Posts filed under 'Architecture'

Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University Administration Information Building by Aedas

Photographer: © Aedas

Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University is a new international university jointly founded by Xi’an Jiaotong University China and the University of Liverpool UK as a joint venture.It is a leading Sino-Foreign cooperative university in China, offering undergraduate degree programmes in the fields of science, engineering and management. (more…)

Tue 7.2.

House H by ABIBOO Architecture

Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.02.2017 - Tagged as:

House H by ABIBOO Architecture

Photographer: Joao Morgado

House H is located in an exclusive area in Madrid. The house has a floor area of 14,000 sq. ft. (1.300 m2) and is the answer to the broad and diverse functional needs of the client, a well-known international sportsman. In the residence, growth occurs in a non-hierarchical order, each space has different characteristics but similar importance. The villa is designed as a sponge, with multiple micro-spaces designed especially in relation with sensorial experiences and inter-related to each other. (more…)

Wed 1.2.

Writing Pavilion by Architensions

Posted by Walter Phillips on 01.02.2017 - Tagged as:

Writing Pavilion by Architensions

Photographer: Cameron Blaylock

Writing and drawing are activities that contribute to the creation of a parallel imaginative world and to producing infinite options whenever a condition of isolation or immersive solitude is needed. The small space is located in the lush and protected garden of a creative couple involved in the arts. Nested on a concrete plinth, the pavilion employs the use of black stained cedar for the exterior cladding and natural pine plywood for the interior. (more…)

Tue 31.1.

Bagh e Jannat by Bracket Design Studio

Posted by Walter Phillips on 31.01.2017 - Tagged as:

Bagh e Jannat by Bracket Design Studio

Photographer: Farshid Nasrabadi

Bagh-Janat alley on Abbasabad district is one of the oldest wealthy neighborhoods in Isfahan. Nowadays it is really hard to trace the old big green gardens and palaces there as all of them have disappeared and turned into modern apartments during the past 50 years of modernization only producing a mixture of heterogeneous buildings with different styles, heights, and densities. Among these dense buildings, it is hard to find a single housing or a small lot to develop and Bagh-Janat is one of the few. This three-level building complies with the height limit of 7 meters and appears one story high above the ground.

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Fri 27.1.

hERZberg Residential Complex by feld72

Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.01.2017 - Tagged as:

hERZberg Residential Complex by feld72

Photographer: Hertha Hurnaus

Working from concepts of urban development and architecture, hERZberg has created a structure combining a great number of different living options for singles, for (patchwork) families and also for supervised flat-sharing for young people – a neighbourhood catering for the most diverse ways of life. (more…)

Thu 26.1.

FOR REAL?: SOOII

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.01.2017 - Tagged as:

For Real?: Sooii

The Wuppertal firm of sooii creates perfect 3-D visualisations for architecture, interiors and products. Thanks to the latest technical features there are no longer any perceptible differences to conventional photographs. (text by Bettina Krause )

 

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Cerrado House by Vazio S/A

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.01.2017 - Tagged as:

Cerrado House by Vazio SA

Photographer: Gabriel Castro

The Cerrado House was built at the foothills of the Sierra da Moeda, a mountain range in the state of Minas Gerais. The three-bedroom house has a rooftop pool and a wide staircase that leads to the rooftop terrace. The rooms are right under the swimming pool and have views of the sierra, the Cerrado and its twisted trees. Louvers on the northern and western faces protect against the inclement sun. (more…)

Graafjansdijk House by Govaert & Vanhoutte Architects

Photographer: Tim Van de Velde

In the 9th century, the Graafjansdijk (dike) protected parts of France and Belgium agaist the storm tides from the North Sea and the Western part of the river Schelde. Currently only a short strip of this dike remains in the rural surroundings of the seaside village of Knokke, near the border with Holland. (more…)