Architects: Simpraxis Architects
Location: Nicosia, Cyprus
Architect In Charge: Marios Christodoulides, Christos Christodoulou
Design Team: Christos Pasadakis, Maria Karydou
Construction: Takis Christoforou
Structural Engineer: Platonas Stylianou
Mechanical Engineer: Kikis Hadjifrangiskou
Lighting Consultant: Dakis Sevastides
Area: 300 sqm
Photographs: Courtesy of Simpraxis Architects
Architects: Héctor Jala & Mònica Moreno
Location: La Fatarella, Terra Alta, Tarragona, Spain
Technical Architects: Neus Sanmartin, Montse Sanmartin
Structure: Alicia Jerez + Jorge Martín Ortega
Installations: Anna Bernadet, Mònica Moreno
Constructor: Construccions Jaén
Promotor: Departamento de Educación de la Generalitat de Cataluña
Budget: € 1,309,252
Area: 1,050 sqm
Photography: Marcus Heilemann
Research plays an integral role in the evolution of architecture. To celebrate it’s importance and acknowledge outstanding research currently happening within the field of architecture throughout the UK, The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the winners of…
Architects: Fernández del Castillo Arquitectos
Location: Cáceres, Spain
Architect In Charge: Horacio Fernández del Castillo
Design Team: David García-Asenjo, Vanesa Antigüedad, Diana Molina, Andrés García, Gianni Travaglione, Elena Tamaro, Patricia Andrés, Sabrina Marrancone
Constructor: Construcciones Abreu S.A.
Client: Junta de Extremadura
Area: 6,000 sqm
Photography: Jesús Granada
German-American architect Helmut Jahn of Murphy/Jahn Architects has been announced as this year’s recipient of Chicago’s AIA Lifetime Achievement Award. Following his arrival to the U.S. more than 40 years ago, the Chicago-based architect has been lauded by some of the industry’s best for continuously breaking new ground with his postmodern steel-and-glass structures. Some of his most notable works include the SONY Center in Berlin and the University of Chicago Campus.
The film above, shared with us by our friends at Black Spectacles, captures the essence of Helmut Jahn’s work through images, videos and peer interviews with Jeanne Gang, FAIA, John Ronan, AIA, Ron Krueck, AIA, Werner Sobek and Franz Schulze.
The news of this award was followed by Jahn’s announcement that he will be changing the name of his firm to “Jahn”. Browse through some of Jahn’s most recent works, here on ArchDaily.
After months of following the David Wright House‘s brushes with demolition, we’re happy to report that an anonymous, preservation-friendly buyer has bought the house.
According to Real Estate Agent Robert Joffe, who represented the sellers (the developers who wished to split the Frank Lloyd Wright house down the middle), the new owner intends to preserve and restore the home. It sold for its asking price of $2.38 million dollars.
The Pheonix City Council was slated to vote on the house’s landmark designation tomorrow; however, the vote will probably be delayed in light of the sale. As Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio shared with The Pheonix Business Journal, “The next steps are for me and the Mayor to sit down and get some direction from the purchaser in regards to a long-term vision for the property.”
Which is no bad thing – in Pheonix, landmark designation only saves a building for three years. Assuming that the buyer is indeed preservation-minded, the house will be saved for generations to come: the best outcome we could have hoped for for this unusual Wright gem.
Architects: AS/D Asociacion de Diseño
Location: Huixquilucan, México
Architect In Charge: Fernando Velasco, Paola Morales
Design Team: Santiago García de Letona, Fernando Polidura, Natalia Gomez, Piergianna Mazzocca
Structure: Cesar Pérez Carbajal
Plot Area: 1,600 sqm
Area: 338 sqm
Photographs: Rafael Gamo
Everyone that has seen an Aronofsky film can recognize there is something beyond “special” in his work. This is not the exception, and specifically for us in terms of space, the movie travels from the past to the future, and back to the present utilising amazing contrasts for the three realities. These realities could mean a theocentric, scientific and anthropocentric views of the world. In any case, the director generates amazing transitions and spatial effects to represent those ideas.
Nothing more to say, enjoy of a great movie and let us know your comments and ideas about it!
Co-organized, in cooperation with the Architectural League, by Christopher Marcinkoski and Javier Arpa, The City That Never Was symposium is a day-long event that uses the current crisis in Spain as a lens to reconsider patterns of urbanization and development…
Architects: Lucio Morini + GGMPU Arquitectos
Location: Córdoba, Argentina
Architect In Charge: Guillermo Pozzobón
Collaborators: Julia Garayoa, Adrián Castagno, Verónica Gordillo, Diego Andres Gómez, Mariana Pelliza, Guadalupe Daher, Cecilia Villareal, Luciana Antonucci, Agustín Elies, Gonzalo Manzanares
Client: Government of the Province – Córdoba
Area: 24,781.60 sqm
Photographs: Claudio Manzoni, Leonardo Finotti, Courtesy of Lucio Morini + GGMPU Arquitectos
Designed by 109 Architectes…, their proposal in the Zaarour Club Competition, which won the second prize, takes advantage of the natural setting while creating a distinctive yet unobtrusive project identity. Consequently, the primary challenge with the Zaarour Resort is
Not long ago the library was thought of as a huge archive, a storage of human knowledge. Now, all human knowledge is just information that after being digitalized can fit into the pocket. Therefore, FORMA… aims toward the accessibility of