Aedas Architects of Leeds proposed an office building with stacked containers for a competition in Leeds, UK. The design is an shortlisted entry for the 36 The Calls architectural competition run by the Architects Journal with developer Citu. Also click to read P+HS Architects‘ proposal. The River Aire has always played an important role in […]
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In Buda, from a well-known large scale Bimbo street starts a small, winding street, the Tulipán Street. The narrow plot takes in the depths to which people have already made plans, but so far no one realized yet. The newly built condominium was built by the Architectural plans of Ferdinand and Ferdinand. It was not […]
Czech Republic-based A.M.O.S. DESIGN recently has completed the interior project for University Campus Brno located in Czech republic, Europe. + Project description courtesy of A.M.O.S. DESIGN Masaryk University Campus is the largest project of its kind in the Czech Republic. The project was set up in 2000 and the construction of the first part of […]
CAU Central Library: Overlap is a refurbishment project designed by Kim in-cheurl+archium. It was restructured on the existing library which was built in 1959. Architecture is an identification of place, a creation of individualism that makes it unique to anything else in the world. The place thus creates a memory with time. The meaning of […]
The Netherlands-based GROUP A designs new building type for cremation – Crematorion Zorgvlied. It is the first Crematorion in the Netherlands, for Zorgvlied – the general cemetery of Amstelveen, situated in Amsterdam. Cremation in a Crematorion emulates the experience associated with funerals. Its aim is to establish a new form for cremation, and to dispose […]
C. F. Møller Architects recently has completed the Aarhus Gymnastics and Motor Skills Hall. The project is an extension of the Aarhus Gymnastics and Trampoline Hall. A sculpturally-formed climbing frame, called the seashell, extends across the hall, stretching right up under the ceiling, where there is a look-out tower at a height of eight metres […]
Spanish architectural studio peña ganchegui y asociados recently has completed the Urrezkoenea House in Getaria. The house is located in the steep site overlooking the Cantabric sea. + Project description courtesy of peña ganchegui y asociados URREZKOENEA: A VILLA ON THE CANTABRIC COAST In a plot with a steep slope towards the North, aligned to […]