Distrito C, Telefónica’s Headquarters is a largest European corporate project designed by Spanish practice Rafael de La-Hoz Architects. Distrito C also represents the first private open European space. The campus is open 24 hours a day, all year long, for anyone to visit… Conceptually, an environmental canopy or roof is laid out between these cubes, [...]
Tag: Courtyard architecture
This is a project winner of the international invitation competition for the construction of the Automobile Museum in Nanjing, designed by Italy-based architecture studio 3GATTI to explore the relationship between car and museum. The competition was organized last year by the government of Nanjing and Jiangsu Head Investment Group. A building to be dedicated to [...]
Finderup Park project is a new mix-use complex with 92 housing units and 1500 m2 commercial space at ground level designed by C. F. Møller Architects. + Project description courtesy of C. F. Møller Architects Located next to the western ring road of Aarhus, Finderup Park is a new mix-use complex with 92 housing units [...]
Irish architecture studio ODOS architects has designed an extension and refurbishment project for an existing protected friary building in Knocktopher, Co. Kilkenny. A new central courtyard has been organized and surrounded by new and old buildings, and further developed as a contemporary cloister. + Project Description courtesy of ODOS architects This project is an extension [...]
Media Island Wifi Pavilion at Miguel Hernandez University Campus in Elche (Alicante) Spain, designed by Moho Architects, with an organization of a central courtyard surrounded by functional spaces, while maximizing the natural daylighting and ventilation. + Project description courtesy of Moho Architects The idea of the project is the construction of an exportable concept of [...]
Singaporean architect firm Wallflower Architecture + Design recently has completed a multi-courtyard house located at Six Ramsgate Road, Singapore. Due to its deep site, two big courtyards have been inserted in between the major spaces. A strong axis leads from the entrance foyer, swimming pool, formal living area, internal garden court and formal dining areas, [...]
Ao-Di Next Gene 20 Villa, by German-based Graft Architects. The villa is sited in the “Northeast Coast National Scenic Area”, approximately 50 minutes from Taipei city, Taiwan. Situated in the Snow Mountain range, with a great view of the Pacific Ocean. The villa was designed to be embedded in the landscape with panoramic view under [...]
A beautiful private house – Santa Ynez Residence, sitting atop a spectacular ridge with endless views over the Santa Ynez Valley, designed by Los Angeles architects Frederick Fisher and Partners. This truly unique, modern masterpiece graces the landscape with its dramatic design and reflective soul, and is a striking example of the essence of subtle [...]
Japan practice architect, Teruo Miyahara / Miyahara Architect Office recently has completed a private house – House Sz, located in Ibaraki , Japan. Use of internal courtyards to act as buffer zones between the spaces, and also to maximize penetration of the natural daylighting into the interior spaces. + Text below provided by architect, Teruo [...]
This is another apartment project by Dellekamp Arquitectos, Project CB 30. This building has 3 apartments looking onto the street as well as a 2-story house in the back that looks into an interior patio. The public areas are contained in a single space looking out to the street or into the interior void.
Project CB 29 by Dellekamp Arquitectos is an apartment building that containing three gardens for social interaction, the timber finished wall cuts in angle adding an additional feature to the elevation. In Mexico City, in a residential area called Polanco, this four story building contains three apartments organized in relation to three gardens. The street [...]
The Vanke (one of China based developer) Sales Pavilion designed by CL3 architects, based on the principle of Chinese Courtyard house with an entry court, front garden, main pavilion, side pavilion with support facilities and back garden that leads to show units.