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APSS Crossing Temporary 2018 | Call for Participants

10:30 - 10 August, 2018
APSS Crossing Temporary 2018 | Call for Participants, APSS Porto Montenegro 2018 with KOSMOS Architects and Mikael Stenström
APSS Porto Montenegro 2018 with KOSMOS Architects and Mikael Stenström

APSS is a summer school of architecture located in Boka Bay, Montenegro, For six years now it has been acting as a platform for architecture, urbanism, informal education with studies and research that has lead to more projects such as Montenegro Pavilion at Venice Biennale in 2104 and 2016 that has originated from APSS work. After our Re-Use series in APSS, we have continued our journey with the topic of TEMPORARY in architecture, this year extended to CROSSING TEMPORARY.

Nike Box MSK / KOSMOS architects + Strelka KB

02:00 - 24 July, 2018
Nike Box MSK / KOSMOS architects + Strelka KB, © Yuri Palmin
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Krimsky Val, 9, Moskva, Russia
  • Category

  • KOSMOS Architects team

    Artem Kitaev (partner), Leonid Slonimskiy (partner), Alexander Alyaev, Marina Skorikova. Dmitriy Prikhodko
  • Strelka KB team

    Daria Paramonova, Andris Rubenis, Anastasia Krotova, Daria Grudinkina, Andrey Manakin, Artur Makarov, Alexey Tsarev, Sergey Lebedev
  • Creative Director

    Andy Walker
  • Design Director

    Wai Lau
  • Senior Designer

    Daniel Whiteneck
  • Nike Interior Design team

    Eri Pontikopoulou, Greta Mozzachiodi
  • Area

    4700.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2018
  • Photographs

KOSMOS Creates 6 Speculative Public Space Interventions for Basel

08:00 - 7 August, 2017
KOSMOS Creates 6 Speculative Public Space Interventions for Basel, © KOSMOS
© KOSMOS

Emerging international architecture office KOSMOS has unveiled 6 projects exploring potential collective spaces in the city of Basel, Switzerland. Unveiled during Art Basel, the speculative projects were featured in the Forum Basel exhibition curated alongside Museum Director Andreas Ruby and Stéphanie Savio, and emerging Chilean practice Plan Común. Held at the Swiss Architecture Museum (S AM), the architecture exhibition was held “in reaction to the increasing commodification of urban space today” and dedicated itself to investigating new possibilities for public space in Basel. Check out the projects, with descriptions from KOSMOS, below.

KOSMOS Architects Wins Competition for Landmark Nike Sports Park in Moscow

14:20 - 2 May, 2017
KOSMOS Architects Wins Competition for Landmark Nike Sports Park in Moscow, Nike Air Box / Kosmos Architects. Image Courtesy of Nike
Nike Air Box / Kosmos Architects. Image Courtesy of Nike

Global sportswear brand Nike, in collaboration with urban planning consultants Strelka KB, has announced the winners of the competition to design a new Nike sports facility in Gorky Park, located at the heart of Moscow. The competition asked five of Russia’s leading young architecture studios – KOSMOS Architects, Rhizome, Novoe, Crosby Studios and Xора – to envision a “unique architectural object” that seamless integrates into the surrounding park environment, creating a landmark hub for sport and physical activity for Russia.

Crosby Studios. Image Courtesy of Nike Novoe. Image Courtesy of Nike Khora. Image Courtesy of Nike Rhizome. Image Courtesy of Nike + 67

These Graphics Imagine Unrealized Architectural Plans as Beautiful Snowflakes

14:00 - 3 January, 2017
These Graphics Imagine Unrealized Architectural Plans as Beautiful Snowflakes, Courtesy of KOSMOS
Courtesy of KOSMOS

Much like snowflakes, the most beautiful architectural plans consist of complex relationships between geometries – and no two are exactly alike. In this spirit, KOSMOS Architects has created a series of planimetric graphics of some of the most notable architectural projects to have disappeared from our world in celebration of the New Year.

KOSMOS Architects Design a Wall That Unites Rather Than Divides for HelloWood 2016

14:00 - 17 September, 2016
KOSMOS Architects Design a Wall That Unites Rather Than Divides for HelloWood 2016, Courtesy of KOSMOS
Courtesy of KOSMOS

Cross-continental architecture practice KOSMOS Architects have revealed the full design intent for their HelloWood 2016 installation. The wooden structure, dubbed "Thread," subverts the conventional notion of the wall as a divider of space, reinventing it as a new zone of inclusivism and human engagement. Their entire design and construction process was guided by Maslow's hierarchy of human needs, leading to a structure that brings people together and fulfills them in different ways, level by level.

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Garage Centre for Contemporary Arts Pavilion / KOSMOS Architects and Maxim Spivakov

01:00 - 25 July, 2012
Garage Centre for Contemporary Arts Pavilion / KOSMOS Architects and Maxim Spivakov, © Yuriy Palmin
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