In the current edition of Casa Decor Madrid 2013 which began on May 17 and will run until June 24 in the c / Fernando el Santo 16 (former headquarters of the British embassy) the organization of the event included our services to design the appropriateness of facade, More »
In 1990, in his preface titled “Quantum Leap” for the work presenting the Euralille projecti, Rem Koolhaas wrote: “In our contemporary world, programs become abstract in the sense that they are no longer tied to a specific place or city. They float and gravitate opportunistically around those places that provides them with the most connections.” And then, “All these facts describe a new condition that is at once local and global, as important for the “Japanese” as it is for the “Lillois.”
Building on KREOD’s success at the London 2012 Olympic Games, it will bring to the upcoming 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro an International Trade Pavilion twenty times larger in size than that seen in London.
3XN’s design for Swedbank is an innovative interpretation of the core values of the organization; Openness, Simplicity and Care – all materialized in a modern office space with emphasis on transparency, Scandinavian simplicity and a dynamic social environment. Thus the architecture is based directly on the organization’s profile as at once a solid, financially sound and modern bank interpreted through 3XN’s philosophy about behavior and architecture.
The exclusive Matisse Beach Club combines glamour, design and beach life with its exclusive location on the amazing beach front of Scarborough, Perth – Australia. Vondom furnishes the Matisse Beach Club through the company Mobilia.
This Project Is a Young Bachelor’s Apartment in the Heart of Tel Aviv. Located in a New Bauhaus Inspired High Rise, with Diagonal Landscape Details Which Can Be Seen from the Apartment, the Design Is Inspired by It’s Surroundings, and Is Based on a Simple Scheme with Diagonal Lines. These Diagonals Are Mainly Featured in the Furniture and Details, as Well as in the Floor Plan and Layout, and Help Determine Function and Movement Throughout the Space. The round Lines of the Bauhaus Language Are Also Existent in the Design Choices.
The Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam (Amsterdam Public Library) on Oosterdokseiland is a hallmark in the oeuvre of Jo Coenen, architect. Together with the slender Vesteda Toren (Vesteda Tower) in the centre of Eindhoven and the Markt-Maas project in the centre of Maastricht, consisting of elegant blocks of stores, apartments, offices and a new council chamber, the Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam (OBA) can be seen as the rich harvest of large-scale constructions yielded by the firm of Jo Coenen & Co in the first decade of the twenty-first century.
This striking development of 100% affordable housing comprises 97 units. It includes generous family housing provision (34 1-bed, 16 2-bed, 33 3-bed and 14 4-bed). Our brief was to create an exemplar that moved away from single aspect units, commonly associated with high density schemes. We created a typology demonstrating that dual aspect units can create quality high density living. Although 1383 HRHA, each dwelling has light, comfortable accommodation with dual aspect, and access to both private and communal amenity