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9
Sep

C-House by Sone Yasushiro Design Inc.

© Hideo Mori C-House is a renovation of an old-Japanese style house: 2-storied wooden house. The house is located in Gero-shi,Gifu-ken, Japan, and surrounded by the place full of nature and greenery environment. Yasuhiro Sone is a designer who planed only inside of the house to make the space reborn and left the outside of …

9
Sep

Binhai Eco City Master Plan by Holm Architecture Office

Courtesy of Holm Architecture Office HAO / Holm Architecture Office and AI have been chosen as a shared winner of the Binhai Eco City Master Plan, situated outside Tianjin in Northern China and covering an area of 49,2 acres / 200,000 M2. The plan includes a new Central Business District (CBD) and five new cultural …

8
Sep

Three Cultural Centers & One Book Mall complex by Mecanoo

Work has started on Mecanoo’s first design to be built in China. The Three Cultural Centers & One Book Mall complex comprises of a public art museum, a science museum, a youth centre, a book mall with 5 floors, retail units and underground parking facilities. The 95,000 m2 development promises to transform Longcheng Park in …

6
Sep

Exoteric Insides – Graz Science Center by Romina Hafner

Student Romina Hafner Name of Studio Studio Hadid Vienna – University for Applied Arts Project support Graz Wissenschaft Images Romina Hafner Location Graz, Austria © Romina Hafner Society changes, but our educational systems often lag behind the contemporary development. Exoteric Insides analyses different Types of Knowledge, how it is developed and exchanged and tries to …

6
Sep

The Silo by COBE

Courtesy of COBE The transformation of Nordhavnen in the Copenhagen Harbor is well under way. Some of the harbor’s old industrial buildings will be preserved in the new neighborhood – among them are the old silos. The tallest one is now being transformed into housing and public functions. Union Holding represented by Klaus Kastbjerg owns …

5
Sep

New International Airport for Mexico City by Foster + Partners and FR-EE

On September 3rd 2014, a committee in Mexico City announced that the group formed by British architect Lord Norman Foster and Mexico’s Fernando Romero were the winners of the international competition for the design of Mexico City‘s new international airport. This new airport is enormous by any standards as it designed to handle Mexico City’s …

4
Sep

Hopetoun Residence by B.E Architecture

© Peter Clarke B.E Architecture’s most recently completed project, Hopetoun Avenue, is a renovation and extension to a period home in the Sydney suburb of Vaucluse. © Peter Clarke Offering an intentional point of difference to the solidity of the existing sandstone house, the new addition is a gentle intervention that emerges quietly from the …

4
Sep

Quote #129 – Shigeru Ban

I believe that the material doesn’t need to be strong to be used to build a strong structure. The strength of the structure has nothing to do with strength of the material. Shigeru Ban

3
Sep

House of Hungarian Music competition proposal by LETH & GORI

© LETH & GORI The New House of Hungarian Music frames a richness of diverse spaces for experience, learning and relaxing that support the educational development and understanding of the nature of sound and the origin of music. A new museum building with a ‘soft’ curved interior that ‘surrounds’, ‘reverbs’, ‘mirrors’, ‘tunes’ and ‘curves’ sound …

3
Sep

Villa Rotonda by Bedaux de Brouwer Architects

© Michel Kievits In Villa Rotonda, completed July 2010, the archetypical “house with saddle roof” has been abstracted to its vernacular essentials. The design of this house in Goirle is a collaboration of architects Pieter and Thomas Bedaux of Bedaux De Brouwer Architects. In the design they quietly continue the legacy of their grandfather Jos. …

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