A Concrete Renaissance
8 Projects
Re-Living: New Residential Models for NYC
2 Projects
Recycle and Reuse
4 Projects


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Liberty Museum in New York_EUS+ Architects + Folio: + Iowa State University
The Last House on Mulholland "Ambivalent House"_Hirsuta
Korean Demilitarized Zone Underground Bathhouse

Re-Living: New Residential Models for NYC
Re-Living: New Residential Models for NYC_Julia van den Hout
VIA 57 West_BIG
56 Leonard Street_Herzog & de Meuron

A Concrete Renaissance
A Concrete Renaissance_Nelson Mota
House in Savièse_Anako'architecture
Ecoscopic House_archipelagos - Manolo Ufer
U Retreat_IDMM Architects
FU-House_Kubota Architect Atelier
Fab-Union Space_Archi-Union Architects
Bosjes Chapel_Steyn Studio
Solo House_Office KGDVS
New FIM Headquarters_Localarchitecture

Recycle and Reuse
Recycle and Reuse: The Two Pillars of Sustainable Development_Fabrizio Aimar
Conversion, Praz-de-Fort_Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes
Barn House at Lake Ranco_Estudio Valdés Arquitectos
Re [Barn]_Circa Morris-Nunn Architects
Kyodo House_SANDWICH + Team Low-energy



리버티 박물관_EUS+ 아키텍츠 + 폴리오: + 아이오와 주립대학교
할리우드 실험주택_허수타
비무장지대 지하목욕탕 공모전

콘크리트 르네상스
콘크리트 르네상스_넬손 모타

싸비에스 주택_아나코 아키텍쳐
에코스코픽 주택_아키펠라고스
유 리트리트_이뎀건축사사무소
푸 주택_구보타 아키텍트 아뜰리에
팹 유니온 스페이스_아키-유니온 아키텍츠
보스예스 예배당_스테인 스튜디오
솔로 주택_오피스 KGDVS
국제 모터사이클 연맹 본부_로컬 아키텍쳐

고층 주거의 새 모델
대도시 고층 주거의 새로운 유형_율리아 반 덴 하우트

비아 57 웨스트 고층주거_BIG
레너드 가 56 고층주거_헤르조그 앤 드 뫼론

재활용과 재사용
재활용과 재사용_파브리치오 아이마르

현대식 주거로 재탄생한 옛 헛간_싸비오즈 파브리찌 악쉬텍츠
랑코 호숫가 별장_에스뚜디오 발데스 아르끼떽또스
옛 헛간을 재현한 집_썰카 모리스-눈 아키텍츠
교도 주택_샌드위치 + 팀 로우 에너지

국내뉴스
제6회 UAUS 전시회, ‘건축, 문화를 담다’
세운4구역 도시환경정비사업 국제지명설계공모
새만금 박물관 설계공모



 

A Concrete Renaissance


In approximately one century of global dissemination, reinforced concrete has built up a solid intellectual tradition. Concrete pervades our lives relentlessly. Either used by mainstream artists and architects or just part of our everyday contact with the most prosaic structures and artefacts, concrete is all over the place. Concrete’s extreme pliability, as Adrian Forty put it, makes it a preferred medium to explore formal vocabularies that challenge conventional building tectonics. Exposed concrete walls can be produced to show many different textures and colours. Even the textures and colours of other materials such as wood, metallic panels, or bricks, transferred onto its surfaces through more or less sophisticated formwork systems. In fact, concrete surfaces are ideal to create austere atmospheres but also to suggest voluptuous spatial experiences. Reinforced concrete structures can challenge gravity in ways that traditional building techniques could not. But they are also used as the most straightforward building system available even in remote locations. In many places, concrete is now part and parcel of the new vernacular tradition. One can hardly find a material with such potential to perform in contrasting circumstances. This potential to cope with such different challenges has contributed to instigate a renewed interest in concrete as a medium of architectural expression. After the period when it was stigmatized as a material associated with the darker side of architectural modernism, today we can witness a concrete renaissance. written by Nelson Mota


Re-Living: New Residential Models for NYC


Manhattan is an island of finite space and endless construction. Its density has been the subject of many conceptual proposals, but it is not often that new approaches have an opportunity to be built. Instead the city has simply continued to rise vertically and new residential buildings like Rafael Viñoly’s 432 Park Avenue have brought to the city a generic—albeit at times beautifully banal—residential experience. But two new projects test whether it might not finally be time for a different model of living. 
written by Julia van den Hout