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Antoine Predock - Robert Hoag Rawlings Public Library Print E-mail
Monday, 28 July 2008 02:10

RHRPL2.jpg Located in Southern Colorado, Pueblo is sited at the foot of the Wet Mountains where the Great Plains meet the Rockies. Pueblo is both a geographical and cultural crossroads. Native nomadic cultures gathered at the confluence of the Fountain and Arkansas Rivers living off of the rivers and the grazing buffaloes. Later farmers and ranchers settled the plains with domesticated livestock.

In addition to the natural geography, Pueblo was also influenced by the railroad. A major north/south line crosses a major east/west railroad line, bringing industry to Pueblo, and resulting in a culturally diverse population. Pueblo’s steel and brick industry brought migrant workers to the community adding to its demographic diversity.

Text courtesy of Antoine Predock Architect PC. All photographs courtesy of Timothy Hursley, Photographer

Last Updated on Saturday, 21 November 2009 08:55
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Fougeron Architecture - Jackson Family Retreat in Big Sur, California Print E-mail
Monday, 07 July 2008 00:25

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Located in the Big Sur area of Northern California, this 2,500 square foot 2 bedroom house was built for a family to enjoy together on the weekends and holidays.




It is a modernist structure that sits lightly on the land, acknowledging the ecologically fragile nature of the site.

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 July 2009 10:04
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K2S - ENTER Sipoo upper secondary school and IT college Print E-mail
Tuesday, 01 July 2008 19:00

A new school has just been inaugurated in the town of Sipoo, close to Helsinki, Finland. The building was designed by K2S Architects Ltd, who had won the design competition in 2004.
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All photographs are courtesy of Marko Huttunen photographer.

Last Updated on Sunday, 22 November 2009 17:02
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Paul Andreu - Osaka Maritme Museum Print E-mail
Sunday, 29 June 2008 19:00

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The project is located inside the dam of the Osaka port, where hundreds of ships pass through daily. Some important buildings such as the A.T.C. (Asian Trading Center) , W.T.C. (World Trading Center) and Birds Sanctuary are located around the site.


In December 1997, a tunnel under the sea for both cars and subway trains was inaugurated, aiming to link this area to Osaka’s City center. This project is considered as the last developments in that area.


The architect created a 30,000m2 basin on which he erected a magnificent sphere 70 meters in diameter made of glass and steel, designed to be perceived as floating on water.

 

 

Last Updated on Monday, 23 November 2009 16:35
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Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects - Wabi Sabi House Print E-mail
Thursday, 26 June 2008 05:48

Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects (OSKA) have designed the Wabi Sabi house in Houston, Texas for developer Carol Isaak Barden + Company. The house represents a singular commingling of Eastern and Western aesthetics and the sensual use of natural materials. Rick Sundberg was the lead architect on the project, his first in Texas.
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“It was exciting to work in a city like Houston,” says Rick Sundberg. “The climate is so different from ours, and it raises unique challenges. Working on a spec house has its own challenges – creating a home that can accommodate a wide range of lifestyles and families; from active young families to empty-nesters.”

 

Last Updated on Monday, 23 November 2009 15:10
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Trahan Architects - Holy Rosary Church Complex Print E-mail
Friday, 20 June 2008 03:08

Trahan Architects wanted to relay the spiritual atmosphere of the church complex through its architecture. The project is an honest exploration of form, function, natural light and materials, providing an engaging and profound study in sacred space.

The oratory is the focal point of its rural Roman Catholic campus, predominant by its unique placement and floating within the sacred precinct of a courtyard space.

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Photographs courtesy of Timothy Hursley

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Ofis Arhitekti - RING Football Stadium Print E-mail
Wednesday, 18 June 2008 02:53

Located in the center of Maribor, second largest city in Slovenia, OFIS arhitekti's recently completed project involved the transformation of an existing sport field into a football (soccer for us in North America) stadium that can host 12,500 spectators and all the related functions.

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Last Updated on Friday, 18 December 2009 08:19
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Sami Rintala - Boxhome Print E-mail
Written by Camille Chami   
Tuesday, 17 June 2008 01:19

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Sami Rintala designed a box while thinking outside the box, In his quest to develop a low-cost, energy efficient residence, he came out with a solution that bears an interesting spatial composition.

This dwelling has 19m2 (200sqft) of living space, subdivided in four rooms that are covering the basic functions of the house and distributed at different levels. They include a kitchen with dining, bathroom, living room and bedroom.



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Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 November 2009 16:17
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