Posts Tagged ‘Greece’
Sunday, May 5th, 2013
Article source: Tense Architecture Network
The residence’s plot is small and an adjacent building almost blocks the southern sun. The main part of the field should remain free and become the residence itself: an austere prism, centrally supported, hovers above the liberated ground. At first, an area was defined: a cubic shell of plants creates a limit for the house. In order to reside, ones withdraws in. Three metallic columns support a net of inox ropes where plants have already started to climb in order to generate a volume equally important to the house’s prisms.
Image Courtesy © Filippo Poli
- Architects: Tense Architecture Network
- Project: Residence in Kifissia
- Location: Kifissia, Greece
- Photography: Filippo Poli
- Project Team: Tilemachos Andrianopoulos,Kostas Mavros, NestorasKanellos
- Structural design: AthanasiosKontizas
Sunday, April 21st, 2013
Article source: PROJ3CT
Acknowledging the great value of the cultural and architectural heritage that is present all over the site, overlapping time and space in such a meaningful presence, our quest is to create a quiet and cohesive urban environment that would not be over-imposing or disruptive but one that attempts to unify and add structure to the physical frame. From a distance this central zone is very clearly dominated by three major public spaces – the trilogy Syntagma/Panepistimiou Core/Omonia that are linked by a system of large avenues on which Panepistimiou has the greater role. It seems natural that these places should be considered poles of centrality, as they are focus points of historical relevance. Although these spaces are very diverged in terms of functionality and shape, it seems obvious that they are within themselves places of gathering on which all the flows and social expressions are related to.
Image Courtesy © Proj3ct
- Architects: PROJ3CT
- Project: Re-think Athens
- Location: Athens, Greece
- Photography: PROJ3CT
- Type : International Competition For Public Space Design
- Client : Onassis Foundation
- Gross Area : 5720.000 Sqm
- Date : 2012
- Software used: Vectorworks + Cinema 4D
Saturday, March 16th, 2013
Article source: Hornung And Jacobi Architecture
The site of the holiday home in Rhodes/Greece yet possess characteristics and outstanding qualities, which we only attempted to frame with our design.The site is located three meters above a coastal road, which is bordered by a natural stonewall that has been equally continued for our proposal. On the one hand the continuation of the found wall generates a high level of privacy, while on the other hand it relates to the given situation in this area, which we were tempted to preserve as much as possible.The holiday home was designed for a couple.
Entrance area with an integrated sliding door, roof lights from the above garden leading towards the entrance stair case :Image Courtesy Hornung And Jacobi Architecture
- Architects: Hornung And Jacobi Architecture
- Project: Villa F
- Location: Rhodes, Greece
- Project Team: Peter Thomas Hornung & Elsa Katharina Jacobi, Jan Escher
Friday, March 8th, 2013
Article source: OKRA Landscape Architects
We are very proud of winning the important international design competition ‘Re-Think Athens’, towards a new city centre, organized in a very professional way by the Onassis foundation. The team of urbanists, architects and landscape architects of OKRA are very enthusiastic to work on implementing our ideas in Athens. The competition proposal is made by OKRA in collaboration with Mixst Urbanisme and Wageningen University, and supported by Studio 75 and Werner Sobek Green technologies. Within the next months the OKRA team will further develop their ideas into an approved design for the central area in the city centre.
Image Courtesy OKRA Landscape Architects
- Architects: OKRA Landscape Architects
- Project: Regeneration of Athens City Centre
- Location: Athens, Greece
- Client: Onassis Foundation
- Period: 2013-2015
- Collaboration with: Mixst stedenbouw, Wageningen Universiteit, Studio 75 en Werner Sobek Green Technologies
Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013
Article source: doxiadis+
How does one build on the stark beauty of a Cycladic landscape without destroying it? This project seeks an answer to that very question. Placing such a rich development programme on this highly sensitive site necessitates a careful examination of the natural and historic elements which characterise the landscape: the amphitheatrical circle of hills, the seasonal streams, the juniper trees and frigana vegetation, the pezoules (agricultural terraces) and the xerolithies (dry stone walls).
Image Courtesy © Clive Nichols
- Architects: doxiadis+
- Project: Landscapes of Cohabitation
- Location: Antiparos, Greece
- Area: 12 Ha
- Scope: Site Planning, Landscape Architecture
- Landscape Architects: doxiadis+ (Thomas Doxiadis, Terpsy Kremaly)
- Client: OLIAROS S.A.
- Photography: Clive Nichols, Cathy Cunliffe, Thomas Doxiadis
- Software used: AutoCAD
Saturday, December 1st, 2012
Article source: Lmarchitects
The shell that houses the restaurant- Karaiskaki Stadium, which is built over the water, was a benchmark in the design proposal.
The wave of the sea that existed in place is introduced in the design of the space in the form of an optically moving roof element. This element, which is the result of parametric design, dominates the environment and gives identity to the restaurant.
Image Courtesy Studio Paterakis
Tuesday, October 9th, 2012
Article source: Andreas Demertzis, Ioannis Katsanos, Thanasis Farangas
The reason for selecting and analyzing this concept was the examination of the area of Athens. The city is characterized by the growth and development of new buildings. Even if those new structures improved the every day life of the residents, the overall effect on the character of the city suffered.
We selected this particular concept because we noticed the negative impact of those urban structures on the landscape of Athens and that the city is “eating away” the landscape. Our intention is to create the opposite effect: for the landscape to merge with the city.
Urban Nalisis - Image Courtesy © Andreas Demertzis, Ioannis Katsanos, Thanasis Farangas
- Architects: Andreas Demertzis, Ioannis Katsanos, Thanasis Farangas
- Project: Tourkovounia as a Green – Wind Landscape
- Location: Athens, Greece
- Supervisor: Giorgos Haidopoulos
- Software used: Autodesk autocad, 3d studio max, adobe photoshop cs5
Tuesday, August 14th, 2012
Article source: 24D-Studio
Daphne is a site-specific installation situated within the tunneled stairway that interplays with the notion of concealing and revealing the ancient interior surfaces of the tunnel leading to the peak of Pyrgos. Made entirely of self-supporting paper panels, Daphne creates an enclosure that intervenes the visitors’ perception of the existing conditions as a container of conglomerated memory as the paper panels age and take their shape accordingly to the local condition. The installation is part of Santorini Biennale of Arts that will take place until September 30, 2012.
- Architects: 24D-Studio
- Project: Daphne
- Location: Pyrgos, Santorini, Greece
- Type: Installation
- Completion Date: July 2012
- Materials: Watercolor Paper
- Light Source: String LED
- Area: 25 m2 / 82 sf
- Design: 24° Studio (Fumio Hirakawa + Marina Topunova)
- Client: Santorini Biennale of Arts Organizing Committee
- Software used: Rhino 3D and Maya 2012
Wednesday, June 27th, 2012
Article source: 314 Architecture Studio
This building is located at the suburbs of Athens in the area next to the golf court in Glyfada, andconsists of three one floor apartments of 250m2 each.
Each apartment has two small and one master bedroom. Inside the building there is an atrium that provides light to secondary areas of the apartments whilealso working as a funnel exit for warm air energy consumption in the summer months.
- Architects: 314 Architecture Studio
- Project: H2 Residence
- Location: Athens, Greece
- Total area: 750m2 plot area 1000m2
- Software used: Autocad and the 3d sketch up with a rendering plug in and the photoshop
Wednesday, April 25th, 2012
Article source: Alexios Vandoros
At the streets Syggrou and Valaoritou takes place a new urban transformation of the city of Thessaloniki, Greece. The old small industry shops are converted to coffee-bars, pubs, alternative restaurants…
The area combines the old with the new, the alternative with the common. And, basically, ‘cheap’ entertainment..
A new place was created there, a coffee-bar, in a building that is said to be the oldest in the town of Thessaloniki. It was built at the end of the 19th century, and was the private house of the famous merchant ‘Allatini’, known as such since 1926.
- Architects: Alexios Vandoros – ShAPe Architects (Sandra Kalliagra, Patty Psarrou)
- Name of project: L’ovella Negra Bar
- Location: Thessalonika, Greece
- Completion Date: December 2009
- Software used: Autocad and 3dsmax