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a21studĩo designs The Nest, a reporter’s home in Ho Chi Minh City

03-12-2014

a21studĩo designs The Nest, a reporter’s home in Ho Chi Minh City

The young Vietnamese architects of a21studio designed The Nest, a reporter’s home in the Bình Thạnh district of Ho Chi Minh City. Made entirely of metal, The Nest was designed with a lightweight beam and pillar structure covered with a grid that becomes both a fence and a support for luxuriant vegetation.

Daniel Libeskind’s Kö-Bogen office complex in Düsseldorf

17-09-2014

Daniel Libeskind’s Kö-Bogen office complex in Düsseldorf

Daniel Libeskind’s architectural studio designed Kö-Bogen office and retail complex in Düsseldorf. The architectural project establishes an urban link between the Hofgarten, Düsseldorf’s central park, and the Königsallee, creating a large pedestrian-friendly area. Daniel Libeskind’s Kö-Bogen takes the form of 2 buildings with 6 floors and inner courtyards, linked by a raised walkway and containing offices and shops.

Khosla Associates: DPS Kindergarten School in Bangalore

30-07-2014

Khosla Associates: DPS Kindergarten School in Bangalore

DPS Kindergarten School in Bangalore, a project by Khosla Associates, experiments with a form of sustainability involving screening of sunshine with traditional terra cotta jaalis and natural ventilation and lighting. The building, based on a concrete module with corrugated sheet metal walls, proclaims a democratic model of schooling.

Saitowitz: bridge home in California

07-05-2014

Saitowitz: bridge home in California

Stanley Saitowitz of Natoma Architects underlines the originality of the site of his bridge-shaped home in California, built out of the most commonly used materials in modern American architecture: steel, concrete and glass, employed here in both the structure and the cladding.

GPY arquitectos: SEGAI Research Centre in Tenerife

12-02-2014

GPY arquitectos: SEGAI Research Centre in Tenerife

Designed to be an architectural symbol, the SEGAI Research Centre in Tenerife, by GPY arquitectos of Span, is inspired by the landscape around it, amidst the farmland of the Faculty of Agriculture of La Laguna University. The materials employed in the project complete one another, combining strength with light weight.

Exit: a prison becomes a cultural centre in Palencia

15-08-2012

Exit: a prison becomes a cultural centre in Palencia

The high-tech idiom of the architects of Spanish studio Exit converts the old prison buildings in Palencia into a contemporary architectural project hosting an important new function for the city: the headquarters of a cultural centre, with an auditorium and a library.

Arolat: Raif Dinçkök Yalova Cultural Center

29-02-2012

Arolat: Raif Dinçkök Yalova Cultural Center

Raif Dinçkök Yalova cultural centre, near Istanbul, is a reflection on the theme of the façade in homage to Arabian architecture with its decorative gratings. Architect Emre Arolat interprets the façade as a skin which is entirely independent of the interior layout, and uses his material, Corten steel, to build a landmark in the landscape.

Cano Briceño: Café and Estudio 5 for artists

25-01-2012

Cano Briceño: Café and Estudio 5 for artists

Alfredo Cano Briceño shows the world of design that it is possible “to make something out of nothing”, constructing a sustainable building using recycled materials with a high expressive potential, in a contemporary project in which architecture is at the service of art and culture in the context of a place of entertainment.

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