Projects, Utopian Green

Tulum art gallery was created by Peggy Guggenheim

Much like the Guggenheim Museums around the world, a new art gallery founded by the great-grandson of Peggy Guggenheim is a true architectural showstopper. Santiago Rumney Guggenheim commissioned designer Jorge Eduardo Neira Sterkel to create IK LAB, a stunning arts gallery that opened late last month in Tulum, Mexico. Topped with a curved timber canopy, the nature-inspired space […]

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Museum, Projects

The Waterdog / Klaarchitectuur

There would appear to be an inherent blasphemy in approaching God. Just think of the tower of Babel. To be honest, Babel was not just about man’s place, or miscommunication among humans as a measure of their distance from God. It also masterfully pitted architecture against the divine, defining, through this, certain initial terms of religious architecture. Since then, […]

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Green manifest, Projects

Tokyo’s Nikunotoriko Restaurant is an Artistic Masterpiece

Dining is a multisensory experience at Nikunotoriko restaurant in the stylish Roppongi district of Tokyo. Envisioned by Japanese architect Ryoji Iedokoro, the establishment serves yakiniku (grilled meat) cuisine in two distinct, mind-blowing spaces designed to reconnect patrons with nature and their primordial origins. The cave-like setting on the first floor revolves around a long smoked-glass table, with a […]

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Architecture, Museum, Projects

Brick facade for Shanghai arts centre by Bricklaying

Chinese studio Archi-Union Architects programmed robots to construct the undulating brick facade of this art gallery in Shanghai’s West Bund district. The building is located on a site adjacent to the West Bund Art Centre, where old industrial buildings converted into galleries and events spaces exist alongside new cultural facilities.  

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Museum, Projects

“A Roman State of Landscape”

A ROMAN STATE OF LANDSCAPE Exhibition and talk curated by Mariabruna Fabrizi and Fosco Lucarelli (Socks-Studio / Microcities) Introduction by Gabriele Mastrigli.  Opening: Thursday 23rd of June 2016 – 6.00 p.m. Round Table and Talk: Thursday 23rd of June 2016 – 6.30 p.m. at Campo (www.campo.space), Via della Marrana, 94 – 00181, Rome With projects […]

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Architecture, Design, Projects

Illustrating through Parallel Lines by Owen D. Pomery

Owen D. Pomery has an  educational and professional background in architecture and nowadays he works in pen and ink as a professional illustrator for architectural projects. Paralelly, he also makes editorial illustrations and narrative works. Some interesting sketches synthesize built forms through simple textures created with parallel lines and different spacing, others are inspired by the graphic […]

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Architecture, Museum, Projects, Utopian city, Utopian Green

Hedge Building Rostock

The pavilion is the official Dutch entry for the International Garden Exhibition IGA 2003 held in Rostock, Germany. Two German architects Andre Kempe and Oliver Thill have designed the pavilion. Both have been running a design office, Atelier Kempe Thill, for some years in Rotterdam. For the architects the commission was very interesting on a […]

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Architecture, House, Materials, Projects

12-249 Laurentians Home

Quebec is known worldwide for its picturesque landscapes and natural beauty – and along the horizon a new technology is disrupting how North Americans are building their homes. At the forefront of high-performance custom homes lies BONE Structure®, a company devoted to designing and building energy efficient steel structure homes.   Situated two hours northwest […]

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Architecture, Projects

Pablo Horváth – Educational College, Chur 2010

From the architect. The Grisons College of Education build in 1981 to 1994 was extended by annex building including a library and two lecture halls. The formative characteristic of the building ensemble is concrete a structures in combination with roughly-cut formwork. The same basic principle were followed by the design for the new annex building, […]

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