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Nha House | Delaine Isaac

Nha House | Delaine Isaac

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• July 13, 2010 • Comments (0)

A New York-based architect, Delaine Isaac recently has designed the Nha House, which is Vietnamese for “House” House, is a beach house meant to stand out among the rest. The all glass facade provides a contemporary aesthetic and gives users the perfect opportunity to take in all the beautiful beach views. A prefabricated solid concrete […]

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Space Group / Brisac Gonzalez wins joint first prize in competition for Kristiansund Opera and Culture House

Space Group / Brisac Gonzalez wins joint first prize in competition for Kristiansund Opera and Culture House

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• July 11, 2010 • Comments (0)

Architect Team “Space Group (N) / Brisac Gonzalez (UK)” has won a joint first place in the international architectural competition to design the new opera and culture house in Kristiansund, with the project “Silencio”. The team shares the prize with “CF Møller Architects (N)” and their project “Kulturkvartalet”. Silencio consists of 15 000 m2 opera […]

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Water-Cooled House | Wallflower Architecture + Design

Water-Cooled House | Wallflower Architecture + Design

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• July 8, 2010 • Comments (4)

Wallflower Architecture + Design has won the 10th Singapore Institute of Architects Design Award (Individual House Category) for a project titled ‘Water-Cooled House‘. The project is hidden away from the road, the site is surrounded by a verdant screen of mature trees from adjacent properties. Breezes blowing transversely across the site being another notable aspect […]

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Grand opening of Khan Shatyr Entertainment Centre, the world's tallest tensile structure

Grand opening of Khan Shatyr Entertainment Centre, the world’s tallest tensile structure

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• July 7, 2010 • Comments (1)

The grand opening of the Khan Shatyr Entertainment Centre was recently held in Kazakhstan. It is the world’s tallest tensile structure designed by UK-based architectural firm Foster + Partners.  The project is located at the northern end of the new city axis and soars 150 metres from an elliptical base to form the highest peak on […]

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C. F. Møller Architects won a shared first prize for Kristiansund Opera and Cultural Centre

C. F. Møller Architects won a shared first prize for Kristiansund Opera and Cultural Centre

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• July 7, 2010 • Comments (0)

C. F. Møller Architects has won a shared first prize in the competition for the new Kristiansund Opera and Cultural Centre located in the centre of Kristiansund, Norway. The inauguration of the Kristiansund Opera and Cultural Centre is planned to take place in 2013. The other first prize in the competition for the Kristiansund Opera […]

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36 The Calls Design Competition | Aedas Architects

36 The Calls Design Competition | Aedas Architects

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• July 5, 2010 • Comments (0)

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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Residential Building in Tulipan st. Budapest | Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects

Residential Building in Tulipan st. Budapest | Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects

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• July 4, 2010 • Comments (0)

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 […]

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Henning Larsen Architects wins Georgian Aquarium

Henning Larsen Architects wins Georgian Aquarium

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• June 30, 2010 • Comments (0)

Danish architectural practice Henning Larsen Architects‘ winning proposal for Batumi Aquarium is inspired by the characteristic pebbles of the Batumi beach – shaped by sea currents through millennia. The 2,000 m2 aquarium will replace the previous aquarium of the port and will be situated on the beach side of Rustaveli Str. adjacent to Batumi 6 […]

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Global Information Network Amplifier | Sean Gair

Global Information Network Amplifier | Sean Gair

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• June 26, 2010 • Comments (0)

UK-based designer Sean Gair has recently designed a new landmark for Aldgate international competition. + Project description courtesy of Sean Gair Global Information Network Amplifyer [GINA] was concieved through the exploration and desire to embody the pride London boasts with its hosting of the XXX Olympiad in the summer of the year 2012. The structure […]

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University Campus Brno | A PLUS + A.M.O.S. DESIGN

University Campus Brno | A PLUS + A.M.O.S. DESIGN

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• June 24, 2010 • Comments (0)

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 […]

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