Fuente: Europaconcorsi Fotografía: SCHWARZ | ARCHITEKTURFOTOGRAFIE The municipality of Borsele in the Dutch province of Zeeland was founded in 1970 by the merging of 13 villages. Heinkenszand was assigned centre of this newly formed administrative unit and a new town hall was built for the 25.000 inhabitants. More then 30 years after the opening, the building was in need of rehabilitation. On the one hand, the f
Fuente: Europaconcorsi Fotografía: Sebastian van Damme, Bart Gosselin, Aerophoto Schiphol – Marco van Middelkoop This design is prompted by the desire for a better integration of all the teaching facilities connected with the Medical Centre. The Medical Centre thereby hopes to optimise the synergy between the departments, their staff and their expertise. This ambition calls for a new building that matches
| Antonio Zamora Guillén | 2014 | PFG | ETSAE (Murcia) | Profesores: José María López / Ricardo Carcelén / Edith Aroca El proyecto se desarrolla en el Monasterio de San Ginés de la Jara, que data del siglo XIII y está situado en la Región de Murcia, junto a la autovía MU-312 que une Cartagena y La Manga, en pleno Campo de Cartagena. El motivo de la elección de este lugar es porque se considera un foco de oportun
Fuente: Neutelings Riedijk Architects, Archdaily Fotografía: scagliolabrakkee This cultural building is organized as a public route that meanders up from the narrow streets of the medieval city center of Arnhem. The cultural activities enroll along this public cascade: library, reading rooms, music classes, art studio’s, study areas, exposition spaces, auditorium, cafeteria and bookshop. A giant bookcase forms t
Fuente: Archinect, Archdaily Fotografía: Jan Bitter V’ House was constructed for a couple that collects vintage cars, and is stitched within the medieval tapestry of Maastricht. The city dictates all new structures remain within the envelope of pre-existing buildings, and so a cut was created in the house’s front façade to generate a triangulated surface, which leads from one neighbor’s sloped roof to the opposi
Less than half an hour’s drive west from Paris’ city center, designed as an extension of a private residence to an 18th-century structure, sought to provide every family member with a private realm. The roughly 5000 m2 plot of old trees called for a project (616 / 926 m2 gross area) that would leave the spacious ground predominantly untouched to ensure a minimal impact on the mature landscape.