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    The Liang Dian Design Centre on Dongsishitiao is home to the new SPARK Beijing office; occupying 500 square meters on the second floor of a three story office building form the late 1980’s.

    SPARK, Jan Clostermann, Christian Taeubert  — SPARK BEIJING OFFICE

    View from meeting room towards main work space

    An annex glass box had been added to second floor of the existing building allowing for the exterior brick façade to be experienced as an interior space.

    SPARK, Jan Clostermann, Christian Taeubert  — SPARK BEIJING OFFICE

    Entrance

    “We looked at the present configuration of the space and decided to keep it uninterrupted while inserting our office program” says SPARK’s Beijing director Jan Felix Clostermann. The space is loosely zoned into a main work area, kitchen and gathering space, a large meeting room area, a model making room and smaller meeting room. Demolishing the window up stands of the existing brick façade towards the glass box gave way to a much desired permeability of the space. Alongside the main work space a continuous wall of metal cladded swivel doors allow for a playful and flexible configuration of “open and close”.

    SPARK, Jan Clostermann, Christian Taeubert  — SPARK BEIJING OFFICE

    Reception area with closed metal swivel doors

    When closed the metal panels catch subtle reflections of the surrounding office environment, while becoming a 20m long “wall of imagination” inviting project teams to pin up- and discuss their work. The model making room, themed as “the ply room” is accessible via multiple routes through an extreme vertical space of what used to be a stairwell core. The flux of the reception area, meeting room and kitchen can be discontinued via floor to ceiling swivel doors whenever activities require it.

    SPARK, Jan Clostermann, Christian Taeubert  — SPARK BEIJING OFFICE

    Reception area with opened metal swivel doors

    “The architecture profession fuels on idea exchange, so we sought to provide open collaborative spaces that are fun, where people want to be” says SPARK’s Beijing director Christian Taeubert.

    SPARK, Jan Clostermann, Christian Taeubert  — SPARK BEIJING OFFICE

    View from meeting room towards main work space

    SPARK, Jan Clostermann, Christian Taeubert  — SPARK BEIJING OFFICE

    Meeting room

    SPARK, Jan Clostermann, Christian Taeubert  — SPARK BEIJING OFFICE

    Main work space with opened metal swivel doors

    SPARK, Jan Clostermann, Christian Taeubert  — SPARK BEIJING OFFICE

    Main work space with closed metal swivel doors


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    Requalification of public spaces around the station

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz

    MOM Architectes — Parvis Gare d'Austerlitz


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    The exhibition in Kordegarda Gallery –‘Investments in Culture,’ displayed 35 investments, which were realized due to financial support of European Union. According to previous assumptions for re­using our ‘THE WREATH’​installation we suggested ‘recycling’ of designed images and techniques of their application, but in an entirely new form – mainly due to the place context, namely the historicizing interior of Kordegarda ( Guardhouse). The formal history of hanging stripes is similar to the previous design, but is adapted to new technical conditions and climate of the place.

    WWAA — Exhibition in Kordegarda Gallery

    The stripes of white printing mesh, with multicoloured imprint, are hung from the existing strip system. A small weight of the material allowed for creating the structure of dense and monolithic character but soft at the same time and filtered by the lights mounted on the existing strip system. A passer­by’s attention will be drawn by a new, strange object filling up the interior of Kordegarda, the object levitating above the floor on the one side, on the other illuminated from the inside, soft and multilayered.

    WWAA — Exhibition in Kordegarda Gallery

    The shape of the object is reminiscent of the vault of the Museum of Modern Art. On entering the gallery the visitors will first discover the graphics imprinted on the stripes, then the space inside, formed by the reflection of the object in mirror­glass panels mounted on the wall ( and a complete vault made visible in this way). Physical models of investment projects are displayed in the central point of the exhibition. The reflection on the wall shows, in a symbolic way, an infinite number of further conceptions and a possibility of effectuating ever newer investments.

    WWAA — Exhibition in Kordegarda Gallery

    WWAA — Exhibition in Kordegarda Gallery

    WWAA — Exhibition in Kordegarda Gallery

    WWAA — Exhibition in Kordegarda Gallery

    WWAA — Exhibition in Kordegarda Gallery


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    This four-storey building designed by SPARK will showcase the variety of office and retail spaces soon to be created at Vanke-Shoukai’s mixed-use development in Daxing. The sales gallery was conceived as the combination of a playfully arranged showcase pavilion topped by a pragmatically organised office box. The amalgamation of these two volumes and the large-scale cantilevers create a spatial complexity of the interior and the exterior . The sales gallery and its landscaped surroundings will demonstrate the design direction of the new leisure and business centre, with an emphasis on the human scale and a prioritisation of functional ambiance. It aspires to blur the boundaries between indoor and outdoor spaces, and retail and recreation zones, with spatial transitions that encourage voluntary discovery and a dynamic experience.

    SPARK, Jan Clostermann, Christian Taeubert — VANKE DAXING SALES GALLERY

    SPARK, Jan Clostermann, Christian Taeubert — VANKE DAXING SALES GALLERY

    SPARK, Jan Clostermann, Christian Taeubert — VANKE DAXING SALES GALLERY

    SPARK, Jan Clostermann, Christian Taeubert — VANKE DAXING SALES GALLERY

    SPARK, Jan Clostermann, Christian Taeubert — VANKE DAXING SALES GALLERY

    SPARK, Jan Clostermann, Christian Taeubert — VANKE DAXING SALES GALLERY

    SPARK, Jan Clostermann, Christian Taeubert — VANKE DAXING SALES GALLERY


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    RELAZIONE Il luogo destinato ad accogliere lo Shoah Memorial, a dir il vero un po’ particolare, privo com’è di qualsivoglia funzione, è diviso in due dai volumi tecnici della nuova stazione AV, con il lato rivolto verso le Vie dè Carracci e Matteotti martoriato da lunghe gradonate e con l’altro affacciato malinconicamente sul sottostante parco ferroviario, schermato da una alta e lugubre recinzione metallica.

    Adriano Mason — Bologna Shoah Memorial Competition

    Lo Spiazzo ( non “Piazza”, per non avere alcuna delle caratteristiche che le sono proprie), ideato e costruito sfortunatamente non a seguito di Concorso aperto ad architetti ed artisti ma dalla Società di Ingegneria Italferr specializzata nella fornitura di servizi tecnologici infrastrutturali e ferroviari (sic), appare oggi come un irreale apparato scenografico, estraneo agli archetipi e ai simboli della tradizione degli spazi urbani delle città italiane, che male si confronta con la delicata funzione che è adesso chiamato a svolgere.

    Adriano Mason — Bologna Shoah Memorial Competition

    Da questa analisi hanno preso avvio le nostre scelte: la sezione primaria di progetto, costituita da una piccola costruzione a forma di Tempietto commemorativo, è stata posta ai margini di questo scenario, all’incrocio delle due strade, appena arretrata rispetto al marciapiedi, distanziata dalle emergenze tecniche di cui si è parlato e contigua invece agli spazi quotidianamente percorsi da passanti che se ne possono appropriare fin da lontano.

    Adriano Mason — Bologna Shoah Memorial Competition

    L’opera, di forma troncopiramidale a base ottagonale, alta m5.65, rivestita con lastre di ardesia grigio scuro, tagliate a spacco di cava, reca incisi su blocchi di ardesia color nero i nomi dei 149(1) luoghi di Europa che sono stati teatro dello sterminio del popolo ebraico.

    Adriano Mason — Bologna Shoah Memorial Competition

    Sia questo rivestimento che la struttura portante, realizzata in c.a. alleggerito sono costruiti fuori opera e vengono assemblati in situ senza fondazioni, semplicemente appoggiati sul solaio esistente.

    Adriano Mason — Bologna Shoah Memorial Competition

    L’interno, accessibile a fatica attraverso una bassa apertura di m1.50 , viene illuminato da zigzaganti crepe presenti sulle facce laterali e da piccole fessure ricavate nella copertura metallica color verde oliva.

    Adriano Mason — Bologna Shoah Memorial Competition

    Sugli scaffali a muro possono venire conservati attrezzature e materiali diversi (proiettore, hi-fi e home cinema, volantini, leggio e quant’altro possa tornare utile nelle occasioni celebrative. E ’ dotato di impianti elettrico, idrico, di rete, e di diffusione sonora.

    Adriano Mason — Bologna Shoah Memorial Competition

    E’ stata studiata inoltre una panca in argilla espansa da riprodurre in buon numero e con diversi colori per essere collocata a grappoli in vari punti del piazzale.

    Adriano Mason — Bologna Shoah Memorial Competition

    La sua forma a monoposto con sedile e schienale ad inclinazione marcata consente a chi ne fa uso di assumere se vuole una solitaria postura semidistesa e peregrinare nei suoi pensieri o, essendo la panca girevole, di rivolgersi verso un vicino e conversare con lui.

    Adriano Mason — Bologna Shoah Memorial Competition

    Il progetto suggerisce infine che i volumi tecnici possano essere utilizzati come grandi schermi per eventuali proiezioni di carattere storico-artistico(2) e che, in sostituzione dei pannelli in rete metallica esistenti, vengano installati 14 ombrosi cipressi artificiali, alti m10.

    Adriano Mason — Bologna Shoah Memorial Competition

    (1) martin gilbert, atlas of the holocaust, new york, william morrow 1993 (2) qui: marc chagall, “l’angelo cadente“ 1923-1947

    Adriano Mason — Bologna Shoah Memorial Competition

    Adriano Mason — Bologna Shoah Memorial Competition


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  • 05/29/15--01:25: G94 - TNT ARCHITECTURE
  • A little more of space living added to this square house old teinted

    TNT ARCHITECTURE — G94


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  • 05/29/15--01:35: Rebel one - WWAA
  • the first building to be designed and developed as a part of the complex is rebel one. it is one of two architectural dominants planned in the project that are of a compact plan with 12 superstructures located at the shorter sides of the main alley. rebel one elevations, the outpost of the new investments in the soho area, refer to the architectural motives of industrial relicts of kamionek.

    WWAA — Rebel one

    The character of the front elevation could suggest that the building was not adapted for living purposes, at the same time changing the perception of the whole development. the brick itself used as a finishing of elevations is an extremely traditional material. however, when used with new technologies, materials and motives it takes on a new light. grey and dark colouring of external walls was contrasted with intense colour of the main internal walls and ceilings finished with a coarse-grained plaster. to maintain the proportions of the building and allow the maximum view, the balustrades of the loggia are made of glass.

    WWAA — Rebel one

    Relatively large french windows afford a lot of natural light and a panoramic view across a quite extensive part of south praga and even left bank of the vistula river. openwork elements of the elevation visible from the inside form a specific connection with the surrounding, partly determine the character of the flat and evoke the uniqueness of the neighbourhood.

    WWAA — Rebel one

    WWAA — Rebel one

    WWAA — Rebel one

    WWAA — Rebel one

    WWAA — Rebel one

    WWAA — Rebel one

    WWAA — Rebel one


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    Objective:

    Gaurang Trivedi — BIM LOD300 Modelling for a Reputed Public Park

    Effective BIM Architectural Services for Civic Centre Parks Palisades Garden Walk

    Gaurang Trivedi — BIM LOD300 Modelling for a Reputed Public Park

    Scope of work

    Gaurang Trivedi — BIM LOD300 Modelling for a Reputed Public Park

    • Scope of work includes Level of Detailing (LOD300) modelling according to AIA standards for a reputed public park in the city of USA. • It’s also includes underground and above ground services of Mechanical, electrical and plumbing as well as architecture and structural services including infrastructure within a short deadline of 1 month.

    Gaurang Trivedi — BIM LOD300 Modelling for a Reputed Public Park

    Challenges

    Gaurang Trivedi — BIM LOD300 Modelling for a Reputed Public Park

    • Client was the main contractor for this project and wanted to get most out of BIM but the major challenge was its not a typical building, It’s a Park. • The client wanted to find out all inter discipline clashes before starting the construction which helps them to finish construction on time as per tender deadline and save them money.

    Gaurang Trivedi — BIM LOD300 Modelling for a Reputed Public Park

    Solution

    Gaurang Trivedi — BIM LOD300 Modelling for a Reputed Public Park

    • Our BIM specialists provided the constructors with a visual communication which helped the client to assist all the stakeholders in the project. During the initial tendering stage of the project it helped the contractor with a means to visually how case the project within the time constraint, design, and price specified by the client. • Our BIM specialists prepared the model in such a manner that helped the contractor understand and challenge the designer’s details. • We found out all the inter discipline clashes before the inception of the construction process as per the deadline specified by the client. This helped the client in saving lot of money. • We were ready to take the challenge on the project unlike building and started integrating all disciplines under and above the landscape garden within a strict deadline. The company ended up being an excellent service provider and an innovative trusted offshore business partner for the client.

    Gaurang Trivedi — BIM LOD300 Modelling for a Reputed Public Park

    In summary, the benefits to a Contractor can be described as:

    Gaurang Trivedi — BIM LOD300 Modelling for a Reputed Public Park

    • Design Integration • Improved Tendering • Shorter Program to Planning • Reduced number of design information requests during the concurrency of the project • Supply Chain Integration • Reduction in number of clashes within the construction process, especially M&E • Visibility of Programming to all parties • Integration of Temporary Works into the design • Increased safety-managing public interfaces


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    ‘The Studios’ are two new multi use studios built within a mature landscaped garden on an existing residential plot. The twinned studios are located remotely from the main house and configured to create a tranquil, contemplative space in the garden.

    SOUP Architects — The Garden Studios

    Our design approach takes advantage of the existing site topography, orientation and mature planting to utilize the natural daylight, minimize the impact of direct sunlight, reduce the visual impact to the surrounding area and create beautifully framed views of the ever changing gardens and sky. The clients wanted the buildings to be experienced as part of the journey through the gardens.

    SOUP Architects — The Garden Studios

    The brief from our client was to create two separate 40 and 60sq/m multi functional studio spaces set within the existing landscape and replacing an existing dilapidated workshop and garage. The existing site topography was to remain unchanged with the concept of the studios seemingly touching the ground lightly. With the Studios conceived as being a retreat, the approach to them being low maintenance was also key to fulfilling the brief.

    SOUP Architects — The Garden Studios

    Low energy consumption is achieved through the use of a high level of insulation and the incorporation of electrical panel heaters that are only in operation when the buildings are in use. All rainwater is diverted into to the existing balance pond.

    SOUP Architects — The Garden Studios

    The building fabric is formed from a thermally efficient timber and steel framed construction. Internally the Studios are finished with robust painted chipboard linings and externally with corrugated fibre cement board. Historically our client’s family is deeply routed in the supply and construction of corrugated iron buildings of the early 1900’s such as churches, huts etc and this is referenced with the use of the corrugated panels that also relate the studios contextually to the many agricultural outbuildings in the area and create a modern vernacular language.

    SOUP Architects — The Garden Studios

    We all need to consider the environmental, social and economic sustainability of the built environment we are designing and using. From putting on a jumper to intelligent thermostatic controls; being able to open a ventilation panel and feel a cool breeze whilst listening to the birds to passive cooling techniques; from thinking locally for materials to managing the impact of site activity on the greater environment; a pragmatic, sustainable approach is key to all of Soup Architects thinking.

    SOUP Architects — The Garden Studios

    SOUP Architects — The Garden Studios

    SOUP Architects — The Garden Studios

    SOUP Architects — The Garden Studios

    SOUP Architects — The Garden Studios

    SOUP Architects — The Garden Studios

    Site Plan

    SOUP Architects — The Garden Studios

    Detailed section

    SOUP Architects — The Garden Studios

    Elevations


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    A Roma, nei pressi dell’Università La Sapienza, il Fauno 3.0 Bistrot dà la possibilità di rilassarsi in uno spazio dove ambiente e design industriale si incontrano fino a fondersi. Gli architetti dello studio romano TxPAA, Francesco Testa e Stefano Pazzola, hanno realizzato una commistione di legno e ferro, concepiti come un solo elemento. La luce, a partire da quella naturale che filtra dalle vetrate che ricalcano quasi per intero il perimetro del locale, fino ad arrivare ai tre sistemi lineari di bulbi ad incandescenza sospesi, è un elemento fondativo ed integrante del progetto e mette in risalto l’uso dei materiali impiegati regalando l’ibridazione di un’atmosfera urbana dal gusto newyorkese-scandinavo e permettendo, allo stesso tempo, una perfetta armonia tra città e natura. Il soffitto, scandito da una ripetizione seriale in tavole di abete, dona profondità allo spazio, che acquista una visione prospettica di ampio respiro e luminosità e mantiene un rapporto proporzionale con la tecnologia a vista degli impianti tecnici. La scelta dei materiali e la cura dei dettagli hanno costituito delle strategie fondamentali nell’elaborazione del progetto; gli architetti, infatti, hanno deciso di impiegare legno di abete naturale certificato FSC combinandolo con profili metallici prefabbricati riadattati e ripensati per configurare nuove sinergie spaziali. Lo spazio è scandito dal rispetto delle proporzioni e dagli equilibri delle geometrie proposte, che si bilanciano grazie alla modulazione degli elementi costruttivi del progetto, utili per materializzare superfici dinamiche e arricchire l’ambiente senza la necessità di impiegare ulteriori elementi decorativi. I progettisti hanno così creato una foresta post moderna, dove la natura incontra la civiltà industriale in un contesto disteso e rilassante, nel quale non c’è spazio per conflitti o contrapposizioni.

    Stefano Pazzola, Francesco Testa — Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Stefano Pazzola, Francesco Testa — Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Fauno 3.0 Bistrot - PT

    Stefano Pazzola, Francesco Testa — Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Fauno 3.0 Bistrot - P-1

    Stefano Pazzola, Francesco Testa — Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Fauno 3.0 Bistrot - Sezione

    Stefano Pazzola, Francesco Testa — Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Stefano Pazzola, Francesco Testa — Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Stefano Pazzola, Francesco Testa — Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Stefano Pazzola, Francesco Testa — Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Stefano Pazzola, Francesco Testa — Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Stefano Pazzola, Francesco Testa — Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Stefano Pazzola, Francesco Testa — Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Stefano Pazzola, Francesco Testa — Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Stefano Pazzola, Francesco Testa — Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Stefano Pazzola, Francesco Testa — Fauno 3.0 Bistrot

    Fauno 3.0 Bistrot


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    Ristorante Berton was opened in Milan, November 2013 by the Michelin star chef Andrea Berton. It can be found in one of the buildings designed by the renowned New York architect, Kohn Pederson Fox in the new Porta Nuova Varesine area. This district with its futuristic urban planning project and its high-rise residential and business towers has now become one of the up and coming areas of Milan. Berton is a luxury restaurant, which reflects the chef’s personality and philosophy.

    Vudafieri Saverino Partners — Ristorante Berton

    The subtle use of the paper, wood, cement and metal materials together with the colour choices of light grey tones favours sobriety, elegance and creates a welcoming and refined atmosphere which focuses on simplicity without foregoing an element of surprise. As the restaurant is on street level, one of the key challenges in designing the space was to let in plenty of light which was achieved by putting in large floor to ceiling windows. The outside visibility is a clear benefit in an area of Milan which is gaining popularity but at the same time Vudafieri Saverino Partners had to ensure the privacy of its customers. Therefore, they decided to make the source of natural light the main feature of the dining room partially covering the windows, which look over the pedestrian walkway, with parchment panels allowing the outside to be seen during the day while still ensuring privacy within. At night, thanks to internal LED lighting, the panels become a perfect source of gentle illumination.

    Vudafieri Saverino Partners — Ristorante Berton

    View of the dining room. The height of the ceiling compliments the entrance to the restaurant. The location is calm and welcoming as the grey concrete floor and ceiling act as a contrast to the white walls and window frames. The touch of golden brass creates movement and warmth.

    Another key challenge was to fulfill the request of the chef and give great importance to the kitchen, the font of creation. Vudafieri Saverino Partners did their best to find a balance between the two spaces of the kitchen and the dining room. They created an original element of surprise which captured the attention while dining. It was a kind of séparée in the form of a burnt elmwood ‘compass’ which, like other elements scattered around the restaurant, created a link between the dining room and the kitchen. Another link was a table which went from the dining room into the kitchen divided by a frosted glass panel with four seats in the dining zone and two seats in the kitchen area – a new twist to the classic chef’s table for a ‘site-specific’ gastronomic experience with a pinch of originality.

    Vudafieri Saverino Partners — Ristorante Berton

    Internal

    The fixtures and fittings, with the use of burnt elmwood, give a warm touch to the atmosphere and remain harmonious with the surrounding walls which are covered with light panels of refined and textured French-style wallpaper. The cement flooring and the ceiling, with the use of inclined panels, provide a elegant and sober contrast creating too, a subtle effect of movement and also contributes to the soundproofing of the restaurant. Very simple black oak tables have an intentionally rough surface and their sides are finished with an outward curve. Deliberately, there are no tablecloths and the table settings focus on the original and contemporary forms of the handmade ceramics.

    Vudafieri Saverino Partners — Ristorante Berton

    Alcove detail

    A large asymmetrical door – a unique artisan piece – separates the dining room from a small private room with just one table, fully equipped with technological support, for business lunches. The side of the door facing this small room is covered with staggered elm blocks while the side facing the main dining room is made from a composition of nickel-plated steel and brass panels on top of an elm base.

    Vudafieri Saverino Partners — Ristorante Berton

    Inside the kitchen. The kitchen, a place of supreme precision, hosts diners who want to live a more direct experience with the chef.

    Vudafieri Saverino Partners — Ristorante Berton

    Window Detai. The aluminum frames of the existing building are covered with honey coloured wooden frames. The metallic texture of the light curtains and the translucent panels in parchment paper are alternated to allow various degrees of intimacy in relation to the pavement outside. The panels also allow a variable control of the penetrating sunlight.

    Vudafieri Saverino Partners — Ristorante Berton

    Central chandelier detail. Designed for the restaurant and the focal point of the large central hall.

    Vudafieri Saverino Partners — Ristorante Berton

    Entrance to the VIP room. Continuing the scheme a large elmwood door decorated with brass and zinc leads to an secluded area for private use.

    Vudafieri Saverino Partners — Ristorante Berton

    Berton Restaurant is a warm and sensual bubble that coveys hospitality and wonderful handcrafted quality, within the steel and glass tower technology of Khon Pedersen.

    Vudafieri Saverino Partners — Ristorante Berton

    Plan

    Vudafieri Saverino Partners — Ristorante Berton

    Longitudinal Section of ther room


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    Progetto che prosegue la linea tracciata da “Architetture semplici” di Tomake studiolaboratorio. Privilegiare gli spazi, progettare buoni involucri per il risparmio energetico, introdurre alcuni elementi di alta qualità materica, contenere i costi.

    Massimo Cutini — Architetture semplici: casa-trattoria

    soluzione definitiva su due piani.

    Massimo Cutini — Architetture semplici: casa-trattoria

    soluzione definitiva su due piani.

    Massimo Cutini — Architetture semplici: casa-trattoria

    soluzione con piano unico predisposto per la sopraelevazione.


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    The purpose of our project, in an urban redevelopment area, is to transform the building’s image. The refurbishment and extension form a harmonious mineral body. The extension is in light grey concrete, and the original building, with external insulation, is faced with cement in the same shade. This minerality is continued through to the hall floor, in Lucerne quartzite laid as opus incertum.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    The scale of the new building, reinforced in this way, displays its strong urban presence. Its large cantilever and forecourt provide a generous amount of public space. A play of light recalls the reflection in the water on the east facade. The exterior signing is on the same scale as the building, and the archway serves as a giant sun-break.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    The project creates a break in time, with unforgettable ambiances, soft lighting, fluid architectural promenades, and curves replacing right-angles.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    The distribution area is flooded with unusual blue-tinged aquatic light, provided by a horizontal porthole in the bottom of the children’s paddling area. The light changes with the movement of the water.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    The space of the double-height relaxation area is encompassed by curved shapes; an attractive rounded window frames the view of the garden.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    The architecture of the existing large area (two pools) is conserved. The incline of the structure is emphasised; the subtle play of oblique lines also adds a contemporary touch. The paddling pool offers children the feeling of being wrapped in a cocoon. The area is curved, which reduces sound reverberation naturally. The tall bay window floods the small round pool with sunlight. The place is designed to appeal to children’s imagination.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    The large terrace is treated like a beach, with a tall concrete safety guard providing bathers with privacy. This is a place for discovery, in harmony with the ergonomics of the body.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Swimming pool in Bagneux, southern suburbs of Paris


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    The site offers an interface between the town and an inter-municipal park. The project extrapolates this situation in terms of volume, positioning on the plot of land, and internal organisation.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    The project creates a broad courtyard in front of the park on one side and an alignment with the town on the other. Its volumes slide over each other; they are covered with a locally produced stainless steel skin, in three different finishes – satin, mirror and matte – creating a kinetic effect reflecting the sunlight. This covering allows the building by turns to disappear into the grey of the sky and to reflect light intensely.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    The eye is drawn by the apparent complexity of the chaos, while broad transparent areas serve as catalysts directing visitors towards the entrances to the building.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    The internal organisation of the building is clear. One axis between the park and the town crosses the project, thereby offering two entrances. The entire programme is grafted onto this axis, with the theatre on one side and the media library on the other. This axis serves as a federating interface. A dynamic arrangement of volumes and contrasting lights guide the visitor from this area towards either the media library or the theatre.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    The interior spaces are rich and varied. The theatre walls are in bush-hammered concrete, which improves the acoustic. The different areas in the media library have been designed with ergonomics in mind, and a number of different reading postures are proposed, using a platform with a richly varied profile. The storytelling area is formed by continuous folds which envelop the children in a confined space.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    All along the proposed promenades, folding creates frames for a series of views out over the contrasting landscapes. This new arrangement is designed as an intermediary between the town and nature.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Multicultural centre in Isbergues


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    Realizzazione di ponte ciclo-pedonale sul Torrente Vatti

    Federico Rossi — Ponte Ciclo-pedonale

    Federico Rossi — Ponte Ciclo-pedonale

    Federico Rossi — Ponte Ciclo-pedonale


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    The theme of the project is accessible justice. This is an unostentatious public building within the urban fabric. We opted for modest, elegant exterior architecture, preferring a facing in brick, a timeless material which becomes more attractive with age. This choice also enables the building to blend in with its immediate surroundings.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    The treatment of the entrance, worked as a lateral hollow on the main façade, constitutes a break with the traditional symmetrical composition of court buildings. From the outside, this entrance – on a single level – is on a modest scale. Once inside the building, however, the public lobby is three storeys high, with a high-placed opening capturing light from the south. There is a feeling of solemnity.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    A second monumental empty space contains a magnificent garden – an internal lung for the building. Given its scale, this space has the great advantage of providing a view and natural light to the two courtrooms and to the public lobby.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    A beautiful oak tree (Quercus robur) symbolising justice is planted in the soil. The ground and vertical walls are covered with ivy, adding the finishing touch to the soothing atmosphere of the place. Our intention is to provide a calm, soothing atmosphere to counteract the tension that so often exists in such places.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    The project offers surprising spatial sequences, a progressive architectural promenade from the sober but bright forecourt to the public lobby, where emotions run strong. The diversity of the materials used personalises and reflects the different aspects of the judiciary’s work.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    The richness of the volumes, both sober and sculptural, shapes this interior space with an idealised, private urbanity, lending the whole the character of a small-scale yet very real judicial centre.

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal

    Dominique Coulon et associés — Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal


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    Following the success of the first Paris New-York restaurant opened in December 2013 rue du Faubourg St Denis in the 10th district and also designed by CUT architectures, PNY Oberkampf claims it difference while taking on its heritage. Facing the renown Nouveau Casino club, the second venue offers a more urban and alternative image than the first one.

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    The façade is kept untouched though it’s black spray-painted all over while the sign is put up in the middle of it: P,N,Y, three thin neon tube letters set in raw aluminum frames. The floor is in cement tiles suggesting the continuity of the pavement within the restaurant space.

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    The lighting, like in the other restaurant, is central to the project: 12 glazed aluminum boxes integrate 72 neon tubes reflecting on the surrounding mirrors. Inspired by the Paris metro illuminated billboards the boxes are both the cladding and the structure of the bar placed in the center of the restaurant.

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    The carousel light bulbs used on the ceiling of the first Paris New-York restaurant are used here on the long marble tables in order to separate the patrons and to give the experience of an electric candle-light diner.

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    The brick wall has been preserved and is used as a communication surface for street poster art. Always looking to offer unusual spatial experiences we put the bar in the middle of the restaurant so people have to go through to access the two back areas and the toilets.

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    The small room in the back is dedicated to film screening. Acoustic panels are used on the walls to muffle the sound while the ground is made of rubber playground material driving in as you walk. Set in darkness the lighting is provided by tiny projectors framing the marble table surface.

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    Program / Hamburger restaurant Address / 96 rue Oberkampf / 75011 PARIS Client / Paris New-York Size / 80 m2

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf

    CUT Architectures — Restaurant PNY Oberkampf


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    The interior of The New Orangery, a 160-year-old building situated in The Royal Łazienki Museum complex in Warsaw, is a space combining the function of a palm house with its collection of exotic plants with that of Belvedere Restaurant which within the last few years has become its integral part. An important design objective of this project was finding a compromise in the way these two different functions will relate to each other in one space.

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    The main space of the orangery is divided into three levels. The first one is a floor level – the main passageway of the interior. The floor is finished in tiles of two various shades of grey imitating a garden path. The second level is created by an elevated platform, rising above floor level by around 50 cm, which makes an integral link with a bar, a cloakroom, toilets and food and beverage facilities.

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    A primary component of the space arrangement is a perforated structure made of steel (Corten) that constitutes a frame for climbing plants. A green wall which became a background for exotic trees in the Orangery is hiding cosy balconies, ‘nests’ of a sort. The entresols hidden among the tree crowns generate an interesting relation between a new architectural layout and plants. Additionally, they create an attractive vantage point on the restaurant interior and due to porte-fenênatre windows on the revitalized garden of The Royal Łazienki Museum. A perforated structure on the orangery wall, a minimalistic interpretation of natural vegetable forms, has become a sort of artistic installation in the space.

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    In the middle of the interior there is a bar made of white Corian. A decorative motif of the steel wall structure is replicated on the bar front side. A wall covered with thick moss emerges from behind the bar. A juxtaposition of a white Corian bar, a rusty Corten structure, organic plants and geometric components of the interior create an intriguing sculptural composition. The foyer and cloakroom room space, accessible in winter season, is decorated with huge mirror panes and thin panels of pressed exotic tree bark covering the walls. This solution gave the interior an extraordinary character due to multiplication of reflections of lights and colours of different tree bark. Additionally this geometrically arranged interior makes a delightful contrast with organic elements contained in the space of the Orangery.

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

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    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw

    WWAA — Belvedere Restaurant in Warsaw


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    El solar se ubica en la ciudad de Campana, cercano a la ruta, en el borde SO del casco urbano, dentro de una zona residencial de baja densidad y de creciente demanda. El conjunto de 4 casas se desarrolla sobre el lado mayor del lote a continuación del pequeño chalet existente sobre la esquina. El volumen edificado se recuesta sobre la medianera trasera atenuando su impacto sobre la calle y generando patios sobre el frente en continuidad con los retiros del chalet y las veredas ajardinadas del barrio. La obra pone en juego la tensión entre unidad y conjunto oscilando su expresión entre la autonomía y la disolución de la parte. La fachada principal suspendida sobre vigas metálicas se define como un telón continuo de ladrillos con variaciones de densidad donde se suceden de abajo hacia arriba los parasoles del estar, los cerramientos texturados de la planta alta y las barandas cribadas de las terrazas. La asociación de las puertas de listones, los paños estriados de ladrillos, las ventanas de la planta alta y las rajas en las barandas interrumpen la continuidad del plano y refuerzan el reconocimiento de las partes. Por otro lado el apareamiento y la repetición alternante (arriba-abajo) de las ventanas y paños estriados de ladrillos refuerzan la continuidad del conjunto. Una serie de volúmenes cribados de ladrillo que se repiten sobre la línea municipal resuelven los accesos peatonales al tiempo que dan cuenta de la individualidad de las casas y determinan una escala menor que se relaciona con los linderos bajos. Los canceles de tablas que cierran los patios sobre el frente se vuelven más permeables en sus remates y próximos al piso, favoreciendo visuales hacia la calle desde el estar semielevado y enfatizando la continuidad del césped que unifica patios y veredas. De esta manera, sobre la calle canceles y tamices de ladrillo colorean la luz y filtran visuales mediando la relación con el espacio público. Finalmente los cercos cribados entre patios vinculan los volúmenes de acceso con el cuerpo principal conformando un continuo de ladrillos donde varían texturas y permeabilidades.

    Francisco Cadau, Andrea Lanziani — 4 Casas con patio al frente

    Francisco Cadau, Andrea Lanziani — 4 Casas con patio al frente

    Francisco Cadau, Andrea Lanziani — 4 Casas con patio al frente

    Francisco Cadau, Andrea Lanziani — 4 Casas con patio al frente

    Francisco Cadau, Andrea Lanziani — 4 Casas con patio al frente

    Francisco Cadau, Andrea Lanziani — 4 Casas con patio al frente

    Francisco Cadau, Andrea Lanziani — 4 Casas con patio al frente

    Francisco Cadau, Andrea Lanziani — 4 Casas con patio al frente

    Francisco Cadau, Andrea Lanziani — 4 Casas con patio al frente

    Francisco Cadau, Andrea Lanziani — 4 Casas con patio al frente


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    The context of the place determined the way the bar area in the foyer of the Grand Theatre – National Opera in Warsaw interferes with the interior. The forms designed by Bohdan Pniewski are reinterpreted by the use of different material or by their new function and form a connection between the newly created implants and the existing elements. The axiality of the building together with a quite common use of mirrors in the opera’s interior influenced the form of two bar areas located symmetrically on both sides of the foyer. The floor pattern gave the inspiration to the furniture ornaments while the existence of many brass elements is reflected in the material choice.

    WWAA — Bars in the Opera Foyer

    WWAA — Bars in the Opera Foyer

    WWAA — Bars in the Opera Foyer

    WWAA — Bars in the Opera Foyer

    WWAA — Bars in the Opera Foyer

    WWAA — Bars in the Opera Foyer

    WWAA — Bars in the Opera Foyer


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