Posts tagged as 'Architecture'
‘Stephan Maria Lang. Architecture – A Journey to the Soul’ (2012) from Hirmer Publishers
Thanks to our friends at Hirmer Publishers, we’re giving away three copies of the extremely covetable ‘Stephan Maria Lang. Architecture – A Journey to the Soul’. This richly illustrated book is an impressive introduction to the work of architect Stephan Maria Lang. The volume presents six selected projects which Lang has built between 2004 and 2011. Lang’s work is, among others, inspired by Japanese thought and the Californian modernism. The quality of his state-of-the-art houses lies in the surprising views, the play of light and shadow, and in the integration of landscape, garden, and interior into a gesamtkunstwerk.
Catedral de Nuestra Señora de Los Angeles, California, 1996-2002 by Rafael Moneo, photo: Aurofotoz, courtesy Fundación Barrié
The Fundación Barrié in A Coruña, Spain will be presenting ‘RAFAEL MONEO Theory through Practice’, the first comprehensive retrospective of the work of architect Rafael Moneo on October 24, 2013.
‘MVRDV Buildings’ (2013) from nai010 publishers
Thanks to our friends at nai010 publishers, we’re giving away three copies of the extremely covetable ‘MVRDV Buildings’ (2013), the first monograph on the legendary Rotterdam architectural office’s realised projects.
The ARC – River Culture Multimedia Theater Pavilion by Asymptote Architecture
The architecture of Asymptote’s River Culture Pavilion (ARC) in Daegu, South Korea is a powerful formal statement that combines nature, technology and space. The bold curved form of the ARC, perched on a peninsula that juts into a river surrounded by an awe inspiring natural environment, makes the building a strong focal point set against this panoramic landscape.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.09.2013 - Tagged as: Architecture, Sweden, Tengbom
Smart student flat by Tengbom Architects
A student flat designed by Tengbom Architects, only 10 meters square, is currently being exhibited at the Virserum Art Museum in the county Småland, Sweden.
Kö-Bogen office and retail complex by Daniel Libeskind, photo: (c) Murphy Facade Studio
Currently under construction and scheduled to open later this year in October (2013), Kö-Bogen is a six-story 432,300-square-foot office and retail complex designed by Daniel Libeskind for downtown Düsseldorf that marks an important transition between urban space and landscape.
Centre for Group Dynamics and Institutional Analysis by Dethier Architectures, photo: Serge Brison
Belgian architects Dethier Architectures were chosen to design a training facility for the Centre de dynamique des groupes et d’analyse institutionnelle (CDGAI) in Liège, a specialized training organization for professionals.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.08.2013 - Tagged as: Architecture, Germany, HENN
Glazed Software Factory by HENN
Germany’s HENN has won an architectural competition for an IT company’s new office building in Karlsruhe, Germany, the central theme of which is a ‘Glazed Software Factory’. “This is not only expressed in the external appearance of the new building but is also continued in the building structure and internal layout.” says HENN.