Tag: ESD design

ONE 4 UNITS Residences Full Circle | Massimo Iosa Ghini

ONE 4 UNITS Residences Full Circle | Massimo Iosa Ghini

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• May 23, 2009 • Comments (0)

A conceptual house design ONE 4 UNITS Residences for Full Circle, by Italian architect Massimo Iosa Ghini. This is a four units housing development in one organism, each unit’s identity is created and defined by its organic and fluid forms. + Project description below provided by architect, Massimo Iosa Ghini The project started with the […]

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The Zuidkas | Architectenbureau Paul de Ruiter

The Zuidkas | Architectenbureau Paul de Ruiter

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• May 21, 2009 • Comments (6)

An ecological sustainable design (ESD) study of over 11,000 m² mixed-used building situated in the Ravel sub-area of the Zuidas in Amsterdam, Netherlands, carried out by Dutch architect Architectenbureau Paul de Ruiter and commissioned by the Government Buildings Agency. The sustainability strategies achieved by adopting green house principle, building’s orientation, functional organization, re-use of rainwater […]

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The Six Ramsgate Residence | Wallflower Architecture + Design

The Six Ramsgate Residence | Wallflower Architecture + Design

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• May 18, 2009 • Comments (0)

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, […]

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A-House | FKL architects

A-House | FKL architects

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• April 21, 2009 • Comments (3)

A-House is a single-family house located on a mews lane, in a Victorian suburb of Dublin, designed by Ireland based FKL architects. The house is an exploration of diagonal space within an orthogonal form and the possibilities of integrating environmental concerns at a fundamental level.

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The Munch Museum and The Stenersen Museum Collections | Herreros Arquitectos

The Munch Museum and The Stenersen Museum Collections | Herreros Arquitectos

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• April 16, 2009 • Comments (0)

Spanish architect  Herreros has been awarded First Prize of the competition for the Munch Area in Oslo, Norway. The design was inspired by Edvard Munch’s statement I am more interested in the line, its rise and fall, than in color. + Text below provided by architect, Herreros Arquitectos introduction DIAGNOSIS AND POSSIBILITIES The competition for […]

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Tornado tower | Visiondivision collaboration with Markus Wagner

Tornado tower | Visiondivision collaboration with Markus Wagner

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• March 22, 2009 • Comments (13)

A young Sweden based architecture firm Visiondivision believes in strong concepts and constantly re-investigating their role as architects by always pushing the limits of their field of work and the strategies of their design. Tornado, is an entry for an opera competition in Taiwan which was a collaboration with Markus Wagner, a member of Svensk […]

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Eco series | Berhin Studios

Eco series | Berhin Studios

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• December 29, 2008 • Comments (0)

A green designer Johan Berhin who designs with a vision – “work with nature and not against it.” The Eco series design by Berlin studios are locally resourced and produced in the south of Sweden. Berhin Studios has launched Green Furniture Award in 2008 as hoping to push the limit in making environmental product. ‘One […]

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Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre | Gareth Hoskins Architects

Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre | Gareth Hoskins Architects

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• December 27, 2008 • Comments (3)

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 […]

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Because All Australian Boys and Girls Need a Shed | Architects Michelle and Richard Black

Because All Australian Boys and Girls Need a Shed | Architects Michelle and Richard Black

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• December 5, 2008 • Comments (0)

Architects Michelle and Richard Black recently designed an ingenious, adaptable artist’s shed for a Melbourne-based potter that doesn’t really look like a shed at all. Functional design, sustainability and quality materials have now become crucial components.

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The Global Warming Swimming Pool | Ogilvy & Mather Mumbai

The Global Warming Swimming Pool | Ogilvy & Mather Mumbai

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• December 4, 2008 • Comments (1)

What?! How can people swim above the New York city? No, New York city is not underwater, but Ogilvy & Mather Mumbai ad agency has designed an incredible ad for HSBC to raise the awareness of the dangers of global warming. The effect is achieved by pasting the huge aerial cityscape poster to the pool […]

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