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Tetris, Social Housing And Artist Studios in Paris, France by Moussafir Architectes

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Article source: Moussafir Architectes

The project is part of a larger urban program aimed at regenerating underprivileged neighborhoods in Northern Paris. The action plan developed in close cooperation between the city, the local associations and the landlord included new and refurbished low-rent housing, as well as studios for artists and musicians.

Image Courtesy © Luc Boegly

  • Architects: Moussafir Architectes
  • Project: Tetris, Social Housing And Artist Studios
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Photography: Luc Boegly
  • Design team: Jacques Moussafir with Alexis Duquennoy (architect project manager)
  • Engineering:  SIBAT
  • Contractors: SRC
  • Client: SIEMP (Société Immobilière à Economie Mixte de la Ville de Paris)
  • Tenure (rent, purchase): low cost and very low cost apartment rental
  • Site area: 449 m2 (132 m2 + 106 m2 + 211 m2)
  • Building footprint: 293 m2 (79 m2 + 64 m2 + 150 m2)
  • Total Gross Floor area: 794 m2 (218 m2 + 189 m2 + 387 m2)
  • Usage: housing 86% (9 apartments), artist studios 14% (3 artist studios)
  • Total number of dwellings:
    1-bedroom apartments: 2
    2-bedroom apartments: 5
    3-bedroom apartments: 2
  • Cost: 1.460.000 € excluding VAT (as of 2008)
  • Design phase: August 2004 – July 2006
  • Demolition: January – March 2008
  • Construction: November 2008 – June 2010
  • Materials: concrete masonry, plaster, lime stucco, wood
  • Software used: Autocad for the 2D drawings and Autocad or Sketchup for the 3D

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Mookdong Multi Housing in Seoul, Korea by Moon Hoon

Thursday, May 9th, 2013

Article source: Moon Hoon

Clent & Me: The client made many concessions to me, while helping me much. She often said I had an obsessive character “ why don’t you buy this house ?, I will sell it to you.”

Image Courtesy © Moon Jeongsik

  • Architects: Moon Hoon
  • Project: Mookdong Multi Housing
  • Location: 302-4, Mook-dong, Joonglang-gu, Seoul, Korea
  • Photography: Moon Jeongsik
  • Zoning district: ordinary residential area
  • Site area: 78m2
  • Building area: 44.18m2
  • Gross floor area: 117.42 m2
  • Building to land ratio: 56.65%
  • Floor area ratio: 105.54%
  • Building Scope: 4F
  • Structure: RC
  • Exterior finish: exposed mass concrete, metal lath
  • Design period: 2001.12
  • Completion: 2003.3
  • Client: Yang Seongjin

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Plaza de la Hoja – Social Housing in Bogotá D.C., Colombia by Taller 301 + Juan Pablo Ortiz Arquitectos

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

Article source: Taller 301 + Juan Pablo Ortiz Arquitectos

Bogotá has had a renowned tradition in building high-quality social housing projects. The site, given its privileged location, presented a unique opportunity to once again claim the throne in contemporary social housing developments. Rather than work with a single apartment, we chose to scale up the unit to a group of 16 apartments.

Image Courtesy Taller 301 + Juan Pablo Ortiz Arquitectos

  • Architects: Taller 301 + Juan Pablo Ortiz Arquitectos
  • Project: Plaza de la Hoja – Social Housing
  • Location: Bogotá D.C., Colombia
  • Status: Competition Submission
  • Awards: N/A
  • Client: METROVIVIENDA
  • Area: 35.000 m2
  • Date[s]: 2013
  • Team Leaders: Pablo Forero, Julian Restrepo, Juan Pablo Ortiz
  • Team members: Juan Carlos Cuberos, Jessica Thatcher, Santiago Sánchez,Manuela Mosquera, Joaquín Mosquera, Camilo Serna
  • Structure: CNI Ingenieros
  • Budget: Alvaro León

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Amsterdam 289 in Condesa, Mexico City by JSª

Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

Article source: JSª

In a privileged location in the Condesa neighborhood, on a rectangular property of 363 m2 (3,907 sq. ft.), ten individual housing units have been designed, in two different typologies but with distinct differences, each with different features and sizes. This creates an interesting variety within the same complex. It has two buildings, five levels each, divided by a central patio, and communicated through bridges around the perimeter that separate the social and the private areas.

Image courtesy Rafael Gamo

  • Architects: JSª
  • Project: Amsterdam 289
  • Location: Amsterdam 289, col. Condesa, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Client: Promotora JSª
  • Type of Projects: Urban Housing
  • Design Team: Javier Sánchez, Sofía Villarreal, Juan Reyes
  • Engineering: Hector Margain / Juan Pablo Rodríguez Orta
  • Renders: Gerardo Fonseca
  • Models: Edith Razo, Ana Yetzi Ruiz, Isabel Medina
  • Architectural Supervision: Sofía Villarreal
  • Activities Performed: Real estate development, architectural project, interior design, construction, work supervision, sales
  • Project Date: 2009…..design process
  • Number of units: 9 Apartments
  • Average Surface Area: 970 – 2690 sq. ft.
  • Total Surface Area: 15,460 sq. ft.
  • Photographer: Rafael Gamo
  • Software used: AutoCAD

Rebière 21 Housing in Paris, France by Hondelatte Laporte Architectes

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013

Article source: Hondelatte Laporte Architectes

The building is part of a major and innovative operation to improve the urban environment around Porte Pouchet bordering on Paris (17th district), the Parisian ring road, Clichy and Saint-Ouen. Nine teams of architects worked together to create 180 housing units, as part of a workshop named “Autrement Rue Rebière” and chaired by Paris Habitat and Périphériques architects. The idea of narrowing the section of Rue Rebière that runs alongside the Parisian Batignolles cemetery leads to recovery a strip of almost 600m in length and 12.60m in width.

Image Courtesy © Ronan Lacroix

  • Architects: Hondelatte Laporte Architectes
  • Project: Rebière 21 Housing
  • Location: 70/72, Rue Rebière, Paris 75017 – France
  • Photography: Ronan Lacroix
  • Project manager : Charlotte Fagart
  • Project team : Pierre Aubertin (architecte/architect)
  • Engineering: Cotec
  • Client : Paris Habitat
  • Program : 21 social housing
  • Delivery : 2012
  • Area : 1445 Sqm
  • Cost : 2 749 343 € HT
  • Construction company : Léon Grosse (general contractor)

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El abrazo in Madrid, Spain by estudio UNTERCIO

Saturday, March 2nd, 2013

Article source: estudio UNTERCIO

“El abrazo” bets on making compatible housing units quality and urban fabric. In order to improve the relation with the city, decision was made in reducing building scale, searching for a friendlier appearance. For achieving this, instead of the linear block (9 storey + recessed penthouse) proposed by planning, a lower and broken up building was designed. The benefits of this gesture with regard to the linear block is that this way the house faces more orientations achieving both better urban scale and, from the inner perspective, better air circulation and natural lighting.

Image Courtesy estudio UNTERCIO 

  • Architects: estudio UNTERCIO
  • Project: El abrazo
  • Location: Ecobarrio, Puente de Vallecas, Madrid, Spain
  • Client: EMVS (Empresa Municipal de la Vivienda de Madrid)
  • Program: 104 apartments (social Dwellings., 104 underground parking places., 60 sqm  of communal space on ground floor. Shared space for the neighbours.
  • Site Area: 2010 sqm
  • Total Floor Area: 13.414,68 sqm
  • Landscape Area: 1646 sqm
  • Architects: Miguel Herráiz Gómez, Mauro Iván Bravo Hernández, Marina del Mármol Peces, Daniel Bergman Vázquez
  • Building Engineer: Alfonso Sáenz García

Parkhill Competition Winning Proposal in Bratislava, Slovakia by Nice Architects

Saturday, February 16th, 2013

Article source: Nice Architects 

Imagine former site of old outdoor amphitheater virtually unsuitable for residential development. Terrain too steep for comfortable traffic, sloping northward preventing proper isolation  On the other hand it is offering spectacular views on Bratislava and proximity of one of the oldest park in Bratislava.

Image Courtesy Nice Architects 

  • Architects: Nice Architects
  • Project: Parkhill
  • Location: Budkova Cesta, Bratislava, Slovakia
  • Project phase: Open urban design/architectural competition – Winner
  • Date: November 2012
  • Team: Tomáš Žáček, Soňa Pohlová, Igor Žáček + 2ka landscape architects

Residential Housing 26 units in Obhur, Saudi Arabia by Dom Arquitectura

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013

Article source: Dom Arquitectura

The aim is to project 26 houses in the Obhur area. The client wanted to use the same isolated unit type, but generate differences in the street facade to avoid the traditional house complex with all the same.

Recalling the Islamic markets, we remind the Arabic spices image, located in the same container but with different color shades. Natural tones that would fit perfectly into our idea.

Image Courtesy Dom Arquitectura

  • Architects: Dom Arquitectura
  • Project: Residential Housing 26 units
  • Location: Obhur, Saudi Arabia
  • Software used: Autocad and 3dStudio Max

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La Valentina Station in Sacramento, California by David Baker + Partners Architects

Friday, January 18th, 2013

Article source: David Baker + Partners Architects

For more than two decades, a high-crime light-rail station stopping at a toxic empty lot; now, a sustainable affordable family housing development and new gateway to downtown.

La Valentina Station brings 63-units of affordable rental housing for families to a previously desolate city site. The development bolsters the local sewer, electrical and storm-water infrastructure and brings compact, transit-oriented homes to the neglected area.

The entry plaza in the evening. Image: Bruce Damonte

  • Architects: David Baker + Partners Architects
  • Project: La Valentina Station
  • Location: Sacramento, California, USA
  • Developer: Domus Development
  • Landscape Architect: Garth Ruffner Landscape Architect
  • Landscape Consultant: Fletcher Studio
  • Contractor: Brown Construction
  • Software used: Revit

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Affordable Housing For Young Families in Tuscany, Italy By Studiostudio Architettiurbanisti

Friday, January 11th, 2013

Article source: Studiostudio Architettiurbanisti

The design of the settlement layout is based on the recognition of landform. The project re-proposes latent settlement rules, yet consolidated, able to recover the structuring capacity of the layout and its landscape value.

Six buildings of 60 m long are arranged in the lot according to a north-south orientation with slightly changes in direction. A wall of dry stone delimits the project on the west side and marks the boundary between the industrial area and the new residential compound on the edge of the Tavola old village.

Image Courtesy Bruno Pelucca

  • Architects: Studiostudio Architettiurbanisti
  • Project: Affordable Housing For Young Families
  • Location:  Prato, Tuscany, Italy
  • Project Team: Elisa Palazzo, Bruno Pelucca
  • Client: Edilizia Pubblica Pratese
  • Net Floor Area: 3.211 m2
  • Volume: 14.044 m3
  • Completed: 2012
  • Photographer: Bruno Pelucca, Margherita Stacchi, Giovanni Fornaciari

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