stuttgart
- Client: Land Baden-Württemberg
- Team competition: Johannes Raible, Moritz Müller-Werther
- Project head: Ralf Mittmann, Jens Riepen, Johannes Raible
- Assistance: John Barnbrook, Peter Edlinger, Jenny Katholy, Maxi,Milian Porzelt, Nadine Sawade, Christian Speelmanns
- Interns: Aloysia Forestier, Katharina Lengfeld, Laura Westenfelder, Nele Adelheim, Marzia Singer, Sebastian Kittel berger, Kristina Bitter, Nefeli Konstantopoulou, Jonas Wenzke, Holger Witte
Wednesday, September 17th, 2014
Article source: Adriano Pimenta Architects
Its pre-existence allows dazzling a House classified by the Oporto City Hall, a garden and a vegetable garden. The house was converted into two apartments keeping its original features; the principal garden remained, in the vegetable garden two houses were built. The common garage relates all the elements to each other.
Image Courtesy © Arménio Teixeira
- Architects: Adriano Pimenta Architects & Octavio Queirós Architects
- Project: Kopke Condo
- Location: Porto, Portugal
- Photography: Arménio Teixeira
- Project coordinator: Paulo Morgado
- Project Assistants: Ana Ferreira, Carolina Salcedo and Maria Vasconcelos
- Client: Odlaca, Management and Real Estate Investments
- General Contractor: Cobelba SA