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LITTLE Designs Locally-Inspired Cultural Campus for Anqiu

01:00 - 18 April, 2014
LITTLE Designs Locally-Inspired Cultural Campus for Anqiu, © LITTLE

The fertile Anqiu region of China’s Shangdong Province is known locally as the land of “cultivation, stone hills, and creeks.” Thus, Little Diversified Architectural Consulting’s (LITTLE) design for Anqiu’s new cultural campus and fitness center is based upon these very elements.

Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine / Little

01:00 - 25 March, 2014
Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine / Little, © Mark Herboth
© Mark Herboth

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    Buies Creek, NC 27546, United States
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    96500.0 ft2
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Taiwan Tower / Little

12:00 - 18 November, 2010
Courtesy of Little
Courtesy of Little

The Taiwan Tower International Design Competition awarded Little, a Merit Award for its contribution in conceptual designs of a signature tower in Taichung, Taiwan. The emphasis on the competition is to provide a marker to symbolize Taiwan’s history and spirit at the Taichung Gateway Park, an international portal of Central Taiwan as a place for innovation, culture and biodiversity.

More information and images after the break.

reVision Dallas / Entangled Bank

14:43 - 30 July, 2009

The Re: Vision Dallas competition named three winners, two of which we previously featured on AD (DB + P and Atelier Data + Moov). The third winner is Little, a studio based in North Carolina, with their Entangled Bank proposal. “Entangled Bank combines heavy duty technological prowess with artistic integration of systems. The building is designed as a holistic, integrated design…The Entangled Bank entry materials was incredibly impressive… Each unit type was designed, completed with suggested sale price and amount of energy consumption. A wide array of green collar job programs were provided that work with the design of the building to engage residents and educate visitors. All of the jurors were struck by the thorough and joyous submission of Entangled Bank,” explained juror Eric Corey Freed.

More about the project (including a great video) after the break.