Arthouse at the Jones Center by LTL Architects / © Michael Moran Studio
Arthouse at the Jones Center by LTL Architects / © Michael Moran Studio

Spotlight on Design: Intensities: Recent Work by Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis

Taking place September 24th at the National Building Museum, the Spotlight On Design: Intensities: Recent Work by Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis event highlights the firm’s ability in using the constraints of small budgets, awkward spaces, and strict zoning to generate innovative architecture. Marc…

Gunpowder Mill / Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects

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Architects: Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects
Location: , UK
Main Contractor: Hill Partnerships
Structural Engineer: Cornerstone Consulting Engineers
Quantity Surveyor: Tower Surveys
Landscape Architect: Clarke Associates
Project Year: 2009
Photographs: Dennis Gilbert

Courtesy of Yale School of Architecture
Courtesy of Yale School of Architecture

‘The Sound of Architecture’ Symposium

In an effort to explore the auditory dimension of architecture, Yale School of Architecture is presenting the J. Irwin Miller Symposium: ‘The Sound of Architecture’ which will take place October 4-6. Free and open to the public, the symposium will draw…

Green Square Parking Deck / Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee

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Architects: Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee
Location: , North Carolina, USA
Architect In Charge: H. Clymer Cease
Design Team: Jeffrey Lee, Shann Rushing, Albert McDonald, Ryan Johnson
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: Jonathan Hillyer

House LV / Areal Architecten

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Architects: Areal Architecten
Location: Haacht/Tildonk,
Design Team: Chris Eeraerts, Thomas Cols
Project Year: 2010
Project Area: 295.0 sqm
Photographs: Cafeine © Thomas De Bruyne

Site via the Performing Arts Center Website
Site via the Performing Arts Center Website

Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects to design Utah Performing Arts Center

Salt Lake City is about to get a new, state-of-the-art performing arts center designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects… (PCPA), in collaboration with HKS Architects. The 2,500-seat venue “will capture the spirit of its place” and serve as the region’s

Hyundai Advances Design Studion / Delugan Meissl Associated Architects

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Architects: Delugan Meissl Associated Architects
Location: Seoul,
Design Team: Sebastian Brunke, Alejandro C. Carrera, Sabrina Miletich
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: Courtesy of Delugan Meissl Associated Architects

AD Round Up: TYIN tegnestue

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TYIN was established in 2008 and has built projects in poor and underdeveloped areas of Thailand, Uganda, Sumatra and Norway. Solutions to fundamental challenges call for an architecture where everything serves a purpose, an architecture that follows necessity.
For today’s Round Up we have five great projects previously featured of this Norwegian architects. The main image belongs to Soe Ker Tie House, 6 sleeping units as a solution to shelter 24 children of an orphanage in Noh Bo. You can’t miss one of the winners of 2009 AD Building of the Year, the Safe Haven Library or the Bath House also in Safe Haven, both with a budget under the 5000(USD). Check out Old Market Library, TYIN’s proposal after the market fire. Finally, revisit the amazing Boathouse in More og Romsdal, Norway.

Villa Asserbo: A Sustainable, Printed House That Snaps Together

Villa Asserbo, a house whose printed pieces “snap” together, by Danish architects Eentileen. Photo via Fast Company.

UPDATE: This post originally stated that Villa Asserbo was 3D Printed, when in fact its pieces were printed using rapid prototyping technology (a subtractive, rather than additive process).

We’ve covered a lot here at ArchDaily, but most of our coverage has been speculative and, frankly, futuristic – could we, one day, print out Gaudi-esque stone structures? Or even print a biologically-inspired, living house? 

But today we heard a story about an alternative to 3D Printing‘s capabilities in the here and now - and its implications are pretty exciting.

In a small town outside of Copenhagen, Danish architects Eentileen joined forces with London-based digital fabrication and architecture specialists, Facit Homes, to create Villa Asserbo: a 1,250 square foot, sustainable home made from Nordic plywood fabricated via CNC miller and easily “snapped” together.  

No heavy machinery, no cranes, no large labor force. Just a couple of guys, a few easily printed pieces, and six weeks.

Get more details about this sustainable, printed House, after the break…

Pop-out Studio / Hutchison & Maul Architecture

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Architects: Hutchison & Maul Architecture
Location: Fremont Neighborhood, , USA
Project Year: 2006
Project Area: 450 sq ft
Photographs: Courtesy of Hutchison & Maul Architecture, Alan Abramowitz

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Venice Biennale 2012: StudioMK27 represents Brazil with “Peep”

Representing at the 2012 Venice Biennale will be StudioMK27 and Lúcio Costa‘s 1964 installation “Riposatevi”.  The exhibit takes an intimate look at the lives of multi-generational households in modern Brazilian architecture.  Curated by Lauro Cavalcanti, the Brazilian pavilion will investigate the intersections between traditional and contemporary artistic tendencies and will feature the movie installation, “Peep”, by Lea Van Steen and , with photography by Cleisson Vidal.  The event will take place between August 29th and November 25th in the Giardini and Arsenale buildings in Venice.

More after the break. 

AA House / MVN Architects

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Architects: MVN Architects
Location: Mojácar, Almería,
Architect In Charge: Daniel H Nadal, Diego Varela de Ugarte, Emilio Medina
Technical Architect: Maria Isabel García Mellado
Project Year: 2007
Photographs: Courtesy of MVN Architects

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Venice Biennale 2012: “Álvaro Siza. Viagem sem Programa”

Ritratto di Álvaro Siza © Teresa Siza

Recent award recipient of the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement and Portuguese master architect, Álvaro Siza, will be honored with an exhibition exclusively dedicated to his most personal aspects as one of the leading players in the international design scene at the 2012 Venice Biennale. The collateral event, “Álvaro Siza. Viagem sem Programa”, will feature an exclusive collection of 53 works, personally selected by the architect himself for this event, that were developed from travel notes and sketches. The exhibit will be organized in sequential order as a narration of Siza’s work in architecture and concept of life. It will be seen as “a succession of prospects, dreams, memories and the faces of unknown persons and friends encounters in that extraordinary “Journey without a plan”, which is life itself.”

Continue after the break to learn more.

The Heritage / CYS.ASDO

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Architects: CYS.ASDO
Location: Taipei,
Architect In Charge: Chung-Yei Sheng
Design Team: Jill Yang, Paul Chiang, Why Huang
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: K. M. Lee

AD Architecture School Guide: University of Kentucky College of Design

“Manhattan Redux” Paducah, KY, image via cargocollective.com/UK-CoD

Early in August, we introduced Sherin Wing’s latest exciting series she’s writing for ArchDaily: The AD Architecture School Guide. In case you missed it, you can check Sherin’s review of the University of Utah here. And don’t forget to follow her on Twitter if you want to provide any feedback.

At the University of Kentucky College of Design or UK/CoD, the School of Architecture has taken the goals of engagement, service, and education as an opportunity to transform not just the physical landscape but the economy and social structure of the Commonwealth as well. It is, frankly, an exciting program. And as exemplified by the The River Cities Project, practical skills are combined with pedagogy to enrich and improve the lives of all people: students, faculty and the Commonwealth of Kentucky. If that seems like a tall order, read on because this is definitely a program that succeeds.

Orthodox School in Remle / Dan and Hila Israelevitz Architects

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Architects:
Location: Jerusalem,
Design Team: Dan Israelevitz, Hila Dinay Israelevitz, Simon Amsis
Project Year: 2010
Project Area: 3,750 sqm
Photographs: Courtesy of Dan and Hila Israelevitz

West 18th Street / ODA

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Recently, we shared ODA’s honorable mention proposal for the National Library of Israel which fosters an open haven for learning and activity.  The New-York based firm is also working on projects a bit closer to home in Manhattan that approach zoning restrictions with an air of optimism.  ODA explained, “We embrace those parameters (zoning ordinances) and use them as the DNA of our buildings. If carefully studied, NYC’s zoning allows for many interpretations that follows logical principals.”

More about the residences after the break.

Le Massif de Charlevoix Train Station / STGM Architectes

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Architects: STGM Architectes
Location: , Québec,
Project Year: 2012
Photographs: Stéphane Groleau