Fabrika Filmes Headquarters / CoDA arquitetos

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  • Authors: Gabriel Nogueira, Guilherme Araujo e Pedro Grilo
  • Collaborators: Thiago Turchi, Daniel Brito, Brunno de Sá
  • Landscape: Quinta, Paula Farage, Viridiana Goulart
  • Mechanical Engineer: Paulo Resende
  • Concrete Project: ProEst, eng. Vladmir Barbán, eng. Yasser Vasconcellos
  • Steel Project: Medabil
  • Compatibility: CoDA Arquitetos
  • Project Facilities: Projet
  • Acoustic Project: Luís Fernando Cysne
  • Lighting Technician: Dessine / TC iluminação
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Archictecture of shared spaces

 The project for Fabrika Filmes’s new headquarters emerges from a core challenge: to create a concise and flexible building, adapted to the needs of a video production company and its partners. A careful analysis of the previous headquarters was crucial for creating a blueprint of their requirements, to allow a smooth transfer and

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Cheese Dairy De Tijd, Westbeemster / Bastiaan Jongerius Architecten

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  • Architects: Bastiaan Jongerius Architecten
  • Location: Rijperweg 20, 1464 MB Westbeemster, The Netherlands
  • Architect In Charge: Bastiaan Jongerius
  • Area: 15000.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Photographs: Luuk Kramer
  • Collaborators: Gertjan van Laar, Steven Steenbruggen, Dingeman Deijs, Milad Pallesh, Merel Martens, Santiago Bescansa, Wouter Pops
  • Constructor: Visser & Smit Bouw, department Groningen
  • Advisor: Feenstra Adviseurs, Duiven
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Text description provided by the architects. CONO Cheesemakers wished in 2006 to replace the current cheese dairy and stay in the Beemster Polder,  after all the production of the Beemsterkaas belongs in the Beemster Polder.  Beemster (1612) is most famous Dutch reclaimed land, since 1999 a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The design for the cheese dairy  had to be indebted to the DNA of the polder.

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A world heritage is to be "a masterpiece or characteristic of an important period in history." The new

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Connexion / Patrick Tighe Architecture

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  • Architects: Patrick Tighe Architecture
  • Location: Burbank, CA, United States
  • Architect In Charge: Patrick Tighe, FAIA
  • Project Designer: Kervin Lau
  • Project Team : Patrick Tighe, Kervin Lau, Antonio Follo, Bran Arifin, Joanne Kim, Katarina Richter, Eric Giragosian
  • Project Year: 2016
  • Photographs: Matthew Momberger, Bran Arifin
  • Structural Engineer: Mario Cardona P.E., Englekirk
  • M/E/P Engineer: Hisham Barakat, ARC Engineering
  • General Contractor: Keith Taylor, KPRS
  • Fabricator: Andreas Froech, Machineous, LLC
  • Lighting Consultant: Erin Erdman, eSquared Lighting
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Text description provided by the architects. Driven by an enlightened urbanism that proposes a mutually enriching intersection of commercial uses, as well as access to public transportation and green space. Connexion is an office campus located in the heart of downtown Burbank that offers an optimal environment in which to create and collaborate, to work, meet and relax.

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San Isidro Residence / Valls Arquitectos

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  • Architects: Valls Arquitectos
  • Location: Guatemala City, Guatemala
  • Author Architect: Pedro Valls
  • Engineers: Sigfrido Arrivillaga
  • Hydrosanitary Design: Gustavo Ortiz
  • Interior Design: Juan Carlos Riso
  • Landscape: Carmen Pokorny
  • Area: 996.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: Leonardo Izaguirre
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Text description provided by the architects. The residence, located in Guatemala City, overlooks San Isidro’s golf field. It has a contemporary and innovative design intended to be modern and timeless at the same time. Surrounded by vegetation in a peaceful and natural environment, we took advantage of its scenery and integrated the gardens and the natural views to be part of the interior spaces; which resulted in a blending between the interior and the exterior space.

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Due to the strong slope of the site, the spaces are arranged in three different floor plans, creating an entrance to the underground garage, while leaving the main spaces in

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Deck House / FRARI – architecture network

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Text description provided by the architects. The challenge of this project was the expansion of a single-family house, with five years of existence. The house had weaknesses in its spatial organization, with missing space in some areas and wasted space in another ones. Besides, the house had no relation with green surroundings, it was needed a study that could restore the relationship between the inner and outer space.

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The unification of the two initial plots, with a total of about 1300 m2, allowed a new configuration of the volume, that was extended horizontally, reinforcing the connection with

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Casa en La Loma / RVO Studio

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  • Architects: RVO Studio
  • Location: Mexico
  • Architect In Charge: Raúl Velazquez
  • Construction And Management: Gabriel Rosales
  • Area: 630.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2016
  • Photographs: Marcos Garcia
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Shapes that suit the simplicity of the tropic Planning spaces from natural resources seems to be easy. In this case, tropical climate and terrain unevenness have worked in favor of the creativity and talent of RVO Studio, an architecture firm led by Raul Velazquez, who takes chances using local elements in order to bring personality to each and every of his projects.
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Such is a case with Casa en la Loma (House on the Hill), a residential design located in San Pancho beach in Nayarit, Mexico, in which RVO Studio has decided to blend the intersection of shadows and airflow, making this a pair that furnishes the space with a comfort level which otherwise could only

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Cottage in Vilnius / Studio Interjero Architektura + Architect Indre Sunklodiene

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  • Interior Designer: Indre Sunklodiene
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Text description provided by the architects. The clients of this cottage in Vilnius are a young couple, who worked in London while all project of their new home in Vilnius was in progress. This task was to make a cozy apartment with 2 floors in cozy modern- Scandinavian style with an edge. 

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The main problem in 1 floor was an oblong space. The idea of a long TV cabinet combined with a soft bench for a dining table came like solving this problem with no extra space for a dining area. Huge metal shelf with a wooden cubes gives a depth for this living space. 

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Vistas de Cerro Grande Community Center / Arquitectura en Proceso

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  • Architects: Arquitectura en Proceso
  • Location: Chihuahua, Mexico
  • Architect In Charge: Arquitectura en Proceso
  • Area: 693.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2011

Text description provided by the architects. Vistas del Cerro Grande is an irregular settlement located on the southeast periphery of Chihuahua City. Its characteristics were very specific and particular since it lacked services and urban infrastructure. The generalized insecurity in the city and the lack of public spaces turned this neighborhood into a troubled and dangerous area.

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In response to this situation, the government in turn promoted the construction of 3 community-based projects to support the development of the area with the intention of promoting the safety and well-being of the inhabitants. A community center, a health center and a sports center were built to address these priority issues.

The project of the community center Vistas del Cerro Grande is developed from three important points: the user, the

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Memoir Medical Clinic / Estudio ELGUE

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  • Others Participants: Jorgelina Rolón, Jessica Cattoni, Jorge Amarilla, Daniela Caballero, Kike Salinas, Daira Pereira
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In the middle of formulation and reformulation of the contemporary city model in search of multiple resource optimization, the issue of housing production occupies a relevant chapter if we talk about energy saving, efficient mobility and reduced pollution. The space - time between these two activities is determinant, the greater the gap between housing and work, the greater the problems. From there, the idea of the urban productive unit is a solution, “I work where I live and I live where I work”; and if, in addition, existing structures for Reform and Enlargement are reused, we believe that we are collaborating with an efficient model
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Hypo / Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architekten

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  • Architects: Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architekten
  • Location: Bregenz, Austria
  • Architect In Charge: S. Gaudl
  • Structural Engineering: Mader Flatz, Bregenz
  • Building Services: Klimaplan, Hohenems
  • Building Physics: Künz, Hard
  • Electrical Engineering: Hecht, Rankweil
  • Facades: Mosbacher, Schwarzach
  • Area: 5.6 m2
  • Project Year: 2008
  • Photographs: Bruno Klomfar
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Text description provided by the architects. This was once the site of the Montfort, a hotel built in Bregenz in 1877 during the Gründerzeit era. In 1921, architect Willibald Braun erected an adjoining and historicizing building with a neo-classicist façade for the Provincial Parliament of Vorarlberg. The hotel, the “Graues Haus” (grey house), served as an administration building to the Provincial Government. Between 1981 and 1984, after the construction of the new parliament, it was replaced by a postmodernist office and commercial building with an inclined roof. The building is linked to the city centre via a diagonal passage. Extensive refurbishments,

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Hypo / Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architekten

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  • Architects: Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architekten
  • Location: Bregenz, Austria
  • Architect In Charge: S. Gaudl
  • Structural Engineering: Mader Flatz, Bregenz
  • Building Services: Klimaplan, Hohenems
  • Building Physics: Künz, Hard
  • Electrical Engineering: Hecht, Rankweil
  • Facades: Mosbacher, Schwarzach
  • Area: 5.6 m2
  • Project Year: 2008
  • Photographs: Bruno Klomfar
© Bruno Klomfar © Bruno Klomfar

Text description provided by the architects. This was once the site of the Montfort, a hotel built in Bregenz in 1877 during the Gründerzeit era. In 1921, architect Willibald Braun erected an adjoining and historicizing building with a neo-classicist façade for the Provincial Parliament of Vorarlberg. The hotel, the “Graues Haus” (grey house), served as an administration building to the Provincial Government. Between 1981 and 1984, after the construction of the new parliament, it was replaced by a postmodernist office and commercial building with an inclined roof. The building is linked to the city centre via a diagonal passage. Extensive refurbishments,

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El Bosque Dwelling / Mano de Santo

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Text description provided by the architects. Detached dwelling project "El Bosque 161". Valencia. Developed by Mano de Santo Architecture Team. The spirit and the personality of the owners influence in the design from the beginning til the end. 

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A restless, rebel and non-conformist character induces that the design of the house adds experiences already lived and dreams up to live.

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Implanting the building on this site is a challenge and it is also a motivation, because the plot has a very sharp slope and orientation and spectacular views to the sea and the city of Valencia.

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The house is located at the steepest point of the plot and is formed by two volumes, one embedded in the

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Kanarie Club / Studio Modijefsky

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  • Architects: Studio Modijefsky
  • Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Architects In Charge: Esther Stam, Natalia Nikolopoulou, Kristina Petrauskaite, Moene van Werven, Kleoniki Fotiadou, Zahra Rajaei
  • Area: 699.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2016
  • Photographs: Maarten Willemstein
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Text description provided by the architects. Set in De Hallen, a former tram depot in Amsterdam west, Kanarie Club pays tribute to the old trams with its renewed design. Digging deep into the history of the building, Studio Modijefsky has created a design with strong references to the past. As a tram depot there were several activities taking place in the space giving service to the run down trams, such as electricity, paint, wood and metal work. These skills and the tools and work spaces they require, inspires the material and colour palette of the new interior and are means to divide the new restaurant space into different zones.

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Casa Perea Borobio / Canales Lombardero

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  • Architects: Canales Lombardero
  • Location: Seville, Spain
  • Architect In Charge: Francisco González de Canales, Nuria Álvarez Lombardero
  • Area: 0.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2016
  • Photographs: Fernando Alda 
  • Collaborating Architect: Francisco González de Canales L.O.
  • Rigger: Felipe Fernández de Bobadilla
  • Project Manager: Juan Durán
  • Studio Collaborators: Encarnación Márquez, Yonatan Buchhandler, Haowen Lim (Architects students)
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Text description provided by the architects. A retired couple, both doctors decide to use their life savings to build a new house in Seville for them and for their visiting kin who living in the UK. They want the house to be designed for today, but also serve the future generations to come.

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Durability, solid construction, energy efficiency and the recycling of client materials are set as priorities for the construction. Flexibility for future uses is articulated through the restraints associated with these priorities and by setting a clear system

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Stag’s Leap Wine Cellar Winery Visitor Center / BC Estudio Architects

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From the architect. Located a short walk from The Arcade (first project of BC for this winery), the building with a series of spaces that bring the world of wine closer to visitors. You can access it across a square, and going through a large doorway, a lobby allows you to view the various activities carried out: the private and groups tastings rooms and on the back, the areas of service, which support the events organization. But certainly it highlights the great tasting room, with a bar that has as its backdrop the magnificent landscape of the vast fields of vineyards and mountains, allowing the visitor to taste the wine with this stimulating and panoramic view.

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Stag’s Leap Wine Cellar Winery Visitor Center / BC Estudio Architects

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From the architect. Located a short walk from The Arcade (first project of BC for this winery), the building with a series of spaces that bring the world of wine closer to visitors. You can access it across a square, and going through a large doorway, a lobby allows you to view the various activities carried out: the private and groups tastings rooms and on the back, the areas of service, which support the events organization. But certainly it highlights the great tasting room, with a bar that has as its backdrop the magnificent landscape of the vast fields of vineyards and mountains, allowing the visitor to taste the wine with this stimulating and panoramic view.

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Stag’s Leap Wine Cellar Winery Visitor Center / BC Estudio Architects

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From the architect. Located a short walk from The Arcade (first project of BC for this winery), the building with a series of spaces that bring the world of wine closer to visitors. You can access it across a square, and going through a large doorway, a lobby allows you to view the various activities carried out: the private and groups tastings rooms and on the back, the areas of service, which support the events organization. But certainly it highlights the great tasting room, with a bar that has as its backdrop the magnificent landscape of the vast fields of vineyards and mountains, allowing the visitor to taste the wine with this stimulating and panoramic view.

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Stag’s Leap Wine Cellar Winery Visitor Center / BC Estudio Architects

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From the architect. Located a short walk from The Arcade (first project of BC for this winery), the building with a series of spaces that bring the world of wine closer to visitors. You can access it across a square, and going through a large doorway, a lobby allows you to view the various activities carried out: the private and groups tastings rooms and on the back, the areas of service, which support the events organization. But certainly it highlights the great tasting room, with a bar that has as its backdrop the magnificent landscape of the vast fields of vineyards and mountains, allowing the visitor to taste the wine with this stimulating and panoramic view.

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From the architect. Located a short walk from The Arcade (first project of BC for this winery), the building with a series of spaces that bring the world of wine closer to visitors. You can access it across a square, and going through a large doorway, a lobby allows you to view the various activities carried out: the private and groups tastings rooms and on the back, the areas of service, which support the events organization. But certainly it highlights the great tasting room, with a bar that has as its backdrop the magnificent landscape of the vast fields of vineyards and mountains, allowing the visitor to taste the wine with this stimulating and panoramic view.

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The House of Pagona / Smyrlis Architects

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  • Team: Tina Liagi, Eleana Myriouni, Dimitris Sylaidos, Nana Stathi, Stacy Nikolaou
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From the architect. The house of Pagona transforms the market limitations of a low cost construction as well as certain typical wishes and regional references of its inhabitants into architecture.

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The residence is situated at Vari, a coastal suburb of Athens, beyond the Attica Basin, near the foothills of Mt. Hymettus.  With a local climate of mild winters and hot summers, and a flat topography of an ancient salt-bed surrounded by hills, the building is surrounded by low density, contractor-built, single-family residences.

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The design of the project is defined by low-cost, sustainability and low-energy use

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