24h architecture competition news – Mythology design contest won by team from Mumbai, India. Objective: design a Temple for the Olympus Gods.
A new research project seeks to develop a tool to identify and reduce carbon in the construction supply chain: a collaboration between the University of Edinburgh Business School and Costain Group, funded by the Construction Climate Challenge.
A 113 sqm vertical garden in new restaurant/gallery/concert venue next to the river in Belem, Lisbon. It wraps around the kitchen inserted into this renovated 1940s pavilion. Several windows cuts through the plant surface.
Design: Richard Meier & Partners
Prominently positioned building adjacent to the site of the 2020 Olympic Village the development is the first residential project in Japan by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Meier.
Design: spatial practice, architects
A simple building design: the horizontal band defines the uninterrupted view of the park, mountain, and sea; while also performing as a sustainable shading element to reduce heat gain.
Design: Contaminar Arquitectos
The shape of the house stretches on the ground, unfolding from a wall that supports three volumes. Each one has a different scale, offering a different experience, resulting in a dynamic and playful composition.
Design: Contramark and Knob Modern
Located in the Coronado Historic District of Downtown Phoenix, the house was formerly a rental duplex built in 1935 that was converted into a single family dwelling with a modern addition.
Design: Shaun Lockyer Architects
A contemporary design responding to a character vernacular in a quiet suburban street in inner-city Brisbane. The house is designed around three courtyards, offering a plan that transparently connects the indoor and outdoor living spaces.
Design: Chevallier Architectes
This cottage was originally a summer residence, like many others in Chamonix, and was therefore not insulated for winter use. No upgrades had been done since its construction approximately 70 years ago.
Design: Dekleva Gregoric Architects
The business community today operates dynamically, impulsively and diversely. Office environments must respond to the constant changes in working groups’ organizations, to their processes and needs for personal comfort and technology development.