Architects: Plasma Studio
Location: 39030 Sexten, South Tyrol, Italy
Architect In Charge: Eva Castro, Holger Kehne, Ulla Hell
Collaborators: Angelika Mair, David Preindl, Daniela Walder
Structural Engineering: Ingenieurgemeinschaft Team 4
Service Engineering: Ekon Bruneck
Area: 220.0 sqm
Photographs: Cristobal Palma
Architects: Foster + Partners, Marco Visconti
Location: Torino, Italy
Project Manager: Piero Cornaglia, Antonio Presicce, Aldo Celano, Sabrina Gambino
Foster + Partners Design Team: David Nelson, Gerard Evenden, John Blythe, Martin Castle, Martina Meluzzi, Giulia Galiberti, Marilu Sicoli
Collaborators: Camerana & Partners – Benedetto Camerana, Giugiaro Architettura Srl – Aldo Cingolani, ICIS Srl – Cosimo Turvani, Mara Luciani, Studio Mellano Associati – Franco Mellano
Photographs: Courtesy of Nigel Young – Foster + Partners, Michele D’Ottavio, David Vicario
Zaha Hadid Architects recently announced they are building the sixth and final Messner Mountain Museum at Plan de Corones, South Tyrol, Italy which is set to be completed in the summer of 2014. In collaboration with Reinhold Messner, one of the world’s most renowned mountaineers, as well as Kronplatz, the largest ski resort in the region, the Messner Mountain Museum (MMM Corones) is embedded within Mount Kronplatz. A composition of fluid, interconnected volumes, the 1000 sq. m. MMM Corones design is carved within the mountain and informed by the geology and topography of its context. More images and architects’ description after the break.
Designed by B2 Architecture, their first prize winning design for the Instant House @ School Competition is an oasis for children that breaks down the rigorosity with the help of organic and playful shapes. Located in a strictly orthogonal urban context, in the street of Via Ugo Betti in Milan, the building and its surroundings will create a bridge between the neighborhood and the children by orienting itself to the main directions of the site. More images and architects’ description after the break.