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Posts filed under 'Architecture'

Thu 9.7.

ARCHI DEPOT TOKYO Exhibition at the Triennale di Milano

Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.07.2015 - Tagged as: , ,

Eijiro Kosugi + Aya Utsumi model at the ARCHI DEPOT TOKYO Exhibition at the Triennale di Milano

Eijiro Kosugi + Aya Utsumi model at the ARCHI DEPOT TOKYO Exhibition at the Triennale di Milano

The architectonic models of 41 Japanese designers are on display at ARCHI DEPOT TOKYO, an exhibition at the Triennale di Milano from July 10 to 19, 2015.

 

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The Hemnet Home by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter

The Hemnet Home by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter

The Hemnet Home is a data experiment to lead the way for a new type of architecture. After analysing 200 million clicks and 86,000 properties on Hemnet, Sweden’s most popular property site, Hemnet asked Tham & Videgård to create Sweden’s statistically most sought after home.

 

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Visegad Town Center by aplusarchitects + S73 stúdió, photo: József Lipka and Ákos Mátételki (TheGreypixelWorkshop)

Visegad Town Center by aplusarchitects + S73 stúdió, photo: József Lipka and Ákos Mátételki (TheGreypixelWorkshop)

For Visegrád, considered to be the smallest town of Hungary, aplusarchitects and S73 stúdió have created a new town centre.

 

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Mon 6.7.

Is There Life After Expo 2015?

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.07.2015 - Tagged as: ,

A 14-metre-high 3D aluminium lattice cube representing a beehive stands at the heart of the UK’s pastoral Expo pavilion. It will be reinstated as an artwork in the UK after the event; photo Hufton + Crow / courtesy of UKTI

A 14-metre-high 3D aluminium lattice cube representing a beehive stands at the heart of the UK’s pastoral Expo pavilion. It will be reinstated as an artwork in the UK after the event; photo Hufton + Crow / courtesy of UKTI

The five-yearly international big-top fair that is Expo is currently drawing vast crowds to its 2015 Milan edition. Given its sustainability theme, just how sustainable are its temporary architectural offerings? (by Giovanna Dunmall)

 

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Milan, Italy–Designed by world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind (New York/Milan/Zurich), the corporate pavilion for Vanke China will explore key issues related to the theme of the Expo, “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”. The interior exhibition design is led by Ralph Appelbaum Associates

Milan, Italy–Designed by world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, the corporate pavilion for Vanke China will explore key issues related to the theme of the Expo, “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”. The interior exhibition design is led by Ralph Appelbaum Associates with graphic design by Han Jiaying

The concept for the Vanke Pavilion incorporates three ideas drawn from Chinese culture related to food: the shi-tang, a traditional Chinese dining hall; the landscape, the fundamental element to life; and the dragon, which is metaphorically related to farming and sustenance. All three of these concepts are incorporated in the Vanke Pavilion’s exhibition, architecture and program.

 

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Thu 25.6.

GDC_KreativLAB by Schöne Räume (DE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.06.2015 - Tagged as: ,

GDC_KreativLAB by Schöne Räume

GDC_KreativLAB by Schöne Räume, photo: Oliver Tamagnini © schöne räume architektur innenarchitektur

German designers Schöne Räume matched the functional skeleton construction, made of reinforced concrete, of a former logistics centre with modern and individualistic design elements for the offices of their client Gries Deco Company GmbH.

 

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Wed 24.6.

Canterbury Road Residence by B.E Architecture (AU)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.06.2015 - Tagged as:

Canterbury Road Residence by B.E Architecture

Canterbury Road Residence by B.E Architecture

A traditional Victorian home in Middle Park, Melbourne, B.E Architecture’s Canterbury Road Residence was an opportunity to rethink a series of custom details to suit the context of the original house, and the clients’ strong appreciation for the element of decoration from that era.

 

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Wrap House by Apollo Architects & Associates, photo: Masao Nishikawa

Wrap House by Apollo Architects & Associates, photo: Masao Nishikawa

The client for the Wrap House by Apollo Architects & Associates, a graphic designer working in an advertising agency, acquired a piece of land on a hilltop with a good view and requested Apollo design a residence “with airiness and openness”.

 

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