Video: Health Centre and Houses for Elderly People by IPOSTUDIO Architects

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As part of the Health Centre and Houses for Elderly People project by IPOSTUDIO Architects, Duosegno Visual Design shared with us this video they created which captures the features of the design and how it carefully integrates into the site. Through merging the new presence with the existent through the functional reuse and integration of the existing rural buildings to the new structures, the result is the emergence of a single façade towards the valley and its bending profile which simulates the soil contour lines.

Courtesy of LAMP Lighting Company
Courtesy of LAMP Lighting Company

Lamp Lighting Solutions Awards Competition

The Lamp Lighting Solutions Awards competition is calling participants who value the creativity, innovation and sustainability of lighting projects, regardless of the manufacturer or the brand of lights used in the project. Light is a fundamental element of life and…

museum entrance
museum entrance

DOSA Archaeological Museum Proposal / ferrarifrongia Architects

Designed by ferrarifrongia Architects…, the main aim of the proposal for the DOSA archaeological museum is to protect the landscape through the aesthetic and functional enhancement of the existing heritage. The project is conceived as a sign in the

Courtesy of Perry Chapman Prize Competition and SCUP
Courtesy of Perry Chapman Prize Competition and SCUP

Perry Chapman Prize Competition

The Hideo Sasaki Foundation, in collaboration with the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP), recently announced the inaugural Perry Chapman Prize. The prize honors the intellectual contributions of M. Perry Chapman by awarding an individual $10,000 to pursue a…

Summer house on pillars / munkacsoport.net

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Architects: munkacsoport.net
Location: Balatonakarattya, Balatonkenese,
Structural Engineering: Akos Medek, Aniko Kilian
Architects: Tamas Bulcsu, Eva Fortvingler
Project Year: 2009
Photographs: Tamas Bujnovszky

Express Rail Link West Kowloon Terminus / Andrew Bromberg

access to the station from the civic plaza

The high-speed rail terminus station will connect to various major cities in the Mainland with the largest rail network in our history. Located centrally in within the city’s urban realm and equipped with fifteen tracks, the facility will probably be the largest below ground terminus station in the world.

Designed by Andrew Bromberg of Aedas, in collaboration with Aecom, the West Kowloon Terminus will function more like an international airport than a rail station; this means that the facility needs to have both custom and immigration controls for departing and arriving passengers.. More images and architects’ description after the break.

House “Lago en el Cielo” / David Ramirez

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Architects: David Ramirez Arquitectos
Location: , Antioquia,
Architect In Charge: David Ramirez
Design Team: David Ramirez
Project Year: 2009
Project Area: 352.0 sqm
Photographs: Camilo Duque

Cleveland Design Competition: Transforming the Bridge

Transforming the Bridge © 2012 Design Competition
This year the Cleveland Design Competition is calling for a re-imagining of the Detroit Superior Bridge – a 19th century bridge rich with history and value to Cleveland’s downtown area and industrial zones.  Professional, students, firms and designers are all invited to propose a dynamic public space, performance venue and pedestrian experience along the abandoned lower streetcar level of the bridge.  Registration for this competition closes on September 24th.  The competition deadline is October 5th.  This is an awarded competition for first, second and third prize winners.  A free public reception and exhibition will takes place on October 26th to announce the winners.   To register, visit the official competition website.
For a brief on the competition, join us after the break.

MA2′s Proposal for Buenos Aires Contemporary Art Museum

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The [AC-CA]’s recent call for proposals for a new Contemporary Art Museum in the heart of Buenos Aires has been seductively synthesized by Houston architect Michael Arellanes II, principal and founder of M A 2 Architectural Design. The nature of the competition called for a building that reflects contemporary design tendencies, whilst simultaneously attending to the specific functions that are required of art museums and considering the impact upon the local milieu. Located within the Puerto Madero district, the museum will occupy a substantial plot of land along the riverbank of the Río de la Plata. While there are no plans for the Contemporary Art Museum to be built, the goal to generate progressive modern design ideas and dialogue surely succeeds with submissions of MA2’s caliber. More details and Arellanes’s description after the break.

Rooms and Sports Facilities in a Park / GANA Arquitectura

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Architects: GANA Arquitectura
Location: Vélez-Málaga,
Design Team: Antonio Galisteo, Álvaro Fernández Navarro
Project Year: 2011
Project Area: 1,897.61 sqm
Photographs: Jesús Granada

Courtesy of 1X2STUDIO
Courtesy of 1X2STUDIO

‘Rasadnik’ Residential Housing / 1X2STUDIO

With the challenge to design multi-family housing units in a traditional structure of a single family house, 1X2STUDIO… chose to plant houses on the lot to preserve relations and the character of the chopped structure of Lazarevac. The whole intention

Dongjiang Harbor Master Plan / HAO + Archiland

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The Dongjiang Master Plan proposal by HAO (Holm Architecture Office) + Archiland Beijing includes 280,000 square meters of residential development, with 40,000 square meters of mixed-use office, retail, and public space. The design evolves around the prime beach location with a central pedestrian boardwalk that services both the low and midrise residential housing blocks. The central boardwalk runs parallel to the beach, creating views of the water while taking the visitor through areas of gardens and retail within the new development. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Courtesy of Ziya Imren, Barış Ekmekçi, and Münire Sagat
Courtesy of Ziya Imren, Barış Ekmekçi, and Münire Sagat

Gallipoli Agadere Memorial & Hospital Museum Proposal / Ziya Imren, Barış Ekmekçi, Münire Sagat

Ziya Imren, Barış Ekmekçi, and Münire Sagat… shared with us their second prize winning proposal for the Gallipoli Agadere Memorial & Hospital Museum. One of the main ideas of the project is the purpose of bringing a modern

© Pieter Kers
© Pieter Kers

Genk C-M!ne Square / Hosper

Architects: Hosper
Location: Genk, Belgium
Design Team: Hanneke Kijne, Petrouschka Thumann, Han Konings, Remco Rolvink, Ronald Bron, Hilke Floris
Project Year: 2012
Project Area: 0.5 Ha
Photographs: Pieter Kers, Hosper…

Kennedy Town Swimming Pool / TFP Farrells

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Architects: TFP Farrells
Location: Kennedy Town Praya, Sai Wan,
Photographs: , Marcel Lam

Courtesy of Doug Patt
Courtesy of Doug Patt

How to Architect | The Book

Doug Patt…, an architect and the author of the book, ‘How to Architect’, teaches about architecture through the use of videos, drawings, books, stories etc. He shared with us his book and a video about being and becoming an

23 Semi-collective Housing Units / Lacaton & Vassal

© Philippe Ruault

Architects: Lacaton & Vassal
Location: Trignac,
Project Year: 2010
Photographs: Philippe Ruault

Volume #31: Guilty Landscapes

Guilt has been effectively used to control and manipulate the masses. But it can also be the start of a change for the better: awareness, concern, action. Engagement and guilt are never far apart. Engagement is sublimated guilt. We can build on guilt, but can we build with guilt? Is guilt a material to design with?

Guilty Landscapes is the theme for the latest issue of Volume Magazine, a joint effort between AMO, C-LAB and Archis.

Full index and more info after the break