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Hello BABY Children’s Center in Dnipro, Ukraine by SVOYA studio

Wednesday, May 13th, 2020

Article source: SVOYA studio

The “Hello BABY” children’s center is located on the first floor of a residential complex in the central part of the city of Dnipro.

Initially, the architects of SVOYA STUDIO had the task to design a new additional space for the existing center with their own identity. In the process, the name and branding were developed anew by Alexander Sidorenko, according to a new design concept.

Image Courtesy © Alexander Angelovskyi

  • Architects: SVOYA studio
  • Project: Hello BABY Children’s Center
  • Location: Dnipro, Ukraine
  • Photography: Alexander Angelovskyi
  • Area: 512 m2
  • Year: 2020


Da Ya Li Roast Duck Restaurant in Chengdu, China by IN • X

Wednesday, May 13th, 2020

Article source: IN • X

Wu Wei: Discovering the New Vitality of Traditional Brand Da Ya Li Roast Duck Restaurant Chengdu Vanke Tianhui Branch

Food is a good embodiment of civilization, as well as the past and the present of a city.

Chinese people have been good at tasting food since ancient times. Sichuan is a region of China that emphasizes on food taste and aestheticism. It has cultivated discerning taste buds of generations with its outstanding food speciality.

Image Courtesy © Shi Yunfeng

  • Architects: IN • X
  • Project: Da Ya Li Roast Duck Restaurant
  • Location: Vanke Tianhui, Chengdu, China
  • Photography: Shi Yunfeng
  • Lead Architects: Wu Wei
  • Design Team: Jia Qifeng, Liu Chenyang, Jia Chenjuan, Jin Shengxu, Ying Zheguang
  • Clients: Da Ya  Li Roast Duck Restaurant
  • Project Planning: Lele Brand Strategy
  • Gross Built Area: 1480m²
  • Completion Year: 2019


Junshan Cultural Center in Beijing, China by Neri&Hu Design and Research

Wednesday, May 13th, 2020

Article source: Neri&Hu Design and Research

“Inhabitants are spared the boredom of following the same streets every day… the network of routes is not arranged on one level, but follows instead an up-and-down course of steps, landings, cambered bridges, hanging streets. Combining segments of the various routes, elevated or on ground level, each inhabitant can enjoy every day the pleasure of a new itinerary to reach the same places.”

Image Courtesy © Pedro Pegenaute

  • Architects: Neri&Hu Design and Research
  • Project: Junshan Cultural Center
  • Location: Jingmi Road, Miyun District, Beijing, China
  • Photography: Pedro Pegenaute, Xia Zhi
  • Project Type: Architectural Renovation and Interior Design
  • Design Team: Lyndon Neri & Rossana Hu (Founding Partners, Principal in Charge), Nellie Yang (Associate Director, Architecture), Jerry Guo (Associate), Utsav Jain (Associate), Ellen Chen (Associate), Zoe Gao, Wuyahuang Li, Josh Murphy, Alexandra Heijink, Hwajung Song, Lara Depedro, Jason Jia,Brian Lo (senior associate, product design), Xiaowen Chen, Mona He, Cindy Sun, Jacqueline Yam
  • Gross Area: 4000sqm
  • Design Period: November 2017 – October 2018


Panorama in São Paulo, Brazil by Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados

Wednesday, May 13th, 2020

Article source: Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados

The project arose from the owner’s aspiration to have a swimming-pool in his apartment. A wish that was welcomed and taken on board by Brazilian architect Fernanda Marques, who decided to place it right in the living-room, no less, so that in addition to enjoying it for leisure, it would create an element of tension, particularly strong and present. “I designed the apartment for a couple with no children.

Image Courtesy © Fillippo Bamberghi

  • Architects: Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados
  • Project: Panorama
  • Location: São Paulo, Brazil
  • Photography: Fillippo Bamberghi
  • Client Typology: Couple
  • Main Concept of the Project: To house all the client’s works of art harmoniously and with fluidity
  • Particular Ambiences: A swimming-pool in the middle of the living room
  • Specific Client Requests: To have a pool inside the apartment
  • Art Pieces: By Ernesto Neto, Edgard de Souza, Manoel Rio Branco, Zerbini and Tunga
  • Characteristics of the Customer: Artcollector
  • Dimension of the Project: 600m²


Baltic Sea Terraces in Eckernförde, Germany by rimpf Architektur & Generalplanung

Wednesday, May 13th, 2020

Article source: rimpf Architektur & Generalplanung

Built on a slope, with a view over the Baltic Sea

Situated on a steep, westerly slope, approximately 20m above sea level, below one of Eckernförde’s most popular residential streets, this residence enjoys one of the most stunning views over the bay and the open Baltic Sea.

Image Courtesy © Hagen Stier

  • Architects: rimpf Architektur & Generalplanung
  • Project: Baltic Sea Terraces
  • Location: Eckernförde, Germany
  • Photography: Hagen Stier
  • Living Space: 410m2
  • Net Area: 527m2
  • Planning: 2014-2015
  • Completion Year: 2016


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