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JO&JOE ROMA Rome, Italy by Rizoma Architetture

Tuesday, May 7th, 2024

Article Source: Jacopo Bernardini Pezzuto

In the middle of the Monti district, inside a former 16th-century monastery, JO&JOE, the innovative brand of Ennismore/Accor, opens its first italian location.

Place Roma
Year 2023
Client Accor/Ennismore
Status Realizzato


Houbu Ancient Village Cafe Post Station Suzhou, Jiangsu , China by Parallect Design

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2024

Article Source: Jiang Wu

The project is located on the second floor of the stagecoach station at the entrance to the ancient village of Houbu on Xishan Island, Taihu Lake, Suzhou. Pushing open the window on the second floor, you can see the small river running through the ancient village.

Project Name: Houbu Post Station
Project Address: Suzhou, Jiangsu
Project Status: Complete
Project size: 120㎡
Design team: Wu Si, Yang Nan, Li Yatang


Bullseye Club & Retreat – Florence, Texas

Saturday, July 29th, 2023

Conceived to be the bedrock project for a new community development on the north edge of Texas Hill Country, the Bullseye Club & Retreat serves as a semi-private destination with a restaurant, bar, lounge, main lodge, and cabins providing one-of-a-kind experiences for both club members and locals.

Clayton Korte project team
Nathan Quiring, AIA, Partner
German Spiller, Associate
Travis Greig, AIA, Associate
Christina Clark, NCIDQ, Interior Designer
Amy Payton, AIA, Project Manager
Christian Hertzog, Project Designer (former)

Consultant team
Architecture & Interior Design: Clayton Korte


Nakagawa Century Memorial Hall in Yamatotakada, Japan by MASAAKI HISATAKE Architects Inc.

Wednesday, November 30th, 2022

Article source: MASAAKI HISATAKE Architects Inc.

[A facility for the next generation that aims to contribute to employees, the industry, and the community]

Nakagawa Century Memorial Hall is a complex facility that includes headquarters offices, a training center, and a cafeteria. The cafeteria is open to the public.

Image Courtesy © Nakasa Takeshi

  • Architects: MASAAKI HISATAKE Architects Inc.
  • Project: Nakagawa Century Memorial Hall
  • Location: Yamatotakada, Japan
  • Photography: Nakasa Takeshi, Terashita Junya
  • Lead Architects: Masaaki  Hisatake
  • Clients: Nakagawa Co.,Ltd
  • Scale: Gross Built Area (m2/ ft2):1713.9 m2/18448.2 ft2
  • Completion Year: 2022


Cafeteria And Living Space in Ilhabela, Brazil by Dall’ovo Magalhães Arquitetura

Thursday, September 1st, 2022

Article source: Dall’ovo Magalhães Arquitetura

The Barreiros Association is a non-profit institution, private, that serves students of public schools in Ilhabela, a town placed in an island, seaside in the southeast of Brazil, in the turn of classes, aiming to contribute to the formation of conscious citizens, socially integrated and prepared for the plein the exercise of their citizenship. It seeks to promote a reflective and inclusive education, linking learning and life.

In June 2019 we were invited to design the reform of the Association’s cafeteria and to create a contiguous space that had the function ofrecreational space and coexistence, especially for rainy days, and at the same time could be used for various events.

Image Courtesy © Bicubico – Arch. Gabriel Neri Faim

  • Architects: Dall’ovo Magalhães Arquitetura
  • Project: Cafeteria And Living Space
  • Location: Ilhabela, Brazil
  • Photography: Bicubico – Arch. Gabriel Neri Faim
  • Lead Architect: Lucas Dall’Ovo
  • Architect: Fabiano Magalhães
  • Gross built area: 426m2
  • Year of completion of the project: 2020


Westlake University in Hangzhou, China by HENN

Wednesday, December 8th, 2021

Article source: HENN

HENN’s ambitious proposal for Westlake University solidifies China’s position as a global leader in scientific and technological research. The world-class research institution will be constructed in two phases: the first in Fall 2021 and the second in 2022. It will house state of the art academic facilities, laboratories, offices, sports facilities, retail, restaurants, and housing for an international body of students and faculty.

Image Courtesy © HENN

  • Architects: HENN
  • Project: Westlake University
  • Location: Hangzhou, China
  • Photography: Westlake University
  • Client: Westlake Institute for Advanced Study
  • Contractor: Shanghai Construction Group (Construction)
  • Site Area: 990,000m²
  • Area GFA: 920,000m²
  • Local Planning Partner: UAD
  • Year: 2017 – 2021 (Phase 1 and 2), 2020 – 2025 (Phase 3)
  • Status: In Progress


Cafeteria Mbillon in Paris, France by Architecture Patrick Mauger

Monday, June 21st, 2021

Article source: Architecture Patrick Mauger

Sixty years after it was first built, the CROUS Mabillon student restaurant has been restructured and renovated, and its façade cleverly utilised.

The concrete frontage walls have been covered by split chestnut poles that allow the penetration of a filtered light that can be dimmed during the summer. This rough-finished material successfully provides a solution to thermal, economic and comfort problems.

Image Courtesy © Architecture Patrick Mauger

  • Architects: Architecture Patrick Mauger
  • Project: Cafeteria Mbillon
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Client: CROUS de Paris
  • Budget: 4.2 M€
  • Site Area: 2 700 m²
  • Collaborators: AVAL CONSULTANTS, ITEC, AC2R, DAL
  • Environmental Aspects: Plan Climat Ville de Paris, Facade with control of solar gains
  • Status: Built / Delivered in 2011


Locusview in Herzliya, Israel by Studio Samuelov

Thursday, March 11th, 2021

Article source: Studio Samuelov

Our interior design for Locusview, a digital platform of construction data for energy infrastructure, was inspired by the company’s merging of low-tech and high-tech. Our mission was two-fold, to create a beautiful design in line with the company’s values, while focusing on giving users a top-notch experience.

We designed a cafeteria lounge full of color, sober designs and functional spaces; a spacious and efficient kitchen space and a relaxing and imposing terrace, which serves as a place to relax and recharge in the middle of the day.

Image Courtesy © Studio Samuelov

  • Architects: Studio Samuelov
  • Project: Locusview
  • Location: Herzliya, Israel


Middle East Technical Universtiy Coworking & Cafeteria in Ankara, Turkey by Yazgan Design Architecture

Sunday, April 26th, 2020

Article source: Yazgan Design Architecture

The project is a cafeteria and co-working space which is designed for Middle East Technical University within the large campus area in Ankara, Turkey. The purpose is to create a high-quality platform for the possibility of interaction, collective and collaborative working amongst the students and academicians. Given that the site location of the project is in close proximity to the research development areas of the university, the building is imagined to become an incubator and support the activities of researchers. By working for 24 hours, the co-working space offers a different ground for the campus rather than another institution. The primary design issues stem from the wish to integrate nature into architecture through passive and active systems and variety of architectural elements.

Image Courtesy © Yazgan Design Architecture

  • Architects: Yazgan Design Architecture
  • Project: Middle East Technical Universtiy Coworking & Cafeteria
  • Location: Ankara, Turkey
  • Software used: Autocad and Revit


Dongxiang Culture Center in Gansu Province, China by CU Office

Wednesday, February 19th, 2020

Article source: CU Office 

Place and Site:

Dongxiang Culture Center is built in Maxiang village, Dongxiang autonomous county, Gansu province, China. On three sides (except for the south side) is the village surrounded by Tao River , a tributary of Yellow River. It is located on the Loess Plateau with an altitude of about 1,700 meters. The village is not only the settlement of Dongxiang people who are Muslims but also a village of the Han people. Due to its close proximity to the Tibetan area, there are also many Tibetan Buddhism temples in the region.  Being a small village but full of rich and diverse history and culture, Maxiang is a extremely rare place in countryside with Muslim mosques, a Taoist temple and a Tibetan Buddhism temple. Therefore, how to involve the newly-built culture center in this multi-cultural complexity of space and time is the focus for the architect.

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

  • Architects: CU Office 
  • Project: Dongxiang Culture Center
  • Location: Maxiang Village, Dongxiang autonomous county, Gansu Province, China
  • Photography: Jin Weiqi
  • Cost: 4M RMB
  • Client: China foundation for poverty alleviation
  • Design Office: CU Office
  • Chef Architects: Che Fei, Zhang Xuefeng
  • Design Team:  Che Fei, Zhang Xuefeng, Zhang Lu, Mu Gaojie, Liang Jinping
  • Project Intern: Zhang Yaowen, Wu Nana

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi


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