a+t 08. Low Cost (1)
a+t 09. Low Tech (1)
a+t 11. Layers (3)
a+t 12. Housing and Flexibility I (5)
a+t 13. Housing and Flexibility (2)
a+t 14. Sensitive Materials I (2)
a+t 15. Sensitive Materials II (2)
a+t 16. Memory I (1)
a+t 17. Memory II (1)
a+t 18. Tony Fretton (1)
a+t 19. Density I (3)
a+t 20. Density II (4)
a+t 21. Densidad III (4)
a+t 22. Densidad IV (6)
a+t 23. New Materiality I (4)
a+t 24. New Materiality II (3)
a+t 25. In Common I (1)
a+t 26. In Common II (3)
a+t 27. In Common III (4)
a+t 28. In Common IV (0)
a+t 29. Civilities I (8)
a+t 30. Civilities II (8)
a+t 31. HYBRIDS I (22)
a+t 32. HYBRIDS II (23)
a+t 33-34. HYBRIDS III (40)
a+t 35-36. STRATEGY PUBLIC (39)
a+t 37. STRATEGY SPACE (23)
a+t 38 Strategy and Tactics in Public Space (26)
a+t 39-40 RECLAIM (39)
Density condensed (6)
DENSITY IS HOME (68)
Density projects (44)
Density Housing Construction & Costs (62)
NEXT. COLLECTIVE HOUSING in progress (44)
THE PUBLIC CHANCE (49)
This is Hybrid (21)
The blog Skfandra, written by the architect Pilar Pinchart, includes a review of a+t’s NEXT. COLLECTIVE HOUSING in progress, part of the Density series.
The young city of Almere keeps on growing. From the first buildings completed in 1976, the city has gone on to see population estimates of 350,000 inhabitants in 2030.
The City Beautiful movement came about at the end of the 19th century in the United States to beautify the cities around the country. Its goal was not simply to be beautiful but to be a social control mechanism, to promote civic morals and harmonious social order and to improve the lives of citizens. Macarthur Square was devised inside this context.
The proposed modular system offers high efficiency and versatility in both construction and programme. The equally-sized cells can be added or taken out of the structure according to the changing needs of the building, for residential or office use.
This project is based on the idea that optimising energy efficiency in buildings is not enough if, with this improvement, disperse city life is not left behind.
A continuous cladding using wood slats unifies the volume of this Trondheim residence.
This project is located on a lot in the medieval area of Riga. The proposed solution takes on the idea of sloped roofs, part of the medieval surroundings included in the lists of UNESCO.
Forwarding Dallas is the result of a competition (Re:Vision Dallas) organised by three NGO s to transform a municipal car park.
This project is included inside an urban recovery intervention involving a 19th century textile factory. In 2012, the main atrium of this complex will form part of a network of municipal cultural centres, placed in former industrial buildings.