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Eight Thousand Two Hundred Fifteen in Miami, Florida by Studio BONNER & Stayner Architects

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Article source: Studio BONNER & Stayner Architects

Eight Thousand Two Hundred Fifteen
is a proposal for an entrance plaza and children’s play area for Zoo Miami and Miami-Dade Art in Public Places. Emerging from the uncontrollability of hydrology and urbanism, the 80,000 ft2 paving system is comprised of thousands of pre-cast and cast-in-place concrete surfaces that mutate from horizontal to vertical at key points, both adaptive and constantly changing. Approximately two hundred of these pavers delaminate and peel off the ground.

Image Courtesy Bonner & Stayner

  • Architects: Studio BONNER & Stayner Architects
  • Project: Eight Thousand Two Hundred Fifteen
  • Location: Miami, Florida USA
  • Client: Miami-Dade Art in Public Places / Zoo Miami
  • Use: Culture, Public Art Works


Youth centre in Amsterdam, The Netherlands by Atelier Kempe Thill architects and planners

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Article source: Atelier Kempe Thill architects and planners


Youth- and neighbourhood centre “De hood” in Amsterdam-Osdorp, 2011

In the garden city

Osdorp grew during the extension of the city of Amsterdam after the Second World War on the basis of the urban plan of De Stijl – architect Cornelis van Eesteren. Since the nineties, a large urban renewal project is in progress in which the poorly maintained buildings are subsequently demolished and are replaced by new ones.  An attempt is made to eliminate the urban problems of the CIAM planning while nevertheless maintaining its qualities. One of these qualities is the green, lush areas between the building blocks.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Architektur-Fotografie Ulrich Schwarz - Ulrich Schwarz)

  • Architect: Atelier Kempe Thill architects and planners
  • Name of Project: Youth centre
  • Location: Reimerswaalstraat, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Client: Ymere Ontwikkeling
  • Team Atelier Kempe Thill: André Kempe, Oliver Thill, David van Eck, with Andrius Raguotis, Blanca Sanchez Babe, Ruud Smeelen, Giorgio Terraneo
  • Copyright holder of Images: Architektur-Fotografie Ulrich Schwarz –  Ulrich Schwarz


Pre School for Early Childhood in Timayui, Colombia by Giancarlo Mazzanti

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Article source: Giancarlo Mazzanti


This project is part of the political concerns of the municipality of Santa Marta and the Carulla Foundation to improve the educational and nutritional conditions of the communities displaced by violence, and settled on the outside perimeter of the city.  It is meant to develop infrastructure to improve the conditions of early childhood and low-income neighborhoods to the most vulnerable population between ages of 0 to 5 years old.  These areas are characterized by violence and lack of public infrastructure.

Pre School for Early Childhood in Timayui

  • Architects: Giancarlo Mazzanti
  • Project: Pre School for Early Childhood
  • Location: Colombia, Santa Martha
  • Formal name of building:Jardín Social Timayui
  • Architect Collaborators: Susana Somoza, Andrés Sarmiento, Néstor Gualteros, Oscar Cano, Lucia Largo
  • Period: January – November 2010
  • Cost: 1.200.000 pesos / m2
  • Structural Designer: Nicolas Parra
  • Owner: Santa Martha Town Hall, Carulla Foundation, ICBF (Instituto Colombiano de Bienestar Familiar)


St Falls in Victoria, Australia by Elenberg Fraser

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Article source: Elenberg Fraser

Situated in Falls Creek, the development is an essential and exciting new Gateway concept for the Village. Comprising two elegantly formed buildings emerging from the landscape, the view on arrival is complimented by the clearly framed aspect up to the ski fields beyond. At ground level there will be a new retail strip fronting Bogong High Plains Road enlivening the street frontage and creating weather protected spill out zones for visitors to the Village. Entries to the upper level apartments are integrated into this dynamic facade language with prominent entry canopies announcing the unique interiors of the St Falls lobbies.

Images Courtesy Peter Clarke


Terra Panonica in Kikinda, Serbia by Studio “AUTORI”

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Article source: Studio “AUTORI”

Mokrin is a settlement  in the municipality Kikinda, found 13 km from the town Kikinda, in Vojvodina region. The village of Mokrin is part of a planned type of villages that have been established by the Austro-Hungariarian Empire on the territory of Vojvodina since the 18th century. These types of villages are characterized by regular communication  infrastructure, organization of buildings on  the plots and  typology of buildings.

Night View (Images Courtesy Vladimir Sretenović)

  • Architect: Studio “AUTORI”
  • Name of Project: Terra Panonica
  • Location: Svetog Save 25, Mokrin, Kikinda, Serbia
  • Project Team: Dipl.Ing.Arch. Dijana Novaković, Dipl.Ing.Arch. Maja Trbović, Dipl.Ing.Arch. Aleksandra Nikitin, M.Arch. Dušan Nenadović
  • Photographs: Vladimir Sretenović


Metro entrances for San Sebastian. Eleva in Spain by BABELstudio

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Article source: BABELstudio

‘Eleva’, the proposal for the entrances to the new underground of San Sebastian, is based on the idea of the manipulation of the terrain. As the tubes of the metro network are generated by excavating and perforating the ground, the access is created by cutting the pavement in correspondence to the superfitial world.

Metro San Sebastian (Image Courtesy BABELstudio)

  • Architects: BABELstudio
  • Project: Metro entrances for San Sebastian. Eleva
  • Location: San Sebastian, Spain
  • Subject: Competition for station entrances of the future San Sebastian underground
  • Client: Euskal Trenbide Sarea, Department of Housing, Transport and Public Works of the Basque Government
  • Project Year: 2011
  • Images: BABELstudio


Tellus Nursery School in Stockholm, Sweden by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Article source: Tham & Videgård Arkitekter

On the border between a former urban/industrial development and a small forest where new housing is being developed, this nursery school mediates between different contexts and scales. A semi enclosed entrance courtyard constitutes a first exterior space for parents and children meeting and leaving. The organic layout encourages movement as space becomes continuous and creates both exterior and interior rooms of challenging shapes. Windows are freely placed at different heights and allow for light and views to be adapted also to the scale of children, which further the relation between the interior and the exterior play ground and the wooded hill.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Åke E:son Lindman)

  • Architect: Tham & Videgård Arkitekter
  • Name of the project: Tellus Nursery School
  • Location: Telefonplan, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Chief architects: Bolle Tham and Martin Videgård
  • Project architect: Eric Engström
  • Photographer: Åke E:son Lindman


Double dwelling Lookwatering in The Netherlands by DP6 architectuurstudio

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Article source: DP6 architectuurstudio

This project called for a semi-detached house, a double dwelling for two families. The double dwelling was designed, developed and realized by architect Robert Alewijnse and designed as a singular architectonic object, housing two completely different homes. The eastern home was specifically designed for the architect’s family and the western home was sold and adapted to the specific wishes of the new owners.

Double dwelling

  • Architects: DP6 architectuurstudio
  • Project: Double dwelling Lookwatering
  • Location: Lookwatering, Den Hoorn, the Netherlands
  • Team: Robert Alewijnse, Bart Withagen, Rik den Heijer
  • Client: Family Alewijnse-Verweij
  • Gross floor area: 426 sqm
  • Contractor: Aannemersbedrijf Schott, Pijnacker
  • Photography: Christian Richter
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Small House in an Olive Grove, Sonoma, California by Cooper Joseph Studio designed using Vectorworks

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Article source: Cooper Joseph Studio

At 850 square-feet, this one-bedroom house on a steep Sonoma hillside has unusual presence. On the outside, it features heroic, modern facades and boldly dynamic forms. The interior, by contrast is playful, allowing for intriguing interpenetrations of space and volume. Grand gestures are balanced by intimate moments. Giant panes of glass afford views north to rolling vineyards, while to the south, glimpses to specific landscapes are shielded from warm southern light.

Night view (Images Courtesy Elliott Kaufman Photography)

  • Architect: Cooper Joseph Studio
  • Name of Project: Small House in an Olive Grove
  • Location: Sonoma, California
  • Photos credit: Elliott Kaufman Photography
  • Credit  of Plans and Sections: Cooper Joseph Studio
  • Software/Hardware used: MAC based office. Used Vectorworks for this particular project in conjunction with many, many, physical models.


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