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Set into a steep hillside, the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) includes a 1,200-seat concert hall, a 400-seat theatre, three performance studios as well as recording and editing facilities.
Project name
Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC)
Architecture firm
Grimshaw
Location
Troy, NY, USA
Photography
Paul Rivera/Archphoto, Peter Aaron/Esto
This community consists of habitable modules that are assembled and disassembled in different places to learn about the environment and its different ways of life, a concept that is based on forms interpreted by the work of surrealism.
Project name
Habitable Modules 33
Architecture firm
Veliz Arquitecto
Location
United States
Tools used
SketchUp, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
Overlooking the water in Bay Harbor this home was designed as a sequence of experiences that frame the beautiful views and lead to a seamless transition between interior and exterior architecture, filled with natural light. The tropical foliage was key on this residence due to the plenty of windows that help create the transition.
Project name
99 Residence
Architecture firm
SDH Studio Architecture + Design
Location
Bay Harbor, Florida, United States
Photography
David Hernandez
Designed by award-winning architect Chad Oppenheim, this new single-family house located on the last vacant lot in the exclusive Bal Harbour residential community in Miami is an elegant stone and concrete structure that creates a dynamic interplay between the landscape and the interiors while arraying ample space for both entertaining guests and pr...
Project name
Bal Harbour House
Architecture firm
Oppenheim Architecture / Chad Oppenheim
Location
252 Bal Bay Drive, Bal Harbour, Florida, USA
Photography
Kris Tamburello
Texas is arguably one of the most overlooked states when it comes to magnificent architecture, which is a shame given its rich culture means that some of the buildings located around the city are truly breathtaking.
Written by
Carol Trehearn
Photography
Falkenpost (cover image), Daniel Schwen, Janreagan, Michael Barera, Nsaum75
Valerie Schweitzer Architects: Inspired in part by the closing of a butterfly’s wings and other organic forms, this 350 square-foot art studio and private office for a family home in Westport, Connecticut, provides a serene refuge.
Project name
Butterfly Studio
Architecture firm
Valerie Schweitzer Architects
Location
Westport, United States
Photography
Tom Leighton, Paul Bartholomeuw
We designed an all-timber structure with the realization of creating a beautiful but raw and simple but complex interior space defined by a rational structure of 48 columns (trusses). The trusses meet at the top in compression rings (35), all of which are connected to 34 circles (horizontal members), each one representing one year of Burning Man’s...
Project name
Holon Temple
Architecture firm
FR-EE / Fernando Romero Enterprise
Location
Black Rock Desert, Nevada, USA
Tools used
AutoCAD, Rhinoceros 3D, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
The Iranian architect Reza Mohtashami has designed Sky Point Villa, a contemporary house for a family of three to be built in Bedford Hills, a hamlet and census-designated place in the Town of Bedford, Westchester County, New York, United States.
Project name
Sky Point Villa
Architecture firm
Mohtashami Studio
Location
Bedford Hills, New York, USA
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, V-ray, Adobe Photoshop