Dallara Academy / Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia

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  • Architects: Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia
  • Location: Varano de' Melegari, Parma, Italy
  • Architect In Charge: Alfonso Femia
  • Design: Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia / AF517*
  • Design Team: Lorenza Barabino, Alessandro Bellus, Luca Bonsignorio, Angela Cavallari, Simonetta Cenci, Marco Corazza, Alfonso Femia, Chiara Frumento, Andrea Lucchi, Sara Massa, Enrico Martino, Vera Messana, Michela Scala, Ilaria Sisto, Vincenzo Tripodi
  • Area: 2971.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Stefano Anzini
  • Coordination: Simonetta Cenci
  • Structural Engineering: Redesco Progetti srl
  • Services Engineering: FOR Engineering Architecture
  • Museum Fitting Out: Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia con Tapiro Design
  • Interior Design: Alfonso Femia AF*design
  • Lighting: Alfonso Femia AF*design con Invisible Lab (Silvia Perego)
  • Safety Management: Ecogeo srl
  • Main Contractor: Mario Neri spa
  • Project Responsible: Marco Corazza
  • Collaborateurs: Stefano Cioncoloni, Gaia D’Abrosca, Elena Molfino, Tania Poggi
  • Technical Direction: Alfonso Femia / Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia
  • Assistance Technical Direction: Marco Corazza, Corrado Vaschetti (FOR)
  • Project Manager For Dallara: Ing. Alberto Lunardini
  • Renderings: PARIS Render
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MaisonP / PietriArchitectes

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  • Architects: PietriArchitectes
  • Location: Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade, France
  • Lead Architects: PietriArchitectes
  • Area: 296.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Philippe Biolatto
  • Inspection Engineers: APAVE SUD EUROPE
  • Structural Engineering Consultants: OGC
  • Client: Praximmo
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Text description provided by the architects. Located in a village, MaisonP nestles in a cosy space boasting dense vegetation on a hillside parcel offering a panoramic view over the Alps.

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The simple volumes of the house were designed to marry with the orientation of the land. Changes to the natural slope of the hill are thus kept to a minimum and its wild character preserved.

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The project is composed of two distinct parts: the main house and a drystone outbuilding. The house, with a floor area of 296 sqm, is built on one and the same level but divided into several units. The ground floor comprises three separate

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IIM-B New Classroom Complex / Mindspace Architects

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  • Architects: Mindspace Architects
  • Location: Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
  • Lead Architects: Ar. Sanjay Mohe, Ar. Chelliah Sudalaimuthu, Er.Uday Kumar
  • Structural Consultants: M/S Krishna Hegde ,Maya
  • Electrical Cunsultants: M/S Akash Enterprises
  • Plumbing Consultants: M/S Maplehydraulics Consultants
  • Civil Contractor: URC
  • Client: Indian Institute Of Management, Bangalore
  • Area: 6500.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2014
  • Photographs: PHX India
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Text description provided by the architects. IIM-B New Classroom Complex

The classroom block is proposed above an existing building along the main movement axis of the campus. The primary design intent of the classroom block was to strike a chord with the existing campus. The existing columns were strengthened and some new columns were added along the periphery of the proposed building without obstructing the existing building.

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The program for the new classroom block was 8 classrooms, discussion rooms and its ancillaries. A wide

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Garage Hall House / Tsukagoshi Miyashita Sekkei

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Text description provided by the architects. This house is located in a residential area in Tokyo and designed for a married couple with 2 children and their 2 cars.

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Though this residential area is located in dense city center, most of the residents have a built-in car garage with a shutter. Since houses in this area built in a small and narrow plot, the typical house with built-in garage has their living space back of the garage where lighting and ventilation condition is inadequate.

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This project aimed to redefine the typology, which is repeatedly built in this area, to show possibility to improve living condition. This house has a hall of 2 stories height

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Rutgers University-Camden: Nursing and Science Building / Perkins Eastman

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  • Architect Of Record: NELSON Architects
  • Civil Engineer: Langan Engineering
  • Mep Engineer: Vanderweil
  • Structural Engineer: O’Donnell & Naccarato
  • General Contractor: Hunter Roberts Construction Group
  • Owner’s Representative: Greyhawk
  • Exterior Wall Consultant: Atelier 10
  • Roof Consultant: Roof Maintenance Systems
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Text description provided by the architects. After several decades of disinvestment and decline, the City of Camden, New Jersey, has recently shown a commitment to revitalization and community-building. This commitment is realized in the new Rutgers University-Camden: Nursing and Science Building. The building announces the seriousness of purpose about the revitalization efforts underway that are positioning Camden as a major player in “eds and meds.”

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Outlier Lofts / French 2D

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  • Architects: French 2D
  • Location: Boston, Massachusetts United States
  • Area: 1600.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: John Horner
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Text description provided by the architects. Outlier Lofts, designed by Boston-based architecture firm French 2D, is a renovation that addresses the site’s many historical layers. Sited on an urban corner in the neighborhood of Charlestown, the existing structure underwent a series of re-orientations, a history that French 2D threads into the new design, considering the way its three sides operate as both ‘backs’ and ‘fronts’ of the building.

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The building was originally constructed in the 19th century as a pair of connected townhouses with entrances facing a wide canal and a sea of potato sheds along a trainline. Following a fire in the 1960s that destroyed the third floor, the building was reoriented, with its main entrance shifted to an abutting side

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Skywalk / Arc Designs

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  • Architects: Arc Designs
  • Location: Upper Rock Nature Reserve, Gibraltar
  • Lead Architects: Arc Designs
  • Architect: Arc Designs, in collaboration with Mayice Studio at concept design stage
  • Area: 140.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Stephen Ball, courtesy of Bovis-Koala JV
  • Project Management: JLC Consulting
  • Structural Engineers: Bellapart, in collaboration with Ramboll Gibraltar
  • Principal Contractor: Bovis Koala JV
  • Steel Structure And Glazing: Ales Grupo
  • Concept Design: Arc Designs + Mayice Studio at
  • Client: HM Government of Gibraltar
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"The Skywalk is the newest attraction built in the Upper Rock Nature Reserve on behalf of HM Government of Gibraltar, as part of a wider project of improvements carried out with the aim of providing locals and visitors alike new and diverse ways to enjoy the Rock of Gibraltar. The wider master-plan project has also seen the construction of a

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Skywalk / Arc Designs

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  • Architects: Arc Designs
  • Location: Upper Rock Nature Reserve, Gibraltar
  • Lead Architects: Arc Designs
  • Architect: Arc Designs, in collaboration with Mayice Studio at concept design stage
  • Area: 140.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Stephen Ball, courtesy of Bovis-Koala JV
  • Project Management: JLC Consulting
  • Structural Engineers: Bellapart, in collaboration with Ramboll Gibraltar
  • Principal Contractor: Bovis Koala JV
  • Steel Structure And Glazing: Ales Grupo
  • Concept Design: Arc Designs + Mayice Studio at
  • Client: HM Government of Gibraltar
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"The Skywalk is the newest attraction built in the Upper Rock Nature Reserve on behalf of HM Government of Gibraltar, as part of a wider project of improvements carried out with the aim of providing locals and visitors alike new and diverse ways to enjoy the Rock of Gibraltar. The wider master-plan project has also seen the construction of a

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Unbricked House / Merrylees Architecture

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  • Architects: Merrylees Architecture
  • Location: Brighton, Australia
  • Lead Architects: Jane Merrylees (Director), Sarit Wermut (Project Architect)
  • Builder: Codbuild
  • Structural Engineer: Ian Evans and Associates
  • Area: 245.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Tom Ross
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Text description provided by the architects. The brief was to transform this brick Victorian home, situated on a main road, into a tranquil family residence capable of accommodating the lifestyle of the occupants for many years to come. The features of the original home were to be retained wherever possible, however the challenge was to introduce an abundance of natural light, and create a more livable environment that performed well thermally year round.

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By utilising the functional layout and large proportions of the front rooms, spaces that were perfect for bedrooms, a study / den and bathroom, there was minimal cost to resolve half of the brief which

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The Mark / ZGF Architects

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  • Architects: ZGF Architects
  • Location: Seattle, Washington, United States
  • Design Architect/Architect Of Record: ZGF Architects
  • The Sanctuary/Hotel And Restaurant Architect: Phillippe Stark
  • Historical Preservation Architect: Ron Wright & Associates
  • Area: 750000.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Connie Zhou, Lara Swimmer
  • Construction Manager/General Contractor: JTM Construction
  • Structural Engineer: Arup USA
  • Civil Engineer/Shoring Design: Coughlin Porter Lundeen
  • Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing Engineers: Syska Hennessy Group, Inc., The Rushing Group, Auburn Mechanical, Cochran, Hermanson Company
  • Vertical Transportation: Edgett Williams Consulting Group
  • Lighting: The Lighting Design Alliance
  • Environmental: EA Engineering, Science, and Technology
  • Broker: JLL
  • Ownership: Daniels Real Estate, Stockbridge Real Estate
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Text description provided by the architects. In the design of a new commercial office tower and hotel in a downtown Seattle development, the owner held the rights to demolish a historically-significant church on the site, allowing for the development of a larger, half-block footprint. The

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Sackett Hill House / Deborah Berke Partners

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  • Structural Engineer: Ross Dalland
  • Lighting Designer : PHT Lighting
  • General Contractor: Frank Talcott, Inc.
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Text description provided by the architects. On a large property in northwestern Connecticut, we designed this modern house to frame a long view to the south. The property is accessed by a long curving driveway through the densely wooded site. Upon arrival at the pea gravel parking area, visitors walk on a stone path through an opening in a historic stone fence to reach the house, a subtle threshold that heightens awareness of the landscape. Inside, the expansive view of the rolling grassy hills and the pool are revealed.

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All of the family’s program—four bedrooms, a library,

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Sesc Avenida Paulista / Königsberger Vannucchi Arquitetos Associados

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  • Architects: Königsberger Vannucchi Arquitetos Associados
  • Location: Av. Paulista, 119 - Paraíso, São Paulo - SP, 01311-903, Brazil
  • Author: Gianfranco Vannucchi
  • Collaborators: Vera L. Tusco, Karina Kohutek, Albert Sugai, Sandra Dellarole, Daniel Port, Isadora Citrin
  • Area: 128761.9 ft2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Pedro Vannucchi
  • Acoustics : Harmonia Acústica
  • Air Conditioning: Thermoplan Engenharia Térmica
  • Visual Communication: O2
  • Cenotecnia: Gustavo Siqueira Lanfranchi
  • Thermal Comfort: Daltrini Granado
  • Kitchen: Nucleora Planejamento
  • Frames: Arqmate
  • Concrete And Metallic Structure: Kurkdjian e Fruchtengarten
  • Facade: Worker
  • Foundation: MAG
  • Waterproofing: Imperpav Projetos
  • Electrical And Hydraulic Installations: PHE Engenharia
  • Logic: Laga Engenharia
  • Lighting: Estudio Carlos Fortes Luz
  • Landscaping: Albuquerque Arquitetura
  • Wood Floor: Xylema
  • Structural Recovery: DFA
  • Security, Supervision And Detection And Alarm Systems: Bettoni Automação
  • Sound: Crysalis Produtos
  • Smt/Cet: Tekton
  • Elevator: Empro Comércio
  • Audio And Video Technology: AVM (Reinaldo Pargas)
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Text description provided by the architects. The new unit stands out as an extension

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Vieira de Almeida & Associados Offices / PMC Arquitectos + Openbook Arquitectura

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  • Structure: Betar
  • Technical Instalations: Joule JGT - Engenharia Lda.
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Text description provided by the architects. The chosen site to accommodate the new offices of Vieira de Almeida Associados law firm is located in the center of Lisbon, in a former industrial area near Tejo riverside. The project develops through two old industrial buildings: the main one faces Dom Luís I street and Boqueirão do Duro and contains the larger facilities; the smaller one is turned to Conde Barão Square and holds part of the back-office services.

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The two buildings are connected internally to facilitate functional and working communications, increasing public and private routes, contributing to the different levels of articulation and complexity, reflecting

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Taika Kindergarten / OOPEAA

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  • Architects: OOPEAA
  • Location: Seinäjoki, Finland
  • Lead Architects: Anssi Lassila
  • Project Architect: Anne Kaivo-oja
  • Assistants: Juha Pakkala, Timo Etula
  • Area: 3100.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Mikko Auerniitty
  • Landscape Architect: OOPEAA / VSU landscape architects
  • Engineering: Contria Oy / Jarno Haapanen
  • Client: City of Seinäjoki
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Text description provided by the architects. The Taika Kindergarten building is carefully designed with the needs and the scale of children in mind in order to provide them an experiential and friendly space. Taika opened its doors to serve Seinäjoki families in January 2018, and it has been well loved by the staff and the children alike since the beginning.

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Despite the relatively large number of children served, Taika manages to offer a home-like scale. Taika provides daycare for 225 children between ages of one and seven as well as a place of work for 50

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Thuy Khue House / HGAA

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  • Architects: HGAA
  • Location: Hanói, Vietnam
  • Lead Architects: Nguyen Van Thu, Nguyen Minh Duc
  • Area: 85.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Hoang Le Photography
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Text description provided by the architects. Thuy Khue house is located at a crowded residential area in Hanoi, which contains numerous long, small and narrow alleys. The living environment in areas like this is always short of green and natural light. The design is an effort to deal with the situation, in order to create a living environment that close to nature in such an unhealthy urban atmosphere.

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The site has an amorphous shape without façade, surrounded by 4- to 5-story houses, left only a small path leading to the house.

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The design proposes a 3-storey high courtyard at the core of the site. It includes two parts, half inside

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Space House / HBA-rchitects

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  • Architects: HBA-rchitects
  • Location: Yangju-si, South Korea
  • Lead Architects: Hyobin Jung
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Woochul Jung
  • Structural Engineer: Kum Structure
  • Construction: ileap Constructure
  • Site Area: 254.80 ㎡
  • Building Area: 127.37 ㎡
  • Gross Floor Area: 207.55 ㎡
  • Client: Youngwoo Kim
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The universe is a broad word that encompasses all the material, space, and time that exists in the world. Would not the family's material, time, and space be like another small universe? The fact that the word "universe" is composed of 宇(house) 宙(house) gives more meaning to our idea. We decided to make a small universe of 13.4m X 13.4m squares, assuming that each of the planets, the family, would be involved in various ways and their time. Because the house was like a small universe of space and time.

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CitizenM Bowery / Concrete + Stephen B. Jacobs Group

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Text description provided by the architects. Concrete Architectural Associates and Stephen B. Jacobs Group in collaboration with DeSimone Consulting Engineers, completed the design of CitizenM Bowery, the tallest modular hotel in the United States. Located in Lower East Side, Manhattan, the 21-story building measures approximately 100,000 square feet with 300 modular guestrooms and an assortment of hotel amenities. he hotel includes a rooftop bar and lounge, a bistro-style restaurant and coworking space on the ground level, and a 4,000-square-foot plaza.

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This project is citizenM’s second hotel in New York, following the opening of their Times Square property in 2014.

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DeSimone’s design team was challenged not only to deliver

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El Expendio de Maíz / Ludwig Godefroy Architecture

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Text description provided by the architects. The story of the expendio de maiz project started from a road trip between friends, those trips when we decide to leave Mexico city for a few days, to go the rural countryside, far from our trendy urban way of life in the capital, to those simple villages, non touristic ones, where we can enjoy simple food, simple moments of authentic mexican life, just watching the people living.

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Very often when you travel by car in mexico, it normal to drive straight from 7 to 8 hours, which means at some point you´ll need to eat, to eat very simple mexican food they prepare along the road, or

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Diamond Head Mountain House / Rob Paulus Architects

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  • Landscape Architect: Rob Paulus Architects
  • Construction Manager: Rob Paulus Architects
  • Interior Designer: Baker + Hesseldenz Design, Inc.
  • Construction Cost: $480,000
  • Owner: Sheldon Danielson
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Text description provided by the architects. This house for an astronomer in the Tucson Mountains takes full advantage of its sloping site to create a dramatic living arrangement in a harsh yet beautiful environment. Working with a minimal footprint, the stacked scheme utilizes strategic view openings as well as a vertical progression of spaces to proceed from enclosed and earthbound to lofty and skyward. An observatory on top of the hill with remote viewing inside the house completes the scheme.

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Passive solar orientation creates large openings to north views with shaded glazing at south vistas that

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SinnerSchrader Studio Prague / Kurz architects

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‘Form follows function’, one of the strongest mantras of modern architectures found another tight fit at the new studio premises of SinnerSchrader in Prague. The Czech based Kurz architects designed a new office space in an old industrial building. Both, the architects and the German based digital agency, combined the ideas of interior and digital architectures. Throughout the course of a half-year period, they used agile processes to plan, build and create a space for 60 digital workers. With a fixed budget and timing, the scope of the solution was constantly re-prioritised and iterated upon – in an open, joyful and proactive manner. Trust and willingness to execute stood in the foreground of the international collaboration. Elements like building blocks, frameworks and

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