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a selection of architectural projects from around the globe
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Justus Van Effen complex in Rotterdam
Türkisch Botschaft in Berlin
Hotel Bohemia on Gran Canaria
Kempinski Hotel in Kitzbühl
Gruppo Unipol in Bologna
Cherfane Penthouse in Beirut
Bahia Urbana in Puerto Rico
Pacific Peninsula in California
Justus Van Effen complex
Rotterdam
In 1918 kreeg architect Michiel Brinkman opdracht om een complex van 264 volkswoningen in de nieuwe
wijk Spangen te ontwerpen. Zijn ontwerp was revotionair: een gesloten woonblok van vier verdiepingen
hoog. De bovenwoningen kregen galerijen, zo breed als openbare straten, waar de bakker en melkboer met
hun karren langs de deuren konden gaan. Er was een binnenpark met bankjes en en openbare verlichting.
Gemeenschappelijke voorzieningen zoals het badhuis en centrale verwarming maakten het leven van de
bewoners aangenaam.
Bijna een eeuw later werd gestart met de renovatie van het complex door het architectenburau Molenaar.
Hierbij werd resoluut gekozen voor energiezuinige maatregelen en technische innovatie. Het centraal gelegen
badhuis werd omgebouwd tot verwarmingsruimte waar binnenin warmtepompen geïnstalleerd zijn, en de
leidingen van zonne-enerige en aardwarmte samen komen. Voor het binnenhof koos landschapsarchitect Michael van Gessel voor een bestrating met rode bakstenen, gemeenschappelijke plantsoenen, een figuratieve
partij rotsen en voor elke woning op de begane grond één keramische pot, type RR80 in grijs-taupe klei.
In 1918, architect Michiel Brinkman was commissioned to design a middle class so-
cial housing complex with 264 homes in the new Spangen Quarter. His design was
revolutionary: an enclosed housing block with four storeys. The upper-level homes
had gallery walkways that were as wide as public roads, on which the baker and
milkman could roll their carts from door to door. There was an interior courtyard
with benches and public lighting. Social amenities such as a bathing house and
central heating made life pleasant for the residents.
Nearly a century later, renovations of the complex were started by the architecture
firm Molenaar. They resolutely opted for low-energy measures and technological innovations. The centrally located bathing house was converted into a heating
room, in which heat pumps are installed and where the piping for solar and geo-
thermal energy converges. For the interior courtyard, landscape architect Michael
van Gessel selected a red-brick hardscape, shared gardens and a figurative arrangement of boulders, with each home on the ground floor being set off by an RR80-type
ceramic planter in grey-taupe clay.
Türkische Botschaft
Berlin
Ende Oktober 2012 wird der neue Türkische Botschaft in Berlin geöffnet. Sie steht
Den Eingang zum alles entscheidenden Zwischenraum markiert ein riesiges Kup-
am Südrand des Tiergartens, den einst die Nationalsozialisten zum Botschaftsvier-
ferportal mit Sichelmondemblem. L-förmig führt er um eine Ecke herum in einen
tel von „Germania“ bestimmten und wo nach 1990 neben den pompösen Dreißiger-
abgesenkten Garten, das „kleine Paradies“. Um einen Brunnen herum recken
Jahre-Palästen Japans und Italiens einige der spektakulärsten Botschaftsneubauten
sich Korkenzieherhasel, Lavendel und Oliven nach der Berliner Sonne.Das lang-
Berlins wuchsen: Indiens glühend rote Sandsteinfassaden aus Rajastan beispiels-
gestreckte Foyer mit seinen bedruckten inneren Glasfassaden ist das verbindende
weise oder Österreichs Konditorei-Architektur. Auch die Nordischen Länder, Saudi-
Element. In dem mäandrierenden Raum dominieren grüne Steinböden. Über eine
Arabien und zuletzt Slowenien haben hier architektonisch reüssiert. Das Anspruch-
skulpturale Treppe erreicht man die mit Naturstein gedeckte Dachterrasse, von der
sniveau also war hoch. Die Türkei reagierte darauf, und auch auf die immense
aus man sechzehn Meter über dem Tiergarten einen weiten Blick über Berlin ge-
Bedeutung beider Länder füreinander, mit dem größten Botschaftsbau, der jemals in
nießen kann. Hier hat Nickol „von Günter Behnisch gelernt“, wie Leichtigkeit und
der Geschichte des Landes gebaut wurde. Entworfen hat das Ensemble ein beschei-
Schwung einem Raum Dynamik geben und Schwere nehmen können. Den „Palast“
dener, begabter und gewitzter Berliner Architekt: Volkmar Nickol ließ sich gemein-
mit zweigeschossigem Festsaal und den Empfangsräumen des Botschafters hat der
sam mit Felipe Schmidt und Thomas Hillig von Symbolik und Vorbildern leiten. So
Architekt als Metapher für „kulturelle Werte, Stolz und Gastfreundschaft“ gestaltet,
entstanden drei Teile - „Palast“, „City“ und „Bosporus“. Letzterer trennt gleich der
den Bürotrakt zur Hildebrandstraße prägt hingegen die „Offenheit zum westlichen
namensgebenden Meerenge als gläserne Passage die beiden anderen Bauteile. Der
Wertekanon und dem Kemalismus als Grundpfeiler der modernen Türkei“.
kubische „Palast“ dient repräsentativen Zwecken und steht für Asien; der einhüftige Büro- und Wohntrakt, dient - unverkennbar Europa - der täglichen Arbeit der
hundert Mitarbeiter.
Das für die Öffentlichkeit wichtigste Element einer Botschaft sind ihre
islamische Ornamentik auf den Orient. Exotisieren sie den Neubau?
Fassaden. Die der Türkei sind mit türkischem Kalkstein verkleidet,
Nicht, wenn man das architektonische Vorbild, den Dolmabahçe-Palast
der zum Teil als Rustika gestaltet wurde. Seine Farbe erinnert an das
des Sultans in Istanbul betrachtet, in dem Atatürk 1938 starb. Somit ver-
Atatürk-Mausoleum in Ankara. Aber über die Brücke, die dessen Ar-
weist der Neubau auf den Gründer der modernen Türkei und deren Tra-
chitekt Bruno Taut, als er 1938 in Ankara und Istanbul lebte, zwischen
dition. Für die Innenbegrünung, hat das Landschaftsarchitekten Büro St
deutscher Moderne und türkischem Laizismus schlug, wollte Nickol
Raum a., zusammen mit Kathrin Wolf, für Atelier Vierkant UF120 Töpfe
nicht gehen. Der Clou seines Entwurfs nämlich, eine mit Girih-Dekor
gewählt in Hellgraue Ton, mit horizontalen Linienatrone, bepflanzt mit
am Sockel und den Obergeschossen förmlich übersäte Lochfassade
Olivenbäume. In Aussenbereich hat das Team runde konische A-Serien
längst der Tiergartenstraße, wäre bei dem dekorabstinenten Bau in An-
eingeplant mit starke Korkenzieherhasel.
kara undenkbar gewesen. Die durchbrochenen Girih-Natursteinplatten
© Alle Rechte vorbehalten. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung GmbH,
sind ein idealer Sichtschutz, vor allem aber verweisen sie als eindeutig
Frankfurt. Zur Verfügung gestellt vom Frankfurter Allgemeine Archiv.
Hotel Bohemia
Gran Canaria
Away from the bustling crowds of Playa del Inglés, one of Gran Canaria’s most
of Gran Canaria has been developed by P49, Asia´s most sophisticated architec-
well-known beach resorts, the new land-mark hotel rises above the rippling sand
ture team for luxurious spa and wellness worlds. Here, in a world of black bam-
dunes. Created by Pia Schmid, known in design circles as Switzerland’s most suc-
boo and shining oriental artifacts, it takes only a split second to unwind. The en-
cessful hospitality architect, Hotel Bohemia is a quiet oasis surrounded by tower-
trances to the two heated swimming pools, one indoor and one outdoor, are also
ing volcanic peaks. And unlike some of the other hotels you’ll find on the island,
found here. In the hotel garden’s treatment pavilions, guests can leave the wider
which put all of their emphasis on physical forms, here it’s the guest that comes
world behind and embrace the emancipating ancient techniques of the past, in-
first.
“The basic idea for Hotel Bohemia Suites & Spa was to create a clear struc-
cluding cleansing steam baths and tension-relieving traditional massages.
The
ture for the individual guest,” said Schmid. “From the beginning I had to think
basement leads to a colorful high-tech gym with windows that open onto the
of the guests who stay, eat and relax at Bohemia – not only of the design. That
pool area for optimal swimwear-watching, a private wellness area and tranquil
means that I created Bohemia for the guests, and not for the design.”
It hasn’t
bamboo garden. Only a couple of steps away from this private world is the hotel´s
always been this way. The original building that stood here was constructed in
lavish sunny garden with two heated outdoor swimming pools and terraces on
the 1970s, and at that time it consisted of 115 rooms. By reducing this number to
which to try one of the famous fruit cocktails.
The tempting fragrance of freshly
67, owner Rembert Euling has been able to create wide open living spaces that
cut lemongrass sizzling in Hotel Bohemia’s open kitchen lures guests up to the
stretch effortlessly from inside to out. Complemented by lavish mahogany floors
rooftop restaurant and lounge, where breathtaking views of volcanic Gran Ca-
and rich, olive-wood furnishings, they give guests the sensation of being com-
naria and the ocean are the ideal accompaniment to cocktails. Attentive service
pletely enveloped by nature. The angular vertical shutters, mirroring the rise and
is guaranteed, leaving you free to mingle on the beach with a drink in Bohemia’s
fall of the famous Maspalomas dunes, allow warm light into each room, casting
cool blend of harmonious styles. For the outdoor and swimming pool area, Span-
impressions of the ocean and mountains across the walls and illuminating the
ish landscape architect Luis Vallejo selected UB, SR and A vases in different sizes
fiery colors that decorate each room.
Tantalizing sea views provide the setting
and textures, planted with palm trees, mosses, and succulents. For the lobby and
for aperitifs in the ground-floor bar, while soft flowing drapes and smooth grey
dining area at the entrance of the hotel, the architect selected vases of the AH and
stones help to soothe guests in the custom-built Siam Spa. This design highlight
AB series with styled palms.
El nuevo y relevante hotel se eleva por encima de las ondulantes dunas de
con espléndidos suelos de caoba y un rico mobiliario de madera de olivo, estos
arena, lejos de la bulliciosa multitud de la Playa del Inglés, uno de los centros
espacios ofrecen a los huéspedes la sensación de estar totalmente envueltos
turísticos más famosos de Gran Canaria. Creado por Pia Schmid, conocida
por la naturaleza. Las ventanas verticales angulares, que reflejan la subida
en los círculos del diseño como la mejor arquitecta hotelera de Suiza, el Hotel
y bajada de las famosas dunas de Maspalomas, permiten la entrada de una
Bohemia es un silencioso oasis rodeado por altos picos volcánicos. A difer-
luz cálida en cada habitación, creando impresiones del océano y las montañas
encia de otros hoteles que se encuentran en la isla que ponen todo su énfasis
a través de las paredes e iluminando los intensos colores que decoran cada
en las formas físicas, aquí lo primero es el huésped. “La idea básica para el
habitación. Las seductoras vistas al mar proporcionan un magnífico ambiente
Hotel Bohemia Suites & Spa fue crear una estructura clara para cada uno de
para el aperitivo en el bar de la planta baja, mientras que las cortinas sueltas y
los huéspedes”, dijo Schmid. “Desde el principio tenía que pensar en los hués-
suaves y las piedras grises y lisas ayudan a relajar a los huéspedes en el Siam
pedes que residen, comen y se relajan en el Bohemia – no sólo en el diseño.
Spa hecho a medida del cliente. Este excelente hotel de diseño de Gran Canaria
Esto significa que yo creé el Bohemia para los huéspedes y no para el diseño”.
ha sido creado por P49, el equipo de arquitectura más sofisticado de Asia para
Pero, no siempre ha sido así. El edificio original que había aquí fue construido
el lujoso mundo del Spa y Wellness. Aquí, en un mundo de brillantes objetos
en los años setenta, y entonces constaba de 115 habitaciones. Reduciendo este
orientales y bambú negro, el relax se consigue en pocos segundos. También
número a 67, el propietario Rembert Euling ha podido crear espacios vitales
encontramos aquí las entradas a las dos piscinas climatizadas, una interior y
muy abiertos que se extienden fácilmente de dentro a fuera. Complementados
otra exterior. En los pabellones de tratamiento del jardín del hotel, los hués-
pedes pueden olvidarse del mundo y abrazar las antiguas y liberadoras técnicas del pasado, incluidos los higiénicos baños de vapor y los tradicionales masajes que alivian la tensión. El sótano conduce a un vistoso gimnasio
de alta tecnología con ventanas que se abren al área de la piscina, un área privada de Wellness y un tranquilo
jardín de bambú. A muy pocos pasos de este mundo privado se encuentra el espléndido y soleado jardín del
hotel con dos piscinas al aire libre climatizadas y terrazas en las que se puede probar una de las macedonias de
frutas más famosas. La tentadora fragancia de la recién cortada citronela que chisporrotea en la cocina abierta
del Hotel Bohemia atrae a los huéspedes al restaurante y salón de la terraza de arriba, donde las impresionantes
vistas de la volcánica Gran Canaria y el océano son el acompañamiento ideal para los cócteles. Con la garantía
de un atento servicio, podrá ir a la playa con una fresca bebida mezcla de armoniosos estilos del Bohemia. Para
el área de la piscina al aire libre, el arquitecto paisajista español Luis Vallejo seleccionó jarrones UB, SR y A
en tamaños y texturas diferentes, plantados con palmeras, musgos y suculentas. Para el vestíbulo y área del
comedor en la entrada al hotel, el arquitecto seleccionó jarrones de la serie AH y AB con decorativas palmeras.
Atelier Vierkant workplace, January 2013
Kempinski Hotel
Kitzbühl
Recently, the Kempinski Hotel in Jochberg reopened its doors to the public.
reation. With a total of 300 m2, the indoor and outdoor, fresh and salt water
It offers 148 spacious rooms and suites with panoramic views of the sur-
pools give plenty of space to enjoy the bathing experience. The Steinberg res-
rounding mountain scenery. A particular advantage is the location of the
taurant with up to 200 seats for the breakfast buffet and dinner and the Pan-
new Kempinski hotel with its immediate proximity to the ski slopes in the
Asian lifestyle restaurant “Sra Bua by Wini Brugger” with around 40 seats
middle of the extensive ski area in the Kitzbühel Alps. With its concrete fa-
provide guests with deliciousness’s. The culinary offer is complemented by
cade covered with wooden shingles and its many glass facades, its designs
a bar and a lobby with a fireplace on the first floor, the Mountain Health
is different from the classical architecture. Straight lines, corners, edges – its
Bar and a café offering delicious pastries close to the entrance of the hotel.
look is as distinctive as the views of the rugged rocks of the surrounding
In the outdoor area Herbert Günther opted for repetition of UF – Series in
Kitzbühel Alps. The 3,600 m2 spa area of the hotel offers exclusive products
grey taupe finish. For the lobby , the architect chose a configuration of BTV
and a wide range of spa treatments, movement therapy, relaxation and rec-
columns with U-vases, which are used on the front desk as well.
Letztes Jahr, das Kempinski Hotel in Jochberg war wieder geöffnet für die Gäste. Es biedet„ verfügt über 148 großzügige Zimmer
und Suiten mit Panoramablick auf die umliegende Bergwelt. Ein besonderer Vorteil ist die Lage des neuen Kempinski-Hotels
direkt an der Piste, in der Mitte des weitläufigen Skigebietes der Kitzbüheler Alpen. Der 3.600 Quadratmeter große Wellness-Bereich des Hotels lädt mit einem umfangreichen Angebot und exklusiven Produkten zu Wellness-Behandlungen, Bewegungstherapie, Entspannung und Erholung ein. Eine 300 Quadratmeter umfassende Indoor- und Outdoor-Poollandschaft mit Süß- und
Salzwasserbecken bietet darüber hinaus ausreichend Platz für das Badevergnügen der Gäste. Für das leibliche Wohl sorgen das
Steinberg, mit bis zu 200 Plätzen, in dem das Frühstücksbuffet und das Abendessen angeboten werden, sowie das panasiatische
Lifestyle-Restaurant „Sra Bua by Wini Brugger“ mit etwa 40 Plätzen. Ergänzt wird das kulinarische Angebot durch eine Bar mit
Kaminlobby in der ersten Etage sowie einer Mountain Health Bar und einem Café mit feinster Patisserie im Eingangsbereich. Für
die Aussengestaltung, plante Herbert Günther eine Serie UF80 Tongefässe in Grau Taupe Farbe. Für die Lobby und umgehend
die Zentralkamin, wahl der Architekt verschiedene BTV – Saüle aus, mit U- Gefässe, so wie bei der Rezeption.
Gruppo Unipol
Bologna
Photography © Frassinago18
Il progetto per l’ingresso della sede Unipol a Bologna si sviluppa con
Frassinago 18
l’intento di inserire degli elementi naturali in contrasto con la forte arti-
Un nuovo modo di interpretare l’esterno, dove natura e design donano una qual-
ficiosità dell’atrio introducendoli tuttavia con grande armonia nel con-
ità non stimabile al normale stile di vita: Frassinagodiciotto. Dalla progettazione
testo e adattandoli ai volumi e agli spazi di questo ambiente. La forte
all’arredamento, dalla realizzazione di spazi outdoor permanenti alla creazione
verticalità del volume architettonico si riflette nello sviluppo verticale
di eventi e allestimenti temporanei, un vero e proprio laboratorio di architettura
degli elementi verdi e dei loro contenitori, creando una situazione di
del paesaggio, che abbraccia diverse discipline, dalla botanica all’urbanistica,
grande concordanza formale. I materiali invece si pongono in contrasto:
dall’architettura al design per realizzare qualsiasi tipologia di progetto. Fondato e
il verde e i vasi di terracotta naturale della serie M si immettono in uno
guidato da Cesare Marzocchi, Frassinagodiciotto trasforma i pensieri del cliente in
spazio caratterizzato da vetro, cemento e resina. Inoltre, una ripetizione
realtà, ammirabili e vivibili, curando ogni dettaglio con materiali di qualità, in un
di vasi B snelli ed eleganti crea un’atmosfera di leggerezza tra strutture
perfetto accordo tra estetica e funzionalità.
e passaggi più larghi e pesanti.
Cherfane Penthouse
Beirut Lebanon
Photography © Mariagroup
Located on the outskirts of Beirut, on a hill overlooking the city, the penthouse occupies the last 2 floors of an existing building. The lower level serves as the living and sleeping quarters, while the upper level serves as the recreation area. All internal
perspectives have been conceived to maximize the view towards the sea. The roof is designed to allow for vertiginous views:
balustrades are located at a split level so that from the entrance, one has an unobstructed 180 degree visibility towards the city
beyond. Reclining loungers are tailor made to fit within the floor thickness. An infinity pool placed in front of the gym room
further enhances the idea. Thermo-treated wood decking lines the floors and some of the walls; basalt stone is used on the bar
and barbecue corner. Mariagroup chose a series of Bcubes to limit the wooden staircase that leads to the terrace ; the architect
selected a grey UE80 vase with white engobe, planted with a colorful Bougainville.
MariaGroup is an architecture and interior design firm dedicated to providing sensible de-
as Jordan, Damascus and KSA. Over the years, the firm’s dedication to smart design and
sign solutions for all manner of projects covering a wide range of programs and sizes, with
impeccable quality and finishing has lead it to establish an international and multicultural
the utmost attention to detail. This family run firm, located in Beirut Central District, oper-
network of handpicked artisans, manufacturers and suppliers of the highest standard. Fur-
ates with an efficient team of architects, interior designers and design technicians whose col-
thermore, MariaGroup aims to remain up-to-date with the latest trends and technologies of
laboration and interaction yield projects with a remarkable level of refinement and maturity.
the design and architecture world by regularly attending international trade fairs for con-
At MariaGroup, the team is committed to providing a personalized and engaged service
struction, furniture, textiles and others... As a finishing touch, MariaGroup makes good use
to clients whether the program is large or small, private or public, from residential to com-
of its expertise in the field of rare objects, antiques and notable artwork to bring the project to
mercial or cultural. The team has managed to set-up an infrastructure to conceive, detail and
a well rounded level of completion. Clients of MariaGroup can expect the same dedication in
supervise the execution of high standard projects in several countries outside Lebanon, such
all services, from conception and design, to execution and supervision of turn-key projects.
Bahía Urbana
San Juan Puerto Rico
Photography © José Gutierrez
Last October, Pier 6, part of the exciting first stage of Puerto Rico’s fabulous 87 acre Bahía Urbana bayside project, was inaugurated as the islet’s
newest attraction. A bright waterfront pedestrian park with lush landscaping and outdoor seating leads to a new dock area for seaplanes and
water taxis and has moorings for all ships and mega yachts. A pedestrian bridge continues access to Piers 7 and 8 where a waterfront walkway,
an urban beach, a restaurant, a dock for sailboats, a stage for concerts
an other events, and a trapeze school are currently being inaugurated.
Once completed , the huge Bahía Urbana urban redevelopment project
will occupy the bayfront from Pier 6 all the way to Club Nautico de
San Juan on the extreme east end of the islet and will include housing,
markets for local products and artisans, more than 290.000 square feet
of commercial space, hotels and additional open spaces for recreation.
505Design is a privately owned multi-disciplinary design firm with offices located in Boulder, Charlotte, and San Francisco. As a young company, 505Design specializes in project visioning, building design, environmental signage,
graphics, planning, interiors and urban interiors/streetscapes. With a full-time
staff of over twenty professionals, it employs architects, interior designers, environmental graphic designers, as well as seasoned project managers. Focusing largely on creating the vision of project story (brand development), it offers
comprehensive creative services to a wide variety of public and private clients.
Driven by a goal of creating unique, culturally and regionally connected projects that relate directly to the aspirations of their clients, 505Design identifies
the core values and goals to create a targeted message and design focused on
differentiating and distinguishing projects in the marketplace.
En Octubre 2012, el Muelle 6, parte de la primera etapa del fabuloso proyecto portuario de
87 acres de extensión conocido como Bahía Urbana, fue inaugurado y se ha convertido en el
mas reciente atractivo de la isleta capitalina. Un bien iluminado parque peatonal frente al
mar con hermosos jardines y bancos al aire libre conduce a un nuevo muelle para hidroaviones y taxis acuáticos que tambien tiene atracadero para grandes navios y megayates. Un
puente peatonal provee acceso a los Muelles 7 y 8., donde se estarán inaugurando un paseo
frente al mar, una playa urbana, un restaurante, un muelle para veleros, una tarima para
conciertos y otros eventos y una escuela de trapecistas. Una vez completado, el enorme
proyecto de redesarrollo urbano conocido como Bahía Urbana ocupará el frente portuario
desde el Muelle 6 hasta el Club Naútico de San Juan en el extremo este de la isleta e incluirá
viviendas, mercados para artesanos y venta de productos locales, mas de 29.000 pies cuadrados de espacio comercial, hoteles y espacios adicionales de recreación.
Pacific Peninsula
California
Known for the integration of contemporary light- filled spaces withtin the
framework of timeless architectural styles, Pacific Peninsula Architecture has
designed custom residential projects ranging from remodels and additions up
to the largest estate properties throughout Northern California. With over
twenty years of experience and three hundred residential and commercial projects to date, Pacific Peninsula Architecture maintains a vision for exceptional
design coupled with a goal of complete client satisfaction. Working in conjunction within the umbrella of of Pacific Peninsula companies as well as outside
with third party vendors and consultatnts, Pacific Peninsula Architecture has
earned a reputation for excellence in architectural design on par with the best
designers in the region.
Current page, Cypress Residence, Monterey, where white/beige MU vases have
been placed at both sides of the entrance.
Photography © Marion Brenner
Next page, Walsh Residence, San Francisco, where a series of MU100 in black
athracite clay is put in place next de steps towards the entrance of the house.
Photography © Bernard André
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