Posts tagged as 'interior architecture'
Studio by fernlund + logan
The architects Solveig Fernlund, who attended the University of Lund, Sweden and Neil Logan, who studied architecture at Rhode Island School of Design, and Columbia University opened their studio fernlund + logan in the early 1990s. Since then they have been commissioned with several residential and commercial designs – above all offices and showrooms for the well known US textile manufacturer Maharam.
Studio in Guilford, Connecticut by fernlund + logan
The studio in Guilford, Connecticut, which they finished in 2006 is exemplary for their residential architecture which clearly refers to the Scandinavian roots of the studio.
But let the architects explain it better:
“The house originally designed by Tony Smith in the 50′s consists of a main building, a guesthouse on stilts accessible from a ramp and a swimming pool built around a rock that marks the high point on the coast.”
Kitchen and living room
“A studio / utility building has been added to the site replacing a derelict structure in the hillside. It consists of a structure of cast-in-place reinforced concrete following the contour lines of the hill with only 3 feet of the back wall and roof visible from the main building. No exterior or interior finishes have been added and a planted “green roof” integrates the structure to the garden. A cantilevered walkway serves as an outdoor corridor connecting the two separate functions of studio and mechanical room. In the main building, an exposed new kitchen was inspired by the materials and work of Tony Smith. In addition, extensive renovations of the existing swimming pool were made.”
to the fernlund + logan website
'Pure White Ecoresin™' by 3form
Restoring two adjacent lobbies of the outdated 1980s Adam Place office building in Massachusetts, USA the internationally operating architects of Perkins + Will wanted to achieve a powerful transformation without the cost and time required for a complete overhaul. Focusing on the unattractive exposed elevators, the team at Perkins + Will chose to update the with a, visually dynamic solution for concealing the outdated glass cabs.
1 Adams Place, elevator, designed by Perkins + Will
For 1 Adams Place the team suspended 3form Varia Ecoresin panels in a vertical layered pattern. The spacing and depth was controlled to create, along with the nuanced neutral color choices, a sculptural cascade of color and form enhanced by the unexpected elevator movement from within. The effect is a remarkable modern appearance with contemporary industrial flavor.
2 Adams Place, designed by Perkins+ Will
For 2 Adams Place, the team built on the concept of the vertical grill, but chose a softer, more ethereal approach to the façade. The design called for 3form Varia Ecoresin in brilliant Pure White to emulate billowing ship sails. Architects chose 3form Scultural Form Legato in alternating formation to easily, and effectively, create a traditional basket-weave pattern. The panels were installed on 4 vertical I-beams using 3form Cable Hardware. 3form Architecture department provided consultation and assistance with digital data modeling and structural design to ensure flowing movement and minimal visible hardware.
2 Adams Place designed by Perkins + Will
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to the Perkins + Will website
Moesk Control Center by Arch-group and ABTB
Russian Arch-group and ABTB are to build the reconstruction of the network control centre of electricity-distribution company Moesk in Moscow, Russia. Main space is a control room of320 m2 with a two-level podium made of corian including workstations for six controllers and a wall of video screens. The wall consists of 36 Barco video cubes showing informations on the condition of the electricity network.
Photos: Arch-group and ABTB
Laconically decorated on a dark floor the second space underlines the dynamical form of a snow-white podium. The wall finish is perforated BILDEX and luminescent lamps hidden behind the translucent ceiling light up the space. Powerful projectors are turned to the workstations.
Moesk Control Center by Arch-group and ABTB
Photos: Ludger Paffrath
Jürgen Mayer H. has just completed the interior design of a medical centre in Hamburg. The sculptural elements and the sophisticated colour scheme have the typical handwriting of the Berlin-based architect, who has managed to create a homogeneous interior landscape which is reminiscent of the 70s in style.
The centre for dentistry in Hamburg by Jürgen Mayer H.
The architect´s description:
The centre for dentistry is situated in a medical center in Hamburg St. Georg, close to Hamburg’s lively downtown. Free standing core elements devide the open space into different programmatic zones. These elements host independend workstations, an x-ray room and different other medical facilities. One rotating element next to the waiting area transforms a closed examination room into a stage for a medical auditorium. Sloped tops of the cores contain indirect lighting with integrated luminous ceilings. The color scheme in blue and brown shades moves freely from floor to wall to ceiling and gives the illusion of an endless space continuum.
The centre for dentistry by Jürgen Mayer H.
to the Jürgen Mayer H. website