Amazing Buildings

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Amazing Buildings




What makes these uncanny is their near-believability. The structures not quite impossible, in most cases, these renderings stretch the limits of the improbable. The settings are almost exclusively mundane – boring gray skyscrapers, with a twist (or a bend, depending).



The story of illustrator Víctor Enrich begins and ends with art, though brief flirtations and flings with urban design and architecture came along the way.



In the end, and perhaps not a shock to those viewing his work, real-world construction limited the potential of his imagination.



What started as sketches at age ten evolved into computer models as a teen, developing into ever-more-realistic photography edits as the artist aged with the available tools.





In his own words: "The works tend to resurrect the urban form, probably the most overlooked field of the architectural world … the cities of today have not been designed."



"Most of them were never designed, so what we see is the result of very random processes of addition and subtraction of objects, buildings, roads etc, pending on strong private economic interests."



"There is a background process of understanding the city at a geometric level. Urban spatialities are analyzed and described in order to rescue the anonymity of them by applying all kinds of geometric operations that the buildings themselves inspire."


John curtain school of medical research

یکشنبه 23 مرداد 1390 06:26 ق.ظ
طبقه بندی:معماری و شهرسازی، 

به کتیبه های برهشته‌ش و شکل نافرمش خوب باید توجه کرد! این تصویری از پاسخ دقیق و صدچندان غلط معماری پست مدرن غرب به انحطاط عصر مدرنه.



'john curtain school of medical research' by lyons architecture
image courtesy of lyons architecture

australian architecture firm, lyons has completed 'john curtain school of medical research',
a research laboratory designed to enhance interactivity and collaborative research. located
in the capital city of australia, the low-rise structure is based at the australian national
university in canberra.

housing research facilities, exhibition areas and a 200 seat public lecture theater, the building
features a series of internal spaces that are connected with stairs and open atria aimed at
promoting social exchange and fraternization.




plaza
image courtesy of lyons architecture

angular glass and steel fins expand outwards, giving the form a strong sense of movement and
orientation. alternating panels gradually reveal the inner-workings of the school as the viewer
approaches the entrance. digitally rendered concrete panels on the side and back elevations
symbolize the research work of the school through simplified icons of molecules and codified
representations of the DNA strand.



approach 
image courtesy of lyons architecture

inside, flexibly designed laboratories accommodate small and large groups, allowing research to
be undertaken in a variety of manners. office areas for independent analysis and support staff are
located next to the labs, delivering an integrated and highly efficient workplace.


image © paul strasser 




lobby 
image courtesy of lyons architecture




back elevation 
image courtesy of lyons architecture



detail of digitally rendered concrete panels 
image courtesy of lyons architecture


courtyard 
image courtesy of lyons architecture




back
image courtesy of lyons architecture



front 
image courtesy of lyons architecture


rendering 
image courtesy of lyons architecture



rendering of exterior courtyard
image courtesy of lyons architecture


aerial view
image courtesy of lyons architecture


جلوه های طبیعت

یکشنبه 23 مرداد 1390 06:08 ق.ظ
طبقه بندی:عکاسی، 

Overflying Egypt desert, 10000m above by Pablo de Gorrión


نمونه هایی زیبا از گل های فراکتال

شنبه 22 مرداد 1390 06:17 ق.ظ
طبقه بندی:معماری و شهرسازی، هنر و گرافیک، 


The beauty and appeal of flowers is immense and it is no wonder that many designers and artists use this patterns of flowers within their artworks. Same goes for the fractal art which itself is a very diversified form of artwork in terms of forms, colors, details and lights. When it incorporates the beauty of flowers, you can imagine what type of amazing and breathtaking results it can produce. So, without a further ado, here is the full list after the jump. Enjoy!




Beautiful Fractal Flowers


Fractal flower

Fractalflowers36 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Flower Thing

Fractalflowers27 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Fairy Flower V

Fractalflowers17 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

May Flowers

Fractalflowers3 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Flowers of August

Fractalflowers16 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Song of a Flower

Fractalflowers14 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Flowers From Italy

Fractalflowers2 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Flowerworks again

Fractalflowers32 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Fractal Mandala

Fractalflowers37 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Fleur D’apo

Fractalflowers11 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Perception Redefined

Fractalflowers12 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Hole of infinity

Fractalflowers35 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Mutant Rafflesia

Fractalflowers9 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

To alight from the water

Fractalflowers39 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Fractal Flowers

Fractalflowers40 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Cosmic Filigree Flower

Fractalflowers19 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Melt the Ice

Fractalflowers1 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Fire Flowers

Fractalflowers4 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Mycology

Fractalflowers6 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Purple Fractal Flower

Fractalflowers7 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Winter flowers

Fractalflowers8 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

MerryGoRound

Fractalflowers10 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Fall….

Fractalflowers13 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Lilly

Fractalflowers15 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Exquisite

Fractalflowers18 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Scarlet Passionflower

Fractalflowers24 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Flowerica Fracatalus

Fractalflowers20 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Fractal Explorer Abstracts

Fractalflowers43 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Fantasy flower sphere

Fractalflowers22 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Limelight

Fractalflowers25 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Lost Treasure of BuHuMuMu

Fractalflowers34 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Fractal Flowers

Fractalflowers41 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Fractal Spirals

Fractalflowers42 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Potpourri

Fractalflowers38 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers

Oriental Tulips

Fractalflowers28 in 35 Beautiful Examples of Fractal Flowers



© Ali Daghigh
Architects:  Fluid Motion Architects – Reza Daneshmir, Catherine Spiridonoff
Location: Tehran, Iran
Project team:  Bijan Vaziri, Arash Javadi, Amir Badiei, Akram Lolaei, Elaheh Najafi, Iman Nedaei, Mohammad Mehrabani, Majid Ahmadi, Iman Daneshvarnejad
Structural Consultant: Hamid Bastani Parizi (N.A.S Consulting Engineers)
Mechanical Consultant: Badri Rahimzadeh
Electrical Consultant: Amir Shaabanzadeh
Structural and Architectural Contractor: Nikan Niroo Co.
Mechanical And Electrical Contractor: Arkan Arzesh Co.
Cinema Instruments: Masoud Roostaei
Environmental Graphic: Peyman Banishoraka
Client: Development of Cultural Spaces Co. (Tehran Municipality)
Project area: 6,000 sqm
Project year: 2003 – 2008
Photographs: Homauon Amir Yeganeh, Ali Daghigh, Ardavan Bidgoli, Maryam Jami, Reza Daneshmir

© Ali Daghigh
Mellat Park Cineplex, located in the municipal district 3 of Tehran in an extended and indefinite piece of land with the area of 6000 sq m, has been designed and constructed in the far south-east side of Mellat Park.
With the total floor area of 15400 sq m, this project includes 4movie halls, each occupying 300 persons, and a small performance hall with the capacity of 30 persons, along with exhibition areas, restaurant, coffee shop, Book and CD store, offices and service areas.

© Ali Daghigh
Regarding the long and indeterminate shape of the site and the possibility to place 2 movie halls on the ground floor and 2 other movie halls at the basement, the spatial organization of the project has been defined in a way to present an idea of space in accordance with the physical program and the structure of the project and also having interaction with the exquisite nature of the environment.

second floor plan
Hence, by connecting the rotating slopes of the two movie halls along one another, an extensive covered plaza (Eyvan) was created which is the main achievement of this project for the city, and will be a place to talk, to exchange ideas, to celebrate an occasion and a variety of other cultural and social events.
The main attributes of this project can be shortened in 5 main issues:
1- Finding lost spaces in the city to rehabilitate them to active urban spaces.
2-Accordance with the park environment and the perspective of the mountains in the north of Tehran

© Ali Daghigh
3- Integration, Architecture, Structure and Program
4- Creating a dialogue with the city through the generation of urban open spaces (Eyvan).

site plan
5- Posing the issue of movement and time through the creation of a flexible and variable structure along the project by employing general ramps; the dynamism and change has been presented both conceptually and literally.
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تاج محل - هندوستان

چهارشنبه 19 مرداد 1390 06:06 ق.ظ
طبقه بندی:معماری و شهرسازی، 

بنای تاج محل، هندوستان
که شاه جهان با عشق پایه‌هایش را بنانهاد......


©Wikimedia Commons
Easily one of the most recognizable buildings in the world, the Taj Mahal's harmonious integration with its environment makes it a prime destination for many. Completed in 1648 as a mausoleum for Shah Jahan's late wife, Mumtaz Mahal, it stands as a symbol of eternal love as its history and beauty never fail to captivate the heart.
More on the fascinating history of the Taj Mahal after the break.

©Wikimedia Commons
More than twenty thousand workers were hired to complete the masterpiece that is the Taj Mahal, from its grand exterior to the most intricate details of the interior spaces. Construction began in 1632 and continued persistently until 1648 when the principal mausoleum was completed and the other surrounding buildings started. It wasn't until five years later that these and the gardens were finished.

©Wikimedia Commons
The Taj Mahal is a perfect representation of the Mughal style, which fuses architecture techniques of Persian, Islamic and Indian styles. This connection can be easily made, as the red sandstone and white marble materials are classic to the Mughal style. The most recognizable aspect of the complex is the tomb; standing on a square plinth, the structure consists of a symmetrical building with an arch-shaped doorway, or iwan, topped with a large dome and finial. These basic elements are Persian in origin.

©Wikimedia Commons
The multi-chambered cube has chamfered corners, which creates an unequal octagon that measures about 55 meters on each side. All four walls frame the iwan with their vaulted archways, or pishtaqs. The boundaries of the white marble tomb are framed with four minarets, one at each corner. Designed to be functional minarets, they are traditional elements of mosques that call Islamic faithful to prayer as they stand more than 40 meters tall. In the event that the minarets collapsed, they were designed and built to fall away from the tomb. In the main chamber, false sarcophagi of Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan can be found, and their actual graves rest lower into the ground.

©Wikimedia Commons
The most distinguishable feature of the structure is the marble dome, with a height around 35 meters, that sits atop a cylindrical drum roughly 7 meters high. Decorated with a lotus design, the top of the dome is accentuated which makes it appear even taller. This shape is replicated in the four smaller domed kiosks at the corners, with bases that open to provide light to the interior of the tomb. Spires that are tall and decorative extend from the edges of walls of the base, which also emphasize the height and repeat the lotus motif.

©Wikimedia Commons
Evidence of the thousands of craftsmen and workers that were used to build the Taj Mahal is found in the detail of the surface area, which is related proportionally on every scale. With elements varying from paint, stucco, stone inlays and carvings, they are used to represent calligraphy, abstract forms and vegetative motifs. Passages from the Qur'an are also used, specifically ones that refer to themes of judgement.

©Taj Mahal Virtual Tour
It is hard to believe that the interior can be just as captivating as the exterior, but the inlays of precious and semiprecious gemstones and the detailed carvings tie the astonishing experiences together, creating a harmonious and somewhat religious encounter. The space is defined by eight pishtaq arches, which form four central upper arches. These become balconies and viewing areas, with exterior windows featuring marvelous views and intricate screens cut from marble. Light enters through these windows as well as through openings in the corners of the roof.

©Wikimedia Commons
The Mughal garden is divided into 16 sunken flowerbeds, surrounding a central reflecting pool on the north-south axis. Typical gardens were designed with the tomb or pavilion in the center, so the Taj Mahal is unusual in that the main element is located at the end of the garden. At the other ends of the garden are the mausoleums built for Shah Jahan's other wives, as well as one for Mumtaz's favorite servant. Composed mostly of red sandstone, these were more similar to the Mughal tombs of the era. These two grand buildings are open to the sides of the tomb, and are mirror images of each other. One is a mosque, and the other is used as an architectural balance and possibly as a guesthouse.

©Wikimedia Commons
Shah Jahan described the Taj Mahal in these words:
Should guilty seek asylum here,
Like one pardoned, he becomes free from sin.
Should a sinner make his way to this mansion,
All his past sins are to be washed away.
The sight of this mansion creates sorrowing sighs;
And the sun and the moon shed tears from their eyes.
In this world this edifice has been made;
To display thereby the creator's glory.
In 1983, the Taj Mahal became a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Architect: Shah Jahan
Location: Agra, India
Project Year: 1632-1653
Photographs: Wikimedia Commons, Taj Mahal Virtual Tour
References: Giles Tillotson, Lesley DuTemple
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استفاده از مصالحی که قبلا استفاده شده

سه شنبه 18 مرداد 1390 06:09 ق.ظ
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در این پست مشاهده می کنین که
 مصالحی مثل آجرهای کارکرده و مستعمل، که عموما زدگی ها و خوردگی ها دارند و خیلی ها - از سر کلاس یا هر بی عقلی دیگه! - کمتر تمایل دارن که اون ها رو به کار بگیرن یا مثلا در سفت کاری ها به کار می گیرن! 
چقدر خوب می تونه در یه ساخت سنتی اون هم با سیستم سازه ای دیوار حمال، در قرن بیست و یکم 
ساختی خوب و زیبا و مناسب نیازهای امروزی رو پیش روی ما بیاره!

کافیه دست از عصبیت برداریم
و البته شرقی باشیم! :)




minus k house' by KUU in nanhui, shanghai, china
all images courtesy KUU
image © jeremy san / stzernstudio


shanghai-based practice KUU (kok-meng tan, satoko saeki) has sent us images of their most
recent project 'minus k house', a private dwelling adjacent to the client's slipper factory in nanhui, china.
composed of two components - a weekend house and a residence for the worker - the design is
a collection of 3m by 3m volumes that connect to one another to result in a flowing and porous
circulation within.


looking in from the exterior
image © jeremy san / stzernstudio


while the project was conceived as two separate residences, the design achieves a highly
interconnected atmosphere for its inhabitants: a large table placed at the center of the layout
acts as the anchor to the space with the rest of the house pinwheeling off of its point.
the two kitchens and a pair of courtyards are placed at the table's four corners, enabling the clients'
and the worker's families to cook facing one another through a diagonal opening.


facade
image © jeremy san / stzernstudio


view of a courtyard
image © jeremy san / stzernstudio

a series of intersection wall sections continue the language of the exterior to the interior,
making transparent the design's box-like composition. passageways of each room seemingly spills
on to each room, promoting a sense of free movement and openness. while largely connected,
careful attention was paid to place the programs of the respective houses at an appropriate distance
to promote a comfortable level of privacy. the project is an new type of structure that explores
shared housing models at a small scale.


interior view
image © jeremy san / stzernstudio


image © jeremy san / stzernstudio

image © jeremy san / stzernstudio

central table looking diagonally into other house
image © jeremy san / stzernstudio


kitchen next to courtyard
image © jeremy san / stzernstudio


image © jeremy san / stzernstudio

bedroom
image © jeremy san / stzernstudio


schematic diagram


site plan


floor plan / level 0


floor plan / level +1

section a-a


section b-b


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