Five great healthcare projects published early 2011 for our 9th selection! Waldron Health Centre was designed by Henley Halebrown Rorrison in London and was completed in 2010. The Moerkerke Medicare And Neighborhood Facility by Krill Architecture answers the following question: How to implement a necessary, but impopular program in a run down neighbourhood? You can’t miss the beautiful Fonderie, designed by Atelier Zündel & Cristea in France. And to finish this one, we have two dental clinics: Smile Designer Dental Office Interiors by Antonio Sofan and Dental INN by Stasek.
We now know Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei’s design for the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2012. While we waited for it, we decided to prepare a small Round Up with our previous coverage on the famous London’s Hyde Park pavilion. This includes the designs of Peter Zumthor, Jean Nouvel, and SANAA. To complete the Round Up, we have our post announcing the upcoming pavilion, and the special infographic we prepared earlier this year.
We have five great industrial projects from early-2011 for today’s Round Up. Like the Breathing Factory in Osaka, Japan. Or Gonzalez Goodale Architect’s Pasadena Water and Power. The Krauss Maffeir operating facilitie was built inside an industrial building that could not be structurally touched. What about the New Pumping Station in Stockholm, designed by UD Urban Design AB? Finally, the Miranda Winery in Oxley, Australia.
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The photo above was taken by Klaas5 in Zwolle, The Netherlands. Check the other four after the break.
There was a time back in 2009, where we published amazing housing projects that you probably haven’t seen. Like the Spikvoorde II designed by René van Zuuk Architekten. What about the Villa Beli Kriz by SADAR + VUGA in Slovenia? ECDM also shared with us the Louis Blanc Social Housing in Paris, and JVR Arhitektuuribüroo shared theirs housing project in Estonia. Last, the beautiful Sugar Cube, designed by KPMB in Denver, USA.
We have some great photos from USA and Europe for today’s Flickr Round Up. Remember you can submit your own photo here, and don’t forget to follow us through Twitter and our Facebook Fan Page to find many more features.
Have some free time to spare? Maybe you can go to the Aura Spa at the Park Hotel in India designed by Khosla Associates. The weather is improving, so maybe you’ll enjoy the McDowell Mountain Ranch Park & Aquatic Center. Feeling luck? Black Bear Casino Resort is waiting for you in Minnesota. Let’s go to Paris for a second to see Olgga Architect’s Recreational Center. Still tired? Then let’s finish with the Wellness and Spa Lone, designed by Studio 92 in Croatia.
We’ve finally passed the 75,000 photos in our Flickr pool! Keep sending them, so we can celebrate the 100,000 milestone. Remember you can submit your own photo here, and don’t forget to follow us through Twitter and our Facebook Fan Page to find many more features.
It doesn’t matter if it’s a small hair salon, or a huge mall, every retail project needs to have own goal: draw the attention of the customer. Do you think these ones achieved that? Check out the Hairstyle Interface in Austria, or this mall in Tajonar, Spain. What about this 550 sqm store designed by Leong Leong Architecture, or Zagrad Center designed by Randić & Turato. Finally, this mixed use project with the lower part of the building being a department store, designed by SAKO Architects in China.
Looking for a nice place to go and have dinner tonight? Here’s some inspiration from project published in 2010. Like the Floating Dinning Room, which floats on over 1,700 recycled plastic bottles. Maybe you like something like the Rockwall Bar & Grill, desgined by Dock4 Architecture in Tasmania. Or Donovan Hill’s tapas bar: Ortiga. Want some pizza? Check out this one in London, by Michaelis Boyd. Looking for something different in L.A.? Try Earl’s Gourmet Grub. Not hungry yet?
Our three-day Round Up Easter Special comes to an end with this selection of previously featured churches and chapels in Latin America. We have beautiful projects from Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Peru and Chile! Like La Estancia Chapel, a 117 sqm project designed by Bunker Arquitectura. We stay outside for the Veneza Farm Chapel, designed by Decio Tozzi in Brazil. Supersudaka designed the Church(ita) a small church in Chile with a small budget. If you want something bigger, maybe you’ll enjoy Daniel Bonilla Arquitectos chapel in Colombia, or De la Piedra Chapel, designed by Nomena Arquitectos + Ximena Alvarez.
We continue our Round Up special of churches (and chapels). Today, we’ll show you previously featured projects we published in 2009 in Europe. The Chapel in Villaceron was designed by S.M.A.O. in Spain. KHR designed The Church of the Holy Cross, a 800 sqm church in Denmark. It’s hard to go to Rome and not being able to find a church, so perhaps you’ve ran into Richard Meier’s Church of 2000. You can’t miss the beautiful New Church in Foligno, designed by Doriana e Massimiliano Fuksas. Finally, check the cross in the ceiling of the Farewell Chapel, by OFIS Arhitekti. Churches from Latin America tomorrow!
Easter is here, and during this special time of the year, we decided to prepare a 3-day Round Up special. Today we’ll have churches (and chapels) from USA; tomorrow from Europe; Sunday from Latin America. We hope you enjoy them!
Main image belongs to SOM’s Cathedral of Christ the Light in California. We also have The Prayer Chapel, designed by debartolo architects and if you’re looking for something more unconventional, you can’t miss Trahan Architect’s Holy Rosary Church Complex in Louisiana. We also have a winner of our Building of the Year 2010 Awards: the Tampa Covenant Church. Finally, we had to include one of our AD Classics: USAFA Cadet Chapel in Colorado.
In case you haven’t noticed, we are celebrating Mies van der Rohe’s 126th Birthday. You can’t miss our infographic on one of the most famous architects that ever lived. And of course, you can’t miss some of our AD Classics on Mies projects. Like the Farnsworth House, built between 1945 and 1951. Or the Neue National Gallery in Berlin. One of the most popular project he designed was the Barcelona Pavilion, designed for the World’s Expo of 1929. We couldn’t leave out two skyscrapers that redefined modern high-rise construction: 860-880 Lake Shore Drive and Seagram Building.
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If you could choose one hotel to stay from the many we have featured in the past few years, which one would it be? Tough choice isn’t it? Maybe you would choose the magnificient Marina Bay Sands, designed by Safdie Architects in Singapore. Or maybe you want something smaller, like the Vivanta Hotel in Bangalore, India. Perhaps something even smaller: the Caldor Hotel in Austria. If you want something more familiar, let’s go with the Katowice Hilton, in Poland. Now, if you want something more private in a spectacular beach, you’ll definitely stay at the Makenna Resort in Brazil. Any favorite?
We have some great public facilities projects published back in 2009. Here’s five you can’t miss: A community center in the island of Tenerife, Spain or Produkcija 004′s emergency terminal of a hospital in Zagreb. Don’t miss the Macarthur Gardens Education & Display Centre in Australia, nor this pavilion at Aventura Park in Portugal. Last, a great lanscape project in Barcelona.