// arthitectural / student housing
  • EPFL Quartier Nord, SwissTech Convention Center, Ecublens, Switzerland, 2008–2014 Situated at the northern entrance to the EPFL campus, the SwissTech Convention Center becomes a new landmark, a clearly identifiable reference point in the landscape. The metallic shell, closely following the internal spatial configuration of the optimised main auditorium, seems to float over the glazed facades […]


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  • The project, located on one of Australia’s pre-eminent universities Monash University’s Clayton Campus, Melbourne Australia comprises two 5 storeys buildings each containing 300 student studios, flanking a central, common courtyard. The fundamental starting point for the project was creating a community whilst supporting the individual; therefore the courtyard becomes the meeting point and entry to […]


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Three ecologies: a founder thought for the constitution of a new urbanity Montpelier Campus states a double problem. On one hand, Campus doesn’t establish a place of urbanity as far as its split character reports a multiplicity of archipelagoes uninhabited and become depopulated outside time and university functioning. On the other hand, that connected to […]


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Concept: absence of architect ‘Hof van Busleyden’ consists of a complex of buildings, built out of brick and sandstone in replicating late-gothic style, around three external spaces: the small northern court-yard with pine trees, the central rectangular one, paved with cobblestones, and the south-oriented town garden. Since 1938 its function is the one of city […]


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Speirs + Major have followed up last year’s Practice of the Decade Award at the UK based Lighting Design Awards with a win this year in the Heritage Lighting category for Burlington Arcade. The awards were held on Wednesday 27th March in London. Hedonism Wine Store and the Twin Sails Bridge in Poole were also […]


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Four level luxury home with expansive harbour views from upper levels. Materials: stone base supporting expressed slab decks connected by glass.       Location: Vaucluse, France Architects: Brian Meyerson Architect Project name: Vaucluse House Date: 2011


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