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Dalian library by Architects collective

Dalian library by Architects collective | ARCHIresource | Scoop.it

Architects collective based in Vienna has designed the ‘Dalian library’ for the city of Dalian in China. The new library is designed to become the center for the local community with a strong relationship to the bay and the ocean.

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Flowing Marine Research Center in Bali

Flowing Marine Research Center in Bali | ARCHIresource | Scoop.it

An international design competition for a marine research center in Bali, Indonesia gave firm solus4 an opportunity to study and architecturally interpret the structure of tsunami waves.

Designed for a site 150 meters off the shore of Kuta beach, their Marine Research Center is a fluid structure that minimizes its impact upon its natural aquatic environment. The 2500 square-meter facility is designed to be extremely energy efficient while providing visitors and scientists with a direct connection to the the ocean

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designcoding | Use of Analytical Visuals: Revisiting Villa Savoye

designcoding | Use of Analytical Visuals: Revisiting Villa Savoye | ARCHIresource | Scoop.it

This presentation was completed in 2007, as a part of a research project titled “Analytical Visuals in Architectural Design Studio”. We decided to use Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye as our actor, trying lots of different visual effects and techniques to understand and to express it’s fundamental design principles. Below are some of the elements we used in the project: some renders and panoramas along with a small video experiment. Modeling was based on various models and technical drawings of the building found around internet, and changing / modifying / re-modeling parts of them to meet our purposes regarding details, level of abstraction and overall quality visual perception.

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New St. Petersburg Pier | Mesh Architecture & BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) - Arch2O.com

New St. Petersburg Pier | Mesh Architecture & BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) - Arch2O.com | ARCHIresource | Scoop.it

It is amazing how something so everyday and recognizable as a loop-dee-loop can amaze and inspire us. Just a subtle change makes all the difference, no longer is it the straw wrapping that we play with rather than discard, not is is become something. Now it’s heavy duty, and it’s more real to us- understandable, straw wrappings get thrown out, we usually only throw out buildings that were built in the ’70s.


The firm Mesh Architecture collaborated with BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) for this competition entry, titled Wave Pier, to design the new St. Petersburg Pier in St. Petersburg, Florida. Below is the description given of the project by Mesh Architecture. Enjoy!

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Can raytracing really kill raster graphics? | CG Channel

Can raytracing really kill raster graphics? | CG Channel | ARCHIresource | Scoop.it
Imagination Technologies thinks so. We explore why its new raytracing cards could change how you work.
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Daegu Gosan public library by Dia Studio

Daegu Gosan public library by Dia Studio | ARCHIresource | Scoop.it

The Public Living Room by Dia Architecture Studio stand out by the double-height spatial core within the building, “where all other peripheral functions are organized around and through it.”

The proposed design includes a reading room, a place to hold conferences or lectures, a casual cinema and theater space

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Syros House by Myrto Miliou - Ronen Bekerman 3d architectural visualization blog

Syros House by Myrto Miliou - Ronen Bekerman 3d architectural visualization blog | ARCHIresource | Scoop.it

It’s very hot in here now. Feels like the middle of summer, and I’m working on a design using mostly rough stones, so I’m thinking the Syros House by Myrto Miliou Architects will be a perfect inspirational fit to share with you all. It sure did inspire me today! The photos have very good stone detail in them and a strong feel of hot summer (seems to me they were treated to accentuate that). I find myself drawn towards this type of “earthy” architecture more and more lately. feels cosy.

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Wetropolis | S+PBA - Arch2O.com

Wetropolis | S+PBA - Arch2O.com | ARCHIresource | Scoop.it

According to the head of Thailand’s National Disaster Warning Center, Meteorologist Smith Dharmasaroja, by 2030 much of Bangkok will lie under 1.5 meters (5 feet) of seawater. With the city sinking 10 cm below sea level, the latter rising by 40 cm annually, the safest place to create architecture is above water. Thus, a Bangkok-based architecture firm S+PBA recently unveiled drawings for a self-sustaining community that can thrive with the ebb and flow of rising tides. Dubbed “A Post Diluvian Future”, the “wetropolis” allows Bangkok to live with natural flooding instead of resisting it while creating a homeostasis that detoxifies the region’s polluted waters.

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Saint Petersburg Zoological Park | TN Plus & Beckmann N’Thépé

Saint Petersburg Zoological Park | TN Plus & Beckmann N’Thépé | ARCHIresource | Scoop.it

Thousands and thousands of years ago the surface of the earth was but one supercontinent known as Pangea. Ecosystems once linked with others are today kept apart by oceans and seas after being broken into splinters. From this separation we have developed different cultures and unique environments that have defined the way we live. Yet in our search for knowledge and entertainment one of the few things that unite these worlds can be found within zoos were we can interact and observe animals that are not indigenous to where we live.

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