具体建筑设计,表明为什么它是现代建筑的未来:第2部分

您对现代建筑的定义是什么?这是高玻璃摩天大楼吗?或者是通过未来派形式更好地定义的架构,而不是材料?我相信未来是由我们过去铺设的,因此未来将包括具体而是更精致的它。混凝土是地球上最常用的材料。它也是二氧化碳的第二大发射器,水泥制造占年度排放的5%至7%。但是我们可以停止使用这款大规模面料的一部分的产品吗?那些新材料的长期影响如何?我相信我们所需要的是我们现有的材料和流程的调整,以更好地补充我们的星球和在这些建筑设计中使用混凝土告诉我材料在这里留下来!

Almost surreal in appearance, the ‘House Inside a Rock’ byAmey Kandalgaonkarcreates a contrast – using a natural stone shape carved from years of battling with nature and a concrete and glass interior to carve out the living space. Taking influence from the rock-cut tomb architecture of Saudi Arabia’s Madain Saleh, this ancient archaeological site is the perfect mix of the old and the new. The designer of the concept says, “When I first saw the images of rock cut-tomb architecture, I knew I had to use it as an inspiration in an architectural project. There is a huge amount of architectural heritage laid out for us by past builders and I believe they did a great job of integrating built environments in natural elements.”

格雷厄姆·伯希尔的愿景Birchall & Partners Architects,“泡泡房”包括11个圆形圆顶,每个圆形圆顶,直径为4到8米,导致共20间客房!这间三级房屋位于澳大利亚,包括三间卧室,两间浴室,媒体,车间,葡萄酒库和厨房。该设计还拥有大型户外空间,如主要露台,两个阳台和高尔夫球座。而且最好的是,如果这款独特的设计捕捉到您的眼睛,它可以出售$ 1,800,000 AUD - Tony Stark,这可能是下一个复仇者总部!

建筑师的另一种特殊设计Amey Kandalgaonkar,这个设计标题在沙漠中的房子'想象一个由强风雕刻的雕刻,无情地吹过沙漠景观。设计围绕着天然岩层,几乎保持了原始形成的质地。几乎拥抱岩石,设计与旧的对抗新的并置以及我们如何看到他们俩都能共存的未来

Heatherwick StudioZeitz of Contempore Art Africa(Mocaa)是世界上最大的博物馆,致力于非洲当代艺术及其侨民。9楼,9,500平方英尺的室内装饰向镇的工业历史致敬。筒仓在1990年陷入了废弃,这是当希瑟维克进入现场时,将这个里程碑转变为文化震中。工作室说:“我们很兴奋,有机会解锁这一原始的终身结构,并将其转化为人们的某个地方,以便看到和享受非洲大陆的最令人难以置信的作品。技术挑战是寻找一种方法来雕刻出来的空间和画廊的十手高管状蜂窝,而不会完全破坏原始建筑的真实性。“

Czech studiosFormafatalRefuel Works设计了艺术别墅,一个混凝土别墅坐落在哥斯达黎加的丛林中。别墅是一个享有的度假胜地社区的一部分,包括所提供的房屋 - 每种设计都是可持续的,拥有自己的绿色屋顶和多功能展馆。“在设计内部时,我们发现不仅在周围的野生丛林中的灵感,而且在巴西建筑师保罗门德斯达罗奇的工作中,”Formafatal说。

为诺尔罗宾逊建筑师的客户设计,他们想要一个永恒和实用的度假屋,我想他真的很享受他的检疫,俯瞰太平洋,因为如果我有选择,那就是我将在大流行病的地方。这Domik eco-homehas 3 floors, 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, and is one of Australia’s most expensive homes. The exterior is anything but that of a conventional house – it has several large domes stacked upon each other and covered with green roofs to blend in with nature. The unusual shape and use of natural materials truly optimize the natural sunlight and ventilation that Domik gets due to its premium location. It almost looks like the house is wearing a hooded cloak of eco-consciousness. The design also incorporates the collection of roof water to be reused on-site. The internal non-loadbearing walls are made with hempcrete for thermal insulation (and acoustics!). Hempcrete has high carbon sequestration and is a fully recyclable product.

不要让这个设计的架构的简单性Kazunori Fujimoto Architect&Associatesfor a seaside spot in Japan’s Hiroshima Prefecture fool you. The house, named Akitsu, faces the Seto Island Sea and resembles a simple blocky concrete structure with a wide staircase that invites you to enter the home. “The most interesting challenge for this project was to create a comfortable inside silence combined with a new atmosphere of openness,” said the architects. “The use of a polish concrete finish for the living room and the kitchen floor became important in order to give an additional value to the external light.”

这conceptualDESI House通过Tabarq被想在Serene奥地利阿尔卑斯山脉中设置,具有广泛的窗口,真正为全景视图添加另一个维度。脱颖而出是外部的形状,看起来有人在铅笔上滚动一张混凝土,为工艺品课程!似乎是一个主要的高柱面结构,较短的一个包裹它,并从那里移动的“光线”移动,这些方向可能将豪宅划分为不同的翅膀。详细的3D渲染呈现出房屋的豪华特色,如无限距离游泳池,带按摩浴缸和当地植被花园,使屋顶活着 - 字面上。

Architect Gerardo Broissin designed an intriguing pavilion that sits on the lawn at the contemporary art museum Museo Tamayo in Mexico City. The structure looks like it’s right out of another dimension, but it functions as a greenhouse of sorts! The pavilion has been created using concrete panels that come together like a puzzle. NamedEgaligilo或者用英语均衡器,亭子的拼图鼓励的面板铺设在钢架上,与它们突出的泡沫状圆圈。

坐落在里海和西洋森林之间是一个私人居住地设计MADO Architects在伊朗的Sisangan省。客户有一个要求,对隐私的强烈关注。架构师以允许它们相互交叉的帐篷状方式放置混凝土板。交叉平板创造了有趣的几何角度,为结构增加了粗体和独特的感觉。建筑物周围的白话建筑用作灵感的源泉,别墅毫不费力地与它合并。设计用一方开始。脱离,分离和旋转方块的侧面,使得别墅的内部总是用自然光照射。旋转的方形边不仅允许光进入,而且还造成了室内和户外之间的微妙关系。倾斜的固体墙壁撑起屋顶,确保完整和完全隐私。事实上,结构看起来像一张扑克牌的甲板! The oblique walls manage to create a deeply personal space while providing a gentle connection with nature.

野蛮主义者是你的风格吗?检查我们更鼓舞人心的具体建筑设计第一部分of this series.