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Earls Kitchen + Bar Crossroads in Edmonton, Canada by McKinley Burkart Architects

Friday, June 3rd, 2016

Article source: McKinley Burkart Architects

Many food+beverage clients require design solutions for multiple locations, both nationally and internationally. McKinley Burkart recognizes the need for design that is scalable and adaptable, with individual elements that can be repeated and evolved effectively whether for two or 100 locations. Furthermore, McKinley Burkart believes in the power of interior design to develop a strong brand message and customer familiarity. The concept for Earls Crossroads, and future Earls locations, was to open and lighten the space while incorporating timeless materials that would patina over time. Ensuring design longevity, natural stone, wood, leather and concrete were used throughout the space. Creating a cohesive customer experience between multiple restaurant locations, McKinley Burkart aligned the design with the national brand. By focusing on a consistent tone, with distinct recurring components, rather than a cookie-cutter design, each restaurant location, is unique yet on-brand. The overall aesthetic creates the ideal space for comfortable and stylish dining and embodies notions of a laid-back cool vibe.

Image Courtesy © Jamie Hyatt Photography

Image Courtesy © Jamie Hyatt Photography

  • Architects: McKinley Burkart Architects
  • Project: Earls Kitchen + Bar Crossroads
  • Location: Edmonton, Canada
  • Photography: Jamie Hyatt Photography
  • Software used: AutoCad

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Mitre house in Mexico by Garza Iga Arquitectos

Friday, June 3rd, 2016

Article source: Garza Iga Arquitectos

This house was conceived from the start to be sold as an investment for a client. The interior layout is very commercial. But we wanted to make something different, something that stood out from the rest of the houses in the neighborhood. We chose to design a house that would be built quickly making the construction cheaper. The construction process can be summarized in three basic steps.

Image Courtesy © Delfoz

Image Courtesy © Delfoz

  • Architects: Garza Iga Arquitectos
  • Project: Mitre house
  • Location: Mexico
  • Photography: Delfoz
  • Software used: Autocad, Rhino, Illustration
  • Team: Daniela Garza, Eduardo Iga
  • Status: Built
  • Size: 1000 sqft – 3000 sqft
  • Year: 2015

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Dilido Haus in Florida by Home Vision DNA

Thursday, June 2nd, 2016

Article source: Home Vision DNA

DILIDO HAUS, the expression of a unique vision of DNA and history.

DILIDO HAUS is a single family home designed with a unique vision, the expression of both, personal story and architectural history. The intention was to achieve an architecture of dignity and honesty. The ideas built upon the strong foundations of Miami’s rich history, geography and culture, while using the latest construction technologies and high quality materials. The front façade of Dilido Haus expresses the key characteristics of MIMO, an architectural style that evolved from Art Deco and Streamline. A rectangle with horizontal proportions, flat roof broad overhanging eaves echoed by horizontal projections of balconies, creating what appear to be two thin continuous gray lines drawn across the white façade and dividing it into three elements: roof terrace, second and ground floor.

Image Courtesy © Home Vision DNA

Image Courtesy © Home Vision DNA

  • Architects: Home Vision DNA
  • Project: Dilido Haus
  • Location: Miami Beach, Florida, USA
  • Software: Autocad, Revit
  • Collaboration: Esteban Latorre
  • Green Certification: LEED Silver for homes, U.S. Green Building Council
  • Materials: Reinforced concrete bunker type, structural concrete slab, piles 12 meters long, high-strenght glass (up to 110km), ceramic floors, solid wood and aluminium window frames
  • Gross Area: 363 m2. (3626 sf2)
  • Total Completion year: 2016

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Brecon Estate Winery in California by Aidlin Darling Design

Thursday, June 2nd, 2016

Article source: v2com

Brecon Estate Winery was bestowed a Merit Design Award for Architecture at the 2016 San Francisco AIA Design Awards. The winery, remodeled by Aidlin Darling Design, is located on the “Emerald Necklace” of Paso Robles’ progressive wine growing region. The jury noted that the real strength of the project is in its simplicity and its restraint; “The crisp detailing and carefully composed materials make this just a stunning project through and through.”

Northwest Elevation, after renovation,  Image Courtesy © Adam Rouse

Northwest Elevation, after renovation, Image Courtesy © Adam Rouse

  • Architects: Aidlin Darling Design
  • Project: Brecon Estate Winery
  • Location: Paso Robles, California, USA
  • Photography: Adam Rouse
  • Software used: Vectorworks

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New Riverside Residential scheme in Guildford, England by Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects

Thursday, June 2nd, 2016

Article source: Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects

Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects have submitted a planning application for an exciting residential project for Bellway Homes in Surrey.

The proposed development on Wey Corner to the north of Guildford town centre will replace an industrial unit to provide 56 high quality new homes across a 0.38 ha site. Nineteen homes will be affordable apartments with thirty seven provided for open market sale.

Image Courtesy © Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects

Image Courtesy © Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects 

  • Architects: Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects
  • Project: New Riverside Residential scheme
  • Location: Guildford, England, UK
  • Software used: AutoCAD, Sketchup, Photoshop

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CAMPO DE FIORI HOUSE in Rome by Mohamed Keilani Architects

Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

Article source: Mohamed Keilani Architects

The apartment, located in one of the most historic areas of Rome, is on the third floor of a small building near Via Giulia in Rome. The design was based from the beginning on the valorization of the hall, the wooden beams, brick walls, characteristic features of Roman history, that had been hidden by the various processes that have occurred over the years. I have discover them and combined with the use of natural and warm materials, with a stylish contemporary furniture and with a particular lighting design which was specially developed with the Lebanese society PSLAB. The custom furniture is another important skill in the project, I wanted as much as possible to disguise everyday objects (dining table, chairs or TV using a special mirror designed specifically for the client) in order to make it more minimal space, a Roman antique container adequate for contemporary furnishings, a neon sign and artwork including point out the abstract sculpture of Keilani Salah and \”Studio sul movimento\” by Danilo Bucchi.

Image Courtesy © Mohamed Keilani Architects

Image Courtesy © Mohamed Keilani Architects

 

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HOUSE K in Kumamoto, Japan by YDS Architects

Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

Article source: YDS Architects

This house is situated in a town surrounded by mountains. We designed a white box where light and wind go through. The image was shining white box where residents would live feeling the transition of light and shadow with letting go of their mind.

Image Courtesy © Hiroshi Fujimoto (Studio Fuji)

Image Courtesy © Hiroshi Fujimoto (Studio Fuji)

  • Architects: YDS Architects (Yoshitaka Uchino)
  • Project: HOUSE K
  • Location: Kumamoto, Japan
  • Photography: Hiroshi Fujimoto (Studio Fuji)
  • Software used: Vectorworks, JWW Cad and FormZ
  • General Contractor: Iwanaga-gumi Co., Ltd
  • Total floor area: 160.64 m2
  • Design period: 2014.05-2015.07
  • Construction period: 2015.08-2016.02 

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Artificial Snow Cave Emergency Shelter in Parche, Nepal by Margot Krasojević Architects

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

Article source: v2com

The hut offers a snowdrift frame made from weighted carbon fibre mesh, this contoured landscape mimics the surrounding vertiginous precipices and landscapes, the carbon fibre snowscape creates an artificial snow cave which can be burrowed into and around enabling climbers to inhabit the excavated structure in a similar way to a snow cave. The composite carbon frame catches the snowdrift using snow as an insulating material, as it is a mesh structure pockets of rooms can be carved into the build up of snow as well as air vents to help air circulation, it is possible to further insulate the structure by digging a small pit deeper into one part of the cave floor to provide a place for the coldest air to gather, away from the occupants, the entrance may be partially blocked with chunks of snow to deflect wind and retain heat.

Elevation showing structural anchor, Image Courtesy © Margot Krasojević

Elevation showing structural anchor, Image Courtesy © Margot Krasojević

  • Architects:  Margot Krasojević Architects
  • Project: Artificial Snow Cave Emergency Shelter
  • Location: Parche, Nepal
  • Photography: Margot Krasojević
  • Software used: Revit BIM and Maya

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Interior Renovation in Japan by frontofficetokyo

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

Article source: frontofficetokyo

First built in the 1970’s the apartment was cramped by contemporary standards, even for Tokyo, with low ceilings and short and narrow rooms. After stripping the space down to a single room, the design takes a hint from the overlapping spaces in the city and is composed from three simple shapes. A grey wood box houses the laundry, a concrete box contains the bath and sink, while an S shaped partition forms a closet and space for the fridge. The updated space is simple but comfortable and connects to the city perfectly.

Image Courtesy © Toshiyuki yano

Image Courtesy © Toshiyuki yano

  • Architects: frontofficetokyo
  • Project: Interior Renovation
  • Location: Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan
  • Photography: Toshiyuki yano
  • Software used: Autocad and Sketchup
  • Design: Koen Klinkers, Dan Yu, Will Galloway
  • Construction: Denkobo
  • Size: 50m2
  • Year: 2016

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Le Quatro in Baud, France by Studio 02 Architectes

Saturday, May 28th, 2016

Article source: Studio 02 Architectes 

The confines of the topographical site were decisive. As on the Portuguese and Genoese coasts, it was important to design a project that could marry the rugged topography of the terrain, and give rise to a building in its slope.

Image Courtesy © Luc Boegly

Image Courtesy © Luc Boegly

  • Architects: Studio 02 Architectes
  • Project: Le Quatro
  • Location: Baud, France
  • Photography: Luc Boegly
  • Software used: Archicad
  • Client: City of Baud (France)
  • Budget: €3.4m excluding VAT
  • Surface area: 1500 m² Usable Surface
  • Calendar: Delivered in 2016

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