L’extension se compose de deux parties distinctes, le rez-de-chaussée avec l’espace rencontre, et le volume réservé aux unités de soins. Le rez-de-chaussée a pour vocation de devenir l’espace rencontre de l’édifice, lieu de vie et d’activité orienté autour de son patio. Continue reading Juan Socas
The building highlights throughout its exterior design the usual overlap of the different plans that compose it.
This superposition of different levels is marked on the south and east elevations through an alternative and independent rotation of the four facade planes. Continue reading Souto de Moura
Urban Shelve recycles linear infrastructure and builds new urban land on top of it, enabling vertical growth as an alternative to horizontal land consumption. A primary framework defines the structure and the infrastructure needed for multiple architectures to happen within, and is able to decide its composition based on specific site conditions and program needs. Continue reading Ensamble studio
EFFEKT . photos: © EFFEKT
Villa ONE is designed as a flexible home for a young couple with 1-2 children. The floor plan maximizes the social functions in a large open family space with views to the surrounding landscapes, courtyard and secret garden.
Planning restrictions on the site called for a careful and minimal approach positioning the house close to the residential street. In most cases this would be the most ideal location, as you would have a large private garden behind the house. In this case however, it was not. Continue reading EFFEKT
BudCud . photos: © BudCud
This year’s anniversary 25th Jewish Culture Festival in Cracow celebrates Kazimierz – Jewish quarter of Cracow, as well as other Jewish districts from around the world. Following the theme, BudCud designed a temporary public space in one of a few empty squares in the district. Noticing the fact that the squares of Kazimierz are its most characteristic features, unfortunately all occupied by cars, monuments or commercial activities, with the festival architects decided to create the FKŻ Quarter – an architectural device for bringing social life to the site. It is a temporary public urban situation created by multiple objects organised around a central elevated square. Continue reading BudCud