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Clink Street Apartment Interior by Chiara Ferrari

Clink Street Apartment Interior by Chiara Ferrari

Clink Street Apartment Interior by Chiara Ferrari

Project:  Clink Street Apartment

Design Firm: Chiara Ferrari

Location: London, England

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gramazio & kohler, venice biennale 2008

gramazio & kohler, venice biennale 2008

Designer: Gramazio & Kohler

Project: Structural scillations

Location: Venice Biennale, 2008

 

structural oscillations, venice biennale, 2008

structural oscillations, venice biennale, 2008

structural oscillations, venice biennale, 2008

structural oscillations, venice biennale, 2008

structural oscillations, venice biennale, 2008

 

Architect’s Website: www.dfab.arch.ethz.ch

Photo Source: www.dfab.arch.ethz.ch

Anagram Architects, South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre

Project: South Asian Human Rights Documentation Center

Designer: Anagram Architects

Location: New Delhi, India 2008

 

South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre

South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre

South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre

 

Designer’s website:  http://www.anagramarchitects.com

PDF source: http://www.archi-europe.com/archi-bau-awards/winners/146-1.pdf

anagram architects

anagram architects

 

peter zumthor, kolumba art museum

Project: Kolumba Art Museum

Designer: Peter Zumthor

Location: Cologne, Germany

 

 

peter zumthor, kolumba art museum

” The new Kolumba Art Museum designed by Peter Zumthor transfers the sum of the existing fragments into one complete building.”

peter zumthor, kolumba art museum

peter zumthor, kolumba art museum

peter zumthor, kolumba art museum

 ” The warm grey brick of the massive building unite with the tuffs, basalt and bricks of the ruins. Inside the building a peaceful courtyard takes the place of a lost medieval cemetery. The sixteen exhibition rooms possess the most varying qualities with regard to incoming daylight, size, proportion und pathways. What they all have in common is the reduced materiality of the brick, mortar, plaster and terrazzo in front of which will appear the works of art.”

peter zumthor, kolumba art museum