Catholic Suzuka Church / ALPHAVILLE

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  • Architects: ALPHAVILLE
  • Location: Mie Prefecture, Japan
  • Architects In Charge: Kentaro Takeguchi, Asako Yamamoto
  • Area: 1588.85 m2
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Photographs: Toshiyuki Yano
  • Project Team : Tomohisa Koike
  • Structural Engineer : Takashi Manda
  • Main Contructor : Matsui Contrtaction Co., Ltd.
© Toshiyuki Yano © Toshiyuki Yano

From the architect. Responding to a dramatic growth in the foreign Catholic community in Suzuka, a new religious space is needed not only for worships but also social interactions. The Catholic Suzuka Church, presented by the Alphaville Architects, is an integration of multiple functions including a chapel, a community hall and residences for priests. Located in Suzuka, where the HONDA motor industry bases, the presented project is sitting on the cross junction of two major streets, with one being a newly built motorway and the remaining one being an ancient road connecting Tokyo and Osaka since Edo period.

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Supplyframe DesignLab / Cory Grosser + Associates

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  • Clients: Supplyframe
  • Team: Cora Neil, Christy Wulfson, Susyn Herridge
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From the architect. The idea for the Design Lab began when Supplyframe, a premier tech company in Pasadena, acquired Hackaday, an incredibly popular website with an online community of over six million engineers sharing innovative ideas on a daily basis. This creative community inspired the concept for Design Lab, a place where hackers and creatives could come together and, through collaboration and access to the right tools, take their ideas from hypothetical or digital into real physical place.

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The Supplyframe DesignLab was conceived with a mission to be a workspace and collaboration hub bringing together inventors and entrepreneurs to explore the future

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COR Shop / BLOCO Arquitetos

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  • Architects: BLOCO Arquitetos
  • Location: Brasilia, Brazil
  • Architects In Charge: Daniel Mangabeira, Henrique Coutinho e Matheus Seco
  • Area: 180.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Haruo Mikami
  • Team: Giovanni Cristofaro
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From the architect. The COR shop is located in the underground parking of a shopping mall in Brasília, Brazil.

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The client´s briefing for the shop “COR” (color in portuguese) asked us to create a space that could work both as a showroom for a brazilian brand of paintings and architectural coatings and as the backdrop for the display of the work of the furniture designer Paulo Alves, from São Paulo. At the same time the space should be flexible enough to host parties and events. How to connect such different uses in a small space?

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We looked at the work of Paulo Alves as a starting point. We saw his love for the concrete art

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IN CASTRO – Ideas and Business Center / Campos Costa Arquitetos

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  • Client: Município de Castro Verde
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From the architect. Located in the municipality of Castro Verde in Alentejo, IN CASTRO – IDEAS AND BUSINESS CENTER has been a great propellant for local entrepreneurs’ success since its inauguration in 2015. The site is positioned within two fronts, Rua Manuel Assunção Mestre and Rua da Olivença, at the extremity of a block which once represented an agricultural warehouses’ neighbourhood.

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This intervention is based on two aspects: on the one hand, the rehabilitation of the existing warehouse and, on the other hand, a new complementary extension building.

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The warehouse presents a slight intervention. Without interfering with the principal and existing walls, it allows the possibility

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Swiss House XXII Preonzo / Davide Macullo Architects

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  • Principal: Davide Macullo
  • Project Architect: Michele Alberio
  • Construction/Site Management: Gabriele Dellatorre, Ennio Ferrari SA, CH
  • Landscape Architect : Davide Macullo Architects, Lugano , CH
  • Interior Design: Davide Macullo Architects, Lugano , CH 

  • Structural Engineer: Studio d’ingeneria Bonalumi & Ferrari, CH
  • Building Engineer, Acoustics: Ennio Ferrari – Impresa generale SA, CH
  • Construction Company: Ennio Ferrari – Impresa generale SA, CH
  • Waterproofing: Ennio Ferrari – Impresa generale SA, CH
  • Window Construction: Metalconstruction Sagl, Giubiasco, CH
  • Heating, Plumbing: Trenta SA, CH
  • Electrician: Salmina e Ferrari SA, CH

  • Insulation, Plasterer, Painter: Ti-Pingo, BLF Benincasa SAGL
  • Metal Construction: Metalconstruction Sagl, Giubiasco, CH
  • Carpenter: Laube, CH

  • Kitchen: Tecnix SA
  • Flooring: Manutenza SA, CH
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From the architect. This building is a small construction that takes on a universal meaning; creating a relationship

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Hyundai Card – Cooking Library / Blacksheep

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  • Architects: Blacksheep
  • Location: Seoul, South Korea
  • Area: 8157.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Kyungsub Shin
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From the architect. London based specialist F&B design studio, Blacksheep has just completed work on The Cooking Library in Seoul, for Hyundai Card (HC), one of Korea’s largest credit card companies.

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HC have conceived the Hyundai Card Libraries, as a series of four inspirational spaces designed to provide an ‘analogue’ antidote to the fast pace of city life in the digital age and to stimulate meaningful and inspiring experiences in everyday life. Each of the Libraries touches on the refined knowledge of various lifestyles, covering realms of Travel, Music, Design and Cooking, the last Library in the series.

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Working in collaboration with Choi Wook of One O One Architects, Blacksheep were commissioned to bring the Hyundai Card

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Casa FORASTE / TALLER 1+1

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  • Architects: TALLER 1+1
  • Location: Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
  • Architect In Charge: Omar Almaguer Hiram Pozada
  • Area: 93.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: César Bejar
  • Industrial Design: Emanuel De La Torre
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From the architect. Casa Forasté is a single family dwelling that responds to the necessity of a young marriage that obtains a lot in a centric neighborhood of Guadalajara, Mexico. The goal was to provide a practical refugee, with an optimization of the resources.

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The building has two levels and 93 square meters of construction and it is trowel in an L form lot of 60 square meters, which belonged to the rear of the adjacent construction. The architectonical program in the first level consists of a social nucleus, integrated by the living room, kitchen, powder room and a central courtyard which is the focal point

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Atelier House at Charlote Village / grupoDEArquitetura

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  • Architects: grupoDEArquitetura
  • Location: São Paulo, State of São Paulo, Brasil
  • Architect In Charge: Cristiana Pasquini
  • Area: 220.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2016
  • Photographs: Pedro Kok
  • Team: Lana Mika Ota / Vinicio Borges
  • Structure And Hydraulic: Amaro dos Santos
  • Eletric: Alexsandro Rafael
  • Lighting And Interior Design: grupoDEArquitetura
  • Foudations: Soenvil
  • Landscape Design: Vitória Regia Garden
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From the architect. The Atelier House at Charlote Village, affectionately called by the working group as “warehouse”. The building is settled in an unusual site at Presidente Prudente city, whose dimensions are 7.00 x 21.00m, what has been taking place in the surrounding neighborhoods to the downtown area as a quick response to the high price of the land.

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  • Architects: grupoDEArquitetura
  • Location: São Paulo, State of São Paulo, Brasil
  • Architect In Charge: Cristiana Pasquini
  • Area: 220.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2016
  • Photographs: Pedro Kok
  • Team: Lana Mika Ota / Vinicio Borges
  • Structure And Hydraulic: Amaro dos Santos
  • Eletric: Alexsandro Rafael
  • Lighting And Interior Design: grupoDEArquitetura
  • Foudations: Soenvil
  • Landscape Design: Vitória Regia Garden
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From the architect. The Atelier House at Charlote Village, affectionately called by the working group as “warehouse”. The building is settled in an unusual site at Presidente Prudente city, whose dimensions are 7.00 x 21.00m, what has been taking place in the surrounding neighborhoods to the downtown area as a quick response to the high price of the land.

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House in Olmue / Rodrigo Pérez Kenchington

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  • Architect: Rodrigo Pérez Kenchington
  • Location: Olmué, Valparaiso Region, Chile
  • Architect In Charge: Rodrigo Pérez Kenchington
  • Area: 138.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2016
  • Structural Calcullation: Alonso Cid Olguín
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From the architect. The project consists of a single family house on a 5000 m2 plot within a condominium in the municipal district of Olmué. 

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The site is located on the slopes of a mountain range that borders the Pelumpen River, in a native forest area near La Campana National Park, in the middle of the coastal mountains.

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The relief of the terrain presents a double condition as it is a flat terrain cut abruptly by a steep slope of approximately 14 meters in height.

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The project, a one story square shaped house, capitalizes this natural balcony condition by being emplaced in the edge of it, allowing

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Movable Shinto Shrine / Kikuma Watanabe + Environmental Design System Laboratory

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  • Structural Engineer: Syunya Takahashi
  • Construction: Laboratory for design of architecture adapted environment @ Kochi University of Technology ( Kikuma Watanabe Laboratory)
  • Owner: Inhabittants of Nakagonyu + Kochi University of Technology
© Kikuma Watanabe © Kikuma Watanabe

From the architect. This is a self-built portable shrine in a depopulated village in the moutain region of Kochi in Japan. In 2015, the pre-existing shrine called Kanamine-jinja was deeply injured by a heavy typhoon that hit the village. The Kanamine Shinto shrine had two architectural components: one is the front shrine dedicated to worshipers while the other was the rear shrine, where main shrine was set.

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The original shrine had its architectural axis geared towards mount Gozaisyo-yama — a sacred mountain located ten kilometer from the shrine. The shrine’s site

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Movable Shinto Shrine / Kikuma Watanabe + Environmental Design System Laboratory

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  • Structural Engineer: Syunya Takahashi
  • Construction: Laboratory for design of architecture adapted environment @ Kochi University of Technology ( Kikuma Watanabe Laboratory)
  • Owner: Inhabittants of Nakagonyu + Kochi University of Technology
© Kikuma Watanabe © Kikuma Watanabe

From the architect. This is a self-built portable shrine in a depopulated village in the moutain region of Kochi in Japan. In 2015, the pre-existing shrine called Kanamine-jinja was deeply injured by a heavy typhoon that hit the village. The Kanamine Shinto shrine had two architectural components: one is the front shrine dedicated to worshipers while the other was the rear shrine, where main shrine was set.

Concept Sketch Concept Sketch

The original shrine had its architectural axis geared towards mount Gozaisyo-yama — a sacred mountain located ten kilometer from the shrine. The shrine’s site

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Movable Shinto Shrine / Kikuma Watanabe + Environmental Design System Laboratory

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  • Structural Engineer: Syunya Takahashi
  • Construction: Laboratory for design of architecture adapted environment @ Kochi University of Technology ( Kikuma Watanabe Laboratory)
  • Owner: Inhabittants of Nakagonyu + Kochi University of Technology
© Kikuma Watanabe © Kikuma Watanabe

From the architect. This is a self-built portable shrine in a depopulated village in the moutain region of Kochi in Japan. In 2015, the pre-existing shrine called Kanamine-jinja was deeply injured by a heavy typhoon that hit the village. The Kanamine Shinto shrine had two architectural components: one is the front shrine dedicated to worshipers while the other was the rear shrine, where main shrine was set.

Concept Sketch Concept Sketch

The original shrine had its architectural axis geared towards mount Gozaisyo-yama — a sacred mountain located ten kilometer from the shrine. The shrine’s site

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Movable Shinto Shrine / Kikuma Watanabe + Environmental Design System Laboratory

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  • Structural Engineer: Syunya Takahashi
  • Construction: Laboratory for design of architecture adapted environment @ Kochi University of Technology ( Kikuma Watanabe Laboratory)
  • Owner: Inhabittants of Nakagonyu + Kochi University of Technology
© Kikuma Watanabe © Kikuma Watanabe

From the architect. This is a self-built portable shrine in a depopulated village in the moutain region of Kochi in Japan. In 2015, the pre-existing shrine called Kanamine-jinja was deeply injured by a heavy typhoon that hit the village. The Kanamine Shinto shrine had two architectural components: one is the front shrine dedicated to worshipers while the other was the rear shrine, where main shrine was set.

Concept Sketch Concept Sketch

The original shrine had its architectural axis geared towards mount Gozaisyo-yama — a sacred mountain located ten kilometer from the shrine. The shrine’s site

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NALU / Studio Saxe

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  • Architects: Studio Saxe
  • Location: Guanacaste Province, Nosara, Costa Rica
  • Area: 656.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Client: Nalu Nosara

  • Design Director: Benjamin Garcia Saxe

  • Project Architect: Alejandro Gonzalez & Cesar Coto
  • Project Coordinator: Laura Morelli
  • Construction Documentation: Roger Navarro
  • Structural Engineer: Sotela Alfaro Ltda.
  • Electromechanical Engineer: Dynamo Studio
  • Builder: Construction PROS
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From the architect. Studio Saxe has completed a boutique hotel and yoga studio set into the tropical landscape of Nosara, Costa Rica. The project is another in a long line of sustainable buildings from the practice that blend contemporary design with local craftsmanship, embracing the natural environment that surrounds and frames the architecture.

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Nosara has become a destination for visitors from around the world for health, wellness and surfing and

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NALU / Studio Saxe

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  • Architects: Studio Saxe
  • Location: Guanacaste Province, Nosara, Costa Rica
  • Area: 656.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Client: Nalu Nosara

  • Design Director: Benjamin Garcia Saxe

  • Project Architect: Alejandro Gonzalez & Cesar Coto
  • Project Coordinator: Laura Morelli
  • Construction Documentation: Roger Navarro
  • Structural Engineer: Sotela Alfaro Ltda.
  • Electromechanical Engineer: Dynamo Studio
  • Builder: Construction PROS
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From the architect. Studio Saxe has completed a boutique hotel and yoga studio set into the tropical landscape of Nosara, Costa Rica. The project is another in a long line of sustainable buildings from the practice that blend contemporary design with local craftsmanship, embracing the natural environment that surrounds and frames the architecture.

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Underhill / Bates Masi Architects

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  • Landscape Architect: TL Studio
  • Contractor: Qualico Contracting Corp.
  • Interior Designer: Bates Masi + Architects, Victoria Pryor, and Alicia Scanlon
  • Engineer: Steven Maresca
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From the architect. Socially and professionally a couple desired to live in an urban environment. However, living in the city didn’t afford the lifestyle they wanted for their children as they approached school age. To compromise between remaining close to the city while raising their family, they relocated to the suburbs. Their goal was to create a strong sense of place in an environment with close neighbors on all sides of their property. The history of the community they chose, an early Quaker settlement, inspired the solution. Based on the Quaker tenants

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Red House / 31/44 Architects

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  • Architects: 31/44 Architects
  • Location: East Dulwich, London SE22, United Kingdom
  • Architects In Charge: Stephen Davies, Kate Nicklin
  • Area: 130.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Rory Gardiner
  • Structural Engineers: Elite Designers Structural Engineers
© Rory Gardiner © Rory Gardiner

From the architect. Working with developer Arrant Land, 31/44 Architects has completed a new speculative development on an end-of-terrace plot in East Dulwich, south London.

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The location is a typical Victorian terrace ubiquitous in London’s suburbs, but this newcomer is anything but pedestrian. The house shares the visual language of the pattern-book brick Victorian houses with their ornamental arched entrances, but it is designed in a contemporary idiom and confidently terminates the terrace with a highly distinct proposition. 

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The ambition of this project has been to design a contemporary dwelling which references and evolves the character and rhythm of the terrace.

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Red House / 31/44 Architects

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  • Architects: 31/44 Architects
  • Location: East Dulwich, London SE22, United Kingdom
  • Architects In Charge: Stephen Davies, Kate Nicklin
  • Area: 130.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Rory Gardiner
  • Structural Engineers: Elite Designers Structural Engineers
© Rory Gardiner © Rory Gardiner

From the architect. Working with developer Arrant Land, 31/44 Architects has completed a new speculative development on an end-of-terrace plot in East Dulwich, south London.

© Rory Gardiner © Rory Gardiner

The location is a typical Victorian terrace ubiquitous in London’s suburbs, but this newcomer is anything but pedestrian. The house shares the visual language of the pattern-book brick Victorian houses with their ornamental arched entrances, but it is designed in a contemporary idiom and confidently terminates the terrace with a highly distinct proposition. 

© Rory Gardiner © Rory Gardiner

The ambition of this project has been to design a contemporary dwelling which references and evolves the character and rhythm of the terrace.

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MELLOWER Seongsu Flagship-Store / NBDC

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  • Architects: NBDC
  • Location: , Seongsui-ro 7-gil, Seongdong-gu, Seoul, South Korea
  • Architects In Charge: TSA Architects, ID STUDIO
  • Area: 380.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: In-Woo Yeo
© In-Woo Yeo © In-Woo Yeo
'No past No future' ' Brooklyn ' in the United States , ' Hackney 'in the United Kingdom and ' Seong-su ' in the Korea, which successfully led the rebuilding of the urban regeneration strategy through the preservation of the past.
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Since 2010, 'Seong-su' has been designated as the " City of Urban Renaissance Project " in 2014. Reflecting the development of urban regeneration, which is not a general development, we agreed on the idea of reviving social and cultural functions through design, cultural and ecological environment, and the restoration of the urban economy.

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Mellower also wanted to include their own specificity of the coffee and bakery in the first place, not to

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