Tag Wrought Earth

TAO’s Forest Building of glulam, rammed earth and concrete

03-07-2020

TAO’s Forest Building of glulam, rammed earth and concrete

TAO’s Forest Building in Grand Canal Forest Park, near Beijing, China, is inspired by the trees of the forest and made of glulam, rammed earth and concrete.

Taller Héctor Barroso, Entre Pinos, Valle de Bravo

27-08-2018

Taller Héctor Barroso, Entre Pinos, Valle de Bravo

Mexican architectural firm Taller Héctor Barroso has built a complex of five houses in the Bravo Valley, a region much loved by the inhabitants of Mexico City for out-of-town trips, as a destination for escaping from the metropolis.

Omicron spaces, cultural encounters in Vorarlberg

10-07-2018

Omicron spaces, cultural encounters in Vorarlberg

A project that brings together traditional building materials like clay with Bangladeshi fabrics and an Austrian enterprise.

Sustainable and enduring architecture, a conversation with Anna Heringer

02-07-2018

Sustainable and enduring architecture, a conversation with Anna Heringer

At the 16th International Architecture exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia with the title FREESPACE, to mark her participation in THIS IS NOT A SHIRT, we met Anna Heringer, an award-winning architect whose architecture is the product of a profound respect for the location of her work, the materials used and the people it is for.

Ricardo Bofill and Université Mohammed VI Polytechnique

25-01-2017

Ricardo Bofill and Université Mohammed VI Polytechnique

Ricardo Bofill won the contest for construction of Université Mohammed VI Polytechnique in the masterplan for the foundation of Mohammed VI Green City in Ben Guerir, Morocco. The heart of a wider-ranging urban planning project, Université Mohammed VI combines traditional constructions with modernity.

Tatiana Bilbao: rammed-earth house in Ajijic

05-12-2011

Tatiana Bilbao: rammed-earth house in Ajijic

Reflecting on issues of importance in contemporary architecture, Tatiana Bilbao rediscovers rammed-earth as a valuable, prestigious building material. Her house in Ajijic, Mexico is an ever-changing dialogue between design and nature, in which this traditional material becomes both a sustainable construction solution and an interpretation of contemporary aesthetic sensibilities.

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