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Highlands Park Family Aquatic Center / Meyers + Associates Architecture

© Matthew Carbone
© Matthew Carbone

Architect: Meyers + Associates Architecture Location: Westerville, Ohio, United States Project Year: 2011 Photographs: Matthew Carbone

Indiana Convention Center Expansion / RATIO Architects

©  Bill Zbaren Photography ©  Bill Zbaren Photography ©  Bill Zbaren Photography ©  Bill Zbaren Photography + 11

AD Classics: Koshino House / Tadao Ando Architect & Associates

© Kazunori Fujimoto © Kazunori Fujimoto © Kazunori Fujimoto © Kazunori Fujimoto + 13

Houses  · 
Ashiya-shi, Japan
  • Architects Authors of this architecture project Kazunori Fujimoto
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    1984

Ball State University, College of Architecture and Planning 2011 Gresham Smith Design Competition Winners

Courtesy of Colin Marshall, Matthew Nichols - Team Award of Excellence
Courtesy of Colin Marshall, Matthew Nichols - Team Award of Excellence

Through the Gresham Smith Competition (an annual program sponsored by Gresham Smith and Partners), the Ball State University, College of Architecture and Planning, Department of Architecture, with support from the College of Architecture and Planning, Indianapolis Center (CAP: IC) has offered to assist the Julia Carson Legacy of Love Foundation in consolidating the objectives of its mission to realize the Julia Carson Community Center by facilitating community participatory engagement through a programmatic and conceptual design competition. More about the project and competition winners after the break.

25th Street Residence / Shimizu + Coggeshall Architects

© Joshua White Photography © Joshua White Photography © Joshua White Photography © Joshua White Photography + 23

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, North Terminal / Gensler

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, North Terminal / Gensler Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, North Terminal / Gensler Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, North Terminal / Gensler Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, North Terminal / Gensler + 14

Airport  · 
Detroit, United States
  • Architects Authors of this architecture project Gensler
  • Area Area of this architecture project
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    0

Heydar Aliyev International Airport / RSA Design Group

© RSA Design Group
© RSA Design Group

The existing airport in Baku currently serves both international and domestic flights. The local airport authority is currently in the process of building a new international terminal building. RSA Design Group was asked to submit a proposal for the renovation of the existing building. The renovated structure would be repurposed as a domestic terminal, with all international flights passing through the new terminal building. More about the Heydar Aliyev International Airport after the break.

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church / Constantine George Pappas AIA Architecture/Planning

© Unknown photographer © Unknown photographer © Unknown photographer © Unknown photographer + 16

First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ Sanctuary / Constantine George Pappas AIA Architecture/Planning

© David Rose © David Rose © David Rose © David Rose + 18

Churches  · 
Rochester, United States
  • Architects Authors of this architecture project David Rose
  • Area Area of this architecture project
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    2010

AD Classics: Sangath / Balkrishna Doshi

AD Classics: Sangath / Balkrishna Doshi © Nicholas Iyadurai © Nicholas Iyadurai AD Classics: Sangath / Balkrishna Doshi + 15

Other  · 
Ahmadabad, India
  • Architects Authors of this architecture project Nicholas Iyadurai
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    1981

Thesis = Business: PROJECTiONE

© PROJECTiONE
© PROJECTiONE

Recent graduates of the Masters program at Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning, Adam Buente and Kyle Perry have spent the last couple years developing their unique interests and ideas into a business of their own. Working with fellow students Elizabeth Boone and Eric Brockmeyer, they began a collaborative graduate thesis project focused on exploring the possibilities of design and fabrication via digital equipment as a business platform. After their first year out of school they have begun to independently manage their Indiana based company. PROJECTiONE recently produced the ACADIA competition winner HYPERLAXITY and boast other projects such as EXOtique, bitMAPS, and Radiance. Words and images from the PROJECTiONE team after the break.

Civic Cultural Exhibition and Activity Center / inFORM Studio

© inFORM Studio
© inFORM Studio

The city of Korla has announced that inFORM Studio has been selected as the winner of an international design competition for the Civic Cultural Exhibition and Activity Center in Korla, China. It will be a symbol of a progressive future for the region of Xinjiang. The conceptual proposal embraces the master plan vision for an axial relationship of cultural buildings and a strong east/west pedestrian linkage through the site; it also responds intelligently to the climate, geological heritage, ecology, and contextual views and relationships. More about the Civic Cultural Exhibition and Activity Center after the break.

Myrtle Beach International Airport / inFORM Studio

© inFORM Studio
© inFORM Studio

The Terminal Expansion Capacity Program for the Myrtle Beach International Airport demonstrated a need to develop a new terminal for airport operations and additional gates to serve the increased passenger load. inFORM Studio‘s $129 million project, governed by a tight budget and site parameters, includes a new ticketing lobby, baggage claim, baggage handling, TSA screening, a new 5 gate concourse and connector bridge to existing concourse with an additional gate integrated into the bridge to maximize the efficiency of circulation space. More information and images of the Myrtle Beach International Airport after the break.

Providence River Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridge Competition Winner / inFORM Studio

© inFORM Studio
© inFORM Studio

The Providence River Pedestrian Bridge is a unique urban proposal in that the basis of its proposition is an exchange of transit medium. The relocation of a substantial, vehicular only conduit in favor of a pedestrian oriented connector will completely transform the spatial character of the Jewelry District/Old Harbor. Given this significant urban transformation, the project should envision a potential much larger than a pure connector. The proposed Providence River Pedestrian Bridge can become a spatial mediator between urban and ecological spaces and function as an integrated series of programs into the waterfront public spaces, allowing east and west to become a singular meandering public space. With this perspective, the proposal is better understood less as a bridge and more as an urban intervention. More about inFORM Studio‘s Providence River Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridge submission after the break.

Recycling+Building Materials

© Paula Bailey - http://www.flickr.com/photos/auntiep/. Used under <a href='https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/'>Creative Commons</a>
© Paula Bailey - http://www.flickr.com/photos/auntiep/. Used under Creative Commons

In today’s world “going green” has become a top priority in our society, and sustainable buildings and design are at the forefront of this green revolution. While many designers are focusing on passive and active energy systems, the reuse of recycled materials is beginning to stand out as an innovative, highly effective, and artistic expression of sustainable design. Reusing materials from existing on site and nearby site elements such as trees, structures, and paving is becoming a trend in the built environment, however more unorthodox materials such as soda cans and tires are being discovered as recyclable building materials. Materials and projects featured after the break.

AD Classics: Museum of Modern Art, Gunma / Arata Isozaki

via Arata Isozaki AD Classics: Museum of Modern Art, Gunma / Arata Isozaki AD Classics: Museum of Modern Art, Gunma / Arata Isozaki AD Classics: Museum of Modern Art, Gunma / Arata Isozaki + 9

Museum  · 
Takasaki-shi, Japan
  • Architects Authors of this architecture project Wiiii / Wikimedia Commons
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    1974