Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre, designed by Gareth Hoskins Architects, is a result of wining competition which was held by the National Trust for Scotland in 2004. This project is to memorize the last land battle within the UK where King George II’s troops defeated Bonnie Prince Charlie and his Jacobite supporters in 1746. The landscape-hugging [...]
One of our favorite architects and also the Pritzker Archietcture Prize 2004 winner, Zaha Hadid, has won the competition for the library and learning centre at the university of economics and business in Vienna. The linear distorted line, form or even the space always can be seen in Zaha hadid‘s project. No doubt, they all [...]
How do architecture bring your awareness of Aboriginal culture in response to its history and environment? What happens when architecture considers itself a small component of a larger system, as opposed to a self-referential all-encompassing whole? Let’s have a dialogue with The Pinnacles Interpretive Centre, which is designed by Woodhead.
Harri Mäkiaho has been awarded first prize in Sundsvall Arts Centre and Theatre competition which is located in Tammerfors, Finland. A simple cube which offer exceptional spatial qualities.
Project: Bridge Tea House Architect: Fernando Romero (Mexico) Location: Jinhua Architectural Park, Jinhua, CHINA images © Iwan Baan / Fernando Romero Further to the previous post of ‘children playground’ house, Final Wooden House | Sou Fujimoto Architects. Here again a oddly shaped tiny building, Bridge Tea House, designed by Mexico architect Fernando Romero. The Bridge [...]
Project: The Peres Center for Peace Architect: Massimiliano Fuksas Architetto Client: Peres Centre For Peace (Israel) And Fimar Costruzionis.p.a. (Italy) Program: Auditorium, Offcie, Library and Mediateca, Bar, Reception and Terrace Area: 7,000 sqm Location: Israel, Jaffa Tel Aviv Photo Courtesy Massimiliano Fuksas Architetto Massimiliano Fuksas Architetto is the designer of The Peres Center for Peace [...]