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Ballmoos Krucker

Blumenrain . Zollikon

Ballmoos Krucker . Blumenrain . Zollikon (1)

Ballmoos Krucker Architekten . photos: © Georg Aerni . + SBD

Das Gebäude reagiert auf innere und äussere Bedingungen mit einer raumhaltigen Fassade, die den Bau als öffentliches, spezielles Gebäude erscheinen lässt, das aber gleichzeitig fast ephemer wirkt und zu einem Bestandteil der Landschaft wird. Aus dem Inneren heraus – und damit für den Alltag der Bewohnenden – bildet die tiefe Fassade kontrollierte Übergänge zwischen öffentlichen und privaten Ansprüchen. Continue reading Ballmoos Krucker

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stpmj

The Masonry House . Suwon-si

stpmj . The Masonry House . Suwon-si (1)

stpmj . photos: © Song Yousub . + archdaily

The Masonry, a multi-family house in Korea, seeks a playful game of “scale” in two aspects, the building itself and bricks in its façade. The site sits at the corner, facing its long-north and short-east sides to the roads. Due to the town planning, the entrance and the long side of the house need to be facing South. It makes a contradictory condition of pitched roof direction and the main face of the house. Continue reading stpmj

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Duggan Morris

King’s Cross office building . London

duggan morris . king’s cross office building . london (1)

Duggan Morris Architects . photos: © Jack Hobhouse . + dezeen

Since 2001, Argent have planned, managed and delivered the regeneration of King’s Cross – one of the most significant urban development projects in the UK. The 67 acre site has a rich history and a unique setting. With a master plan designed by Allies & Morrison in collaboration with Porphyrios Associates, the proposals for R7 have been developed through a progressive process of consultations between Argent, the officers of London Borough of Camden and other relevant stakeholders and local bodies. Continue reading Duggan Morris