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Project • By LIKO-SOffices


LIKO-Noe® demonstrates what the office buildings will look like in the future. It connects the interior with the exterior, modern materials with nature. It reflects the workmanship precision, state-of-the-art technologies, functionality and attention to detail. It introduces the principles of old times' robust buildings and, at the same time renewability, into the segment of prefabricated buildings.   Natural Thermal Stabilization is in the heart of LIKO-Noe. What do we mean? The building works just with the energies from natural sources. The sun takes care of the electricity, the earth of heat or cold. Forget special machinery. Water is a symbiotic part of the concept - retention lake, water reservoir for the entire company area... More

Project • By Just Open ArchitectureExhibitions

The Post Anthropocene

JOA is honoured to participate in the 2019 Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (Shenzhen). We have always taken the research led perspective as the starting point of the design, trying to discuss the story behind the architecture in greater depth, and present it to the public through the exhibition. Our understanding of the future world is more based on the perspective of architecture rather than sci-fi movies. The premise of envisioning the future is actually to discuss the current social pain points, and then come up with critical reflections in a future dimension, which we call "The Post Anthropocene” project. In 2002, Nobel Prize-winning chemist Paul Crutzen published an article in Nature, for the first time officially pr... More
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Project • By Simon RastorguevApartments

Futuristic apartment

Interior of a private apartment of 300 square meters. The apartment is located on the 39th floor of the residential complex "North Park" in Moscow.The ideas of the apartment design are not only the futuristic interpretation of its interior, but also the existence of this space in parallel time, parallel history. In addition to futuristic objects in the interior there are historical artifacts, half-destroyed parts of the “previous history” of the place. The design concept is subordinated to the idea of a whirlwind, whose center is located in the living room, and its branches permeate all the rooms, gradually transforming into other futuristic forms. → More info about North Park: https://cih.ru/j3/np.html More



Trace is Caesar collection of metal effect porcelain tiles inspired by a material of fundamental importance in the history of contemporary architecture. If you desire to create a unique and precious look in spaces, this collection of metal effect porcelain tiles is the perfect choice to dress floors and walls with pure urban elegance.Oxidation, effects of wear and tear, intense chromatic shades on different metal types characterise Trace porcelain tiles, in the brighter hues of Vitro and Allumina, the darker shades of Bronze, Corten and Iron, and in the Mint tint, inspired by oxidised copper. The chromatic effect of oxidation and the irregular and pleasant touch... More

Project • By Petra Gipp ArkitekturHousing


WAN Future Projects Residential Award, 1st prize.Stadshagen, StockholmIn Stadshagen, close to one of the highest points in Stockholm, the existing built environment is to be supplemented and a new district developed. The new district ends in a steep slope down towards Karlbergskanalen. At the edge of this slope we have designed two buildings for Folkhem, which in many respects exists on the boundary between city and nature.The buildings are clearly divided into two parts, with a base of light concrete and an upper massive wooden volume. Along the new street, the buildings stand in an urban context. In the buildings' ground floors the concrete plinth is modeled and creates generous storefronts that open onto small square formations, which be... More

Project • By Paul de Ruiter ArchitectsResearch Facilities

Global Foods Innovation Centre in Wageningen

Unilever Starts Construction Of Global Foods Innovation Centre In Wageningen, The Netherlands Today, one year after the centralisation of Unilever’s Foods R&D expertise from Heilbronn (Germany), Poznan (Poland) and Vlaardingen (the Netherlands) in the Foods ecosystem in Wageningen (the Netherlands) was announced, Unilever has started the construction of its new world-wide Foods Innovation Centre. On the campus of the Wageningen University & Research (WUR), Paul Polman (CEO Unilever), Maarten Camps (Secretary General Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate), Louise Fresco (President of WUR), Aalt Dijkhuizen (President Dutch Topsector Agri & Food) and Mayor of Wageningen Geert van Rumund reflected on what innovation in the Agri & Food... More

Project • By Simon RastorguevHeritages

Anticonditionalism - vertical city

Principle settling of human race in palmy days of Antiсonditionalism: it needs to be placed in key-cities, so called anti-conditional cities. The particular Terra state for just that period, the period of forced mortality moving, put the habitancy in formation of untenableness and sheer impossibility insisted prompt action. The reasons of that fidgety are following: — all biological and energetic resources run out — bio-depletion of cultivated soil — flush pollution All of that leads to greenhouse effect and sensible rise in the temperature (up to 5-10 °C), moreover it's driving to dissolution of arctic "caps" and subsequent iciness, finally we can find the situation of Ice Age made by aggrandizement of water project area of t... More