Hybrid buildings (106)
Civic Facilities (46)
Public spaces (164)
The City (58)
Mix of Uses (19)
Remediate the territories (16)
Multiple uses (5)
Collective housing (282)
The Gary Comer Youth Center. John Ronan. Chicago. United States
Throughout its 20 year history, a+t magazine has published an essential collection of architectural articles and projects.
Most of the issues containing them are now out of print regarding the print version so as a result a+t architecture publishers have decided to retrieve all this material which gives a view of recent architecture and to facilitate pdf access.
Author of the video: VAUMM
Project publshed in a+t n.30 Civilities II
Project published in Density projects
The project shown is the second remodelling phase at the Parma Station. Its beginning phase corresponds to the MBM Arquitectes studio.
Project published in a+t 30. Civilities II
Interior images of the academy, The Riba Sorrell Foundation Schools award winner in 2008.
Project published in a+t 9. Low Tech
This section of the Technical University of Graz is made up of three entities: the Institute of Information Technology, the Secure Information and Communication Technologies Foundation and the Information and Computing Systems Institute.
The Allianz Arena stadium replaced the Olympic Stadium (see post Frei Otto, Günther Behnish. Olympic Stadium. Munich) as home of local teams' football matches.
In its favour it has the fully-covered seating, a host of commercial spaces underneath the stands, comparable to that of.
Rear facade, where the three colour ranges used can be observed
Located in the Museum district of Munich, the new Brandhorst Museum is a rectangular box three-storeys high, including the basement, which houses a private contemporary art collection.
The authors' intention was to create a facade which was also an abstract painting. The exterior skin is made up of several layers: in front of the structure and the insulation layer, comes a sheet of two-tone folded microperforated metal which absorbs traffic noise. In front, the glazed ceramic pieces a.