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reOrder: An Architectural Environment in Brooklyn, New York by Situ Studio designed using Rhino and Grasshopper

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

Article source: Situ Studio

The architectural transformations of the Brooklyn Museum over the past 120 years provide a singular history of an urban institution adapting to changing times. Unwilling to remain static, the museum has evolved continuously, physically reshaping itself to respond to a rapidly unfolding city.

reOrder in the Great Hall, Brooklyn Museum (Images Courtesy Keith Sirchio)

  • Architect: Situ Studio
    Project Name: reOrder: An Architectural Environment
  • Location: Brooklyn, New York
  • Design and Fabrication: Situ Studio (BasarGirit, Aleksey Lukyanov-Cherny, Wes Rozen, Brad Samuels and 20+ crew)
  • Installation photographs: Keith Sirchio
  • Site: Great Hall, first-floor 10,000 square foot colonnaded hall
  • Construction dates:February 7, 2011 – March 3, 2011
  • Client: Brooklyn Museum
  • Software used: Rhino and Grasshopper


Planned City of Palmas in Tocantins, Brasil by Urban Recycle Architecture Studio

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

Article source: Urban Recycle Architecture Studio

As the capital and geographic center of the State of Tocantins, Palmas, has much to teach Brazil. Nationally known for its natural beauty, urban planning and economic potential, Palmas is growing in all directions at high speeds in comparison to its neighbors. The wide avenues and well-designed gardens make tourists and travelers fall in love with this beautiful “piece” of Brazil. As one of the fastest expanding cities in Brazil and with bold modern design this city has become, in 20 years, one of the most beautiful and best equipped in the north. Designed to “bring people together”, Palmas grows according to estimates of the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), the population growth of over 110% in 2008 compared with the population in 1996 to 86,116 inhabitants an estimated 184,010 inhabitants as well as higher economic growth compared to the national average.

Planned City of Palmas (Image Courtesy Urban Media)

  • Architects: Urban Recycle Architecture Studio
  • Project: Planned City of Palmas
  • Location: Palmas, Tocantins, Brasil
  • Team: Diego Viana Gomes, Juliana Meira Araujo Aguiar, Saul Kaminsky, Bernfeld Oliveira, Susan C. George
  • Year: 2011
  • Situation: Honorable Mention of the Competition
  • Images: URBAN MEDIA
  • Software used: Sketchup, Rhino 3d (pannels design), Autocad and Photoshop


Rosa Parks Apartments in Chicago, Illinois by Landon Bone Baker Architects

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

Article source: Landon Bone Baker Architects

Rosa Parks Apartments consists of the development of 94 affordable rental apartments in 8 buildings scattered across 21 city lots in the West Humboldt Park neighborhood of Chicago. In order to achieve an economy of scale and affordability, the buildings vary from 6 to 27 units and are all a variation on a theme of the same modular facade. Only 2 types of windows are used throughout the development, and scattered 1 and 2-story colored bays project from the front and rear of the buildings—adding definition to their facades.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Andreas Larsson)

  • Architect: Peter Landon – Landon Bone Baker Architects
  • Name: Rosa Parks Apartments
  • Location: Chicago, Illinois, USA
  • Size: 130,350 Square Feet
  • Photo credit: Andreas Larsson
  • Drawing Credits: Kami Altman, Daniel Splaingard, Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation


Hongkong and Shanghai Bank Headquarters by Foster + Partners

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

Article source: Foster + Partners

Conceived during a sensitive period in the former colony’s history, the brief for the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank Headquarters was a statement of confidence: to create ‘the best bank building in the world’. Through a process of questioning and challenging − including the involvement of a feng shui geomancer − the project addressed the nature of banking in Hong Kong and how it should be expressed in built form. In doing so it virtually reinvented the office tower.

Image Courtesy Ian Lambot

  • Architects: Foster + Partners
  • Project: Hongkong and Shanghai Bank Headquarters
  • Location: Hongkong and Shanghai
  • Client: Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
  • Area (Gross): 99,000m²
  • Area (Net): 79,200m²
  • Height: 183m


Nestlé Chocolate Museum in Toluca, State of Mexico by Rojkind arquitectos

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

Article source: Rojkind arquitectos

The Red Alebrije

Architecture as an experience. Sensory architecture, experienced through the architectural tour, through the surprises, the turns and the bends. Architecture as a challenge. The forms and spaces contained, as well as the times are pushed to the limit. Complexity and record time: three months to project and build. Dramatic and expansive architecture that reflects the frozen instant of trains crashing in the air.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Paúl Rivera)

  • Architect: Rojkind arquitectos
  • Project: Nestlé Chocolate Museum
  • Location: Toluca, State of Mexico
  • Design Principal: Michel Rojkind
  • Program: Cultural and Educational
  • Construction Area: 634 m2


Aarhus Gymnastics and Motor Skills Hall in Aarhus, Denmark by C. F. Møller Architects

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

Article source: C. F. Møller Architects

The children of Aarhus now have a unique hall to romp in. Aarhus Gymnastics and Motor Skills Hall, designed by C. F. Møller Architects, combines the best of the sports hall and playground and is the only one of its kind in Denmark – probably worldwide.

Image Courtesy Julian Weyer

  • Architects: C. F. Møller Architects
  • Project: Aarhus Gymnastics and Motor Skills Hall
  • Location: Hvidkildevej, Aarhus, Denmark
  • Client: VIK Gymnastik
  • Engineer: Moe & Brødsgaard A/S
  • Size: 1600m2 (1200m2 new building and 400m2 refurbishment)
  • Construction period: 2009-2010


Dining Womb by John Lum Architecture Inc.

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

Article source: John Lum Architecture Inc.

The Dining Womb was created for the 2010 DIFFA (Design Industry Foundation Fighting Aids) fundraiser whose simple brief was to create tables for dining, which were viewed and used by patrons during the event.   Typically dominated by interior designers who create decorative and theatrical table tops, we wanted to get beyond the superfluous, and focus on the critical elements necessary for a great dining experience; namely intimacy, intrigue and sensuality.  As architects, we wanted to create something that was rigorous and functional, with a strong conceptual, structured form.  Our brief required us to seat twenty individuals.


  • Architect: John Lum Architecture Inc.
  • Name of Project: Dining Womb
  • Project Designer/Manager: Bret Walters
  • Lighting Advisor: Scott Dumas, David Scott Lighting
  • Software used: Rhino 5.0, 64-bit for the 3D work and the Maxwell Render plug-in for rendering.  The workflow includes photoshop, Illustrator, and Vectorworks as well.


Mooi Store in Kensington, London by West Architecture designed using MicroStation

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

Article source: West Architecture

Mooi is a new clothing store in Kensington London, offering bohemian luxury for women. It aims to reclaim some of the local fashion heritage and individualism previously embodied in shops such as Kensington Market and Sign of the Times.

Internal Shot (Image Courtesy Edmund Sumner)


Pawling House in New York by SPG Architects designed using Vectorworks

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

Article source: SPG Architects

This 3,330 SF weekend getaway provides a private refuge for a NYC couple.  The house sits on 5 semi-private acres.  Its pavilion-like form nestles into a rise in the landscape allowing for the 2-story bedroom zone to seamlessly link with the main living areas, which contain living, dining, and kitchen functions.  A dining terrace and a private master bedroom suite garden are defined as exterior rooms by concrete half walls that are extensions of the main house form.  The gestural roofline slopes upward from the closed front facade to the more open rear facade and provides a sense of soaring relief as the occupant moves from the entry court to the expansive views beyond.

Rear façade from pool (Images Courtesy Tim Street-Porter)

  • Architect: SPG Architects
  • Name of Project: Pawling House
  • Location: Pawling, New York
  • Type: Residence
  • Photography: Randy O’Rourke, Tim Street-Porter, SPG Architects
  • Interior Design: Frank Webb of White Webb Interiors
  • Landscape Architecture: Mario Nievera
  • Software used: Vectorworks


Party Animal in Praça de S. Paulo, Portugal by LIKEarchitects

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

Article source: LIKEarchitects

Regardless of its obvious architectonic and historic value and its central location in the city of Lisbon, the square of S. Paulo has been merely a passage site on the way to the underground clubs and bars on the downtown area – paradoxically marginal and desert in the centre of the city.

Images Courtesy Francisco Nogueira


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