MVRDV Unveils Pixelated Mixed-Use Community Around BIG-Designed Plaza in Abu Dhabi. Conoce a los proyectos seleccionados de la convocatoria abierta Juguetes Urbanos en Ciudad de México. Have You Seen That New Building Along the High Line? - The New York Times. MALHA / Tavares Duayer Arquitetura. MALHA / Tavares Duayer Arquitetura Architects Location Rua General Bruce, 274, São Cristóvão, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Author Architects João Duayer, Thiago Tavares Team Fred Gomes, Diego Curcio, Nathalie Ventura, Mariana Amoedo Area 2950.0 m2 Project Year 2016 Photographs Manufacturers Leroy Merlín, Leo Madeiras From the architect.
MALHA was created to be an innovative platform for the fashion world. Nest We Grow / College of Environmental Design UC Berkeley + Kengo Kuma & Associates. Nest We Grow / College of Environmental Design UC Berkeley + Kengo Kuma & Associates Architects Location Hokkaido, Takinouegenya, Takinoue, Monbetsu District, Hokkaido Prefecture 099-5600, Japan Area 85.0 sqm Project Year 2014 Design Team Hsiu Wei Chang, Hsin- Yu Chen, Fenzheng Dong, Yan Xin Huang, Baxter Smith (Instructors: Dana Buntrock, Mark Anderson) Project supervisor Kengo Kuma & Associates, Takumi Saikawa Structural Engineer Masato Araya Mechanical Engineer Tomonari Yashiro Laboratory at the Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo / Bumpei Magori, Yu Morishita Contractor Takahashi Construction Company More SpecsLess Specs From the architect.
In response to an international design-build competition, our team proposed a quintessentially Californian approach embracing many ideas still new to Asia, from where most of us hail. We also focused on a heavy timber construction technique coming from the US, which uses large sections of wood.
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Usos mixtos. Edificios culturales. 18 Cool Examples of Architecture for Kids. 18 Cool Examples of Architecture for Kids Designing for kids is certainly not child’s play.
Whilst the design process is undertaken by adults, the end users are often children, such is the case in kindergarten, schools, and parks. Architects have a responsibility, therefore, to ensure that the built environment offers children the chance to play, explore, and learn in physical space, even in a digital age. With that in mind, here are 18 cool spaces designed especially for children – environments which may perhaps inspire the Fosters, Hadids, and Le Corbusiers of tomorrow. The Youth Wing for Art Education Entrance Courtyard / Ifat Finkelman + Deborah Warschawski Brutalist Playground / Assemble The Family Playground / HAO Design OB Kindergarten and Nursery / HIBINOSEKKEI + Youji no Shiro Play Landscape be-MINE / Carve + OMGEVING Drapers Field / Kinnear Landscape Architects Children's Bicentennial Park / ELEMENTAL Täby Torg / Polyform The Courtyard of Our Dreams / Lukas Fúster.
Architectural Drawings: 8 Circular Plans That Defy Convention. It may come as a surprise, then, that some of the most popular projects in this year’s A+Awards possessed a circular or ring-shaped layout, or a plan consisting of several circular spaces linked together in a chain.
What drew voters to these projects in spite of — or perhaps because of — their convention-busting curves? We explore the evidence below, and also look at a couple of iconic plans from yesteryear that broke the mold by going full circle. GRAN MEDITERRANEO by ARCHITECTURES DAVID TAJCHMAN, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel (concept) David Tajchman’s firm won an A+Award, capturing the popular vote in one of the unbuilt residential categories for its innovative, 21st-century reimagining of the high-rise in Tel Aviv, Israel. The project harnesses a particular advantage of circle-shaped plans: the ability to create continuous, curving façades that offer panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. Tropical Modernism: 10 Cultural Projects Enveloped by Nature. All architecture mediates context.
Whether designed to embrace or enclose, every building exists within unique cultural and environmental conditions. Specifically designed to address a range of natural elements, tropical architecture focuses on issues of ventilation, integration and climate. Made to reorganize and contrast their surroundings, these projects showcase the tension between functional structures and organic contexts. They are designs that are defined by materials and building envelopes. Exploring tropical architecture through the lens of modernism, the following collection draws together 10 cultural projects from the Architizer database.
Perez Art Museum Miami by ArquitectonicaGEO and Herzog & de Meuron, Miami, Fla, United States Reinterpreting and embracing the surrounding context, the Perez Art Museum was designed with careful attention to nature, public space and climate.