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 »
leeMundwiler‘s built project, Geology Museum & Research Center is the result of a complex brief and a challenging site. Set in a volcanic geological park on the Dapeng Peninsula, Shenzhen China, the project is split into two volumes – a 6,200 square meter museum and a 2,800 square meter research center for visiting academics – connected by a sheltered courtyard.
Architects:- Lee Mundwiler Architect
Steps from Riverside Park, the existing apartment had previously not been renovated for 30 years and was in dire need of a complete overhaul. StudioLAB was presented with the challenge of re‐designing the space to fit a modern family’s lifestyle today with the flexibility to adjust as they evolve into their tomorrow. The existing formal closed kitchen and dining room were combined and opened up to allow the owners to entertain in an open living environment and allow natural light to permeate throughout different exposures of the apartment.
With its dazzling alabaster façade and crimson highlights Hotel Cort proudly watches over the hustle and bustle of Plaça Cort, one of the city’s main plazas. Within the century-old edifice, the prize-winning Spanish designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán has created a unique feeling of ample space, individual tranquility and choice reclusion. The winding hallways are draped in blue-white Ikat-tapestry, while historic maritime maps evoke the island’s seafaring traditions.
Architect:- Contemporain Studio
In Manhattan’s landmarked Tribeca North area, the 3,000-square-feet top floor and roof of an 1884 caviar warehouse are reconceived as a residence with large open entertaining zones and a fluid connection with the outdoor environment.
Architect:- Andrew Franz Architect
Inside a prefabricated industrial structure, the offices enjoy an unusual panoramic position towards the river Adda and the cultivated valley. The glass and aluminum curtain wall provides a wide view and exceptional natural lighting. The project is spread over two levels, the ground floor is used for offices secretarial while the first floor is used the executive offices.
Active House B10 is part of a research project examining how innovative materials, structural designs and technologies can improve our built-up world in a sustainable manner. Thanks to a sophisticated energy concept and a predictive, self-learning building control system the house generates twice as much energy from sustainable resources as it actually requires for its own needs. The surplus energy is used to power two electric cars and – utilizing smart grid technology – the neighbouring house built by the architect Le Corbusier (home to the Weissenhof Museum since 2006). Combining mobile and permanent infrastructures is an extremely promising approach towards achieving an integrated and decentralized power supply to serve the needs of both electro-mobility and the built-up environment.
Architect:- Werner Sobek Stuttgart GmbH & Co
La crepe kitchen’ is a re-launch of traditional guatemalan chain la crepe restaurant by solis colomer architecture. The firm repurposed the store’s original style into a modern, functional atmosphere. The concept behind the restaurant is the result of three integrated ideas.