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House at Kawachi-Matsubara in Osaka, Japan by Fujiwaramuro Architects

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

Article source: Fujiwaramuro Architects

A residence standing on a narrow corner lot in the southern part of Osaka. The client wished for a music room for his wife, who teaches gospel music, and a place where many friends could gather.  Due to strict regulations because of the narrow width of the road, the site area was limited to 47 m2 but we tried to adjust the form as much as possible in configuring the interior.

Image Courtesy © Toshiyuki,Yano 

  • Architects: Fujiwaramuro Architects
  • Project: House at Kawachi-Matsubara
  • Location: Matubara, Osaka, Japan
  • Photography: Toshiyuki,Yano
  • Principle use: single family house
  • Site area: 46.95 m2
  • Building area: 30.43 m2
  • Total floor area: 73.50 m2
  • Project Architect: shintaro fujiwara, yoshio muro

Comandante Ferraz Antartic Station in Península Keller, Antarctica by Estudio 41

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

Article source: Estudio 41

In certain places around the world nature sometimes creates adverse conditions for the human body. In these places, thinking a building is almost like building a garment, an artifact that protects and comforts. It is a problem of technological performance, but must be combined with aesthetics. Achieving the human well being is more than working notions of comfort and security; it’s also working spaces in their perceptual and symbolic dimensions. A shelter, a safe place. The new home of Brazil in Antarctica. A place of protection and meeting of people for the production of scientific knowledge.That’s how is faced the task of designing the new Comandante Ferraz Antarctic Station.The void left by fire in 2012 loads of symbolism the importance of this new building, it represents the Brazilian presence in Antarctica as a possibility of scientific contribution along with the international community. It also represents an opportunity for technological development for Brazilian architecture and the domestic industry.

Image Courtesy Estudio 41

  • Architects: Estudio 41
  • Project: Comandante Ferraz Antartic Station
  • Location: Península Keller, Antarctica
  • Project year: 2013
  • Area: 3,200 sqm
  • Project Architects: Emerson Vidigal (ESTÚDIO 41), Eron Costin (ESTÚDIO 41), Fabio Henrique Faria (ESTÚDIO 41), João Gabriel Moura Rosa Cordeiro (ESTÚDIO 41)
  • Consultants: Arch. Guido Petinelli, sustainability (PETINELLI), Arch. Eduardo Brofman, sustainability. Eng. Eduardo Ribeiro, MEP, Arch. Carlos Garmatter, safety and fire fighting, Eng. Ricardo Dias, structural engineering, Eng. Bruno Martinez, sustainability (PETINELLI), Eng. Andre Belloni, sustainability (PETINELLI), Eng. Josiele Patias, geotechnics
  • Colaborators: Arch. Dario Corrêa Durce, Arch. Moacir Zancopé Jr., Martin Goic, Fernando Moleta, Alexandre Kenji, Rafael Fischer


Wo House in Kiryat Tivon, Israel by SO Architecture

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

Article source: SO Architecture

WO house was built in Kiryat Tivon, in one of the beautiful and green neighborhoods of the town.The house was built on a hard, oblong, narrow, trapezoidal plot in a zone of 750 sqm, the house surface itself is 250 sqm including a public space, a work space and four bedrooms.

Image Courtesy © Shai Epshtein

  • Architects: SO Architecture
  • Project: Wo House
  • Location: Kiryat Tivon, Israel
  • Photography: Shai Epshtein
  • Team: Shachar Lulav, Oded Rozenkier, Levav Shachar
  • Plot: 750 sqm
  • House: 250 sqm
  • Year: 2013

Rising Cairo in Egypt by Stefan Al Architects

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

Article source: Stefan Al Architects

Reviving the Vision

One hundred fifty years ago, Khedive Ismail imagined a progressive urban scheme for Cairo that brought the city to the forefront of the world. This projects attempts to revive his vision in a current way. It brings back the once exciting landscape of Azbakia Garden, including a lake, artificial hills, thousands of lights, and spaces for musical performances. A spectacular Opera House and a range of artistic spaces offer the city cultural delights. New transportation structures, underground parking, a tramway, and pleasant pedestrian spaces allow for convenient and efficient access. Finally, contemporary architecture and high-rises lend an image to the area that rivals with any world-class city.

Image Courtesy © Stefan Al and Tarek Abou-Zekry

  • Architects: Stefan Al Architects
  • Project: Rising Cairo
  • Location: Cairo, Egypt
  • Software used: Rhino


Office+Showroom for DK in Moscow, Russia by Megabudka

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

Article source: Megabudka


To  design  bright  multifunctional  space convenient for office work, visual for demonstration of interior elements, comfortable for lectures and prepossesing to communication at friendly meetings.

Image Courtesy Megabudka

  • Architects: Megabudka
  • Project: Office+Showroom for DK
  • Location: Artplay, 10-2 Niknyaya Siromyatnicheskaya, Moscow, Russia
  • Сredits: Kirill Gubernatorov, Andrey Samonaev, Artem Ukropov, Daria Listopad, Svetlana Tverdova
  • Constructor: Igor Zavarov
  • Client: DK.project
  • Year: 2013


Olympic Swimming Pool in Erbil, Kurdistan by DOS Architects

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

Article source: DOS Architects

This project, completed in early 2013, is our Competition winning proposal for the Olympic Swimming Pool Arena in Erbil, Kurdistan. The project represents a continuation in our on-going exploration of formal and programmatic variations, which started with our design for the Eternity Tower in Dubai and continues throughout much of our work, most recently with the Catholic Church of the Transfiguration, in Lagos.

Image courtesy DOS Architects 

  • Architects: DOS Architects
  • Project: Olympic Swimming Pool
  • Location: Erbil, Kurdistan
  • Client: Erbil Ministry of public works

Freedom Room by Comodo and Cibic Workshop

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

Article source: Comodo and Cibic Workshop

A brand new hospitality concept. A low cost, essential housing module, made and conceived in jail with inmates. A proposal, a product, an exhibition featuring an idea for temporary and social housing, spread hotels, hostels. Can design be a mean for social innovation? Can it provide answers to new emerging needs? In other words, can it be a freedom tool? 

Freedom room is a project developed by Aldo Cibic, Tommaso Corà, Marco Tortoioli Ricci in collaboration with one of the Italian High Security Prisons, Spoleto’s correctional facility. Comodo – a cooperative- has started since 2003 its education activities in that prison, dedicated to inmates’ professional training in design, grapichs and publishing.

Image Courtesy © Alberto Parise 

  • Architects: Comodo and Cibic Workshop
  • Project: Freedom Room 
  • Photography: Alberto Parise
  • Team:
    Cibic Workshop: Aldo Cibic, Tommaso Corà
    Comodo: Marco Tortoioli Ricci

Forrec Wins Three Awards of Excellence in Architecture in Perspective 28

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

Forrec is proud to announce that three members of its team received Awards of Excellence in the 28th annual Architecture in Perspective competition, held by the American Society of Architectural Illustrators, in Oakland California on February 23. The official announcement has just been released.

The winning entries were created by members of three Forrec Studios:

Steve Thorington, Creative Studio: This digital aeria Iillustration of Thanh Xuan Park in Hanoi, Vietnam, shows the three-storey sunken courtyard, whose central pool is connected to the lake on the left, by a cascading watercourse. The bright sunlight and the rich greens, blues and earth tones create a clear sense of the excitement of the scheme and humid subtropical warmth of this thousand-year-old city.

Thorington : Image courtesy Forrec Studios

Jan Jurgensen, Landscape Studio: This self-commissioned ink and pencil crayon drawing gives an enigmatic eye-level impression of what Toronto’s University Avenue might feel like with a central median of birch trees in place of the scattered garden that currently exists.

Jurgensen : Image courtesy Forrec Studios

Danny Drapiza, Architectural Studio: The Power long City Plaza (Xiamen, China) sectional elevation has been delineated and textured using an old-fashioned draughting pen. The appeal of the drawing lies as much in the intricate hand-rendered textures as in the exotic architecture and dramatic landscape that is being portrayed. Many of Forrec’s clients appreciate the ability of pen-and-ink drawings to convey the tactile qualities of a proposed environment.

Drapazia : Image courtesy Forrec Studios

The American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and recognition of the art, science and profession of architectural illustration. The Architecture in Perspective competition and exhibition – open to submissions from professional illustrators, architects and designers from around the world – has one major objective: to recognize and disseminate excellence in the art of architectural illustration.

Housing in Den Helder, The Netherlands by Tony Fretton Architects Ltd

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

Article source: Tony Fretton Architects Ltd 

Located in the northern Dutch town of Den Helder, the project occupies a long site between two canals, the Helderskanaal and Werfkanaal where it looks out onto Den Helder’s fine Napoleonic naval yard. West 8’s masterplan for the scheme reflected the character, scale and diversity of the city fabric along each canal and provided for a range of size and cost of dwellings.

Type D West Elevation,street view looking north next to Helderskanaal : Image Courtesy © Christian Richters

  • Architects: Tony Fretton Architects Ltd 
  • Project: Housing in Den Helder
  • Location: Molenplein, Den Helder, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Christian Richters
  • Client:  Proper-Stok
  • Programme dates: Feb 2008 – June 2008 stages A-D. Start on site Dec 2008
  • Value:  Euro 4.8million approx
  • Site area: 2300 sqn approx (relating to TFA buildings only)
  • Gross internal area (sqm):  3200 sqm approx
  • Design Team:  Geurst & Schulze executive architects
  • Project Architect:  Chris Snow
  • Structural Engineer: Ingenieursbureau Dijkhuis bv
  • Services Engineer: Wolf Dikken adviseurs (building physics)
  • Quantity Surveyor: Tuin Den Helder bv (contractor)
  • Landscape Architect:  West 8 (urban plan)
  • Software used: Vectorworks, Autocad


House in Yoro, Gifu, Japan by Airhouse Design Office

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

Article source: Airhouse Design Office

One of our client’s major requirements was for a living space where the presence of the family would always be felt. In response, we devised a single-roomed layout without columns that took advantage of the distinctive features of the existing warehouse. A large kitchen was installed to cater to the needs of the food-loving husband-and-wife couple. We then conceived the entire living space by taking the kitchen as a focal point, with a mix of various other activities and functions unfolding around it.

Image Courtesy © Toshiyuki Yano 

  • Architects: Airhouse Design Office
  • Project: House in Yoro
  • Location: Gifu, Japan
  • Photography: Toshiyuki Yano
  • Date of Complication: May 2012
  • Principal Use: Private House
  • Structure: Steel Frame
  • Site area: 1027.34m2
  • Total Floor Area: 131.58m2
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