Posts filed under 'Architecture'

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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Thu 21.4.

TOKYO TEY Sushi Store by mode:lina architekci (PL)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.04.2016 - Tagged as: ,

TOKYO TEY Sushi Store by mode:lina architekci, photo: Marcin Ratajczak

TOKYO TEY Sushi Store by mode:lina architekci, photo: Marcin Ratajczak

The designers chose a minimalist and transparent look exposing entire supply of the shop as well as get a sneak peek at sushi master at work through a glazed mezzanine. The colour scheme is inspired by the colours of traditional sushi rolls, black and white with a stripe of colourful triangles coherent with brand’s visual identity. (text by mode:lina architekci)

 

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Wed 20.4.

Naremburn House by Bijl Architecture (AU)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.04.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Naremburn House by Bijl Architecture, photo: Katherine Lu

Naremburn House by Bijl Architecture, photo: Katherine Lu

The design manipulates the site topography with subtle level changes while re-interpreting traditional Dutch gable and roof., The material selections – externally, zinc, timber, masonry, concrete; and internally, polished concrete, solid surfaces, framed walls, and timber-framed windows. (text by Bijl Architecture)

 

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Tue 19.4.

House 1101 by HARQUITECTES (ES)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.04.2016 - Tagged as: ,

House 1101 by HARQUITECTES, photo: Adrià Goula

House 1101 by HARQUITECTES, photo: Adrià Goula

One of the main goals was to achieve a close and essential relationship between the house and the garden in such a way that they both became the extension of each other. All that, without falling into the unavoidable, often out of proportion, and so recurrent large glazed panels: they wanted walls, and we also did. A house with walls in a garden for an art collectors couple. (text by HARQUITECTES)

 

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Lawyer's office “Scherbaum Seebacher” by LOVE architecture and urbanism, photo: Jasmin Schuller

Lawyer’s office “Scherbaum Seebacher” by LOVE architecture and urbanism, photo: Jasmin Schuller

The basic element of the design concept of the law office is the motive of the column or arcade, which is newly interpreted. In this way, the path through the future law office is characterized by a sequence of columns positioned at various densities. (text by LOVE architecture and urbanism)

 

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Juice Bar Cabin by NaNA (Not a Number Architects), photo: Cosmin Dragomir

Juice Bar Cabin by NaNA (Not a Number Architects), photo: Cosmin Dragomir

Occupying a small plot in the center of Bucharest, this juice bar adopts the irregular outline of a derelict Turkish café, which previously stood on the site. The scheme was conceived as a secure and protective cabin – placed within an urban context. (text by NaNA)

 

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5 Houses by Carlos Alejandro Ciravegna, photo: Viramonte Gonzalo

5 Houses by Carlos Alejandro Ciravegna, photo: Viramonte Gonzalo

Simplicity, formal synthesis and material are the foundation of the project. This minimalistic modular system sits in the midst of a lush vegetation altering the natural soil as little as possible and joining the landscape through the views. (text by Carlos Alejandro Ciravegna)

 

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