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Mini Mart City Park is a new community-focused pocket park and cultural center designed by GO’C and founded by the artist collaborative SuttonBeresCuller. The project has transformed a former gas station site into a Seattle hub for art events and community gatherings in the Georgetown neighborhood.
Project name
Mini Mart City Park
Architecture firm
GO'C
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Photography
Kevin Scott
The tea pavilion located on the bank of the dam in Český Těšín was created as an intervention in public space as part of the Mood for Wood international workshop. When thinking about the concept, we start from the traditional Japanese architecture of tea houses rendered with contemporary means of expression. We work with a simple design principle o...
Project name
Tea House Pavilion
Architecture firm
GRAU architects
Location
49°44'48.9"N 18°36'07.9"E; Hrabinka Lake, Český Těšín, Czech Republic
Photography
Matej Hakár
The EXPO 2025 pavilion by Mjölk architekti is a welcoming wooden building conceived as a garden in the sky. It was created with ease and expresses the optimistic outlook of its authors for the future. The pavilion has been designed so that its realisation puts the least possible strain on the environment during fabrication, operation and transport...
Project name
Sky Under the Trees
Architecture firm
Mjölk architekti
Location
World EXPO 2025 in Osaka, Japan
Photography
Mjölk architekti
A Living Theatre Mount, the demonstration area of Vanke Cloud Valley project designed by Wutopia Lab for Xuzhou Vanke, will be completed, and opened by New Year's Day 2022.
Project name
Vanke Cloud Valley Project Display Area
Architecture firm
Wutopia Lab
Location
Software Park Road, Quanshan District, Xuzhou City, Jiangsu Province
Photography
Liang Junhao
The museography and exhibition architecture project of the Panteão dos Almeida, in the Church of Santa Maria do Castelo in Abrantes, Portugal, aims the adaptation and interior requalification of an old church (a historic building in the city of Abrantes, built in 1215 by D. Afonso II, being later, in 1433, rebuilt by D. Diogo Fernandes de Almeida,...
Project name
Panteão dos Almeida
Architecture firm
Spaceworkers
Location
Abrantes, Portugal
Photography
Fernando Guerra | FG+SG
Nex- Architecture has collaborated with Xylotek advanced timber structure specialists to create a sequence of inventive laminated oak pavilions newly enhancing the public spaces of London’s Regent’s Place. Lying east of Regent’s Park and west of Euston station, Regent’s Place is a mixed-use commercial and residential campus developed by British Lan...
Project name
Nex - Architecture and Xylotek Pavilion for British Land
Architecture firm
Nex - Architecture, Xylotek
Location
London, UK
Photography
Luke Hayes
This project is part of the original premises and property of the “Quinta Montes Molina” located in Merida, Yucatan. The house was built in 1906 and became an architectural icon and emblem of the Paseo Montejo, the most notorious avenue on the city in which most of the early century houses were built during the sisal boom.
Project name
QMM Cultural Center (Centro Cultural Quinta Montes Molina)
Architecture firm
Materia
Location
Merida, Yucatan, Mexico
Photography
Jaime Navarro
In 2020, Design+Architecture was commissioned by Livingstone Shire Council to design an art gallery in Yeppoon. First considerations were for the site's uniqueness: a narrow, sloping block nestled behind two historic Fig trees and situated beside Yeppoon’s original Post Office. It was paramount that the gallery was humble yet responded to its conte...
Project name
Figtree Galleries
Architecture firm
Design+Architecture
Location
Yeppoon, Queensland, Australia
Photography
Cam Murchison Photography