Remodelación de Juan de Herrera de la Plaza Mayor de Madrid en 1580z Hasta entonces conocida como la plaza del Arrabal, donde confluían la calle Toledo y la calle Atocha. La Casa de la Panadería (antigua Lonja) preside la plaza, cuyo perímetro esta compuesto por edificios de tres plantas y fachadas rojas con 237 balcones blancos. 📖
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Situated in Marmari, Kos, in a setting surrounded by palms, Caravia Beach Junior Suites and Restaurant, is an extension to an existing hotel. The Suites and the restaurant are organically connected via a large outdoor pool and deck network, on the water.
The complex unfolds around a communal pool which underlines the 5 bungalows and the restaurant and connects with all the structured environment via a network of decks and platforms, creating channels that surround the individual spaces.
In terms of a vertical reading of the area, bungalow buildings are organized in two levels, ground floor and first floor, with the first providing direct access to the pool through the rooms’ private courtyards. The architecture of the volumes is a re-interpretation of the simple Greek island-style cubic shaped architecture with few openings for courtyard access.
In terms of a horizontal reading of the rooms, the layout has a gradual transition from the private areas of the bathrooms to the main rooms, then to the courtyard and finally to the communal swimming pool. The rooms are separated by stone walls and their yards are shaded with wooden pergolas. The materials that dominate the room are the cement mortar in the bathroom, the white wood and the neutral gray colors. #architectopedia#architecture#architectures#archdaily#architecturephotography#architectureproject#archlife#architecturedetail
Jawahar Kala Kendra is set in a huge 9.5 acre campus, the ‘Kendra’ is essentially an institution for the community, by the community. The Kendra was envisioned and conceptualised by Charles Correa in the year 1986. It is a reflection of his deep rooted concern to build spaces that match the Indian sensibilities; spaces that serve and connect with the culture and more importantly the people residing in a particular community. Correa laid special emphasis on prevailing resources, energy and climate as major determinants in the ordering of space. It is his art of blending the vernacular building techniques with a contemporary design and presenting something grand that truly sets the Kendra apart.
Location: Rochester Park, Singapore
Project Year: 2017
Photographs: HASSELL Studio
Located in Singapore’s strategic One North business hub – to exemplify the healthcare leader’s agile and collaborative working principles. The aim was to keep people and ideas flowing freely across this high-performing workplace.
HASSELL's integrated team approached the project from the ‘inside out’, looking closely at what inspires and engages GSK’s people. They facilitated co-creation workshops with multiple stakeholder groups and ‘change champions’ from GSK.
The ideas taken from the employees were developed into a future-focused workplace for GSK as an agile, open and multi-layered campus.