[all images courtesy of BIG.dk] it’s opened now! this has been one of my favorite projects by BIG and i am so excited to see its completion!! the images of realized museum are just as good as they looked in the renderings! and yes, the new&old (transforming a old concrete dry dock into a modern museum), the simple material palette (concrete, steel, glass), and the modern design language (minimal)… all have made this project onto my […]
since SHOP debuted the winning scheme for the PS1 warm-up party back in 2000, outdoor summer party has moved on to another level. it is beyond just a stage and a lot where DJ plays music and people dance. it is a place where you can dance, lounge, socialize not only during saturday nights but anytime during the day, too. ( of course, without the music part in the day time) designed by CODA Caroline O’Donnell, Ithaca […]
[all photos credit: Alberto Sinigaglia ] design a temporary summer pavilion at PS1 has became one of the most anticipated annual events among the young architects. besides the winning proposal will be realized on site (oppose to many other design competitions that only left us fancy renderings to imagine), when it comes to music, architecture, and exhibition programs all together — you know it is guaranteed to be a unique experience for music fans, artists, and anyone […]
recently john participated a idea competition host by innosite.dk. the contest of “TRANSPARENT SHELTER” is aimed to spotlight the medium of glass and the interplay between design and craftsmanship. solutions should be innovative and the construction should consist almost entirely of glass. also the proposal must be based on a specific site in holbæk, denmark. since the competition is closed now and three winning ideas will be selected at the end of february, i invited john to share his proposal with […]
[all images courtesy JAJAarchitects ] last month i posted a competition entry ” a rolling master plan”proposed by stockholm-based architecture firm jagnefalt milton (click here to see previous post). their proposal has been awarded third place in this international master plan competition for the city of andalsnes, norway. today, i am going to share the proposal from copenhagen-based architecture firm JAJA architects, “landscape loop”, who won the shared first place. the proposal brief from the architects: ” The Landscape Loop is a urban plan […]
[all images courtesy jagnefalt milton ] this proposal had been awarded third place in the master plan international competition for the city of andalsnes, norway. stockholm-based architecture office jagnefalt milton proposed a city based on existing abandoned rails – rolling hotels, rolling public bath and rolling concert hall. ( how fun! ) the jury awarded their office for a proposal where existing and new rail road would provide the base for new building that could be rolled […]
[ all images courtesy WEarchitecture ] a simple and effective design by danish architecture firm WE. i just have to share this projects mainly because the quality of drawings & diagrams are awesome… plus these logo design (the mug! ) ! Mariehøj ,Holte, Denmark Assignment: Invited competition Size: 8000 m2 restoration, 800m2 new building Year: 2010 Status: 1. prize, in progress. Clients: Rudersdahl municipality Design: WE Architecture Team: Marc Jay, Julie Schmidt-Nielsen, Hermanus Neikamp, Lawrence Mahadoo, Lena […]
[all images courtesy Paisajes Emergentes] colombian architects Paisajes Emergentes received second prize for their proposal for the townshift international competition in canada. congratulations! if you don’t know who are they by now, you SHOULD check out their website to find out.