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Designed by the Spanish architect Jose Rafael Moneo, Columbia University’s new interdisciplinary science building, at the corner of Broadway and 120th Street, “draws on a range of precedents, from the austere Modernism of Adolf Loos to the original McKim, Mead & White master plan for Columbia’s Morningside Heights campus,” writes Nicolai Ouroussoff.
Located in Kaunas, Lithuania, this house was built in 2009 for a family of four by the architects G. Natkevicius & Partners. The structural engineering is by JSC Projektika, O.Liutkeviciene. This extremely impressive house is built on a hill encircled by a river valley.
The TH house, located in the Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, is a single family residence designed by Tokyo based architects Baquerrata. The design is based on the principle of modern Japanese architecture which involves the home being built around a large courtyard but the architects ...
The new Dali Museum situated on a popular waterfront site in St. Petersburg, Florida, was opened to the public in January, 2011. Designed by HOK Designs, lead by architect Yann Weymouth it was built at a cost of $29.8m and comprises 66.000sqf.over 3 levels.
The Williams Studio is a photographer’s studio, constructed over a boathouse on Stony Lake, Ontario, Canada. Designed by Ontario based architects, GH3, it was inspired by the glass house in the Canadian Shield.
In 1981, Tassos Zeppos and Eleni Georgiadis, founded the Architectural design office Zege Architects SA. The company specializes in the design of hotels, residences, offices, stores and -state of the art- exhibition spaces.
The Orange Cube, the soon to be completed building project in Lyon, France, was undertaken by Paris based architects Jacob + Macfarlane. The 6.300m2, 5 storey building is to be used for both commercial and cultural purposes.
A new addition to the London skyline will be the Tate Exchange. Situated behind the Tate Modern and designed by award winning architects, Herzog & de Meuron, it is intended to expand and update the exhibition spaces of the Tate Modern and provide improved facilities for the 5 million visitors who visit the existing venue each year.
Clay brick has been one of the most commonly used building materials, which exists for thousands of years. It has always been a symbol for solidity and reliability, for human scale, and in many cases it has also been admired for its sensual qualities.
As part of the programmed revitalization project in Eindhoven, the Nederlands, Italian architects Massimiliano Fuksas have designed ‘de blob’. Located on September 18 square in the historic heart of the city, this 3000 m2 multi-purpose construction is the centerpiece of this undertaking.