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What project is this???! Can't Find it!!!

ArthurArthurArthur

Saw this in some materials specifications brochure and was hypnotized..

 
Apr 22, 22 10:32 am
The_Crow

Is it Aires Mateus? 

Apr 22, 22 11:05 am  · 
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monosierra

It does look like their style but I can't find the exact project.

Apr 22, 22 11:15 am  · 
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ArthurArthurArthur

Thanks for the response, one mroe image here

Apr 22, 22 11:22 am  · 
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monosierra

Any clues about the program or location? Or even the brochure title.

Kind of reminds me of some other Iberian firms besides AM. Barozzi Veiga, Tunon, Nieto

Apr 22, 22 11:24 am  · 
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ArthurArthurArthur

I did a search on Aires Mateus that hasn't yielded the correct result either :( haha.  Thank you for the input though :)

Apr 22, 22 11:33 am  · 
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ArthurArthurArthur

I went back into designboom and archdaily to try to find something but am currently still searching... if I remember correctly it was something like a concrete construction manual or catalugue offered by a specific company and it was featured in its own spot in a designboom or archidaily article apparently in november of 2020, hahahaha... dont ask how I am aware of such random information haha

Thanks again for your guesses :) :) :)

Apr 22, 22 12:01 pm  · 
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monosierra

Ya gotta tell us if you do find out what it is!

Apr 22, 22 12:39 pm  · 
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ArthurArthurArthur

Ok, still searching :(

Apr 22, 22 1:01 pm  · 
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monosierra

I'm starting to feel this might not be an AM project because their works are so publicized by this point that a casual reverse images search should turn up the exact project. Also, that canopy is very unlike their style.

Could it be Brooks Scarpa?

Apr 22, 22 1:11 pm  · 
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dougy99

you could reverse search the image on google and see what comes up

Apr 22, 22 12:09 pm  · 
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ArthurArthurArthur

Yeah, tried it in combination with several key words, kindof crazy that google can't just find a similar image that has supposedly been published.... crazy..

Apr 22, 22 1:06 pm  · 
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ArthurArthurArthur

Oooooh, found it.  I tried to see if there were any other reverse image searching services, found this one called Yandex, and found it.

It's the Lumenart - House of light, office building by Rusan arhitektura

It won an EU Mies award - https://www.miesarch.com/work/...

Apr 22, 22 1:16 pm  · 
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monosierra

Unexpected! Congrats on finding it.

Those are some very deep poches ... Seems they used a rainscreen system from Sto.


The same image: https://www.archilovers.com/pr...

Weird Google didn't pick it up.

Apr 22, 22 1:17 pm  · 
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ArthurArthurArthur

Thanks for the help ideas :)

Apr 22, 22 1:24 pm  · 
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dougy99

Well done

Apr 22, 22 1:34 pm  · 
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ArthurArthurArthur

https://www.youtube.com/watch?...

and this...

Apr 22, 22 1:20 pm  · 
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ArthurArthurArthur

Oh the building material was clay? Not concrete hahaha


Apr 22, 22 1:21 pm  · 
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monosierra

Think it's an improved EIFS-looking rainscreen product that is actually ventilated from the back. I guess it helps realize designs with billowing skins that exude a monolithic look. Barozzi Veiga used it too.

Apr 22, 22 1:54 pm  · 
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Liberalitarian

Format here is poor, but who else should do this?


May 26, 22 6:57 pm  · 
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b3tadine[sutures]

Me.

May 26, 22 7:08 pm  · 
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