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CAAD Swissbau Pavilion Wooden pavilion with self-organised structure 2005 Awarded with the Holz21 Prize 2005
Closing the Digital Chain summary
From design to production: Three complex structures materialised in wood Fabian Scheurer, email@example.com
Architects: ONL [Oosterhuis_Lénárd] Location: Utrecht, The Netherlands Design team: Kas Oosterhuis, Ilona Lénárd, Cas Aalbers, Sander Boer, Tom Hals, Dimitar Karanikolov, Tom Smith, Richard Lewis, Barbara Janssen, Gijs Joosen, Andrei Badescu, Maciek Swiatkowski, Rafael Seemann Engineering: ONL, Meijers Staalbouw BV, Pilkington Benelux BV Client: Projectbureau Leidsche Rijn Utrecht Production: Meijers Staalbouw BV Project year: 2006 Budget: US $6,52 M Photographs: ONL [Oosterhuis_Lénárd] The architectural-urban planning project Hessing Cockpit in Acoustic Barrier is innnovative in several seperate fields:
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Claudia Ernst joins the eQuilibrium team as drawing developer. Lukas Ballo joins the eQUILBIRUM team as drawing developer. Results obtained with eQ presented at the SMG International Seminar 2011 in London, UK.
The International Terminal Waterloo is a multi-faceted transport interchange that was designed to facilitate the journeys of 15 million international rail passengers per year.
first image 'Corian® super-surfaces' feature wall by amanda levete architects image courtesy DuPont™ Corian® 'Corian® super-surfaces' is the name of the exhibition that DuPont™ Corian® and amanda levete architects (ALA) will create for the upcoming milan design week in april 2009. what will be displayed is the lounge environment re-defined: a conceptual interpretation of the lounge as a dynamic space of transition between neutral and active states, 'Corian® super-surfaces' is a frozen moment within a dynamic sequence of transformations which morph DuPont™ Corian® solid surfaces into a fluid and elastic collection of integrated kitchen, bathroom and flooring concepts highlighted by a feature wall conceived by ALA and materialised with DuPont™ Corian®.
Slideshow: architects BIG have won a competition to renovate and extend an art centre in Utah with proposals that will be built from railway sleepers reclaimed from the Great Salt Lake.
This thesis posits that our conventional understanding of domesticity is in direct relation to a cultural assumption about property ownership – permanence, prosperity, growth – and, in turn, claims that this relationship is currently in a state of crisis (we move now more than ever and foreclosure rates are through the roof).
A Change of State
biothing Alisa Andrasek + Jose Sanchez_ principal designers design team: Elizabeth Leidy – Alicia Nahmad – Denis Vlieghe – Rajat Sodhi Competition Entry 2010 – Phase 1 – 80,000 sq meters + 20,000 sq meters open air public space Sonar phosphorescence: A new version of iconic resonating within the current cultures.
The Reticulars Series: surface accessories
Biothing Alisa Andrasek_ principal designer Architecture / Computation: Jose Sanchez – Jose Cadilhe Design Team: Kathleen O’Donnell – Vincenzo D’Auria – Bridget Munro Competition Entry 2012 – Phase 1 – 6033 sq meters
NEX Architecture: Times Eureka Pavilion 16May11 Michal Piasecki recently worked for NEX Architecture on Times Eureka Pavilion.