Bridging the gap between the old and the new is never easy. Traditional building methods, where you often adjust to the unpredictability of a natural material, seem to contrast with the mechanical precision of modern construction.
Project Info The Izmir University of Economics - Guzelbahce Campus becomes instigator and core
Project Info Location: Xi'an, Shanxii Province, PR China Type: Horticultural Expo Client: Changba Ecological
The showcase booths at our Open House earlier this month was a magnificent chorus of
Project Info Designed and built for iLight Marina Bay 2017, Kaleidoscopic Monolith incites curiosity from
Prof. Chong Keng Hua leads the research programme, which includes 4 research projects, each led by a PI and several co-PIs, altogether 7 faculties from ASD, HASS & EPD.
SUTD Architecture and Sustainable Design (ASD) pillar was invited to represent Singapore at the Cities Exhibition, one of the anchor exhibitions during the inaugural Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism 2017.
Unlike common subtractive processes such as Computer Numeric Control (CNC) milling where solid material is often pulverised during machining
Project Info The 2012 - 2013 restoration of the historic stained glass at Saint Andrew's
Yueh Hai Ching Temple Restoration – 2011 To 2014 Project Info The temple is built
Contributors were asked to develop strategies for Kyoto’s future. One of the proposals focusing on updating Kyoto’s identity construct is a TV-sitcom
Residential projects include new buildings and conversions in both inner-city and suburban settings, low-budget housing, energy efficient
The Granary was to become a public field and a key attractor for an urban revitalization. The aim is to initiate a sustainable development of the entire area, to connect
Proposals for a sustainable utilization and conversion of a former British military tank training area were to be developed.
A prototype for a Community Centre was to be designed and tested on three exemplary locations.
With 10 projects, 13 artists and 2 exhibition guides a platform offers the possibility to communicate and exchange their ideas. The platform also serves as a seating furniture for meetings and discussions in Hamburger Bahnhof.
The design was conceived both as an image and an instrument for the urban debate - flexible enough to adapt to changing planning parameters but persistent and salient as an urban image.
Oliver's practice worked on a series of public and residential projects, both as converted and as new buildings. References include the conversion of former military and industrial facilities, community centers, energy-efficient architecture, innovative residential buildings with flexible floor plans, and collaborative housing projects.
Finally, the city seems to rest, the pedestrians gone, the motor traffic slowed, the street darkened. But the daily cycle has been captured, as cameras on the watertanks have recorded what the city has experienced during the day.
Project Info The book documents and analyzes 165 international housing projects. It shows the latest