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Amey Kandalgaonkar Explores the Architectural Possibilities of Combining Desert Rocks and Geometric Forms

04:30 - 17 May, 2019
House Inside a Rock. Image © Amey Kandalgaonkar
House Inside a Rock. Image © Amey Kandalgaonkar

House Inside a Rock. Image © Amey Kandalgaonkar House Inside a Rock. Image © Amey Kandalgaonkar Rock House 3. Image © Amey Kandalgaonkar Rock House 3. Image © Amey Kandalgaonkar + 13

Although architecture has been constantly evolving, past builders have laid out a huge amount architectural heritage for us to learn from and get inspired by, and integrating natural elements with man-made structures is no exception.

Shanghai-based architect and architectural photographer Amey Kandalgaonkar found inspiration in the rock cut-tomb of Madain Saleh in Saudi Arabia, and with the same architecture approach, designed two residential projects that incorporate architecture with the rigid parts of nature.

Amey Kandalgaonkar Reimagines Traditional Chinese Pagodas for a Modernist Era

09:00 - 7 May, 2019
Amey Kandalgaonkar Reimagines Traditional Chinese Pagodas for a Modernist Era, © Amey Kandalgaonkar
© Amey Kandalgaonkar

Amey Kandalgaonkar has unveiled a project which reimagines the traditional Chinese pagoda in a modernist style. The Shanghai-based designer created the fictional reinterpretation as a homage to a building form largely untouched by Modernism, featuring raw brut concrete, minimal ornamentation, and bold geometric moves.

PIXELAND / 100architects

21:00 - 24 April, 2019
PIXELAND / 100architects, © Amey Kandalgaonkar
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Mianyang, Sichuan Province, China
  • Category

  • Lead Architects

    Marcial Jesús, Javier González
  • Design Team

    Stefanie Schramel, Marta Pinheiro, Lara Broglio, Mónica Páez, Keith Gong
  • Client

    DongYuan
  • Area

    1560.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2019
  • Photographs

100 Public Spaces: From Tiny Squares to Urban Parks

06:30 - 3 April, 2019
© DuoCai Photograph
© DuoCai Photograph

© Gianluca Stefani © Thomas Zaar © Tomasz Zakrzewski © Sebastien Michelini + 112

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The key to successfully designing or recovering public spaces is to achieve a series of ingredients that enhance their use as meeting places. Regardless of their scale, some important tips are designing for people's needs, the human scale, a mix of uses, multifunctionality and flexibility, comfort and safety, and integration to the urban fabric.

To give you some ideas on how to design urban furniture, bus stops, lookouts, bridges, playgrounds, squares, sports spaces, small parks and urban parks, check out these 100 notable public spaces.

Red Planet / 100architects

02:00 - 1 April, 2018
Red Planet / 100architects, © Amey Kandalgaonkar
© Amey Kandalgaonkar

© Amey Kandalgaonkar © Amey Kandalgaonkar © Amey Kandalgaonkar © Amey Kandalgaonkar + 22

  • Designer

  • Location

    Da Ning Lu, Zhabei Qu, Shanghai Shi, China
  • Category

  • Design Team

    Marcial Jesus, Javier Gonzalez, Eunice Tsa
  • Area

    245.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2017
  • Photographs