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Luanda Multisports Pavilion in Angola by Berger Arquitectos

Thursday, December 18th, 2014

Article source: Berger Arquitectos

Angola has been undergoing a remarkable development process for the last decade, showing a significant economic growth and a progressive improvement in the quality of life of its population. It is a key country in the context of the African continent and an important regional power for the promotion of peace and prosperity in the region.

Its capital city, Luanda, is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city, mirroring the new reality that is spreading to all of the country.

In this context, Angola was selected to be the first African nation to host the  Rink Hockey World Cup in 2013, and the pavilion was designed as the main venue for the event.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Guerra

Image Courtesy © Fernando Guerra

  • Architects: Berger Arquitectos
  • Project: Luanda Multisports Pavilion
  • Location: Luanda, Angola
  • Photography: Fernando Guerra
  • General CoordinationandArchitecture: Miguel Berger, Paulo Simões, Tiago Calais, Sérgio Catalão, Miguel Outeiro, Diana Peralta
  • 3D Modelling : Sérgio Catalão | Filipe Gonçalves
  • Mock-ups: NORIGEM
  • Awarding Authority / Commissioner: Governo de Angola, Ministério da Juventude e Desportos, Federação Angolana de Patinagem Governmentof Angola, Ministry of Youth and Sport, Angolan Skating Federation
  • HydraulicInstallations: CIVI4 – Projectistas e Consultores de Engenharia Civil , Alberto Fiqueiredo | Pedro Couto| Carlos Pereira
  • ElectricalInstallations: FNT – Engenharia, Bruno Fernandes
  • MechanicalInstallations: l2m – Loureiro e Machado, Serviços de Engenharia, Miguel Loureiro
  • Gross ConstructionArea: 30.000 m2
  • Seatings: 11.500 Lugares

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Learning pavilion in Mumbai, India by Architecture BRIO

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

Article source: Architecture BRIO

Partly a building, partly a challenge course, the Laureus Foundation sponsored Learning Pavilionis an interactive building used as a gathering space and play area for Mumbai’s underprivileged children.

Image Courtesy © Architecture BRIO

Image Courtesy © Architecture BRIO

  • Architects: Architecture BRIO
  • Project: learning pavilion
  • Location: Magic Bus Centre for Experiential Learning, Karjat, Mumbai, India
  • Design Team: Robert Verrijt, Shefali Balwani, Sahil Deshpande, Pankaj Chakraborty, Ryan Mcloughlin
  • Structural Design: Vijay K. Patil Associates
  • Client: Magic Bus India Foundation
  • Sponsors: Laureus Foundation
  • Area: 275 sq.m.

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Empathy Garden in Cernobbio, Italy by Federico Giacomarra

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

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.

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Balnea by Blouin Tardif Architecture-Environnement

Saturday, November 15th, 2014

Article source: Blouin Tardif Architecture-Environnement

In the heart of the Eastern Townships, perched on a mountainside and overlooking a nature reserve of breathtaking beauty lies BALNEA. Health and wellness, gourmet food, yoga, relaxation, sports, massages, rituals baths: BALNEA reinvents the art of living by creating a stunning experience for all the senses. Spa BALNEA’s new reception building, constructed on piles, is nestled unobtrusively in the forest, where it is the hub linking the facility’s existing buildings via outdoor walkways. The resulting new walking routes give clients a more private path through the site. Special attention was paid to preserving trees and the natural surroundings.

Image Courtesy © Blouin Tardif Architecture-Environnement

Image Courtesy © Blouin Tardif Architecture-Environnement

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TUPÃ – A SOUTH AMERICAN TOTEM by Subvert

Friday, November 14th, 2014

Article source: Subvert 

Next Future is a Gulbenkian Programme of Contemporary Culture dedicated in particular, but not exclusively, to research and art production in Europe, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. Every year an artist or architectural office is invited to design a pavilion in the gardens of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, and in 2014 the design and creation of this space was commissioned to SUBVERT.

Image Courtesy © Subvert

Image Courtesy © APP

  • Architects: Subvert 
  • Project: TUPÃ – A SOUTH AMERICAN TOTEM
  • Location: USA
  • Photography: APP
  • CoordinationTiago Rebelo de Andrade, Diogo Ramalho
  • Team: Manuel Tojal, Kaleigh Nunes, Adrien Zlatic
  • Construction: J. C. Sampaio, Lda

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Israel pavilion “The Fields of Tomorrow” by Knafo Klimor Architects

Thursday, November 13th, 2014

Article source: Knafo Klimor Architects

Israel is an agricultural laboratory and a worldwide case study that exports knowledge, experience, and technology to the entire world.  The cultivation of rocky land, the growth of vegetables in the desert, the invention of new methods of irrigation , the upgrading of seed quality are part of the inception of modern agriculture marked by creativity, dare and achievements.

Image Courtesy © Knafo Klimor Architects

Image Courtesy © Knafo Klimor Architects

  • Architects: Knafo Klimor Architects
  • Project: Israel pavilion “The Fields of Tomorrow”
  • Location: Israel
  • Client: Israel ministry of foreign affairs, in cooperation with the ministry of finance,  ministry of tourism, ministry of economy, ministry of agriculture & rural development and Keren Kayemet Leisrael
  • Project management: Dror Leiba
  • Structural engineer: Rokach Ashkenazi Engineering Consultant
  • Total lot area: 2370 m2
  • Total pavilion area: 995 m2

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Gyimnstadium in São Paulo, Brazil by Rogerio Gama Architecture

Saturday, November 1st, 2014

Article source: Rogerio Gama Architecture

A new design for creating a multi-purpose arena in the city of Bauru, São Paulo, Brazil.

Sleek design, with metallic structure in its free coverage from the stands and the project itself. Aiming at much nicer and current architectural gains.

Image Courtesy © Rogerio Gama Architecture

Image Courtesy © Rogerio Gama Architecture

  • Architects: Rogerio Gama Architecture
  • Project: Gyimnstadium
  • Location: Bauru, São Paulo, Brazil
  • Software used: AutoCAD to project and 3DStudio Max to Render and Animation. 3D in a Revit.

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Dongdaemun Plaza Kiosk in Seoul, South Korea by NL architects

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

Article source: NL architects

Young Joon Kim (yo2) is the supervisor of public space of Dongdaemun Plaza in Seoul. He has invited 10 offices to create 3 small kiosks each.

The idea is to eventually construct 30 booths that will provide room for different functions; a series of mini buildings for exhibitions, commercial activities, exchange of information, surveillance, interaction. The stalls range in size from 4, 6 to 9 m2. But what is a kiosk?

Until recently the site was occupied by two large stadiums (for baseball and soccer) that almost touched each other; a surprisingly intimate urban gesture.

Image Courtesy © NL architects

Image Courtesy © NL architects

  • Architects: NL architects
  • Project: Dongdaemun Plaza Kiosk
  • Location: Seoul, South Korea
  • Coordinator: Young Joon Kim, Pieter Bannenberg, Walter van Dijk, Kamiel Klaasse
  • Team: Gen Yamamoto with Jose Ramon Vives and Eke Hoekstra, Laura Riano
  • Local architect: SeungSoo Shin, Design Group OZ

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Wanderer’s Lodge in Santander, Spain by GARCIAGERMAN ARQUITECTOS

Friday, October 24th, 2014

Article source: GARCIAGERMAN ARQUITECTOS

Wanderer’s Lodge is a small pavilion gently placed amongst existing trees in the garden of an extraordinary property in the north of Spain. In its daily use, it overlaps functions of protection, storage, entertaining, dining, barbecues, napping, acting as a small theater, etc. The particular climatic conditions to do with rain and humidity have suggested a lightweight materiality capable of reflecting the closeness of the trees and the existing main house, making itself present through the contrast of a polished and symmetrical piece against its natural backdrop. Designed for a young family of wanderers who travel the world, the pavilion celebrates the dialectic presence of fire and water as means to anchor experience to time and place. Construction elements are prefabricated and assembled on site by two local craftsmen.

Image Courtesy © Jorge López Conde

Image Courtesy © Jorge López Conde

  • Architects: GARCIAGERMAN ARQUITECTOS
  • Project: Wanderer’s Lodge
  • Location: Santander, Spain
  • Photography: Jorge López Conde
  • STATUS: Built (2013)
  • CLIENT: Private
  • TEAM: Marta García Jiménez, Manuel del Río, Rebeka Záhonyi, Andrea Gutierrez, Olga González, Álvaro Sáez, Javier M. Merino (structure)
  • BUILDER: Sertimón Cantábrico S.L.

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A Path in the Forest in Tallinn, Estonia by Tetsuo Kondo Architects

Thursday, October 9th, 2014

Article source: Tetsuo Kondo Architects

In the elegant woods of Kadriorg, we added a path. A path which relies on the forest as it flutters through the woods with over 300 years of age.

Image Courtesy © Tetsuo Kondo Architects

Image Courtesy © Tetsuo Kondo Architects

  • Architects: Tetsuo Kondo Architects
  • Project: A Path in the Forest
  • Location: Tallinn, Estonia
  • Software used: Vectorworks, photoshop, illustratror
  • Design Period: August, 2011 – September, 2011
  • Completion Period: September, 2011
  • Use: Installation( LIFT11 Urban Installation Festival curated by Margit Aule)

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