Tag: Waterfront architecture

Houses on the Shelf | Ryszard Rychlicki of H3AR

Houses on the Shelf | Ryszard Rychlicki of H3AR

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• August 10, 2009 • Comments (0)

Ryszard Rychlicki of H3AR has won the 3rd prize of London Bridge 800 Competition organised by the Royal Institute of British Architects & Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects. + Project description courtesy of H3AR If we treat a house as a product with a programmed product life, which after the expiry of the guarantee period […]

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Canoes Landscape | Julio Barreno Gutiérrez

Canoes Landscape | Julio Barreno Gutiérrez

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• August 5, 2009 • Comments (2)

Spanish architect  Julio Barreno Gutiérrez recently has completed a building which is to store canoes next to the water reservoir in a small village in the south of Spain. For the construction of this element we used the current materials of this area; the white colour as the main ingredient and inclined black tiled roof […]

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Palabritas Beach House | Architect Jose Orrego

Palabritas Beach House | Architect Jose Orrego

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• July 26, 2009 • Comments (2)

Palabritas Beach House, recently completed by Peruvian firm Architect Jose Orrego, is a contemporary and stylish house designed to capture the view situated on the coast of Lima, Peru. + Project description courtesy of Architect Jose Orrego The house is located on the first row of lots and was designed so that the architecture acted […]

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Krystalklar ("Crystal Clear") | C. F. Møller Architects

Krystalklar (“Crystal Clear”) | C. F. Møller Architects

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• July 24, 2009 • Comments (0)

C. F. Møller Architects and Norwegian firm Kristin Jarmund Arkitekter cooperate to design a new landmark for Oslo. A high-rise development, located at Norways most important traffic hub in central Oslo, and with fantastic views of the waterfront and fjord-landscape beyond. The project is expected to be completed within 3-5 years. + Project description courtesy […]

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De Rotterdam 'Vertical City' | Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)

De Rotterdam ‘Vertical City’ | Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)

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• July 15, 2009 • Comments (0)

Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) has designed a mixed-used development – De Rotterdam ‘Vertical City’ located in Rotterdam, Netherlands, with approximately 155.000 m2 floor area and 150 meters high, scheduled to be completed in 2011. + Project description courtesy of OMA Part of an effort to regenerate the Kop van Zuid area of Rotterdam, these […]

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Beach Pavilion | Moorhead & Moorhead

Beach Pavilion | Moorhead & Moorhead

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• June 11, 2009 • Comments (1)

New-york based architecture and industrial design studio Moorhead & Moorhead has designed a Beach Pavilion located in Punta del Este, Uruguay. + Project description courtesy Moorhead & Moorhead Beach Pavilion (150 m2) is part of a private residential beachfront compound in Uruguay. Located immediately adjacent to the ocean, its primarily function is to provide shade […]

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Seoul Performing Arts Center | dmp Architects

Seoul Performing Arts Center | dmp Architects

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• June 5, 2009 • Comments (3)

Korea-based dmp Architects has proposed an iconic building for Seoul Performing Arts Center located in Nodul Island, Seoul, Korea. The goal of the project is to bring a new life to Han River and Nodul Island which has been forgotten by people of Seoul nowaday. A very good design approach of creating a dramatic roof […]

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Flowing Gardens, Xi’an Horticultural Exhibition 2011 | Plasma Studio

Flowing Gardens, Xi’an Horticultural Exhibition 2011 | Plasma Studio

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• June 2, 2009 • Comments (0)

Flowing Gardens, designed by London-based Plasma Studio for the International Horticultural Fair in Xi’an, China. Circulation is the key idea to develop the whole scheme, the circulation flow begins as a single stream, and then broadens, branching out to form the borders of garden spaces. The gate building is placed at the junction of those […]

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Ozeaneum German Oceanographic Museum | Behnisch Architekten

Ozeaneum German Oceanographic Museum | Behnisch Architekten

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• May 6, 2009 • Comments (0)

Germany-based architecture and planning firm Behnisch Architekten has designed a very large public aquarium in the German city of Stralsund – Ozeaneum German Oceanographic Museum. The new museum is an open structure flooded from all sides by light, similar to the way stones in the sea near the water’s edge are flooded by the surrounding […]

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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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