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Tillamook Creamery / Olson Kundig

17:00 - 24 June, 2019
Tillamook Creamery / Olson Kundig, © Matthew Millman
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Tillamook, Oregón 97141, United States
  • Category

  • Design Team

    Tom Kundig, Alan Maskin, Marlene Chen, Ming-Lee Yuan, Michelle Arab, Laina Navarro, Daniel Renner, Jerome Tryon, Phil Turner, Juan Ferreira, ChiaLin Ma, Francesca Krisli
  • Area

    42800.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2018
  • Photographs

Queen’s Lane Pavilion / Carney Logan Burke Architects

17:00 - 29 April, 2019
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BO Bartlett Center / Olson Kundig

16:00 - 19 December, 2018
BO Bartlett Center / Olson Kundig, © Matthew Millman
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The Austin / Edmonds + Lee Architects

19:00 - 19 October, 2018
The Austin / Edmonds + Lee Architects, © Matthew Millman
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Touch It, Smell It, Feel It: Architecture for the Senses

07:00 - 15 October, 2018
Arakawa + Gins' Bioscleave House in East Hampton, New York used non-orthogonal geometries, undulating floors, and even isolation pods in their experiments to create architecture's that would "stop ageing." Image via Metropolis Magazine. Image Courtesy of Dimitris Yeros, © 2008 Estate of Madeline Gins, Reproduced with permission of the estate of Madeline Gins
Arakawa + Gins' Bioscleave House in East Hampton, New York used non-orthogonal geometries, undulating floors, and even isolation pods in their experiments to create architecture's that would "stop ageing." Image via Metropolis Magazine. Image Courtesy of Dimitris Yeros, © 2008 Estate of Madeline Gins, Reproduced with permission of the estate of Madeline Gins

This article was originally published on Metropolis Magazine as "Architecture You Can Smell? A Brief History of Multisensory Design."

What comes to mind when you encounter the term “sensory design”? Chances are it is an image: a rain room, a funky eating utensil, a conspicuously textured chair. But the way things actually feel, smell, even taste, is much harder to capture. This difficulty points to how deeply ingrained the tyranny of vision is. Might the other senses be the keys to unlocking broader empirical truths? Does the ocular-centric bias of art, architecture, and design actually preclude a deeper collective experience?

How to Make a Facade with Recycled Materials: 16 Notable Examples

12:00 - 30 September, 2018
How to Make a Facade with Recycled Materials: 16 Notable Examples, © Lukas Pelech
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Cortesía de MAP Cortesía de Project.DWG + LOOS.FM Cortesía de Wang Shu, Amateur Architecture Studio © Quang Tran + 33

With the aim of supporting architects to become active agents of sustainable design, this week we present a selection of facades that incorporate different recycled materials. Beyond the typical uses of plastic and glass, in this article, you will find innovative materials such as mattress springs, ice cream containers, plastic chairs, and recycled waste from agricultural and industrial products. A look at 16 remarkable projects using recycled materials to create an attractive facade.

Under Armour Connected Fitness / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

20:00 - 21 August, 2018
Under Armour Connected Fitness / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, © Matthew Millman
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  • Architects

  • Location

    San Francisco, CA, United States
  • Category

  • Architect

    Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
  • Design Team

    Gregory Mottola, Douglas Speckhard, Reuben Alt, Sandy Lam, Helene Gregoire, Nicholas Backal
  • Area

    50000.0 ft2
  • Photographs

JD2 / Carney Logan Burke

13:00 - 18 August, 2018
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RCR Compound / Carney Logan Burke

13:00 - 12 August, 2018
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Blue Bottle South Park / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

17:00 - 26 July, 2018
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  • Architects

  • Location

    2 S Park St, San Francisco, CA 94107, United States
  • Category

  • Principal

    Greg Mottola, FAIA
  • Project Manager

    Christopher Orsega, AIA
  • Designer

    Alex Gregor
  • Area

    1200.0 ft2
  • Photographs

Backyard Cabin Experiments With 3D-Printed Tiles as a Facade Material

09:30 - 18 March, 2018
Backyard Cabin Experiments With 3D-Printed Tiles as a Facade Material, The cabin is integrated into the landscape thanks to the hundreds of succulents and air plants that comprise the facade and are held by the 3D-printed hexagonal planter tiles. 3D-printed chairs and tables, also designed by Emerging Objects, serve as both indoor and outdoor furniture. Image © Matthew Millman
The cabin is integrated into the landscape thanks to the hundreds of succulents and air plants that comprise the facade and are held by the 3D-printed hexagonal planter tiles. 3D-printed chairs and tables, also designed by Emerging Objects, serve as both indoor and outdoor furniture. Image © Matthew Millman

This article was originally published by The Architect's Newspaper as "Cutting-edge 3-D-printing pushes construction boundaries in an Oakland cabin."

The 3D-printed Cabin of Curiosities is a research endeavor and “proof of concept” investigation into the architectural possibilities of upcycling and custom 3D-printed claddings as a response to 21st-century housing needs.

This exploratory project is an output of Bay Area-based additive manufacturing startup Emerging Objects, founded by Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello, who are professors at the University of California Berkeley and San Jose State University, respectively. They also co-founded the architecture studio Rael San Fratello, whose work primarily focuses on architecture as a cultural endeavor.

The Chroma Curl wall is made of 3D-printed bio-plastic derived from corn. The textured surface creates a floral pattern throughout the interior. Image © Matthew Millman The clays used for the tiles are fired at a high temperature resulting in low porosity. Because the clay is recycled from a pottery studio, there is color differentiation in the surface. Image © Matthew Millman The seed stitch tiles explore the use of custom code to form a textured pattern that creates a micro-shading effect. Image © Matthew Millman Over 4,500 3D-printed ceramic tiles clad the majority of the building. The calibrated inconsistencies and material behavior make each tile unique. Ever changing shadows transform the cabin’s surface throughout the day as each seed stitch tile is gently curved to receive the sun and cast shadows. Image © Matthew Millman + 11

Crescent Drive / Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects

20:00 - 2 December, 2017
Crescent Drive / Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects, © Matthew Millman
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Wine Country Farmhouse / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

09:05 - 2 October, 2017
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In Situ / Aidlin Darling Design

20:00 - 2 September, 2017
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Cloverdale Residence / Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects

16:00 - 14 June, 2017
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Quintessa Pavilions / Walker Warner Architects

13:00 - 18 May, 2017

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Studio Gang, SANAA Among Winners of 2017 AIA Institute Honor Awards

13:05 - 17 January, 2017
Studio Gang, SANAA Among Winners of 2017 AIA Institute Honor Awards

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) have named 18 architectural and interior projects as recipients of the 2017 Institute Honor Awards, the profession’s highest recognition for excellence in design.

According to the AIA, “the 2017 Architecture program celebrates the best contemporary architecture regardless of budget, size, style, or type. These stunning projects show the world the range of outstanding work architects create and highlight the many ways buildings and spaces can improve our lives.”

The awarded projects were selected from nearly 700 submissions. The winners will be honored at the 2017 AIA National Convention in Orlando.

Trader Studio Addition / Carney Logan Burke Architects

13:00 - 8 January, 2017
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