Archive for November, 2009

Can Framis Museum | Jordi Badia of BAAS architects

Can Framis Museum | Jordi Badia of BAAS architects

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• November 15, 2009 • Comments (0)

Spanish architect Jordi Badia, founder of BAAS architects has designed the Can Framis Museum located in the 22@ District, Barcelona. The project consists in restoring the two current factory buildings which are connected by a new linear block. A new courtyard therefore is formed to define an entry plaza to the project. With “Can Framis” […]

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Model House for I’Park City | UNStudio

Model House for I’Park City | UNStudio

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• November 15, 2009 • Comments (0)

In Suwon – Korea, Dutch architectural practice UNStudio designed a showroom to exhibit the residential urban and façade design for I-Park City development which covers approximately 33.5 ha and includes 88 apartment buildings. + Project description courtesy of UNStudio The Model House for I-Park City is a showroom to exhibit the residential urban and façade […]

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Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center | Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center | Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

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• November 15, 2009 • Comments (0)

American architect Bohlin Cywinski Jackson has designed the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center located in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. The center was organized as an U-shape to form a central courtyard, the roof tilts upward and away from the courtyard, its jagged edges celebrating the peaks of the Teton Range beyond. + Project […]

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Sunny Chair | bd Design + Area Declic

Sunny Chair | bd Design + Area Declic

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• November 14, 2009 • Comments (3)

An Italian design Sunny Chair recently has been launched by bd Design, founder of Mara Picco & Roberto Foschia for Italian brand Area Declic. + Design description courtesy of Area Declic The main features of its character are revealed by its own name: SUNNY is a pleasant and easy going chair that manages to keep […]

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Sorrento Beach House | Marcus O'Reilly Architects

Sorrento Beach House | Marcus O’Reilly Architects

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• November 14, 2009 • Comments (0)

Australian architectural firm Marcus O’Reilly Architects has designed a beach house in Sorrento on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula in Australia. + Project description courtesy of Marcus O’Reilly Architects The Colour of Tea Trees Marcus O’Reilly Architects has carefully designed a low key, site responsive beach house in Sorrento on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula in Australia. The timber […]

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Tessiture Nosate | Frigerio Design Group

Tessiture Nosate | Frigerio Design Group

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• November 13, 2009 • Comments (0)

Tessiture Nosate office building by Italian architectural practice Frigerio Design Group is the extension project for a leader textile factory in Milan outskirts. + Project description courtesy of Frigerio Design Group Woof and Warp For the extension of a leader textile factory in Milan outskirts we focused on the character of the main, south facing, […]

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Avila Congress and Exhibitions Municipal Centre | Francisco Mangado

Avila Congress and Exhibitions Municipal Centre | Francisco Mangado

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• November 13, 2009 • Comments (0)

Spanish architect Francisco Mangado recently has completed the Avila Congress and Exhibitions Municipal Centre located in Ávila, Spain. The project was inspired by the nature of landscape, it was designed as a sculpture carved out of the terrain. The project combines two different geometries: the most orthogonal and elongated space contains the auditoriums and main […]

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Frame House | H3AR

Frame House | H3AR

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• November 11, 2009 • Comments (0)

Hugon Kowalski of H3AR has designed the Frame House located in Lukecin, Poland. The house has been developed from a rectangular box, walls and roof planes are met in angle, it is clean but dynamic. + Description courtesy of H3AR Holiday house on polish seaside. It was very important to us to ruin boundaries, between […]

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3T | Hugon Kowalski of H3AR

3T | Hugon Kowalski of H3AR

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Polish architect Hugon Kowalski of H3AR has designed a contemporary bathroom mixer, named it as 3T due to it’s 3 triangles. + Description courtesy of H3AR Inspired by ice crevasse, it’s simplicity, elegance, naturally broken homogeneity. My bathroom mixers have cuboid shape cut by three straight at an angle of 60. That’s create three triangles […]

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Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies | Krueck & Sexton Architects

Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies | Krueck & Sexton Architects

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• November 11, 2009 • Comments (0)

In Chicago, Krueck & Sexton Architects created Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies to accommodate 400-seat multi-use theater, college classrooms, library, permanent and temporary exhibition space. The faceted, folding wall of glass is an expression of light, both metaphorical and actual, which is fundamental to Jewish religious and intellectual traditions. + Design statement by Krueck & […]

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