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Posts filed under 'Architecture'

Thu 5.10.

The Futurists: Pedrali

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.10.2017 - Tagged as:

The Futurists: Pedrali

The opening of a dedicated wood-production facility in Manzano, Udine, ten years ago has helped Pedrali position as a leader in industrially produced furniture across a range of materials

 

A long-term investment in the latest production technologies, married with razor-sharp, optimised processes, has helped position Pedrali as a major international player in industrially produced, premium furniture. (text by Simon Keane-Cowell )

 

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Tue 12.9.

The Brewery Yard by AR-MA

Posted by Walter Phillips on 12.09.2017 - Tagged as:

The Brewery Yard by AR-MA

Photographer: John Gollings

Tzannes Associates’ recent Irving Street Brewery project provides Central Park with a tri-generational plant through adaptive reuse of the Carlton and United Brewery buildings. The project has been awarded for its conservation success on two occasions by the Australian Institute for Architects (AIA). The project’s façade design and engineering posed a number of construction and installation challenges, due to the complexity of its geometry and its scale. AR-MA was engaged to provide a pre-fabricated solution to these issues, employing custom digital tools and customised construction systems to do so.

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Wed 30.8.

Archer Family Residence by Kuhnellco architecture

Posted by Walter Phillips on 30.08.2017 - Tagged as:

Archer Family Residence by Kuhnellco architecture

Photographer: Roger D’Souza

The project is about new beginnings for a young family. It’s response to the harsh beauty and extremes of the surrounding landscape. The outcome is a series of pavilions oriented around a communal living space, allowing for efficiency and adaptability to the environment and the family’s changing needs. The building is a response to the recent history of the landscape whilst also drawing on its heritage. The site is a part of a parcel of land that was re-released following the 2003 Canberra bush fires.

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Mon 28.8.

Outer Crescent House by Merrylees Architecture

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.08.2017 - Tagged as:

Outer Crescent House by Merrylees Architecture

Photographer: Tom Wenborne

Design Intent Outer Crescent House is located in the Bayside suburb of Brighton, tucked behind the bustling Bay St shopping precinct. The property was an overlooked transition site measuring a mere 345 m2, sandwiched between a commercial warehouse, a lane and the rear of the Bay St shops.

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Mon 21.8.

Ishibe house by ALTS Design Office

Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.08.2017 - Tagged as:

Ishibe house by ALTS Design Office

Photographer: Yuta Yamada

 

The hope of this client is to live in a house just like a renovated warehouse. The type of houses is diversified into various kinds, and such a house is prevalent on the ground of financial terms. However, there’re problems as regarding heat insulation capacity and construction to convert a warehouse into a house. As a result, it costs the same amount as new construction. Therefore, we built a new house like a renovated warehouse pursuing diversified and productive open spaces.

 

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Tue 8.8.

Linea Light Group: Italian Craftsmanship

Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.08.2017 - Tagged as:

Linea Light Group: Italian Craftsmanship

 

Creating building-specific lighting calls for skill and sensitivity during the design work. The LINEA LIGHT GROUP comprises a group of different specialists who specialise in creating precisely-tailored LED lighting for customers with specific requirements. (text by Detail)

 

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Dulwich College Laboratory by Grimshaw Architects

Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.08.2017 - Tagged as:

Dulwich College Laboratory by Grimshaw Architects

Photographer: Daniel Shearing

The Laboratory at Dulwich College is a state-of-the-art science building located in the heart of the school’s historic campus in south London. The £14 million Grimshaw-designed scheme was officially opened earlier this month and is the first completed school project in the practice’s education portfolio.

 

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Fri 16.6.

The Agora by Tsao & McKown Architects

Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.06.2017 - Tagged as:

The Agora by Tsao & McKown Architects

Photographer: Kerunlp

Overlooking the Yellow Sea from the central business district in central Qingdao, the Agora is a 2.3 million sq. ft. mixed-use development consisting of a 4-story, 300,000 sq. ft. retail center; a 30-story, 96-unit condominium residence; and a 51-story, 936,000 sq. ft. office tower. The design produces a varied and adaptable network of private and public activities that compose a civic destination.

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