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archatlas: A House Among the Ruins Stone House by Carl Fredrik Svenstedt Architect is built on an abandoned farm overlooking the Luberon valley, a protected regional park with strict guidelines imposing traditional building materials.
archatlas: Restoration of Doria Castle in Dolceacqua The Castle situated in a dominant position overlooking the village below, is in extreme point advantage to control the Valley of the river of the Nervia Valley.
archatlas: Festival des Architectures Vives 2016 For the Festival des Architectures Vives, a team of designers from France has created a number of artistic installations in Montpellier.
archatlas: Creative Business Cards for Architects Archdaily compiled some examples of cards that can serve as inspiration for architects, engineers, designers, landscapers and urbanists.
archatlas: Steampunk Bowling Alley During the midst of prohibition, the original Highland Park Bowl first opened in 1927.
archatlas: Vessels In the words of the artist Stuart Cairns: I’ve recently returned to looking at vessel forms – simple shapes in folded forms of sheet metal.
archatlas: IN BOX capsule hotel
archatlas: Navigating Chile’s Marble Caves Chris Hillary turned his back on advertising after a decade of creative frustration and late nights eating Vietnamese food at his desk.
archatlas: A Length of Books The Long Brick House by Foldes Architects was initiated by an intellectual couple, with a clear starting point, as highlighted to architects Laszlo Foldes and Peter Sonicz: “We own a length of books something like 100 meters”.
archatlas: The Titanic Stanley Tigerman’s conceptual collage depicts Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s iconic Crown Hall for the Illinois Institute of Technology—which houses the School of Architecture—sinking into Lake Michigan.
archatlas: The Ethics of Dust Jorge Otero-Pailos: The Ethics of Dust series captures the dust and dirt of centuries of history on a latex cast. On the face of it the project is nothing more than the residue from stone restoration.
Welcome to the World According to Alvar: archatlas: Noted for his humanistic approach to modernism, fuss-free functionality and fashion-resistant practicality, Aalto is one of the greatest names in modern architecture and quintessentially Finnish at that.
archatlas: Remembering the Walker Guest House Walker Guest House by Paul Rudolph is built of dimensional lumber, it is a product of practicality- at the time of construction, all material deliveries to Sanibel Island needed to arrive by boat making ready-made elements and simple construction financially preferable.
archatlas: Modern Architecture Captured in the Paintings of Jens Hausmann Jens Hausmann reflects modernism in the catacombs of world-denial protected by power.
archatlas: Good Hotel Design on a TIght Budget Hostal Ritoque by Gabriel Rudolphy & Alejandro Soffia is a design with the philosophy that good design should not be exclusive to luxury and is not dependent on cost. In our society we customarily perceive architecture as a luxury, understanding luxury as something valuable and at the same time scarce.
archatlas: Olympic Rings INspired Bridged in China Penda has designed a prestressed double-helix bridge spanning China’s Gui River that will become an integral part of the infrastructure system for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Aogashima Volcano: archatlas: Aogashima is a small, tropical volcanic island in the Philippine Sea, under the administration of Tokyo despite being located some 358 kilometers away from the country’s capital.
archatlas: A Stadium for Retail Set in the heart of the Guangzhou’s Central Business District, Parc Central by Benoy opened in 2016 as China’s new ‘Stadium for retail’.
archatlas: The Art of Ian Fisher The woks of Ian Fisher, Canadian-born 30-year-old painter, are focused exclusively on the representation of blue – and all the shades of colors that the clouds are changing in their lives.