Photography by Eduardo Macarios Studio Boscardin.Corsi Arquitetura have transformed what was once a small service door, which was unusable by the restaurant next door, and created ‘the coffee’, a small hole-in-the-wall takeaway coffee shop in Brazil. The minimal black design with vertical slats stands apart from the other stores and restaurants on the street. At […]
Photography by Alex Delaunay As part of the interior design of an apartment in Paris, SABO Project used minimalist wood pegboard walls in the living room and master bedroom to create shelving for flexible displays and storage. Photography by Alex Delaunay Each wall has a simple grid where wooden pegs can be moved […]
The building uses silent language to reflect its own vibe. Designing of a medical facility, is mostly dominated by its complex functions, thus is easy to neglect the “in-between” relationship of people & building, environment & building. In the process of creating this IVF center, we ponder the possible elements which connects the “in-between”, to transform into the spatial language and to further reflect it.
1. Development background
Through the Songjiang District Technology and Innovation Corridor, Songjiang condenses industrial demand, enhances regional functions, accelerates the upgrading and transformation of the industry, and fully drives the transformation of ‘Songjiang Manufacturing’ to ‘Songjiang Creation’. At the same time, Shanghai Electric Group, Songjiang City Investment, and the Premier Group joined forces to innovate and take the opportunity to create renaissance of the Songjiang city.
When visiting this understated manufacturing loft for the first time, we were captivated by the intrinsic elements of raw masonry walls, the distressed timber structure and the abundance of natural light. Its immediate connection with the urban context captures the noise of city traffic, the views of elevated trains and the Chicago’s most iconic architecture. To us, these spatial nuances needed to be emphasized and brought forth for all users of our client’s new law firm.
WOHA’s Kampung Admiralty Singapore in Singapore has been named the 2018 World Building of the Year at the World Architecture Festival, concluding this year’s three-day event in Amsterdam. The building, which combines dedicated senior-housing facilities with a broad mixed-use program and a lush green roof, was selected from a strikingly broad shortlist that included works from offices such as Sanjay Puri Architects, Koffi & Diabate Architectes, Heatherwick Studio, Spheron Architects, and INNOCAD.
Located directly south of Omaha’s downtown within a historically noted neighborhood is a private residence. This pushed the design not to be seen as contemporaneous with the surrounding historical buildings, but rather distinguish itself as a new prototype for residential construction in the neighborhood.
Billion-pound projects are perverting architecture warns David Adjaye, who says architects should be champions for the cities they build projects in. In a keynote speech at the World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam yesterday, Adjaye said that architecture should be the “arbiter of ideas”, yet many of today’s projects are driven by “elitism that is to do
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The new Academic Building on Western University’s main campus will be the home for the Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing (JLFSN) and Faculty of Information and Media Studies (FIMS). Located on a significant site at the entrance to an area of the campus that is under major redevelopment, the Academic Building responds to the importance of a strong international presence in learning and research-intensive universities. In pursuit of this, JLFSN and FIMS will make available a range of environments; flexible instructional spaces, action learning labs, clinical training and computer laboratories, media studies studios, library science facilities, faculty/staff offices, research spaces, and student spaces.