Pavilion Morphology - Space between the Materials
4 Projects
When Time Jumps through the Roof
5 Projects
New Configurations for Urban Landmarks
2 Projects
Re-use / Re-model - the Shipping Container
5 Projects


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Pavilion Morphology - Space between the Materials



Pavilion Morphology - Space between the Materials
Pavilion Morphology - Space between the Materials_Gihan Karunaratne
Droneport Prototype_The Norman Foster Foundation
MPavilion 2016_Studio Mumbai
Envision Pavilion_Sou Fujimoto Architects

ZCB Bamboo Pavilion_The Chinese University of Hong Kong, School of Architecture

When Time Jumps through the Roof
When Time Jumps through the Roof_Herbert Wright
Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg_Herzog & de Meuron
Port House in Antwerp_Zaha Hadid Architects
Entrepot Macdonald
The Design Museum_OMA + Allies and Morrison + John Pawson
Matrera Castle_Carquero Arquitectura

New Configurations for Urban Landmarks
New Configurations for Urban Landmarks_Silvio Carta
Malmo Live_ Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
Timmerhuis, Rotterdam_OMA

Re-use / Re-model - the Shipping Container
Re-use / Re-model - the Shipping Container_Heidi Saarinen
Urban Rigger_BIG
Ccasa Hostel_TAK Architects
Ege University Technopark_ATOLYE Labs
Sion Music Center_Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes
Devil’s Corner_Cumulus Studio



파빌리온; 공간과 재료 사이
파빌리온; 공간과 재료 사이_기한 카루나라뜬

베니스 아르세날레 드론 정거장 실물 모형_노먼 포스터 재단
2016 멜버른 M파빌리온_ 튜디오 뭄바이
상하이 인비전 파빌리온_소우 후지모토 아키텍츠
카오룽베이 탄소제로 파빌리온_홍콩중문대학 건축학과

지붕 위에 새로 틀은 시간
지붕 위에 새로 틀은 시간_허버트 라이트

엘베 필하모닉 콘서트 홀_헤르조그 앤 드 뫼론
앤트워프 항만사무소_자하 하디드 아키텍츠
앙트레포 맥도날드 복합단지
런던 디자인 박물관_OMA + 알리스 앤 모리슨 아키텍츠 + 존 포손
마트레라 망루 복원_까르퀘로 아르끼떽뚜라

대형 복합 건축의 새로운 방식
대형 복합 건축의 새로운 방식_실비오 까르따

말뫼 라이브 문화센터_슈미트 해머 라센 아키텍츠
티메르허이스 복합시설_OMA

컨테이너의 재활용과 리모델링
컨테이너의 재활용과 리모델링_하이디 사리넨

어반 리거 학생 기숙사_BIG
까사 호스텔_TAK 아키텍츠
이즈미르 산학 연구 단지_아퇼예 랩스
시옹 음악 센터_싸비오즈 파브리찌 악쉬텍츠
태즈메이니아 포도밭 전망대_커뮬러스 스튜디오

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When Time Jumps through the Roof



The preservation of historically significant (and usually listed) buildings can clash with the need to change its use and provide a contemporary quality internal environment. Repurposing buildings has become mainstream architectural practice, but the simple need for more space may require a new extension volume. However, extending the footprint is not always an option. In the case of listed buildings, the aesthetics of the old building itself may be the issue - its perimeter and shape have fundamental historic value, which would be compromised by horizontal extension.
The architectural solution is to preserve the historic structure but extend it purely within the vertical. Designing the resulting hybrid structure gives the architect opportunity to contrast contemporary and old architecture. The interface between the two is usually at the roofline of the historic structure. Building new on old does more than just re-animate what has become redundant and add new functionality. The architect’s imagination is free to play visual games that create impact and draw attention, and that can create a presence in the wider urban landscape and the life of the city. This article summarises some of the precedents for creating historically stratified buildings, and then looks at five contemporary examples. 
written by Herbert Wright


Re-use / Re-model - the Shipping Container


Commonly associated with goods- and shipyards, the humble shipping container, loaded with cargo and destined for far-away places has been successfully used as resourceful structural material in contemporary architecture for some time. Thanks to its modular form, the containers can be stacked and assembled ‘like blocks of Lego’. In the 1950’s, American transport entrepreneur Malcolm McLean started using what continued to develop into standardised transport containers, enabling intermodality between transport infrastructures. Eventually, this unpretentious container took on a new, spatial lease of life, through creative architectural solutions. written by Heidi Saarinen