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Posts filed under 'Architecture'

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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Ama'r Children's Culture House by Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter, photo: Torben Eskerod

Ama’r Children’s Culture House by Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter, photo: Torben Eskerod

The Children’s Culture House designed by Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter offers various play facilities and programmes for children of all ages. The interior is organised as a mountain village – providing a number of spatial experiences and fascinating visual links. (text by Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter)

 

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Mon 2.5.

L4 House by Luciano Kruk (AR)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

L4 House by Luciano Kruk, photo: Daniela Mac Adden

L4 House by Luciano Kruk, photo: Daniela Mac Adden

L4 House lines on a maritime pines lot, a terrain characterised by a slope that descends longitudinally in a soft slant toward the sea. (text by Luciano Kruk)

 

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Espaço Cultural Porto Seguroto by São Paulo Arquitetura, photo: Fabio Hargesheimer / Teixeira Duarte

Espaço Cultural Porto Seguroto by São Paulo Arquitetura, photo: Fabio Hargesheimer / Teixeira Duarte

São Paulo Arquitetura designed an inviting entrance without physical barriers and with a welcoming character. The folds guide the route and encourage curiosity to discover a new space. An exposed concrete pure monolith gives life to the new cultural centre of the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil. (text by São Paulo Arquitetura)

 

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Thu 28.4.

K8 by Florian Busch Architects (JP)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.04.2016 - Tagged as: ,

K8 by Florian Busch Architects, photo: Nacása & Partners

K8 by Florian Busch Architects, photo: Nacása & Partners

K8 is a vertical experience. The main staircase stretches over eight levels connecting the building areas hosting different events, from aperitif on ground level to digestif on the top overlooking Pontocho towards Kamogawa. (text by Florian Busch Architects)

 

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Frutt Family Lodge & Melchsee Apartments, a collaboration of Philip Loskant Architekt, Architekturwerk & Matthias Buser, photo: Ulrich Stockhaus

Frutt Family Lodge & Melchsee Apartments, a collaboration of Philip Loskant Architekt, Architekturwerk & Matthias Buser, photo: Ulrich Stockhaus

Recalling Bruno Taut’s expressionistic “Alpine Architektur” from the 1910s, the buildings are a optimistic statement of how architecture and nature can become a “fantastic” whole. (text by the architects)

 

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