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Hefei BOE Hospital / HKS

January 31, 2020 Collin Chen 0

Hefei BOE Hospital is committed to creating a world-class intelligent healthcare facility for Hefei with the design concept of simple, high-tech, healing garden design with a focus on patient experience. In an effort to create the best healing experience, Hefei BOE Hospital incorporates a number of gardens from the roof to the ground to connect indoor and outdoor spaces with a sustainable environment. The natural and comfortable spaces take into account the experience of patients, families and medical staff. The architects used evidence-based design to integrate and isolate spatial functions and organizational flow lines. The team has provided a high-quality, safe and effective medical environment for patients and visitors, while also providing a good working environment for medical staff.

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New Artist Residency In Senegal / Toshiko Mori

January 31, 2020 Daniel Sánchez 0

The rural village of Sinthian in south-eastern Senegal will be the setting for an exciting new cultural centre, conceived and funded by the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation in Connecticut in collaboration with a local leader in Sinthian. Opening on 4 March 2015, THREAD will offer artist residencies alongside a diverse range of programs that will provide the people of Sinthian and the surrounding region with the opportunity to discover new forms of creativity and cultivate their skills. A venue for markets, education, performances and meetings, the centre will be a hub for the local community and a place where the resident artists can have a truly meaningful experience of Sinthian society.

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Seal Cove Residence / LUNO Design Studio

January 31, 2020 Daniel Tapia 0

Mike and Ellen Fedosh are a couple of keen solar eclipse chasers; they have traveled the world to destinations like Svalbard, Libya & Cook Islands and have seen a total of 10 of these rare astronomical events. Like modern-day Indiana Jones, this hobby has shaped Mike and Ellen’s personal aesthetic, largely in part to the collection of local art that they have acquired from various cultures along the way. A common thread, that is obviously not only through their art but their personal style, is that Mike and Ellen embrace color. When talking with Mike, he’ll be quick to tell you that, simply put, color brings him joy. It is easy to believe as he’s telling you this while wearing a blue Hawaiian shirt, Panama hat, and sunglasses.

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Hyatt Regency Beijing Shiyuan / CL3 Architects

January 31, 2020 舒岳康 - SHU Yuekang 0

Design Concept – Green life • blending into nature
Yanqing District is located about 75 km north-west of Beijing. It is home to the popular Badaling section of the Great Wall. It is not only rich in historical sites and natural landscape but also the outdoor attractions. The district will host the International Horticultural Expo in 2019 and Winter Olympics in 2022. It is a popular destination for all kinds of travelers.

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morphosis architects unveils plans for nanjing conference center in china

January 31, 2020 macnadusa 0

morphosis architects, the US firm led by thom mayne, has unveiled plans for a conference center to be built in the chinese city of nanjing. situated at a key position between china’s eastern coastal cities and the yangtze river delta region, the nanjing new jiangbei district is emerging as a major epicenter for global business. […]

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Miami police enlist architecture students to create 3D-printed model of the Super Bowl stadium

January 31, 2020 Eleanor Gibson 0

The Miami-Dade Police has worked with architecture students at Florida International University to create a 3D-printed model of the Hard Rock Stadium to prepare for the Super Bowl this weekend. Designed by students in the College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts at FIU, the four-by-five feet (1.2-by-1.5 metres) mockup details bleachers, hallways, exits, rooms

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The Shambles / Sketch Architects

January 31, 2020 Andreas Luco 0

‘The Shambles’ – transformation of a 1960s bungalow to a four-bedroom family house. When the owners moved into The Shambles with their two young children, it was unsuitable for their needs. While the footprint was generous, the bungalow felt cramped and dated for a family of four. The toilet was located separately to the shower, which was an attachment over the bathtub, while the living room had no fixed lighting at all. The garden was only accessible via a steep concrete staircase. The project to turn the bungalow into a family house, led by Sketch Architects, has transformed the way the family enjoys their home. They now have created a large, high-ceilinged living space that directly addresses the garden and offers views across the nearby Bourne Woods. A separate playroom and formal living room ensure everyone has their own space. The girls share a generous bedroom, while their parents have an en-suite and dressing room attached to their large master bedroom.

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Keita House / Di Frenna Arquitectos

January 31, 2020 Andreas Luco 0

Reinterpreting the typology of a Mexican house in a contemporary version, was the premise to design Keita House, where the central patio became the circulation and main view of the residence. This last one, serves as the project’s heart, it can be contemplated from everywhere, and it is completely surrounded by both private and social areas of the proposal. Existing vegetation and the climate in Colima city, allowed the continuous opening of the proposed volumes. In the design, all the spaces are somehow permeated by either vegetation, wind and natural light, components that at the same time conquer until erasing the barrier between nature and architecture.