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H_3 House in Athens, Greece by 314 Architecture Studio

Thursday, March 16th, 2017

Article source: 314 Architecture Studio 

Located on a plot of 7000m2 the total area of the house is 1000m2.

The house was designed to give a sense of contact with the the water element inspired by the owners love for yachts. The contact of the house and the artificial ponds that surround it, create a cooling sensation.

Image Courtesy © 314 Architecture Studio

  • Architects: 314 Architecture Studio
  • Project: H_3 House
  • Location: Eastern suburb, Athens, Greece
  • Software used: SketchUp, V-Ray, physical model, Autocad,
  • Year of completion: 2013


Saltholmsgade in Aarhus, Denmark by WE architecture and JWH arkitekter

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

Article source: WE architecture

WE architecture have won a new social housing competition, consisting of 38 apartments, in Saltholmsgade, Aarhus. The proposal has been made in collaboration with the housing organization Ringgaarden and JWH Arkitekter.

The project interprets the traditional historical city houses along Hjortensgade as modern, social and green communities. Communal features are places on the roof-garden from where residents can have an overview of Aarhus.

Image Courtesy © WE architecture

  • Architects: WE architecture and JWH arkitekter
  • Project: Saltholmsgade
  • Location: Aarhus, Denmark
  • Software used: Rhino 3d, V-ray, Photoshop, Illustrator
  • Client: Ringgaarden (Aarhus Kommune)
  • Team: Marc Jay, Julie Schmidt-Nielsen, Barbara Drud Henningsen, Corrado Galasso, Àngels García, Alex Pavel, Alicja Szczęśniak, Josefine Rita Vain Hansen
  • Collaborator: JWH Arkitekter
  • Size: 3500 m2
  • Year: 2016


skinnySCAR in Rotterdam, The Netherlands by Gwendolyn Huisman & Marijn Boterman

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

Article source: Gwendolyn Huisman & Marijn Boterman  

The skinnySCAR project of architect couple Gwendolyn Huisman and Marijn Boterman shows how forgotten empty spaces in the city can be used. Each city has neglected spaces like this, that are unused and underrated. These gaps can be upgraded to complete the urban fabric, while giving it a boost and creating possibilities for new forms of urban living for the adventurous ones. As young designers, Gwendolyn and Marijn are not limited by design traditions and conventions, and they saw the potential and challenge of a narrow gap with extreme proportions in an old Rotterdam neighborhood. In 2012 the process to convince the landowners to sell the narrow plot started, so they could develop it into their own home. After a short construction period of only 4 months in 2015/2016, the contractor left them an unfinished structure. They’ve been finishing the entire interior themselves since then and their design ideas are becoming manifest.

Image Courtesy © Marijn Boterman and Gwendolyn Huisman

  • Architects: Gwendolyn Huisman & Marijn Boterman
  • Project: skinnySCAR
  • Location: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Vray, Adobe Photoshop
  • Photography: Ossip van Duivenbode, Vincent van Dordrecht, Marijn Boterman, Gwendolyn Huisman
  • Area: 140 m2
  • Period: Initiation 2012, Construction 2015-2016, Interior 2016-2017


Liepāja Thermal Bath in Latvia by Steven Christensen Architecture

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

Article source: v2com

Steven Christensen Architecture of Santa Monica, California has been named a winner in the first annual AAP American Architecture Prize, which recognizes the most outstanding architecture worldwide.

The design for Liepāja Thermal Bath and Hotel originates from a keen interest in the formal associations of the dome throughout architectural history, and more precisely, its role within the typology of the public bath.

South Elevation, Image Courtesy © Steven Christensen Architecture

  • Architects: Steven Christensen Architecture
  • Project: Liepāja Thermal Bath
  • Location: Liepāja, Latvia
  • Software used: Rhino, Vray, and Photoshop
  • Team: Steven Christensen (Principal), Devon Montminy, Cori Gunderson, Ingrid Lao
  • Status: Competition Entry


Ambient Tower Dubai- Thyssenkrupp by ZERAFA ARCHITECTURE STUDIO

Friday, January 20th, 2017


Za’abeel Park has been designed to showcase Dubai’s status as a regional center for the development of high-technology and IT industries through a unique mix of educational and recreational facilities. The development of these facilities within a large scale garden-park setting has created a multi-faceted urban space within the city center for both residents and visitors alike. This urban idea is fundamental to the “new face of Dubai” and the future development of the city within an international context. Within this spirit, the proposed “Emblem” tower for Za’abeel Park should be expressive of the confluence of these regional ideas, energy, and culture which define the modern city with an underlying emotional reference to a more universal iconography.


  • Project: Ambient Tower Dubai- Thyssenkrupp
  • Location: Dubai, UAE
  • Software used: Autocad, Rhino, V-Ray
  • Client: Dubai Municipality
  • Joint Venture Architect: Gregory T Waugh, AIA
  • Design Team: Jason Zerafa, Joaquin Boldrini, , Pablo Zamorano, Luis E. Carmona, Katherine Moya.
  • Structural Consultant: Gilsanz Murray Steficek LLP.
  • Structural Design Team: Ramon Gilsanz, Jessica Mandrick
  • Mechanical Consultant: Consentini
  • Mechanical Design Team: Mike Maybaum, David Leo.
  • Size: 7238 sm.
  • Status: International Competition Proposal.


Nail IT in Jalisco, México by Estudio ALA

Friday, January 20th, 2017

Article source: Estudio ALA 

Nail it is a nail-art studio located in Jalisco, Mexico.

Making reference to the colorful palette of nail polishing products, the project was designed with a strong palette to create an identity that could be replicated in any commercial space without loosing the feeling of the studio.

Image Courtesy © César Béjar

Image Courtesy © César Béjar

  • Architects: Estudio ALA
  • Project: Nail IT
  • Location: Zapopan, Jalisco, México
  • Photography: César Béjar
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Vray
  • Client: Nail It
  • Area: 85 m2
  • Year: 2015


Mehrabad House in Isfahan Province, Iran by Sarsayeh Architectural Office

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

Article source: Sarsayeh Architectural Office

For those people who have a long experience of living in single-unit houses with a courtyard, it is a great challenge to change their life style and live in apartment houses.

Losing many of desirable advantages of single unit houses such as independency, fellowship with nature, existence of hierarchy and, natural ventilation and … is a trouble for the people who want to live apartment units.

Image Courtesy © Farshid Nasrabadi

Image Courtesy © Farshid Nasrabadi

  • Architects: Sarsayeh Architectural Office
  • Project: Mehrabad House
  • Location: Isfahan, Isfahan Province, Iran
  • Photography: Farshid Nasrabadi
  • Software used: Autocad and autodesk 3dS Max(V-Ray)
  • Client: Ali Mirhosseini
  • Architect in charge: Behnam Sefidi
  • Design assist : Hengameh Akbari
  • Contractor : Farhad Bahramipour
  • Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 1350 sqm
  • Completion Year: 2016


Tre.3 in Legnago, Italy by Studio Athesis

Sunday, December 25th, 2016

Article source: Studio Athesis

The building is adjacent to the historic city center of Legnago. The project includes a modern re-interpretation of the sixteenth and seventeenth-century buildings situated in the historic centers of our cities. The new volume fits into the already-existing buildings with such proportions as to mediate between the impressive volumes present in the rear part of the parcel and the relatively-small houses overlooking the perimeter. The main façade overlooking Via G. Martino, is marked by full and empty spaces with three full parts separated by two pillared loggias; the building is volumetrically symmetric with respect to the central axis of the main body. The vertical division is also tripartite according to ancient traditions: rustication on the lower part, plaster in the middle with a window-framed cornice at the top (skyline). In the main body are some embedded, proportioned red balconies that become the adornment of the façade. The building slopes down in the rear, this forming terraces at different levels, providing ample, exposed spaces available to users.

Image Courtesy © Studio Athesis

Image Courtesy © Studio Athesis

  • Architects: Studio Athesis (arch. Damiano Zerman)
  • Project: Tre.3
  • Location: Legnago, Italy
  • Software used: Autocad, 3dsMax + Vray
  • Customer: DMD s.r.l.
  • Architectural Project: Arch. Damiano Zerman
  • Collaborators: Arch. Alessandro Merigo, Arch. Gianpietro Rinaldi
  • Structural project: Ing. Giampiero Marchetti
  • Mechanical system project: Ing. Loris Bisighin
  • Work direction: Ing. Davide Osanni
  • Contractor: Osanni S.a.s.
  • Progress: Under costruction


Arts Factory and Innovation Center in Sichuan, China by URBANLOGIC Ltd

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016

Article source: v2com

URBANLOGIC (Hong Kong and Berlin) have been named a winner in the annual AAP American Architecture Prize, which recognises the most outstanding architecture worldwide.

The AAP American Architecture Prize honours exceptional designs across three disciplines: architectural design, interior design, and landscape architecture.

East Elevation With Main Entrance, Image Courtesy © Hui Jun Wang, Yuan-Sheng Chen, Florian Pucher, Milan Svatek, Christian Junge

East Elevation With Main Entrance, Image Courtesy © Hui Jun Wang, Yuan-Sheng Chen, Florian Pucher, Milan Svatek, Christian Junge

  • Architects: URBANLOGIC Ltd
  • Project: Arts Factory and Innovation Center
  • Location: Mianzhu, Deyang, Sichuan Province, P.R. China
  • Photography: Hui Jun Wang, Yuan-Sheng Chen, Florian Pucher, Milan Svatek, Christian Junge
  • Software used:  3dS Max and V-Ray
  • Client: RHR Sichuan Pristine Glass Co. Ltd, Chengdu
  • Project team: Christian Junge (project director), Hui Jun Wang, Yuan-Sheng Chen, Florian Pucher, Milan Svatek
  • Collaboration: C-Office, Zhongxu Architectural Design Co. Ltd, Beijing
  • Site area: 57.000 m2
  • Gross Floor Area: 40.000 m2
  • Project status: Planning permission granted in 10/2015; currently preparing construction


Between Land and Sky home in Beit Zayit, Israel by Joel Jospe – Architects

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

Article source: Joel Jospe – Architects

When I first saw the lot, the steep slope overlooking the Jerusalem neighborhood of Ein Karem, I wanted to do one thing only – to keep walking forward, hover in the air above the canyon, quietly observing the landscape visible in every direction. This was the primary motivation during planning. I did not give up this desire, or the opportunity inherent in it, and have given it to the owners.

Image Courtesy © Joel Jospe - Architects

Image Courtesy © Joel Jospe – Architects

  • Architects: Joel Jospe – Architects
  • Project: Between Land and Sky home
  • Location: Beit Zayit, Israel
  • Software used: Autocad, 3d max + vray, SketchUp, Photoshop


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