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  • Designing an Urban Village / Brenac+Gonzalez
    on Jun 14, 2013 in World
    The building is composed of several layers assembled on the vertical axis, over a base that provides properly anchored natural and use-related services. It is designed ​​according to the needs of each housing site, thereby defining the overlay di...
  • New LACMA Campus Explores Designing a Surfaceless Structure
    on May 16, 2013 in World
    Surface has a long standing relationship with architecture and has been the primary component through which we communicate architectural composition. However the less obvious contributor that has had its hand in the making of architecture is the line...
  • Responsive Infrastructure for a Sinking Manhattan
    on Apr 12, 2013 in World
    Responsive Infrastructure by Natalie Chelliah combats the paradoxical problem of lower Manhattan’s future; a city with a footprint slowly sinking into the ocean while its population consistently expands. Less Space : more people. An new city infras...
  • Sensory City: Buildings Dynamic Morphologies
    on Mar 14, 2013 in World
    Xiaofeng Mei, project is located on a coastal area of Japan which is a site susceptible to environmental influences. The project is about the Dynamic Morphologies of a building’s envelope, and how architecture can move away from being fix to one th...
  • Icon Square Houses: Peace Center, Community Center, and Eco Hotel
    on Feb 14, 2013 in World
    The Icon Square houses a Peace Center, Community Center, and Eco Hotel designed by Kyle Duvernay and Mike Knowlton in located in Bunker Hill, Los Angeles. A 150,000 sq/ft lot invites the public in by creating a corridor across the site, and by uplift...
  • City-like Supertall Skyscraper in Beijing, China
    on Jan 24, 2013 in World
    The most innovative architectural idea of this project is based on the possibility of a constantly changing skyscraper. It is all about developing a mutant vertical city building possibility, which answers to its time, place and inhabitants requireme...
  • National Art Museum of China Proposal / MAD Architects
    on Jan 3, 2013 in World
    The building was designed by MAD Architects, as proposal for the international competition for the future National Art Museum of China in Bejing. Their concept is based on an elevated public square which is protected by a floating mega volume above.T...
  • Offices for Junta Castilla y Leon / Alberto Campo Baeza
    on Dec 28, 2012 in World
    The sandsone walls of Junta Castilla y León offices are completely enveloped in glass. Using the same stone as the Zamora Catherdral, which is located in the west of the historic walled city, Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza has created a box-l...
  • Arteixo Tourist Office / Alejandro Garcia y Arquitectos
    on Dec 6, 2012 in World
    Arteixo Tourist Office was designed by the Spanish firm Alejandro Garcia y Arquitectos and is located on a site previously used as a bus top. The ambition was to create an urban attraction of the Arteixo municipality in Galicia, Spain.Note that other...
  • Buddhism Temple Based on a Mobius Strip / Miliy Design
    on Nov 29, 2012 in World
    The Buddhist temple soon to be built in Taichang, China, takes shape of a Mobius ring, reflecting the basic principles of Buddhism and the idea of reincarnation. With the aid of digital design and fabrication techniques, the spatial logic of the buil...
  • KMUTT Learning Center is a Study on Biomimicry
    on Nov 8, 2012 in World
    According to the KMUTT Roadmap 2020, the university is aspiring to be one of the world class universities in the area of science and technology. For the Learning Innovation, the design by MAB Studio (Achawin Laohavichairat) used biomimicry as a natur...
  • Asemic Forest: Spontaneous Order and Architecture
    on Nov 2, 2012 in World
    This project by Shahira Hammad envisions a new train station for Vienna, one that would either modify or replace the existing Westbahnhof train station.The project keeps the existing building, but contaminated with structures that would express a com...
  • Anisotropic Sheet Morphologies – Pavilion at Beijing’s Design Week
    on Oct 30, 2012 in World
    Ban is the latest pavilion by architects Orproject which has been constructed for the Beijing Design Week 2012. The Chinese title refers to floral petals, and similar to the way that the shape of a flower is created by its bent petals, Ban is constru...
  • Phyllon Lamp Mimics Leaf Structure
    on Oct 25, 2012 in World
    The Phýllon lamp designed by Nikolay Hristov Ivanov was inspired by the complexity of a leaf’s veins system. A novel process that employs computer simulation is used to generate a design that operates close to a micro-scale. It started as a resear...
  • Kiriake Miniature Water Park / Takao Shiotsuka
    on Oct 22, 2012 in World
    The three “Kikuchi” public parks are carefully weaved into the neighborhood of Kikuchi, a city in Kumamoto, Japan. Designed by Japanese architect Takao Shiotsuka, they are a good example of an alternative approach to pocket parks. According to Sh...
  • League of Shadows Pavilion / PATTERNS
    on Oct 19, 2012
    Designed by Marcelo Spina and Georgina Huljich of P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, the League of Shadows Pavilion has been declared winner of an architectural design competition for a 1,200-seat outdoor pavilion at SCI-Arc. The pavilion would accommodate graduation...
  • Studio Fuksas Completes The Tbilisi Public Service Hall
    on Oct 17, 2012
    Studio Fuksas have completed the Tbilisi Public Service Hall in Tbilisi, Georgia. Conceived as the largest social service center in the world, the landmark, which is located on Tbilisi’s waterfront, pairs an innovative program with flamboyant archi...
  • Snøhetta Wins Busan Opera House Competition
    on Oct 17, 2012
    Inspired by the dramatic coastal landscape of Busan, the Norwegian design firm Snøhetta has won the competition to realize the city’s opera house. The new Busan Opera House will be located by the port, and, as with the Opera House in Oslo, it will...
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