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Brunswick House in Australia by Chan Architecture

Wednesday, April 11th, 2018

Article source: Chan Architecture

Renovating a semi-detached, single fronted Edwardian terrace house always poses a unique set of challenges.  The sites are often long and narrow with a shared party wall on one side and an existing house which can be over 100 years old.  The main challenge is always how to create modern, flexible, light-filled spaces with limited site access and a tight budget.

Image Courtesy © Tatjana Plitt

  • Architects: Chan Architecture
  • Project: Brunswick House
  • Location: Brunswick, Melbourne, Australia
  • Photography: Tatjana Plitt
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp
  • Project Team: Anthony Chan, Meyvin Puspita
  • Structural Engineer: Greer Consulting Engineers
  • Building Surveyor: Wilsmore Nelson Group
  • Completed: 2017

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House interior in Richmond, London by Roselind Wilson Design

Wednesday, April 11th, 2018

Article source: Roselind Wilson Design

All the rooms started as a blank canvas and careful consideration was given to the architectural style of the property. On the upper floor, the house has a chic modern bathroom, a study and several bedrooms. The design of the children’s rooms incorporates their favourite colours, and hints at their hobbies and interests. Both rooms include brilliant bespoke storage furniture.

Image Courtesy © Richard Waite

  • Architects: Roselind Wilson Design
  • Project: House interior
  • Location: Richmond, United Kingdom
  • Photography: Richard Waite
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Photoshop
  • Area: 5,500 square foot

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Pompejus in Halsteren, The Netherlands by RO & AD Architecten

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

Article source: RO & AD Architecten 

Pompejus is a watchtower on Fort de Roovere in Halsteren, West Brabant. The tower looks out over the West Brabant Water Defence Line, the oldest part of the Zuiderwaterlinie running from Bergen op Zoom to Grave. Pompejus is a watchtower, an open-air theatre and an information point for tourists. Pompejus is named after the first commander of the fortress, Pompejus de Roovere.

Image Courtesy © Katja Effting

  • Architects: RO & AD Architecten (Bergen op Zoom)
  • Project: Pompejus
  • Location: Halsteren, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Katja Effting
  • Software used: Autocad, Rhinoceros, TEKLA
  • Design Team: Ad Kil, Ro Koster and Martin van Overveld
  • Commissioner: Municipality of Bergen op Zoom / Municipality Bergen op Zoom
  • Constructeur / Structural Engineer: Adviesbureau Luning, Velp
  • Contractors: Berghbouw, De Kok Bouwgroep, Nijs Soffers, VKP
  • Start-End Construction: 02-2017, 12-2017
  • Height: 26 meters

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Open House in Bangkok, Thailand by Klein Dytham architecture

Thursday, April 5th, 2018

Article source: Klein Dytham architecture

Open House is located in the Central Embassy complex 50m above Bangkok. Within this vast 4,600sqm double-height interior, a village of spaces has been created, each with a familiar human scale –  restaurants, lounges, bars, galleries, stores, pop-ups, libraries and workspaces that all seamlessly fit together. A space that anyone can feel comfortable in, feel at home in, spend all day in, relax in and be inspired in. A place to hang out, a place to play, a place to catch up on work and a place to eat and drink.

Image Courtesy © Klein Dytham architecture

  • Architects: Klein Dytham architecture
  • Project: Open House
  • Location: Bangkok, Thailand
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp
  • Client: Central Embassy Hotel Ltd
  • Local Architect: Design M&A Co, Ltd
  • Lighting Designer: Inverse Lighting Design
  • Landscape Designer: P landscape Co, Ltd
  • Structural Engineer: PSAA Consulting Engineers Co Ltd
  • Mech. & Elec. Engineer: MITR technical consultant co, Ltd
  • General Contractor: Asa Furdec Co, Ltd
  • Total Floor Area: 4,600 sqm
  • Design Period: Oct 2015 – Feb 2017
  • Construction Period: Sept 2016 – Apr 2017

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A Two-Family House OGLE in Riga, Latvia by NRJA

Wednesday, April 4th, 2018

Article source: NRJA

Two separate apartments for two families make up the volume which complies with the strict regulations of Riga historical center. The height of the volume corresponds to the buildings across the street; the varying slopes of the roof react to the geometry of the nearby roofscape. The materials used for facades – black brick, painted timber boards and Rheinzink tin sheets – respond to the surrounding context of historical buildings. The tonality of used materials corresponds symbolically to the location – Ogļu (from latvian – Coal) Street.

Image Courtesy © Gatis Rozenfelds and Zigmārs Jauja

  • Architects: NRJA
  • Project: A Two-Family House OGLE
  • Location: Riga, Latvia
  • Photography: Gatis Rozenfelds – Zigmārs Jauja
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp
  • Lead Architects: Uldis Lukševics, Ivars Veinbergs, Zigmārs Jauja, Linda Leitāne-Šmīdberga
  • Area: 400.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017

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Habitat for Orphan Girls, in Khvansar, Iran by ZAV ARCHITECTS

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

Article source: ZAV ARCHITECTS

Habitat for orphan girls

The habitat for foundling girls is located in the historical fabric of Khansar, a small town in the heart of Iran. Before evolving into a residence for orphan girls, our charitable client had intentions of building a public clinic. We came up with a proposal of a welfare institution since the site’s location could eventually come to help its future deprived users. The orphans can find shelter under the protection of history: they will be surrounded by three of the city’s historical monuments that could serve as parents.

Image Courtesy © Soroush Majidi

  • Architects: ZAV ARCHITECTS
  • Project: Habitat for Orphan Girls
  • Location: Rayisan Kouy, 22 Bahman st., Khansar, Iran
  • Photography: Soroush Majidi, Aidin Gilandoost, Fateme Rezaie Fakhr-e-Astane
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Photoshop
  • Client: The Late Ahmad Maleki, Parvin Maleki
  • Design Team: Mahshid Gharibi, Seyed Hossein Hejrati, Golnaz Bahrami, Sara Jafari
  • Civil Engineer: Nader Shokoufi
  • Electrical and Mechanical Engineer: Ali Ghanizadeh
  • Graphic: Golnaz Bahrami

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BMLZ Villa Office in Tongzhou District, China by Tsutsumi and Associates

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

Article source: Tsutsumi and Associates

This is a building complex for an architectural material company that mainly deals with import carpet and domestic acoustic absorption material. We renovate and expand the existing building which has basement floor and 3 floors above the ground. Because of the difference of ground level, basement floor has open space on its south side, but on its north side it can’t get daylight. We need to carefully design the expanded volume so as not to block the daylight into the existing space. We studied a lot of models, like hollow volumes around central court or several separated volumes,and finally decided upon a simple box. In consequence, on the one hand its volume is just a simple box with a lot of randomly openings on its walls and roof, on the other hand the 4 scattered small courts make the plan complex. Because the openings of the small courts are restrained so that we feel it “inside”, but inside we can see trees and receive enough daylight from toplights so we feel it “outside”, of course the existing area also receive enough daylight. That is to say, the inside and outside are reversed, or those are merged.

Image Courtesy © Tsutsumi and Associates

  • Architects: Tsutsumi and Associates
  • Project: BMLZ Villa Office
  • Location: Tongzhou District, Beijing, China
  • Software used: Autocad, Vectorworks, sketch up, V-Ray
  • Client: Bonus & Lambient
  • Structural Design: Beijing Yanhuang International Architecture & Engineering Co.,Ltd.(Liansheng Bao, Yanhui Liu)
  • Area: 740㎡
  • Completion: 1st November 2017

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InfoTech Office Building at Celebration Pointe in Gainesville, Florida by CUPKOVIC architecture

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

Article source: v2com 

The InfoTech Office Building is a 3 level, single use office building for InfoTech, a software company located in Gainesville, FL., near UF The building terminates Tech-Park, part of the overall Celebration Pointe project, designed by CUPKOVIC architecture for Celebration Pointe Partners.

InfoTech façade facing Tech-Park at Celebration Pointe, Image Courtesy © Matt Shoots for Good Photography

  • Architects: CUPKOVIC architecture
  • Project: InfoTech Office Building at Celebration Pointe
  • Location: Gainesville, Florida, USA
  • Photography: Matt Shoots for Good Photography, PMB Design Studio
  • Software used: Autocad, Revit, Autodesk, SketchUp
  • Lead Designer: Noel L. Cupkovic AIA, NCARB—Principal
  • Design Team: Jeffrey C. Hoskin, AIA—Design Principal, NUE Urban Concepts—Gainesville, FL

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Greenwood College School – Building Character in Toronto, Canada by Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

Article source: v2com

Designed by Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc., the Greenwood College School Expansion is a 74,000-building addition located in mid-town Toronto. The dense, four-storey structure adjoins the existing school at every level above grade, increasing the School’s square footage by 120%. Making efficient use of limited land, it features a balanced mix of work spaces and social space that supports a personalized, new-century approach to learning.

West Elevation, Image Courtesy © Shai Gil

  • Architects: Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.
  • Project: Greenwood College School – Building Character
  • Location: 443 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto, Ontario M4S 2L8
  • Photography: Shai Gil, Michael Van Leur, Peter Legris
  • Software used: Revit, Autocad
  • Client: Greenwood College School
  • Structural: RJC
  • Mechanical, Electrical, Lighting, Civil, Site Services): WSP
  • AV / IT / Security: Techwave Industries
  • Acoustics: Aerocoustics
  • Code: David Hine Engineering Inc.

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Streetlight Tagpuro in Tacloban, Philippines by Eriksson Furunes Architecture, Leandro V. Locsin Partners & Boase

Sunday, April 1st, 2018

Article source: v2com 

With the increase of natural and man-made disasters around the globe, it becomes increasingly important to understand how architects, and architecture, can contribute to post-disaster reconstruction efforts. While there is an argument that architects are the least people needed in this scenario, a collaborative process of planning, designing and building can enable those affected by the disaster to have a say in the processes that eventually affect them. Streetlight Tagpuro is a collaborative design and build process that began 3 years before the strongest typhoon to ever hit land devastated Tacloban city in the Philippines, and the 3 years of reconstruction that followed.

The doors, when fully opened, allow ventilation and strong winds to pass through without damaging the building, Image Courtesy © Alexander Eriksson Furunes

  • Architects: Eriksson Furunes Architecture, Leandro V. Locsin Partners & Boase
  • Project: Streetlight Tagpuro
  • Location: Tacloban, Philippines
  • Photography: Alexander Eriksson Furunes
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Client: Streetlight Inc
  • Team: Miko Verzon, Aldo Mayoralgo, Pierre Go, Sai Cunanan, JP Dela Cruz, Kurt Yu, Jiddu Bulatao, Otep Arcilla, Mark Docdocos, BJ Adriano, Gela Santos, Matt Varona & Pebbles Miranda, Zoe Watson, Laura Lim Sam, Christian Moe Halsted, Rebecka Casselbrant and Lise Berg
  • Lead Architects: Alexander Eriksson Furunes & Sudarshan V. Khadka
  • Lead Engineer: Jago Boase
  • Area: 1,200sqm
  • Completion Year: 2016

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