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Beylikdüzü Valley and Bridge in Istanbul, Turkey by Alper Derinboğaz,Salon

Saturday, February 27th, 2016

Article source: Alper Derinboğaz,Salon

Istanbul based award winner studio Alper Derinboğaz,Salon designed Beylikdüzü Life Valley Bridges and Routes masterplan project with the guidelines of possibilities, the ideas, the dreams, and the scenarios under the title of “Keeping the Valley Alive” within shaping the future of the valley will be pieced together with the targets of keeping it livable, accessible, sustainable, feasible. Salon detailed the design process with in 3 main headings, namely Access the Valley, Feel the Valley, and Watch the Valley to make up the backbone of the project with the inclusion of transitions and strong relationships between different scales such as the civil society, the city scale, the district scale, and the bridge scale.

Image Courtesy © Alper Derinboğaz,Salon

Image Courtesy © Alper Derinboğaz,Salon


Torre del Baró refurbishment in Barcelona, Spain by Jordi Farrando architect

Tuesday, July 21st, 2015

Article source: Jordi Farrando architect 

A castle which is not a castle.

The Torre del Baró was built around 1904. It is located in one of the crest lines of the Collserola hills and, despite its residential origin, seems to be a fortification of historicist style. It is visible from much of the northeastern sector of Barcelona and has views over the city and the interior valleys of the metropolitan area.

Image Courtesy © Jordi Farrando architect

Image Courtesy © Jordi Farrando architect


El Valle Trenzado in Elche, Spain by ARANEA GROUP

Friday, February 7th, 2014

Article source: ARANEA GROUP 

El Valle Trenzado aims to recover the pedestrian’s traffic footprint. Since the channeling works that were made in the 70s definitely skewed Elche’s Canyon continuity. For years the citizens of the city went through this place hardly enjoying it.

This landform (which reaches 40 meters deep) gives the city a chance to travel in a few minutes to an area of high environmental quality.

Image Courtesy © ARANEA GROUP

  • Architects: ARANEA GROUP
  • Project: El Valle Trenzado
  • Location: Elche, Spain
  • Authors: ARANEA GROUP ,Francisco Leiva Ivorra architect , Marta García Chico agronomist-landscape , Dancing architect Antoni Jimenez , Real Baeza architect Procorus
  • Contributors: Architect David Gallardo Llopis , Martín López Robles architect , Luis Navarro Jover architect , Javier Pérez López architect Benjamin , Marian Almansa Frias architect , Jordi Quiñonero Oltra sociologist , Anna Pont-environmental biologist Solbes , Agate architect Vicente Alcaraz
  • Developer, Owner, Institution:  City of Elche
  • Technical Architect: ristina Carbonell Alesón , Maria Baeza Jesus Alemany
  • Material Total Budget Execution:  € 2,382,000
  • Surface: 115,000 m2

A Gateway to Petra in Wadi Musa, Jordan by Maisam Architects And Engineers

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Article source: Maisam Architects And Engineers

The city of Petra, one of the seven wonders of the word, is the foremost historical and archeological city in the region, carved out of the red-rose rocks, as the capital of the Nabataeans. ‘Wadi Musa’ town situated at the entrance of the old city has unfortunately gone through periods of terrible urbanism and witnessed uncontrolled development sprawl for years. Within this context the brief was to design a gate that streamlines the movement of visitors in and out of Petra.The challenge was in designing at a location that is chaotic in its setting; due to the lack of planning, The haphazardly placed kiosks and the scattered buildings which consist of a hotel, a visitor’s center and a proposed museum, components that are rich however, not connected visually nor physically on site, All positioned Next to a neglected Wadi (valley) that lost its character.

Image Courtesy maisam architects and engineers


Talstation in Baiersbronn, Germany by Partnerundpartner-architekten

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

Article source: Partnerundpartner-architekten

The Talstation’s main features are characterized strongly by its geographic situation between the stream and the road. Driving south-west from Baiersbronn, the valley opens up and the Talstation is located on one of the elevated fields. Just like a stone or a piece of drift wood, the environment seems to have left its mark. Towards the south the building opens widely by using a deeply-placed post and beam facade forming a roofed terrace. The fully-glassed front of the structure offers a view of the amazing panorama of the valley, soon also of the WaldLoft Hotel which will be situated 220 metres higher, at 770 metres.

Image Courtesy Partnerundpartner-architekten


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