At the new Visitor Centre Österild designed by CUBO, the architecture creates a unique setting for exploring the forces of nature, when giant turbines turn wind into green energy. Visitors can explore the world’s largest wind turbines placed on land and gain extensive knowledge about the wind turbine technology.
The centre is placed next to the Danish National Testing Centre where research and technology of the wind turbine industry is conducted in collaboration with DTU and other institutions, that research, develop and test prototype wind turbines and turbine technology.
A single-family home, including three stories and a basement, rises out of this single-front rectangular site.The ground floor provides access to the driveway, footpath, main foyer and service entrance, all of which are located at opposite ends of the property. It also houses the common and social spaces, including the living and dining rooms, study, kitchen, and guest bathroom. In terms of outdoor spaces, gardens are located at the front and rear of the property. A walkway extends along the property from the entrance to the rear garden, allowing access to the home over a basement garden.
Hardio is a contemporary multi-faceted cycling studio. It was created as an alternative to traditional gyms polluted with visual noise and bright decorations.
The owner of Hardio is a lawyer and a sports fan. He had a dream about a place where he and his friends could cycle indoors in any weather conditions. He also wanted to create a space for practicing yoga and meditation. In the end, he decided to house the two activities – a had workout and meditation – under one roof, and entrusted balbek bureau with the realization of his dream.
On a marvelous place like a piece of earthly paradise, at Cádiz, we have built an infinite plane facing the infinite sea, the most radical house we have ever made. At the very edge of the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, where the sea unites the new and the old continent, emerges a stone platform. At the place where all the ships from the Mediterranean used to pass and still pass by as they head off into the Atlantic.
There we have erected a house as if it were a jetty facing out to sea. A house that is a podium crowned by an upper horizontal plane. On this resoundingly horizontal plane, bare and denuded, we face out to the distant horizon traced by the sea where the sun goes down. A horizontal plane on high built in stone, Roman travertine, as if it were sand, an infinite plane facing the infinite sea. Nothing more and nothing less.
H Code is a unique architecture project that provides an urban design solution. Located near the top of Pottinger Street, the long side of the site is along Ezra Lane, a narrow back lane that connects Pottinger Street to Cochrane Street where the Central escalator is located.
At the heart of Soho, the entertainment and art district of Hong Kong, this project aims to integrate the urban texture with a low rise block on the historic Pottinger street and a dense highrise block behind.