Just next door to the land set aside for the 2020 Olympic Games, the first of two planned high-rise towers above the bank of the canal, captivating viewers with its clear geometry.
Innauer Matt Architekten have calmly set the »House for Julia and Björn« into the rural forest near Bregenz, Austria. It has a special feature: a delicate woven façade of wooden strips.
The American Institute of Architects and its Committee on the Environment have selected the top ten examples of sustainable architecture and ecological design projects.
The LEED Gold building provides space for all aspects of a traditional campus, with 200,000 square feet of academic space on the first seven floors and 150,000 square feet for a 600 bed student ...
Deep roof overhangs, fin walls, site plantings, and thoughtful window placement provide resilience against heat spikes, relieving high southern and hot western sun.
With this plus-energy structure, Werner Sobek has set the standard for sustainable building in an historical context.
After the failed preliminary planning for the institute’s parking lot, more room for students was required because of the two-year programs.
The stacked concrete modules comprising the student housing complex in Sant Cugat del Vallès make a perfect example of prefabricated building.
Still predominantly industrial just a few years ago, Lausanne’s Quartier du Flon now charms with its many new buildings. The architects play with the diversity of this place.
After the spatial transformation, the house is now defined not only by its view over the Rhone Valley, but also by the densely built village itself.