Posts filed under 'Architecture'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.08.2014 - Tagged as: CEBRA, sports centre
Løgstør Sports Hall by CEBRA, photo: courtesy CEBRA
Denmark’s CEBRA used construction principles and elements typically used for industrial buildings and warehouses, standardised off-the-shelf components, to create an architecturally appealing, accessible and easily adaptable sports facility in Northern Denmark which was cheap to build and maintain.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.08.2014 - Tagged as: C+D Architecture, museum
Maritime Museum by C+D Architecture, photo: Marie Caroline Lucat
Part of a wide choice of cultural visits offered in the Languedoc Roussillon region of France, the Maritime Museum in Sète celebrates the precious and rare legacy of shipbuilder André Aversa.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.08.2014 - Tagged as: FAAB Architektura, Poland
Blood Center by FAAB Architektura, photo: Bartłomiej Senkowski
A three part project, Blood Center by FAAB Architektura includes the construction of a new Regional Blood Center building (completed), a shelter for a mobile blood center [bus] and the first specialized Center for Blood Cancer Diagnostics in Poland.
Foo House by Apollo Architects & Associates, photo: Masao Nishikawa
Located in a residential area on a plateau in Yokohama, Japan, the Foo House by Apollo Architects & Associates has a distinctive façade with exposed concrete and wooden lattices of Serangan batu wood.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.07.2014 - Tagged as: Nantes, offices, Tetrarc
Hub Creatic by Tetrarc, photo: Stéphane Chalmeau
70 startups, young companies developing new digital applications, are housed in Hub Creatic, a bright yellow clad building in Nantes, France designed by Tetrarc.
Hotel Vincci Gala Barcelona by TBI, photo: José Hevia Blach
Two requirements mark the design of the Hotel Vincci Gala Barcelona; first, the Monument Protection Department of Barcelona obligation to conserve both the facade and a large white marble staircase inside the building, and second, the name of the Hotel, ‘Gala’, referring to the wife and muse of surrealist painter Salvador Dalí.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.07.2014 - Tagged as: holiday home, Raum
Holiday Home, Sarzeau by Atelier Raum, photo: © Audrey Cerdan
Located on the north coast of the Rhuys peninsula in the Bretagne région of northwestern France, Atelier Raum’s Holiday Home is situated at the edge of a lightly residential, wooded area overlooking the sea.
Boa Nova Tea House by Alvaro Siza Vieira, photo: Joao Morgado – Architecture Photography
Renowned Portuguese architect Álvaro Siza has fully renovated the Boa Nova Tea House in Matosinhos, Portugal, one of his earliest commissions (1963).