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Posts filed under 'Architecture'

Thu 25.3.

BRICKING IT: RANDERS TEGL

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.03.2021 - Tagged as:

While brick has enjoyed a renaissance in contemporary architecture, due in no small part to its sustainability credentials, manufacturer Randers Tegl is delivering even greater creative potential and versatility with its long-format Ultima brick series.

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Thu 11.3.

TIME MACHINE: ENSCAPE

Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.03.2021

Enscape has created a plug-in that allows adjustments to architectural designs to be immediately visible – game-changing, time-saving, real-time rendering.

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Fri 29.1.

POETIC BRICKWORK: RANDERS TEGL

Posted by Walter Phillips on 29.01.2021 - Tagged as:

When it came to choosing a brick for its Casa Sand project in Aarhus, Denmark, Christoffersen & Weiling Architects decided on the Ultima from Randers Tegl. Find out why, here.

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Thu 27.8.

THERE’S SOMETHING IN THE BUSHES: ENEA

Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.08.2020 - Tagged as:

Landscape artists ENEA have been celebrating the beauty of nature for over 25 years, bringing their holistic approach to bear on green spaces not only in their native Switzerland, but all around the world.

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Wed 19.2.

MELTING EVEN CONCRETE: OCCHIO

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.02.2020 - Tagged as: , , ,


It is not for nothing that light is considered the fourth dimension of architecture. Lighting specialist OCCHIO knows all about its power, managing to enliven even cold, black concrete with its luminaire systems.

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Fri 31.1.

SKY-FRAME: WELCOME ABOARD!

Posted by Walter Phillips on 31.01.2020 - Tagged as:

SKY-FRAME: WELCOME ABOARD!
A view of the Copenhill power station designed by BIG – which includes a ski slope.

Bjarke Ingels talks unobstructed views and architecture as a force for good in the latest instalment of ‘My Point of View’, Swiss sliding-window manufacturer SKY-FRAME’s film series.

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DESIGN CENTER’S FOCUS OPEN: THE HANDS-ON DESIGN AWARD
Design excellence: The Kaiser Shen Architekten studio designed this Ludwigsburg Museum-commissioned, wooden micro-house for the yard as a solution to the shortage of living space.

The DESIGN CENTER BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG’s Focus Open jury don’t mind getting their hands dirty. Before handing over any prizes, all entries will have been not only seen but touched, tested and tried out.

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Tue 23.10.

Morpheus Hotel by Zaha Hadid Architects

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.10.2018 - Tagged as: ,

Morpheus Hotel by Zaha Hadid Architects

 

Its large twisting geometric facade is a distinctive sign that allows you to see the hotel from any location of the city. (more…)

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