JB House / IDIN Architects

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  • Architects: IDIN ARCHITECTS (Jeravej Hongsakul, Saralee Sittigaroon, Supachai Phiromrach, Sakorn Thongdoang)
  • Location: Nakornchaisri, Thailand
  • Area: 127.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Ketsiree Wongwan
  • Interior Architect: IDIN ARCHITECTS (Thuwanont Ruangkanoksilp)
  • Structural Engineer: Pakanut Siriprasopsothorn
  • System Engineer: EAKACHAI HAMHOMVONG, PANOT KUAKOOLWONG
  • Contractor: ART CON, DIIDIA Interior Service
  • Owner: Bodin Khampu, Chernporn Kongma
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Text description provided by the architects. JB House project is a small house for a couple who doesn’t want to have a children so there were only 2 main users. The interesting fact was that each person had their own private world and was very different in lifestyle but could still acknowledge another person all the times. Because a man loved to bake bakery and take photographs so his main uses were at kitchen island while a woman who worked in the field of books and loved drawing wanted a large working table for reading

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Augusta Corporate / aflalo/gasperini arquitetos

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  • Architects: aflalo/gasperini arquitetos
  • Location: R. Augusta, 2800 - Cerqueira César, São Paulo - SP, 01412-000, Brazil
  • Authors: Roberto Aflalo Filho, Felipe Aflalo Herman,Grazzieli Gomes Rocha, José Luiz Lemos
  • Team: Eduardo Mizuka, Reginaldo Okusako, Daniela Mungai, André Navarro, Marcelo Nagai, Reinaldo Nishimura, Deborah Costa, André Sumida, Raquel Rodorigo
  • Area: 18247.1 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Daniel Ducci
  • Coordinator: Takuji Nakashima
  • Incorporating: View-Vista Incorporadora e Engenharia
  • Air Conditioning, Vent / Exhaust System And Pressurization: Teknika Projetos e Construções S/C Ltda
  • Building Foundation: Consultrix S.A.
  • Structure: Prança & Associados
  • Electrical System, Hydraulic Installation And Fire System: Soeng
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Text description provided by the architects. Augusta Corporate is located in one of the most important commercial streets of the city, in the noble neighborhood of Jardins. The part of the design explores an overlapping of 4 slightly misaligned volumes, characterized by the markings of the casement on

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Function Walls / Lookofsky Architecture

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Text description provided by the architects. A full transformation of a 1920s apartment into an optimized living space for a young couple in Stockholm. The three main features of the renovation are a long kitchen wall, an installation and storage wall in the bathroom and a bedroom wardrobe wall. All of these built-in walls neatly contain all storage and practical features, while creating a sense of depth in the walls and articulating different functions of the spaces.

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The 7-meter long kitchen wall, situated in a large multifunctional room that was previously two smaller rooms, is broken up into a cluster of smaller subcomponents each containing their own separate function. By giving the components (oven, countertop, seating niche

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RMT14 Residence / Design Identity Unit

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  • Architects: Design Identity Unit
  • Location: Khet Khan Na Yao, Thailand
  • Lead Architect: Pavithida Wongdeethanarak
  • Team Architect: Patcharin Chadvadh, Montree Chareonrungrit
  • Area: 1350.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2016
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  • Landscape Architect: TROP : terrains + open space
  • Interior Designer: Wichai Tia
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"It would be nice to come back from work to a place that closes to nature and feel like a vacation in a countryside every day." is the owner’s feeling that has been brought to the design. Courtyard which surrounded by the building is the main character for layout plan. These spaces allow nature inserted itself into different ways according to each building’s function. From the gate to the entrance, you will find a large tree in the middle of the drop‐off courtyard. Shading of this large and beautiful tree creates an interesting shadow to

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PH Olazabal / Ignacio Szulman arquitecto

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  • Structural Advisor: Eduardo Diner
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Text description provided by the architects. We adopt the courtyard on the ground floor as the center on which to articulate the different rooms. The small dimensions of it made it necessary to open their views as much as possible. For this, pivoting systems were used to solve the opening of the courtyard doors and the terrace, in order to generate greater interior-exterior integration.

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It maintains the general structure of the house results in two levels. On the ground floor where the social part is, the rooms open, demolishing some walls in order to spatially communicate the hall, the kitchen, and the living-dining room. This

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PH Olazabal / Ignacio Szulman arquitecto

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  • Structural Advisor: Eduardo Diner
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Text description provided by the architects. We adopt the courtyard on the ground floor as the center on which to articulate the different rooms. The small dimensions of it made it necessary to open their views as much as possible. For this, pivoting systems were used to solve the opening of the courtyard doors and the terrace, in order to generate greater interior-exterior integration.

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It maintains the general structure of the house results in two levels. On the ground floor where the social part is, the rooms open, demolishing some walls in order to spatially communicate the hall, the kitchen, and the living-dining room. This

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Interior Refurbishment TS01 / Alventosa Morell Arquitectes

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  • Technical Architect: Marga Bernadó
  • Structural Calculation: Eduard Simó
  • Interior Design: Alventosa Morell Arquitectes
  • Construction: Different industrials managed by Alventosa Morell Arquitectos
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Text description provided by the architects. The AA house is a building thought to be a holiday’s house. It is situated at the end of the center, in a small village in the Baix Empordà region, where the common houses are made of stone and bricks. The site is next to the old road that connects Ullà with l’Escala and Torroella de Montgrí. It is the only access to the plot. This solar has a north-south orientation and it is well affected by the strong winds of Tramuntana.

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Bayes Centre / Bennetts Associates

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  • Architects: Bennetts Associates
  • Location: 47 Potterrow, Edinburgh EH8 9BT, United Kingdom
  • Lead Architects: Rab Bennetts, Sally Mackay, Andy Kirk, Alasdair Gordon, Tom Rainey, Joanne Dunwell
  • Area: 9500.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Keith Hunter
  • Structural Engineer: Buro Happold
  • M&E Consultant: Buro Happold
  • Quantity Surveyor: Turner and Townsend
  • Fire Consultant: Atelier Ten
  • Breeam Advisor: RSP
  • Landscape Consultant: Ironside Farrar
  • Acoustic Consultant: New Acoustics
  • Project Manager: Faithful+Gould
  • Cdm Coordinator: Faithful+Gould
  • Main Contractor: McLaughlin & Harvey
  • Client: University of Edinburgh
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Text description provided by the architects. The Bayes Centre is a pivotal piece of the University of Edinburgh’s estate set to transform Edinburgh city center into one of UK’s most dynamic places for tech, attracting the highest caliber of international experts in data science and artificial intelligence. The 9,500sq m building is part of the University’s investment into world-class facilities on its Potterrow campus, following the

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Dadad Market / Bangkok Tokyo Architecture + OPH

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  • Architects: Bangkok Tokyo Architecture, OPH
  • Location: Nai Mueang, Mueang Nakhon Ratchasima District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30000, Thailand
  • Lead Architects: Takahiro Kume, Wtanya Chanvitan, Pilin Hongwittayakorn
  • Area: 342.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Structural Engineer: Chaiyaphum Siphueat
  • General Contractor: Nuttapat Construction
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Text description provided by the architects. Situated in front of a local mall in Nakorn Ratchasima, some 250 km northeast of Bangkok and gateway to the Northeastern provinces of Thailand, the market offers a diverse array of goods. The name “Dadad” meaning “various or plentiful ” in Northeastern slang best captures the essence of this temporary market, serving as a gathering spot for locals and youngsters alike. 

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In Thailand’s hot climate, after the sun falls and heat fades, the streets come alive with the colorfully lit tents and food stalls of local merchants. The project

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Blind Trust / Gensler

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  • Architects: Gensler
  • Location: Occidental Square, 117 S Washington St, Seattle, WA 98104, United States
  • Lead Architect: Andy Su
  • Team Members: Amber Fulgham, Daichi Yamaguchi, Dustin Rowland, Erin Osberg, Hong Joon Yang, Kaikang Shen, Keli Dean, Kim Le, Nate Williams, Sebastian Hernandez, Troy Charlesworth
  • Area: 100.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Heywood Chan
  • Partners: Mortenson Construction, CPL Engineering, Coughlin Porter Lundeen, Corona Steel Inc, Precision Iron Works, Inc.
  • Budget: $4,750
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Text description provided by the architects. Gensler Seattle recently unveiled ‘Blind Trust’, an interactive exhibit created for the 2018 Seattle Design in Public Festival. Blind Trust challenges visitors to use touch, rather than sight, as their primary means of navigation and interaction with the installation.

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Visitors move through three concentric, rectangular extrusions formed by a rope stretched vertically between frames.  While these tightly knit rope ‘walls’ appear impenetrable

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Interdepartemental Management and Administration Center / Ateliers 2/3/4/

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  • Architects: Ateliers 2/3/4/
  • Location: 78000 Versailles, France
  • Team 2/3/4/: Olivier Arene, Architect Partner, Jean-François Patte, Marie Boutet, Sylvain Réty, Ana-Monica Stoinea, Fabrizio Glorioso, Giulio Tarquini, Tae Hyung Kim, Fabienne Garrigues, Emilie Sopena, Sungrok Kwon, Elie Marçais, Agate Mordka, Arnaud Tallon, Oana Radu, Camille Etivant, Pauline Gaulard, Nina Rotter, Arnaud Mousset, Jean Guidet
  • Area: 4800.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Clément Guillaume
  • Engeering: SAS Mizrahi / ABC Décibels / L’EAU
  • Constructors: Léon Grosse / SOGEFI / JPV Batiments / De Cock / Frameto / ITB / STEPC / Léon Grosse électricité / les Jardins de Gally
  • Client: CIG Versailles
  • Construction Cost: 11.4 M€
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A functional and environmental challenge
This extension of an existing public building is part of a mostly residential neighborhood. Therefore, despite its 4.840 m² extension and 150 parking spaces, it needed to find its place into a neighborhood without

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Science Gallery London / LTS Architects

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  • Architects: LTS Architects
  • Location: 5th and 6th Floor, Guy's Cancer Centre, Great Maze Pond, London SE1 3PU, United Kingdom
  • Area: 2117.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Peter Landers
  • Main Contractor: Interserve Paragon
  • Structural Engineer: WSP
  • M&E Engineer: WSP
  • Pm For Design & Tender: Lendlease
  • Pm For Construction: GSCI
  • Cdm Co Ordinator: Turner & Townsend
  • Landscape Architect: LDA
  • Heritage Consultant: Alan Baxter Associates
  • Quantity Surveyor: Turner & Townsend
  • Lighting Designers: Arup Lighting
  • Fire Consultant: Astute Fire
  • Archaeologist: Pre-Construct Archaeology
  • Planning Consultant: Deloittes Planning Services
  • Enabling Works: Contractor Deconstruct
  • Transport Consultant: TTP Consultants
  • Acoustic Consultant: Hann Tucker
  • Wayfinding Design: Atelier / Why Brow
  • Approved Building Inspector: MLM
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Text description provided by the architects. A significant new addition to the cultural landscape of the UK’ s capital; Science Gallery London is an extraordinary project that fuses the innovative programme of Science Gallery International with the research

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Carmen House / Carles Faus Arquitectura

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  • Collaborating Architects: Anaís Penáguila, María Aloy
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Text description provided by the architects. The design of the housing is born focusing on the style of the Ibizan country house, simple clear lines, controlled light and the white color as the starting stroke. The house is dampened by the light of the city of Dénia, located in an environment in which the accent has to be placed only inside, having to divert attention from what surrounds it. When projecting, a rectilinear formality has been followed, without too many deviations from the plans that make up the main axes of the house.

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A design, where the location of spaces is given, mainly, by the path

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Bazaar Restaurant / Hamid Reza Gozariyan

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  • Client: Mostafa Alipour
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Text description provided by the architects. The building is located in an impassable alley in Tehran Grand Bazaar. In order to reach the building, one must go through various bazaar pathways with numerous treasures of brickwork and ornamentations. The process of renovation takes place in two aspects:
1.- Creating interior space with a limited budget and the connection between the interior and exterior
2.- Reformation and renovation of the building’s surrounding

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Previously a clothes boutique, the building is now turned into a restaurant. The main group of customers includes bazaar tradesmen, businessmen or daily passers-by. Considering the fact that the Grand Bazaar used to have different dimensions

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Shanghai Greenland Center / Nikken Sekkei

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  • Co Architect: East China Construction Group Co., Ltd.
  • Landscape Design: mindscape
  • Commercial Space Design: Studio Taku Shimizu Inc
  • Honeycomb Corn Design: Interdesign Associates
  • Clients: Shanghai Greenland Group Co., Ltd.
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Text description provided by the architects. The URBAN FARM where better city meets natural life”, has been the core idea throughout the design. A green urban valley complex with a ‘street landscape park’ as a highlight in the architectural space, is sitting right above one of the most used metro stations in Shanghai.

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Pizza 4P’s Phan Ke Binh / Takashi Niwa Architects

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  • Architects: Takashi Niwa Architects
  • Location: 5 Phan Kế Bính, Cống Vị, Ba Đình, Hà Nội, Vietnam
  • Design Team: Takashi Niwa, Do Huu Tam, Mika Fujisaka, Dicky Huang
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Hoang Le, Do Huu Tam
  • Architectural Design And Supervision: Takashi Niwa Architects
  • Structural Design: SMT Viet Nam Construction JSC. (Le Trung Hien, Bui Cao Tuan)
  • Mep Design: Hanoi Engineering (Nguyen Van Thuong)
  • Furniture Design: Takashi Niwa Architects (Takashi Niwa, Mika Fujisaka)
  • Contractor: Tropikon (Nguyen Hong Quang, Dao Minh Tuan, Nguyen Trọng Tung, Ngo Van Huynh)
  • Furniture Supply: Tropical Rustic (Giap Hong Van, Phi Dinh Truong)
  • Suppliers: TOTO, Betonlab, Hitachi Hisense
  • Client: Pizza 4P’s
  • Site Area: 712 m2
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A restaurant for gathering in a garden surrounding pizza oven
It is a Vietnamese culture to connect deeply with family and friends through gathering and sharing. Family and friends always come together to share

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wr-house / atelier

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  • Architects: atelier
  • Location: Seongnam-si, South Korea
  • Lead Architects: Insung Yang, Jaedon Kwon
  • Area: 129.72 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Hyungjin Jo
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Text description provided by the architects. THE RAMPARTS
The ramparts mean the owner’s needs and represent a connection between the site and the residential area of Wirye new town where the site located in. The owner wanted a simple and impressive shape of house, and ‘the ramparts’ was the first word that they described the house they hoped. The ramparts also could be a design concept that fits well with the special circumstances of the site.

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All the houses around the site were built within 5 years, and many architects and construction brands tried to show their distinct feature through their houses. The area looks like very commercial housing fair, and a design concept was started from this

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  • Architects: atelier
  • Location: Seongnam-si, South Korea
  • Lead Architects: Insung Yang, Jaedon Kwon
  • Area: 129.72 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Hyungjin Jo
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Text description provided by the architects. THE RAMPARTS
The ramparts mean the owner’s needs and represent a connection between the site and the residential area of Wirye new town where the site located in. The owner wanted a simple and impressive shape of house, and ‘the ramparts’ was the first word that they described the house they hoped. The ramparts also could be a design concept that fits well with the special circumstances of the site.

© Hyungjin Jo © Hyungjin Jo

SITE
All the houses around the site were built within 5 years, and many architects and construction brands tried to show their distinct feature through their houses. The area looks like very commercial housing fair, and a design concept was started from this

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Long Horizontals / Thellend Fortin Architectes

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  • Structural Engineer: Paul-Henry Boutros, NCK inc.
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Text description provided by the architects. The inspiration for this home comes from the majestic landscape of the St. Lawrence River estuary, visible from the rocky headland on which it is located. Built on a steep slope and unobtrusive on the street side, the house is completely open to the river, unfolding toward the horizon. 

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Spatially, rooms are organized around an inverted plan that locates bedroom suites at the garden level. Set in concrete, they are anchored in the site’s topography. At ground level, living spaces paneled in light wood, each one leading into the next, are characterized by different heights that allow a definition of different uses.

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Form of Wander / MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY

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  • Client: Hillsborough County
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Text description provided by the architects. Where the Riverfront Park recreational space extends onto the waterway, Form of Wander is situated to host new outdoor activities and new memories of the Tampa’s active waterfront. As an inverted mangrove, the green-hued aluminum canopy announces itself among palms as a signal on the Hillsborough River. The tree-like structure appears to float between water and land.

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Seven trunk-like columns straddle this path onto the water, inviting visitors to walk around and through on a winding path. They thrust up into a tangle of branches, not unlike the root structures of mangroves which take root along Florida shorelines--part of the resilient ecology, evolved to withstand hurricane force winds.

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An atmosphere of filtered light and reflected currents

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