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Cottage La Angela / Estudio Cella

  • Architects: Estudio Cella
  • Location: San José, Misiones Province, Argentina
  • Architects in Charge: Daniel Cella, Lucia Cella
  • Area: 130.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2014
  • Photographs: Ramiro Sosa

© Ramiro Sosa © Ramiro Sosa © Ramiro Sosa © Ramiro Sosa

INOUT House / Joan Puigcorbé

© Jordi Miralles © Jordi Miralles © Jordi Miralles © Jordi Miralles

Ticollage City / Costa Rica Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2014

Curated and commissioned by German Architect / Urbanist Oliver Schütte and Dutch Anthropologist / Economist Marije van Lidth de Jeude, Costa Rica's first pavilion at the Venice Biennale focuses on a competition-winning project for the new Costa Rican Legislative Assembly, a project which illustrates the "vicious circle of social segregation and spatial fragmentation in the Greater Metropolitan Area of Costa Rica (GAM)."

Read the curators' description and take a virtual tour of the Costa Rica Pavilion after the break.

Evergreen Valley College / Steinberg Architects

  • Architects: Steinberg Architects
  • Location: 250-282 N Market St, San Jose, CA 95110, USA
  • Architects: Steinberg Architects
  • Team: Ernie Yamane, AIA – Principal in Charge, Dennis Cook, AIA – Project Manager, Brigitte Williams, AIA– Designer, Lisa Welty-O’Hare- Interior Design, Ron Saiki, AIA, Christopher Lewis, Paul Bae, In-HyrungSeo, DedeImpink, AIA – Specifications
  • Photographs: Tim Griffith

© Tim Griffith © Tim Griffith © Tim Griffith © Tim Griffith

Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport Terminal B / Fentress Architects

  • Architects: Fentress Architects
  • Location: Mineta San Jose International Airport Terminal A, Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC), 2077 Airport Boulevard, San Jose, CA 95110, USA
  • Architect: Fentress Architects
  • Project Year: 0
  • Photographs: Ken Paul, Jason A. Knowles, Nick Merrick, Mark Rothman

© Ken Paul © Jason A. Knowles © Nick Merrick © Ken Paul

Video: eCloud Sculpture at San Jose International Airport

Taking inspiration from the behavior and volume of an idealized cloud, Dan Goods, Nik Hafermaas, and Aaron Koblin created eCloud an interactive sculpture for the San Jose International Airport. The dynamic liquid crystal scultpure hangs from the ceiling displaying weather data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. eCloud is constructed from polycarbonate tiles appearing as transparent and opaque depending on the pattern which is in constant motion transforming every 20 seconds.

Never Never Land House / Andres Jaque Arquitectos

  • Architects: Andres Jaque Arquitectos
  • Location: San Jose, Ibiza, Spain
  • Architect: Andrés Jaque Arquitectos
  • Project team: Jorge Ruano, Alessandro Armelini, Guido Brandi, Teresa del Pino, Borja Gómez, Alejandro Martín Maté, Leandro Morillas, Pedro Pinto-Correia, Karin Rangel, Alberto Rey, Adeline Ruiz, David Segura, Natalia Solano
  • Psicological Consultant: Pablo Hurlé
  • Services: Nieves Plaza
  • Structure: io7
  • Furniture: Luis García Fraile
  • Construction Management: Andrés Jaque, Jorge Ruano, Juan Boo
  • Budget & Mesurement Consultant: Calle 51
  • Project Year: 2007
  • Photographs: Miguel de Guzmán

© Miguel de Guzmán © Miguel de Guzmán © Miguel de Guzmán © Miguel de Guzmán

Mixed Use Tower / Moho Architects

Spanish firm Moho Architects are currently in the schematic design phase of a mixed use tower for San Jose, Costa Rica.  The tower, whose programmatic elements will range from commercial and retail spaces to offices and hotels, aims to create a strong model of sustainability for the region that will promote eco-friendliness.

More images and more about the tower after the break.