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Atrium Architects Design New Learning Commons for World's Largest Permafrost City

Russian practice Atrium Architects and Vostok+ have designed a new learning commons and public space in Yakutsk, the world's largest city built on continuous permafrost. Sited in the Republic of Sakha, the design is part of the largest administrative-territorial unit in the world with a territory of more than 3 million square kilometers in the far east of Russia. Building in a region known for diamonds and extreme climate, the project reinterprets Yakutsk's unique culture atop the frost.

SAKHA_Z. Image Courtesy of Atrium Architects & Vostok SAKHA_Z. Image Courtesy of Atrium Architects & Vostok SAKHA_Z. Image Courtesy of Atrium Architects & Vostok SAKHA_Z. Image Courtesy of Atrium Architects & Vostok + 16

Systems to Incorporate Natural Lighting in Your Projects

There is nothing more rational than taking advantage of natural lighting as a guarantee to improve the spatial quality of buildings, as well as saving energy. The awareness of the finitude of natural resources and the demands for reducing energy consumption has increasingly diminished the prominence of artificial lighting systems, forcing architects to seek more efficient design solutions. With this goal in mind, different operations have been adopted to capture natural light.

These systems can also guarantee excellent spatial properties if projected correctly. Below we have gathered five essential systems for zenithal lighting.

KAAN Architecten Designs New Facades For Munich's iCampus

Netherlands based KAAN Architecten won R&S Realty II’s competition to design three office building facades for Munich’s new iCampus. Located in the Werksviertel district, the project adds a contemporary layer to this creative, industrial neighborhood.

RKW Architektur + strove to represent today’s creative industry through transparent loft spaces in the design of office buildings named Alpha, Beta, and Gamma. KAAN’s facades for the buildings maintain the architectural identity while being their own distinctive elements.

Dave & Bella Headquarters / LYCS Architecture

首层通廊. Image © Qingshan Wu 中庭之三. Image © Qingshan Wu 穿越庭院一角. Image © Qingshan Wu 南立面入口. Image © Qingshan Wu + 15

Hangzhou, China
  • Architects Authors of this architecture project LYCS Architecture
  • Area Area of this architecture project
    7500.0 m2
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    2017