On November - 1 - 2010 ADD COMMENTS
Curvilinear walls covered with Chinese ceramics on the campus of the Academy of the Arts in China. CAFA Art Museum in Beijing China, by Arata Isozaki & Associates. The curved walls of the exterior of CAFA Art Museum, located at the northeast corner of the campus of the Chinese Academy of Arts (CAFA) is lined with classic Chinese ceramics. Read the rest of this entry »
Iraq will be signed by the star architect Zaha Hadid, the Museum of Mediterranean Nuragica Arts and Contemporary Art under construction in Cagliari (specifically on the waterfront of St. Elias). After the many signs in Italy and see the station HST Afragola, MAXXI of Rome, the Regium Waterfront or the New Cagliari Teatro di Verbania (just to name a few) – the Pritzker Prize Zaha Hadid also signs that the museum will be built in nuragico Cagliari bethel winning the contest organized by region of Sardinia in collaboration with Domus and PoliMi. A breathtaking coral concretion happily stranded on the shores of the Gulf of Cagliari. Blinding white sculptural architecture, like the limestone of the city that will see it rise, is open and dynamic outside and inside of which use by visitors who are invited to follow paths exhibition, educational and commercial, determines the design of the building. The architect says the victory of the Boers as Zaha Hadid: “The jury evaluated the extraordinary sensitivity of the new contextual architectural structure, which acts like a” coral concretion “follows, sews and reconfigure an entire piece of beachfront Cagliari. The project designed by Zaha Hadid for the museum and contemporary art nuragica “will be continued-Boeri – set a new landmark in the landscape of Cagliari, the opportunity for new experiences – both perceptive and location-body development and sedimentation fertile contamination between historical identity future identity throughout the island of Sardinia and territorial system. ” This piece of architecture, along the beautiful Waterfront Regium Cagliari, contributes to the regeneration of the district Sant’Elia. I guess they are proud of the Sardinians. There is some Sardinian want to comment on the project? More pictures
The principle of inspiration for the project is the meeting of the collective and the individual, a feature inherent to the dormitory building.The simple circular Tietgen bedroom is a response to the urban context, providing a bold architectural statement in the new target area. The building is cicular – symbol of equality and community – is contrasted by projecting the volume of individual residences Read the rest of this entry »
The building is based on the principle of the hyperboloid, which had been frequently used in steel construction by the engineer Vladimir G. Suchov (1853 – 1939). It consists of 240 pieces of straight wooden Siberian larch (glulam) with a cross section of 8 x 8 inches. A large mesh structure has been designed by two inverse maps, in which only the external, system members, bears the burdens. While other vertical members such as steel columns or a central mast, were omitted consistently. Read the rest of this entry »
Dream and Fly is a concept of micro-hotel for hours. Inspired by the nature of a matrix, this space is intended to convey a feeling of protection, in contrast to the movement and agitation of the outside world – a world of four dimensions, static, but dynamic as the safety, comfort, tranquility and isolation are the features in this hotel of micro bubbles. Ideal for areas with large concentrations of people such as airports, seaports, events, resorts, fairs, where mobility is necesaria.Dirigido passengers in transit, airports, safaris, macro events with no time to travel to the nearest hotel. The bubbles are small luxury rooms with a bathroom and bedroom, offering a new kind of comfort, high technology, reduction to the essentials, and low cost.
On August - 3 - 2010 ADD COMMENTS
The Shatyr Khan Center is defined as the largest tensile structure of the world. Designed by Foster Partners in Kazakhstan is characterized not only by its size and high-tech with which it was built but also by careful sustainable design: both are aspects that Foster’s architecture has been developed in recent years repeatedly. Read the rest of this entry »