Plinthos / mab architecture

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Greek architects, mab architecture, have shared with us their interactive, multi sensory pavilion, Plinthos. Additional images, multiple videos and a description of this visually striking project after the break.
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Nassiriyah Truck Stop / New World Design LLC

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New World Design LLC,a consortium of Harvard trained design professionals, have shared with ArchDaily one of their recent Iraqi humanitarian aid and infrastructure development projects, a truck stop at , . Additional images and a narrative from the architects after the break.
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Cultural and Spiritual Russian Orthodox Center in Paris / DATA Architectes

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Data Architectes has submitted their project, a proposal for the Cultural and Spiritual Russian Orthodox Center in . Additional images and a short description from the architect after the break.
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Astrium Nature Select Shop / Popular Architecture

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Popular Architecture has shared with us their competition entry for the proposed Astrium Nature Select Shop in , Taiwan. While the Brooklyn based firm’s proposal did not win, the design provides an interesting aesthetic and retail solution. More images and a brief description after the jump.
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Stay Down Champion, Stay Down / SPORTS

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The Los Angeles design collaborative, SPORTS, has sent us their most recent project, a gallery installation in , . A description of the project and additional images are after the break.
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Kissing Booth / Shane Neufeld and Kevin Kunstadt

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Shane Neufeld and Kevin Kunstadt have worked together to create Kissing Booth, a progressive warming hut for the Assiniboine River and . Follow after the break for additional rendering, diagrams and a quick description from the designer.
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2010 Zombie Apocalypse Safe House Competition

2010 Zombie Safe House Competition

Few design competitions ever focus on truly traumatic life experiences, the kind of situations that force men, women and children into their primal survival tendencies. Luckily, in 2010 this gaping hole in architectural design was finally addressed. The 2010 Zombie Apocalypse Safe House Competition posed the task to designers to find solutions to the the very real threat of having to defend yourself against hoards of brain hungry as the end of mankind grows near. Follow after the jump to read about this lighthearted design competition, the entries and their presentation boards.
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Spread the Ashes of the Colors / Megan Geckler

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A current installation at the Wexner Center for the Arts “Six Solos” show, Megan Geckler‘s “Spread the Ashes of the Colors” has been a resounding hit and we are happy to share it with our readers. A time lapse video of the installation, additional photos, press quotes an the artist statement all after the break.
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London Vibe Cuboid / Ahmed Zayed

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Egyptian architect, Ahmed Zayed has shared his design proposal for the 2012 Olympic Games, a interactive installation along one of the iconic structures of . Additional images and a brief description after the break.
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Artist’s Colony Market / Atelier Architects

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based studio Atelier Architects recently received a special mention for their Artist’s Colony Market design in a “market of the future” competition organized by Spanish architectural network Opengap. Details of the competition can be seen HERE and additional images and a description of Atelier Architects proposal can be found after the break.
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Legacy of the River Suite / Ian Douglas-Jones + Ben Rousseau

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The partnership of Ian Douglas-Jones and Ben Rousseau has created the Legacy of the River Suite at this years Ice Hotel to commemorate the release of Disney’s new film, TRON: Legacy. You can follow the progress of the suite at the project’s website, Extreme-Design, as well as reading on after the break for additional photos and a brief description.
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MOLO / Martin Lepej and Michal Riabic

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and Michal Riabic has recently completed a cultural pavilion in Martin, . They arrived at their sculptural form using the parametric modeling software, Grasshopper, along with a few curves and set parameters as static input. Follow after the break for a extensive gallery of the final product and design imagery.

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cleve[r]land / Influx_Studio

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based INFLUX_STUDIO has shared with ArchDaily their design proposal for the “Connecting Cleveland” urban strategy, a multimodal center built into the infrastructure fabric of the city’s lakefront. Additional images of their strategy and a outline of their conceptualization after the break. (more…)

Digital Origami / LAVA

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LAVA has shared with us their current window installation, Digital Origami a product of parametric modeling experiments and digital fabrication methods. Additional images of this sculptural work, a brief video and a description from LAVA after the break.
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The Floating States of Maldives / FLaT

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The design think tank FLaT has shared with us their submission for the 2010 eVolo Skyscraper Competition, The Floating States of . This hypothetical project was undertaken with the aspiration of what can be without constraints, as an experiment of imagination. Continue after the break for additional images and an architects description.
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Bubble Skyscraper / M&A Architects

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M&A Architects has shared with us their Bubble Skyscraper, a study on new typologies for futuristic architecture by the young international studio. A description of the process that lead them to the bubble solution and additional images after the break.

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Solar Park South / Jaramillo-Azuero Arquitectos

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In their entry for the Solar Park South Competition, the Colombian design team, Jaramillo-Azuero Arquitectos proposed education as the means of sustainability for the future and the result of their submission was being awarded third place in the international competition. Additional images of Jaramillo-Azuero Arquitectos submission and their project concept after the break.
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United North America / Holm Architecture Office

- Canada border, Jens Holm, (HAO) in collaboration with Harold Gainer, Neurolapse.

New York based Holm Architecture Office (HAO) has shared with us their vision for a shared North American electricity network, UNA. Diagrams, renderings and an extensive architects description of this ambitious proposal after the break.
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