Articles on Perforation

Megalithic Museum by CVDB Arquitectos. Photos Fernando Guerra | FG+SG
 

CVDB repurposes a train station as a home for stones

MORA – A disused train station and accompanying warehouse have been renovated into a museum for megaliths and prehistoric monuments in central Portugal.

The compact, singular volume of the building takes a U-shape.
 

Architectures Anne Démians's waterfront building actively reflects

NANCY – Anne Démians tailors a mixed-use new-build to Nancy's architectural heritage.

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The double-perforated, metal envelope exudes both lightness and depth.
 

Villa Criss-Cross by OFIS braces historicity

LJUBLJANA – A new home in central Ljubljana takes on the district's multifarious heritage.

The building’s angular shapes refers to the industry and docks alongside the river.
 

Médiathèque Choisy-le-Roi by Brenac + Gonzalez

PARIS – The new library in Choisy-le-Roi connects the municipal life to the Seine and its visitors with one another.

A series of terraces culminate on the roof, with sweeping views of South Korea's capital.
 

ABC Building by Wise Architecture

SEOUL – The brick screen of this office building offers its users respite from the constant bustle of Seoul.

The building’s blocky composition reinforces the area’s industrial ambiance.
 

Côté Dock Housing by Philippe Dubus Architectes

LE HAVRE – 65 new dwellings have been added to the ageing dock in Le Havre in an ongoing effort to revitalise the neighbourhood.

The building sits at the southern edge of the city’s urban core and the university campus.
 

Faculty of Engineering and IT by Denton Corker Marshall

SYDNEY – This enigmatic, angular building is part of ongoing efforts to create an 'iconic and connected campus' at Sydney's University of Technology.

The building forms part of a redevelopment on the edge of existing railway tracks.
 

RÉZO by Architectures Anne Démians

PARIS – An office building in Paris' 17th arrondissement accommodates a generic programme within its highly distinct and contextual outer skin.

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Architects bring light and space into a former basement.
 

Art Gallery by L'Atelier Senzu

LONDON – A young Parisian outfit just realised its first built project: a refurbishment of a small art gallery in east London.

The modest building carefully negotiates its context while acting as a marker for future developments in the area
 

Lucie Aubrac School by Saison Menu Architectes

ROUBAIX – The building responds to multiple conditions in the immediate context and anticipates future developments in the neighbourhood.

The structure combines bold form with a translucent skin
 

Winterthur Station Square by Stutz Bolt Partner

WINTERTHUR – The large canopy looming over the Winterthur bus terminal is both a bold, stripped down sculpture and an impressive feat of Swiss engineering.

The ground floor of Villa Kavel 01 features expansive views of surroundings, opening it to the exterior.
 

Villa Kavel 01 by Studioninedots

AMSTERDAM – The minimalist, concrete villa is surprisingly responsive to its site and local regulations.