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AD Round Up: Public Facilities Part VII

AD Round Up: Public Facilities Part VII

Five projects from 2009, including the winner of the 2009 Building of the Year, Public Facilities category, for our seventh round up. Check them all after the break.

National Tourist Route Trollstigen / Reiulf Ramstad Architects The project will enhance the experience of the Trollstigen plateau’s location and nature. Thoughtfulness regarding features and materials will underscore the site’s temper and character, and well-adapted, functional facilities will augment the visitor’s experience. The architecture is to be characterised by clear and precise transitions between planned zones and the natural landscape (read more…)

Luz Cemetery / Pedro Pacheco + Marie Clément To displace a cemetery means not only transporting it’s tombs but equally it’s memory and rituals consolidated over the times. The old cemetery’s regular and geometric figure, which follow the ground pendent is reproduced. The vicinities between tombs are maintained as place recognition elements, as well as their orientation, in order to return light and shadow conditions, associated to visit rituals (read more…)

Social Condenser for Superior / Blank Studio The Social Condenser project is located at the base of the Superstition Mountain Range in the Town of Superior, Arizona which was founded in 1882 and has strong ties to mining of copper, silver and gold. The project is uniquely positioned between historic Main Street and Queen Creek (read more…)

InfoWash / The Design Workshop Designed and constructed by students in an academic design/build program, 39571 InfoWash is a direct response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina in the small town of DeLisle, Mississippi. In an attempt to meet both the physical and emotional needs of the community, the project houses both a 24-hour Laundromat and an organization which provides rebuilding assistance to local residents (read more…)

Sun Valley Music Pavilion / FTL Design Engineering Studio The Seasonal Sun Valley Music pavilion, located on the south western end of the soccer field at the Sun Valley Resort is inspired by its natural setting and is destined to become a community gathering place for performance events (read more…)

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "AD Round Up: Public Facilities Part VII" 06 May 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/133583/ad-round-up-public-facilities-part-vii/> ISSN 0719-8884
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