MO Museum of Modern Art / Studio Libeskind

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  • Architects: Studio Libeskind
  • Location: Vilna, Lithuania
  • Architect Of Record: Do Architects
  • Area: 3100.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Hufton + Crow
  • Client: UAB MMC Projektai
  • General Contractor: Naresta
  • Plan Coordination: Baltic Engineers
  • Structural Engineer: Ribinis büvis
  • Acoustical Engineer: Akukon
  • Electrical Engineer & Installations: Baltic Engineers; APS
  • Mechanical Engineer & Installations: Baltic Engineers; Prosfera, Folisita, Baltic System
  • Façade Engineer & Installations: Curtain walls: Glasma Service
  • Furniture: Narbutas
  • Auditorium Seats: Audience Systems
  • Doors: Teckentrup, Sapa
  • Plumbing: Villeroy and Boch
  • Elevator: Kone
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Text description provided by the architects. Designed by Studio Libeskind in collaboration with Do architects (Vilnius) and Baltic Engineers (Vilnius), the MO Modern Art Museum opened to the public on October 18 with a four-day celebration including a public talk by Daniel Libeskind in the Museum’s auditorium and the inaugural exhibition, All Art Is About Us. 

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Wood and Concrete: Impressive Examples in Indian Architecture

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© Shamanth Patil J. © Shamanth Patil J. Greatly influenced by the modern movement--and in particular the presence of Le Corbusier--contemporary Indian architecture reflects a mixture of traditional and western references. Using mainly local materials such as brick, concrete and stone, Indian buildings stand out with their high visual impact and a assertive heaviness.  Because of its scarcity, wood is mostly used in details and finishes rather than as main structures. Some of the most successful architects in India have managed to gracefully balance the use of concrete and wood in a gentle gesture that evokes elegance and rough textures.

Here we present some of the best examples of contemporary Indian architecture that have used both concrete and wood in a harmonious and attractive way.

NEST / Neogenesis + Studi0261

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Outhouse / MISA ARCHITECTS

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Brick House / Architecture Paradigm

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The Open House / MODO
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30 Projects Explained Through Architectural Gifs

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In order to explain projects and design decisions properly, architects must use often rely on creative representation techniques instead of words. It’s part of the job. The quality of drawings - simple, complex, or anything in between - is fundamental for the correct reception of the ideas. Digital media has enabled new ways of representation including animation and adding a new dimension in a single image: processes.

Animated gifs can provide the same amount of information in constructive terms as a section, program distribution as a diagram and main decisions as a master plan,  while at the same time showing the progress and chronology of the project.

The following 30 projects use animated gifs as a tool to represent the design process, construction details, use of layers and interior spatial sequences.

Trampoline Cabin / Lorena Troncoso-Valencia

K.J. Somaiya College for Information Technology / Sameep Padora & Associates

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The New Glenstone / Thomas Phifer and Partners

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  • Architects: Thomas Phifer and Partners
  • Location: Potomac, Maryland, United States
  • Glenstone Principals: Emily Wei Rales, Director and Co-Founder / Mitchell P. Rales, Co-Founder
  • Pavilions Architect: Thomas Phifer and Partners
  • Landscape Architect: PWP Landscape Architecture
  • Area: 240000.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Iwan Baan courtesy of Thomas Phifer and Partners
  • The Gallery (Original Building) Architect: Charles Gwathmey, Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects
  • Project Team, Thomas Phifer And Partners: Thomas Phifer, Gabriel Smith, Andrew Mazor, Michael Trudeau, Rebecca Garnett, Jon Benner, John Bassett, Bethany Mahre, Robert Chan, Lamare Wimberly, Elijah Porter, Isaiah King, Petra Pearsall
  • Project Team, Pwp Landscape Architecture: Adam Greenspan, Peter Walker, Steve Tycz, Conard Lindgren, Seth Rodewald-Bates, Marta Gual, Eustacia Brossart, Julie Canter, Lisa Daye, Matthew Donham, Lauren Hackney, Collin Jones, Pheobe Lickwar, Mi Yang
  • Arborist: Bartlett Tree Experts
  • Office Interiors: Stantec Architecture
  • Av/It Consultan: CallisonRTKL
  • Café Creative Direction:
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Boolean Operator / MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY

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Text description provided by the architects. For the event of the Jinji Lake Biennial, MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY installed a large-scale outdoor pavilion on the elevated plaza of the Suzhou Center. Its undulating enclosure interrupts the usual traffic, as an unexpected, emergent environment. It appears to have bubbled up from the ground, or dropped from the sky. The structure, both massive in scale and delicate in white aluminum, lands lightly on an ultra-thin edge. Boolean Operator​—so named for the function that determines relationships between statements, geometries or forms—makes an impression from a distance. Unlike the surrounding texture of the city, this curious structure radiates an otherworldly quality. It casts a strange shadow. It seems to conceal something behind its porous shell. Like seeing the full moon on a

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Boolean Operator / MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY

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Text description provided by the architects. For the event of the Jinji Lake Biennial, MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY installed a large-scale outdoor pavilion on the elevated plaza of the Suzhou Center. Its undulating enclosure interrupts the usual traffic, as an unexpected, emergent environment. It appears to have bubbled up from the ground, or dropped from the sky. The structure, both massive in scale and delicate in white aluminum, lands lightly on an ultra-thin edge. Boolean Operator​—so named for the function that determines relationships between statements, geometries or forms—makes an impression from a distance. Unlike the surrounding texture of the city, this curious structure radiates an otherworldly quality. It casts a strange shadow. It seems to conceal something behind its porous shell. Like seeing the full moon on a

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Boolean Operator / MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY

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Text description provided by the architects. For the event of the Jinji Lake Biennial, MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY installed a large-scale outdoor pavilion on the elevated plaza of the Suzhou Center. Its undulating enclosure interrupts the usual traffic, as an unexpected, emergent environment. It appears to have bubbled up from the ground, or dropped from the sky. The structure, both massive in scale and delicate in white aluminum, lands lightly on an ultra-thin edge. Boolean Operator​—so named for the function that determines relationships between statements, geometries or forms—makes an impression from a distance. Unlike the surrounding texture of the city, this curious structure radiates an otherworldly quality. It casts a strange shadow. It seems to conceal something behind its porous shell. Like seeing the full moon on a

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Boolean Operator / MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY

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Text description provided by the architects. For the event of the Jinji Lake Biennial, MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY installed a large-scale outdoor pavilion on the elevated plaza of the Suzhou Center. Its undulating enclosure interrupts the usual traffic, as an unexpected, emergent environment. It appears to have bubbled up from the ground, or dropped from the sky. The structure, both massive in scale and delicate in white aluminum, lands lightly on an ultra-thin edge. Boolean Operator​—so named for the function that determines relationships between statements, geometries or forms—makes an impression from a distance. Unlike the surrounding texture of the city, this curious structure radiates an otherworldly quality. It casts a strange shadow. It seems to conceal something behind its porous shell. Like seeing the full moon on a

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Housing for Elderly People in Huningue / Dominique Coulon & associés

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  • Architects: Dominique Coulon & associés
  • Location: 41 Rue du Maréchal Joffre, 68330 Huningue, France
  • Design Team: Dominique Coulon, Olivier Nicollas, Gautier Duthoit
  • Architects Assistants : Javier Gigosos-Ruipérez, Diego Bastos-Romero
  • Area: 3932.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Eugeni Pons
  • Client : Ville de Huningue
  • Competition : Gautier Duthoit
  • Construction Site Supervision : Olivier Poulat
  • Structural Engineer : Batiserf Ingénierie
  • Mechanical Plumbing Engineer : Artelia
  • Cost Estimator  : E3 économie
  • Hqe Specialist : Artelia
  • Fire Safety System : Artelia
  • Acoustics : Euro sound project
  • Landscape : Bruno Kubler
  • Budget : 4 000 000 €
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Text description provided by the architects. This housing for elderly people is located on the banks of the Rhine. The exceptional situation of the site allowed us to turn the common areas and the hall towards the river: the residents can enjoy the choreography of passing boats. The programme consists of twenty-five fifty-square-meter homes, a restaurant in three sections, a computer

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Stack House / FreelandBuck

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Text description provided by the architects. Stack House is a newly built 2,207­square­foot residence designed and developed by award­winning LA and NY­based architecture office FreelandBuck. Comprised of four stories notched into a sloping hillside, this vertical house uses the subtle rotation of each room to create seamless indoor­outdoor spaces at every floor, each with unique and unobstructed views to the San Gabriel mountains. Working with difficult site constraints is central to the design of this house; unlike conventional hillside homes that appear to have been placed atop the slope, this house is embedded into it, creating a much closer relationship to the landscape.

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The primary living spaces at the third level (dining, kitchen, living, den) are organized into a

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Folly / Cohesion Studio

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  • Architects: Cohesion Studio
  • Location: Joshua Tree National Park, California, United States
  • Lead Architect/ Designer: Malek Alqadi
  • Area: 950.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Sam Frost
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Text description provided by the architects. Folly is a peculiar prototype built to serve as a conversation piece, lend interest to its surroundings through an architectural medium. Upon arrival, Folly sets the tone to disconnect from the norm, the expected, and provokes you to connect with the surroundings. I perceived it as a design paradigm, a small space with a big experience, modern and innovative while grounded within its environment. Surrounded by Joshua Tree National Park stands two cabins with siding weathered naturally to a tawny finish. Within these simple gabled forms lies a complex network that enables them to operate entirely off the grid.

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13 Instagram Accounts That Showcase the Diversity of Facades Around the World

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In recent years, social media (especially Instagram) has become an extremely important tool in the field of architecture. Instagram has become the go-to visual platform for showcasing a wide variety of architectural typologies and styles, city views, and stunning edifices that often go unnoticed. While these buildings may seem ordinary to the everyday passerby, they become objects of art for not only architects but those who stop to take notice of their design.

Below we have selected 13 Instagram accounts dedicated to highlighting facades and walls from around the world, showcasing the diversity of our cities.

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Napoli Afragola Station / Zaha Hadid Architects

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  • Client: Rete Ferroviaria Italiana S.P.A.
  • Project Director: Filippo Innocenti
  • Project Architects: Roberto Vangeli; Paola Cattarin (competition phase);
  • Design Team: Michele Salvi; Federico Bistolfi; Cesare Griffa; Paolo Zilli; Mario Mattia; Tobias Hegemann; Chiara Baccarini; Alessandra Bellia; Serena Pietrantonj; Roberto Cavallaro; Karim Muallem; Luciano Letteriello; Domenico Di Francesco; Marco Guardincerri; Davide Del Giudice.
  • Competition Team: Fernando Perez Vera; Ergian Alberg; Hon Kong Chee; Cesare Griffa; Karim Muallem; Steven Hatzellis Thomas Vietzke; Jens Borstelmann; Robert Neumayr; Elena Perez; Adriano De Gioannis; Simon Kim; Selim Mimita.
  • Structural Engineering And Geotechnics: AKT – Hanif Kara, Paul Scott / INTERPROGETTI – Giampiero Martuscelli
  • Environmental Engineering, M&E: MAX FORDHAM – Henry Luker, Neil Smith / STUDIO REALE – Francesco Reale, Vittorio Criscuolo Gaito
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Sleeve House / actual / office

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  • Structural Engineer: Taconic Engineering
  • General Contractor : Lorne Dawes
  • Concrete Contractor : Neilsen Concrete
  • Hvac Contractor : Dells Plumbing and Heating
  • Solar Consultant : Lotus Energy
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Text description provided by the architects. Oriented in relation to the rolling hills of its site and views of surrounding mountain ranges, the house is conceived as two elongated volumes – a smaller inner volume sleeved into a larger outer – sitting on a cast-in-place concrete base. Sleeving the two volumes creates two distinct types of interior space: first, between the inner and outer volumes, and second within the inner volume.

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More public spaces of the house are in between the inner and outer volumes; they are the

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‘Allende’ Performance Hall and Rehearsal Studios / Dominique Coulon & associés

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  • Architects: Dominique Coulon & associés
  • Location: 5bis Avenue René Coty, 59370 Mons-en-Barœul, France
  • Architect In Charge: Dominique Coulon, Olivier Nicollas
  • Architects Assistants : Fanny Lienart, Lukas Unbekandt, Thibaut Muller, Guillaume Wittmann, Diego Bastos-Romero
  • Area: 2336.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Eugeni Pons, David Romero-Uzeda
  • Construction Site Supervision : Damien Surroca Architects
  • Structural Engineer : Batiserf Ingénierie
  • Electrical Engineer : BET Gilbert Jost
  • Mechanical Plumbing Engineer : BET Gilbert Jost
  • Environmental Engineer : Impact QE
  • Scenographer : Changement à vue
  • Cost Estimator : E3 Économie
  • Acoustics: Euro sound project
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Text description provided by the architects. Set in the orthonormal organisation of the town of Mons-en-Barœul, the cultural centre pivots, the better to look at the town hall. The building gains in autonomy and becomes an urban landmark. It contains three music studios, one 500‑seat modular auditorium, a bar, an exhibition gallery, and a large rehearsal room.

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Gateway Arch Museum / Cooper Robertson

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  • Architects: Cooper Robertson
  • Location: 11 N 4th St, St. Louis, MO 63102, United States
  • Area: 47000.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2018
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Accessible Design Goals
The Museum expansion, exhibits, and Arch grounds have been designed to utilize the core principles of Universal Design, which are founded on equal or equivalent means of use for all visitors and staff, and exceeds the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) These guidelines have been instrumental in creating an environment which is as simple and intuitive to use as possible, while also drastically reducing physical and attitudinal barriers to all users. The typical experience by users of all abilities will be enhanced by an environment which is more comfortable to use and thus encourages increased daily use and re-visitation.

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Sustainability Goals 
The project is currently targeting LEED Gold certification. Some highlights

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Contemporary Canadian Wooden Architecture in Photos and Drawings

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© Jonathan Friedman © Jonathan Friedman Today we celebrate Canada Day by paying a special tribute to timber construction and Canada's close ties with wood--as evidenced by its maple tree leaf emblem.

Canadian architects have excelled in timber design and architecture at various scales. These 15 examples of Canadian timber projects and their drawings range from temporary installations to an 8-story high-rise wooden structure building. With sustainability and precision in the details, wood continues, and will always remain, one of our favorite building materials.

Bridge House / LLAMA urban design

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Swallowfield Barn / MOTIV Architects

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Rope Pavilion / Kevin Erickson

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Gulf Islands Residence / RUFproject

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Grotto Sauna / Partisans

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Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum /
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Sushi Bar Designs: 10 Restaurant Interiors Around the World

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© Leonardo Finotti © Leonardo Finotti Sushi, one of Japan’s most popular and traditional dishes has now established itself as a worldwide favorite for people all around the globe and (indeed) for architects, especially. Many countries have established sushi culture into their menus and restaurants from Spain to Dubai have adapted Japanese architecture to create the perfect space for eating sushi. The key to these serene interiors rely on Japanese interior qualities such as soft illumination, wooden finishings and textures that create the right environment.

Since June 18th is World Sushi Day, we are celebrating with this selection of 10 sushi bars and restaurants from all around the world!

Zen Sushi Restaurant / Carlo Berarducci Architecture 

Italy
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NiGiRi Sushi and Restaurant / Junsekino Architect And Design 

Thailand

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Setsugekka Japanese Cuisine / Shanghai Hip-Pop Architectural Decoration Co. 

China

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Bulgari Kuala Lumpur / MVRDV

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  • Architects: MVRDV
  • Location: Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Design Team: Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries
  • Area: 103.4 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Daria Scagliola and Edit - Stijn Brakkee
  • Concept Phase: Design Team: Jacob van Rijs, Fokke Moerel with Sanne van der Burgh, Aser Giménez Ortega, Elien Deceuninck, Rico van de Gevel and Junxiang Zhang
  • Design And Material Development Phase: Design Team: Jacob van Rijs, Fokke Moerel with Aser Giménez Ortega, Elien Deceuninck, Simone Costa, Frane Stancic, William de Ronde, Marek Nosek and Rico van de Gevel
  • Construction Phase Design Team: Jacob van Rijs, Fokke Moerel with Aser Giménez Ortega, Simone Costa and Marek Nosek
  • Material Research: Delft University of Technology – Rob Nijsse, Frederic A. Veer, Telesilla Bristogianni, Faidra Oikonomopoulou, Lida Barou and Kees Baardolf
  • Structural Research: ABT bv – E.H.J.
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