SPINE RESIDENCE by STUDIO COHESION / MALEK ALQADI

— The Spine Residence is an exploration of design by developing moments of intrigue within and around the programmatic requirements of home, developing space and volume with seamless connections which thrust you into specific spaces, views and experiences. The approach allows for architectural intrigue while assuring the functional use of various programs throughout the residence.… Continue reading SPINE RESIDENCE by STUDIO COHESION / MALEK ALQADI

RIBA unveils third round of House of the Year shortlisted candidates

In an update to the first two rounds of its House of the Year shortlist candidates, the Royal Institute of British Architects has released two of its final three projects which will now vie for the top spot when the award is announced in January. The latest round includes projects in South Devon and the… Continue reading RIBA unveils third round of House of the Year shortlisted candidates

Modular Pavilions for the 11th Momentum Biennale by S-AR by S-AR

S-AR has developed a project of three temporary wooden structures for HOUSE OF COMMONS. These pavilions are respectfully placed in the natural landscapes at Alby and in the Alby Park on the island of Jeløya. Produced from local wood and recycled materials, they are designed to avoid causing any permanent damage. Each will be used… Continue reading Modular Pavilions for the 11th Momentum Biennale by S-AR by S-AR

The Grand LA launches new Gehry-designed luxury tower in Downtown LA

As part of the architect’s “long-lived dream of revitalizing Downtown LA’s Grand Avenue corridor,” Frank Gehry and Related Companies have announced the next iteration of their co-design for a one-of-a-kind luxury residential complex beset amongst the city’s civic and cultural core. Billed as a “paradigm-shifting residential center” to pair The Grand LA, a massive new shopping center… Continue reading The Grand LA launches new Gehry-designed luxury tower in Downtown LA

Casa Escondida by Studiohuerta

Located off the desert coast of Los Cabos, Casa Escondida is a project of multiplicities. Mediating between complex and competing demands imposed by climate, program, and neighborhood regulations, the design overlays strategies of disguise and duality to construct the concept of a house within a house. The discreet exterior displays a compliant structure, conforming to… Continue reading Casa Escondida by Studiohuerta

Center for Postgraduate Studies, Cetys University by Studiohuerta

The Center for Postgraduate Studies establishes a new academic and social center at Cetys University’s flagship Mexicali campus, embodying the vision of an institution dedicated to shaping a new culture for expanding and sharing knowledge throughout Baja California. Located in the arid climate of the Sonoran Desert, along the San Andreas fault line, the building… Continue reading Center for Postgraduate Studies, Cetys University by Studiohuerta

BUCKTOWN BLACK BOX – 3-flat Deconversion with Addition by 34-TEN

34-TEN was approached by a family that purchased an 1890s-era 3-flat building on one of Bucktown’s infamous short lots (measuring just 24’ wide by 100’ long) to design a home for their growing family. The challenge for the design team was to deconvert the existing 3-flat into a single-family dwelling in a manner conducive to… Continue reading BUCKTOWN BLACK BOX – 3-flat Deconversion with Addition by 34-TEN

Kingsbury Commons at Pease Park by Clayton Korte

Known as Austin’s first park, this 84-acre public green space has a rich history spanning from ancestral native civilizations to the city’s founding mothers and fathers; its popularity endures with Austinites today. The first phase of the park’s rehabilitation, preservation, and enhancement, completed in collaboration with Ten Eyck Landscape Architects and Mell Lawrence Architects, affects… Continue reading Kingsbury Commons at Pease Park by Clayton Korte