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Andares Corporate / Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos

April 24, 2019 Clara Ott 0

The 23-story Andares Corporate Building project rises to a height of 140 meters, which transforms the Guadalajara’s metropolitan area skyline. This mixed-use office and retail project has the advantage of being located within the successful Andares shopping mall, also designed by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos.

Space Encounters uses planted partitions to divide office in Utrecht

April 24, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
Synchroon office interiors designed by Space Encounters

Tropical plants sprouting up from partition walls provide privacy to workers inside this office in Utrecht, which has been overhauled by architecture studio Space Encounters. Occupying the 14th floor of a recently-completed tower in central Utrecht, the office for Dutch property developers Synchroon features leafy partitions that are intended to be an alternative to claustrophobic,

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AUM Pierre Minassian Offices / AUM Pierre Minassian

April 24, 2019 Daniel Tapia 0

Enclosed between a boulevard to the north, and a railway to the south, the land offers a potential for a significant visibility. It is also a place of sensitive urban reflection and representative of the issues of revaluation of the peripheries of current cities. The neighborhood mostly made up of simple houses, lacks sense and coherence. The building, with its structure and transparency, is a transition between a mineral setting in the north and a garden in the south. It is conceived as a signal in the city, the culmination of a form generating spaces and uses.

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837 Washington Commercial Office Building / Morris Adjmi Architects

April 23, 2019 Paula Pintos 0

837 Washington Street is a commercial office building that embodies the cultural, economic, and political forces that have shaped New York. Located in the city’s historic Meatpacking District, at the convergence of the rigid 1811 Commissioners’ street grid and the older picturesque streets of Greenwich Village, it comprises two distinct but coexisting elements: a new twisting steel-and-glass volume and a rehabilitated Moderne-style brick warehouse built in 1938.

Habitas members’ clubhouse opens in old New York fire station

April 21, 2019 Paul Jebara 0
Habitas New York City members clubhouse by Style Mood

Creative agency StyleMood has transformed a 19th-century firehouse in New York City into this cosy members’ club. The six-storey Habitas clubhouse occupies a fire station, which was built in 1985 near Penn Station – the busiest transit hub in the United States. Locally based StyleMood overhauled the six-storey building on 240 West 30th Street for

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Eight Panama City architecture studios captured by Marc Goodwin

April 20, 2019 Eleanor Gibson 0
Ventura Office Panama City architecture studio photographed by Marc Goodwin

Photographer Marc Goodwin has captured the architecture offices of eight firms based in Panama’s capital city for his latest studio photography set.  The Panama City series features a much smaller amount of studios in comparison to Goodwin’s previous sets, which have captured studios in city’s with booming architecture scenes, like Mexico City and Los Angeles. “This was

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Amorepacific Headquarters / David Chipperfield Architects

April 18, 2019 Andreas Luco 0

Creating a building with a distinct identity was the primary aim for the project. This decision was underlined by the need to mediate between two distinctly different urban conditions: Whilst the historic neighbourhood features a small- scale architectural hierarchy with an inherent urban quality, the masterplan is clearly inspired by visions of the early modern movement, where solitary buildings define urbanity by forming a city of objects.

Graham Baba imbues Klotski building in Seattle with industrial aesthetic

April 17, 2019 Jenna McKnight 0
Trailbend Taproom restaurant and beerhall in Seattle Washington by Graham Baba Architects

American studio Graham Baba Architects has used perforated metal, blackened steel and salvaged wood to create an industrial-style, mixed-use building in Seattle, which includes a beer hall.  The Klotski building is located in the city’s trendy Ballard neighbourhood, a waterfront district with a maritime and industrial history. The design of the three-storey building aims to

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Espace 20 one / Debaixo do Bloco Arquitetura

April 17, 2019 Pilar Caballero 0

A versatile, functional place that expressed the technology and the vision ahead of the company that contracted the office were the requisites requested to the architect Clay Rodrigues to create in 10×10 m a conceptual space. This environment would have to represent the company in uses and times differents, such as reception, conversions, presentations.

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Yuyuanlu Redevelopment / Neri&Hu Design and Research Office

April 17, 2019 韩爽 - HAN Shuang 0

Located on historic Yuyuan Road in Shanghai, Neri&Hu’s design for a redevelopment project repackages a collection of perfunctory and nondescript office buildings into a mixed-use commercial complex with a sense of history, community, and conviviality. Situated off a charming sycamore-lined street, the site is an eclectic mixture of ten old and new buildings each with its own distinct façade, thus the main design challenge was to define an architectural element that could bring some harmony and continuity.