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The East Village in Austin, Texas by Bercy Chen Studio LP

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

Article source: Bercy Chen Studio LP

Located in the Revitalization District of East 11th Street, this vertical mixed-use project has become a unique focal point in a quickly growing neighborhood. The project includes 11 retail stores and offices, 20 residential condominiums of which 20% are affordable housing, and roof top decks accessible by all residents. The unique solar screen on the south and west facades is just one of the many aspects of the design that contributes to the 3?Star Green Building Rating. The East Village is also one of the City of Austin’s S.M.A.R.T. (Safe, Mixed-Income, Accessible, Reasonably Priced, Transit Oriented) Housing developments. The East 11th Street neighborhood in Austin has seen considerable change since 2001. Once a largely ignored portion of Austin, E. 11th Street is now home to many different retail shops, restaurants, offices, and cultural groups. The East Village seeks to capture this diversity by developing a dynamic and creative environment for its residents, combining retail shops and small commercial offices with residential units on the upper floors. On the fourth floor are two green roofs; each with a wonderful view of downtown.


Block 19 Mixed Use Development (Images Courtesy Ryan Michael)

  • Architect: Bercy Chen Studio LP
  • Project: The East Village
  • Location: Austin, Texas, USA
  • Size: 2,591 sq m
  • Photographer: Ryan Michael


Metro Station 20 in Sofia, Bulgaria by Peter Ruge Architekten

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

Article source: Peter Ruge Architekten

New Metro Station 20 on Metro Line 1 in Sofia, Bulgaria  – International Competition, 2011

Acting as a primary metro connection between Sofia’s city centre and the airport, and the hub of a major commercial redevelopment plan, the design of Station 20 site seeks to establish clear pathways, form active connections and harmonise architecture and landscape.

Perspective from main plaza

  • Architect: Peter Ruge Architekten
  • Name of Project: Metro Station 20
  • Location: Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Site: 12, 390 sqm
  • GFA: 2,430 sqm


Residential area in Skolkovo Innovation Center in Russia by Arch group

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

Article source: Arch group

Architectural Concept Technopark Residential Area Skolkovo Innovation Center

Architectural Bureau Arch Group was created by architects Alexey Goryainov and Michael Krymov  in 2007 in Moscow. The main activity at that time was the design of public interiors and control centers for major energy and telecommunications companies. Today, more than 15 projects are built. Also, the Bureau is engaged in designing buildings for different purposes and public interiors.

Aerial view of Apartment Houses

  • Architect: Arch group – Alexey Goryainov, Michael Krymov and Alexey Polyakov
  • Name of Project: Residential area in Skolkovo Innovation Center
  • Location: Skolkovo, Russia
  • Project: 2011


Kimball Art Center in Park City, Utah by BIG

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

Article source: BIG

In approaching the design for the new Kimball Art Center, we found great inspiration in the urban development of Park City, the Kimball site, and the city’s mining heritage. We feel the form of the new Kimball Art Center emerges where these rich stories overlap.

Rendering 01

  • Architect: BIG
  • Name of Project: Kimball Art Center
  • Location: Park City, Utah, USA
  • Client: Kimball Art Center
  • Size: 2.800 m2, 30.000 sf
  • Collaborators: Nexus Architects, Dunn Associates, Van Boerum & Frank Associates, and Envision Engineering
  • Partner in charge: Bjarke Ingels
  • Project leader: Leon Rost
  • Team members: Terrence Chew, Suemin Jeon, Chris Falla, Andreia Teixeira, Ho Kyung Lee


Balmain House in Sydney, Australia by Carter Williamson Architects (designed using Vectorworks)

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

Article source: Carter Williamson Architects

The original 1860’s home sits modestly on its block. Humble and unassuming, its appearance defines its cultural significance; the workers cottage preserves a ‘moment’ in the rich, blue-collar heritage and character of Balmain. Preserving and restoring the integrity of the existing cottage as part of the streetscape and the eclectic, urban fabric of Balmain was always fundamental to the design. Any addition needed to be sympathetic, sensitively yet distinctively bridging the divide between new and old.

Rear facade at night


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