Category: Installation

CCPP - Space, light, sound and drugs | Cochenko & Quatorze

CCPP – Space, light, sound and drugs | Cochenko & Quatorze

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• April 26, 2011 • Comments (1)

CCPP – Chantier créatif de prévention partagée -Space, light, sound and drugs CCPP is a design collaboration between the Collectifs Cochenko and Quatorze. It was carried out by Butong together with the two collectives. The installation will travel to schools and institutions in a drug awareness campaign commissioned by the French Ministry of Culture and […]

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Las Negras Waterfront | Jesús Torres Architect

Las Negras Waterfront | Jesús Torres Architect

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• April 14, 2011 • Comments (0)

In Spain, Jesús Torres Architect designed the Las Negras Waterfront in Cabo de Gata Natural Park, Almería. We are particularly interested in the architecture of supports, or elements open to uses with the capacity to include wishes, activities and creativity of public interest and which, at the same time, are related to the control of […]

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«The Encounter» 6th Edition of Lively Architecture in Montpellier

«The Encounter» 6th Edition of Lively Architecture in Montpellier

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• April 12, 2011 • Comments (0)

6th Edition of Lively Architecture in Montpellier From 15th to 19th June 2011 Lively Architectures to discover Since 2006, The Festival des Architectures Vives tries to make people aware to architecture giving them tools to understand it by allowing people who live in town to meet people who draw the town. This Festival offers young […]

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Langedijk Cemetery | Karres en Brands

Langedijk Cemetery | Karres en Brands

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• March 31, 2011 • Comments (0)

Dutch landscape architect Karres en Brands landschapsarchitecten has designed Langedijk Cemetery in South Scharwoude, The Netherlands. For the new Oostervaart cemetery in Langedijk we decided to divide the cemetery into small, enclosed outdoor ‘grave chambers’. Connections to the ‘grave chambers’ were made by means of a public park network. Within this network, sightlines provide the […]

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Bronze Prize: Ecological Wall competition | Stanislaw Mlynski

Bronze Prize: Ecological Wall competition | Stanislaw Mlynski

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• March 24, 2011 • Comments (1)

A Polish architectural student Stanislaw Mlynski has received the Bronze Prize for the Ecological Wall competition organized by National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT) School of Architecture. He proposed to create structural wall using organic waste containers. The arrangement  of elements, as well as the shape have potential to create shelters for animals, gather water, […]

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Diamond Product Pavilion - Architect Fair 2011 | Apostrophy’s

Diamond Product Pavilion – Architect Fair 2011 | Apostrophy’s

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• March 14, 2011 • Comments (0)

In Bangkok Architect fair 2011, another Apostrophy’s favorable circumstances from our companion, Diamond Building Products Public Company, their product lines are ceramic, laminate, construction hardware and construction service in Thailand. Apostrophy’s role play for this project is “artist” for concept “Diamond Art – Diamond Lounge” 2011. Imagine you walking into an aesthetic place, where you […]

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SANDNES / LANTERN | AWP + Atelier Oslo

SANDNES / LANTERN | AWP + Atelier Oslo

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• February 8, 2011 • Comments (2)

French-Norwegian team AWP + Atelier Oslo has won the SANDNES / LANTERN international competition. It was opened on the occasion of Stavanger (NO) being european capital of culture, and further nominated for the Mies Van der Rohe prize. The Lantern proposal displays an open roof of such dimension that it becomes the symbol of this […]

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Open Pavilion - Public Living Room | Mass Studies

Open Pavilion – Public Living Room | Mass Studies

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• January 18, 2011 • Comments (0)

Korean architectural firm Mass Studies has created the Open Pavilion – Public Living Room in Hakwoon Park along with LOT/EK’s Open School and Raumlabor’s Open House as part of the 2010 Anyang Public Art Project. It was inspired by Korean traditional pavilion “jung-ja“. The structure performs as a ‘Public Living Room,’ encouraging intimate social interactions. […]

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FOLLIES : Emergency Exit Buildings for a New Transit Line | Paul Raff Studio

FOLLIES : Emergency Exit Buildings for a New Transit Line | Paul Raff Studio

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• December 2, 2010 • Comments (0)

FOLLIES, is the emergency exit buildings for a new transit line in Toronto, Canada designed by Paul Raff Studio. Each building successfully integrates life safety requirements within a strategy that also addresses issues of human scale, context, and beauty. + Architect’s statement by Paul Raff Studio Emergency exit buildings are required for public safety from […]

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D-17 | Sarah Oppenheimer

D-17 | Sarah Oppenheimer

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• November 10, 2010 • Comments (0)

Recipient of the 2010-11 Rome Prize, Sarah Oppenheimer is known for her aesthetically sleek and perceptually startling installations that alter existing gallery and museum spaces to reveal seemingly impossible views. Her site-specific installation at Rice University Art Gallery, D-17, is a wing-like form that soars upward and out of the building, appearing to pierce the […]

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