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Forest Valley Hot Spring Center in Hebei, China by B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio

Thursday, May 7th, 2020

Article source: B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio

1 Background
The site of this project is located in the valley of Rehe, the North of Chengde City in China, providing primitive forest environment. In ancient times, there were enormous volcanic eruptions, leaving the site natural and superior hot spring resources.

Image Courtesy © Xia Zhi

  • Architects: B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio (ShuHei Aoyama, Yoko Fujii, Huiyong Yang, Jiaxi Li, Baiyi Chen, Lingxi Gu, Huiyi Wu)
  • Project: Forest Valley Hot Spring Center
  • Location: Qi Jia Village, Long Hua, Cheng De City, He Bei Province
  • Photography: Xia Zhi
  • Element: Hot spring Spa
  • Construction Drawing Design: China Institute of Building Standard Design & Research Co, Ltd.
  • Architectural Curtain Wall Design: BWCG
  • Interior Design: B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio
  • Interior Landscape: Guqi Gao,Hao Yang
  • Client: SD Harvest Land Group Co, Ltd.


Colibri House in Barrio de Santiago, México by Taller Estilo Arquitectura

Thursday, May 7th, 2020

Article source: Taller Estilo Arquitectura

Located in the Barrio de Santiago, Colibrí House in a Casona (Old House) at Merida historic center with colonial chacateristics that had different architectonic restoration actions, going by a rehabilitation process to consolidate the damaged physical areas from the building; also restructuring some elements to extend the living area to fulfill the programmatic needs of the household and finally a partial remodeling of the construction to create a living space for enjoyment of the exterior functionally and in symbolic ways.

Image Courtesy © Taller Estilo Arquitectura


Multi-Modal Terminal O’Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois by Ross Barney Architects

Thursday, May 7th, 2020

Article source: Ross Barney Architects

The new Multi-Modal Terminal at O’Hare International Airport connects the airport’s ground transportation options in one spot. Connected to the airline terminals by a 1-1/2 mile extension of the Airport Transit System (ATS), or people mover, it is a welcoming and convenient gateway to Chicago for arriving visitors.

Image Courtesy © Hall+Merrick

  • Architects: Ross Barney Architects
  • Project: Multi-Modal Terminal O’Hare International Airport
  • Location: Chicago, Illinois
  • Photography: Hall+Merrick
  • Cost: $841 million (including ATS extension)
  • Project Team: City of Chicago, Department of Aviation, Owner Ross Barney Architects, Design Architect TranSystems, Architect of Record, Transportation Engineer, Lead Consultant Delta Engineering, Mechanical Plumping, Fire Protection Engineer Singh & Associates, Electrical Engineer Walker Parking, Parking Layout Austin Power Partners, Construction Manager at Risk
  • Size: 3 million square feet
  • Completed: 2019


A Woodwork Enthusiast’s Home in Xiamen, China by ZMY Design

Thursday, May 7th, 2020

Article source: ZMY Design

The project is situated in an abandoned cement factory area, where the owner chose a three-storey building to create a residence. The main structures of the original building, including the cylindrical structure, are retained, which tell the connection between the past and present.

Image Courtesy © Wu Yongchang

  • Designer: ZMY Design
  • Project: A Woodwork Enthusiast’s Home
  • Location: Xiamen, China
  • Photography: Wu Yongchang
  • Main materials: French white oak wood, hot-rolled panel, emery, mixture of shell powder and earth
  • Area: 295 m2
  • Completion time: March 2019


Casa GLAG in Tarragona, Spain by GUILLEM CARRERA arquitecte

Thursday, May 7th, 2020

Article source: GUILLEM CARRERA arquitecte 

A growing family sets out the necessity of enlarge their home of three rooms and 85m2 by adding a second apartment, originally with two rooms and 60m2. The main premise to keep in mind is that the family has to be able to keep on living in their own home during the construction course.

The morphologic analysis of the original apartment emphasize that the night space presented a functional distribution of three rooms and two bathrooms, with minimum circulation area and a suitable size. Furthermore, day space presented an excessive fragmentation and a smaller size. That’s why it is chosen to keep the night space and remodel and enlarge the day space, excluding the kitchen.

Image Courtesy © José Hevia

  • Architects: GUILLEM CARRERA arquitecte
  • Project: Casa GLAG
  • Location: Tarragona, Spain
  • Photography: José Hevia
  • Software used: AutoCAD, Office, Presto, and Photoshop
  • Collaborators: Lorena Lamberto, Lara Arin
  • Constructor: Baumester SL
  • Subcontracting: Oficrea SL, Luxiform Il·luminació SL, La Casa Interiors de Fusta SL, Mantenimientos Comunitarios Tarraco SL, Citysens Designs SL, Oleguer Roigé Instalacions, Nou Concepte Interiors SL, Silifoc SA, Florentin Ebanistas SL
  • Surface: 145 m2
  • Project’s year: 2018
  • End of construction: 2019


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