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Friday 23 August, 2013

Easehouse for Singeldingen Foundation by Lagado Architects

Dutch firm Lagado Architects have designed a temporary public toilet block with wide open sections in the roof so users can sit on the toilet and look up into the sky (+ slideshow). Lagado Architects designed the Easehouse toilet block for the Singeldingen Foundation, a summer program with a pop-up coffee bar in the playground […]




Wednesday 24 April, 2013

EIGHT Office Complex / PEOPLE


Wednesday 24 April, 2013

EIGHT Office Complex / PEOPLE


Thursday 11 April, 2013

China Wood Sculpture Museum by MAD

Chinese studio MAD has unveiled the first photographs of its icicle-shaped museum for wooden sculptures in Harbin, northeast China (+ slideshow). Above: photograph by Xia Zhi



Monday 16 July, 2012

Provincial Government Office / AllesWirdGut

Courtesy of AllesWirdGut The winning proposal for the Provincial Government Office, designed by AllesWirdGut, corresponds to the public use of the building and provides the public with an open space for collective appropriation. A cloverleaf-shaped structure defines several entrances, all of which drain into a common center. The development responds to local and regional links […]


Thursday 07 June, 2012

Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery at Birdeye / Fennell Purifoy Architects

© Ken West Architects: Fennell Purifoy Architects Location: Birdeye, Arkansas, USA Area: 4,606 sqm Completion: December 2011 Client: Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs Landscape Architect: Ecological Design Group – Little Rock, AR Contractor: Olympus Construction – Jonesboro, AR Photographs: Ken West


Thursday 07 June, 2012

Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery at Birdeye / Fennell Purifoy Architects

© Ken West Architects: Fennell Purifoy Architects Location: Birdeye, Arkansas, USA Area: 4,606 sqm Completion: December 2011 Client: Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs Landscape Architect: Ecological Design Group – Little Rock, AR Contractor: Olympus Construction – Jonesboro, AR Photographs: Ken West