Murs. Toits/Plafonds. Sols. Ponts & tunnels. Garde-corps. Inspi lumière naturelle. Patrimoine. Industriel. Intérieur. Commerciale. Galeries Lafayette, Centre Bourse, trois voilettes lumineuses à Marseille. Lumière, matériel et immatériel dans l'art et l'architecture. INOUT House / Joan Puigcorbé (634205) Tomihiro Art Museum / aat + makoto yokomizo (632043) Newlands12 (29329) House on a Dune / Oppenheim Architecture + Design. Architects: Oppenheim Architecture + Design Location: The Bahamas Area: 3000.0 ft2 Year: 2015 Photographs: Karen Fuchs From the architect.
Architect Chad Oppenheim, who has designed homes for the likes of movie director Michael Bay and projects for Pharrell, recently completed what he calls “House on a Dune,” a minimalistic, elegant and comfortable beach house that blends into its breathtaking surroundings in Harbour Island, Bahamas. The spectacular 3,000-square-foot waterfront private residence was designed to reconnect its inhabitants with nature, encouraging a greater consciousness of the elements and their manifestations.
In a time when architecture has become fixated with computer generated forms and over-the-top modern design, House on a Dune is elegant in its simplicity – designed to heighten ones experience of the beautiful island nature that surrounds the home and made to inspire and maximize pleasurable moments. Centro Cultural Les Quinconces / Babin+Renaud.
Arquitetos: Babin+Renaud Localização: Le Mans, França Área: 28198.0 m² Ano Do Projeto: 2014 Fotografias: Cécile Septet Arquiteto Associado: Oab Pesquisa Técnica Hidráulica E Estrutural: Grontmij Sechaud Bossuyt Pesquisa Técnica Paredes: Vs-A Orçamentos: Tohier Acústica: Ase International Palco: Daniel Darbois Oficina De Palco: Pascal Payeur Arquiteto Paisagista: Michel Desvigne Luminotécnico: Light Cibles Organização Multiplex E Vozes: Ora Ïto Cliente: Le Mans Custo: €75.40 m Do arquiteto.
Muito esperado pelos cidadãos, o complexo cultural "Les Quinconces", projetado por Éric Babin e Jean-François Renaud ocupou um lugar importante na vida cultural e social de Le Mans desde sua abertura. Ergue-se como uma interface entra as árvores da "Esplanade des Quinconces" que é o lugar da cidade destinado aos grandes eventos e a "Place des Jacobins" que recebe três vezes por semana um mercado ao ar livre. Um condensador social e urbano Versátil e Modulável. Canadian-Firefighters-Memorial-by-PLANT-Architect-07. City_Garden_Zug-Planetage-06-Guido-Baselgia.
Light Matters: Creating Walls of Light. Modernism induced a shift in lighting away from luminaires and towards invisible light sources that render spaces in a purer (forgive the pun) light.
For the first time, lit walls were used to define rooms and to structure architecture. Today I’d like to explore early prototypes – including Philip Johnson’s Brick House and the Seagram Building – and discuss how their lighting techniques continue to influence architecture today. When Philip Johnson remodeled the windowless bedroom in his Brick Guest House, he installed a series of plaster vaults from the ceiling, which he then emphasized with lighting. In collaboration with the American lighting specialist Richard Kelly he developed the idea of creating a glow of light that washes the walls. Illumination: Palace of International Forums / pfarré lighting design. The Palace of International Forums is a centrally located venue in the cityscape of Tashkent , Uzbekistan for hosting official state receptions, conferences and concerts.
With the request from the client for an atmosphere of festive glamour, pfarré lighting design created the illumination of interior spaces to encompass a total of 40,000 m2. They augmented the work of the interior designers by designing many lights, light systems, light objects and crystal chandeliers manufactured specifically for the project. More images and their description after the break. Another part of the commission was to come up with a design for the appearance of the Palace exterior as a whole during the evening and nighttime hours. A focal lighting element in the main foyer is a 21 meter long and 5 meter high crystal chandelier weighing approx. 15,000 kilograms. Forty-three meters high and 50 meters across, the 1,850-seat concert hall affords visitors an impressive spatial experience. Illumination: Small Olympic Hall / pfarré lighting design.
With a capacity of 3600 places, and an alternative to its ‘grand sister’, the small olympic hall, is embedded carefully in the protected Olympic Park ensemble as it almost disappears.
With pfarré lighting design working closely with the architects, the attic has been detailed to house a linear, dimmable lighting system. The huge notch, cut into the hill, which covers the building, was underlined with light on both sides. More images and their description after the break. Thanks to the light surface materials, the lighting atmosphere is very pleasant, inviting, and glare-reduced. Like a “plaza”, the outdoor space can be used for all kind of events; the lighting intensity can be adjusted. The sober, minimalistic interior design is based on just two materials.