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New High School Campus for the Cultural Institute in Tamaulipas, Mexico by Taller Veinticuatro

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Article source: Taller Veinticuatro

It has been decided to create a series of worlds and environments that occur throughout the school, a great variety of spaces for participation and privacy, where the individuals can develop personally and collectively. Water mirrors, wooded courtyards, and lush gardens screen intellectual activity. Innovation becomes a mean of inspiration for the men and women to be formed.

Main Facade : Image Courtesy Taller Veinticuatro 

  • Architects: Taller Veinticuatro
  • Project: New High School Campus for the Cultural Institute of Tampico
  • Location: Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico
  • Program: Education
  • Architects: Ulises Zúñiga, Graciela López, Gabriel de la Torre, Hanni Paz, Luz Sánchez
  • Collaborators: MADMOR
  • Type: Private Competition
  • Organizer: Cultural Institute of Tampico

The Zancudo Lodge in Zancudo, Costa Rica by Jeffrey Panameno Architecture

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Article source: Jeffrey Panameno Architecture

This is a sports fishing Lodge in the exhuberan pacific south of Costa Rica. The project is trying to blend contemporary architecture concepts with the tropical architecture language. In order to approach to this idea we decided to design wide open spaces and heights to get the most of the fantastic front ocean view, but at the same time the idea was to get a very warm and cozy feeling for the tourists.

Image Courtesy Jeffrey Panameno Architecture 

  • Architects: Jeffrey Panameno Architecture
  • Project: The Zancudo Lodge
  • Location: Zancudo, Costa Rica

Between Sun and Rails in Hamburg, Germany by Blauraum Architects

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Article source: Blauraum Architects

Hamburg`s Largest Solar-Sail Building, German architectural studio blauraum has built a railway service building with an optimal energy balance on half the amount of land occupied by the old facility. The result decreases CO2 emissions by the weight of 2 African elephants (10,635 kg/year) and saves as much energy as 6 100 square metre homes consume in a year (55,974 kWh/year).

Image Courtesy © Martin Schlüter 

  • Architects: Blauraum Architects
  • Project: Between Sun and Rails
  • Location: Niedernfelder Ufer 4, Freihafen Hamburg, Germany
  • Photography: Martin Schlüter
  • Client: HPA Hamburg Port Authority AöR
  • Total usable floor space: 1400 m2
  • Year: 2010

House for the weekends in Rhodopi Mountains, Bulgaria by 2InStudio

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Article source: 2InStudio

The project consists of a small village house in a distinct part of a property located in the village of Momchilovci in the Rhodopi Mountains, Bulgaria. The starting point was that the contractor wanted a very small house right next to his bigger one so that he can use it only for the weekends.

Image Courtesy 2 in Studio 

  • Architects: 2InStudio
  • Project Designer: Ivan Shterev
  • Project: House for the weekends
  • Location: Rhodopi Mountains, Bulgaria
  • Software used: ArchiCad v.14 and ArtLantis Studio v3

North Laser Center in Hamburg, Germany by Blauraum Architects

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Article source: Blauraum Architects

HAMBURG, GERMANY – In the Bergedorf district, the Laser Zentrum Nord (North Laser Center) pioneers the future of the German steel-construction industry. Here, students and faculty of the Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg can explore how laser-technology can be used for cheaper and more accurate construction and welding techniques. Accordingly, the Laser Zentrum Nord itself rises from the ground in long, straight, laser-beam-like lines.

Image Courtesy © Martin Schlüter 

  • Architects: Blauraum Architects
  • Project: North Laser Center
  • Location: Hamburg, Germany
  • Photography: Martin Schlüter
  • Client: North Laser Center GmbH
  • Date of completion: 02.2012
  • Area: 4.700 m²

The Frill House in Gujarat, India by Hiren Patel Architects

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Article source: Hiren Patel Architects

This house is designed with prime focus with landscape. This is a first climate oriented house plan. It has a summer garden and a winter garden. Here the plan forms “Z”. Thus it creates two garden spaces on south side and north side,the south side garden is designed like a “forest ” to help tree plantations to create shadows on the building. This used of garden gets sun in morning till late evening, thus ideal to use in winter. Where north side garden has more lawn area, which has shadow of building in afternoon and evening.  It gets good morning sun and than later part of a day is shaded. Thus it becomes summer garden to use in hot days.

Image Courtesy Hiremn Patel Architects 

CZ Insurance Headquarters in Tilburg, Netherlands by Barcode Architects and Habiter Autrement

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Article source: Barcode Architects

BARCODE Architects completes the first redevelopment phase of CZ insurance headquarters. CZ approached BARCODE Architects with the question to drastically transform the interior of their headquarters in Tilburg so that new ways of working with more opportunities for communication and knowledge sharing could emerge.

Image Courtesy Barcode Architects

  • Architects: Barcode Architects and Habiter Autrement
  • Project: CZ Insurance Headquarters
  • Location: Tilburg, Netherlands
  • Stage: Realised
  • Client: CZ
  • Area: 2000m2
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