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Kurilpa Bridge / By Cox Architecture

December 13, 2011


Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaCox ArchitecturePost By:Kitticoon Poopong Photo © Courtesy of Christopher Frederick Jones World Architecture Festival 2011 – Category Winner: TRANSPORT Kurilpa Bridge is the world’s largest structure to be based upon the principles of ‘tensegrity’, the term coined by Richard Buckminster Fuller to describe a system of balanced compressive and tensile forces. Continue Reading>>

Samitaur Tower / By Eric Owen Moss Architects

October 19, 2011


Culver City, California, United StatesEric Owen Moss ArchitectsPost By:Kitticoon Poopong Photo © Courtesy of Tom Bonner The Samitaur Tower is an information tower, constructed at the corner of Hayden Avenue and National Boulevard immediately across from the new Expo light rail line arriving from downtown Los Angeles in June, 2011. That intersection is the primary entry […]

Top of Tyrol, Mountain Peak Platform / By LAAC Architekten

September 26, 2011


Mount Isidor – Stubai glacier in Tyrol, AustriaLAAC ArchitektenPost By:Kitticoon Poopong Photo © Courtesy of LAAC Architekten During recent years a number of observation platforms have been created attempting by different means to confront the visitor with the beauties of nature.Continue Reading>>

BIG Wins the Stockholmsporten Master Plan

May 9, 2011


Stockholm, SwedenBIGPost By:Kitticoon Poopong Image © Courtesy of BIG—Visualization BIG + Grontmij + Spacescape are the winning team for the Stockholmsporten master plan competition to design an inviting new entrance portal into Stockholm at the intersection of a newly planned super-junction.Continue Reading>>

Hill of Water : By Suppose Design Office

March 11, 2011


Ichihara, Japan Suppose Design OfficePost By:Kitticoon Poopong Image © Courtesy of Suppose Design Office Japanese suppose design office have completed a renovation proposal for the hill of water and sculpture in ichihara city, chiba, japan. the site is situated in an industrial area along tokyo bay. the design utilizes existing structures converting them into individual […]