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Ensamble Studio

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Ensamble Studio

La arquitectura nos sorprendió. su ambigüedadentre lo natural y lo construido, la compleja materialidad que un mismo elemento constructivo, el hormigón en masa sin refuerzo armado, podía dotar al pequeño espacio arquitectónico a distintas escalas. desde la textura informe de su exterior, hasta la violenta incisión de un corte que revela su vocación arquitectónica, llegando a la expresión fluida de la solidificación interior del hormigón. esta materialidad espesa, que proporciona a las paredes verticales una escala almohadillada, proviene de la dimensión de los fardos, y contrasta con la liquidez continua del techo que evoca al mar, petrificado en el dintel del marco espacial que mira de modo sublime al océano atlántico, resaltando el horizonte como única línea tensa del espacio interior. Continue reading Ensamble Studio

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Marc Koehler

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Marc Koehler

In Loft House 1, the building system was optimized and further expanded, resulting in an evolutionary prototype. The wooden structure serves as a framework in which floors can be installed in any position, giving the entire house a flexible layout. In addition, the prefab wooden structure shortens the construction period considerably, to just six months. The construction of the prefab elements in a closed workshop took two only weeks, and assembly at the building site took no more than four days. Continue reading Marc Koehler

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Johannes Norlander Arkitektur

House Morran . Gothenburg

Johannes Norlander Arkitektur . photos: © Rasmus Norlander

The house is located on an island just by the sea fairway to the port of Gothenburg. The project is a transformation of a warn-down cottage from the 50’s with an extension from the mid 70’s. The building volume and most of the structure has been kept intact, in order not to exploit the landscape but just to refine and strengthen the qualities already existing on the site. Continue reading Johannes Norlander Arkitektur

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Daniel Libeskind

Vanke Pavilion | Expo 2015 . Milan

Daniel Libeskind . photos: © Studio Libeskind . + domusweb

Commissioned by the innovative Chinese real estate company, Vanke, the pavilion was inspired by traditional Chinese landscape painting—rock formations, rice fields, and prehistoric outcrops. The pavilion aims to tell the story of civilization, technology and the 21st Century as well as offer a space for reflection and a celebration of different cultures. Continue reading Daniel Libeskind