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Estación de Policía Belén / EDU
Arquitectos: Empresa de Desarrollo Urbano EDU – Medellin ( Arq. John Octavio Ortiz, Arq. Carlos Mario Rodriguez)
Ubicación: Carrera 73 con calle 14, Comuna 16 Belén, Medellin, Colombia






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Recycled Pallet Pavilion / Avatar Architettura
By: Lidija Grozdanic | March - 1 - 2012

Avatar Architettura is a multi-disciplinary Italian office for architecture and industrial design founded in 2001 by Nicola Santini and Pier Paolo Taddei. The office research is oriented towards the identification of design strategies which privilege ecology, flexible systems, biodiversity and recycled materials in urban context. Their Recycled Pallet Pavilion is a temporary structure acting as a versatile art space. It can host different kinds of events and offers space for a wide diversity of production forms.






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Conversion of Mies van der Rohe Gas Station / Les Architectes FABG

Architects: Les Architectes FABG – Éric Gauthier
Location: 201 rue Berlioz, Verdun, Québec, Canada




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^^^ It's too bad we couldn't have had Mies just design every building that we build. Everything he did was just slick. Man really had the Midas touch of architecture.
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some heavy shutters... but they look cool

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By Al Hilal on Friday, March 9, 2012

In reality, ecological strategies often generate an over-production of materials, becoming energy-vores and clients of factories, the polluters of the world. The real ecological combat is within the reappropriation of materials and experimentations with ready-made objects, far from the so-called benevolence of subsidized agencies. The student housing on rue Amelot is a project that inserts itself into an urban interstice: the thickness of a blind wall.

It’s within the thickness of these walls that this thin building is constructed. The urban form is a strict extension of the blind walls, which houses using the existing. No building is destroyed, and no pollution generated. The skin consists of an existing module: the wooden pallet. Held using horizontal hinges, the pallets contract towards the top, allowing privacy or large openings. The modularity of the various palettes creates varied geometries, which are based on use and constantly regenerated.




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Youth Center In Niafourang / Project Niafourang
Architects: Project Niafourang
Location: Niafourang, Senegal






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^^^ It's too bad we couldn't have had Mies just design every building that we build. Everything he did was just slick. Man really had the Midas touch of architecture.
For two years I lived in a really ugly Robert Moses era tower-in-the-park highrise that was one of three built by my university back in the late 50s. A professor told me that somewhere in the basement of the library are the original plans to those buildings, designed by none other than Mies. But, for whatever reasons, the school dismissed him and his designs. So yes, I go to an architecture school that sacked Mies van der Rohe.
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Steal the plans for me please. If you do that I'll get them built!
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Bird Watching Spot / Pedro Barrail + Marcelo Barrail + Lourdes Mendez
Architects: Pedro Barrail + Marcelo Barrail + Lourdes Mendez
Location: Asuncion, Paraguay






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AD Classics: Soreq Nuclear Research Center / Philip Johnson

American architect and Prizker Prize winner Philip Johnson – who would have turned 107 today – is well known for his contributions to 20th century architecture, from the modernist Glass House in 1949 to the post modernist AT&T building in 1984. But did you know that Johnson designed a brutalistic nuclear plant in Israel? More on this monolithic concrete structure after the break…




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Sitting Pretty: Austrian Bus Stops Get High-Design Makeover
October 15, 2013 – 06:24 PM

A tiny Austrian village has put itself on the design map by commissioning international architects to create local bus stops. The sophisticated structures are proving popular with locals.














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Production Hall Grüsch / Barkow Leibinger
Architects: Barkow Leibinger
Location: Grüsch, Switzerland




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University Boulevard Transit Shelters / PUBLIC Architecture + Communication
Architects: PUBLIC Architecture + Communication
Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada




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Wait... WHAT?!?! I just got a boner.

I don't feel like sifting through this entire thread... Has anyone posted the Jahn chiller plant at the U of C? It's really fucking sweet!
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Wait... WHAT?!?! I just got a boner.

I don't feel like sifting through this entire thread... Has anyone posted the Jahn chiller plant at the U of C? It's really fucking sweet!
Had to look it up but yeah it's been posted before. Anyway here it is again

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University of Chicago – South Campus Chiller Plant / Murphy/Jahn
Architects: Murphy Jahn
Location: Chicago, Illinois






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