Residence Ödberg / Project A01 Architects

© Philip Kreidl

Architects: Project A01 Architects
Location: Klosterneugurg,
Project Year: 2010
Photographs: Philip Kreidl

9/11 Retrospective / A Family Picture of the Freedom Tower

September 2001 © R. Cilento

The Twin Towers had a profound presence in my life.  I would greet them every morning, watching the sunlight dance across their facades, and, in the evening, I would search for patterns in the office lights that never seemed to fade.  As a child, I would stand at the base of the towers and crane my neck in an effort to see the very top where the towers met the sky, trying not to stumble backward onto the stone of the plaza, mesmerized by their dizzying height and stoic duality.

I was in science class in the 6th grade when the towers were hit.

And, so began the quest of what would fill the emotional and physical gap left in my city.  But, my focus today, on this day of remembrance, is the progress that has been made at the site and the promise for its future.

River Sauna / Jensen & Skodvin Architects

Courtesy of Jensen & Skodvin Architects

Architects: Jensen & Skodvin Architects
Location: ,
Project Architects: Jan Olav Jensen (pl), Dagfinn Sagen, Helge Lunder, Torstein Koch, Thomas Knigge, Sigrid Moldestad
Project Year: 2009
Photographs: Courtesy of Jensen & Skodvin Architects

The House / Buensalido Architects

© Mitch Mauricio

Architects: Buensalido Architects
Location: , Philippines
Project Year: 2011
Project Area: 180 sqm
Photographs: Mitch Mauricio

Courtesy of Complex City
Courtesy of Complex City

Mediatheque / Complex City

Designed by Complex City… in an area of Toulouse, France, the Mediatheque is built through network connections and brick concepts. As a place of network connections, the media library becomes a space which preserves and gives access to audio-visual contents,

Changxing Riverside Village / Wang Jun-Yang

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Architects: Wang Jun-Yang
Location: , Jiangsu, China
Design Team: Archidot, Luo Yijiang, Qiao Hua, Zhang Lei
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: Courtesy of Wang Jun-Yang

San Francisco 2012 Architecture and the City Festival

Courtesy of AIA

AIA San Francisco and the Center for Architecture + Design is currently hosting their ninth annual Architecture and the City Festival, which will be going on until September 30. The event, which takes place in San Francisco every September, is the nation’s largest architectural festival of its kind. The month-long celebration features behind the scenes and walking tours, films, exhibitions, lectures and more, providing opportunities for participants to engage with the local architecture community and experience design in a myriad of ways throughout the city. For more information, please visit here.

DEA Vogelweh Kleeblatt / Molter-Linnemann Architekten

© Michael Heinrich

Architects: Molter-Linnemann Architekten
Location: Kaiserlautern, Germnay
Project Year: 2009
Photographs: Michael Heinrich, Molter-Linnemann, RN Pearson, Auto Motor Sport

Courtesy of Goettsch Partners
Courtesy of Goettsch Partners

Al Hilal Bank Commercial Tower / Goettsch Partners

Challenged to define a distinctive image that would reflect Al Hilal Bank’s unique brand while also setting an international aesthetic, Goettsch Partners… designed a bold, contemporary tower that shifts in massing as it rises. The flagship commercial development, located in

Homerus Kwartier / Geusebroek Verheij Architecten

© Thomas Mayer

Architects: Geusebroek Verheij Architecten
Location: ,
Project Architect: Peter Geusebroek
Supporting Architect: Koen Verheij
Project Year: 2012
Photographs: Thomas Mayer

Balcony Over Bronte / Luigi Rosselli Architects

© Justin Alexander

Architects: Luigi Rosselli Architects
Location: Bronte, NSW,
Design Team: Luigi Rosselli
Project Architect: Corrado Palleschi
Interior Design: Alexandra Donohoe
Photographs: Justin Alexander

Video: Darwin Martin House / Frank Lloyd Wright

based artist and director Jonathan Turner highlights the details of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin D. Martin House (1903-05) in Buffalo, New York. Part of a multi-structure estate, the Martin House serves as a prime example of ’s Prairie House ideal, with strong horizontal lines and planes, deeply overhanging eaves, a central hearth, prominent foundation, and a sheltering, cantilevered roof. Although the complex suffered considerable damage over the decades, the Martine House Restoration Corporation (MHRC) has raised funds for a complete restoration of the complex, which began in 1997 and continues on today.

Discovering King’s Cross: A pop-up book / Michael Palin, Jay Merrick and Dan Cruickshank

With its recent transformation, King’s Cross station has re-emerged as one of ’s most iconic buildings. Built in 1852, its elegance and simplicity stood in stark opposition to the neo-gothic extravagance of neighbouring St Pancras, and held its place as a prototype of modern architecture. The story of this station is a fascinating one. It’s a tale of changing fortunes and tides that follows the ascent and decline of Britain’s railways.

Artau Bureau / Artau Architecture

Courtesy of Artau Architecture

Architects: Artau Architecture
Location: ,
Project Year: 2010
Project Area: 160 sqm
Photographs: Courtesy of Artau Architecture

Green Greenberg Green House / New Theme

© Alen Lin

Architects: New Theme
Location: , CA, United States
Design Team: Beth Holden
Photographs: Alen Lin

The Movement Cafe / Morag Myerscough

Courtesy of Morag Myerscough

Designer: Morag Myerscough of Studio Myerscough
Customized ice cream bicycle: Luke Morgan
Furniture: Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan
Location: Waller Way, Greenwich, Se10 8JA,
Project Year: 2012
Project Area: 140 sqm
Client: Cathedral Group

  

L’Atoll Angers / Antonio Virga Architecte + AAVP Architecture

© Eric Heranval

Architects: Antonio Virga Architecte + AAVP Architecture
Location: ,
Project Management: Antonio Virga architect, AAVP Architecture – Vicent Parreira
Project Managers: Thomas Lastennet architecte, Romain Braida architecte urbanist, Gwendal Herve architecte
Project Year: 2012
Photographs: Luc Boegly, Eric Heranval

Amazon’s Seattle Headquarters / NBBJ

’s Seattle Headquarters; Images ©

NBBJ’s design for the Amazon’s new headquarters in downtown Seattle, Washington, promises to consolidate the companies currently scattered buildings into a 3-block development that includes high-rise towers, a variety of open spaces, and landscaped plazas.  The 3.3 million square foot design was presented to the city’s Design Review Board (DRB) in great detail outlining the division of the each of the buildings, their integration into the downtown urban fabric and the synthesis of the currently underdeveloped Denny’s Triangle.

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