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Courtyard House in Peach Garden, Niigata, Japan by Takeru Shoji Architects

Friday, October 11th, 2013

Article source: Takeru Shoji Architects 

This is a private residence for a family of three built on a very particular landscape in the suburban Niigata, Japan. It is on a corner of peach garden in between a historical hinterland of farm villages along the Nakanokuchi River and a heavy traffic highway passing through the whole Niigata prefecture in front.

Image Courtesy © Isamu Murai

  • Architects: Takeru Shoji Architects
  • Project: Courtyard House in Peach Garden
  • Location: Niigata, Japan
  • Photography: Isamu Murai
  • Use: Private Residence
  • Site Area: 271.8㎡
  • Bldg. Area: 105.4㎡
  • Gross Floor Area : 153.5㎡
  • Software used: Vectorworks

Seaside Residence by Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

Article source: Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects

An existing non-descript structure, perched above the crest of the dune between the ocean and bay, was thoroughly transformed. We utilized clearly defined volumes, simple, durable, yet elegant materials and details instilling a strong connection between the indoors and out.

Image Courtesy © Matthew Carbone

  • Architects: Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
  • Project: Seaside Residence
  • PhotographyMatthew Carbone
  • Design Team: Frederick Stelle, Michael Lomont, Jared London, John Whelan
  • Interior Design: Eleanor Donnelly, Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
  • Software used: Vectorworks 2013

HOUSE IN Monticelli Brusati, Italy by Studio Artec

Thursday, September 19th, 2013

Article source: Studio Artec

We like thinking about this house as a transposition on our territory of a Californian Case Study House of the 1950s and 60s. The structure is of course adapted to the local climate and landscape, but the spirit that generated this design is that of simplicity and of being self-confident with the place as it had been for those so famous houses.

Image Courtesy © Studio Artec

  • Architects: Studio Artec
  • Project: HOUSE
  • Location: Monticelli Brusati, Brescia, Italy
  • Design Team: Bruno Tonelli, Marcello Peli, Giovanni Mosca, Massimiliano Gorlani
  • Project area: 150 sqm +150 sqm underground
  • Project year: 2009
  • Completion: December 2011
  • Software used: AutoCAD LT and AllPlan for drawings and renderings

CarLoft in Berlin by DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN

Thursday, September 19th, 2013

Article source: DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN

DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN designed an exclusive showroom at Carloft in Berlin Kreuzberg. Visitors find an exciting interior including a bar with lounge for guests and a show area with an adjoining patio.

Image Courtesy © DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN

  • Architects: DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN
  • Project: CarLoft in Berlin
  • Software used: Vectorworks and Adobe Photoshop

Modern House in London, England by LLI Design

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013

Article source: LLI Design

The brief was to create a 700 square foot extension to house an open plan kitchen / living / dining room to this lateral house in Highgate, North London.

The house is in a very secluded position, surrounded by greenery, completely hidden from view, the only clue as to what lies beyond is a simple discrete gate set in the fence.

Image Courtesy © LLI Design

  • Architects: LLI Design
  • Project: Modern House
  • Location: Highgate, London, England
  • Software used: Vectorworks for CAD, and indesign for moodboarding

House in Itami, Japan by Tato Architects

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

Article source: Tato Architects

Widening interspace to utilize

Many of the requests to us for designing a house are accompanied with a prerequisite of ensuring a house for a nuclear family at an extremely subdivided lot, to whichwe cannot easily applythe manners of architecture having been accumulated for long time in Japan. We repeated trials and errors while designing as we think we are in the formative period for a new manner.

Image Courtesy © Koichi Torimura

  • Architects: Tato Architects
  • Project: House in Itami
  • Location: Itami, Japan
  • Photography: Koichi Torimura
  • Site area: 59.16m2
  • Building area: 34.95m2
  • Total floor area: 95.79m2
  • Type of Construction: Steel
  • Program: House
  • Principal designer: Yo shimada
  • Design period: Jun. 2010 – Oct. 2011
  • Construction period: May. 2012 – Sep. 2012
  • Software used: Vectorworks

MBO College North in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Burton Hamfelt Architectuur Stedebouw Prototypes + OeverZaaijer Architectuur

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Article source: Burton Hamfelt Architectuur Stedebouw Prototypes + OeverZaaijer Architectuur 

In the new knowledge economy education is increasingly important to the daily operations of life and business in the city. New types of multifunctional education buildings have stepped into this role, strategically positioned in the city’s transportation network as well as being focal points for the enterprising student and talent seeking businesses; a total educational experience.

Image Courtesy © Burton Hamfelt Architectuur Stedebouw Prototypes + OeverZaaijer Architectuur

  • Architects: Burton Hamfelt Architectuur Stedebouw Prototypes + OeverZaaijer Architectuur
  • Project: MBO College North
  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Design: 2008
  • Completion: 2012
  • Site area: 5600 m2
  • Program: Multi-functional educational complex, 13.500 m2 education, 3.000 m2 commercial space 130 parking places
  • Total area : ca. 21.000 m2
  • Client: Phase 1: ROC van Amsterdam, Phase 2: MJ De Nijs Projectontwikkeling
  • Advisors: Phase 1: Twynstra Gudde, ICS Adviseurs, BOA Adviseurs, Phase 2: Draaijer + Partners bv
  • Engineers: Phase 1: ABT Phase 2: Van Rossum
  • Mechanical Installations: Fase 1: ABT Fase 2: Kuipers
  • Building costs: Euro 21.500.000
  • Software used: Autocad, Vectorworks, SketchUp

Halley VI Antarctic Research Station in Antarctica by Hugh Broughton Architects

Saturday, August 10th, 2013

Article source: Hugh Broughton Architects

Halley VI Antarctic Research Station – the world’s first re-locatable research facility – is now in use, signalling a new dawn for 21st Century polar research. Opening one hundred years after Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s Antarctic expeditions, the new state-of-the-art research facility demonstrates the UK’s ambition to remain at the forefront of scientific endeavour.

Image Courtesy © Anthony Dubber

  • Architects: Hugh Broughton Architects
  • Project: Halley VI Antarctic Research Station
  • Location: Antarctica
  • Photography: James Morris, Anthony Dubber, Sam Burrell
  • Client: British Antarctic Survey
  • Structural Engineers: AECOM
  • Main contractor: Galliford Try International
  • Software used: Vectorworks

Awards

Winner RIBA International Award 2013

Winner AIA UK Excellence in Design Award – Best Scientific Building 2013

Touring exhibition

Halley VI features in Ice Lab: New Architecture and Science,a touring exhibition curated by the Arts Catalyst for the British Council.

26 July – 2 Oct 2013
: Architecture and Design Scotland, The Lighthouse,
Glasgow

21 October – 6 January: Museum of Science & Industry, Manchester

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Shining Deep Well in Fukuoka, Japan by MOVEDESIGN

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

Article source: MOVEDESIGN

This small tall house is located in a civic center section, small stores stand in a line around it. This is a dwelling with shop. The black tube lead to the soba noodle restaurant behind the pilotis on the first floor. This site has a narrow frontage and long shape in the back.

Image Courtesy © Yousuke Harigane

  • Architects: MOVEDESIGN
  • Project: Shining Deep Well
  • Location: Fukuoka, Japan
  • Photography: Yousuke Harigane
  • Project partner: Yuji Ota   (Connect), Takeshi Shinagawa  (Shinagawa Design Studio)
  • Function: dwelling with shop (private house + restaurant)
  • Structure: steel construction
  • Site area: 81.94㎡
  • Architectural area: 65.31㎡
  • 1F floor area: 46.96㎡
  • 2F floor area: 65.31㎡
  • 3F floor area: 47.67㎡
  • Total floor area: 159.94㎡
  • Year: 2013
  • Software used: Vectorworks and SHADE for 3D simulation

Veladora in Rancho Santa Fe, CA by Mr. Important Design

Friday, July 26th, 2013

Article source: Mr. Important Design

Mister Important Design is an interior design firm that brings an ebullient perspective to interiors. Specializing in hotels, nightclubs, restaurants, bars and lounges, Mister Important Design works closely with clients to achieve interiors that exceed expectations. Exuberant interors that are designed to be remembered and talked about.

Image Courtesy © Jeff Dow

  • Architects: Mr. Important Design
  • Project: Veladora
  • Location: Rancho Santa Fe, CA
  • Photography: Jeff Dow
  • Client/Owner: Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa
  • Size (sq m) : 3000 square feet
  • Completion Date: Fall 2012
  • Design Team: Charles Doell, Principal and Miriam Marchevsky, Project Team
  • Main Contractor: Lusardi Construction
  • Software used: Autocad and Vectorworks
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