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  • Shenzhen Mingde Academy / O-office Architects
    by 罗靖琳 - Jinglin Luo on March 31, 2020 at 6:00 AM

    Mingde Academy is in the sense of the current education system an experimental school, which was transformed from the original Honghua Dyeing Mill, an early example of industrialization of Shenzhen, China. Covering 8 hectares, the original factory is hidden in the valley of the Shenzhen's east coast. Since the excavation of industries, the buildings in site have demonstrated a purified, unique architectural aesthetic with the passage of time.

  • The Czech Republic Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai Reveals Desert Cultivation Technologies
    by Christele Harrouk on March 31, 2020 at 5:30 AM

    Located in the sustainability zone of EXPO 2020 Dubai, the Czech pavilion, designed by Formosa AA, is an invitation for discovery. Raising questions concerning desert cultivation, it integrates and exposes the S.A.W.E.R. system cultivation plant. Visible technologies form the main formal and visual components of the pavilion.

  • Indonesian Architect Ahmad Djuhara Dies at 54
    by Eric Baldwin on March 31, 2020 at 5:00 AM

    Chairman of the Indonesian Architects Association (IAI) Ahmad Djuhara died at the Infection Disease Hospital (RSPI) Sulianti Saroso last Friday afternoon. The news was posted by the IAI, though no cause of death has been confirmed. Djuhara founded the architectural firm Djuhara + Djuhara together with his wife, architect Wendy Djuhara, and was a major voice for architecture and design throughout Indonesia.

  • Learning by Doing: Hand-on Projects
    by Rene Submissions on March 31, 2020 at 4:30 AM

    In a world marked by urbanization, the digital revolution, and climate change, traditional approaches to real estate are not enough. To respond to this context, students in the Master in Real Estate Development at the IE School of Architecture and Design are encouraged to go beyond traditional practices and think outside the box.

  • The World's Answer to the Lack of Medical Facilities: Temporary and Convertible Hospitals
    by Belén Maiztegui on March 31, 2020 at 4:00 AM

    Just 2 months ago, the city of Wuhan, China announced the construction of Wuhan Huoshenshan Hospital, adding 1,000 beds, 30 ICUs, and new isolation wards to the city's medical arsenal to combat the Coronavirus epidemic. The building was completed in under 10 days by a team of 7,000 construction workers, a far cry from the reality many countries are facing as they scramble to quell the outbreak and wrestle with the shortcomings of their own healthcare systems. With over 14,000 dead and more than 300,000 infected worldwide, not to mention a shortage of medical supplies and facilities, health systems across the globe are feeling the strain of preparing for a crisis.

  • House and Office in Hofu / Tato Architects
    by Hana Abdel on March 31, 2020 at 3:00 AM

    “House and Office in Hofu” is a renovation project of a 40-year-old building. The steel-frame structured building was remodeled to include various spaces such as living, office, warehouse, shop and more. The client for this project is the owner of a brewery founded in 1865. Apart from the traditional products soy and miso, the company also work on developing new products using the old techniques refined through the brewery’s history.

  • Frame House / NOMO STUDIO
    by Clara Ott on March 31, 2020 at 2:00 AM

    The plot is located on the northeast coast of Minorca, Spain, inside the urbanization of Coves Noves with a magnificent view over the sea. The steep inclination of the plot together with the site regulations made the positioning of the house very limited. In order to avoid the house in front blocking the views, the house was pushed back to the highest point of the plot and the main entrance was located on the first floor. To further guarantee this clear view, the traditional program was flipped so that the dayarea is located on the first floor and the bedrooms on the groundfloor. Only the master bedroom can be found on the top floor, responding to the clients request to have a summer house easy to open and close for short weekend stays where maybe only the couple lives there. In this way, the house can be understood as a single level loft with an extension for their children and guests below.

  • Timber Framed Barn Residence & Meeting Space / Leupold Brown Goldbach Architekten
    by Paula Pintos on March 31, 2020 at 1:00 AM

    This project is the result of reviving a 1773 barn built of hundreds of timber elements that had been disassembled, stacked, and stored for over 40 years. This painstaking process required tremendous courage and exquisite craftsmanship from the timber framers whom rebuild it.

  • Jinlin Royal Park / Do Design Group
    by 罗靖琳 - Jinglin Luo on March 31, 2020 at 12:00 AM

    Nanjing enjoys a special status in Chinese traditional culture, as it is the “capital of the six dynasties” in history. Therefore, we must think carefully about how to make use of its rich cultural heritage and give new value of modern culture to the project and the city.

  • Houses in Wygärtli / Beck + Oser Architekten
    by Sabrina Leiva on March 30, 2020 at 11:00 PM

    The two houses “Im Wygärtli” are located in a villa garden on the southern hillside of Hofstetten. The buildings are situated across the slope and are accessed from the north on the upper floor level, which offers a beautiful view towards the first hills of the Jura Mountains. The curved shape of the roof creates its own topography, which connects the two floors and turns the location on a slope into a part of the design concept. On the inside, a single-flight staircase provides the spatial connection between the entrance hall on the upper living floor and the sleeping floor below. The dynamic and open staircase creates a strong reference between the two floors. It also allows daylight into the translucent bathroom cubes - which are built out of glass blocks and divide and structure the lower floor.

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