Bridge House / Max Pritchard Architect

Architects: Max Pritchard Architect
Location: Adelaide,
Consultant: Engineers Pocius & Associates
Constructed Area: 110 sqm
Project year: 2008
Photographs: Sam Noonan

Anglesea House / Andrew Maynard Architects

For Andrew Maynard Architects‘ latest design, a holiday home in Anglesea VIC, the clients’ requirement was simple: more space for their growing and aging family.   With the need of the client always in mind, set out to create a multi-generational vacation home whose “versatility…allows it to be inhabited simultaneously by all members of the extended family…The design is rigorously addressed at different scales, allowing there to be a certain level of connection and interaction throughout while also providing smaller zones where solace can be found.”

More information and images after the break.

Ofimodul showroom / stación-ARquitectura Arquitectos + Armando Cantú

Architects: stación-ARquitectura Arquitectos
Location: Monterrey, México
Associated Architect: Armando Cantú
Project team: César Augusto Guerrero Rodríguez, Armando Cantú, Ana Cecilia Garza Villarreal, Carlos Raúl Flores Leal, María Sevilla Gómez
Programme: Showroom and design room for furniture
Client: Ofimodul S. A. de C. V.
Size of the project : 272 sqm
Project year: 2008
Construction: 2008-2009
Materials: , Steel and
Photographs: Eduardo Hernández

Botany Studio + House / Workshop1

Architect: Workshop 1 Dunn + Hillam Architects
Location: Botany, Sydney, New South Wales,
Project Team: Ashley Dunn, Lee Hillam, Linden Thorley
Structural Engineer: John Carrick
Builder: Workshop 1 Dunn + Hillam Architects and Brett Wiley Constructions
Constructed Area (Studio): 140 sqm
Constructed Area (House): 50 sqm
Project Year: 2008
Photographer: Kilian O’Sullivan

Office Silo & Containers / Vaillo + Irigaray

Architects: Vaillo + Irigaray / Antonio Vaillo + Juan Luis Irigaray
Location: Tajonar, Navarra,
Project manager: David Eguinoa, architect
Riggers: José Ignacio Sola, Julián Damboriena y Marcos Corral
Structure: Tadeo Errea – DASEIN
Facilities: Andrés Bustince – INARQ.ingenieros
Façade: Marcial Lázaro – ALTRES
Contractor: ACR +NORLAND + DASEIN
Project year: 2002
Finished year: 2005
Photographs: José Manuel Cutillas & Pedro Pegenaute

Tercio Winery / Sebastian Mariscal Studio

Architect: Sebastian Mariscal Studio
Location: Valle de Guadalupe, Baja , Mexico
Designer & Builder: Sebastian Mariscal Studio
Design Team: Dominique Houriet & Sebastian Mariscal
Structural Engineering: Omar Mobayed
Area: 278 sqm
Project year: 2007
Photographs: Hisao Suzuki

Big Dig House / Single Speed Design

The Big Dig is the most expensive highway project in the history of the US. The project included rerouting the Central Artery into a tunnel under the heart of Boston, requiring a tremendous engineering work due to underlaying metro lines and pipes and utility lines that would have to be replaced or moved. Tunnel workers encountered many unexpected geological and archaeological barriers, ranging from glacial debris to foundations of buried houses and a number of sunken ships lying within the reclaimed land.

The Big Dig House by reutilizes materials from the Big Dig. In that aspect, it´s a remarkable example of recycling in architecture. Project description by the architects after the break.

Architects: Single Speed Design
Location: Lexington, MA,
Programme: Private House
Completion year: 2008
Site Area: 1,784 sqm
Constructed Area: 353 sqm
Photographs: Single Speed Design

Phoenix Civic Space Shade Canopies / Architekton

Architects: Architekton
Location: Phoenix, AZ,
Collaborators: EDAW Inc. (landscape designers for the park)
Engineering: Rudow + Berry Structural Engineers
Contractor: Foresite Inc.
Project year: 2009
Photography: Matt Winquist, John Kane, Eric Vollmer

Parish Church of Santa Monica / Vicens & Ramos

Architect: Vicens & Ramos / Ignacio Vicens y Hualde, José Antonio Ramos Abengózar
Location: Rivas-Vaciamadrid, Madrid,
Client: Obispado de Alcalá de Henares
Collaborators: Fernando Gil, Agustín Toledano, Roberto Rodríguez-Paraja, Jesús Gómez, Desirée González, Pablo Gutiérrez, Romina Barbieri, Raúl Rodríguez, Tibor Martín, Patricia de Elena
Photographs: Pablo Vicens y Hualde & Ricardo Santonja

Paracaima House / dcpp arquitectos

Architects: dcpp arquitectos
Location: City,
Project team: Pablo Perez Palacios, Alfonso de la Concha Rojas & Carlos Gonzalez
Project year: 2008
Site area: 400 sqm
Construction area: 360 sqm
Photographs: Luis Gordoa Hernandez

Rolling Huts / OSKA Architects

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Architects: Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects
Location: Mazama, Washington,
Lead Architect: Tom Kundig, FAIA
Date of Completion: 2008
Size: 440 sf/per hut (200 sf interior space, 240 sf exterior deck)
Photographs: Chad Kirkpatrick & /Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects

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Pullpo Advertising Agency / Hania Stambuk

Architects: Marasovic
Location: Santiago,
Structure Engineer: Claudio Hinojosa
Surface Area: 2,447 sqm
Constructed Area: 674 sqm
Project year: 2007
Construction year: 2008
Photographs: Marcelo Cáceres

Hind House / John Pardey Architects

Architects: John Pardey Architects
Location: Wargrave, Berkshire, England
Project Architect: Henry Goss
Project Manager / Contractor: Ridgetree Construction, Wargrave (Clive Hicks)
Structural Engineer: Barton Engineers, London (Bob Barton)
Project year: 2008
Total Area: 242 sqm
Photographs: Richard Powers &

Willoughby 7917 / Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects

Architects: LOHA Architects
Location: West Hollywood, ,
Principal in Charge: Lorcan O’Herlihy
Project Team: Pierre De Angelis (PD), Sabrina Schmidt-Wetekam, Alex Morassut
Client: Whitecap Development, LLC
Project year: 2008
Constructed Area: 2,230 sqm
Program: 8 apartments
Photographs: Tate Lown

Estação Ciência Cafe / Una Arquitetos

Architects: Una arquitetos / Cristiane Muniz, Fábio Valentim, Fernanda Barbara e Fernando Viégas
Location: Sao Paulo,
Collaborators: Ana Paula de Castro, Gabriela Gurgel, Jimmy Liendo, José Carlos Silveira Junior, Luis Eduardo Menezes, Maria Cristina Motta, Sílio de Almeida
Structure and Fundation: Stec Engenharia
Hydraulic Instalations: Nestor Caiuby
Electric Instalations: Pascoal d´Aprile
Industrial Kitchens: Nucleora
Lighting design: Ricardo Heder
Construction: Fina Engenharia
Estação Ciência´s Coordination: Francisco Medeiros (in memoriam) e Maria Alice Gonzales
Coesf´s Coordination : Valmir do Val
Photographs: Bebete Viégas

Civivox / AH Asociados

Architects: AH Asociados – Miguel A. Alonso del Val, Rufino J. Hernández Minguillón, Marcos Escartín Miguel
Location: Pamplona, Navarra, Spain
Collaborators: Sara Mattivi, Ruth Marín, Pablo Branchi, Javier Zalacain, Daniel Maestu, Miguela Modrego, Susana Ruiz de Galarreta
Riggers: Miguel Aldaz García Mina, María López Morquecho
Structural Engineering: GE & Asociados Ingenieros Instalaciones
Promotor: Ayuntamiento de Pamplona, Gobierno de Navarra
Contractor: H.M. Compañía General de Construcción S.A.
Project year: 2002
Construction year: 2005
Constructed Area: 3,327.7 sqm
Photographs: José Manuel Cutillas – Proyectar

Vertical Park / Jorge Hernandez de la Garza

Architects: Jorge Hernandez de la Garza
Location: Coyoacan,
Design Team: Rodrigo Ambriz, Michael Smith, Erik Cosio
Project Year: 2009
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Gymnasium 46º09′N-16º50E / STUDIO UP

This morning, at the Granting ceremony of the Mies van der Rohe Awards for European Architecture in Barcelona at the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion, we met Lea and Toma, founders of Studio Up, winners of the Emerging Architect Special Mention for Gymnasium 46° 09′ N / 16° 50′ E in Koprivnica, -and they shared with us this interesting project.

The Jury, chaired by Francis Rambert includes: Ole Bouman, Irena Fialová, Fulvio Irace, Luis M. Mansilla, Carme Pinós and Vasa J. Perović.

Lea Pelivan (Born in Split, Croatia in 1976) and Toma Plejić (Born in Riijeka, Croatia in 1977) both received their architecture diplomas in 2001 from the University of Zagreb where they established their professional practice in 2003. Their most important projects include: Frameworks (Site-specific project for the 2004 Biennale di Venezia), the P10 Mixed-Use Building, Split and the Spectator Business Building, Zagreb.