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Via Cordillera / JSª + DMG Architects

01:00 - 17 January, 2014
Via Cordillera / JSª + DMG Architects, © Rafael Gamo
© Rafael Gamo

© Rafael Gamo                          © Rafael Gamo                          © Rafael Gamo                          © Rafael Gamo                          + 16

  • Architects

  • Location

    Poniente, Residencial Las Puentes, 66460 Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
  • Design Team

    Javier Sánchez, Miguel de la Torre, Milton Duran, Sofia Villarreal, Rodrigo Márquez, Tomas Díaz
  • Engineering

    JSA
  • Client

    Desarrollos Delta
  • Area

    11075 sqm
  • Project Year

    2013
  • Photography

    Rafael Gamo, Cortesía de JSª + DMG Arquitectos

Hammock House / Javier Corvalán + Laboratorio de Arquitectura

01:00 - 20 September, 2013
Hammock House / Javier Corvalán + Laboratorio de Arquitectura, © Andrea Parisi
© Andrea Parisi

© Andrea Parisi © Andrea Parisi © Andrea Parisi © Andrea Parisi + 25

Postcode 3000 Exhibition

00:00 - 2 September, 2013
Postcode 3000 Exhibition, Courtesy of City of Melbourne
Courtesy of City of Melbourne

Once labeled 'an empty useless city center,' by architectural commentator Norman Day, the city of Melbourne's transformation since the 1980s has been dramatic. Today, Melbourne is internationally recognized as one of the world’s most liveable cities, with a vibrant, urbane downtown. Currently on show until December 21st at City Gallery in Melbourne, this exhibition examines the impact and legacy of the Postcode 3000 planning policy. Curated by Rob Adams, the exhibition looks at the genesis and typologies of this change and its ongoing impact on the form and vitality of central Melbourne. It asks the question: do we fully comprehend the impact of this latest boom? For more information, please visit here.

Harbin Twin Towers Proposal / spatial practice

01:00 - 2 September, 2013
Harbin Twin Towers Proposal / spatial practice, Courtesy of spatial practice
Courtesy of spatial practice

Designed by spatial practice, their proposal for the Harbin High Speed Railway (HSR) west train station Twin Towers. is an iconic project set to include office spaces, residential apartments, retail spaces and a hyper link to a new underground infra-structural hub. With China having the world’s longest High Speed Rail (HSR) network that connects the entire country from north to south and from east to west, the new West Train Station in Harbin will become the northern China gateway connecting to China’s major cities with daily high-speed links to Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai and Guangzhou. More images and architects' description after the break.

EXPO 2017 Finalist Proposal / Saraiva + Associados

01:00 - 1 September, 2013
EXPO 2017 Finalist Proposal / Saraiva + Associados, Courtesy of Saraiva + Associados
Courtesy of Saraiva + Associados

Designed for the Expo 2017 theme "The Energy of the Future", Saraiva + Associados' proposal was recently selected as one of the top 10 finalists in the competition. Their concept proposes an enduring landmark in Astana that integrates renewables, efficiency, clean technologies and sustainability into livable and feasible architecture where "Energy is Life". From the master plan to the individual buildings, this design embraces the idea that "Life should be built on the conservation of energy" and clearly makes a statement that energy concerns on Buildings and City Planning can be put immediately into action - and the best way to do it is by providing high quality contemporary concepts that efficiently integrates proven technology into feasible designs that can effectively make the difference today. More images and architects' description after the break.

'Coverage: Seventy-Five Years of Oculus' Exhibition

00:00 - 1 September, 2013
'Coverage: Seventy-Five Years of Oculus' Exhibition, Courtesy of AIA New York
Courtesy of AIA New York

Taking place at the Center for Architecture September 3-23, AIA New York's 'Coverage: Seventy-Five Years of Oculus' Exhibition celebrates 75 years of Oculus and the 10 years since the 2003 re-launch. The exhibition will include original issues of Oculus from the AIA New York Chapter's archives dating back to 1938, and will trace the publication's history from an AIANY newsletter to the quarterly architectural journal it is today. The opening reception takes place 6:00-8:00pm EST. For more information, please visit here,

Model Home 2013 / Michael Lin + Atelier Bow-Wow with Andrew Barrie

01:00 - 31 August, 2013
Model Home 2013 / Michael Lin + Atelier Bow-Wow with Andrew Barrie, © Nick Hayes
© Nick Hayes

Installed in Auckland Art Gallery’s Lower Grey Gallery for the 5th Auckland Triennial, the Model Home 2013 by Michael Lin and Atelier Bow-Wow, with Andrew Barrie, responds to the specific design challenge of recreating the building that was also exhibited at the Rockbound Museum in Shanghai in 2012. Originally made of welded steel frames clad in structural insulated panels, they explored the potential to translate the house into the Kiwi timber-and-plywood construction idiom. This would have reduced the cost somewhat, but not solved the dilemmas of waste and conceptual inconsistency. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Red Hill Rise Proposal / Maxwan + MS architekti

01:00 - 31 August, 2013
Red Hill Rise Proposal / Maxwan + MS architekti, Courtesy of Maxwan
Courtesy of Maxwan

The Maxwan, in collaboration with MS architektidesigned Red Hill Rise proposal is a mixed use building on top of a metro station, which includes offices and retail located along a major spine road connecting the airport and historical city center of Prague. They came up with the idea of ‘breaking-up’ the building volume and inserting landscape and public space in between. More images and architects’ description after the break.

International Financial Centre in Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye Masterplan Competition

01:00 - 30 August, 2013
International Financial Centre in Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye Masterplan Competition, Courtesy of Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye CJSC
Courtesy of Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye CJSC

Organized by Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye CJSC, part of Sberbank Russia group of companies, the two-stage open international competition for the development of the masterplan of the International Financial Centre in Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye (Moscow, Russia) launches this Monday, September 2nd. The International Financial Centre is a 460 hectare mixed-use development project located in the west of ‘New Moscow’, in the floodplain of the Moscow River, five kilometers from the Moscow Outer Ring Road. The project involves the construction of offices, housing, hotels, commercial and social infrastructure. Applicants are required to have expertise in masterplanning of projects measuring over 30 hectares in order to qualify. The deadline for submissions is October 4th. For more information, please visit here.

Eastern Promises Exhibition

00:00 - 30 August, 2013
Eastern Promises Exhibition, © Li Xiaodong Atelier Liyuan Library, Liyuan, China, 2011
© Li Xiaodong Atelier Liyuan Library, Liyuan, China, 2011

Currently on exhibit until October 6th at MAK Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art in Vienna, the Eastern Promises, Contemporary Architecture and Spatial Practices in East Asia focuses on the promise of a pioneering architecture, which is especially associated with East Asian countries. Projects from China, Japan, Taiwan and South Korea reflect local traditions and conditions as well as a critical awareness of global media technologies leading to an architectural approach that is less interested in iconic objects and spectacular forms than in a structural realignment of society in its spatial dimensions. A program of selected short films rounds off the exhibition with moments of experimental city viewing and everyday appropriation of (public) space. More information after the break.

'Show Under Skin' Riga Theatre Reconstruction Competition Entry / NRJA + IG Kurbads

01:00 - 29 August, 2013
'Show Under Skin' Riga Theatre Reconstruction Competition Entry / NRJA + IG Kurbads, Courtesy of NRJA + IG Kurbads
Courtesy of NRJA + IG Kurbads

Designed by NRJA + IG Kurbads, their ‘Show Under Skin’ proposal for the reconstruction of the new Riga Theatre corresponds to the dynamism of the creative process within the theater - minimalist, smooth finish, combined with a twisted in a motion stopped volume.The skin is a multi-functional covering structure which is connected with the historical volume, covering it and combining various features and space dimensions in a single organic volume, also matching different adjacent building heights. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Environments and Counter Environments. “Italy: The New Domestic Landscape,” MoMA 1972 Exhibition

00:00 - 29 August, 2013
Environments and Counter Environments. “Italy: The New Domestic Landscape,” MoMA 1972 Exhibition, © Superstudio, Microevent/Microenvironment, 1972. Photograph by Cristiano Toraldo di Francia, courtesy of Emilio Ambasz.
© Superstudio, Microevent/Microenvironment, 1972. Photograph by Cristiano Toraldo di Francia, courtesy of Emilio Ambasz.

The Graham Foundation recently announced their upcoming exhibition, Environments and Counter Environments. “Italy: The New Domestic Landscape,” MoMA 1972, which opens to the public on September 18th with a short talk by curators Peter Lang, Luca Molinari, and Mark Wasiuta followed by a reception. This exhibition highlights the lasting significance of MoMA’s groundbreaking 1972 exhibition, Italy: The New Domestic Landscape. Presented for the first time in the United States outside of New York, the Graham Foundation's iteration of Environments and Counter Environments highlights both the dynamic context of radical Italian design and architecture in the 1970s, as well as the innovative exhibition that first presented this work in America. The exhibition will be on view until December 14th. More information provided by The Graham Foundation after the break.

'Conflict and Convergence: Urban informality in Latin America' Symposium

00:00 - 28 August, 2013
'Conflict and Convergence: Urban informality in Latin America' Symposium, Courtesy of University of Maryland School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
Courtesy of University of Maryland School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

Presented by the University of Maryland's School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, the 'Conflict and Convergence: Urban Informality in Latin America' Symposium aims to explore how recent experiences in cities such as Medellín, Bogotá, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Caracas, among others, can serve as examples for multidisciplinary models to urban and social revitalization in other parts of the world. Taking place October 4th at 5:00pm until October 5th at 10:00am, the event will bring together participants representing a wide spectrum of disciplines and seeks to generate a conversation between professionals and academics to analyze the goals, methods, achievements and opportunities in Latin America. For more information, please visit here.

Innovative Prototyping @ Dynamic Fields – Responsive Architecture Workshop Results

01:00 - 28 August, 2013
Innovative Prototyping @ Dynamic Fields – Responsive Architecture Workshop Results, Project 86. Image © Studio F64
Project 86. Image © Studio F64

The Innovative Prototyping @ Dynamic Fields – Responsive Architecture Workshop, which took place in Bucharest, Romania July 16-29, resulted in five innovative prototypes. The workshop was benefited by the presence of Patrik Schumacher, Director of Zaha Hadid Architects, founder of AA Design Research Lab London and one of the most important figures in the world of computational design. The workshop’s purpose was the understanding of how the advancement of digital technology is helping architects respond to the complexity of the environment surrounding them. The five prototypes (Turbillon, Interactive Field, Dynamic Muqarnas, Project 86 and Wind Mapper) are to be exposed in the near future at different fairs or events. More images and information after the break.

Rio de Inverso: CityVision Competition Entry / Buro AD + Spectacle

01:00 - 27 August, 2013
Rio de Inverso: CityVision Competition Entry / Buro AD + Spectacle, grid. Image Courtesy of Buro AD + Spectacle
grid. Image Courtesy of Buro AD + Spectacle

Designed by Buro AD and SPECTACLE for this year’s CityVision Competition, their Rio de Inverso proposal critically addresses the historically cyclical attempts by urban planners to impose order post ex-facto on Rio de Janeiro's informally created, complex and spatially rich urban fabric. With the theme of the competition ‘sick and wonder (wonder and disgust),’  the architects demonstrate how the city was the arena for a continuous struggle. More images and architects’ description after the break.

'Balance Through Buoyancy' Floatastic Pavilion / QASTIC Lab

01:00 - 27 August, 2013
'Balance Through Buoyancy' Floatastic Pavilion / QASTIC Lab, Courtesy of QASTIC
Courtesy of QASTIC

Designed and constructed by QASTIC Lab, ‘Balance Through Buoyancy’ is a temporary researchpavilion called “Floatastic” which was designed and built for a private client to serve as a shade pavilion for a wedding ceremony. Situated in Edgerton Park, in New Haven Connecticut (an Olmsted planned landscape), this deployable structure aims to create a floated shelter which avoids imposing any loads to the ground, which traditional structures require. Instead, it proposes a well-fabricated balloon, which is filled with Helium to raise the imposed loads of fabric veils and any possible dynamic environmental loads toward the sky. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Request for Proposals: 2015 World Expo Pavilion

00:00 - 26 August, 2013
Request for Proposals: 2015 World Expo Pavilion, Italy's 2015 Pavilion. Image © Nemesi Studio
Italy's 2015 Pavilion. Image © Nemesi Studio

The Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs (EUR) of the Department of State requests proposals from private U.S. individuals, firms, associations and organizations for the fundraising, construction, development, organization, and management, and disassembly and removal of a USA Pavilion/exhibition at Milan Expo 2015, which is set to open with an eco-themed fair on May 1, 2015. The USA Pavilion will be situated on a 2790 square meter plot with a building footprint no more than 70% of the plot size on a site northwest of Milan, near the Massimiliano Fuksas-designed Fiera Milano convention center. Proposals are expected to include ‘a food demonstration or exhibition’ to emphasize the ‘Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life’ theme. Submissions are due no later than September 15. For more detailed information, please visit here.

Food Supermarket with Additional Services International Competition

01:00 - 26 August, 2013
Food Supermarket with Additional Services International Competition, Courtesy of Latvia Association of Architects
Courtesy of Latvia Association of Architects

The Latvia Association of Architects recently announced the launch of their international competition for the best concept of an architectural idea and architectonic solution for the object, 'Food Supermarket with Additional Services.' Construction of the food supermarket is primary foreseen in St. Petersburg or its' closest proximity. For this reason it is essential that competition participants take into consideration climate conditions of St. Petersburg while choosing relevant materials and developing technical and constructive solutions. Submissions are due no later than October 15.. For more information, please visit here.