Projects


ECO Pavilion

The design does not seek to create a stand-alone piece at the main courtyard; on the contrary, the intervention tries to strengthen the key assets of the original museum, creating an extension of the architectural experiment that the original building pursues. Rope and shadow are nearly the only two elements used for the temporary intervention. [&hellip

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Urban Pavilion Rotterdam

An Activator in the City’s Vacuum Situated between the gothic Sint Laurenskerk (Saint Laurens cathedral) and the Delftsevaart canal, the Grotekerkplein was formed only during the course of the modernist reconstruction of the city center, which was almost entirely destroyed during WW2. Despite its central location the square hardly plays a role in the city’s [&hellip

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United Nations Porte Cochere

The design explores lightness as a visual, physical and sustainable approach, using a minimum of materials to reduce its environmental impact. FTL seeks to build responsive structures that contain spaces which inspire, where building, nature and people can meet. Drawing its inspiration from the surrounding landscape the canopy is nested within the campus landscape utilizing [&hellip

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Netscape: SCI-Arc Graduation Pavilion

Every year in early September, as graduate students at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in Los Angeles put the finishing touches on their thesis projects, a Sci-Arc faculty member and students prepare a temporary pavilion for the annual graduation ceremony. This year, faculty members Dwayne Oyler and Jenny Wu of Oyler Wu Collaborative, [&hellip

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Lincoln Park Zoo Education Pavilion

The Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo transforms a 19th century picturesque urban pond unable to support animals into an ecological habitat buzzing with life. With the design’s improvements to water quality, hydrology, landscape, accessibility, and shelter, the site is able to function as an outdoor classroom that demonstrates the exciting intersection of wild and [&hellip

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Yellow Treehouse Restaurant

The concept is driven by the ‘enchanted’ site which is raised above an open meadow and meandering stream on the edge of the woods. The tree-house concept is reminiscent of childhood dreams and playtime, fairy stories of enchantment and imagination . It’s inspired through many forms found in nature -the chrysalis/cocoon protecting the emerging butterfly/moth, [&hellip

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[C]space DRL10 Pavilion

This pavilion was the winning entry to an international design competition held by the world renowned Architectural Association school to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their Graduate Design course. The structure was intended as an experimental design research project that was also available for use by the general public and was located on Bedford Square [&hellip

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nonLin/Lin Pavilion

nonLin/Lin Pavilion – is a prototype which engages in a series of architectural experiments referred to as text based morphologies. Beyond its visual perception of sculptural and formal qualities, the prototypes are built forms developed through custom computational protocols. The parameters of these protocols are based on form finding (surface relaxation), form description (composition of [&hellip

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Inner Forest

The projects conceived by Mexican architect Ivan Juarez of x-studio explore the relationship between art and function; integrating the disciplines of architecture, landscape, design, sculpture and installation; projects which he have conceived them in reason and function of its physical context and could not be generated in other place than in the one of their [&hellip

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Achievement First Endeavor Middle School

For the Achievement First Endeavor Middle School, a charter school for grades 5 through 8 in Brooklyn, Paula Scher and her team at Pentagram created a program of environmental graphics that help the school interiors become a vibrant space for learning. The designers worked with the project architects, Rogers Marvel Architects, who designed the school [&hellip

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GE Works

Bruce Mau Design completed the design and implementation of a series of physical interventions at General Electric (GE) headquarters in Fairfield, as well as flagship sites across the US and around the world. General Electric (GE) is a global infrastructure, finance and media company serving customers in more than 100 countries with nearly 300,000 employees, [&hellip

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Grey Group

Grey Group, one of the largest marketing communications companies in the world, moved to a new, state-of-the-art headquarters designed by Studios Architecture in the former International Toy Center in New York’s Flatiron District. Paula Scher and her team at Pentagram created an inventive program of environmental graphics for the offices that highlight Grey’s commitment to [&hellip

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Change

This installation is a unique collaboration between art and business—two distinctly contrasting disciplines at the University of Washington. The School of Art, Division of Design was commissioned to develop a permanent installation for Paccar Hall, their new campus neighbor and the home of the UW Foster School of Business. It’s not a typical place to [&hellip

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mtz Münchner Technologiezentrum

Our signage system for the Münchner Technologiezentrum combines media elements with graphical, analogue elements to create a unified whole. Starting out from an assumed centre point in the entrance area, concentric circles stretch out around the building. An information wall in the entrance area shows the visitor in which building the company he is looking [&hellip

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Australian Centre for the Moving Image

The Australian Centre for the Moving Image is a world leading cultural centre, celebrating the moving image in its many forms; film, television, computer gaming and digital culture. As a major cultural attraction, the site at Melbourne’s federation square was visited by 1.14 million visitors in 2010-2011, both local and international. Starting life as the [&hellip

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Tübingen District Council Signage

The entrance to the district council offices already speaks an outreaching visual language addressed to the citizens: all of the municipalities belonging to the district point the way in the form of arrow symbols. The length of these arrows corresponds to the distance from the district council offices, while the width of the line corresponds [&hellip

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Eureka Tower Car Park Signage

This is a memorable approach to wayfinding within the cavernous concrete car park beneath Melbourne’s Eureka Tower. Perspectival distortion has been used to manipulate space and form, and to mix two and three dimensions. Warped super-sized letterforms can be read as IN, OUT, UP and DOWN only when the motorists reach the appropriate point in [&hellip

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Storehagen Atrium

Storehagen Atrium, a 5000 m2 large governmental building, opened it’s doors to the public in September 2010 in Førde, Norway. Constructed by Futurum, the building hosts the national Lotteri- og stiftelsestilsynet and the regional Cultural Department among other public institutions. After a competition by invitation, Ralston & Bau was chosen to design the signage of [&hellip

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MAXXI Signage

Structures and signage elements, deliberately in white on white, spring from the wall, perfectly integrated in the environment. The numbers that identify the five exhibition galleries are huge white volumes in overhang, with a strong matter quality, whose surface is marked by thick lines. The building perimeter windows became communicative surfaces, decorated with quotes stolen [&hellip

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Find & Discover – University of Technology

In 2010 we had the fortunate opportunity of working with The University of Technology Sydney, a dynamic and cosmopolitan university that marks the gateway to Sydney – Australia’s economic, multicultural and creative global city. The University engaged BrandCulture to design a wayfinding and graphics system for the Design, Architecture & Building Faculty (DAB) located in [&hellip

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TAP – Théâtre et Auditorium Poitiers

The design approach started simultaneously with the wayfinding system and the chromatic study of the building. The concept for the wayfinding system, started from the Dada movement. Words and letters are freely arranged and partially expressed in an onomatopoeic way. The building is literally a container for words and sounds. The guidance system consists of [&hellip

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Docks en Seine Signage

The signage intervention in the building DOCKS en Seine plays with the usual needs of signage and with the context. The building is a sign. It participates in the urban renewal of the 13th district of Paris and it becomes one moment along the Seine, as a sequence, a cursor. This signage project is based [&hellip

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3M Project Vitality

Building on 3M’s longstanding collaborative work ethos, THERE were asked to create a compelling and extensive environment that emphasised collaborative thinking and the chain reaction of ideas throughout their 8,000sqm Australian headquarters. After discussions with 3M and researching the extensive image library, an occurrence of geometric shapes was revealed through the macro-photography of their micro-replication [&hellip

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SKIN – Pavilion of Knowledge

Wayfinding and Environmental design project developed in partnership with the architect João Luís Carrilho da Graça, for the Pavilion of Knowledge (Centro de Ciência Viva), a Science Museum in Lisbon. The intervention started with the environmental design project for the foyer. The intention, due to the versatility on the usage of this space, was to [&hellip

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Mestia Airport

It is a V-effect worthy of its name: you hear “airport” and think of something grand and imposing. But then you see this small, alien particle, like debris from an ex-Soviet space station that was spared combustion in the ideological atmosphere of our era by the grace of history, and you cannot help but feel [&hellip

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Dublin Airport Terminal 2

[Need dialogue – http://architypereview.com/27-airports-transportation/projects/1135-dublin-airport-terminal-2/dialogue] The Dublin Terminal 2 project is the €609m centrepiece of a ten year investment programme by Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) to transform Dublin Airport. Through the delivery of new and enhanced airfield, terminal and campus facilities, it sets the tone for all future development. Terminal 2 is an innovative project and demonstrates [&hellip

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Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport

[Need dialogue here http://architypereview.com/27-airports-transportation/projects/810-chhatrapati-shivaji-international-airport/dialogue] SOM is designing the new international terminal at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA), one of India’s busiest airports. Mumbai International Airport Pvt. Ltd. (MIAL), a joint venture between the GVK-led consortium and Airport Authority of India, is implementing a master plan to build an integrated terminal with a vision and [&hellip

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Arnhem Central – Platform Roofs

Arnhem Central converts several regional routes and high speed trains to Germany. As passenger numbers will continue to grow, the railway infrastructure is being substantially revitalized. On the train station level a new 4th platform will be added and all current platform roofs will be replaced. The design concept for the new platform roofs provides [&hellip

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Carrasco International Airport

Carrasco International Airport, officially known as “Aeropuerto Internacional de Carrasco General Cesareo L. Berisso,” is located 11 miles (17.7 kilometers) east of downtown Montevideo, the capital city of Uruguay. With one million passengers per year, it is the only airport in the country that provides year-round international connections. As a result, it carries great symbolic [&hellip

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Kuwait International Airport

Kuwait International Airport is planned to significantly increase capacity and establish a new regional air hub in the Gulf – the project’s strategic aims will be matched by a state-of-the-art terminal building, which will provide the highest levels of comfort for passengers and will set a new environmental benchmark for airport buildings. Its design is [&hellip

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Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion

By appointment of the Norwegian Wild Reindeer Foundation Snøhetta has designed an observation and information pavilion at Hjerkinn in Dovre, Norway. The spectacular site is located on the outskirts of Dovrefjell National Park at around 1250 meters above sea level, overlooking the Snøhetta mountain massif. The main purpose of the 75m2 building is to provide [&hellip

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Ballyroan Pastoral Centre

The client South County Council approached our office to refurbish and extend the existing library of Marian Road in Ballyroan Rathfarnham in 2006. Part of the brief involved the refurbishing the existing community centre which was in need of upgrading

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The Isis Education Centre

The Isis Education Centre at The Lookout is a new centre for the ecological and environmental education of children. Comprising a fully integrated landscape and building design, it is located upon an original Victorian reservoir in the heart of Londons Hyde Park. Using state of the art technology combined with a rich and interactive natural [&hellip

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Farrar Pond Residence FLEXfence

This project is situated within a three-acre native hardwood forest overlooking Farrar Pond one of the many ponds linked to Walden Pond Thoreaus historic home in Lincoln Massachusetts

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Starhill Gallery

Starhill Gallery is perhaps Kuala Lumpurs most iconic shopping mall featuring an extraordinary array of luxury shops and fine dining restaurants.

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Scenic Ensemble Bloemershof

With the completion of the Bloemershof the municipality of Rheden has been enriched with a new multifunctional urban ensemble with a strong identity. Designed with and for the different users the vocational school sport facilities fire station and hous

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Esprit Benelux Headoffice

Full Description Recently the headquarters for the fashion brand Esprit were completed. Esprit is one of the largest fashion brands of the moment with a young and dynamic image. The building was required to create a powerful and striking image and radi

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Bruendl Flagshipstore

Architecture requires the analysis of both surrounding and owner. This can lead to spectacular results – like in Kaprun. In this Austrian tourist town with its 3000 inhabitants the Brndl Group flagship store was developed and realized by the German and

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Offices Infrax West Torhout

We were commissioned to build Infrax Wests new offices after winning a competition in which Infraxs high degree of ambition had to be expressed in a strong conceptual design that matched and enhanced its corporate identity.

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Surfside Residence

Architecture and nature have been fully integrated in this light-saturated oceanfront compound that includes a guest house a two car garage a free-form chlorine free pool and a two story house clad in wood and cement panel rain screen with anodized alu

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