News and Events » Architecture http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events Thu, 01 Sep 2016 15:43:47 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.10 Archtober Festival Returns to New York City http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events/events-2/archtober-festival-returns-to-new-york-city/ http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events/events-2/archtober-festival-returns-to-new-york-city/#comments Fri, 09 Oct 2015 14:47:45 +0000 http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events/?p=2423 For the fifth year, architecture and design festival – Archtober – returns to New York City. With more than 200 events taking place, this event aims to explore the impact of urban planning, architecture and interior design in the city.

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At the festival, there’s several events taking place throughout October, including lectures, behind-the-scenes tours, film screenings, and exhibitions. This year’s lineup has special focus on landscape urbanism and the history of modernism.

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This year’s festival also marks the debut of Archtober Hall in the South Street Seaport district of Manhattan. The space not only provides a staging location for meet-ups and partner events during the month but also holds the Center for Architecture’s pop-up exhibition “Sea Level: Five Boroughs at Water’s Edge”.

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See Also: HPMKT – THE BEST EXHIBITORS OF THIS YEAR

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What to expect from London festival of architecture 2015 http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events/events-2/what-you-can-expect-from-london-festival-of-architecture-2015/ http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events/events-2/what-you-can-expect-from-london-festival-of-architecture-2015/#comments Fri, 12 Jun 2015 16:56:34 +0000 http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events/?p=1039 This June,  Ireland is the country to be. For art and architectural lovers, The London Festival of Architecture (LFA) has the greatestt interess.  Some of the best architeture public projects are selected through an open call, alongside with projects delivered by LFA partners. Events and activities in conjunction with leading cultural and academic institutions will be happening at the same time. It is an opportunity to present, discuss and challenge current issues within and connected to home architecture as well as landscape architecture.

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Architecture and design gather together at Ireland creating a programme for LFA that includes workshops and events across the city, including New Horizon, We Built This City and a talk titled Who’d be a Young Architect.

Museums, architects, designers, and more will join forces to explore how work spaces—and the nature of work itself—are shifting in today’s landscape architecture.

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Architects including Clancy Moore, TAKA, Steve Larkin, and Hall McKnight have collaborated on two temporary structures in King’s Cross. “New Now Next” gathers the aforementioned group for a discussion about the future of the Ireland’s architectural landscape.

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Installations held at the festival:

GIANT DOLLS’ HOUSE: Go to Shelter on Old Street. Grab a shoebox. Make a model room. Watch as the completed boxes are assembled into a giant house. 1-10 June

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IRISH DESIGN: The festival has a strand all about architecture and design in Ireland. A good place to start is the two temporary structures to be installed in Lewis Cubitt Square, King’s Cross, where you’ll find talks, performances and exhibitions.

WALTHAMSTOW: This rapidly changing area, where all our friends seem to be buying houses, is the focus of some kind of mapping project to identify community assets and then stick QR codes around them to help tell stories.

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THE EXHIBITIONS YOU CAN’T MISS AT LONDON FESTIVAL OF ARCHITECTURE http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events/events-2/the-exhibitions-that-you-cant-miss-at-london-festival-of-architecture/ http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events/events-2/the-exhibitions-that-you-cant-miss-at-london-festival-of-architecture/#comments Wed, 27 May 2015 15:55:21 +0000 http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events/?p=1024 ‘Work in Progress’ is the watchword. Dates: 1—30th June.  The month-long, citywide celebration of architectural experimentation, thinking and practice annual London Festival of Architecture (LFA)  will take place at venues across the city. There’s our selection of the exhibitions that you can not miss at London Festival of Architecture this June.

1. A Clockwork Jerusalem
Architectural Association
9 May—6 June
Weekdays 10am—7pm
Saturdays 10am—3pm
AA Gallery, 36 Bedford Square, WC1B 3ES

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From Stonehenge to council estates, from Ebenezer Howard to Cliff Richard, from ruins and destruction to back-to-the-land rural fantasies, A Clockwork Jerusalem explores how the international influences of modernism became mixed with long standing British sensibilities. Through architecture, records, books and adverts, the exhibition examines how traditions of the romantic, sublime and pastoral, as well as interests in technology and science fiction, were absorbed to create a specifically British form of modernism.
A Clockwork Jerusalem focuses on British modernism at the moment it was at its most ambitious socially, politically and architecturally, but also on the point of collapse. A variety of large scale projects, images, objects and artefacts offer insights into the way architecture was central to manufacturing a new vision of society at a scale inconceivable today. The modern future of Britain was built from an unlikely combination of interests and these projects have changed our physical and imaginative landscapes.
Concept, Curation and Exhibition Design by FAT Architecture and Crimson Architectural Historians. Â Commissioned by the British Council for the British Pavilion, 14th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia 2014.

2. MADS (Materiality, Architecture & Design + Science)
Jestico + Whiles
15—19 June
10am—6pm
Jestico + Whiles Gallery, 1 Cobourg Street, NW1 2HP

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Jestico + Whiles, an architectural firm based in London, has just completed the National Graphene Institute, a research centre at the University of Manchester dedicated to the study of graphene and its commercial applications.
The world’s first 2D material, graphene has broad potential applications across medicine, technology and, in the field of the built environment, it could transform the existing materials we use. Currently a ‘work in progress’, graphene composites could one day be the material of choice with which to construct buildings, given its multiplicity of properties. Along with a collection of images retracing the design process of the newly opened building, the exhibition will present design proposals exploring aesthetic and technical possibilities offered by the uses of graphene in the built environment.
The pieces exhibited will be created by a team of architects and designers as a reflection on the themes of materiality, architectural design and science. There will also be an exploration of patterns generated in various fields of science used as inspiration in the built environment.
With Graphene Week also taking place mid-June, the exhibition will stimulate discussion and debate amongst designers, industry and the public about the application of existing and emerging technologies.

3. Japanese Temple Pavilion at Dorich House Museum
School of Architecture and Landscape, Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture, Kingston University
30 May—3 June
11am—4pm
Dorich House Museum, 67 Kingston Vale, SW15 3RN

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The architecture students from Studio 3.2 at Kingston University led by tutors Takeshi Hayatsu and Simon Jones will collaborate with the Faculty’s 3D Workshop and the Stanley Picker Gallery to install a wooden temple structure in the garden of Dorich House, Kingston Hill. Coinciding with an event called ‘History in Making’ at Dorich House in February 2015, this is the second occasion that the Studio will work with Stanley Picker Gallery to build temporary structures for local communities in the Kingston area.
The Studio has been building temporary wooden structures for the last three years with the Faculty’s 3D Workshops, as part of the on-going investigation into timber construction. All based upon historic timber structures from around the world, to date they have included, a footbridge from Kintaikyo, Iwakuni Japan, the spire formwork from Salisbury Cathedral, England, and the Woodland Cemetery Chapel, Stockholm Sweden. This year, the Studio will build an interpretation of the Temple Gate from Todaiji Nandaimon, Nara Japan.

4. Endo Shuhei: Paramodern Architecture 25/25
Endo Shuhei
24 June—14 July
9am—5pm (closed weekends)
TOTO Gallery, 140–142 St. John Street, EC1V 4UA

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This touring exhibition showcases 25 architectural models from a selection of the Japanese Architect Shuhei Endo’s work. So far, the exhibition has been shown in Stuttgart, Milan and Paris. Shuhei Endo (b.1960) established his studio, the Endo Shuhei Architect Institute, in 1988. His work ranges from small residential projects , cultural centres and educational buildings to large-scale sport stadia and infrastructure. Endo’s work is economical yet imbued with restless energy and deeper levels of meaning. The architectural models displayed in this touring exhibition operate like a Zen riddle, each one poised to become something else once the riddle is solved. In the introductory essay of Endo’s 2013 edition of a monograph published by Electa in 2002, Frédéric Migayrou, Professor of Architecture at UCL Bartlett, describes his work as follows: “A wall becomes a strip, a band that blends into the landscape, the roof is a single disk, suspended above a building.” Despite their playful qualities, Endo’s buildings have certain gravity. Having lived through the great Hanshin earthquake of 1997 himself, Endo is aware that buildings in Japan must be robust and serve to protect people from natural disasters rather than become further cause for casualties. The weightiness of his work is derived from his belief that social responsability is implicit in architecture. Endo’s work is compelling and deserves wider recognition outside Japan. This is Endo’s first major show in the UK.

5. Employment Land Portfolio—Drawings of Tottenham
Lucinda Rogers
1—7 June
11am—5.30pm weekdays
12—4pm weekends
Heyne Tillett Steel, 4 Pear Tree Court, EC1R 0DS

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Lucinda Rogers will show a series of large works on paper that depict the workspaces, yards and skills of industrial manufacturing businesses and trades in Tottenham. The drawings will highlight the types of business that are directly threatened by Haringey Council’s plans to promote high-volume housing development in places where people work, which it describes as “restructuring the borough’s employment land portfolio”. The plans will put many active businesses at risk, jeopardising diversity and local jobs. Lucinda Rogers draws directly from life in ink, crayon and watercolour and often portrays working environments and parts of cities that are seldom seen. Along with others including Cass Cities and the Just Space network she is involved in combating the pervasive, short-sighted approach to regeneration that sees London consuming its own assets in pursuit of housing unit numbers. Engineers Heyne Tillett Steel will host the exhibition at their new premises in Clerkenwell.

6. Culture Shapes the Space: Work is always in Progress
China Design Centre
1—18 June
10am—6pm Weekdays
11am—5pm Saturday
China Design Centre, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, WC1E 7BT

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China Design Centre presents six Chinese award-winning interior designers The first-ever showcase of Chinese interior designers based in China. China Design Centre will host an extraordinary workshop where some of these Andrew Martin International Design China award winners will discuss how their culture has shaped their vision, with UK architects and interior designers.

7. Urban Alchemy
Hilary Powell
23—27 June
UCL, see London Architecture Diary for details

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Through imaginative salvage and experiments in chemical printmaking the project Urban Alchemy explores the material stories and processes of urban transformation. My Leverhulme artist residency in UCL Chemistry has allowed for a year of experimentation with and salvage of demolition site materials in a project where creative production and the poetry and politics of place combine with the science, agency and political ecology of materials.
The book itself  is a 40 page hard cover cloth-bound gilt edged volume in the traditional of an alchemical ‘book of secrets’ exposing the narratives and techniques of the transformation of these materials over this year of experimentation and exchange. It examines a core ‘family’ of demolition site materials –zinc, copper, slate, brick, stone/concrete, steel, aluminium and asbestos through photographs from the demolition site, of the materials undergoing transformation in chemistry laboratory and print studio and of the image outcomes of these creative and chemical changes. This imagery sits alongside a series of poetic narratives of each of these materials.

8. Reinterpreting the Primitive Hut
The Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design & Sir John Soane’s Museum
2 June—5 July
10am—5pm
Closed Sundays, Mondays and Bank Holidays
Sir John Soane’s Museum, 13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, WC2A 3BP

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Sir John Soane’s Museum has invited students from seven architectural units at The Cass to respond to the theme of the Primitive Hut using Soane’s own research and materials, and then develop an installation that will sit outside the Museum throughout June as part of the London Festival of Architecture.The students and tutors from each unit – the latter of which includes Florian Beigel, Philip Christou, Stephen Taylor, Pierre D’Avoine and the Free Unit led by Robert Mull – were given unique access to Soane’s extensive collection on the subject, including drawings, books and models that he used to teach his own architecture students.

9.  Organic Grid+—Vision of the Workplace of the Future
Cassidy + Wilson
15—26 June
9am—5.30pm
Domus Tiles Showroom, 50—52 Great Sutton Street, EC1V 0DF

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Take a look into the Workplace of the Future with Organic Grid+. The international awarding winning entry to Metropolis Magazine Workplace of the Future 2.0 competition by Cassidy + Wilson, gives a unique insight into what our working lives could be like in 2050. The Organic Grid+ sets out to create a conceptual blueprint for the future of the workplace and pushes the boundaries of the way we see our working environment and ask the question “What If?”The exhibition in a fun and informative experience letting users interact with the exhibit and gives people the chance to experience first-hand how technology and nature, often two opposing forces, can be brought together to create exciting opportunities for the future..Imagine a workplace where employees can harvest their own lunch, digitally customise their surroundings and hold meetings in a field 200ft above the ground! All this is possible via the Organic Grid+. Please be sure to bring smart phones and tablets to get the best experience.

10. Phase/Dynamics
Scott Brownrigg
6—13 June
10am—8pm
Scott Brownrigg, 77 Endell Street, WC2H 9DZ

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As part of the London Festival of Architecture 2015, international design practice Scott Brownrigg is holding a free public exhibition entitled “Phase/Dynamics” in the Gallery Space of its Endell Street office.
The exhibition is an expression of accumulation and synthesis in the design process focuses on the transcendental dimension of architecture. It aims to educate and highlight the direct, clear and subtle collective outputs of each RIBA Work Stage.
The exhibition launches with a free interactive workshop on Saturday 6 June which allows members of the public, design professionals and architectural students to consider the purpose of architecture and design as a way to encrypt ideals, to which people can relate to with their own creativity and visionary thoughts.
Through engaging such a timely and provocative topic, we want to provide visitors with the opportunity to explore their own creativity together with building a better understanding of the architectural educational model and the contemporary architectural process of professional immersion.

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THE WINNERS OF ASIA HOTEL DESIGN AWARDS http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events/events-2/the-winners-of-asia-hotel-design-awards/ http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events/events-2/the-winners-of-asia-hotel-design-awards/#comments Fri, 13 Feb 2015 13:55:55 +0000 http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events/?p=1083 On 12nd March was realized the Asia Hotel Design Awards ceremony that took place at Parkroyal on Pickering, Canada. Architecture and design were evaluated and the best architecture and design projects were awarded by a prestigious jury.

Highlight for The Puyu, in China that won 3 categories: Newbuild; Interior Design – Lobby, Lounge & Public Areas and Interior Design – Event Space.

The Asia Hotel Design Awards’s winners are:

1888 Hotel Sydney by Shed Architects 

Winner of Architecture: Historical Building

Location: Sydney, Australia

Completion Date: March 2014

Commissioning Authority: 139 Murray St Pty Ltd

Principal Architect: Shed Architects

Designer: Space Control

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Aqua Mekong Luxury River Cruise Boat

Winner of Architecture – Newbuild (Resort)

Location: Mekong River

Completion Date: August 2014

Commissioning Authority: Aqua Expeditions

Principal Architect: noor

Designer: noor

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The Puyu

Winner of Architecture – Newbuild (urban)

Location: Wuhan, China

Completion Date: May 2014

Commissioning Authority: HongJing Real Estate Development

Principal Architect: Layan (Melbourne)

Designer: Layan (Melbourne)

Winner of Interior Design – Lobby, Lounge & Public Areas

Location: Wuhan, China

Completion Date: May 2014

Commissioning Authority: HongJing Real Estate Development – Wuhan

Principal Architect: Layan

Designer: Layan

Winner of Interior Design – Event Space (Conference, Banqueting & Meetings)

Location: Wuhan, China

Completion Date: May 2014

Commissioning Authority: HongJing Real Estate Development – Wuhan

Principal Architect: Johannes Hartfuss; Os Kong

Designer: Johannes Hartfuss; Os Kong

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Manhattan Bar, Regent Singapore

Winner of Interior Design – Bar

Location: Singapore

Completion Date: 01 Feb 2014

Commissioning Authority: Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts

Principal Architect: N/A

Designer: Distillery

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The Ritz-Carlton

Winner of Interior Design – Bedrooms & Bathrooms

Location: Kyoto, Japan

Completion Date: February 2014

Commissioning Authority: Sekisui House

Principal Architect: Nikken Sekkei

Designer: Remedios Studio

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The Woods at Four Seasons

Winner of Interior Design – Cafe Bar or All Day Dining

Location: Sydney, Australia

Completion Date: 2013

Commissioning Authority: Four Seasons Hotels

Principal Architect: Michael McCann

Designer: Dreamtime Australia Design

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Shinsen at Shangri-La

Winner of Interior Design – Restaurant

Location: Shenyang, China

Completion Date: November 2013

Commissioning Authority: Shangri-La Hotel, Shenyang

Principal Architect: Stickman Tribe Ltd

Designer: Stickman Tribe Ltd

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Chi Spa & Pool Shangri-La Lhasa

Winner of Interior Design – Spa & Wellness

Location: Tibet, China

Completion Date: April 2014

Commissioning Authority: Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts

Principal Architect: LTW Designworks

Designer: LTW Designworks

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Naumi Hotel

Winner of Interior Design – Suite

Location: Singapore

Completion Date: August 2014

Commissioning Authority: New World Hospitality

Principal Architect: Architect Of Records

Designer: White Jacket

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It was Announced the Shortlist for Asia Hotel Design Awards 2015 http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events/events-2/it-was-announced-the-shortlist-for-asia-hotel-design-awards-2015/ http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events/events-2/it-was-announced-the-shortlist-for-asia-hotel-design-awards-2015/#comments Thu, 12 Feb 2015 13:25:40 +0000 http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/news-and-events/?p=1054 Architecture and design from around the world gather together converging in over 150 projects from across Asia for the inaugural Asia Hotel Design Awards.

The shortlist has been announced and we give you firsthand the list of the best architecture and design projects.

On Thursday 12 March 2015, the winners will be presented at the awards ceremony during Singapore Design Week at Parkroyal on Pickering.

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Between the 1 August 2013 and 1 September 2014 is the term to apply to the contest.

It follows a shortlist of what kind of projects can be awarded:

Architecture – Historical Building
Anantara Phuket Layan Resort & Spa, Phuket, Thailand by Nava Studios

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Architecture – Newbuild (resort)
Aqua Mekong Luxury River Cruise Boat, Mekong River by Noor

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Interior Design – Bar
Cook & Brew at The Westin Singapore by FBEYE International

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Interior Design – Bedrooms & Bathrooms
New World Makati Hotel, Manila, Philippines by White Jacket

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Interior Design – Event Space (Conference, Banqueting & Meetings)
Grand Hyatt Shenyang, China by Hirsch Bedner Associates

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Interior Design – Spa & Wellness
Heavenly Spa by Westin, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia by AW LAKE Spa Concepts

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There is just some of the projets that are on the running to the design contest. You can see the the full list at Asia Hotel Design Awards 2015’s website.

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