Posts filed under 'Architecture'

Mon 9.5.

Vineyard House by blaanc (PT)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Vineyard House by blaanc, photo: João Morgado

Vineyard House by blaanc, photo: João Morgado

Implanted on a large agricultural estate, the house is built in the middle of the property’s vineyard on an almost flat terrain adjacent to a cork oak forest. The calm and serenity of the surroundings welcomes the one storey building which tries to interfere as little as possible with the landscape by aligning alongside the natural elements that compose the peaceful backdrop. (text by blaanc)

 

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Sun 8.5.

B175 by VON M (DE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

B175 by VON M, photo: VON M

B175 by VON M, photo: VON M

The restoration of a Wilhelminian Style Apartment Building by VOM M results as a collage-like interplay of contemporary architectural elements distinctive sign of the alterations in contrast to the conserved and restored elements. (text by VON M)

 

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Fri 6.5.

Surgeon’s Rooms by Fmd Architects (AU)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Surgeon's Rooms by Fmd Architects, photo: John Gollings

Surgeon’s Rooms by Fmd Architects, photo: John Gollings

Surgeon’s Rooms reception area plays a dual role of waiting area as well as a workshop space for group mindfulness classes, which are an important component of the recovery process for the patients. The reception desk is a 3 dimensional layered plywood block, reconnecting the prosthetics seen in the façade of the building. (text by Fmd Architects)

 

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Port Centre and HQ, Port of Aarhus by C.F. Møller Architects, photo: Julian Weyer

Port Centre and HQ, Port of Aarhus by C.F. Møller Architects, photo: Julian Weyer

Inspired by the desire to achieve an optimal long-term flexibility and adaptability, the concept of the Port Centre resembles an ice crystal. C.F. Møller Architects designed a central triangular atrium will be an entity in itself, but it will be possible subsequently to add more wings which all connect to the same focal point. (text by C.F. Møller Architects)

 

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Råå Day Care Center by Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter, photo: Adam Mørk

Råå Day Care Center by Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter, photo: Adam Mørk

Situated on the scenic beach the children’s day care centre embedded in the dune forms a conspicuously inconspicuous silhouette against the green and sand-coloured setting of the small Swedish fishing village into the surrounding landscape. (text by Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter)

 

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Wed 4.5.

R4 by Florian Busch Architects (JP)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

R4 by Florian Busch Architects, photo: Nacasa + Partners

R4 by Florian Busch Architects, photo: Nacasa + Partners

The R4 building addresses the question how scale and location inform an inner-city office type, and how exactly this contextual necessity might in fact perfectly reflect an environment of unforced, informal, perhaps even natural work efficiency. (text by Florian Busch Architects)

 

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BHM Pavilion „Kulturschuppen“ by VON M (DE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

BHM Pavilion „Kulturschuppen“ by VON M, photo: VON M / Dennis Mueller

BHM Pavilion „Kulturschuppen“ by VON M, photo: VON M / Dennis Mueller

Very essential is the design for the BHM Pavilion belonging to the Wolfegg museum. Monochrome color design, as well as the minimalist detailing, characteristical shape are typical of the rural shed. (text by VON M)

 

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MHF - Revitalization Meierhof by AllesWirdGut Architektur, photo: AllesWirdGut / Guilherme Silva Da Rosa

MHF – Revitalization Meierhof by AllesWirdGut Architektur, photo: AllesWirdGut / Guilherme Silva Da Rosa

The simple shape and layout of the horizontal long house, a characteristic Burgenland building type, ideally blends in with the surrounding wide landscape. (text by AllesWirdGut Architektur)

 

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