New architecture projects by Architonic https://www.architonic.com/en/project-feed New architecture projects by Architonic https://www.architonic.com/en/project-feed https://image.architonic.com/arc_black.jpg en Tue, 12 Dec 2017 21:29:50 +0100 Apartment AMC by rar.studio | Living space https://www.architonic.com/en/project/rar-studio-apartment-amc/5105493 Mon, 11 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The apartment is located in one of the blocks making up Terraços de Bragança: the set of buildings designed by Álvaro Siza Vieira in Lisbon’s Chiado district that completed construction in 2004. Working within the scope of a Siza Vieira project represents a difficultly desirable challenge. The inexorable weight of the inherent responsibility runs in parallel to a sense of pointlessness of intervening within a framework that requires no such work. We thus focused on the needs, desires and expectations of the client. The apartment area was to be maximised. To this end, we eliminated the technical cabinets and their ventilation infrastructures existing throughout the bathrooms, bedrooms, the corridor, the living room and the storage room, which were relocated behind the suspended ceiling. Furthermore the spatial structure was maintained while repositioning only the door accessing the living room and removing the wall that closed off the dining room. The dark wooden floor tiling, i… continue

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House in Ohue by Daisaku Hanamoto Architect & Associates | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/daisaku-hanamoto-architect-amp-associates-house-in-ohue/5105492 Mon, 11 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 This house is located in the village where the old houses built irregulary along the slope. When I first saw this village, I was fascinate with the view. The view of all those old houses along the slop looked so neat and organized, and also the ridgeline of the mountain and sky looked so clear and beautiful. When I designed this house I made sure to match with surroundings environment. Triky part of this site was the shape. This site’s shape was irregular and there were some steps. Therefore, I divided this house into three volume so the house could fit in the site’s shape without be bigger than other houses. The characteristic roof blends well with roof gradient of the neighbour houses, and also harmonized with the ridigeline of the mountains. The residence of this house can feel the relationship with those old houses, mountains and sky. Daisaku Hanamoto Architect & Associates continue

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ZOTAFO Spa by Zheng Xiang Design | Spa facilities https://www.architonic.com/en/project/zheng-xiang-design-zotafo-spa/5105491 Mon, 11 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100  “The scenery is as beautiful as a painting; mountains far away are mirrored on the water as if they are very close .” Surrounded by the beautiful natural landscape in the historical town of Huanyao, the project features the characteristic local gables facing the street, where plain colors like black and white are harmoniously integrated in the architectural context. The shape of the gable draws the outline of the skyline of the town, becoming a cultural and poetic landscape. The design is inspired by the natural landscape formed from the local karst landform. Zheng Xiang Design makes the reflection of mountains in the green and clear water as the central axis of the interior design. In the meantime, the design elements in ancient Lingnan architecture are used in the entire space, making visitors feel like being in a Lingnan wonderland that appears in ink paintings. At the entrance, the main materials are local common wood and stone, which are interspersed with each other. The re… continue

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Dual House by Axelrod Design | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/axelrod-design-dual-house/5105490 Mon, 11 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 A duplex house located in a small neighborhood north of Tel-Aviv, Israel, resides two families of close friends. The goal was to design two different single family houses, each with its own unique plan, and still maintain a unified and coherent architectural element. Axelrod Design continue

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Rеsidence GRAND-PIC by Appareil architecture | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/appareil-architecture-rsidence-grand-pic/5105489 Fri, 08 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Inspired by traditional shapes and the surrounding nature, the chalet design is a unique architecture tailor-made for its residents. The owners wanted a warm space, fit to host family and friends, in harmony with the environment, a space that breathes fresh air and replenishment. The GRAND PIC cottage offers, through simplicity and sober physicality, a unique experience of symbiosis between nature and architecture. The design of the cottage results from a sensitive reading of the magnificent woods in which it is located. Before even starting to imagine the project, the objective was to let ourselves be guided and inspired by the terrain’s characteristics. This experience of the terrain, from the very start, allowed us to seize all the potential of the different ambiances that were present. These ambiances directed the APPAREIL architecture team’s work. Each move was influenced by a desire to optimise the space’s intrinsic qualities. Upon arrival at the site, beyond the building,… continue

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Restaurant OX by Studio Joanna Laajisto | Restaurant interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/studio-joanna-laajisto-restaurant-ox/5105488 Fri, 08 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 OX founders Teemu Aura, Markus Hurskainen, Anders Westerholm and Matti Sarkkinen have condensed their passions and know-how into a restaurant of dreams. A quality that the crew shares is surpassing oneself. We had a clear vision of the sort of restaurant we wanted to form. We wanted an interior element so strong that it would linger in minds. It was clear that we would reach this goal once our long-term collaborator Joanna Laajisto presented her plan. She is also behind the amazing interior of our restaurant Story, Anders Westerholm says. Interior architect Joanna Laajisto crafted a plan of corrugated metal panels covering all walls, toned with a cool mint green. Laajisto's bold proposal was an instant click with the owners. The corrugated metal together with the lighting structures combine to create a magical atmosphere and also works well to bring acoustic harmony to the space. Lighting was of great importance at OX. Several sconces grace the walls, creating patterns on the… continue

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Anna Meares Velodrome by Cox Architects | Sports arenas https://www.architonic.com/en/project/cox-architects-anna-meares-velodrome/5105487 Fri, 08 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 "It's a beautiful track. It's going to create a wonderful atmosphere for the Commonwealth Games 2018." Anna Meares, one of Australia’s most decorated Olympians, on the opening of the Anna Meares Velodrome, in November 2016. Designed by Cox Architecture and completed twelve months ahead of schedule, the Anna Meares Velodrome is a world-class venue featuring an international competition standard 250 metre timber cycling track, with its facilities catering for a range of cyclists and a number of indoor court sports. The Velodrome is adjacent to an outdoor BMX track, creating a cycling-specific precinct both for elite athletes and the community. Cox has arranged the building to create a public plaza between the velodrome and the BMX track that serves both facilities ensures its use all year-round. It will be a centrepiece venue for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, along with two other Cox-designed venues, the Cairns Convention Centre (basketball) and the Gold Cost Aquatic Centre (swimming a… continue

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Yaoyue Restaurant by Xiamen Fancy Design & Decoration | Restaurant interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/xiamen-fancy-design-amp-decoration-yaoyue-restaurant/5105486 Fri, 08 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Located in a zone of old factories, Yaoyue Restaurant was once an unused terrace. Different from the noisy city outside, the designer wants to integrate nature and industry style together and creates a “floating green island in the city”. The planar graph of the restaurant looks like the letter L, which enables the users to see different views when they change their steps. The whole space can be divided into three kinds of spaces: the outdoor space, the public space and the compartments. Designer uses bamboo chips and plants as the main elements. Before construction, workers planted climbing vines. Therefore, when the case was done, the climbing vines has already covered the filter and cast a green shadow over the restaurant. When the sun shines across the bamboo chips, the filter and the climbing vines, the light and shadow will change randomly according to the variation of time, weather and the trace of walking. Moreover, the murmur of water in the outside pool gives the users mul… continue

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The National Museum by KOKO3 | Shop interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/koko3-the-national-museum/5105485 Fri, 08 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 A large collection of Finnish history has its home in the significant national-romantic building designed by the famous architects Herman Gesellius, Armas Lindgren and Eliel Saarinen. The National Museum of Finland stands on the noisy Mannerheimintie but as a calming contrast it’s surrounded by a peaceful garden. The Museum was opened for the public in 1916. A newly reformed brand identity and a service design process gave a clear direction to the concept alongside the historical architecture of the building. The plan was to answer to the needs of serving different groups of people and strengthening the visitor experience. The spaces were designed more welcoming and open for all kinds of museum activities and events. The museum shop is located in the old vaulted Pre-historical exhibition space. Playfully shaped folding screens divide a pop-up exhibition area from the shop itself. A picturesque space with a view towards Töölönlahti can be found on the second floor. The space is… continue

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Tunbridge Winter Cabin by New Affiliates | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/new-affiliates-tunbridge-winter-cabin/5105484 Thu, 07 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Architect Jaffer Kolb (one half of New Affiliates with Ivi Diamantopoulou), jointly bought a 65 acre parcel of land with his mother, Sughra Raza, and sister, Anjuli Kolb, in Tunbridge, a tiny town in the Green Mountains of Vermont in 2016. The impetus was to create an organic retreat to spend more time with family, as well as a platform to nurture the creative collaborations that are continuously brewing among the three of them, Jaffer and Anjuli’s respective partners, and other friends and family members. The land is broken into two pieces by a dirt road, and most of it is under conservation, making the family more stewards of the land than owners. The decision to first build a hybrid house and studio reflects the plurality of interests represented in the family’s endeavors. Jaffer’s mother is is a Boston-based radiologist specializing in breast cancer but she is also a painter; Anjuli and her partner Walter are professors at Williams College, Jaffer’s partner Ryan is a creative d… continue

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Bed-Stuy Loft by New Affiliates | Living space https://www.architonic.com/en/project/new-affiliates-bed-stuy-loft/5105483 Thu, 07 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Located in a former industrial space, the transformative interior renovation of Bed-Stuy Loft includes a restrained design which incorporates unfinished rough materials and muted blocks of color into the existing open-plan apartment. New architectural elements, including exposed steel, raw plywood, and expanded mesh screens, both conceal and reveal areas throughout, creating a series of distinct spaces for living, working and sleeping. The added elements playfully interact with two large existing columns positioned near the edge of the space, which serve as a terminating boundary for the design. Their architectural intervention either keeps an intimate gap that mimics the outline of the column, or hugs it. Inspired by the contrast between minimalist geometries and rough materials these adjacencies of existing and new elements preserve the clean, light, continuous environment and maximize usable space without appearing overly refined. Notable details include hand-selected plywood wi… continue

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High House by Delordinaire | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/delordinaire-high-house/5105482 Thu, 07 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 For the ‘High House’, Delordinaire plays with the limit between interior and exterior, inviting people to gather in spaces immersed in nature. Elevated stilt constructions are typically used in warm climates and flood zones. This energy efficient winter chalet uses stilt typology to create a protected ground floor area with an outdoor stove. Providing an unusual space where residents can be amongst nature and the snowy exterior, while still enjoying some protection from the elements. The stilt typology raises the house above the surrounding tree line giving it an uninterrupted view of the Mont Saint Anne from the lounge, as well as a striking overall aesthetic. It also allows sunshine to directly enter the house at all hours of the day. The clean, sharp lines and volumes are achieved through the use of white concrete panel cladding and corrugated steel roof panels. On a cloudy, snowy day, the house blends into the white landscape almost disappearing, and on summers day the minimal… continue

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The Phoenix by Carney Logan Burke | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/carney-logan-burke-the-phoenix/5105481 Thu, 07 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 In Greek mythology, a phoenix (Ancient Greek: φοῖνιξ phoinix; Latin: phoenix, phœnix, fenix) is a long-lived bird that is cyclically regenerated or reborn. Associated with the Sun, a phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor... The Phoenix is the rebirth of an Architects' family retreat destroyed by a forest fire.  Located in central Wyoming on a south facing slope within an aspen and pine forest, the original building was a classic log cabin with a gable roof. The cabin was constructed in the late 70's on a building pad scratched out of the slope within the floor of the forest. In 2013, human-caused fire swept through the southern slopes of Casper Mountain destroying the forest and 36 structures. The architect’s family retreat was lost. In 2016, the Phoenix rose on the site of the former cabin... In response to family patterns of use in the old building, the program for the Phoenix was re-considered. On a site with challenging accessibility, no e… continue

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La Louve by Atelier Pierre Thibault | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/atelier-pierre-thibault-la-louve/5105480 Thu, 07 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 To highlight the site's characteristics, La Louve is organized according to two distinct ambiances. Towards the mountain, the simple volume rests against the bedrock, while to the forest side, it is perched on slender pilotis hidden amongst the trees. The organization of the home's public areas is an enfilade that culminates with an outdoor room, raised at the level of the trees. This layout for common areas fosters family life while providing views to the landscape. Between the screen porch and the interior living room, the architects included a massive board-formed concrete fireplace. It is used for the indoor and outdoor space, as it has openings on both sides. The other portion of the home contains three children's bedrooms that share a bathroom. The corridor leading to them widens in certain areas, providing small nooks for play or reading. The kid's rooms extend onto a landing illuminated by a large skylight, bringing in abundant natural light. The master suite occupi… continue

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Saint-Adolphe-d'Howard by Jean Verville architecte | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/jean-verville-architecte-saint-adolphe-d-039howard/5105479 Thu, 07 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Captivating, but above all ingenious, the project eloquently illustrates the fertile and insightful contribution resulting from the great collusion between architect Jean Verville and his clients. The rehabilitation of this A-frame reflects the method of the architect who, approaching the essence of his clients’ everyday life, leads them to scrutinize their daily habits as well as their real family needs to surpass their own limitation. With Jean Verville continues his reflections on compact domestic spaces transgressing standardization. Challenging the initial hypothesis of lack of space, the architect opted instead for subtracting floor areas in favor of spatial quality. At the same time compressed and fragmented, stratified and unobstructed, the living area decreases from 950p2 to 690p2 (88 m2 à 64 m2 ) by intensively exploiting the densification of spaces. Of graphic nature, the vocabulary of results in a trigonometric poesy juggling with the emblematic A-frame triangular fi… continue

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House project in Building No. 67 of Zhengkai Olive City by Qianxun Decorative Art and Design Co. | Living space https://www.architonic.com/en/project/qianxun-decorative-art-and-design-co-house-project-in-building-no-67-of-zhengkai-olive-city/5105478 Thu, 07 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Life is a kind of experience. There are two kinds of people who have rich experiences. One prefers addition, this kind of people have childlike innocence and great attachment to objects. Each of their collection stands for a memory and a mood. The more the collection they have, the more fulfilling and productive life they live. The other one prefers subtraction, with the increase of experience, they become more gentle to people, but stricter to themselves. Knowledge, principles and tastes, all have established stable and clear boundaries through the years. Zhengkai Olive City is designed for the latter. In this project, Qianxun gives unique characters to the space, boldness which is not gaudy, cold elegance , and low-key confidence . It is an ordinary project with extraordinary design. Simple style with gray and white tones, the space appears clean and neat. The unique carpet has fine stripes and personalized geometric patterns with a soft dark orange, creating an elegant charm. And… continue

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Bamboo Forest on the Roof by Hu Quanchun | Club interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/hu-quanchun-bamboo-forest-on-the-roof/5105477 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The location of this project is very special — on the roof of a huge shopping mall.Our client wants to build a small building here for recreation and receiving friends.This shopping mall is located in the CBD of the city.Due to its huge size, there are various forms of business in it, including shopping, catering and entertainment, while its consumers are from all classes of the society.It is extremely prosperous and busy here, and it is full of attraction and fun.Our design is inspired by this unique field condition—to create a place which is totally different from the noisy surroundings.The effect we aim to achieve is that, when visitors pass the noisy busy streets and arrive at the roof, they get into a pure space, which is in great contrast with the surrounding spaces. This project is on the east side of the roof of the shopping mall.It is a U-shaped space enclosed by rooms with different functions.The project is not big, covering a floor area of 320 square meters and a buildin… continue

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Room of the Future by Kolenik | Living space https://www.architonic.com/en/project/kolenik-room-of-the-future/5105476 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 <b>‘More than ever, our homes need to be a place where we can find rest.’</b> AMSTERDAM – Luxury, warmth and the cradle-to-cradle principle: for years these have been interior designer Robert Kolenik’s starting points. And his next step is very much in line with these. Technology is the fourth design principle, ranging from PH-meters in the toilet to green living walls in the bedroom. This is Kolenik’s Room of the Future. In his Room of the Future, Robert Kolenik demonstrates how a home can deliver exactly the right impulses to its occupant. The interior is optimally designed according to his Eco Chic essentials - luxury, warmth and the cradle-to-cradle principle. The technology Kolenik is harnessing as his fourth design principle means that the home works for you and underpins your health. Kolenik explains: “Because of the huge quantity of impressions that we take in every day, it is becoming increasingly important that our homes should be places where we can find rest. We need… continue

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Tao Hua Yuan by CL3 | Café interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/cl3-tao-hua-yuan/5105475 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Tea absorbs the spirit of the universe, appealing to men of letters throughout the ages. As a tea house to promote Chinese culture of tea drinking, while being innovative, Taohuayuan seeks to meet demands of modern life. The design utilized a quite Zen esthetic and simple style to bring a tranquil and free space to the bustling city. The building is in a clear outline of single rectangles, tucked away in the forest just like a masterpiece of nature. While marble is strong and steady, the glass is clear and pure, thus the facade harmoniously combines hardness and softness, as well as virtual and real, giving the house a contemporary look. The interior becomes the extension of the architecture; simple materials such as wood, bamboo and marble are used together with concise lines to create Zen tranquility. The overall palette remains simple and soft, incorporating traditional elements like scholar rocks, lanterns, paintings and works of art to create a tranquil environment that is one… continue

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House in Soto del Real by Alberich-Rodríguez Arquitectos | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/alberich-rodriguez-arquitectos-house-in-soto-del-real/5105474 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The work was about projecting a familiar dwelling of a conventional programming, destined to a couple with two children, in a typical residential area of the Madrid mountain range, an environment without qualification. In this sense we decided to give a recognizable piece to this disorganized, or better said heterogeneous, area of suburbia without any architectural interest. As Moreno Galván wrote: "Buildings are created with a particular purpose. But architecture is made from a situation, an understanding of things, an image of the world." The scale of the building, as well as the impossibility of purposing spaces of a public character that generated relations between themselves, made us direct our proposal towards the design of a piece with a strong geometric presence, self-absorbed, able to affirm its presence versus the heterogeneous  residential nonsense  of the surroundings. Its strict geometry, meant in terms of clear organization, serves for designing precise and pure bod… continue

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Lareau Headquarter by Maurice Martel | Office buildings https://www.architonic.com/en/project/maurice-martel-lareau-headquarter/5105473 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 To suit in while standing out is the challenge raised at the new headquarters Lareau insurance office. Settling in a rural area without aesthetic qualities, the project aims to inspire the beauty and encourage this industrial area to change by hosting more projects sensitive to design. The two separate volumes reflect the architectural program that separates the workspaces from the common areas. The first building with a double sloped roof has 50 offices on two floors. For employees who spend a lot of their time on the phone, sound insulation was primary to provide a pleasant and productive work environment. The majority of offices are enclosed to meet this need. The choice to make the cathedral ceiling apparent, made possible by an external insulation of the roof, allows the space to breathe in height and gives the impression of small volumes of work to float. This impression of weightlessness is accentuated by a natural and uncluttered interior design: white walls, grey concrete continue

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Case study: Shapes. Installation video by Architonic Digital Studio | Prototypes https://www.architonic.com/en/project/architonic-digital-studio-case-study-shapes-installation-video/5105472 Tue, 05 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Shapes ‘Summera’ pendant lamp is a German Design Award 2017 winner. The installation of the lamp to the ceiling is made simple via a patented magnetic click-system. How to show this to the end-customer? We created an installation video that shows, in 50 seconds, how it works. The video shows, in an elegant way, one of the key elements of the lamps’ design, thus supporting the effectiveness of selling this lamp via digital channels. Architonic Digital Studio continue

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Case study: Norr11 full product range by Architonic Digital Studio | Prototypes https://www.architonic.com/en/project/architonic-digital-studio-case-study-norr11-full-product-range/5105471 Tue, 05 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Norr11 has a great online product portfolio made of classic design collections reinterpreted with innovation. Their furniture reflects a heritage stemming from the Danish Modern movement of the mid-1900s: clean design, pure lines, natural materials and excellent craftsmanship. Each upholstery piece comes in a beautiful range of high class leathers. The problem was, however, that most of these upholsteries were not visible. We digitized their products into photo realistic 3D-models, we digitized the leathers and rendered cut-out photos on white background of all these versions. Understanding the customers’ right to ‘see it before they buy it’ very well, Norr11 has extended its portfolio with glossy product photos, in all versions. Architonic Digital Studio continue

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Case study: Hästens. Inspirational mood image by Architonic Digital Studio | Prototypes https://www.architonic.com/en/project/architonic-digital-studio-case-study-hastens-inspirational-mood-image/5105470 Tue, 05 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Hästens bed needed the right mood image to communicate its strongest feature: its comfort. Instead of focusing on the bed, whose comfort is self-explanatory, we decided to focus our efforts on recreating the same comfort feeling around the bed itself. We first 3d modeled the product and the textiles and than shaped a peaceful, natural and calm context, where the bed stands in the center of the image and emanates its comforting feeling all around. Architonic Digital Studio continue

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Case study: BURRI. Effective marketing material by Architonic Digital Studio | Prototypes https://www.architonic.com/en/project/architonic-digital-studio-case-study-burri-effective-marketing-material/5105469 Tue, 05 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Burri, leader company in urban furnishing, came to us with a few ideas, on how to improve their marketing material both off- and online. We first 3d-modeled the products and the surfaces and than produced mood images, where products are inserted in inspirational environments, and detailed cut-outs of the products. The first ones got inserted into a printed brochure, whereas the second ones are employed online, as exhaustive descriptive images of their product offer. Architonic Digital Studio continue

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Hue Hotel by CAZA (Carlos Arnaiz Architects) | Hotels https://www.architonic.com/en/project/caza-carlos-arnaiz-architects-hue-hotel/5105468 Tue, 05 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Our ambition was to rethink the concept of a boutique hotel and tropical architecture for the 21st century. Embracing the lush climate, but drawing attention inward, the bulbous design comprises a stack of interlocking rings producing a continual, rhythmic cycle of entertainment and relaxation through terraces, roof gardens, and hotel amenities. The experience moves from communal, recreational spaces in the central enclosure to a collection of bespoke guest rooms along the upper reaches of the building. Luana Hotels CAZA (Carlos Arnaiz Architects) Architect Of Record: Nsi Architecture Planner Consultancy Project Team: Carlos Arnaiz, Laura Del Pino, Shelby Ponce, Tzu-yin Wang, Yvonne Demitra Konstantinidis, Alex Tseng General Contractor: Cavdeal Consultants: Sean Bryner S. Rey continue

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Republica 358 by Hype Studio | Office buildings https://www.architonic.com/en/project/hype-studio-republica-358/5105467 Tue, 05 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The idea of renovating the 1917 townhouse and make it Hype Studio's new headquarters came in the end of 2015. It seemed like the perfect place to put into practice the concepts we believe and pursue in our work. It was the opportunity to create a work space integrated with the vibrant urban life of Cidade Baixa, a bohemian neighborhood deeply connected with Hype Studio's history. We invited Café Republica - a cafe that already existed in another building of the same street and had in its essence an urban identity - to form a partnership, opening their second unit on the ground floor of the townhouse. The invitation was accepted, and soon after the space focused on the appreciation of the coffee culture through techniques of preparation with special grains began to take shape. The union of Hype Studio and Café República Cup officially created República 358, whose proposal consists on integrating different uses and offering the neighborhood a place that celebrates urban life - lot… continue

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The Beekman by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio | Hotel interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/martin-brudnizki-design-studio-the-beekman/5105466 Mon, 04 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The Beekman, the hotly anticipated Thompson Hotel, opened last year. Designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio (MBDS), the hotel is poised to become the destination for New Yorkers and its visitors in Lower Manhattan’s vibrant neighbourhood. The rich architectural story of the 1881 Temple Court guided the design of the hotel. From its distinctive Queen Anne exterior, to the Bretonian beauty of the dilapidated Victorian interior found inside, The Beekman has such provenance. Building on from the historic roots, The Studio created a new story and dialogue through the use of exquisite materials, rich tones and a plethora of curiosities, continuing The Beekman’s legacy as one of New York’s last architectural treasures. Upon arrival guests are greeted with a sense of familiarity yet with an edge of intrigue through the novel use of pattern and texture. A black and white marble mosaic floors in a hexagonal pattern leads to a reception desk upholstered in a patchwork of colourful rugs, fur… continue

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Casa Fayette by DIMORESTUDIO | Hotel interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/dimorestudio-casa-fayette/5105465 Mon, 04 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 In the heart of La Fayette, one of the oldest neighborhoods of Guadalajara, Grupo Habita introduces its new hotel, Casa Fayette, entirely curated by DIMORESTUDIO. The spaces are characterised by a Déco approach, with clear references to design from the ‘40s, contaminated by imagery of a strong Tropicalia inspiration. The bright use of colours is evident throughout the hotel. Sage and light green, powder and salmon pink, wine red and burgundy, light grey and anthracite, nutwood and orange, light and navy blue, black and white, are used in different areas either as a finishing or hinted at by the materials’ natural colour. The entrance and the common areas are set in the building that was once an old colonial house. The atmosphere is colorful and joyful from the entrance: walls painted in sage green and salmon pink, the small armchairs in the restaurant are upholstered with green palms print on light blue linen with long golden silk fringe; the bar counter is made of a light pink R… continue

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North Sea by Bergdesign Architecture | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/bergdesign-architecture-north-sea/5105464 Mon, 04 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Berg Design was approached by retired, empty nesters whose primary residence at Howard Beach was devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Their decision to build a new beach house on the North Folk represented a new beginning. Hurricane Sandy had taught the couple to be brave in the face of adversity and to place less value on material possessions. With these important lessons in mind and broad instructions for a "modern, sleek beach house", a residence with interlocking interior and exterior space was designed that seamlessly connected to the landscape. At roughly 2500 square feet, the home has an astounding 4 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a home office, double height living room, kitchen and dining area, including a 32 feet wide sliding glass door opening and small swimming pool. The extremely tight building size, siting restraints from local zoning and state coastal codes were the design team’s greatest challenges but also informed the design principles for the house. The house is so c… continue

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Private Residence, Frederiksberg Allé by Kjær Architecture | Living space https://www.architonic.com/en/project/kjaer-architecture-private-residence-frederiksberg-alle/5105463 Mon, 04 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Kjær Architecture has designed the refurbishment and transformation of an Copenhagen office space, turning it into its original purpose as a private residence. Through the refurbishment, the 300 sq. m. residence has become a functional home of modern comfort with original, restored details and new specially designed features including an informal dining and kitchen area with room for social events. Kjær Architecture Styling: Sofie Brunner continue

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pa1925 by zanderroth architekten | Apartment blocks https://www.architonic.com/en/project/zanderroth-architekten-pa1925/5105462 Mon, 04 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 With the recently completed new residential complex at the Pasteurstrasse in the district of Prenzlauer Berg in Berlin, zanderrotharchitekten are showing a contemporary form of inner-city re-compacting. Realized as a joint venture with 51 residential units, the ensemble consists of four buildings of different sizes and integrates the previously freestanding supermarket into the front building. This new residential complex is located on Pasteurstrasse, a street in the quiet Bötzowkiez area of Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg. Realized as a joint venture between its future residents, this project comprises of ffty-one units spread across four separate buildings. The complex stands on a site previously occupied by a freestanding supermarket, which has been seamlessly integrated into the ground floor of the building facing the street. The project thereby closes a gap in the block, engaging in a retroactive densifcation of the inner city—but also, above all, repairing a damaged urban fabric. A con… continue

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Hotel Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg by Villeroy & Boch reference projects | Manufacturer references https://www.architonic.com/en/project/villeroy-amp-boch-reference-projects-hotel-elbphilharmonie-hamburg/5105461 Fri, 01 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 LANDMARK WITH “INNER” QUALITIES. WHERE THE ELBPHILHARMONIE PROVIDES A SILENT RETREAT The Elbphilharmonie is now open and the critical voices have quickly turned into a cheering orchestra. The world of architecture agrees – Herzog & de Meuron has created a masterpiece. But not only the quality of the building from the outside is what people notice. The transparent façade also caters for special moments inside. The floor-to-ceiling windows especially in the bathrooms in the Westin Hotel offer unparalleled views over the busy port life. The hotel designer Tassilo Bost with his compelling concept has laid the foundation for guests to have an unforgettable experience in the bathrooms. Background information Elbphilharmonie Hamburg The Elbphilharmonie Hamburg opened its doors at the beginning of the year after a ten-year construction period. The renowned Swiss office Herzog & de Meuron has created a new landmark together with Hochtief, the general contractor. To get into this imposing b… continue

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Microsoft Flux by KOKO3 | Office facilities https://www.architonic.com/en/project/koko3-microsoft-flux/5105460 Fri, 01 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 <b>Come play and create the next Finnish phenomena</b> Microsoft Flux is a Finnish startup community that helps startups and freelancers by giving them access to free network, high tech devices, coaches, networking events and also – coffee! The community space works like a library or café so you can freely walk in. In case you need a meeting room for a more private appointment that can also be reserved. Flux is located in a jugend stone castle on Korkeavuorenkatu 35. A beautiful view to the historic fire station can be seen from the hall windows. Bright colors are used in furniture frames, sockets and textiles throughout the space, mixed with materials like velvet, brass, wooden surfaces and different type of panels. In Flux there are many ways of lounging: from an intimate pillow bay to a collective audience bench. Flux is a fun and experimental community to network and explore business ideas. It’s a fresh example of a new type of work environment in Helsinki. KOKO3 continue

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Fjord Helsinki Studio by Studio Joanna Laajisto | Office facilities https://www.architonic.com/en/project/studio-joanna-laajisto-fjord-helsinki-studio/5105459 Fri, 01 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 When Fjord, one of the world’s leading design and innovation consultancies, grew out of its Helsinki premises, it needed a new space that would reflect the Fjord brand and feel like home to its employees from around the world. Having worked with the Helsinki-based Studio Joanna Laajisto before, Fjord knew that they had found a designer who could translate Fjord brand characteristics into interior design principles. “Elegant, unconventional and human – those were the starting points of our design process. This is an office primarily made for employees to feel at home, and the wow factor for outsiders comes from what the space feels like, not merely from its looks,” says designer Joanna Laajisto who designed Fjord’s minimal and warm studio in central Helsinki. <b>From Finland, naturally</b> The 1000 m2 studio was furnished with natural materials of high quality: oak floors with sound-absorbing underlay, sisal carpets, and loads of plants. Light flows through the studio’s delicate… continue

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Sir Zelman Cowen Centre by Cox Architects | Universities https://www.architonic.com/en/project/cox-architects-sir-zelman-cowen-centre/5105458 Fri, 01 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 ‘Engaging curious minds’ is the Scotch College Science motto, thinking which became intrinsic to the design of the Sir Zelman Cowen Centre for Science for year 7-12 students. Shortlisted at the 2017 World Architecture Festival, the SZCCS includes 21 general science and specialist laboratories, student-lead research spaces, prep rooms, staff facilities, collaborative areas and an auditorium. The architecture supports the pedagogical program of Scotch College: integration of theoretical and practical learning which includes group, independent and tutor-supported learning. The building is a contemporary but sympathetic addition to the Campus. It comprises sandstone-clad pods floating on a limestone plinth and linked by glazed facades. Vertical stone louvres incorporate a sine-curve and a central void introduces light into the floor plate. The design brief was a building that would last 100 years. It's hoped that the Sir Zelman Cowen Centre for Science will prepare students for a li… continue

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BEI Function Space by Neri & Hu Design and Research Office | Trade fair & exhibition buildings https://www.architonic.com/en/project/neri-amp-hu-design-and-research-office-bei-function-space/5105457 Fri, 01 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Neri&Hu rehauls Opposite House’s BEI restaurant into “BEI Space” a multipurpose function room serving the increasing demand for meeting and event spaces in Beijing. While the typical function room in a hotel tends to be situated in dark enclosures with no natural light, the given site actually has an existing skylight. To fully utilize this asset, the design challenge becomes how to bring in as much light as possible to the space and how to subdue any sense of being underground. The resulting design concept, first, creates a landscape zone that is bathed in light, and second, inserts within it a luminous glass box. The terrazzo landscape starts from the elevated skylight along the existing southern edge of the site. The extent of the terrazzo landscape is articulated through a series of vertical terrazzo stratum, seemingly carved and sliced with precision to define this enveloping corridor. Guided by the direction of daylight, the terrazzo stratum runs in a uniform direction towards… continue

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RAGNAROCK by GRID System ApS reference projects | Manufacturer references https://www.architonic.com/en/project/grid-system-aps-reference-projects-ragnarock/5105456 Fri, 01 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The GRID System at RAGNAROCK – the museum for pop, rock and youth culture The modular GRID system is used in the interior of the gift shop and foyer of RAGNAROCK — the museum for pop, rock and youth culture. Designed by Danish COBE Architects and Dutch architects MVRDV and located in Roskilde, Denmark, the museum focuses on the development of youth culture in the 20th and 21st century. Upon opening in April 2016, the museum used the GRID system as display units, podiums, wardrobe lockers and seating systems. Minimalism and flexibility are key characteristics of GRID. The design is industrial, yet with an elegant look. The GRID system can be designed into diverse configurations and can be customised for specific purposes. Users can also take GRID configurations apart and redesign them into new installations, making GRID a flexible and eco-conscious system. Mobility is another key characteristic of the modular GRID system. A selection of the GRID units at RAGNAROCK’s install… continue

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A3 - Advanced Architecture Apartments by Starh | Apartment blocks https://www.architonic.com/en/project/starh-a3-advanced-architecture-apartments/5105455 Thu, 30 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 A3— Advanced Architecture Apartments are harmoniously incorporated into the context of their environment. Two starting points—the mountain and the city, set the overall architectural concept. The plot reserved for A3 is in the border area, where the city and the mountain overflow into one. Lines and clear borders are blurred in smooth and soft forms, allowing everyone to determine exactly where and how to perceive shape and space. Situated in one of the most contemporary areas of Sofia—Bulgaria Blvd., A3 is designed to be relevant, contextual and avant-garde. Some of the most modern and interesting buildings in Sofia are exactly here. On the other hand, a very dominant element of the environment is the mountain, peeking in the future building. The combination of these two powerful components results in a dynamic and modern shape of the building, without harming the function. It is divided into five volumes, linked in a common ensemble that defines its final shape. Each of the volume… continue

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Fiore Di Pietra by Mario Botta | Restaurants https://www.architonic.com/en/project/mario-botta-fiore-di-pietra/5105454 Thu, 30 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The new restaurant on the top of Monte Generoso graces the spot where an early twentiethcentury hotel once stood. The location is extraordinary: a small plateau overlooking the precipice on the north side of the mountain, characterised by a mighty rock with a steep 300-400 metre drop. The impressive rock formation was the deciding factor for creating the “stone flower” – an octagonal building with individual “petals”. On the east front this circular crown provides the space for an observation deck that follows the ridge of the mountain. The arrangement of the individual components (or “petals”) creates a group of five-storey towers that project out slightly, to close again on the upper floors. On the level of the rack railway station (ground level), a spacious entrance area with an entryway connects the exterior with the interior. The exhibition room, which can be accessed via the entryway, is home to information boards with the history of Monte Generoso and a model of the current b… continue

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Lorette Convent by dmvA | Apartment blocks https://www.architonic.com/en/project/dmva-lorette-convent/5105453 Thu, 30 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 By provoking action and reaction between past and present through the application of contemporary architecture, the remodeling of this entire block of buildings—including landmark buildings such as Hooghuys and the former Lorette convent—adheres to this evolutionary principle. The new development, Melano, is located between Hooghuys and Sweert. This apartment building deliberately leans towards Sweert and distances from Hooghuys, with a specific tension created by the cantilever on the first floor. The white brick architecture is a response to the partly lime-washed, partly plastered facade of Hooghuys and the classic uniform gables of Sweert. Covered terraces create a dialogue with the two-dimensionality of the historic facades on Drabstraat. In turn, integrated vertical lighting strips not only draw attention to the contemporary facade and, therefore, celebrate modern life, they also light the street and thereby dispense a contemporary idea of interaction with the public space.… continue

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Villa Bakkum by Moke Architecten | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/moke-architecten-villa-bakkum/5105452 Wed, 29 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Bakkum is a small village close to the coast just north of Amsterdam. At the edge of a large natural reserve and in between the trees Villa Bakkum was built. Villa Bakkum a minimalistic house with 3 wings that emerge in the surrounding nature. <b>Chalets</b> In 2010 the municipality decided to redevelop the former site of a psychiatric hospital into an area with housing designed in chalet style. Villa Bakkum is part of this development. The facades on the forest side were therefor designed in bamboo wood. On the other facades brick was applied in an extremely strong horizontal relief. This gives the building a strong texture and a highly tactile effect. <b>Three wings</b> The plan of the villa has three wings with the entrance and staircase in the central triangular space. Each wing has its own use; a living wing, a wing with an office space and a wing with the kitchen, dining room and garage. This setup pulls the exterior space in; from the living space one can perceive th… continue

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IDF Habitat by Piuarch | Office buildings https://www.architonic.com/en/project/piuarch-idf-habitat/5105451 Wed, 29 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The new IDF Habitat Headquarters in the Métropole du Grand Paris, designed by Piuarch, Stefano Sbarbati and Incet Ingénierie Extreme organizational flexibility, attention to environmental quality and an accurate interpretation of the setting: these were the requirements for the headquarters of IDF Habitat, the French company in charge of the development of social housing operations. In March 2017 IDF Habitat proudly announced its new address, 15 km from the heart of Paris. Designed by Piuarch, Stefano Sbarbati and Incet Ingénierie, the winners of a competition held in 2013, the Champigny-sur-Marne headquarters were inspired by the desire to create an efficient, functional complex, and above all one that stands as an indispensable element in the area’s transformation process. The building is in fact part of the so-called “ZAC des Bords de Marne,” an ambitious redevelopment program aimed at defining a new social, cultural and productive sector connected with the city, interpreting exp… continue

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Cultural Centre And Music School by Alberich-Rodríguez Arquitectos | Schools https://www.architonic.com/en/project/alberich-rodriguez-arquitectos-cultural-centre-and-music-school/5105450 Wed, 29 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The building site presents a trapezoidal shape quite similar to a regular polygon, with one of its ends curved, and the rest in angle. The building site is practically flat on its north half, and presents a pronounced slope on the south half. The building site's slope develops itself in a north-south direction with a total drop of approximately 4 meters. The views to the west from the high part of the site are splendid. The project consists on a multi-purpose building destined to be a Cultural Centre and a Music  School (a discipline that counts with a big number of students in Meco) with four levels corresponding to a basement floor, a semi basement, a ground level floor and a first floor, the latter in the northern centerline of the building. The building results in a compact plan that adapts itself to the geometry of the existing terrain and occupies its lower and southern part. Likewise, the building adapts to the existing topography in a steep slope, arranging its program of us… continue

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Engel House by CMC Architects | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/cmc-architects-engel-house/5105449 Tue, 28 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Location In a small community in the Western region of the Czech Republic, not far from the spa town of Karlovy Vary, this villa was designed as a recreational house for an accomplished man, his family and friends. The architect’s intention was essentially to assimilate the romantic context of this small village, posited just under the massive cliffs and ruins of a Gothic castle, where the town originated. Andelska Hora (originally in German Engelsburg), belongs to a protected area of the country, and sits above 600 meters in altitude. The local climate, as one could expect, has dramatic extremes. The concept of this villa evolved from traditional forms of Czech village living typologies, which include ‘saddle’ or A-frame roofs made from wood timber construction. The design brief was of course for a completely modern recreational villa, for both summer and winter seasons. The land plot is 2 163m2 and has ideal South orientation, approached from the North, with fabulous views o… continue

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Jardim do Sol House by Hype Studio | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/hype-studio-jardim-do-sol-house/5105447 Tue, 28 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The underground level has technical rooms, staff rooms and parking for 40 cars – in fact, it’s a small museum for the owner’s antique car collection. The ground floor has a huge open space with living and dining rooms, a home office, a home theater and the kitchen. Large sliding doors make it possible to hide or completely open the home theater and the kitchen to the living room. A separate building houses a space for entertainment and parties. The second floor has four en-suite bedrooms. The design uses two huge concrete walls on the sides to block the neighbors’ views to the house, granting privacy – same strategy used with for locating the entertainment space in the back of the site. The southern façade has double height glass windows, allowing the entire living room to enjoy beautiful views of Lake Guaíba. The northern façade has shadings and cantilevers that allow the control of direct sunlight – reason why all four bedrooms face the north. In the roof, a steel grid extends ab… continue

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House DM Chur by Felix Held Architekt | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/felix-held-architekt-house-dm-chur/5105446 Mon, 27 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 This house in concrete and dark wood creates a raw yet refined atmosphere. It was planned within a strict parameter of the City planning commission. The main facade in dark wood provides an insight into a large music room and a generous circulation space. This is the public street facade. The steel and wood staircase divides all floors in two different areas. Walkin through the house means perceiving the landscape on both sides, and it means walking through spaces with very different qualities. The main floor with bedrooms is doubled in size by a patio with swimming pool. This is the intimate side of the building, and a wonderful Zen like space. The living floor is set on a terrace, and has stunning views over the city of Chur. Built in wood, it has a warm atmosphere, and the large windows generate a penthouse feeling. Felix Held Architekt continue

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SÄM Asian Bar & Kitchen by Visionary Design Partners Helsinki | Restaurant interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/visionary-design-partners-helsinki-sam-asian-bar-amp-kitchen/5105445 Mon, 27 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Säm Asian Bar & Kitchen is a casual Asian-style restaurant run by Finland´s most renowned chef Mr. Hans Välimäki. Säm Asian Bar & Kitchen is located in the center of Helsinki. Säm offers modern but laid-back Asian tastes adapted to Finnish taste. Säm Asian Bar & Kitchen is perfectly located alongside beautiful and lush Esplanadi Park. The lush greenery and the green wall are also essential part of the interior design. The floor-to-ceiling windows allow lot´s of natural light into the space creating spacious environment. The bright and airy space bring to life the bold and playful interior. The interior is a harmonious combination of brass, marble and wood. The chairs and the barstools we used in this project are Finnish design from Made by Choice. The name of the chair is Laakso and the barstools is Halikko. The chairs were specially delivered in the partial natural wood and black color combination according to our unique interior design. The Laakso chair finished first place in th… continue

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EC Pavilion by Mesura | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/mesura-ec-pavilion/5105444 Mon, 27 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 In Can Esclapez, located in the countryside of Elche, any excuse is a good reason to celebrate anything. They know how to enjoy one of the most traditional and simple pleasures in the world: eat and taste the most delicious Mediterranean meal in the best environment, the family. The family has grown up and inner spaces are quite limited. The number of grandchildren increase and the garden gets packed. In addition to this fact which is undeniable, it’s the bad understanding of the traditional architecture, which rejects flexible spaces, and it’s characterized by spaces which have no relationship between inner and outer spaces, in other words, which are conceived as separated interior or exterior areas. Consequently, current celebrations in the countryside from Elche can only take place with good weather in those wide shadowy spaces, because inner areas are scarcely ever flexible and have no contact with the garden. Therefore, MESURA has been requested to give some advice in the… continue

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Hinoak by Biasol | Restaurant interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/biasol-hinoak/5105443 Fri, 24 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Craft, harmony and a delicate balance between built form and natural material underpin our design for Hinoak, a modern but authentic interpretation of the traditional Korean barbecue in Melbourne’s south-east. Our studio was commissioned for the project’s interiors and branding, inspired by traditional Chinese iconography. Our concept for the project took design cues from the elegant work of Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, exploring the relationship between humanity, nature and design. The result is an interior that is warm, cosy and intimate, filled with the intriguing play of light that filters through the slatted exterior. Our branding for the restaurant focused on the Chinese symbol for ‘fire’ – commonly used in Korean culture, this character has been cut into the external battening, recalling Korea’s fine craft traditions. The lightweight timber structure of the exterior sets the scene for the restaurant’s refined interior. The space is structured by two banks of timber tab… continue

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Cecil Store Concept by Studio Joanna Laajisto | Shop interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/studio-joanna-laajisto-cecil-store-concept/5105442 Fri, 24 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 A new store concept for clothing brand Cecil. Flagship store in Oberhausen Germany. Studio Joanna Laajisto continue

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Hanaholmen by KOKO3 | Hotel interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/koko3-hanaholmen/5105441 Fri, 24 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 <b>The true 1970´s pearl</b> The newly renovated Hanaholmen offers visitors a unique and capturing atmosphere. The beautifully renovated cultural institute welcomes guests to the new lobby bar and the revised restaurant, hotel rooms and conference facilities. KOKO3 was responsible for the interior design of Hanaholmen. The building is originally from 1975 and is a valuable piece of Finnish 1970´s architecture, design and art history. The cultural institute´s interior design bows to the original interior but pairs it up with contemporary design. The renovation covers the lobby areas, the restaurant, the auditorium and the conference rooms as well as hotel rooms. A number of unique furniture and features were designed especially for Hanaholmen, for example beautiful hand blown glass lights which were named after the cultural institute. Half of Hanaholmen´s 66 hotel rooms were redesigned. Svenskt Tenn - the Swedish design house - was a source of inspiration for the new hotel room concept… continue

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FINETT DIMENSION in Stuttgarter Agentur-Villa by Findeisen reference projects | Manufacturer references https://www.architonic.com/en/project/findeisen-reference-projects-finett-dimension-in-stuttgarter-agentur-villa/5105440 Fri, 24 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 FINETT DIMENSION in Stuttgarter Agentur-Villa Flexibilität mit Fliesen Die PR-Agentur Sympra liegt in Stuttgarts beliebter Halbhöhenlage, ist Kreativschmiede und neben ihrem Kerngeschäft bekannt für Events und wechselnde Kunstausstellungen. Zum 25-jährigen Jubiläum bespielten 25 Künstler mit 25 Bildern, Installationen und Skulpturen das ganze Haus. Willkommener Anlass, endlich die schon lange geplante Erneuerung des Teppichbodens anzugehen. Die Geschäftsleitung entschied sich für die leichte, robuste und wiederaufnehmbare Textilfliese Finett Dimension. Für die fachgerechte Verlegung bei laufendem Betrieb – rechtzeitig zur Vernissage – sorgte die Firma Böhmler aus Stuttgart. Die passenden Verlegeprodukte für den Boden, von der Untergrundvorbereitung bis zum vollflächigen Fixieren der Fliesen, kamen von Uzin. Beeindruckende Lage, großzügige Räume, Kunden aus verschiedenen Bereichen – in einer PR-Agentur kommen viele Menschen zusammen. Klar, dass der rund zehn Jahre alte Teppichbo… continue

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Abedian School of Architecture by Crab Studio | Universities https://www.architonic.com/en/project/crab-studio-abedian-school-of-architecture/5105439 Thu, 23 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The Abedian School of Architecture is located on the campus designed in the 1980s by Arata Isozaki. It forms part of the Faculty of Architecture and Sustainable Design. Winning the competition in January 2011, CRAB was awarded the contract and the building was completed in 2013. Peter Cook’s and Gavin Robotham’s long experience as teachers of architecture and their regular working knowledge of several including the Bartlett, AA, Harvard, SCI-ARC, Columbia, Frankfurt and UCLA enabled them to incorporate a response to many anecdotal criteria as well as constructional and climatic objectives. The building is a long, airy loft on two to three levels articulated by a series of ‘scoops’: defining structure-enclosures that can be used for casual meetings and ‘crit’ sessions. These line the central street that gently rises up the hilltop site. As befits a hot and sometimes sticky climate, the building is airy and folds over upon itself in a series of fan-like roofs and slits with advanta… continue

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Departments Of Law And Central Administration by Crab Studio | Universities https://www.architonic.com/en/project/crab-studio-departments-of-law-and-central-administration/5105438 Thu, 23 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Just completed is a 200 meter long pair of buildings snaking west to east in a series of brightly coloured streaks that cheer up the often grey skies of Vienna’s Prater district. They fold out to form a series of roof decks, they zig in and out to create ‘sunshine corners’ and are occasionally eaten out to create balconies for smokers or others who are needing a break. There are routes under that run from the University courtyard to the Prater Park on the south - diving through the red base.  The building is designed around Cook and Robotham’s strongly held belief (based on many years as University teachers) that a lively and successful college building should have generous and engaging internal spaces that are not just seminar rooms or offices, but places to ‘hang out’ and possibly encourage you to stay around after class: so these are carved out of the interior and slither around in a similar way to the building as a whole.  Draped over the exterior is a layer of natural timber… continue

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Drawing Studio by Crab Studio | Universities https://www.architonic.com/en/project/crab-studio-drawing-studio/5105437 Thu, 23 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 A belief in the power of Drawing and its central role in artistic creativity is vociferously shared by Stuart Bartholomew, the Vice Chancellor and Head of Arts University Bournemouth and its architect alumnus, Sir Peter Cook. In 2014 Bartholomew invited Cook to design this building, which is dedicated to that pursuit. Cook’s office CRAB (the Cook-Robotham Architecture Bureau) with Jenna Al-Ali as Project Architect have then developed an instrument that is to be used by the students of all of its 17 departments. These range from painting, sculpture and Illustration, through to architecture, costume, drama, and model-making with the result becoming the first such dedicated Drawing Studio as a stand-alone structure to be built in a British art college for more than 100 years. The Studio celebrates – and designed around - the phenomenon of natural light. Taking the form of a large room of 140 square metres. Thus it has a 30 square metre oval north-light window as main illumination, wit… continue

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The St. Regis Langkawi by GROHE | Manufacturer references https://www.architonic.com/en/project/grohe-the-st-regis-langkawi/5105436 Thu, 23 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The St. Regis Langkawi luxury resort is situated in the 99-island archipelago of Langkawi, southeast Asia’s first UNESCO geopark. The resort is composed of resplendent architecture, landscape and interior design. The hotel, which opened in April 2016, is embedded amidst the wild fauna and flora of the rainforest on the sparkling Andaman Sea. Sporting top-class modern design and Asian chic, it has set new standards in the luxury hotel segment. “Expanding on the concept of a paradise found and refined, the design team sought to provide a resort to strengthen Langkawi’s position in the luxury tourist market. Our compelling architectural vision for The St. Regis Langkawi defines the entire resort experience as a journey of discovery,” said Tom Lindblom, Principal Architect at Gensler. The St. Regis Langkawi is the first all-suite luxury resort in the archipelago, offering four private overwater villas and 85 luxuriously appointed suites. Each suite is distinct in design with bold accent… continue

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Hotel Nassau Breda by GROHE | Manufacturer references https://www.architonic.com/en/project/grohe-hotel-nassau-breda/5105435 Thu, 23 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The luxury lifestyle and design hotel in southern Holland invites guests to have an extraordinary experience. An old Franciscan monastery from 1903 was completely renovated and rebuilt. The designers added a lot of light and additional space to the old, dark masonry, creating an atmosphere that combines old and new. The design also incorporates the religious context, mixing it with a modern ambience. ""Heavenly beds, demonic events, angelic staff and a food sanctuary"" enchant guests in a luxurious manner. The bathrooms in this extraordinary hotel are also hallowed and contemplative places thanks to brilliant GROHE products. The GROHE Rainshower® Cosmopolitan spoils guests with massage functions and the GROHE Euphoria 110 Champagne hand shower set provides for exquisite, top-class showering pleasure. Number of rooms: 94 Autograph Collection by Marriott Lukas Ruijs C5 Architecten Breda, Netherlands continue

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R7 by Duggan Morris Architects | Office buildings https://www.architonic.com/en/project/duggan-morris-architects-r7/5105434 Wed, 22 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 R7 is a highly flexible mixed use offce building, located in the heart of Argent’s King’s Cross development. It aims to provide both a friendly and welcoming environment with a variety of supporting spaces such as a restaurant, cinema, terraces and balconies. Since 2001, Argent have planned, managed and delivered the regeneration of King’s Cross - one of the most signifcant urban development projects in the UK. The 67 acre site has a rich history and a unique setting. With a master plan designed by Allies & Morrison in collaboration with Porphyrios Associates, the proposals for R7 have been developed through a progressive process of consultations between Argent, the offcers of London Borough of Camden and other relevant stakeholders and local bodies. The design represents a high quality, mixeduse development that will make a signifcant and positive contribution to the public realm, in character, hierarchy and scale. Whilst also creating a harmonious whole between the new and the old.… continue

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Le Coq Sportif  by Miriam Barrio | Office facilities https://www.architonic.com/en/project/miriam-barrio-le-coq-sportif-/5105433 Wed, 22 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The new showroom and offices of Le Coq Sportif are located in the heart of Barcelona, with an unbeatable location in Paseo de Gracia. With an area of about 400 meters, the new headquarters emanates pure corporate identity. Interior design remains true to its brand philosophy. With a simple and timeless design, proud of its heritage and history in the world of French sport. The blue and red of the air ducts are the protagonists, invading all the rooms with their vivid and identifiable tones. Thanks to a white and neutral wrapping, it turns this space into pure simplicity and Le Coq spirit. Miriam Barrio continue

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Living Unit On Ljubljana Castle by Ofis Arhitekti | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/ofis-arhitekti-living-unit-on-ljubljana-castle/5105432 Wed, 22 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The research for the Cabin was initiated by OFIS architects & Permiz, C+C, C28 and AKT to develop self-contained wooden shell, flexible and adaptable on different locations, climate conditions and terrains. It can be used as holiday cabin, hide away, tree house or short-time habitation for research, tourism or shelter; its small size allows easy and different transport possibilities. The basic unit (4.50m X 2.50m X 2.70m) offers accommodation (with kitchen, bathroom, bed and seats) and joins horizontally or vertically and upgraded to twins, triplets or similar. The structure is made by timber frames which are reinforced by plywood boards on both sides. The cabin can be fixed on the ground either by steel anchors or removable concrete cubes. The interior treatment is changeable and flexible. Unit furnishings can be used in various site contexts. The Ljubljana castle will serve as a temporary library - a vertically organized unit, each floor will contain books of various topics. T… continue

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Apartment Palatina I by rar.studio | Living space https://www.architonic.com/en/project/rar-studio-apartment-palatina-i/5105431 Tue, 21 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Palatina is a small palace built in the centre of Lisbon in the mid-20th century according to plans designed by Architect Carlos Rebelo de Andrade in the Português Suave style. Originally conceived to serve the purpose of a single family residence, the building was converted into four distinct apartments earlier this century. Apartment Palatina I occupies the main frst floor of this mansion, the former location of the social areas – hall, offce, billiards room, small living room, drawing room, pantry, dining hall, greenhouse – and correspondingly draws upon the magnifcent ostentatiousness of both its amplitude and its materials and decorative details. The client sought to modernise the apartment and reinforce its domestic dimension so as to render it more habitable all the while conserving its spatial structure and the fnishing materials through restricted and occasional operations. The challenge resulted in an acupunctural intervention. The greenhouse got converted into an ext… continue

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UPF Teaching Spaces by Dear Design | Office facilities https://www.architonic.com/en/project/dear-design-upf-teaching-spaces/5105430 Tue, 21 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Two new classrooms have been designed by Dear Design as a multipurpose open space and leave behind the traditional rows of chairs and desks, and speaker’s platform to give life to a new distribution with modular dynamic furniture and greater commitment to technology, lighting and sound. The new design of the space does not correspond to a simple aesthetic desire or example of modernity, but has been conceived and designed specifically to meet the ways of contact and learning that the new teaching mode of the School of Management of the UPF required. This new teaching model, started by the School of Management is based on learning challenges, projects and mentors, and adaptable to the needs of each student. It is a model where the student is the main character, and by active involvement and practical learning, they improve the performance and learning capability. To help this process, the spaces had to match some design principles: Comfort: spaces had to create a physical and men… continue

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House On The Park by Rada Markovic Lighting Design Studio | Apartment blocks https://www.architonic.com/en/project/rada-markovic-lighting-design-studio-house-on-the-park/5105429 Tue, 21 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 House on the Park is a multi-family residence designed and built to state-of-the-art construction standards with the goal of meeting the highest levels of design and technical quality attainable today. <b>Lighting</b> Rada Markovic Lighting Design Studio, Architectural Lighting Designer Special attention was given the lighting engineering. The equipment utilized involves primarily high-quality LED fixtures that combine quality lighting, energy savings, safety, long-life and easy maintenance. As an initial step, the edifice received the approval of the Commission for Architectural and Landscape Heritage for the provinces of Parma and Piacenza. The building has three sections of varying height and size set within the structure containing the vertical connections. #1 – Total LED power: 185W of the façade with various illumination modes (Evening, Utility, Night and Day Passage) to optimize lighting system power consumption. For the atrium entrance, a very small (3W 20° 3000K LED an… continue

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Dafne Schippersbridge and OBS Oog in Al by NEXT architects | Bridges https://www.architonic.com/en/project/next-architects-dafne-schippersbridge-and-obs-oog-in-al/5105428 Mon, 20 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The bridge is a winning design by NEXT architects and Rudy Uytenhaak Architectenbureau in collaboration with Arup and Bureau B+B commissioned by the City of Utrecht. What makes this bridge so special is the inventiveness: the structure integrates a cycle and pedestrian bridge with a school and a public garden, forming one single cohesive design. The double land use with maximum space for greenery makes the Dafne Schippers bridge unique, not just as a bridge but also as a destination. <b>A Cohesive Design</b> When cyclists make their way from the centre of Utrecht via the district of Oog in Al to the new district of Leidsche Rijn, a long bend takes them upwards through the Victor Hugo park, passing the roof garden on the roof of a school. "In one fluid movement, the cycle route, park, and school are brought together to form a cohesive whole of infrastructure, architecture, and landscape," tells Marijn Schenk, NEXT architects. <b>Connections With The Environment</b> With 110 metr… continue

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Vlotwateringbrug by NEXT architects | Bridges https://www.architonic.com/en/project/next-architects-vlotwateringbrug/5105427 Mon, 20 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The bridge has three specific components that provide roost for several bat species. At the north side the abutment functions as a winter stay. The deck and the brick balustrade accommodate stays for bats during the summer. The bridge design is intended to constitute the ideal habitat for various species of bats, aiming to grow a large colony. “A textbook example of how a functional object can at the same time serve nature,” says bat-expert Marcel Schillemans from the Mammal Society. The project is located along a flight route of several bat species. To optimize the suitability of the bridge for bats, the structure is made out of concrete. The mass of the concrete provides a stable and pleasant climate. The underside of the bridge is provided with entrance slots. The openings have a rough finish for grip. The slots are part of a pattern of grooves in the concrete arch. Clever use is made of the structural space in the cross section to implement the roosts. Crossing the Vlotwateri… continue

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Citadelbridge by NEXT architects | Bridges https://www.architonic.com/en/project/next-architects-citadelbridge/5105426 Mon, 20 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The residents in the river region were confronted anxious times in 1993 and 1995. The water levels were extremely high and the dikes just managed to hold. A quarter of a million people had to be evacuated. Extremely high river discharges will occur more frequently in the future and for this reason it was decided to ensure that the rivers could discharge the forecast greater volumes of water without flooding. In response, a Nationwide project has started, the Dutch Room for the River Program. The goal of the program is to give the river more room to be able to manage higher water levels. At more than 30 locations, measures will be taken that give the river space to flood safely. Moreover, the measures will be designed in such a way that they improve the quality of the immediate surroundings.  The Citadel Bridge in Nijmegen is part of Room for the Waal River as part of the national program . By creating a bypass for the river, the Waal, a new island, Veur-Lent, emerges. With a length… continue

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Rusty House by OK Plan Architects | Living space https://www.architonic.com/en/project/ok-plan-architects-rusty-house/5105425 Fri, 17 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Built in the small town of Humpolec in the Czech Republic in 2005, the now iconic Rusty House demonstrated the possibilities of working with a relatively small and tight parcel with numerous limitations. The house was built with exposed materials in their raw state: polished concrete floors, an exposed galvanised steel structure forming the basic axis of the house, corrugated sheet metal covered with concrete for the ceiling and a concrete screed as the final wall finish. The entire exterior of the house is clad with pre-rusted sheet metal (CorTen). The landscaping of the garden forms an integral part of the project, and therefore, after being originally shunned by the public, the house naturally blends into the neighbouring line of homes. Thanks to the mature trees planted around the house, it has become virtually invisible. After living in the house for 12 years, the owner decided to renovate the interior and to ‘soften’ the original ‘rawness’ on the main floor of the living… continue

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Sanbaopeng Art Museum by DL Atelier | Museums https://www.architonic.com/en/project/dl-atelier-sanbaopeng-art-museum/5105424 Fri, 17 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Sanbao Art Museum is located in Sanbao village, a scenic place not far from the Central City of Jingdezhen, the porcelain capital of China. In the past decade, porcelain artists were attracted here to build their own studios. Thus a nascent, dynamic, porcelain-centric hub is thriving and magnetizing even more talents to migrate here what comes along is their great passions and dreams in inheriting the tradition of porcelain art. Most of the industries here are porcelain related, causing a highly competitive environment where it will take great ingenuity and endless efforts to be the best.   Porcelain and the Maker There are artists, art, and places to exhibit art in Sanbao Village. The relationship between the artists and their creation is sort of romantic, like the feelings of first love between boys and girls, indirect probing, exploring, negotiating and subtle maneuvering. And the transformation in the pottery kilns is like the process of developing films, it is full of uncertain… continue

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VID Gymnasien / Viden Djurs by Troldtekt reference projects | Manufacturer references https://www.architonic.com/en/project/troldtekt-reference-projects-vid-gymnasien-viden-djurs/5105423 Sat, 18 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Science in a circular setting The upper secondary school Viden Djurs in the Danish town of Grenaa boasts a round extension to house its science rooms. This white two storey building, with its horizontal line of windows, may look quite modest when viewed from outside, but is very dramatic inside where its shape can be fully appreciated. Here, its roundness determines the school's visual identity with laboratories, workshops and classrooms ranged around the perimeter while the central section provides a communal space with leisure areas. From the centre, there is an amazing view up through the open floors because the stairways have been offset to maximise the visual effect of the tower's volume. At the top, there is access to a roof terrace which can also be used for outdoor teaching. The ceilings play a key role in the design experience, having been lined with 1,150 sqm of white painted Troldtekt acoustic panels. All are cut in wedge shapes, narrow at the centre and wider where… continue

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Restaurant Tabu by Troldtekt reference projects | Manufacturer references https://www.architonic.com/en/project/troldtekt-reference-projects-restaurant-tabu/5105422 Sat, 18 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Food and sound in a class of their own “Good food, carefully selected wines and pleasant acoustics should go hand in hand at restaurants.” Susanne Kær, co-owner of Restaurant Tabu and a particularly practised restaurateur, knows what it takes to create a positive culinary experience for diners. “Our guests must be able to relax while enjoying the food and each other’s company. Here, everyone is welcome. The restaurant is equally suited for business meetings and romantic meals à deux; what matters in both cases is the love and respect for good food. In an inviting atmosphere, we want to offer a high level of quality and informal, yet competent service in relaxed and tasteful surroundings.” Only six weeks after opening in 2014, Tabu was included in the White Guide Nordic, a restaurant guide listing the 250 best restaurants in Scandinavia. Restaurant Tabu is included because it stands out among the gastronomic stars in Aalborg thanks to its fundamental and uncompromising foc… continue

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energy. transitions: Special exhibition at the Deutsches Museum in Munich by Design Composite | Manufacturer references https://www.architonic.com/en/project/design-composite-energy-transitions-special-exhibition-at-the-deutsches-museum-in-munich/5105421 Thu, 16 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Why was the material AIR-board® UV PC chosen? Based on the requirements of a moveable exhibition we chose flame-retardant modular materials with high robustness and low weight. In addition, ecological properties such as purity of variety were taken into account in order to meet the theme of the exhibition "energy. transitions". What makes the material application special? The translucent optics, combined with a special light scattering and the possibility of double-sided imprint, offered the opportunity for a new design application. The excellent stiffness of the AIR-board® allows loads to be applied and the placement of "floating" exhibits. What particular qualities do the materials have? Together with light and colour, optical depths are created. The honeycomb structure of the AIR-board accentuates the backlit print and achieves attractive colour gradients. Information graphics playfully embedded in the front side complete the scenographic image. architect: SPACE4 GmbH continue

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Message by Charles Kalpakian Studio | Living space https://www.architonic.com/en/project/charles-kalpakian-studio-message/5105420 Thu, 16 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Located in the district of the embassies of Paris, a street art collector asked me to create a collection of furniture for his apartment. Together we have decided to work on an interior project, where the artists can express themselves and deliver their art, their "message". I therefore created a scripture that only the owner can understand the meaning, the "hidden" message. Inspired by the cuneiform scripture, each furniture blends natural, raw and precious materials, allowing me to play on the visual and functional aspect. The main element of this natural oak, metal and brass furniture family, is a library of 3.60 meter high and 3 meters large which stands in the heart of the main room along a black wall. A ladder, a staircase giving access to the mezzanine, a door between mural fresco and bas-relief, and a radiator cover playing with the full and empty, complete the collection. Each element takes place in the heart of this apartment while respecting the work of each artist and th… continue

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Aztek by Charles Kalpakian Studio | Prototypes https://www.architonic.com/en/project/charles-kalpakian-studio-aztek/5105419 Thu, 16 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Aztek side table or Stool Each lines answer to the others to create a geometric chat, a play with sculptural and functional aspect. A playful way to compose your own function for your day life. Wood come a logic answer for Aztek, between arty colors and classic material. 6 colors Lacquered version and natural chestnut. SIZE 1 30 x 30 cm x 42cm SIZE 2 30 x 30 cm x 52cm Charles Kalpakian Studio continue

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Vitra Village by Studio Joanna Laajisto | Shop interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/studio-joanna-laajisto-vitra-village/5105418 Thu, 16 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 At EuroShop retail Trade fair in Dusseldorf 2017. An immersive 1000m2 plaza-like retail environment at the world’s leading retail trade fair, EuroShop 2017. The concept was designed for affiliated companies Ansorg, Vitra and Vizona and encompasses a relaxing, Californian outdoor mall-like plaza and five different stores. Comprising of a fashion, cosmetics, consumer electronics, and grocery store as well as a car showroom, the shops all feature a fictitious brand supported by individual products and a rich company history. Studio Joanna Laajisto continue

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Paasitorni by KOKO3 | Office facilities https://www.architonic.com/en/project/koko3-paasitorni/5105417 Thu, 16 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 A gem in the heart of granite. Paasitorni’s entrance hall was completed originally in 1925 and it’ss one of the most impressive interiors of the 19th century Classicism in Helsinki. The starting point for the design was to do a facelift by making a welcoming and recognizable spatial identity for Paasitorni’s lobby and Siltasaari hall. The entrance hall was designed to be an elegant and fresh entrance – like a traffic knot in the center of Paasitorni. The renewed sitting area identifies now as a cozy oasis in between the great colonnades. Also lighting plays a great role in the space - new modern lighting solution brings all original colors to life and emphasize the superb features of the architecture. Siltasaari hall is placed side-by-side to the lobby and now works as a sophisticated multi-use space, where events and lectures for 200 people as well as evening dinners and cocktail parties can be held. Helsinki Congress Paasitorni KOKO3 continue

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Gitarren Haus by Bijl Architecture | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/bijl-architecture-gitarren-haus/5105416 Thu, 16 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Perched on a steep block with majestic harbour views, the clarity of the original Interwar cottage interiors had been muddled by decades of ad hoc alterations. Our brief was to rethink and rearticulate the flow of the whole home with its more substantial ground floor level and a renewed lower ground floor level music room and cellar cut into the incline of the steep site. Intent on simplifying the interior scheme and opening up sight lines to the exterior, all excess partitioning has been stripped back, the roof punctuated with deep skylight wells. Large glazed sliding doors allow the home to seamlessly segue onto the revitalised deck, looking out to the view and the subtropical garden surrounds.   By simplifying the dwelling, the humble embellishments of this Walter Burley Griffin-inspired structure began to take on real grandeur: the hipped and tiled roof, the gentle sandstone arches, and the manner in which the house nestles into its surrounds. Bijl Architecture continue

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Centro Commerciale Tsum by Atlas Concorde reference projects | Manufacturer references https://www.architonic.com/en/project/atlas-concorde-reference-projects-centro-commerciale-tsum/5105415 Wed, 15 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Tsum shopping mall. A triumph of materials, inspirations and shapes characterises Tsum, the futuristic shopping mall that stretches for 45,000 square meters in the heart of Kiev, hosting luxury brands of clothing and fine dining venues. The retail park, built in 1939 and completely renovated in 2016, is unique in the Ukrainian scene and uses the best suppliers in terms of aesthetic quality and technical functionality. In order to ensure innovation and high quality standards, Atlas Concorde contributed to the impressive building with an important supply of about 15,000 square meters of porcelain stoneware floors and white-clay wall tiles for the main indoor and outdoor spaces of the mall. In particular, porcelain stoneware tiles with cement, marble and travertine looks make for an interesting weave of styles in the interiors thanks to the Evolve, Marvel Pro, Marvel and Sign ceramic collections. The first, with its Silver, White, Ice and Night colour variants, gives the space a co… continue

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Malesherbes by Camille Hermand Architectures | Living space https://www.architonic.com/en/project/camille-hermand-architectures-malesherbes/5105414 Wed, 15 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Camille Hermand Architectures design of this Parisian apartment accentuates its traditional Hausmmanian architecture with the use of contemporary design codes and an unexpected palette of colour. Located opposite the Parc Monceau in Paris’ chic 8th district, Camille Hermand Architectures renovated this large Haussmannian apartment for a young family wanting a contemporary and chic home, without losing the traditional charm. To respect and give new life to its original features, Camille mixed the its typically Haussmannian architecture with contemporary design codes and an unexpected palette of colours. Conserving the generous size of the entrance hall, the space finds its former glory with a choice of moody and mysterious hues and wallcoverings. The main living room becomes a central and multi-functional space for all the family, ancred by a semi-open plan, made-to-measure kitchen. Designed by Camille, the kitchen sits comfortably between the dining area, a large reading room w… continue

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Eneko at One Aldwych by Casson Mann | Restaurant interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/casson-mann-eneko-at-one-aldwych/5105413 Tue, 14 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 A new venture between independent luxury hotel One Aldwych and Michelin starred chef Eneko Atxa, Casson Mann was asked to draw on its award winning storytelling expertise to craft an interior dialogue between Basque and London cultures. With 3 Michelin stars for Azurmendi in Bilbao, chef Eneko Atxa is ranked 19th in the world, yet the brief for Eneko at One Aldwych was to focus on convivial enjoyment rather than formal occasions, and create a relaxed, warm and inviting space, that guests will want to make their own. A unique coming together of Basque and London culture, Casson Mann’s team was inspired by Bruce Palling’s eloquent description of Eneko’s approach, and the phrase “allowing the ingredients to always express their core characteristics” informed the design concept. In this context, the team sought to tell the story of Eneko’s approach to contemporary Basque cuisine, as informed by his commitment to local ingredients, and passion for the heritage and traditions of the reg… continue

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Machala Hospital by PMMT | Hospitals https://www.architonic.com/en/project/pmmt-machala-hospital/5105412 Tue, 14 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Machala Fluid Hospital, Ecuador is the materialization of a typological model developed in PMMT: the “Fluid Hospital”. The planning of the equipment aims to provide a new high-level hospital to the region and its surroundings, replacing the already existing one… over the course of a year and with a reduced cost. As a typological model, the Fluid Hospital, fills needs in terms of timing, project, budget and work. At a size of 18.500m2, it is placed in the coastal city of Machala, in El Oro province. The province has approximately 300,000 inhabitants. The new hospital stems from the conceptualization of a large container decomposed through a sequential insertion of courtyards, the separation of circuits (technical-patients) and differentiated entrances: general, emergency, morgue, dialysis and supplies. The singularization of these access points and circuits guarantees the unity of the complex by means of relating floors and sections, and a rich combination of roofs, transparencies an… continue

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St John's by Inhouse | Living space https://www.architonic.com/en/project/inhouse-st-john-039s/5105411 Tue, 14 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Award-winning design studio Inhouse was commissioned by the Berman Bros Group (BBG) to design the interiors of a series of two- and three-bedroom apartments situated in a new luxury development located on St John’s Road in Sea Point, Cape Town. Rather than creating carbon copies and giving all 16 apartments the same design treatment, Inhouse has created two distinct styles to cater for different tastes. There is also a penthouse, the 17th apartment, which will be given its own unique interior. Each of the 16 three- and two-bedroom apartments feature an open-plan living area and bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, but the contrasting interiors of the units create starkly different atmospheres. Eight of the apartments have a modern contemporary aesthetic with a predominantly dark palette, while the other eight apartments boast a classic contemporary direction and a neutral colour palette. This gives potential owners the option to choose the interior they prefer while demonstrating the… continue

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Microsoft House by DEGW | Office facilities https://www.architonic.com/en/project/degw-microsoft-house/5105410 Tue, 14 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 DEGW has created a mix of “100% made-in-Italy” interior spaces for Microsoft inside Herzog & de Meuron’s iconic building, all designed in accordance with the firm’s corporate values: openness, visibility, flexibility, energy, dynamism and innovation. DEGW’s project is part of a process Microsoft Italia has been undertaking for years in the name of a “New World of Work”, an approach to the dynamics of work that involves greater staff flexibility in terms of smart working and the use of functional and technologically innovative spaces to maximise cooperation. Well-being and the reconciling of personal and professional requirements are the linchpin around which time management and this new way of working revolve, making flexibility an important means of hitting targets. During this process, Microsoft chose DEGW, which has designed interiors in which corporate values come together with new ways of interacting and working to create innovative, functional, experiential work settings. N… continue

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Darjeeling Express by A-nrd Studio | Restaurant interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/a-nrd-studio-darjeeling-express/5105409 Mon, 13 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Above the buzz of Carnaby Street, tucked away on the top floor of Kingly Court, the home-style Indian restaurant, Darj eeling Express made its grand debut on the London restaurant scene in late 2017. Owner and mastermind chef Asma Khan introduces authentic Indian cuisines rarely found in restaurants —partition-era Mughlai food and Kolkata street food— in a space reminiscent of ancestral Havelis in India. Alessio Nardi of A-nrd Studio studied the traditional architecture and home decor from Asma‘s heritage to put together the natural look of Darjeeling Express. The colour palette of the intimate space comes from golden hour scenery of India, where warm, earthy soft tones come alive. This palette is complimented with the cerulean blue of Indian train stations and of Darjeeling Express’s namesake train. This colour combination is also reflected on the table tops and the Chai bar, all made in polished dyed concrete true to one of India most used materials alongside brass which is… continue

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Red house by Extrastudio | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/extrastudio-red-house/5105408 Mon, 13 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 This house is located in a small village in Azeitao, south of Lisbon. Protected by hills from the Atlantic Ocean, the area has a mild Mediterranean microclimate, creating the ideal conditions for growing grapes, producing some of the country’s finest wines. The project consists of the conversion of a former winery, built by the client’s grandparents at the beginning of the 20th century. Set back from the main road and surrounded by neighbours, accessible along a narrow alley, the plot has a small orchard of orange trees, an oasis in the middle of the village. Preservation of this orchard determined the whole project. In order to retain the trees, it was necessary to keep the existing building and accept that the two sides of the house, which border adjacent properties, would have no windows. Only two incisions were made into the existing volume. A 14-meter long window was cut into the west façade facing the orchard, turning the interior and exterior into a single space. A courty… continue

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The Arts Club Leo's by DIMORESTUDIO | Club interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/dimorestudio-the-arts-club-leo-039s/5105407 Fri, 10 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The Arts Club has previously welcomed some of the world’s greatest musicians and DJs including Lionel Richie, The Jacksons, Lauryn Hill, Sam Smith, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Grandmaster Flash, Mark Ronson, Pete Tong and Idris Elba to name a few. So to open Leo’s with a uniquely intimate performance from four time BRIT Award winner and two time Ivor Novello winner Emeli Sandé and singer-songwriter Will Heard will create a truly special evening. The launch will act as the perfect starting point for what is to come from this daring new venue and the entertainment it will play host to. Leo’s will present a unique schedule of events to reflect the principal areas of interest; music, film, literature, science, theatre and more. It will continue to uphold the Club’s well-established reputation for excellence in food and drink through bespoke menus by Executive Head Chef, Jean-Luc Mongodin and handcrafted cocktails by head mixologist, Raffaele Marino. The opening of Leo’s marks the most signi… continue

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Westlight by Studio Munge | Bar interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/studio-munge-westlight/5105406 Fri, 10 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Located in the heart of fashionable Williamsburg, this venue is the 22nd-floor rooftop bar of a trendy newly built hotel featuring sweeping views of New York City. The soulful bar program presents a dynamic menu of original and classic cocktails alongside rare spirits, craft beer and wine, while chef’s menu of small plates reflects inspiration from global street food. Catering to international travelers and local urbanites alike, the glowing interiors celebrate the spectacular open vistas over Manhattan while inviting the guest to relax and enjoy each other’s company in a modernized industrial décor. Conducive to both candle lit dates and group celebrations, the venue is thoughtfully laid out and layered as the most intimate and comfortable of bar lounges with a remarkably well integrated connection to outdoors. Making the guest feel instantly at ease, black iron, natural stones, warm leathers and sensual velvets cohabitate here in a perfect harmony inspired by Williamsburg’s eclec… continue

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Firma Kreisel by Intek reference projects | Manufacturer references https://www.architonic.com/en/project/intek-reference-projects-firma-kreisel/5105405 Sat, 11 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Architekt: Benedikt Elmecker continue

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Bildungscampus Attemsgasse by Intek reference projects | Manufacturer references https://www.architonic.com/en/project/intek-reference-projects-bildungscampus-attemsgasse/5105404 Sat, 11 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 querkraft architekten zt gmbh continue

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Aesop Duke of York Square by Snøhetta | Shop interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/snhetta-aesop-duke-of-york-square/5105403 Fri, 10 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 With an intriguing fusion of futuristic and classic design, Snøhetta has completed its first permanently built project in England. The 108-square-meter retail space, dubbed Aesop Duke of York Square, is the latest addition to Aesop’s series of uniquely designed boutiques around the world. Situated in Chelsea, London, the store’s design is inspired by the contextual relevance of the location combined with an influence of futuristic elements. The result is an interior characterized by classic architypes, a pale red color palette, and stainless-steel elements. An existing column is used as the starting point for the store’s layout. From this centralized column, 12 arches stretch towards the perimeter walls. This series of arches function as a key element in creating a sense of organizational hierarchy, establishing visual separators within the space. The arches are clad in a clay based plaster with a subtle gradient color, ranging from a lighter base to a darker shade. Illumination… continue

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Gymnastics Training Center of Guimaraes by Pitagoras group | Sports halls https://www.architonic.com/en/project/pitagoras-group-gymnastics-training-center-of-guimaraes/5105402 Fri, 10 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 With a 3100m2 of covered area, the Gymnastic Training Center of Guimaraes is located at the East limit of the city park and was conceived for practice and training of high performance gymnastics. The intent of applying the technologies that transform this kind of building into an energy-independent structure with low CO2 emission was the big challenge, but the objective was surpassed and the building is already a landmark in sustainability, energetic efficiency and innovation. The Training Center achieved high performance ratings by the LiderA system, with an A++ certification, recognition which is rare in sustainability, not only in Portugal but all around the world. The building sits between two pre-existing streets, both permit access to the building, the one at a higher level is the main street, and the other, on a lower level, limits the city park and is used for exclusive access to the Training Center. The Training Center is exclusive for the practice of high performance continue

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Jackie Bar by Studio Joanna Laajisto | Bar interiors https://www.architonic.com/en/project/studio-joanna-laajisto-jackie-bar/5105401 Thu, 09 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 A new atmospheric bar Jackie opened it´s doors in Helsinki´s Iso Roobertinkatu at the end of April 2017. Studio Joanna Laajisto created the interior concept for the bar to resemble an atmosphere of a hotel lobby without the rooms upstairs. The bar is named after Scott Walker song - Jackie. "I was given a soundtrack of 60´s and 70´s Italian lounge music and 70´s French Cosmic Disco by the owner, Antti Eerikäinen, to understand the ambience he wanted in the space. Best brief I have ever received", says Joanna Laajisto, the lead designer of the project. Live dj´s play a big part of the bar´s ambience and a special attention was given to the dj booth. Made out of Sapele wood, it was designed to be a little sister to the bar counter. Marble tops as well as the low striped marble tables designed by Laajisto create contrast. The walnut Medici lounge chairs are by Konstantin Grcic for Mattiazzi. The dark green walls and ceiling with long tan leather sofas take you away, maybe to a bar in M… continue

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Infinity House by GA Design | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/ga-design-infinity-house/5105400 Thu, 09 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Planned with a brief of maximizing views of the valley and enabling a nexus with the environment, the villa for a family of four has been conceived on a plot of land that is deeply contoured with a steep slope towards the valley. With stupendous views, where earth, water and the environment amalgamate to demonstrate nature’s phenomenon, the villa has been planned with most of the rooms optimizing the views. The natural site contours have been used effectively while exploiting the views of the mountains to create an infinity swimming pool that manifests itself as the core of the villa. The area under the pool serves as a leisure zone of the house, the more semi-public zone where games and an entertainment area are functionally located, while opening out into a lush green garden. Molded with simplistic zonal principles of home design, the more public zones of the house such as the living area, guest room, kitchen, common guest room and the spa and Jacuzzi are all located on the g… continue

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Headquarters Of Metropole Rouen Normandie by Jacques Ferrier Architecture | Office buildings https://www.architonic.com/en/project/jacques-ferrier-architecture-headquarters-of-metropole-rouen-normandie/5105399 Thu, 09 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The headquarters of Métropole Rouen Normandie is a unique, memorable and ftting image on the banks of the Seine in Rouen. What makes it so unique is how the new building fts in with the surrounding landscape of Rouen. The building’s dynamic profle contrasts with the omnipresence of horizontal designs found along the major port, while its silhouette echoes the renovated industrial buildings on the right bank. The oblique shapes are reminiscent of the silhouettes of cranes and other objects in the port and the bows of the passing ships... Its multi-faceted, transparent architecture plays with the changing light of the Normandy sky, reflections from the water, and the colours of the climate. The building is covered with fsh-like ‘scales’ made of subtly coloured glass. Reflecting and refracting the light of the sun, the glass scales cover the building with hints of colour that are further enhanced by the reflections from the river below. The effect is inspired by impressionist paint… continue

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Ritarikatu by KOKO3 | Office facilities https://www.architonic.com/en/project/koko3-ritarikatu/5105398 Thu, 09 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The archives of SLS are situated in a valuable building, protected in the city plan. The location is on Ritarikatu, near the Snellmanninkatu office in Kruunuhaka Helsinki. The renovation project of the premises in Ritarikadun started in 2014 and was completed in the beginning of year 2015. The headquarters of the institution are located here and it also hosts SLS public spaces and a prestigious ballroom. Swedish Literature Association in Finland KOKO3 continue

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HVO Les Oliviers Grasse by Gandiablasco reference projects | Manufacturer references https://www.architonic.com/en/project/gandiablasco-reference-projects-hvo-les-oliviers-grasse/5105397 Wed, 08 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 Les Oliviers Grasse is a private residence in Châteauneuf de Grasse in eastern Provence. Surrounded by a garden planted with aromatic herbs and graced by ancient olive trees, the Pergola Mobile Canvas Roof for OUTDOOR SPACES, designed by José A. Gandía-Blasco, is a haven from the searing heat of summer and the ideal and enjoying milder temperatures reclining on the NA XEMENA modular sofa. The FAROLES collection provide magical background light on special nights. A superb outdoor space for relaxing and enjoying the pool, enhanced with several CHILL outdoor beds facing the Provencal sun, surrounded by the natural greens and yellows of nature. continue

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The Longest Suspension Bridge by Swissrope: Lauber AG | Bridges https://www.architonic.com/en/project/swissrope-lauber-ag-the-longest-suspension-bridge/5105396 Wed, 08 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The bridge is 494 m long and thus surpasses all world records. There are other superlatives to experience in the surroundings along the Europaweg from Grächen to Zermatt: the highest mountains in Switzerland soar into the heavens (Dom 4,545 m). The path runs between 1,600 m and 2,200 m above sea level and high above the deepest cut valley in Switzerland. Anyone setting off along the Europaweg from Grächen will always have the most famous mountain in Switzerland, the Matterhorn, before them. And those hiking towards Grächen always see the Bernese Alps. Swiss Quality Work The swissrope / Lauber Seilbahnen AG, Frutigen, erected the hikers’ suspension bridge near Randa in only 10 weeks. Swissrope has already built countless suspension bridges in Switzerland and abroad and thus installed sensational connection bridges with Swiss quality work. Among others is the suspension bridge near Furi above Zermatt. Now there is nothing in the way of an unusual hiking experience along the Europaweg… continue

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Field House by Gandiablasco reference projects | Manufacturer references https://www.architonic.com/en/project/gandiablasco-reference-projects-field-house/5105395 Wed, 08 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 FIELD HOUSE is a stunning private residence in Long Island, New York, and is one of GANDIABLASCO’s most attractive projects. Rather than choosing conventional terrace furniture, the architects behind FIELD HOUSE, Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects, opted for CHILL to equip OUTDOOR SPACES to create places for relaxing and enjoying bucolic views from the terrace, surrounded by nature, beside an amazing limestone swimming pool. Area: 4500.0 ft2 Architects: Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects Architects in charge: Viola Rouhani, Lucas Cowart continue

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Azalea Cruise by Gandiablasco reference projects | Manufacturer references https://www.architonic.com/en/project/gandiablasco-reference-projects-azalea-cruise/5105394 Wed, 08 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 The Maldives hides under its waters marine ecosystems of exceptional natural beauty with more than 1190 coral islands, live coral reefs, bars and an immense marine fauna. The 5 stars AZALEA CRUISE yacht invites to discover this natural treasure, is the Contract Project of GANDIABLASCO in the Indian Ocean. The ship deck is furnished with the FLAT collection of Mario Ruiz, the Ensombra sunshade design of Odosdesign and ARAM of Nendo, while the indoor spaces are completed with some of our GAN rugs. Architects: OSHI Dealer: Atak Design continue

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Olson Cabin by Olson Kundig Architects | Detached houses https://www.architonic.com/en/project/olson-kundig-architects-olson-cabin/5105393 Wed, 08 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100 In 1912, Jim Olson’s grandparents built a summer cottage on a forested site on Puget Sound. Olson spent summers and many weekends there as a child. When he was eighteen years old and a first-year architecture student, his dad gave him five hundred dollars and said, “Go build a bunkhouse.” This was Olson’s first great opportunity. Nestled amidst the trees of this waterside forest and raised on stilts, this tiny cabin sat respectfully on the landscape. When his grandparents’ cottage was destroyed by fire in the 1960s, the bunkhouse was left as the sole structure on the property. What began as a 200-square-foot bunkhouse in 1959 has seen the addition of several interconnected rooms through a series of remodels in 1981, 1997, 2003 and 2014. Each successive expansion and remodel has reused and integrated the previous structure rather than erasing it, revealing the history of the architecture and the process of its evolution. In the 1980s, the retreat consisted of three tiny pavilions… continue

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