// arthitectural / Best Of / Best of 2014: Most Viewed Projects

Best of 2014: Most Viewed Projects

Best Of best of 2014 most viewed projects

According to Google Analytics the most viewed articles in 2014 were the following:

10. Aleksandar Savikin | Youngculture

Office space is located in GTC House, New Belgrade. The interior is done in three phases, the first phase of 1000m2, second 250m2 and third 450m2. After third phase entire floor was occupied. Special attention is devoted to common areas like kitchen, dining area, lounge area and reception. There are various colors and material used for furniture, many walls and floors have wood pattern to give an impression of “warmth”. [Read more]

Aleksandar Savikin  Youngculture

9. Baranowitz Kronenberg Architecture LTD | Topolopompo Fire Kitchen

Topolopompo is a fire kitchen restaurant inspired by the exotic culinary traditions of the East. Its fire is omnipresent not only in every single dish but also physically as a prominent and active participant in space. Topolopompo alludes to a tribal bonfire seating of old where tales and myths crystallized into indigenous cultural heritage. Inspired by landscapes of the East; fertile valleys, rice terraces and mountain tops, Topolopopo celebrates this morphology and introduces abundant possibilities for social gatherings along the route from the” valley” to the “mountain top”. [Read more]

Baranowitz Kronenberg Architecture LTD  Topolopompo Fire Kitchen

8. Z-AXIS DESIGN | The Little White Apartment

Drawing the minimalist line, purchasing the most suitable proportion, to leave the leading role of the space for the user, this is the consistent goal of Z-AXIS DESIGN.The extreme white matchs bright multi-color is the design concept of Z-AXIS DESIGN. In this small apartment, Z-AXIS DESIGN uses some skills to multiply the visual effect, for example: the pure white overall space, the dinner table with one-side legs in the dining room, the light of the hallway, the transparent door of the study room, wrecking a small part of the study room for the master bedroom closet, in the master bedroom, the pure white closet door with glossy design and the elevating wood floor to make a embedded bed , etc. [Read more]

Z-AXIS DESIGN  The Little White Apartment

7. Ramella Architects | Shingle House

Concepts drawn from American roofed houses, included the request for a large Bay- Window with roof Shingles. The sloping lines of the coverage, form a sloping wall that gives a movement in the facades, and the roof touch the ground.The pillars are extended and bent to the outside to form a set.Noteworthy are the colors gray to the roof type and predominantly white finishes like paint and flooring natural stones. The classic model of Bay- Window requested by the owners, was stylized to create effects internally and followed the coverage. [Read more]

Ramella Architects  Shingle House

6. RRJ Arquitectos | Apartment in Lapa

Situated in one of the neighborhoods with a privileged relationship with the banks of the Tagus River, this building from the beginning of the century.XX is set in a neighborhood with relevant features of architectural value, with an elevation that defines a perfect setting in the historic district where it is inserted. The workshop was proposed to recover the full reconstruction of facades and floor 4, 5 and coverage while retaining the original uses of housing. The intervention was based assumptions 3, strengthening the structure, the elevation of the right foot and creating a large gap that acts as a lookout over the city. [Read more]

RRJ Arquitectos  Apartment in Lapa

5. DP Architects Pte Ltd | Resorts World Sentosa West Zone – An Aquatic – themed Destination

With an active beachfront and a lush tropical backdrop, Sentosa has been a hot spot for outdoor activities since its redevelopment started in the early 1970s. Resorts World Sentosa’s aquatic-themed West Zone encompasses the latest attractions on the island and the final phase of the Resorts World Sentosa integrated resort which, spanning 49 hectares, boasts a range of hotels, entertainment and recreation developments including Universal Studios Singapore, a gaming facility, MICE spaces, and a plethora of retail and F&B outlets. [Read more]

DP Architects Pte Ltd  Resorts World Sentosa West Zone-An Aquatic-themed Destination

4. WTA Architecture + Design Studio | 12 Luxury Flats

The idea of vertical living, with all the advantages and more of an urban townhouse, is realized by allowing for generous spaces, day lighting and ventilation on all four faces of the property. Envisioned as a stack of flats, the structure showcases this individuality by providing each and every unit with a different floor plate. Each unit occupies its own floor that centers around a living and dining suite bounded by full-height floor to ceiling windows. [Read more]

WTA Architecture + Design Studio  12 Luxury Flats

3. 81.WAW.PL | Field House

House in the middle of picturesque glade with river view. Sounds like a fairytale scenery? Not necessarily. Such house was desiged for a family guarding their privacy by architecture office 81.WAW.PL. The main idea of this project was to separate main building from the street to make it quiet and more private while blending it into the surroundings. To achieve such effect, architects divided the house into two parts blocks. The main entrance is located by the driveway, a bit hidden and hard to notice at the first sight. [Read more]

81.WAW.PL  Field House

2. Ippolito Fleitz Group | DER SPIEGEL canteen

In October 2011 the SPIEGEL Group, whose stable includes Germany’s most important news magazine Der SPIEGEL, moved into its new publishing house in Hamburg’s HafenCity development. This impressive structure on the Eriscusspitze, lapped by the waters of the River Elbe, was designed by Danish architect Henning Larsen. Ippolito Fleitz Group was commissioned to create a new employees’ canteen for the building. The legacy building’s famous canteen was designed in 1969 by Verner Panton and has since been placed under heritage protection. This inheritance represented a particular challenge. [Read more]


1. SHATOTTO architecture | Rokia Afzal Residence

The land for this vacation house is in Gazipur, a suburb approximately forty kilometers away from Dhaka. With a land area of 160,594 square meters, the initial challenge was to select the most suitable location on site to construct this 465 square meter house. Traditionally, the people of Bangladesh consider land as ‘mother’ and this gave way to the design. The whole construction remains detached with minimum structural touch on the ground – in line with Glenn Murcutt’s words, “touch the earth lightly”. The idea is to “let water flow, let wind blow, let the firefly glow, let the grass grow….” [Read more]

SHATOTTO architecture  Rokia Afzal Residence

Sharing is Caring...
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on RedditPin on PinterestShare on LinkedInShare on StumbleUponShare on Tumblr
Sharing is Caring...
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on RedditPin on PinterestShare on LinkedInShare on StumbleUponShare on Tumblr

Have anything to say?

// arthitectural / You may also like to see...

The new campus of TAC SEV is built across from the existing property of Tarsus American College (TAC). Considering its proximity to the historic context of the school, the new campus is conceived, as a design principle, a part of the TAC campus it is separated from by a road that traverses the premises. An […]