Do not follow this link, or your host will be blocked from this site. This is a spider trap.
PŘIHLÁSIT SE  (trvale)
Uživatel:
Heslo:
Zapomněli jste heslo?
Registrace nového čtenáře
archiweb

HLEDEJ v sekci     
A10 picture A10
#36 Nov/Dec 2010

Nakladatelství: Boom publishers
Rok vydání: 2010
ISSN: 1573-3815
Formát: 24,5 x 33 cm, 70 stran, brožovaná
Jazyk: anglicky
Web: www.a10.eu
Běžná cena: 240 Kč
Naše cena: 200 Kč (bez 10 % DPH: 181.82 Kč)
  7.87 € (bez 10 % DPH: 7.16 €)

On the spot
News and observations
- The physical legacy of Ireland's property crash
- Landscaping a cemetery in Järvafältet (SE)
- Lego school in London (UK)
- Apple green bicycle garage, Alphen aan den Rijn (NL)
- Update: a new French crop
- Zorlu Center, a modest mega-project on the banks of the Bosphorus (TR)
and more…

Start
New projects
- Opera house, Izmir (TR) by Teget Architecture
- Library, Falun (SE) by ADEPT and Sou Fujimoto
- Cruise terminal, Lisbon (PT) by João Luís Carrilho da Graça
- Private house, Sarajevo (BA) by Lejla Kreševljaković and Dino Ćiber
- Masterplan development, Tirana (AL) by JA Joubert Architecture

Interview
Emil Urbel: Assembling puzzles
Having entered the Estonian architectural scene with an array of winning competitions entries in the late 1980s, early '90s, Emil Urbel set the standards in the mid-1990s with a host of white minimalist private houses that prompted a stream of imitators. Minimalist in appearance, thoroughly worked out plans, uncompromising quality, clarity of thought: Urbel is almost a brand in Estonian architecture, to a degree that his elegant works are virtually taken for granted.

Ready
New buildings
- Architecture school, Umeå (SE) by Henning Larsen Architects and White Architects
- Holiday house, Norfolk (UK) by ACME architects
- Hospice, St. Gotthard Pass (CH) by Miller & Maranta
- Apartment complex, Zierikzee (NL) by Kingma Roorda Architecten
- Synagogue, Mainz (DE) by Manuel Herz Architekten
- Housing, Wroclaw (PL) by Lewicki Łatak
- Mixed-use complex, Sarajevo (BA) by studio nonstop
- Residential development, Halle-Neustadt (DE) by Stefan Forster Architects
- Housing, Brussels (BE) by L'Escaut
- Sports hall, Evrychou (CY) by Petros Constantinou, Skevi Farazi and Yorgos Hadjichristos

Section
Modified wood
During the last ten or so years, wood has made a spectacular comeback as a preferred construction material – because it is sustainable (despite ongoing disputes about the precise meaning of this term); because it can be treated in many different ways; because of the 'warm' ambience it evokes; and, above all, because of its 'natural' image. Yet by no means is all of that ubiquitous 'natural' wood in fact a 100% natural product; increasingly, architects and builders are opting for modified wood.

Eurovision
Focusing on European countries, cities and regions
- Green roofs and facades: successful and less successful experiments
- A tour of architectural landmarks in the Ruhr district (DE)
- Profile: Xpiral (ES)
- Home: Min2's dune-top house, Bergen aan Zee (NL)

Out of obscurity
Buildings from the margins of modern history
Renaat Braem's Police Tower is is an amputated realization of a visionary project: an administrative centre consisting of two towers connected by a low volume on an orthogonal plot. The grand undertaking shrank from prestige project to what many consider the ugliest bit of Antwerp.

 
200 Kč

Vložil: Jan Kratochvíl, 05.02.11
Návštěvnost: 43511 čtenářů
Sdílet: 
Poslat odkaz na tuto stránku e-mailem
Vaše jméno Vaše emailová adresa
Váš vzkaz
Na tyto adresy (oddělte čárkou)   
Komentáře
Předmět Autor Datum
show all comments add comment
Burza práce
Aktuálně
Kalendář akcí
arrow
Září 2019
arrow
 
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Denní zprávy
Rozhovor s Pavlem Chládkem
e-SHOP
BLOG - poslední články
Poslední komentáře
BLOG - poslední komentáře
TOPlist © archiweb.cz 1997-2019
Všechny materiály zveřejněné na těchto www stránkách podléhají autorskému zákonu (č.121/2000 Sb.). Publikování nebo šíření obsahu je bez písemného souhlasu provozovatele zakázáno.
archiweb.cz využívá agenturní zpravodajství ČTK, která si vyhrazuje veškerá práva. Publikování nebo další šíření obsahu ze zdrojů ČTK je výslovně zakázáno bez předchozího písemného souhlasu ČTK.