House CJ5 by Caramel Architekten.

[Vienna], Austria.
metalocus, ALEX DURO.
Con este proyecto Caramel Architekten se enfrentan a uno de los problemas actuales de la vivienda, la cuestión de la relación entre el espacio útil de vivienda y el área de la propiedad y cómo las diferentes tipologías de vivienda generan soluciones con distintas densidades.

Desciption of the project by Carmel Architekten.

In its design for the housing project CJ5, Caramel tackles the question of...


Esplanade de la Défense by Claudio Cerasoli.

In Focus. [PAR] France.
metalocus, INÉS LALUETA.
La Défense in Paris is one of the largest business district in Europe: its construction begun in 1958 under President De Gaulle. In this story or photo essay by Claudio Cerasoli, shows the double face of this project: the creation of a new financial city as a brand image for the city of Paris and the discontinuity of real life.

The "cold" with which life happens in this new district is categorically reflected in the images by Claudio Cerasoli, and in the following words:

Exploring La Défense you can experience a sensation of emptyness: movement and chaos are confined to shops, commercial buildings and metro stations. Besides that is like floating in an uncertain reality, in the model of a...


Vitra Slide Tower by Carsten Höller and Álvaro-Siza-Promenade.

Vitra Campus [Weil am Rhein] Germany.
metalocus, BELEN CALLEJO
The 30.7-metre-high Vitra Slide Tower by the German artist provides a new accent on the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein, a viewing tower with a slide and a work of art. Also Alvaro Siza has designed an asphalt pathway called "Álvaro-Siza-Promenade" that occupies a length of 500 metres and invites visitors to stroll along a unique walkway in the public area of the Campus, with various stations leading from the VitraHaus to the Fire Station by Zaha Hadid.

Vitra Slide Tower by Carsten Höller.

On 18 June 2014, the Vitra Slide Tower by Carsten Höller has been inaugurated, adding a new structure to the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein. With its prominent clock at...


A zoom into Architecture by Federico Babina.

Architectural Ilustration by Federico Babina.
metalocus, BELEN CALLEJO
These images by Federico Babina shows the essence of some emblematic architectural works, 23 small pieces that build what is not seen. Outline an architecture through a narrow viewpoint that turns it into a movie poster that shows the author and his work.

Federico Babina in his work Archizoom, shows us these suggestive and insinuating posters that leave the imagination and allows us to recognize the architect author of these works.

"As with a zoom lens of a camera I approached some architectural works in order to depict a detail or...


Knot House unfolds by Atelier Chang.

Resort [Geoje Island] South Korea.
metalocus, ÁNGEL BLANCO
How can architecture achieve seamless spatial connection between outdoor landscape and indoor living space without boundary? To answer that question, we have to stop separating the building versus the ground. Rather, imagine a surface that originates from the landscape, which eventually forms a knot to create an enclosure. The wild landscape floods into the terrace, generates patterns of the herb garden, and gradually reaches the interior in a seamless manner. The project brings multiple advantages from the real-estate point of view. At first, multiple units can be built for ownership as well as for hospitality to generate constant income. Many years after, they can be easily converted and sold as residential units. The design itself takes account of adaptability throughout the life span of the building.

The Knot House introduces a new ecological lifestyle by combining farming and culture of tea. In the terrace garden, one can pick up fresh herbs to bring in to the house and make fresh tea for relaxation. It brings a small pleasure of production for the city dwellers who are only used to consume. Where the garden ends is a bathtub that submerges into the same landscape. The water used for bathing feeds back into the by watering the herb garden throughout the...


De Passerel by JDWA – Johan De Wachter Architects.

By JDWA. [Apeldoorn] The Netherlands.
metalocus, BELEN CALLEJO
July 2014 JDWA project De Passerel in Apeldoorn has been completed. De Passerel House, formed with two barns, includes twelve group homes for people with a mental disability. The project marks the informal route that crosses the whole neighbourhood and introduces in the garden a place for vegetable gardens used by the new residents.

Description of the project by JDWA...


Centrocentro Cibeles and Semana de la Arquitectura.

XI Edición de la semana de la Arquitectura. [MAD] Spain. 3.10.14 > 11.10.14.
metalocus, BELEN CALLEJO
CentroCentro Cibeles presents the nineteenth edition of Architecture week in Madrid. Each year, Centrocentro presents the celebrations about architecture organized by the COAM and planning a series of activities from 3 to 11 of October.

The architecture is a transversal line of the CentroCentro Cibeles programming. Each year, Centrocentro presents the celebrations about architecture organized by the COAM and planning a series of activities during the first week of October (from 03 to 11 October 2014).



The Subiaco Oval Courtyard by Luigi Rosselli Architects.

[Perth] Australia
metalocus, ÁNGEL BLANCO.
Luigi Rosselli Architects has completed a house in Perth, Australia. Viewed from the street this unassuming family home hides a secret; a cluster of interconnected pavilions with an oval courtyard garden at their centre. Beyond the verandah there is an agglomeration of single rooms, aligned with the square geometry of the block. Viewed from the street, this new family home has paid a courteous respect to the dominant early 1900‘s streetscape.

Luigi Rosselli Architects has designed a courtyard garden enclosed that is a magnet for all the rooms and activities of the house; and outdoor room immediately adopted by the family.  The Subiaco neighbourhood have also enthusiastically adopted the new house as the small scale of the pitched rooves, reinvented verandah, and the criss-cross pattern of the recycled brickwork have all been respectful to...


Incube Building by Romera y Ruiz Architects.

[Las Palmas de Gran Canaria] Spain.
metalocus, BELEN CALLEJO
The Incube Building by Romera y Ruiz Architects is the result of the contrast between the gravity of the exterior and the lightness of the interior. A game between the projected skin shades and the contained interior lights. Incube uses materials and space in different levels of texture of shadow and light.

Description of the projects by...


House in March District by Kitarchitects.

By Kitarchitects, [March District-Schwyz] Switzerland.
metalocus, BELÉN CALLEJO.
This house in a residential area in March District-Schwyzof, Switzerland, is in a a modest sized parcel, whose main concept is to minimize the footprint and adapt it to client’s request for a four-car garage. Kitarchitets uses the entrance as the starting point that creates a seamless transition between inside and outside. Furthermore, the interior is organized as a sequence of open spaces with different degrees of intimacy, light qualities and orientation.




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