Source: Two-Bo Photography: José Hevia El complejo de “Aigües de Vilajuïga” no puede entenderse sin la presencia del agua que fluye bajo tierra. Un acuífero de agua carbonatada que desde 1904 nunca ha dejado de manar. Los Pozos y las construcciones que puntúan el terreno son el reflejo de este mundo subterráneo. ¿Cómo hacer evidente algo que ocurre bajo tierra? El encargo preveía la puesta a punto de las instalacione
The Brick Award will announce the winners in a digital Brick Award ceremony on September 23, 2020. Register for the online event now! Stay tuned on their website as well as Instagram and Facebook for updates. The Award For more than one decade now, Wienerberger AG has been hosting the international Brick Award every two years, providing a stage for excellent brick architecture and its architects. Wienerberger initia
Source: O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects Photography: O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects At the core of this loose gathering of agricultural barns and cottage buildings and additions that has transformed over time are two courtyards, set back from the road. We were commissioned to assist the process of converting the current offices that occupy this strong, yet informal ensemble back to an earlier time of cottage type
Photography: Unknown New drawings: Anna Badia The Siren Villa, Kaija y Heikki Siren’s house and office, is located in Lauttasaari, an island situated to the west of Helsinki, Finland, with dense vegetation and an architecture made up of isolated buildings. The house is hidden in this immense forest, facing the sea and opening itself to the south, in a courtyard that is protected from the sea wind. The building
Source: Michele & Miquel Photography: Pep SAU, Ines JUANOLA, Michèle ORLIAC y Miquel BATLLE ES. Un trabajo conjunto sobre paisaje, arquitectura y vino Hace 25 años en este lugar se instaló una pequeña bodega y una vivienda construidas a partir de una estructura de madera para granja de animales. El proyecto consiste en ampliar la bodega, construir un hangar para tractores, unas oficinas, un restaurante y una nuev
Source: KAAN architecten Photography: Simone Bossi KAAN Architecten has designed the new Crematorium Siesegem on the outskirts of Aalst (Belgium), as an entry for an international competition that the Dutch firm won in 2012. The building is a comforting sequence of spaces in symbiotic relationship with its tranquil surroundings. Located in the countryside bordering the western ring road of the Belgian city, the crema
Source: Dierendonckblancke Photography: Filip Dujardin The meeting center consists of two adjacent buildings of the same shape arranged around an open square. The entire superstructure and part of the outer zone have a basement for a car park. The largest volume houses the concert hall with the technical area on top. The other volume houses the foyer, the administrative functions and a caretaker’s house.