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در دل منطقه روستایی ساخته شده و متناسب با کاربریش خیلی خوب از متریال های طبیعی استفاده کرده. نمادپردازی معقول و متناسب کاربری ش داره  و مهم اینه که برای رسیدن به چنین کار خوب و متناسبی چیزی خارج از عرف مکان و کاربری ش انجام نداده.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

It may look like a giant bird’s nest but this stick-covered dome is actually a horse-riding arena in the Czech Republic.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

Designed by Prague studio SGL Projekt, the Stork Nest Farm is located on the site of a former farmstead and distillery that now accommodates hotel, conference and leisure facilities.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

The Stork Nest Farm was both inspired by and named after storks that resided in the roof of the distillery long after it fell into disuse.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

An eight-metre-wide skylight at the roof’s peak lets natural daylight down into the centre of the timber-framed building, while concrete-framed entrances lead visitors inside.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

Last year we also published a bird’s nest-like hotel in the trees – take a look here.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

Photography is by Jaroslav Malý, apart from where otherwise stated.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

Above: photograph is by Farma Čapí hnízdo a.s.

Here’s some more text from SGL Projekt:


The Stork Nest Farm, Semtín, Czech Republic

In 2006 we were asked to design the revitalization of a farmstead for congress, company presentation, holding of corporate events and leisure activities.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

For this purpose our client bought 19th century farmstead located at a large pound. The farmstead included a distillery with it’s chimney. From 1926 there have lived storks on the chimney. It became the main reason for buying this farm.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

The farm is located 50 kilometers to the south from Prague. The surrounding landscape reminds piedmont area with large forest complexes, vast meadows, wetlands and a great network of ponds.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

Since the end of the 80′s from the 20th century the farm has been abandoned and the buildings quickly decayed.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

Above: photograph is by Farma Čapí hnízdo a.s.

The only solitary residents who remained were the storks on the distillery’s chimney. The Stork’s Nest became a symbol for us, which affected the conception of the riding arena and thinking about all the objects of this project.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

It wasn’t a formal symbol for us. We were fascinated by stork’s fidelity. Almost 90 years generations of storks are returning from Africa to the farm and we tried to design the farm in order to bring back people here again.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

These birds also fascinated us by their endurance in building their nest. After decades They construct still the same, no doubt about the shape and material, still in the same place and with no desire for originality, which bother all architects and builders nowadays. Storks don‘t look for exceptional places. They don‘t want to distinguish themselves and compete with others. Storks became a symbol for us in the approach to construction. Our design of the farm was led in humility to these bird architects.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

The old farmstead consisted of an enclosed yard of an almost square ground plan and addition of a piggery. The yard contained two dwelling houses, a distillery, a barn and a stable. Valuable objects were preserved and buildings of poor quality we demolished and replaced by new ones.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

The residential yard consist of a reception, a hotel, conference hall, restaurant, pool and bowling and house with private garden for VIP guests. Beside this residental yard we have built another new yard for the animals.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

In this section we have placed a circular riding arena in the shape of a stork nest. It has an external diameter of 34 meters and height of 12,5 meters. The building is used for riding or for a variety of presentations, cultural and social events. Riding arena is located near the stables, and is directly connected to restaurant. The supporting structure is made of glulam timber beams. The external cladding is made of translucent polycarbonate. The oak logs, give the structure an expresive appearance and also provide shading. They were fixed to the building at the total amount of 200 tons at the length of 7, 9 and 11 meters.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

At the top of the building there is a central sky-light with a diameter of 8 meters. It serves for intensive ventilation of the internal space by natural air flow. The natural ventilation of the arena provides a good climate.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

The arena´s riding surface is made of sand with capillary irrigation for equestrian sport. It can be covered with plywood boards during other sorts of events. The riding area is surrounded by a protective barrier and a stand for approximately 200 people. There is VIP stand upstairs.

Stork Nest Farm by SGL Projekt

The Stork nest farm was completed in 2010. The riding arena became a landmark in the area of the farm and an element which attracts attention in wide neighbourhood. Later, our firm designed the center for protection of fauna to the farm and recently a large rectangular riding arena.

Location: Dvůr Semtín, Olbramovice, Czech Republic
GPS: 49°41’04.71″N, 14°39’05.51″E
Date completed: 03/2010
Lead architect: SGL Projekt s.r.o.
Ak. arch. Jiří javůrek
Ing. arch. Jaroslav Malý
Ing. arch. Irena Kozáková
Ing. arch. Jan Bouček
Ing. arch. Jakub Žák

Client / Developer: Farma Čapí hnízdo, a.s.

Civil Engineer: Ing. Jiří Starý, Starý a partner s.r.o.
Environmental Engineer: Ing. Miroslav Kučera
Lighting Consultant: Ing. Michal Kozak, Etna Guzzini s.r.o.
Structural Engineer: Němec Polák s.r.o.
General supplier: BAK a.s.


منبع : یانون


مبلمان درخشنده

دوشنبه 24 بهمن 1390 10:57 ب.ظ
طبقه بندی:دکوراسیون داخلی، طراحی، طراحی صنعتی، 

یه سری مبلمانی که دردل تاریکی می درخشند. برای مثلا پارک‌های بزرگ و یا جاهایی که نمی صرفه روشن نگهشون داشت اما نیازه به شاخص‌هایی که ترس رو از فضا بگیرن فکر کنم ایده های این چنین بد نباشه. مثلا تو دل پارک‌های بزرگ تهران نیمه شب‌ها گاهی حس می کنی این جا برای خیلی ناهنجاری ها مناسبه و در نتیجه برای استفاده های درست نمی شه روش حساب کرد؛ از طرفی هم نمی شه یه پارک رو روشن نگه داشت به خیال این که مثلا جلوگیری کرد از ناهنجاری ها و ایمنی داد به فضا.

این طور مبلمان ها، اگه برای فضای خارجی طراحی و ساخته بشن خوب چیزهایی می تونن باشن.

During the day, these 14 furniture and home decor items like lounge chairs, sideboards, bathroom countertops, tiles and wallpaper look fairly ordinary (though beautifully designed). But when the lights go out, they reveal their versatility, lighting up with built-in LED lights or glowing from within.

Full Moon Sideboard


(images via: yanko design)

Not only does this gorgeous sideboard feature a stunning digital image of the moon over three-quarters of its surfaces, but it was also treated with glow-in-the-dark paint and ecologically friendly dark blue paint to create a heavenly effect at night. The sideboard was designed by Sotirios Papadopaulos for ENNEZERO and displayed in Milan in 2008.

Bright Woods with Embedded Glow-in-the-Dark Stripes


(images via: gruppo avanzini)

Rounded wooden furniture that can act as ottomans, stools or coffee tables, ‘Bright Woods‘ from Gruppo Avanzini includes stripes of various types of wood in between glow-in-the-dark resin.

LED Light Pots for the Garden


(images via: rotoluxe)

Why install extra lighting in your garden when your potted plants could glow? These pot lights from Rotoluxe come in various shapes and sizes including printed varieties, and include lighting elements that shine from within their transparent bodies.

Transparent Glowing Bathroom Counters


(images via: mastro fiore)

The soft illumination given off by these glowing countertops makes night lights in the bathroom a thing of the past. Italian company Masto Fiore hand-crafts these beautiful countertops from natural alabaster stone with integrated illumination. Pair them with translucent glass sink vessels and you’ve got quite a magical effect.

Light-Emitting Wallpaper


(images via: jonas samson)

It’s wallpaper that lights up! Designed by Jonas Samson, this light-emitting wallpaper is unfortunately just a prototype and not for sale, but it’s an intriguing concept.

Lounge that Glows at Night


(images via: solpuri)

By day, the Lagoon daybed by Solpuri is a comfortable and very chic place to relax, accommodating two and offering a removable shade. By night, the translucent base of the lounger lights up from inside.

Glowing Textiles by Kathy Schicker


(images via: kathy schicker)

Designer Kathy Schicker calls our attention to something we never realized that we needed: glow-in-the-dark textiles. Offering a range of prints, Schicker’s collection looks like ordinary fabric during the day but starts to glow when the lights go out.

Light-Up Outdoor Bar


(images via: vondom)

Furniture maker Vondom offers up yet another futuristic glow-in-the-dark offering in the form of a lighted outdoor bar. The Fiesta bar comes in curved and straight sections so you can adjust it to the size and shape you want, and is fitted with LED lights in your choice of colors.

Gumball Modern Garden Furniture


(images via: plust)

The unusual rounded shapes of this garden collection by Plust are enough to make it stand out, living up to its name ‘Gumball’ with candy-bright colors. But what sets this collection apart even more is – you guessed it – the capability to glow in the dark.

Via Lattea Furniture by Meritalia


(images via: meritalia)

Inhabitat likened this unusual furniture line to ‘ a collection of homemade marshmallows’, and it’s easy to see why. The chairs and couches of the Via Lattea collection, designed by Mario Bellini for Meritalia, are made of steel mesh covered with recycled fiber sacks that were once used to transport grain, stones and sugar. The sacs are filled with air and include LED lights

Lucedentro Glowing Tiles


(images via: lucedentro)

An Italian company specializing in photoluminescence has produced these incredible glowing tiles, which can be used to create a bathtub as pictured, an artistic mosaic or even to cover entire surfaces like floors and wall tiles. When the lights go out, the photoluminescence materials glow in a range of colors.

Ergonomic Lounge Chair Lantern


(image via: vondom)

Who doesn’t love a good dual-purpose piece of furniture? Vondom offers another modern outdoor lounge chair that is beautiful enough during the day, but turns into a lantern of sorts when the sun sets. The materials used to make it are 100% recyclable, and they can withstand extreme weather conditions, making it a durable and eco-friendly choice.

Vondom Pillow Patio Furniture


(images via: vondom)

Patio furniture doesn’t get much more inviting – in a space-age sort of way – than this. Shaped like comfy pillows, this collection designed by Stefano Giovannoni for Vondom is made of the same material as the lantern/lounge chair and comes in a range of shapes including bucket-like side tables that make perfect coolers.

Floating Sphere Lights for Indoors or Out


(images via: slide design)

Throw them in the pool, toss them on the lawn or just position them through your house. The Aqua Globo by Slide Design looks equally cool indoors and out, providing visual interest and a soft glow


منبع : یانون


Stacking Green / Vo Trong Nghia

© Hiroyuki Oki

Architects: Vo Trong Nghia
Location: Saigon, 
Project team: Daisuke Sanuki, Shunri Nishizawa
Photographers: Hiroyuki Oki
   


© Hiroyuki Oki

Whoever wanders around Saigon, a chaotic city with the highest density of population in the world, can easily find flower-pots crampped and displayed here and there all around the streets. This interesting custom has formed the amused character of Saigon over a long period of time and Saigonese love their life with a large variety of tropical plants and flowers in their balconies, courtyards and streets.


© Hiroyuki Oki

The house, designed for a thirty-years-old couple and their mother, is a typical tube house constructed on the plot 4m wide and 20m deep. The front and back façades are entirely composed of layers of concrete planters cantilevered from two side walls.


© Hiroyuki Oki

The distance between the planters and the height of the planters are adjusted according to the height of the plants, which varies from 25 cm to 40 cm. To water plants and for easy maintenance, we use the automatic irrigation pipes inside the planters. We named this tropical, unique and green house “Stacking Green” because its façades filled with vigorous and vital greenery.


© Hiroyuki Oki

The house structure is a RC frame structure widely used in Vietnam. The partition walls are very few in order to keep interior fluency and view of green façades from every point of the house. During the day we get the varying light with the time of day trimmed by the top-light in the center. In the morning and the afternoon, the sunlight enters through the amount of leafs on both façades, creating beautiful shadow effects on the granite walls, which are composed of strictly stacked 2cm stones.

© Hiroyuki Oki

The green façade and roof top garden protect its inhabitants from the direct sunlight, street noise and pollution. Furthermore, natural ventilation through the façades and 2 top-lights allow this house to save a big energy in a harsh climate in Saigon. Concerning these ecological approaches, we referred a lot to the bioclimatic principles of traditional Vietnamese courtyard house.


© Hiroyuki Oki

In this chaotic city, we defined the full variety of surrounding greenery as a context of Saigon and applied to the main concept of this house. Although the Saigon townscape is getting uniformed and boring under the influence of the furious urban sprawl of recent years, we intended this house to inspire people to re-define and re-increase the greenery as the character of this city. “Stacking Green” is just one small house, but it is generated from the context of Saigon. We hope that “Stacking Green” makes Saigon become more distinguished and fascinating with much more tropical greenery in the future.


© Hiroyuki Oki

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منبع : یانون


عظمت در عین سادگی............

واقعا قابل تقدیره این وفاداری به سنت های شرقی.


© Christian Gahl

Architects: gmp architekten
Location: Beijing, China
Design team: Gregor Hoheisel, Katrin Kanus, Ralf Sieber, Du Peng, Chun-song Dong
Project leaders: Matthias Wiegelmann mit Patrick Pfleiderer
Project team: Bao Wei, Johanna Enzinger, Anna Bulanda, Kong Jing, An-dreas Goetze, Guo Fuhui, Mulyanto, Chen Yue, Zheng Xin, Gao Hua, Xing Jiuzhou, Helga Reimund, Tobias Keyl, Christian Dorndorf, Anette Loeber, Ve-rena Fischbach, Jiang LinLin, Liu Yan, Mehrafarin Ruzbehi, Yoko Uraji, Lu Han, Xia Lin, Tian Jinghai, Uli Bachmann, Ajda Guelbahar, Iris Belle, Sabine Stage
Client: The National Museum of China
Project area: 195,000 sqm
Project year: 2005 – 2011
Photographs: Christian Gahl, Ben McMillan, gmp

 

© Christian Gahl

The reconstruction and extension of the National Museum of China in Beijing merges the former Chinese History Museum and Chinese Revolutionary Mu-seum. Originally completed in 1959 as one of ten major public buildings in Tiananmen Square in the immediate vicinity of the Forbidden City, the struc-ture is still a milestone in modern Chinese architectural history. Elements of Chinese architectural tradition blend with a western, neoclassical architectural idiom.

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Eleven international architectural firms were invited to take part in the competi-tion for the reconstruction and extension of this building, which was won by architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners in association with CABR, Beijing. In October 2004, gmp and CABR were commissioned to do the job, ahead of a field that included Foster and Partners, Kohn Peddersen Fox, OMA and Her-zog & de Meuron.

© Christian Gahl

After prolonged discussions with the client, the design scheme was revised in order to attune the new museum building harmoniously to the external look of the old building, while ensuring old and new were nonetheless distinguishable from each other. The echeloned roof typologies of the buildings in Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City were thus echoed in the new building, though differentiated in detail and material.

© Ben McMillan

In the same way, the colonnades and window styles typical of the existing building were translated into a contemporary formal idiom. The final scheme was finally confirmed in 2006, and was under construction since 2007. The reconstruction of the northern existing building was completed in summer 2009, and the completion of the whole scheme was in Spring 2011.

© Ben McMillan

The 191,900 m² National Museum is the largest museum in the world, its purpose being to act as a showcase for the history and art of one of the oldest cultures of mankind.

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منبع : یانون دیزاین


این بنای فرهنگی با وجود اون که ساختاری امروزی داره ولی با ساختمون های سنتی حواشی و منطقه‌ش خوب کنار هم نشستند.



‘wright conversion’ by elmo swart architects in durban, south africa

all images courtesy elmo swart architects’wright conversion’ by south african architects elmo swart architects is an expansion project to a three-bedroom thatch cottage in durban, south africa. including the addition of a new bedroom, two studies, a multi-use entertainment space and an art gallery, the design features a continuous surface that wraps around the structure to form a fluid floor, wall and roof form.
exterior view

situated within a grouping of dense and mature trees, the design maintains the natural materiality of the site while establishing a modern presence with its form and structure. the tilted plane which run the length of the house utilizes thatching in contrast to the fluid steel frame that envelops the interior space. the outdoor terrace connected to the new bedroom incorporates a straw-like material that forms a permeable shelter over the outdoor shower.

the art gallery is arranged in a linear fashion, serving as a tunnel that connects the entrance driveway to the valley on the other side of the site. clad on both sides by expansive glazing, the tunnel is a transparent medium that establishes sight lines towards the surrounding landscape. a parking space large enough for two cars is generated by the partially cantilevered structure outside.


back elevation


private outdoor terrace


view from terrace


main bedroom


interior view


(left) view of art gallery
(right) entryway


circular-faced window


in context


floor plan


cross section


longitudinal section


THE MUSEUM OF COMIC AND CARTOON ART
a project by erick KRISTANTO
manhattan, new york, united states, unbuilt
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New York-based graduate Erick Kristanto has sent us images of his entry into the ‘Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art’ competition set for Manhattan, New York. The design, which earned Kristanto an honorable mention, was influenced by the form and properties of speech bubbles, creating spaces that are unconventional in both shape and organization.

The general volume of the building was first subdivided into storeys and programs after negotiating the appropriate area for each function. Represented by bubble quotes, the individual rooms were adjusted in to modules and arranged to seemingly hover in space on top of the other. Circulation is mainly driven by a central helix ramp while shortcuts are provided by short, by-passing slides in between levels. Views toward the street and brooklyn bridge are established while open roof surfaces are converted into multi-functional areas.




text and images via:designboom: www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/9/view/12970/erick-kristanto-the-museum-of-comic-and-cartoon-art.htmleVolo: www.evolo.us/architecture/museum-of-comic-and-cartoon-art/












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