Creating a metaphor of a contemporary moment that remains closely related to history – of contemporary architecture that results from the reinterpretation of a traditional materials and language of architecture.
It stands glowing like a gigantic piece of electronic equipment. Letters the size of a man spell out the names ALPHA and BETA on the facades, where the residents can be seen silhouetted in busy activity
Mondragon Town Council (Basque Country, SPAIN), with the collaboration of a group of citizens, has organised a Competition for proposals for the future design of the “San Josepe” quarry area and its surrounding environment in Mondragon.
KHR won 1st prize for the proposal to create a lively and engaging new town hall for employees and citizens of Hillerød. Designed for employees and citizens, the overall architectural aim is a building that, in its daily use, promotes intimacy and identity.
The Klein bottle is a descriptive model of a surface developed by topological mathematicians. Klein bottle, mobius strips, boy surfaces, unique surfaces that while they may be distorted remain topologically the same
The project is for, in a first phase, a 290 seat music auditorium, foyer, practice rooms, etc and a 70-bed boutique hotel. A second phase indicates a sports hall/studio theatre and third phase a Research Institute. For the time being the College has asked us not to publish the drawings
Can we create ‘faith-neutral’ spaces with a design aesthetic that is universally embraced as a sanctuary and retreat for all; while also creating innovative elements that allow all faith groups to adapt spaces quickly to suit their particular needs?
The architecture of the building expresses its functions as well as its symbolic role within Gdansk and polish society in general. It certainly will become the heart of Solidarity heritage and its visual image.
The schemes most pronounced feature is a large translucent membrane that stretches between the sports and culture centre arena, and the four characteristic end walls of the neighbouring public housing scheme.
The terrace houses have been built in connection with the official exhibition ‘Living 2006+’ in Ringsted. The construction consists of 7 terrace houses, placed in rows of 2 with respectively 3 and 4 housings, which stagger along a building line