// arthitectural / concept design

HASSELL
Chasing Kitsune


It’s time to reveal Chasing Kitsune – a pop-up Yatai designed by HASSELL. From 21 until 31 July, HASSELL has Melburnians hunting for Chasing Kitsune at this month’s State of Design Festival. Kitsune, a mythical fox in Japanese culture, possesses people and only reveals its true form in shadow or reflection. The fox is cunning […]


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Studio ST Architects
Mediatheque


Rather than lamenting the disappearance of the book, the mediatheque project celebrates the opportunity to use space to experience the spectrum of available information from printed books to digital media and computerized information retrieval systems. In contrast to the traditional library where the books and bookshelves wrap around a room creating the space for reading, […]


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Enota
Mivka Hotel Resort


What is it that identifies the planned new hotel and holiday apartment community? Being near to Bled definitely matters. Bled is a town with a long-standing tourist tradition, surrounded by beautiful nature. It offers many possibilities of contributing to tourist offerings, such as skiing, mountaineering, extreme sports, hiking, as well as cultural and culinary diversity. […]


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Atelier Peter Kis
Magic Mountain in the Great Rock


New Project of Budapest Zoo Pursuant to the government decision of 23 September, major development projects will be implemented at the Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden. As part of the project called ‘Magic Mountain’, a complex exhibition and event space will be created inside the Great Rock; at the same time, the Bison House and […]


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Atelier Thomas Pucher
Sinfonia Varsovia Concert Hall


Atelier Thomas Pucher has won the international competition for the new seat of the world renowned Sinfonia Varsovia Orchestra in Warsaw. The 20.000m² cultural centre is housed on the site of a former Veterinary Institute with existing – yet dormant – buildings and a fairy-tale like park. The area occupies a 1.800 seat symphonic hall […]


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Quixotic Architecture
Kula Skrivanat


The urban plan of the current city of Pag was developed in Venice by the Croatian architect Juraj Dalmatinac aka Giorgio da Sebenico and it is a correlation between Roman Castrum and Venetian Town Planning principles, organized as an orthogonal grid of streets and squares forming at the centre – Trg Petra Kresimira IV, with […]


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Vonsung
The Pushkinsky Jewel


The Pushkinsky Cinema was built to display the most important cinematic productions in Russia.  Built at Pushkin Square, it became the landmark of the country’s film festivals, a palace for the Moscow International Film Festivals (MIFF) for movie protagonists and moviegoers from Moscow and abroad. Our proposal for the cinema’s architectural shape is dictated by […]


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bgstudio
Pasarela del Postiguet


Alicante is a city that grew overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. “Pasarela del Postiguet” is an essential element that connects its urban center with the sea, spanning the Juan Bautista Lafora avenue which, with its intense traffic, presents a true visual and physical barrier between the beach promenade and the city. In this way Pasarela becomes […]


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Fran Silvestre Arquitectos
House set in Garden


Set in a landscaped residential area close to the town centre, the site for the house is a large plot dotted with already existing grown trees and plants. The project consists of a number of similar pieces arranged and connected together among the spaces between the trees, in turn giving rise to a sequence of […]


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na3 – Studio di Architettura
Gymnasium


Municipal Sports Centre in Ladispoli (Rome). Steel. Cement. Glass. Steel for support. Cement to contein. Glass to watch and see. Sheet to cover. The Sports Center as a green ribbon container movement aims to redevelop and enhance the public portion of the area, currently in disuse, giving benefit to the entire city of Ladispoli with […]


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sanzpont [arquitectura]
Hotel Copa


This project is a renovation to an existing hotel in Playa del Carmen. The criteria is to maximize space currently occupied by too large rooms, split down the middle in order to have double the offer and improve its design. The client aims to transform the current image to a boutique hotel. The project design […]


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parallellab
Up Side Down Bangkok


Bangkok is a city in constant evolution and needs to search out solutions to improve its inter- connectivity. For this reason, elevated expressways skim through the Thai capital in order to bring forth its expansion, offering a radical though efficient solution to its congestion.Yet, in providing an answer, the expressways also undoubtedly alter the urban […]


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ZERAFA Architecture Studio
Cheongna City Tower


Our approach was to develop an iconic tower form that is conceptually expressive of the confluence of regional energies which define the Cheongna area as Korea’s “Open window to theworld”. Cheongna’s aspirations to create a global center for cultural and economic exchange in the center of Northeast Asia can be distilled into a symbolic form […]


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Erginoğlu & Çalışlar Architects
Baku Sahil Restaurant


This building designed for 3 different concept of restaurants Azeri, italian and brasilian. These layers are shown on each level with materials and the relation of the program is estabished with outdoor areas. Location: Baku, Azerbaijan Architect: Erginoğlu & Çalışlar Architects Design Team: İ. Kerem Erginoğlu, Hasan C. Çalışlar, Zeynep Şankaynağı, Işık Süngü, Zeynep Şankaynağı […]


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Söhne & Partner Architekten
Ethiopien Airlines Addis Abeba


In cooperation with BET architects from Ethiopia Söhne und Partner won the international design competition for Ethiopian Airlines New Headquarter in Addis Ababa. The airline has shown progressive development since its establishment and is now one of the fast growing and reputed airlines in Africa. The new Head Quarter is, therefore, planned to address the […]


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solus4
SNCI NYC Tower


Sustainable Vertical Neighborhood Proposed This iconic 950 foot tall residential tower is proposed for a micro-urban site in New York City. Designed by solus4, an architecture and planning  firm, the tower is a vertical neighborhood creating an efficient and valuable use for a small and otherwise underutilized water’s edge site. Uniquely, the tower is designed […]


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Architetto Pierluigi Piu
Madonna della Medaglia Miracolosa


The target of this project was the overcoming of the “architectural” obstacle represented – for disabled people – by the huge difference in height existing between the square (Piazza San Michele) and the only possible access to the church, located about 4,70 meters over. The project is formally inspired by extremely simple and sober compositional […]


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Lakp Diseño & Desarrollo
Bonavista Lofts


A sloped plot of land was chosen by the owner because of the extraordinary city views it afforded. Our design concept was to create a loft like residence, in which social areas are encased in a architectural grade exposed concrete structure. The structure bends to accommodate the space and forms a continuous ribbon like enclosure. […]


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AQSO arquitectos office
Burke House


In a country like Ireland, where many families live in private houses with a courtyard, extensions are a very common way to adapt the residence to new family situations. This house stands in a low density residential area near Galway. The flat landscape is characterized by irregular plots, small roads and green pastures. Starting from […]


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inFORM studio
Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR)


Capacity Program for the Myrtle Beach International Airport demonstrated a need to develop a new terminal for airport operations and additional gates to serve the increased passenger load. The $129 million project, governed by a tight budget and site parameters, includes a new ticketing lobby, baggage claim, baggage handling, TSA screening, a new 5 gate […]


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