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Masterplan for Marseille’s old port displayed at MIPIM in France by Foster + Partners

Thursday, March 15th, 2012

Article source: Foster + Partners

Marseille’s Vieux Port, one of the great Mediterranean ports, is about to be transformed. Work has started on Michel Desvigne’s and Foster + Partners’ competition-winning master-plan for its regeneration. The project will reclaim the quaysides as a civic space, creating new informal venues for performances and events and removing traffic to create a safe, semi-pedestrianized public realm. The transformation of the World Heritage-listed port is one of a series of projects to be completed in time for the city’s inauguration as European Capital of Culture in 2013.

Image Courtesy Foster + Partners

  • Architects: Foster + Partners
  • Project: Masterplan for Marseille’s old port displayed at MIPIM
  • Location: Marseille, France

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Effets de serres in Stains, France by CLIC Architecture

Saturday, March 3rd, 2012

Article source: CLIC Architecture

Europan 11 (winning team – CLIC architecture)
One cannot consider sustainability without mentioning energy issues. The changes ahead have a major effect on the world economy, the environment, and society at large ; They beg for creative new ways of life. Although our proposal first uses the concept of greenhouses as an energetic solution, it then leans on its high flexibility and economic capacities to create an evolutive design. Our proposal aims to connect, under an always changing seasonal landscape, all metropolitan scales from public space to housing issues, from global to local scales.

Perspective view

  • Architects: CLIC Architecture
  • Project: Effets de serres
  • Location:Stains, France
  • Architect Team: Adèle CATHERINE, Aurélie FRANÇOIS, Laura GIULIANI, Emmnanuelle KLINGER, Pierre-Emmanuel LIMONDIN

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Calamari Union in Turku, Finland by LRA

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

Article source: LRA

The project responds to a new demand of making a city outside of the city. How must we design places to live in contexts not yet settled? Limen in Latin means limit, but also threshold, entrance. It is therefore in the etymology of this word that the premises are found for what can become a place of boundary, not to be intended as a barrier, but as an opportunity of connection. How are the limits of cities emancipated? Identity of living. That is the first reaction that the new settlement proposes to promote.

Calamari Union

  • Architects: LRA (Lapo Ruffi Architetto)
  • Project: Calamari Union
  • Location: Turku, Finland
  • Promotional organization: Europan finland
  • Client: Municipality of Turku (FI)
  • Design team: Lapo Ruffi, Lorenzo Santini
  • Collaborators: Anna Biagioni, Giancarlo Bucciero, Nicholas Diddi
  • Result: shortlisted project
  • Competition: 2011
  • Site area: 95.549 sqm

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Shifting Fields in Nynäshamn, Sweden by Active City Transformation

Friday, February 10th, 2012

Article source: Active City Transformation

Introduction and Problem Statement

With its unique location between Sweden’s hilly countryside and coastal waters, proximity to the new train station and active population base, Nynäshamn possesses everything it needs in order to transform Estö IP into a vibrant and exciting space for its citizens, while at the same time reconnecting the surrounding areas of the town.

Top view

  • Architects: Active City Transformation
  • Project: Shifting Fields
  • Location: Nynäshamn, Sweden
  • Program: Public Space
  • Area: 60000m2
  • Year: 2011
  • Client: Nynäshamn Municipality

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David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center in New York City by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

Article source: Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects

Harmony atrium, a privately owned public space, was a defacto homeless shelter and small rock-climbing business. Lincoln Center sponsored the space with the true intention of creating a place for the public.

Image Courtesy Nic Lehoux

  • Architects: Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects
  • Project: David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center
  • Location: New York City
  • Owner: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
  • Consultant: Acoustic Dimensions; Axis Group Limited; Dan Euser Waterarchitecture Inc; Fisher Dachs Associates; Pentagram Design, Inc.; Steven Winter Associate, Inc.; Vertical Garden Technology
  • Engineer: ARUP
  • General Contractor: RCDolner Construction LLC
  • Lighting: Fisher Marantz Stone
  • Photography: Nic Lehoux, Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects

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Covered Pedestrian Crossing in Tourcoing, France by Atelier 9.81

Saturday, December 3rd, 2011

Article source: Atelier 9.81

Downtown Tourcoing is currently at the heart of an extensive restructuring, launched a few years ago. All public spaces, streets and squares are being fully renovated, and a large shopping mall with movie theatres will be inaugurated soon. As part of this project, the Metro, tram and bus station come together to offer a true multimodal system.

Image Courtesy Atelier 9.81

  • Architects: Atelier 9.81
  • Project: Covered Pedestrian Crossing
  • Location: Tourcoing, France
  • Project owner: SEM Ville Renouvelée
  • Project Information: Covered pedestrian crossing between two public squares
  • Project surface: 150 M2 of covered crossing
  • Budget: 400,000 euros (excluding taxes)
  • Planning: Delivery in September 2010

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Glacier Discovery Walk in Jasper National Park, Canada by Sturgess Architecture

Thursday, November 17th, 2011

Article source: Sturgess Architecture

The Glacier Discovery Walk is envisioned as an extension of the fractal landscape that defines the Columbia Icefields in Canada’s Jasper National Park. Located along the edge of this dramatic escarpment, the project weaves a continuous thread of experience through united geometric and material forms. This sinuous experience defines the Discovery Walk not only as a singular destination, but as a catalyst and gateway that empowers guests to immerse themselves in the untouched natural environment.

Glacier Discovery Walk

  • Architects: Sturgess Architecture
  • Project: Glacier Discovery Walk
  • Location: Jasper National Park, Canada
  • Categories: Future Projects – Competition entries, Future Projects – Cultural
  • WAF: Entry2011
  • Award: World Architecture Festival 2011 – Category Winner

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Bar Jardim 9 de Abril in Lisbon, Portugal by ASPA Arquitectos

Friday, September 9th, 2011

Article source: ASPA Arquitectos

The 9 April Garden, also known as Albertas, has a belvedere with a panoramic views to the Tagus River and it is surrounded by numerous buildings of historical significance to Lisbon. This space appears as a promontory in a green space filled with tradition, open to the river and shipping, and with stunning views to the imposing right bank of river Tagus  Placed on the roofscape of an existing building which anchors the level change between the garden and the lower plane of the Avenida 24 de Julho, this bar/terrace is built on as single storey structure. Its ephemeral character, lightness of materials, transparency, permeability and reflection promotes and preserves existing views, allowing the structure not to become an obstacle.

Image Courtesy FG + SG

  • Architects: ASPA Arquitectos
  • Project: Bar Jardim 9 de Abril
  • Location: 9 April Garden, Lisbon, Portugal
  • Date: 2008 to 2010 (The bar is opened since October 2010)
  • Architecture Design: aspa – José Maria Cumbre + Nuno Sousa Caetano
  • Collaboration: Carolina Castro Freire

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Park in Carrières sous Poissy, France by HHF Architects

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

Article source: HHF Architects

AWP and HHF won the competition to build all public pavilions and infrastructure buildings for one of Paris future biggest Parks: the “Parc paysage et récréatif des bords de Seine” in Poissy…

Park in Carrières sous Poissy

  • Architects: HHF Architects
  • Project: Park
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Team: AWP + HHF
  • Year: 2011

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Clancy’s Fishbar City Beach in Western Australia by Paul Burnham Architect

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

Article source: Paul Burnham Architect

Joe and John Fisher operate two successful Clancy’s Pubs in Perth, Western Australia.  In late 2010, an opportunity arose to take possession of an existing ten year old building on the beach front at City Beach, one of Perth’s most popular and pristine beaches.  The building housed a former restaurant and was very ready for an upgrade.

Image Courtesy Jody D'Arcy

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