Source: Atlas of places Photography: Johansen Skovsted – Rasmus Norlander The project for Ejerforeningen Nørrehus transformed the residents’ common courtyard from being a purely utilitarian space to being oriented towards leisure and community. The first stage dealt with all the surfaces, new planting and playground. The Second phase dealt with a new house for the common facilities including, room for prams, th
Fuente: Barceló Balanzó arquitectes Fotografía: Simón García | arqfoto El nuevo Instituto se sitúa en una parcela al límite del tejido de viviendas en el sector de las Aimerigues, en el umbral de un futuro crecimiento de ciudad y un área de parques de importantes dimensiones limitados por la calle de Icaria. La implantación se define desde la ubicación de los volúmenes de la edificación dentro de la parcela: un volum
Erskine built his own house near Djupdalen on a piece of ground given by a farmer who also lent his horse and sledge for transporting materials. The present day building is a copy of the original which is the property of the Swedish Architecture museum, it is situated close to Erskine’s present day home on the island Lovö to the west of Stockholm . The building is in principle a single room with dimensions 6m x
Source: 6a architects website Photography: Johan Dehlin & 6a architects Blue Mountain School unfolds behind the shimmering silver façade of this corner site on Redchurch Street. In the tradition of house museums, the building is a puzzle of rooms and uses, playing host to a fashion archive, exhibition spaces, a kitchen and wine room, a perfumery, listening spaces and various room sets by international designers.
AUTOCONSTRUCCIÓN. POR UNA AUTONOMÍA DEL HABITAR (ESCRITOS SOBRE URBANISMO, VIVIENDA, AUTOGESTIÓN Y HOLISMO) John F. C. Turner, Kathrin Golda-Pongratz, José Luis Oyon, Volker Zimmermann Esta selección de reflexiones de John F. C. Turner quiere acercar al lector en español escritos poco conocidos del arquitecto, textos que abarcan todo su recorrido vital y
Source: Buchner Bründler website Photography: Rory Gardiner The residential area in Münchenstein is a quiet and very green place, with the gardens behind single-family houses extending to the railway embankment. The original house of the client, with an interior defined by a traditional closed floor plan, blends into this spatial logic. The desire to make maximum use of the area for open living led to a new construct
Source: Afasia Photography: Jeroen Verrecht The project involves the Belgian artist Stief Desmet’s painting and sculpting studio. On the street side you will find the family home, flanked on the left by a narrow brick garage. On the right side there is a lower studio and studio that no longer meets the expectations of the artist who creates ever larger sculptures. The site is characterized by organically grown buildi