With the continued pursuit of integrating nature into manmade structure, many of the July 2015 architecture innovations involve reflecting the natural environment that surrounds new developments. From hospitals that provide sprawling of views of greenery in order to inspire healing to urban rooftop farms that aim to seek out any possible outpost for agriculture, there are plenty applications that point to the future of architecture and design.
The city has been planned around a central park, and designed so that every resident can walk to work in the business district. Mrs Kwon moved here from Seoul three years ago and says her daily commute is a 15-minute walk across the park to her job as a translator.
"After lunch I walk with my co-workers in the park - it's an important element in my life now," she told me. "When I lived in Seoul, I had to drive to see my friends, or my son's friends; living here in Songdo, my son can ride his bike to his friends' houses and I can walk to hang out with mine. It's brought me closer to my neighbours."
Construido por DnA_Design and Architecture en Lishui, China con fecha 2015. Imagenes por Zhou Ruogu/Savoye Photographer. El distrito de Songyang es bien conocido por su paisaje pintoresco de más de un centenar de pueblos antiguos, en el s...
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has revealed the winners of its 2015 National Awards. This year is marked by an increase in housing projects, which make up a quarter of the overall winners.
The structure of the awards has been tinkered with this year, and RIBA has dropped the European component to focus purely on UK-based projects. This results in 37 winners from around the UK (down from last year's total of 56 from the UK and EU), from which one winner will be chosen to receive the Stirling Prize on October 15. London fares best, with a full 14 winners located in the capital, but Scotland is well represented too, with five winners, and it's arguably a more geographically balanced selection than one might expect.
Construido por EMBT en Milan, Italy con fecha 2015. Imagenes por Roland Halbe. El pabellón, diseñado para Copagri y nombrado "Amaló" se encuentra en la parte sur-este del Lago Arena - una gran pis...
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El pabellón, diseñado para Copagri y nombrado "Amaló" se encuentra en la parte sur-este del Lago Arena - una gran piscina circular de agua al final del Cardo, uno de los ejes principales del masterplan de la Expo Milán 2015 - y rodeado por el pabellón de la Unión Europea y el Pabellón de Vanke.
This pavilion was designed by Danish engineering firm Søren Jensen for the 2015 IASS Expo in Amsterdam called “Future Visions”. The pavilion can be seen in the "Het Muziekgebouw” among other pavilions until the 22nd of august 2015.
Construido por Sculp[IT] en Antwerp, Belgium con fecha 2015. Imagenes por Luc Roymans. Una casa lista para el próximo siglo. La fachada conserva su función histórica y luminosidad burguesa, ordenadamente ...
Organizadores: Carpe Via,Contexto [arquitectura],Orriols Convive Lugar: Descampado de la ermita de San Jerónimo y Colegio Público Miguel Hernández,Arquitecte Rodríguez 34 Desde 06/07/2015 14:00 Hasta 10/07/2015 23:59.
Lola Ripollés's insight:
Ciudad Sensible 2015 es un espacio de comunicación, creación e investigación colectiva que reflexiona en torno a nuevos modelos y dinámicas a la hora de hacer ciudad desde una perspectiva transdisciplinar situada en un punto intermedio entre el arte, la arquitectura, la ingeniería, el urbanismo, la geografía, la política y la sociología, entre otros campos.
The victorious scheme, dubbed Art in the City, features nine ‘low-lying’ pavilions and a lighthouse-like tower clad in charred timber. The jury hailed its concept for the museum’s new £100 million Finnish outpost as ‘deeply respectful of the site’ and a ‘fragmented, non-hierarchical, horizontal campus of linked pavilions where art and society could meet and inter-mingle’.
The husband-and-wife firm, which was set up in 2011 by former Shigeru Ban talent Hiroko Kusunoki and ex-Kengo Kuma architect Nicolas Moreau, takes home the €100,000 first prize.
Construido por Architecture Patrick Mauger en Auneau, France con fecha 2012. Imagenes por Michel Denance. Inspirado en un mercado cercano cubierto, el proyecto diseñado por la agencia de Patrick Mauger en Auneau, toma la fo...
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