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st benedikt kapelle
kunze + seeholzer
Shack at Hinkle Farm
(as seen in AR)...
...great sources on innovative designs evolving from spatially, economically and/or programmatic constraints.
anyone been watching this one take shape in the image gallery?:
looks nice. is it by one of us archinectors? or someone one of us knows? anyone?
Parish HouseRonan & Erwan Bouroullec
mountain cabin, praz-de-fort
archery pavilion, sydneyken latona
bay of fires visitor centre, tazmaniashigeru banmarin + trottin architectes
matsudai small towerstudio granda
car park, kringlan
Vatnsendaveg footbridge sutherland hussey
an turas, tireeallison brooks
vxo housescott tallon walker architects
tulach a'tsolais - memorialnext ENTERprise
pool, wienMarkus Pernthaler
bell tower, Seetaleralpestudio for
chatam sofer memorial
garden pavilion, montjuic, barcelonabevk perovic arhitekti
addition, ljubljanabak architects
garden pavilion, montjuic, barcelonacoast office architekten
t bone houseFernlund + Logan architects
Sag Harbor Studio
Casa en Ranón
Rucksack HausWilhelm Koch
studioHeikkinen & Komonen
Sauna Simons, MölandetClaudio Labarca y Juan Ignacio López
consulta cuboIván Bravo
Ecopellets S.A.dRN Arquitectos
SkiBox PortilloPromontorio Architecture
aquarium H Aarquitectes
Casa 108 Rahel Belatchew Lerdell
holz, you're out of control....but we're reaping the benefit so, um, carry on!
that eberstadt project is remarkably similar to one i did in undergrad, except that my little box was hung from a parapet instead of sticking out of the wall itself, meant to be a sort of parasitic building for a voyeur-type. cool to see something so similar as an actual construction.
what i like about the projects you've been posting is the variety. i'm not one to criticize the cool refined modern box projects (several of which we've seen on the 'name that...' thread), but they do start to run together. here you've posted such a range of forms and approaches to texture and materiality that it's much more exciting.
studio granda: always a favorite.
when are you going to have a blog, by the way. get these things out there. i'd also love to hear what you'd say about them because you've obviously got a discerning eye.
Wow i really love that car park-mailny because usually they suck and that pool is pretty!
Also, regarding the RuckHaus...Doesn't it have furniture that folds out from the walls. I thnk you can see the outline of the table etc on the wall.?
are you familiar w/ this project?
Kortknie Stuhlmacher Architecten
no clue on the website, i've been pulling 55+ hour weeks and working a comp for a while now with no end in sight, but i'm on it.... as soon as i learn flash...
and the eye might be discerning, but the ability to detail as such still lacks
i love the ruckhaus, and yes, the furniture folds into the wall for great effect. i'm not digging the latent swastika on the outermost facade, however...
yeah, holz. i know the rotterdam project, saw it when i visited and also loved that it had the same 'parasite' connection. i think i saw that it's been taken down now?
anyway, i love this:
(from the image gallery)
a treekiller project:
built in williamsburg 2002
2@6' 4x12 construction grade (sigh, my memory fails me for the species)
2@2' L1 1/2"x1/8"
4@6" rubber tread steel swivel casters
24@2" lag screws
lots of sand paper
tung oil finish
currently used as my bed frame by swapping out the Ls with 4' L2"x1/8"pieces
i can't believe i hadn't posted this yet... one of the more interesting projects i foud when i was wandering around zurich several years ago...fuhrimann_haechler
kiosk am hafen riesbach
<b>Baumann Roserens Architekten<b/>
kiosk/tram stop @ limmatplatz
that canopy opening for the tree made my day.
<b>Detlef Schulz <b/>
and the kicker for me is the zumthor-esque floorplan...
renovation, minusio (CH)Löser-Architekten
White TempleChristensen & Co Arkitekter
summer house in asserbo
is that a rais? and this plan is way overplayed, but i still love it.
Kiosk im BregenzArchArt
Friedhof erweiterung Arbing (AT)Stoffel Schneider Architekten
Friedhofsanlage in Steckborn(CH)archigaurds
restaurant, porto sant’elpidio romi khosla
castro cafe, new delhi
meditation pavilion, khartoum
arnaldo mondadori editore mensa, veronamount fuji architecture studio
atelier for an artist ($16,000)
muziekbox bastiaens, riemst
casa el serrat
the mt fuji studio i love.
the muziekbox starts to be a caricature of the minimal wood box type.
man, this is fun. i don't know how you have the time to absorb all this stuff, holz. hope you keep an archive in higher res of everything. you're on your way to a barnes & noble coffee table book: 'small projects'! ; )
silent pavilion (in progress)
wow, yeah. this thread is already enough for a book.
very nice holz.
watershed (writing studio for the architect's mother)
bathing hutHut Architecture
hut on a roof
I keep telling people that architecture is alive and well. These are the examples. . .
Wish I had kept in touch with this thread -- looks like I missed a lot of pics. But who can complain about quantity. . .!
if anything, i don't know enough (small projects) so anytime i find one, i feel i have to share it.
anyway, i feel like this is a great time to be an architect (outside of the looming recession - impending doom impending doom!) especially with what is going on overseas. the number of outstanding architects humbles me daily.
holz.box, do you have these pictures ordered on architect?
ordered on architect?!?
hmmm ok typo sorry.... what I tried to say: do you have all these pictures categorized / downloaded on your computer?
oh. yes, i have a pretty extensive image library, with these projects holding a special place. i'd love to work on a book at some point. but i'm not really experienced with that, don't know where to start and am probably too opinionated to be a decent author.
more images here
still throws me off to see my garden shed project tossed into this mix...
anyways I just stumbled across this one at the IaaC blog
House of Dance and Feathers, Lower 9th Ward, NOLA:
University of Kansas's Community Garden Pavilion, NOLA:
I don't have any good pictures of it in my Flickr, but Tulane's Prototype 1 House in NOLA is nice as well, I'll try to grab some nice shots next month when I'm down there