The Full Story: Statoil Regional and International Offices

A project is never created by only one author. This week we show all sides of the building process for the Statoil Regional and International Offices. Discover the different stories from a wide variety of companies that come together in this single project.

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World Cup 2014 Stadiums curated by Populous

"What I love about stadium design is facilitating the crescendo of tens of thousands of strangers who join together for one night under a common cause. The most important part in designing this type of architecture is weaving together layers of complexity. These buildings require an inside to outside approach that marries the science of seating bowl design with the emotion and aesthetic of a community icon."

By Phil Kolbo, Senior Architect Technician Populous

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Elements of Architecture: The Window

In line with the Venice Biennale entitled Fundamentals curated by Rem Koolhaas, Archello will publish a series of Collections about the fundamental elements that make up architecture. The second element in the series is the window.

Read more and see the full collection of amazing windows here

The Full Story: Fogo Island Inn

A project is never created by only one author. This week we show all sides of the building process for the Fogo Island Inn. Discover the different stories from a wide variety of companies that come together in this single project.

Read more and see the full story of Fogo Island Inn here

Creative Canopies curated by Vehovar and Jauslin Architektur

"Canopies have an excellent potential of providing shelter. A canopy can adapt to individual locations and provide shelter from rain and sun. On the other hand their iconic appearance can serve to distinguish an important place. We chose projects that are relevant within public space and that tell a story. The structures should be more than pure fulfilling of necessity."

By Mateja Vehovar and Stefan Jauslin, Founders Vehovar and Jauslin Architektur

Read more and see the full collection on Creative Canopies here

Elements of Architecture: The Stairs

In line with the upcoming Venice Biennale entitled Fundamentals curated by Rem Koolhaas, Archello will start a series of Collections about the fundamental elements that make up architecture. The first element presented will be the stairs.

Read more and see the full collection of the amazing stairs here

The Full Story: Kilden Performing Arts Centre 

A project is never created by only one author. This week we show all sides of the building process for the Kilden Performing Arts Centre. Discover the different stories from a wide variety of companies that come together in this single project.

Read more and see the full story of Kilden Performing Arts Centre here

Tech Companies curated by Studio O+a

"Openness to new thinking is precisely what a designer craves on a project. We love being part of a process that leads to a better way of doing something. What makes these projects exciting is the innovative mindset of the clients. (…)What we strive for in our designs is a work environment that makes the people who work there more effective, more creative and happier."

By 
Primo Orpilla, Principal at Studio O+a

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Tech Companies curated by Studio O+a

"Openness to new thinking is precisely what a designer craves on a project. We love being part of a process that leads to a better way of doing something. What makes these projects exciting is the innovative mindset of the clients. (…)What we strive for in our designs is a work environment that makes the people who work there more effective, more creative and happier."

By 
Primo Orpilla, Principal at Studio O+a

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Inside Outside curated by Studio MK27

"When I think of a new project I am always trying to search for the best solution for quality of space. The solution of a strong integration with the outdoors forms a part of this logic. For me, there is no distinction between an urban or a natural setting. In any place, it’s about the conquest of space."

By Marcio Kogan, Founder Studio MK27

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Chinese Architecture Rooted in Place and Time curated by Atelier Li Xiaodong

"Architecture should always be tied to, and rooted in a specific time and place. So, rather than speaking of a specific ‘Chinese architecture’, I would rather speak of an architecture embedded within the region, belonging to that place. This goes for both modern as well as traditional architecture. The specificities of traditional ideas of Chinese architecture are often lost in contemporary practice, but together with the application of new technologies they could be reinterpreted in contemporary society."

By Li Xiaodong, Founder Atelier Li Xiaodong

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Expanding Boundaries of Design at Ventura Lambrate 2014

Our main aim at Ventura Lambrate is to bring emerging design pioneers to the attention of the professional audience at the Salone del Mobile in Milan. We want visitors to meet the creative frontrunners who are showcasing their innovative ideas, concepts and prototypes. Our aim is to present renowned individual designers, debuting designers, design studios, design academies, newly graduated talents, and small creative labels.

By 
Margriet Vollenberg and Margo Konings​, Founders Organisation in Design

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In, On and Around Water curated by space&matter

"The water is a strong element that forces us as architects to think differently as opposed to when designing on land. Already in an early phase you have to think carefully about the use and positioning of the rooms in order to calculate the weight and its forces. Further changes to the layout might impact significantly on the construction."

By 
Sascha Glasl, Founder space&matter

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Buildings for Politics curated by 3XN

"For me, the most interesting part of designing a political building is in telling the story behind an organization. I believe that all office buildings should reflect the organization they represent and their core values. When it is a political building the design assignment is more an obligation and should be even more evident in its expression and design."

By Kim Herforth Nielsen, Founder 3XN

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Up in the Mountains curated by Plasma Studio

"We see mountain settings always in close relation with the surrounding topography. Specifically the topography is one of the most informing factors for a design in such a setting, and as a second comes the climate which in mountain settings might be more extreme than elsewhere. All of the selected projects have in common that at least partly they are all informed by the topography around them and the topography gets in a strong dialogue with the built project."

By Ulla Hell, Founder Plasma Studio​

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