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Lundgrens in Copenhagen, Denmark by Årstiderne Arkitekter

Friday, July 20th, 2018

Article source: Årstiderne Arkitekter

In October 2017, the Danish law firm Lundgrens moved into a new 3000 m2 domicile in northern Copenhagen. As a part of a radical revitalisation of the entire brand, the client brief was to create an office decor that supports the DNA, vision and visual identity of Lundgrens.

The Space Planning department from Årstiderne Arkitekter created the interior concept for the office design that creates a professional atmosphere with luxurious, simple and functional spaces.

Image Courtesy © Årstiderne Arkitekter

  • Architects: Årstiderne Arkitekter
  • Project: Lundgrens
  • Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Developer: PKA
  • Area: Approx 3,000 m² 
  • Construction Year: 2017 



Friday, July 20th, 2018


“Dojo” is an Israeli start-up company purchased in 2017 by “Bullguard”. Today’s home network looks like a small business network, as the modern smart home is connected to over dozens of devices, such as thermostats, TVs, light switches, alarm systems, etc.

Image Courtesy © Kfir Ziv

  • Project: BULLGUARD – Herzliya Pituach
  • Location: Herzliya Pituach, Israel 
  • Photography: Kfir Ziv
  • Project Designer: Shirli Zamir, Ayelet Goren
  • Client: dojo – bullguard
  • Size: 500 sqm
  • Year: 2018


Pillarstone Offices in Milan, Italy by humusstudio

Thursday, July 19th, 2018

Article source: humusstudio

Located in the business center of the city of Milan, the project is part of an extremely important context for the establishment of the turnaround of KKR, an international private equity investment firm with Unicredit and Intesa Sanpaolo, which was established at the end of July and named Pillarstone Italy spa. The “PIAZZA AFFARI” project concerns the redevelopment of an old office space, completely renovated for the headquarters of the new Pillarstone company, completed in 2016. It is about 500 square meters occupied by reception, common break area, offices with more than 30 workstations, two meeting rooms and a large board room. We worked in team with HI LITE next to manage the lighting design project in all offices.

Image Courtesy © humusstudio

  • Architects: humusstudio
  • Project: Pillarstone Offices
  • Location: Milan, Italy


San Jeronimo 17 Atelier in Granada, Spain by CUAC Arquitectura

Wednesday, July 18th, 2018

Article source: CUAC Arquitectura

San Jeronimo 17 is a workspace, an office that brings together concepts and materials displaced to a local situated in the historic center of Granada (Spain).

Marked by the presence of a strong structure made of brick 60 cm. wide and wooden floors from the late nineteenth century, this place is a palimpsest of successive interventions that we transform with recycled elements: a series of shuttering wood pieces taken from a music school work is used for the creation of a channeling-cabinet infrastructure for network cabling and storage of books or models; six wooden doors, some metal shutters and pieces of glass saved from its demolition with several metal profiles from the refurbishment of a house in Granada are assembled for the formation of new holes. Even the plasterboard fragments left without starting by the previous tenant are connected and transformed into a new infrastructure for electricity and lighting. A 4×1 meters high door taken from our old studio is finally transferred as a cornerstone. San Jeronimo 17 is a project born of opportunity, made of what we find in the place, with the movement of materials from previous works or even with the discovery of unexpected historic contiguities. It is possible to make visible this dynamic, as well as reveal their different strata, mapping and modeling each brick, her wounds, dignifying its heritage presence as part of a continuous history of overlapping elements that we incorporate both minimizing energy invested as our presence.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

  • Architects: CUAC Arquitectura (Álvaro Castellano Pulido)
  • Project: San Jeronimo 17 Atelier
  • Location: Calle San Jerónimo, 17. Granada (Spain)
  • Photography: Fernando Alda
  • Authors: Javier Castellano Pulido & Tomás García Píriz 
  • Collaborators: Álvaro Castellano Pulido (architect), Fernando Álvarez de Cienfuegos (Graphic designer), Miguel Ángel Jiménez Dengra (rigger), María Encarnación Sánchez Mingorance (student), Marta dell´Ovo (student), Helena Doss (student), Alessandro Remelli (student)
  • Promoter / Developer: CUAC Arquitectura & 2041
  • Budget: 21.000 €
  • Cost/m2: 143 €
  • Floor Area: 146 m2
  • Date: December, 2015


Aqwa Corporate in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil by Foster + Partners

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

Article source: Foster + Partners

The Aqwa Corporate Project is a Class A commercial office development along the waterfront in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, strategically located at the heart of the Porto Maravilha urban regeneration district. Situated within a landfill zone dating back to the 20th Century, the project is part of an extensive land reclamation in the historic port area of the city. Throughout its history, the area has been integral to the city’s development, and is where choro and samba music was born. The site is also close to the port region of Rio, which has been isolated for many years by the raised ‘Perimetral’ highway. As part of the masterplan, a portion of this route has been demolished, reintegrating the port – which still receives thousands of visitors every year – with the rest of the area. It will also restore parks, squares and other public spaces throughout the district, while rationalising the traffic flow and introducing new retail, commercial and civic spaces to create a vibrant district in the heart of Rio.

Image Courtesy © Nelson Kon

  • Architects: Foster + Partners
  • Project: Aqwa Corporate
  • Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Photography: Nelson Kon
  • Client: Tishman Speyer – TS-19 Participações Ltda
  • Foster + Partners Design Team: Norman Foster, David Nelson, Spencer de Grey, David Summerfield, Juan Frigerio, Pedro Haberbosch, Filomena Russo, Rui Alves, Anthony Cestra, Chris Farmer, Daniel Gaertner, Domingos Garcia, Jai Krishnan, Courtney Hunt, Consuelo Manna, Sebastian Mendez, Alonso De Garay Montero, Elke Pedal, Jorge Pereira, Maro Riga, David Santamaria, Nathan St. John, Anthony Stahl, Jose Vargas-Hidalgo, Francisco Waltersdorfer
  • Collaborating Architect: RAF Arquitetura
  • Landscape Architects: Pamela Burton & Company


Uniplaces Headquarters in Lisbon, Portugal by PARALELO ZERO Architecture

Monday, July 9th, 2018

Article source: PARALELO ZERO Architecture

Located in the heart of Lisbon, in the emblematic railway station of Rossio, this project was designed for Uniplaces, a young, international, dynamic company that operates in the global student housing market.

Image Courtesy © Francisco Nogueira

  • Architects: PARALELO ZERO Architecture
  • Project: Uniplaces Headquarters
  • Location: Rossio train station, Lisbon, Portugal
  • Photography: Francisco Nogueira
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Design Team: Duarte Pape, Pedro Marchand, Rodrigo Rebelo de Andrade, André Cruzeiro
  • Area: 1000 sqm
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Year / Date: January 2016


Green box | snatch half a day in Shanghai, China by Muxin Studio

Thursday, July 5th, 2018

Article source: Muxin Studio 

The purpose of the project client is to add a relaxed area to the work environment. What makes us feel interesting behind this statement is that people often intentionally or unintentionally presuppose the two sides antagonism and juxtaposition of the two characteristics of “tense work” and “relaxed mood”. The idea of this scheme is not to forcibly let it come from the two element structure of the simple perception difference. On the contrary, we try to distinguish and interlock the two elements between “work” and “rest”, and to shape the tension between the two and rethink the office space in the process. The trait of reason.

A split open rest area, Image Courtesy © Zhang Daqi

  • Architects: Muxin Studio
  • Project: Green box | snatch half a day
  • Location: Shanghai, China
  • Photography: Zhang Daqi
  • Design Team: Zhang Lei, Sun Haochen, Jiang Dawei, Zhang Yiye,XuanLi,Ouyang Boyong
  • Area: 106 m2
  • Design Time: Sep 2017-Nov 2017
  • Construction Time: Dec 2017-Feb 2018


Jeddo Road in London by Inglis Badrashi Loddo

Wednesday, July 4th, 2018

Article source: Inglis Badrashi Loddo 

Former Victorian laundry refurbishment blends heritage with contemporary design and interiors

Inglis Badrashi Loddo Architects (IBLA) have converted and extended a former Victorian laundry site in West London into a set of mixed-use contemporary buildings, compromising of two mews homes, seven flats and a new office.

Image Courtesy © David Grandorge

  • Architects: Inglis Badrashi Loddo
  • Project: Jeddo Road
  • Location: London, England
  • Photography: David Grandorge
  • Client: Jeddo Innovations Ltd
  • Cost: £2.6m
  • Size: 1100sqm
  • Start Date: Feb 2015


New Spaces for Desjardins at the Montréal Tower in Canada by Provencher_Roy

Wednesday, July 4th, 2018

Article source: v2com

In summer 2018, Desjardins Movement’s online services’ spaces will move to the Montréal Tower. The premises, vacant since 1987, are currently being transformed into office space. The interior design follows the architectural work carried out by Provencher_Roy. Desjardins will be the first tenant and has a 15-year lease. Its call centres and administrative offices will take up seven of the tower’s 12 storeys, or 80% of the rental space available at this iconic site. During the work undertaken in 2015 to refurbish and renovate the tower, which had been planned well in advance by the Olympic Park administration, Provencher_Roy replaced the existing prefabricated concrete envelope with a curtain wall for more abundant transparency and fenestration, thereby augmenting the presence of natural light within while respecting the original architecture.

Image Courtesy © Provencher_Roy

  • Architects: Provencher_Roy
  • Project: New Spaces for Desjardins at the Montréal Tower
  • Location: Montréal, Canada
  • Client: Desjardins Gestion immobilière
  • Surface Area: 150,000 sq. ft. (13,935 m2) spread out on seven floors
  • Year: 2018


Bellevue Botanical Garden Visitor and Education Center in Washington by OLSON KUNDIG

Monday, July 2nd, 2018

Article source: OLSON KUNDIG 

Since opening in 1992, the 53-acre Bellevue Botanical Garden has become one of the most popular public gardens in the Pacific Northwest. A growing interest in native plantings and gardening, as well as expanded programs, has drawn large crowds to the botanical gardens in recent years. The design of the new visitor center answers these needs while blurring the boundaries between architecture and the gardens. Balancing civic function with residential scale and attention to detail, the design creates intimate, inspirational spaces that allow for exploration and quiet reflection.

Image Courtesy © Jeremy Bittermann

  • Architects: Olson Kundig
  • Project: Bellevue Botanical Garden Visitor and Education Center
  • Location: Bellevue, Washington, USA
  • Design Principal: Jim Olson
  • Principal: Kevin M. Kudo-King
  • Project Architects: Martina Bendel, Misun Chung Gerrick
  • Staff: Renee Boone, Michael Wright
  • General Contractor: Cornerstone General Contractors, Inc.
  • Photography: Jeremy Bitterman


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