Today we bring you projects from all over the world. Different housing buildings from Australia, USA, Slovenia, Mexico and United Kingdom. And of course, check the first part of this Round Up right here.
Huski Apartments / Elenberg Fraser Architecture Built on a corner site, Huski is a five level apartment hotel, open for both the winter and summer seasons at Falls Creek, in the Victorian high lands. It comprises fourteen apartments (4 x studio, 2 x 1 bedroom, 2 x 2 bedroom, 4 x 3 bedroom and 2 x 4 bedroom, 2 level penthouse), and day spa and produce store/café (read more…)
Metal Shutter Houses / Shigeru Ban On West Chelsea a new 9 unit condo is under construction, designed by japanese Shigeru Ban. The project is located on the south side of West 19th Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues in West Chelsea’s art gallery district, right next to the High Line, the Hudson River Park, Ghery´s IAC Building and Jean Nouvel´s 100 11th (read more…)
Izola Social Housing / OFIS arhitekti The project is a winning entry for two housing blocks in a competition convoked by the Slovenia Housing Fund, a government-run programme that is providing low-cost apartments for young families. The proposal won for economic, rational and functional issues but mostly for the ratio between gross vs. saleable surface area (read more…)
Temistocles 12 / JSª Temistocles 12 is a building on a rectangular-shaped property, like many others in Polanco. However, the way in which it is set on the property is the result of a structural analysis which allowed us to avoid the use of intermediate columns, and gave us great freedom in the interior distribution. A cube providing lighting and ventilation (read more…)
New building for Liverpool / Alison Brooks Architects Alison Brooks Architects (ABA, previously featured in AD with their award winning Herringbone Houses) designed three buildings for Tribeca, a new development in Liverpool, UK. This three buildings are located on the corner of Great George Street and St James Street. This buildings will provide 93 apartments (read more…)