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BOX HOUSE in Strathfield, Australia by Zouk Architects

Friday, October 25th, 2013

Article source: Zouk Architects

The project is located in one of the most sought after region with exclusive real estate properties known as the golden triangle of Strathfield, NSW Australia. The leafy suburb predominantly has pre-war bungalows and houses contributing to conservative streetscapes. Due to the ineffectiveness of the existing dwelling in its planning, relation to outdoors surrounding and maintenance cost, the client has decided to start afresh by completely rebuilding.

Image Courtesy © 3.2.1 photography

  • Architects: Zouk Architects
  • Project: BOX HOUSE
  • Location: Strathfield, Australia
  • Photography: 3.2.1 photography
  • Area: 700sq, m
  • Year: 2013
  • Software used: Autocad and 3d Max

GOR Building in Av Ejército Nacional, Mexico by Pascal Arquitectos

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

Article source: Pascal Arquitectos

The intervention in this 25 years old building ascribes to the damaged materials and the necessity keep up with the new thermo-acoustic requirements of the area. To accomplish this objective a passive but high effective energy saving façade was adapted. The target was to restore the building with a modern image with the evident utilization of new technologies.

Image Courtesy © Jaime Navarro

  • Architects: Pascal Arquitectos
  • Project: GOR Building
  • Location: Av Ejército Nacional, Mexico
  • Photography: Jaime Navarro
  • Construction: Pascal Arquitectos – M. Guindi
  • Date: 2003
  • Software used: AutoCAD

The Kalamazoo Nature Center Camp in Michigan

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

KALAMAZOO, Mich. – One of the country’s older nature-based day camps has undergone a significant facilities makeover to enhance its mission to provide safe experiences that allow children to grow into active and respectful community members through exploration of the natural world.

Image Courtesy © Curt Clayton

  • Project: The Kalamazoo Nature Center Camp
  • Location: Michigan
  • Photography: Curt Clayton
  • Software Used: Revit

The project team

  • Co-master planner, design architect: Lord, Aeck & Sargent, Inc. (Ann Arbor, Mich. office)
  • Co-master planner, landscape architect: The Johnson Hill Land Ethics Studio (Ann Arbor)
  • Architect of record, consulting engineer (structural, civil and MEP/FP): Byce & Associates (Kalamazoo, Mich.)
  • Construction manager: Miller-Davis Company (Kalamazoo, Mich.)

AR HOUSE in Atizapán de Zaragoza, State of Mexico by LUCIO MUNIAIN et al

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

Article source: LUCIO MUNIAIN et al

A composition of frames to paint within them using the sun, the shadows of the trees, with the wet landscape that leaves the rain.

Even when it maintains and architectural proportion in the spaces according their use, the house can be perceived as a sculpture. The dimensions are hard to scale and guessing the program from outside because it’s decontextualized.

Image Courtesy © Arq. Onnis Luque

  • Architects: LUCIO MUNIAIN et al
  • Project: AR HOUSE
  • Location: Atizapán de Zaragoza, State of Mexico
  • Photography: Arq. Onnis Luque
  • Construction built: 2010-2011
  • Built Area: 875 m2
  • Collaborators: Lucio Muniain, Marielle Rivero, Mario Hernández y  Luis Valdez
  • Engineering: Ing. Hugo Miranda
  • Software used: Autodesk AutoCAD and 3D Studio Max

Bent and Sliced House in Springfield, Missouri by Hufft Projects

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

Article source: Hufft Projects

Representing the second take on the originally proposed “Bent House”, the “Bent and Sliced House” incorporates the original concept of bending the home to accommodate the curving slope of the site. Furthermore, the idea of slicing and unfolding the home in a manner similar to Japanese Origami is introduced to create clerestories allowing opportunities for daylighting and natural ventilation.

Image Courtesy © Mike Sinclair

  • Architects: Hufft Projects
  • Project: Bent and Sliced House
  • Location: Springfield, Missouri
  • Photography: Mike Sinclair
  • Completion Date: December 2008
  • Size: 6,245 sf
  • Scope: Private Residence – New Construction, Architecture, Interior Design, Sustainable Consultation
  • Software used: Revit and Sketchup

Lady Bird Lake Hike and Bike Trail Restroom in Austin, Texas by Miró Rivera Architects

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

Article source: Miró Rivera Architects

The Lady Bird Lake Hike and Bike Trail is a linear park of scenic trails and landscaping that follows the banks of the Colorado River in downtown Austin. Very popular among runners and bike riders, the park provides residents and visitors with a rural escape in an urban setting. The Restroom—the first public restroom built in the park in over 30 years—was built by the Town Lake Trail Foundation, a community-based non-profit organization, in partnership with the city’s Parks and Recreation Department.

Image Courtesy © Paul Finkel | Piston Design

  • Architects: Miró Rivera Architects
  • Project: Lady Bird Lake Hike and Bike Trail Restroom
  • Location: Austin, Texas
  • Photography: Paul Finkel | Piston Design, Paul Bardagjy, Miró Rivera Architects
  • Software used: AutoCAD

EEUU 4263 BUILDING in Buenos Aires, Argentina by BAK arquitectos

Saturday, October 19th, 2013

Article source: BESONIAS ALMEIDA arquitectos.

Exhibited at the XIII Biennale of Architecture in Venice, August 2012

MEMORY

The Place

We had to build an apartment building in a land of 8.66m of width in Boedo, a zone of Buenos Aires that, without loosing the typical characteristics of neighborhood, has been changing its physiognomy because of the urban densification. The particularly of the land in where we have to intervene is that its back yard is adjacent with an urban square, with an important vegetation where is placed a football school and a small square. The views to this green lung match with the best orientation: the North.

Image Courtesy © Gustavo Sosa Pinilla

  • Architects: BAK arquitectos
  • Project: EEUU 4263 BUILDING
  • Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Photography: Gustavo Sosa Pinilla
  • Design and Project Development: Arch. María Victoria Besonías, Luciano Kruk.
  • Structural analysis: Architect Luciano Kruk
  • Collaborators: Arch. Leandro Pomies – Andrea Wohlgenannt
  • Land area: 277.40 m2
  • Built Area: 1,419 m2
  • Housing units: 21
  • Construction year: 2009
  • Construction Company: Construction FK
  • Software used:  AutoCAD 2007

Lustica Bay Resort in Radovici, Montenegro by EDSA

Saturday, October 19th, 2013

Article source: EDSA

The richly textured landscape combined with the presence of a strong history and architectural language provides the inspiration for the planning and design of Luštica Bay Resort. With its dramatic setting, Luštica Bay Resort offers a variety of residential and hotel offerings.

Image Courtesy © EDSA

  • Architects: EDSA
  • Project: Lustica Bay Resort
  • Location: Radovici, Montenegro
  • Client: Lustica Development A.D.
  • Scope: Master Planning and Detailed Design Services
  • Scale: 440 Hectares.
  • Software used: Sketch-up, Adobe Creative Suite programs like Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign as well as AutoCAD Maps, Civil 3D, and Mcolor

Pizzeria Susanna in New York by Sergio Mannino Studio

Friday, October 18th, 2013

Article source: Sergio Mannino Studio

We are pleased to announce the opening of a new authentic Italian pizzeria, Susanna, located in the heart of Greenwich Village on Bleecker Street. Susanna was born from the dream of 3 Italian brothers who came to New York City to start a new life and who wanted to offer authentic Italian style thin crust pizza.

Image Courtesy © Sergio Mannino Studio

  • Architects: Sergio Mannino Studio
  • Project: Pizzeria Susanna
  • Location: New York
  • Software used: 3dsmax, AutoCad, illustrator and photoshop

CORE in Joplin, Missouri by Q4 Architects

Friday, October 18th, 2013

Article source: Q4 Architects

CORE recently won first prize in the AIA Designing Recovery design competition for the Joplin, Missouri site.

Designed by Q4 Architects, CORE in Joplin, MO is designed to address the local vernacular by combining two single-cell homes: a centrally located \”Safe House\” acts as the hearth and divides a \”Perimeter House\”. The Safe House contains all of the functions of ‘home’ that are necessary for a family to recover quickly from disaster and live for an extended period of time until rebuilding is possible.

Image Courtesy © Q4 Architects

  • Architects: Q4 Architects
  • Project: CORE
  • Location: Joplin, Missouri
  • Software used: Autocad, Revit, and the Adobe Creative Suite
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