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The ZEB Pilot House in Larvik, Norway by Snøhetta

Friday, September 25th, 2015

Article source: Snøhetta

Snøhetta is an active partner within ZEB (The Research Center on Zero Emission Buildings). The ZEB Multi-Comfort House is a cooperation between Snøhetta, Scandinavia’s largest independent research body SINTEF, ZEB partner Brødrene Dahl, and Optimera.

Image Courtesy © Bruce Damonte

Image Courtesy © Bruce Damonte

  • Architects: Snøhetta 
  • Project: The ZEB Pilot House
  • Location: Ringdalskogen, Larvik, Norway
  • Photography: Paal-André Schwital, EVE, Bruce Damonte
  • Software used: Rhino, DIVA, SIMIEN, REVIT, PVSYS and AutoCAD
  • Client: Optimera and Brødrene Dahl (Saint Gobain)
  • Typology: Zero Emission Demonstration Building
  • Size: 220m²(house), 220m2 (site)
  • Status: Completed September 17, 2014

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The Clinic in Shanghai, China by Hcreates

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

Article source: Hcreates

The Clinic – by International Rehabilitation Specialists. The first of its kind in Shanghai, The Clinic, is a wellness, and rehabilitation center focusing on each person’s individual needs. The design aims to create an interior that overturns ones idea of the “sterile white walled” hospital environment. Raw materials of concrete, rustic wood, textured glass and industrial lighting have been used to create an intimate boutique style to the common spaces and treatment rooms. The minimalistic and natural finishes give suggestion to a spa interior to instill a feeling of relaxation and healing.

Image Courtesy © Seth Powers Photography

Image Courtesy © Seth Powers Photography

  • Architects: Hcreates
  • Project:The Clinic
  • Location: Jiashan Road, Shanghai, China
  • Photography: Seth Powers Photography
  • Software used: Autodesk, Revit
  • Graphic Design and Branding: NO BODY Visual Communication
  • Designer(s): Hannah Churchill
  • Design Year: March 2015

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Early Years International School in Singapore by Bogle Architects

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015

Article source: Bogle Architects

This milestone scheme in the field of pre-school education will deliver a multicultural educational facility for over 2,000 pupils and 400 support staff. Bogle Architects have developed an architectural and educational vision that will provide a rich learning environment for pupils, parents, and staff.

Image Courtesy © Bogle Architects

Image Courtesy © Bogle Architects

  • Architects: Bogle Architects 
  • Project: Early Years International School in Singapore
  • Location: Singapore
  • Software used: Bentley AECOsim, Revit
  • Client: Cognita Asia
  • Design Architects: Bogle Architects
  • Local Architects: A61 Architects
  • Cost Consultant: WT Partnership
  • Engineering: AECOM (UK and Singapore)
  • Landscape: Coen Design
  • Main Contractor: Lend Lease Singapore
  • Early Years: Educationalist Rosie Long
  • Education Design: Advisor Professor Gary Moore (Sydney)

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Bass Street Residence in Melbourne, Australia by B.E Architecture

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015

Article source: B.E Architecture

A stacked rectilinear form, Bass Street Residence uses a series of subtly angled walls in opposing directions so the building composition creates a slight sense of tension between the property’s two key outlooks.

Image Courtesy © B.E Architecture

Image Courtesy © B.E Architecture

  • Architects: B.E Architecture
  • Project: Bass Street Residence
  • Location: Melbourne, Australia
  • Software used: Revit and CAD

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Kruizenga Art Museum in Holland, Michigan by C Concept Design

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

Article source: C Concept Design

The new Kruizenga Art Museum (KAM) at Hope College in Holland, Michigan, has been described as a “breath of fresh air”. The uniqueness of the 15,000 gsf Museum building is largely due to its unorthodox, saw-toothed granite exterior.

Image Courtesy © Tom Wagner

Image Courtesy © Tom Wagner

  • Architects: C Concept Design
  • Project: Kruizenga Art Museum
  • Location: Holland, Michigan, USA
  • Photography: Tom Wagner
  • Software used: Rivet, Autocad, 3DMax
  •  Lead Architect: Matthew VanderBorgh, C Concept Design, the Hague, the Netherlands
  • Design Team (C Concept Design): Matthew VanderBorgh, Donald Battjes, Craig Nicely, Lisa Warren, Chad Gould, Euan Cameron and Mirjan van den Heetkamp
  • Local Architect: Progressive AE, Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • Program Lead: Donald Battjes,former chief of Operations, LACMA Los Angeles California
  • Programming: Timothy J. Chester & Associates LLC Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • Museum Director: Charles Mason, Hope College, Holland Michigan
  • Engineers: Progressive AE, Grand Rapids, Michigan Dailey Engineering, Onsted, Michigan
  • Size: 15,000 gsf / 1,394m²
  • Completion Date: Fall 2015

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Yulman Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana by Gould Evans

Thursday, September 10th, 2015

Article source: Gould Evans

Tulane University, a landlocked, open space-challenged campus in the heart of Uptown New Orleans, wanted to build a 30,000-capacity football stadium on an exceptionally tight site – in fact, at the narrowest point on the campus. The new $72 million Yulman Stadium nests itself into the heart of the Tulane’s athletics precinct. It provides a backdrop to a new athletics quadrangle while connecting to the existing Hertz and Wilson Centers. Construction began in early 2013 and was completed in early 2015. The new stadium marks the first time in 40 years that football is being played on Tulane’s campus. It has become a catalyst for renewed interest in the Tulane football program, successfully bringing back a generation of lost fans.

Image Courtesy © Tim Griffith

Image Courtesy © Tim Griffith

  • Architects: Gould Evans
  • Project: Yulman Stadium
  • Location: New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
  • Photography: Tim Griffith
  • Software used: Revit, Sketchup, 3DS Max, AutoCad
  • Team Credits: OWNER  Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
  • Associate Architect: Lee Ledbetter + Associates, New Orleans, LA
  • M/E/P Engineer: ADG New Orleans, Inc., New Orleans, LA
  • Structural Engineer: Thornton Tomasetti, Kansas City, MO
  • Civil Eegineer: Morphy-Makofsky, Inc., New Orleans, LA
  • Landscape Architect: Phronesis, Kansas City, MO
  • Seating Capacity: 30,000
  • Ammenyties: 5,000 sf multi-purpose center, 15,000 sf suite level program
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School Sobrosa in Paredes, Portugal by CNLL

Wednesday, September 9th, 2015

Article source: CNLL

This school was designed as a playful combination of modules that can be easily adapted to the variations of the terrain and the topography of the place. It develops the concept established in the modular schools project (CEM – Centros Escolares Modulares) and revisits the original objective where the movement, variation and formal complexity of the exterior contrast with the lin­earity of the interior planes that structure the function­al areas.

Image Courtesy © Nelson Garrido

Image Courtesy © Nelson Garrido

  • Architects: CNLL
  • Project: School Sobrosa
  • Location: Sobrosa, Paredes, Portugal
  • Photography: Nelson Garrido
  • Software used: Revit, BIM methodology
  • Architecture’s Coordination: Nuno Lacerda Lopes
  • Architecture Colaborations: CNLL CNLL, Márcia Areal, Vanessa Tavares
  • 3D Simulations: CNLL
  • Model: CNLL (more…)

Baltar School in Paredes, Portugal by CNLL

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

Article source: CNLL

Located in the middle of a school and sports complex, this building differs from the other schools as it offers a wider programme, catering for primary and middle school children. This exposed concrete building with scattered windows is characterised by a simultaneous­ly sober and contemporary language. It has clear and objective lines, free from superfluous elements, where the careful relationship between solid and empty spac­es creates a pure composition and a symbiotic harmo­ny between the parts and the whole.

Image Courtesy © Nelson Garrido

Image Courtesy © Nelson Garrido

  • Architects: CNLL
  • Project: Baltar School
  • Location: Baltar, Paredes, Portugal
  • Photography: Nelson Garrido
  • Software Used: Revit, BIM methodologhy
  • Architecture’s Coordination: Nuno Lacerda Lopes
  • Architecture Colaborations: CNLL CNLL, Márcia Areal, Vanessa Tavares, Natália Rocha, Nuna Castro, Hélder Lopes
  • Model: CNLL
  • Client: Câmara Municipal de Paredes (more…)

“Y” shaped youth hostel in Bayreuth, Germany by LAVA Architect

Sunday, July 26th, 2015

Article source: LAVA Architect

LAVA unveiled new visuals of the interiors and showcased a mock up of rooms at the official construction and groundbreaking ceremony.

“International, innovative and integral” is how the Bavarian Youth Hostel Association describes their new 3,400 sq m facility for active and sports guests. The 180–‐bed Youth Hostel will be the first to be fully integrative, especially equipped for disabled guests and employees. Rooms, grounds and sports fields will be all wheelchair accessible.

Image Courtesy © LAVA Architect

Image Courtesy © LAVA Architect

  • Architects: LAVA Architect
  • Project: “Y” shaped youth hostel
  • Location:  Bayreuth, Germany
  • Software used: Rhino, Rhinoceros, Autocad, Revit 
  • Architect Team:  LAVA–‐ Tobias Wallisser, Alexander Rieck, Chris Bosse, Julian Fahrenkamp(PL), Angelika Hermann, Jan Kozerski, Nicola Schunter, Paula Gonzalez, Elvira Perfetto, Elise Elsacker, Myung Lee
  • PARTNERS Architects (cost, tendering, site supervision): Wenzel+Wenzel
  • Structure: Engelsmann Peters, Stuttgart/Graz
  • Mechanical engineering: IBT PAN, Berlin
  • Fire and Building Physics: Bauart, München
  • Landscape: IB Riede, Nürnberg

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SCAPE in Montpellier, FRANCE by NAS architecture

Sunday, July 19th, 2015

Article source: NAS architecture

For the 10 years of the Festival of Lively Architecture and in an as exceptional place as the hotel Saint Côme’s courtyard, the biad for the main Pavilion must be thoughtful and contextual . It seemed important to use the differents elements that punctuate the courtyard as a basis for the overall development of the pavilion’s shape. Begining from the ground, the pavilion unfolds in a multitude of random steps that can serve as reading spaces for visitors, rest or stages for the various events that take place during the Festival. The pavilion includes columns that surround it to form a large reception area for the public. Because of its shape and generosity, that interiority intrigue, consisting of a wall set design, this space becomes a place of informations and meetings around the Festival.

Image Courtesy © Paul KOZLOWSKI

Image Courtesy © Paul KOZLOWSKI

  • Architects: NAS architecture (Hadrien BALALUD DE SAINT JEAN, Guillaume GIRAUD, Johan LAURE)
  • Project: SCAPE
  • Location: Montpellier, FRANCE 
  • Photography: Paul KOZLOWSKI
  • Software used: Revit, Autodesk
  • Client: Festival of Lively Architecture (FAV)
  • Project Area : 30 sqm
  • Delivery date: June 2015

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