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Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012
Article source: Paolo Didonè
A MAP is a whole of symbols recalling territorial concepts. The project is this as well: a map where takes place an abstract analysis of our territory and the bond established between mountains and human beings during particular circumstances.
A PLATFORM: the strength of our bonds is our base.
A map of life.
The concepts of belonging, the interweaves and the relations that define a life. Its and fragility, the solidity and unpredictability of how everything could end.
Monument of Alpini
- Architects: Paolo Didonè
- Project: Monument of Alpini
- Location: Rossano Veneto, Italy
- Software used: ArchiCAD
Saturday, February 18th, 2012
Article source: UnSangDong Architects
Silence & movement
Most of all, we focused on a robust, simple and tranquil architecture intuitively as we take up the form and space. Another point we considered is a vigorous architecture which evoke water vitality in still emotion. The circular form symbolises pure crystal of living organisms. Circular plan which is 32 metres in diameter, 11 metres in height soars from the ground. Firm, still and refined curve wall opens with gradual, arbitrary and rhythmic rules. We expect another tone colour through the open and solid curved wall. Musical facade is achieved through this project it plays in andante, moderato and allegro. It conveys silence and movement simultaneously.
Construction work (Images Courtesy Shin Kyung-sub)
- Architect: UnSangDong Architects
- Name of Project: Water Circle (Cheong-Shim Purification Center)
- Location: SongSan-li SeolAk-myeon GaPyung Kyeunggi-do, Korea
- Use: Purification Center
- Bldg Area: 505.00 ㎡
- Gross Floor Area: 637.40 ㎡
- Bldg. Scale: Two stories above ground, 1 story under ground
- Structure: R.C.
- Photographer: Shin Kyung-sub
Tuesday, February 14th, 2012
Article source: MCA atelier
Though itself of Baroque date, Bastion XXXI is a part of the medieval fortifications of the New Town of Prague, founded in 1348 by Emperor Charles IV. The need for unconquerable fortifications was strengthened by the presence of the Cathedral of Charlemagne at the point of the bastion. Along with the fortress of Vyšehrad, another significant monument of the city fortifications, the ramparts form a significant defensive complex, yet one hidden beneath the later layers of the contemporary built fabric of central Prague, now a UNESCO heritage site. The area of former gardens within the ramparts was left untouched since the 14th century, first as reserve land and later ignored even as the city expanded over the centuries.
Intervention.West view. Inside the bastion, the landscaped area allows for outdoor art exhibitions or open-air cultural events. 2011. Copyright: Filip Šlapal
- Architect: MCA atelier
- Name of Project: Revitalisation of the Crucifix Bastion (Bastion u Božích muk)
- Location: Horská ulice, Prague 2, Czech republic
- Authors: MCA atelier s.r.o., Ing. arch. Miroslav Cikán, Ing. arch. Pavla Melková
- Assistants: Mgr. art. Peter Buš, Ing. Pavel Košťálek
- Photography: Filip Šlapal and MCA atelier
Sunday, February 12th, 2012
Article source: Cimini Architettura
During a long day of snowboard often stopping along the way to wait for their friends and follow their evolution with the board. Other times we’re just a quiet place to stop to rest and organize an evening drink. In others moments we need a technical support aspects of skiing and weather information and safety in the snow. Comes the need to create a place, a meeting point for snowboarders where to find and spend a few minutes before continuing their descent. SJE is based conceptually on the creation of this site. A project not on the edge of the track, but fully integrated with the path.
Snow jump for energy
- Architect: Cimini Architettura
- Name of Project: Snow jump for energy
- Location: Passo del tonale, Italy
- Consultants: Jessica di Virgilio – engineering, Guido Colombetti, Adamello Ski
Saturday, February 11th, 2012
Article source: Kotaro horiuchi architecture
Exhibition Kotaro Horiuchi 2010 was held in Paris, France.
The panels which expressed all the works of kotarohoriuchiuntil 2010 tovariety of different sized squares are made to float. It turns around the surroundings of panels that are floating scattered in different sides and turns around the exhibition hall.The shadow by panels changes with the people who pass. The chair, the desk, and lighting manufactured simultaneously are exhibited.
Exhibition Kotaro Horiuchi 2010
- Architect: Kotaro horiuchi architecture
- Name of Project: Exhibition Kotaro Horiuchi 2010
- Location: Gallery G.E., Paris, France
- Program: Exhibition
- Exhibition area: 200 m2
- Software used: AutoCAD 2012 French, Rhinoceros 4+ Grasshooper, 3D studio Max 2012, Photoshop CS5,5, Indesign CS5,5
Friday, February 10th, 2012
Article source: Mamen Domingo and Ernest Ferré, architects
The proposal represents and symbolizes the new centrality that Blas Infante Square offers in a contemporary way. The project is developed from the duality of the two scales that are mixed: the scale of the neighborhood, immediate environment, and a larger size, the city and its historic center.
Blas Infante Square
Friday, February 3rd, 2012
Article source: HartnessVision and YGS
New York City AIDS Memorial Park Competition
The combined site is experienced through the 2 ramped passageways, that begin and end at the same place but remain separate. “Health “– embodied by the verdant park, benches, and vegetation– surrounds “Infection”–symbolized by an isolated ramp. The two realities are visible to each other but separated by a glass enclosure.
- Architect: HartnessVision and YGS
- Name of Project: Melting Pot
- Location: New York City, USA
- Scope: NYC’s first AIDS memorial, creation of park
- Size: 18,000 sq ft
- Budget: $30Million
- Design Partners: Yael Getz-Schoen, AIA, LEED-AP
- Software used:
Plans, sections: sketchup
Modeling : Sketchup, 3DS Max
Rendering: 3DS Max
Post production: Photoshop, InDesign
Thursday, February 2nd, 2012
Article source: Covadonga Carrasco Arquitectos
This project to a fish market, which is considerate like a pioneering experience in Galicia, gives the possibility of receiving visitors at the same time that the market activity is made.
The objective of separate the workers and visitors routes becomes a condition to the distribution and the basic program of a conventional market, appearing added functions, like the information area, didactic material exhibition hall, a control room and a small store.
Image Courtesy Jordi Pereda
- Architects: CREUSeCARRASCO Arquitectos
- Project: Fisterra Fishmarket
- Location: Fisterra (Finisterre) Seaport , A Coruña, Spain
- Architect Design: Juan Creus, Covadonga Carrasco
- Work Directors: Juan Creus, Covadonga Carrasco, Juan Antonio Rodríguez Pardo
- Collaborators: Francisco Rosell, Estefanía Vázquez, Felipe Riola, Roi Feijoo, Cecilia Castro, Belén Salgado
Saturday, January 7th, 2012
Article source: MoNo
This art work was dedicated to the people who had passed away in several disasters in this year 2011. Especially in Japan, the massive earthquake hit this country land with the huge tsunami so much that considerable damage and profound sorrow came to us. MoNo had the opportunity to join the illumination event “KusatsuMachiakariYumeakariHanaakari – on autumnal Kusatsu road with sensory gratification”, which got over 30 thousands visitors. So MoNo could open our work as one of programs of “Akari Art Exhibition” which were held in some historic shrines and temples.
Image Courtesy MoNo
- Architects: MoNo
- Project: Shining Tree in a sacred place
- Location: Shiga, Japan
- Software used: 3dsMAX
Friday, January 6th, 2012
Article source: Reality Cues
The neighborhood of Excess Heights has implemented a new waste management initiative. Under the city council’s new recommendations, the collection of recyclable refuse will continue, but non-recyclable trash will no longer be collected or processed on the municipal level. The inhabitants of each private residence will be expected to compost all organic material and handle all of its own non-recyclable waste on-site.
View from the middle