Apartment in Bosques de las Lomas by Taller David Dana Arquitectura

By : lau | 28 Jun 2014 5:28 pm | Apartments

The Apartment in Bosques de las Lomas is a project designed by the practice of Taller David Dana Arquitectura in 2014 combining contemporary aesthetic with industrial elements to ensure a balanced and highly functional residential space located in Cuajimalpa, Mexico City, Mexico. The project spreads over a surface of 267 square meters and the vast space allowed the designers to build the interior as a study of the way in which the concept of each material is changed through the…

Westridge by Montalba Architects

By : lau | 28 Jun 2014 5:23 pm | Homes

Westridge is a residential project designed by the Montalba Architects practice in 2011 and it is located in Los Angeles, California to take advantage of the site’s view toward the downtown as well as of the Pacific Ocean. Spreading over a surface of 5400 square feet, the project was completely redesigned from its foundation with a second floor addition that brings abundant natural light inside while also being able to capture a 270 degree view of its surroundings. The materials…

Luxury Village and Mercury Theatre by Project Meganom

By : lau | 28 Jun 2014 5:17 pm | Other

The Project Meganom architectural practice designed the Luxury Village in Barvikha, Moskovskaya oblast, Russia in 2008 and the Mercury Theatre inside it. The Luxury Village is a retail complex which covers 600 meters along the Rublyovo-Uspenskoye Highway as a pedestrian street between two strips of shops that bring five squares together. The street begins with a spa hotel and continues all the way to the Theatre with small shops that have a common basement with storage spaces, technical rooms and…

Rutgers Business School by TEN Arquitectos

By : lau | 28 Jun 2014 5:12 pm | Education

The practice of TEN Arquitectos designed the Rutgers Business School as a gateway to the Livingston Campus of the Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey. The project was created in 2013 with an L-shape that spans at a height of 60 feet above Rockafeller Road and it is a part of a masterplan to supply the high density campus with urban facilities, shared amenities and orient it toward the collaboration spaces instead of the traditional classrooms. There are three bands…

The Crow’s Nest Residence by BCV Architects

By : lau | 27 Jun 2014 9:33 am | Homes

The Crow’s Nest Residence is a ski cabin at the top of the Sugar Bowl Ski Resort in California and it features a design created by the practice of BCV Architects to respond to its setting and explore the common grounds between the contemporary and classical aesthetics. Located at an elevation of 7080 feet, the Sugar Bowl is at the historic Donner Summit in the Sierra Nevada range and the ski resort is one of the oldest in the country.…

Vivanta by Taj by WOW Architects

By : lau | 27 Jun 2014 9:27 am | Hotels & Spas

Vivanta by Taj is a hotel in Gurgaon, India which was designed by the practice of WOW Architects for the Taj Group, combining the latest techniques with a classical Indian experience. The building is in an area that is rapidly changing and the hotel had to ensure the comfort and relaxation of its guests, so several interconnected courtyards and public spaces ensure the noise reduction. There are a lot of landscaped courtyards surrounded by the main public interior spaces and…

Parametrium of Contrasts by Geometrix Design

By : lau | 27 Jun 2014 9:24 am | Interiors

The practice of Geometrix Design created the Parametrium of Contrasts project comprised of a single room which uses only black and white tones to create a highly sophisticated ambiance with no space between the panels and a complex sculptural wall with intricate curves that can also be used as shelves. The ultramodern aesthetic of the wall is moderated through the light Art Deco touches of the bed corner with the leather quilted bed, ceiling head and illumination to give a…

Café extension for the National Museum of Australia by ARM Architecture

By : lau | 27 Jun 2014 9:17 am | Restaurants & Bars

The National Museum of Australia added a new café extension to connect the main museum and the Burley Griffin Lake. The project features a design created by the ARM Architecture practice and it takes its inspiration from the Boolean string used in the museum to give shape to a dining space sweeping outside the lake. The project spreads over a surface of 180 square meters with a commercial kitchen that can cater the needs of up to 400 people which…

Gubei Central Business District of Shanghai by David Adjaye

By : lau | 27 Jun 2014 9:13 am | Skyscrapers

The architect David Adjaye unveiled the images of his first project in China which is a mixed-use development in the Gubei Central Business District of Shanghai, in the Hongqiao Park and it is called Gubei SOHO. The tower has a height of 170 meters and its geometry acts as a medium between the large park toward the north and the urban landscape of the south. The tower to the north holds the offices to permit a view of the city…

Hegel Apartment by Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop

By : lau | 27 Jun 2014 9:11 am | Apartments

Located on Hegel Street in Polanco, Mexico City, Mexico, this apartment was designed by the Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop to represent the lifestyle of the inhabitant. The project spreads over a surface of 90 square meters and it used to belong to a grandmother after whom it was inherited by a young graphic designer who commissioned the project to the designers after cleaning the carpets and ceilings to leave a simple concrete surface. The polished concrete is visible through the…

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