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This sculptural building by Jasmax was a winner at the 2016 New Zealand Architecture Awards. Citation: Clarity and transparency are the outstanding characteristics of this building which both enables and declares its purpose as factory and research facility. There is an echo of Victorian ambition and Bauhaus straightforwardness in the design and material palette, and also a nod to the New Zealand timber tradition. Inside, light-filled, voluminous and flexible spaces make for a pleasant and purposeful working environment. The exterior is generous, too, and the long roadside elevation is a fine addition to the streetscape and wider urban scene.For more by the architecture firm, go to: http://www.jasmax.com/ Photography: Simon Devitt
University dormitories are all about efficient use of space – but they can also offer a design statement in their own right as the iHouse Dormitory in Togane, Chiba Prefecture, Japan reflects. A louvered surface interspersed with projecting balconies masks exterior walkways that serve the facility’s dormitory rooms. From the architect. As Japan copes with a declining population, universities are trying to attract an increasingly international student body for both long and short term stays. This dormitory and International Center for approximately 140 international students efficiently houses, educates, and integrates a population that is both culturally and economically diverse through a collection of shared public spaces and rooms that range from singles and doubles with private baths, to rooms sleeping four with shared bathing facilities. Photography by Kawasami Kobayashi Photograph Office, Kudoh Photography Ltd. More by the architects: http://www.studiosumo.com/
in the quaint seaside town of La Londe-les-Maures, looking out to the
Mediterranean Sea, this small 350m² building – the “Capitainerie” – is reinvigorating the
redevelopment of the port.
Pietri Architectes won the tender with a
multi-use design which is as playful as it is pretty, looking more like a ferry
than a harbour master’s office.
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