Tag: Museum

Memorial of Jewish Deportation | Studio KUADRA

Memorial of Jewish Deportation | Studio KUADRA

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• August 10, 2010 • Comments (0)

In Borgo San Dalmazzo (CN), Italy, Italian architecture studio KUADRA designed the Memorial of Jewish Deportation. The base of the memorial is a concrete slab that has been slightly raised off the ground as if it was the platform for the freight wagons. The platform is surrounded by rocks of different sizes. On the platform, […]

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Conversion Vertical Museum, Castle-Tower Regensberg | L3P Architekten

Conversion Vertical Museum, Castle-Tower Regensberg | L3P Architekten

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• July 29, 2010 • Comments (0)

Swiss architect L3P Architekten has converted a castle-tower to the Vertical Museum. The castle-tower is under historical monuments’ protection and is a distinctive landmark in the region of Zurich. The tower is 21 metres high, the walls being up to 3 metres thick, and the interior radius averaging about 3.5 m. As old as the […]

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Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland | Foreign Office Architects

Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland | Foreign Office Architects

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• July 28, 2010 • Comments (1)

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland, is the London-based architectural firm Foreign Office Architects (FOA)‘s first major building in the United States, and its first museum. It is approx. 34,000-square-foot with four-story structure, located at the intersection of Euclid Avenue and Mayfield Road, the new MOCA is a flagship project of Cleveland’s emerging Uptown […]

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Villa Fornea | Arquitectos Anónimos

Villa Fornea | Arquitectos Anónimos

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• June 13, 2010 • Comments (0)

Villa Fornea by Arquitectos Anónimos is a project proposed on the existing Roman ruins in Belmonte – Portugal. The architectural design was intended to create an organic building that to challenge the rigid formal arrangement of the spaces. The building results from the accumulation of silhouettes that configure a multidirectional volume rather rigid conception of […]

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Museum Maluku (MUMA) Extension Design | Serge Schoemaker Architects

Museum Maluku (MUMA) Extension Design | Serge Schoemaker Architects

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• May 24, 2010 • Comments (1)

Maluku Museum (MUMA) commissioned Serge Schoemaker Architects to design a plan for the conversion and extension of the museum building. The design replaces a part of the existing building from the eighties and exploits the currently unused museum courtyard. The building costs of the MUMA extension are 1 million euro. It is expected that the […]

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Agriculture Museum | a10studio

Agriculture Museum | a10studio

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• May 21, 2010 • Comments (0)

Mexico-based firm a10studio, collaboration with Carlos Marín from lab07 and Hugo Sanchez from ENTORNO (landscape architecture consultant) designed this Agriculture Museum competition entry for the city of Culiacan (Sinaloa, Mexico). The proposal finally has been chosen as one of the finalist proposals by the government of the city. The project is an ambitious intervention for […]

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KNN Media Center | DRDS

KNN Media Center | DRDS

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• December 15, 2009 • Comments (0)

California-based DRDS, in collaboration with Ilshin Architecture and Engineering have won the Invited National pre-qualified competition to design a broadcast headquarters and cultural media facility – KNN Media Center. The project aims to become a new landmark in Busan’s Centum City, which to house a broadcast and news studio, office condominiums, retail, and a Teddy […]

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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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Museum Yatenga | OVO Grabczewscy Architekci

Museum Yatenga | OVO Grabczewscy Architekci

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• October 18, 2009 • Comments (0)

Poland-based OVO Grabczewscy Architekci has designed the Museum Yatenga located in Silesia, Poland. The museum is proposed to house the museum of cultures of the world, an unique idea of creating the biggest eco-architectural event in Europe. + Project description courtesy of OVO Grabczewscy Architekci Yatenga – Meeting of Cultures of the World is the […]

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Palaeontological Pavilion | Goczolowie Architekci + OVO Grabczewscy Architekci

Palaeontological Pavilion | Goczolowie Architekci + OVO Grabczewscy Architekci

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• October 18, 2009 • Comments (0)

Palaeontological Pavilion and the Educational Park by Polish architectural practice Goczolowie Architekci and OVO Grabczewscy Architekci, it was designed with the idea of protecting and exhibiting the unique fossils of Triassic reptiles and fossilized amphibians found in Krasiejów. Using different concrete textures on the retaining wall in the layer-structure presents the idea of layer- structure […]

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