Archive for the ‘Garden’ Category
Friday, August 22nd, 2014
Article source: NAS Architecture
Based on the thematic “gardens of the deadly sins”, Bloom creates an abstract and fairy space between profusion and reserve. Exploiting contrasts of colors and volumes, a large slender table comes to encircle the object of all the desires, the garden. This furniture invites the passers to contemplate the vegetable feast all while preventing the access there, manufacturing a mixture of amazement and desire. To support this duality, Bloom exploits the disparities.
Image Courtesy © NAS Architecture
- Architects: NAS Architecture
- Project: GARDENS OF THE DEADLY SINS
- Location: Chaumont-sur-Loire, France
- Software used: sketchup
- Client: Domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire
- Project Area :160sqm
- Delivery date: May2014
Saturday, June 21st, 2014
Article source: 100Landschaftsarchitektur and Rodney LaTourelle
Conceived for the 11th International Garden Festival at the Jardins de Métis in Quebec, Canada, the Jardin de la Connaissance is a temporary garden in a forested area involving approximately 40,000 books, multi-coloured wooden plates and several varieties of mushrooms.
Image Courtesy © Robert Baronet
- Architects: 100Landschaftsarchitektur and Rodney LaTourelle
- Project: Jardin de la Connaissance
- Location: Quebec, Canada
- Photography: Thilo Folkerts, A.R.Mongeon and R.LaTourelle, Robert Baronet
- Garden site: ca. 250 m2
- ca. 40.000 books = 30-40 tons
- Maximum height of the book walls 1,80m, width generally: ca. 50 cm
- Building budget: 20.000 CAD
- Boards: 11 colours
Friday, June 6th, 2014
Article source: Michael Jantzen
Circular Formations are a series of three functional art sculptures designed to be placed into a public venue such as a park and/or sculpture garden. Each one of the structures is made of painted steel and wood. All of them are primarily formed from the assemblage of eight-foot diameter circular rings. Some of the rings have been cut into portions of a circle, and others are assembled into the formations as full circles.
Image Courtesy © Michael Jantzen
Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
Article source: MyLandscapes LTD
The 250sqm site runs east to west and is surrounded by two buildings, a perimeter wall and open on the western side. Initially the ground was pretty level and laid to paving blocks, allowing access to the buildings but serving not much purpose and fairly static. The project took 3 months to build during the wettest winter in the British Isles at a cost of £140,000.
Image Courtesy © Amir Schlezinger
- Architects: MyLandscapes LTD
- Project: Contemporary Japanese Garden
- Location: London, U.K
- Photography: Amir Schlezinger
- Software used: 3-D Max and Photoshop
Saturday, March 1st, 2014
Article source: Maison Edouard François
The Gardens of Anfa will be the landscaped heart of a new neighborhood in Casablanca (Morocco).
A large, dense park conceals a series of four buildings with vegetal façades, creating mimetic games with the surrounding nature.
Image Courtesy © Maison Edouard François
Saturday, February 15th, 2014
Article source: BRENDAN CALLANDER
This garden shed was designed and constructed in partnership between UBC architecture students and the Woodlands Community Garden Club. This structure is the focal point of the garden.
It acts as a gathering spot for local education programs and provides a practical storage solution. The unique form of the shed was designed to prevent shadows from being cast on surrounding garden plots while at the same time shading the central meeting space.
Image Courtesy © Dave Delnea Images
- Architects: BRENDAN CALLANDER
- Project: Woodlands Community Garden Shed
- Location: Vancouver, Canada
- Photography: Dave Delnea Images
- Software used: Google sketch up and Autocad.
- Design and Construction Team: Brendan Callander (M.Arch Student – UBC), Jason Pielak (B.Ends Student – UBC), Stella Cheung-Boyland, M.Arch (Woodlands Garden Representative)
- Institutional Partners: University of British Columbia, School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
Sunday, February 2nd, 2014
Article source: Studio Fuksas
The project hosts several functions, a hotel with 160 rooms, a conference centre for roundabout 800 visitors, an event centre, retail areas, a restaurant a café, office spaces and 280 car parks. All functions are orientated around an open space in the ground floor which is usable as the event centre, as the prefunction of the conference, the lobby of the hotel and a certain space fort the cafè.
Image Courtesy © Piotr Krajewski
- Architects: Studio Fuksas
- Project: Business Garden Warszawa Hotel
- Location: Warsaw, Poland
- Photography: Piotr Krajewski
- PERIOD: 2008 – 2013
- DEVELOPER: SwedeCenter
- GENERAL PROJECT: JSK Architekci
- ARCHITECTS BUILDING N.1: Massimiliano and Doriana Fu
- AREA BUILDING N.1: 14.926 sq.m.
- GENERAL CONTRACTOR: Hochtief Polska
Saturday, January 25th, 2014
Article source: Grant Associates
The new Far East Organization Children’s Garden opens at Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay tomorrow, 21 January 2014, designed by Grant Associates – the UK landscape architects behind the Supertrees and masterplanners of the award-winning Gardens by the Bay.
Image Courtesy © Grant Associates
- Architects: Grant Associates
- Project: Children’s Garden opens at Singapore’s Gardens
Sunday, January 19th, 2014
Article source: HGA Architects and Engineers
The Garden Mausoleum at Lakewood Cemetery required careful consideration of the intimacy of personal grieving and the shared rituals of commemoration. The 24,500-square-foot building is anchored by a two-level structure housing a committal chapel and a reception space.
Image Courtesy © Paul Crosby
- Architects: HGA Architects and Engineers
- Project: Lakewood Cemetery Garden Mausoleum
- Location: Minneapolis, U.S.A
- Photography: Paul Crosby
- Owner: Lakewood Cemetery
- General Contractor: Mortenson Construction
- Landscape Architect/ Masterplan Consultant: Halvorson Design Partnership
- Mausoleum Consultant: Carrier Mausoleum Construction
- Owner Representative: Nelson Tietz & Hoye
Sunday, November 10th, 2013
Article source: idA
The new pavilion at the botanical garden at Grueningen relates strongly to its context. The design was inspired by the surrounding forest, not the built environment. Both the formal vocabulary and the structural concept derive from nature. The pavilion is conceived to harmonize with and expand the forest.
Image Courtesy © Markus Bertschi
- Architects: idA
- Project: Greenhouse Botanical Garden
- Location: Grueningen, Switzerland
- Photography: Markus Bertschi, Ladina Bischof
- Client: Zuercher Kantonalbank
- Completion: 2012
- Area: 180m2