Archivo de la categoría: SANAA

Iwan Baan on Light and the Louvre Lens

Most architects are familiar with the work of Iwan Baan, the eminent photographer who has documented some of the most famous buildings of our time. But what you may not know is that Baan had not originally intended to photograph architecture.… Sigue leyendo

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SANAA’s ‘Cloud Boxes’ Wins First Prize in Taichung City Competition

SANAA, it is. In attempts to separate itself from its sister cities, Taichung City has named SANAA, led by Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa, winners of an international competition that intends to unite a newly formed city. As of December 2010,… Sigue leyendo

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Jerusalem’s New Designer Wardrobe: What Libeskind, SANAA, And More Are Adding To The City


Eden Center’s tower by Daniel Libeskind, via skyscrapercity.com The bustling Machne Yehuda market in Jerusalem is a hectic strip of everyday shopping in the holy city’s heart. For over a century, this has been the melting pot of diverse cultures, foods, and languages. Its character, though lately somewhat gentrified, is strong and local. Yet even …Continue Reading
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SANAA Unveils Plans for New Downtown Arts & Design Campus in Jerusalem

Today, SANAA (Sejima & Nishizawa and Associates) …unveiled plans for a 400,000 square-foot building in Jerusalem that will form a new, interdisciplinary downtown campus for the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. The competition-winning proposal, designed by the 2010 Pritzker Sigue leyendo

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Factory Building on the Vitra Campus / SANAA

Architects: SANAA
Location: Vitra Campus, Weil am Rhein, Germany
Architectural Planning: Kazuyo Sejima & Ryue Nishizawa
Architectural Execution: Mayer Bährle Freie Architekten BDA, Lörrach, Germany; in partnership with nkbak, Frankfurt, Germany
Project Team: SANAA team: Takayuki Hasegawa, Marieke Kums (ex-staff); …
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Architects Selected for Competition to Design Nobel Prize’s New Home

Out of 140 architects considered, 12 architects have been selected by the Nobel Foundation to compete to design their new home, a Nobel Center in Blasieholmen, Stockholm. The conspicuously European selection, chosen for their “design and artistic abilities and experience… Sigue leyendo

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Is This Norman Foster’s “Coolest” Project In Years?

The last time we checked in with Norman Foster, he was planning to 3D print lunar base using materials harvested from the moon. (Moon rocks? Moon-stuff?) Back on earth, the famed architect found some time to toss off this striking pavilion in Marseilles, France. The reflective structure, whose minimalism has shades of SANAA in it, shows us Sigue leyendo

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Is This Norman Foster’s “Coolest” Project In Years?

The last time we checked in with Norman Foster, he was planning to 3D print lunar base using materials harvested from the moon. (Moon rocks? Moon-stuff?) Back on earth, the famed architect found some time to toss off this striking pavilion in Marseilles, France. The reflective structure, whose minimalism has shades of SANAA in it, shows us Sigue leyendo

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