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People’s Architecture Office

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Beijing-based People’s Architecture Office was founded by He Zhe, James Shen and Zang Feng in 2010, and consist of an international team of architects, engineers, product designers and urbanists. The studio has been honored with international awards including multiple Architizer A+ Awards and Red Dot Awards as well as the World Architecture Festival Award.
With the belief that design is for the masses, PAO aims to be conceptually accessible and culturally pragmatic. Our work is always socially motivated. The office is a historic courtyard house in the center of Beijing and functions as a laboratory for observation, testing, and building. People’s Architecture Office draws inspiration from social and cultural issues that arise from practicing in one of the most tumultuous and lively locations today.
In collaboration with our sister company People’s Industrial Design Office, PAO strives to integrate product design and architecture. We view this as a way of bringing architecture to a broader public.

Main projects:
– Courtyard House Plugin, Beijing, China
– Tubular Baitasi, Beijing, China
– People’s Canopy , Preston, Lancashire, England
– 21 Cake Headquarters, Beijing, China
– River Heights Pavilion, Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, China
– River Heights Residences, Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, China
– Juxing Tower Showroom, Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, China
– Container Stack Pavilion, Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, China

Work in progress:
– Baitasi Street Façade Renovation, Beijing, China
– Courtyard House Plugin, Beijing,China
– Dali Village UNESCO Office, Guizhou Province, China
– Dali Village Information Center, Guizhou Province, China
– Qiyun Mountain Courtyard Renovation, Huangshan, China
– Kolkata Chinatown Urban Rejuvenation Project
– Cangzhou Planning Exhibition Hall, Hebei Province, China

Project selected for Archmarathon: Courtyard House Plugin



Álvaro Siza and Carlos Castanheira

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Álvaro Siza
Álvaro Joaquim de Melo Siza Vieira was born in Matosinhos in 1933. He studied architecture at the Fine Arts School of Porto between 1949 and 1955, and its first project in 1954. He was a collaborator of Prof. Fernando Távora between 1955 and 1958. He taught at ESBAP between 1966 and 1969; rejoined in 1976 as Assistant Professor of “Construction”. Was Visiting Professor at the Polytechnic School of Lausanne, the University of Pennsylvania in Los Andes School in Bogota, Graduate School of Design of Harvard University as “Kenzo Tange Visiting Professor taught at the Architecture Faculty of Porto.
He works in Porto city.
He has received numerous awards and honors including the Pritzker Prize in 1992 , the Wolf Prize for the Arts in 2001, the RIBA ‘s Royal Gold Medal in 2009 and the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at the 13th International Architecture Exhibition Venice in 2012.

Carlos Castanheira
Carlos Castanheira, Lisbon, June 1957. Graduated in Architecture from the School of Fine Arts in Porto (1976-1981). Lived in Amsterdam from 1981 to 1990 where he worked as an Architect and studied at the Academie voor Bouwkunst van Amsterdam. In 1993 he founded the practice Carlos Castanheira & Clara Bastai, Arquitectos Ldª with the Architect Maria Clara Bastai. Working mainly in the private sector, he has acted as juror on competition panels, participated in conferences, has been involved in setting up Architectural education courses and workshops, has curated and organized exhibitions, and has edited and published books and catalogues. Since he was a student he has been collaborating with the Architect Álvaro Siza in various projects in Portugal but principally abroad.
Prize for Timber Construction 2005 – AIMMP
National Prize for Architecture in Timber 2011 – AFN/MA
Best Wine of Tourism 2015 – Regional winner in Architecture and Landscape

Main projects:
– Anyang Pavilion, Anyang, South Korea – 2006
– Mimesis Art Museum , Paju Book City, South Korea – 2009
– House in South Korea, Jeju Island, South Korea – 2011
– AMOREPACIFIC R&D Campus, Yongin, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea: Mizium Building (R&D Center) – 2010, Pavilions 1 – 2010, Pavillion 2 – 2010, Gate House – 2010, Guest House – 2013, Canopy – 2013
– Reception House – Taifong Golf Club, Chang Hua County, Taiwan – 2014
– The Building on the Water – Shihlien Chemical, Huai’an City, JJiangsu Province, China – 2014

Work in progress:
– Club House – Taifong Golf Club, Chanh Hua County, Taiwan: Club House, Tea House, Gate House
– Chinese Design Museum – Bauhaus Collection, China Academy of Arts Campus, Hangzhou, China
– Dongqian Lake Club Houses, Dongqian Lake . Ningbo, China
– Ningbo Education Museum, Dongqian Lake . Ningbo, China
– Renewal of the Hotel Sun Sun, Praça Ponte e Horta, Macau
– Saya Park Pavillion, Gyeongsangbuk-do,  South Korea
– Jeju Tea House, Jeju Island, South Korea
– Mausoleum Fam. Lin, Jin Baoshan, Taipei County, Taiwan

Project selected for Archmarathon: Office on the water



ZUS

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Founded in 2001 by Elma van Boxel and Kristian Koreman, ZUS is an interdisciplinary design bureau for city and landscape, with offices in Rotterdam and New York.
ZUS is currently working with an international team on a metropolitan vision for Marseille (France), a plan for the New Meadowlands in New Jersey (US), and the design for a music venue and a cinema in Rotterdam (NL). Their unsolicited advice and activist attitude saw them win the Maaskant Prize for Young Architects and receive a nomination for Architect of the Year in 2012.
They are Visiting Professors at Syracuse University School of Architecture, lead the ‘Gentrification Lab NYC’ and are working on their new book, The New Re-public – City of Permanent Temporality (2016, NAi010 Booksellers).

Main projects:
– Almere Duin, landscape urbanism, Almere – 2014
– Luchtsingel, architecture, Rotterdam – 2014
– Park Pompenburg, landscape, Rotterdam – 2014
– Hoogwatergeul, infralandscape, Veessen – 2014
– De Nieuwe Stad, urbanism, Amersfoort – 2014
– Luchtsingel, architecture, Rotterdam – 2012

Work in progress:
– Annabel, Grandcafe, Club, Popodium
– Raboes, landscape, housing
– De Nieuwe Stad, urban development
– A9, infrastructure
– Métropole d’Aix-Marseille-Provence, area development
– Zeesluis IJmuiden. infrastructure
– Gentrification Lab NYC, research

Project selected for Archmarathon: Luchtsingel pedestrian bridge



Vo Trong Nghia Architects

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Founded in 2006, Vo Trong Nghia Architects (VTNA) is a leading architectural practice in Vietnam with offices in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. More than 60 international architects, engineers and staffs work closely on cultural, residential and commercial projects worldwide.
By experimenting with light, wind and water, and by using natural and local materials such as bamboo, stone, soil, green etc., VTNA employ a contemporary design vocabulary to explore new ways to create green architecture for the 21st century, whilst maintaining the essence of Asian architectural expression.
Recently, VTNA completed a residential project entitled “House for Trees”, in which the trees are grown on top of the houses, resulting in a raised garden that provides shades to the spaces underneath. The aim is to bring greenery back to the city, providing opportunity for the urban residents to enjoy the nature.

Main projects:
– Naman Retreat
– Farming Kindergarten
– House for Trees
– Binh Thanh House
– Stacking Green
– Vietnam Pavilion in EXPO Milano
– Diamond Island Community Hall
– Son La Restaurant
– Dailai Bamboo Complex
– Wind and Water Bar

Work in progress:
– Sheraton Resort in Phu Quoc
– FPT University HCMC
– Viettel Academy
– Chic-land Hotel
– Castaways island resort

Project selected for Archmarathon: Hotel Babylon



Labics

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Labics is an office of architecture and urban planning founded in Rome in 2002 by Maria Claudia Clemente and Francesco Isidori. Combining the theoretical approach with applied research, the field of interest of the office extends from interior design to the scale of urban masterplans, going through the different scales and complexities of the project. The name of the practice – Labics – expresses the concept of a laboratory, a testing ground for advanced ideas. Theoretical research and its practical applications form an integral and important part of the practice’s work.
The research conducted at Labics is geared towards an architecture open, relational and structured, capable of guiding the transformation of a context and of a territory, experiencing different relation with the context and defining new social and urban geographies.
Labics has won several national and international competitions, among which we must remember the MAST in Bologna (2006) and “Città del Sole” in Rome (2007). Among the urban projects has to be mentioned the New Urban Center of Torrespaccata in Rome, currently under development. Since 2003 to 2014 the practice has been responsible for the general concept, interior design and architecture of Obikà, an international chain of bars and restaurants specialising in Italian food located in Milan, Rome, London, Florence, New- York, Tokyo, and Kuwait City.
Labics has been invited to exhibit in different exhibitions among which it has to be mentioned the 11°, 12° and 14° Architecture Biennale in Venezia. Most of the projects have been published in national and international magazines.

Main projects:
– Città del Sole, Rome, Italy – 2015
– Restaurant Mamma Mia, Rome, Italy – 2015
– Credito di Romagna, Rome, Italy – 2015
– Obikà Broadway, New York – 2014
– Multifunctional building G.D, Bologna, Italy – 2013
– Obikà South Kensington, London, UK – 2012
– Fontana square in Quinto de Stampi, Rozzano, Milan, Italy – 2011
– Walkway at Trajan’s Forum, Rome, Italy – 2004
– Canyon House, Rome, Italy – 2004
– Italpromo & Libardi associati headquarters, Rome, Italy – 2004
– Roman Tabernae at the Trajan’s Forum, Rome, Italy – 2003
– Podere 43, Albinia, Grosseto, Italy – 2002

Work in progress:
– Masterplan Wuhu, Anhui, China
– Scalo San Lorenzo, Rome, Italy
– Housing masterplan Le Serre, Tirane, Albania
– Torrespaccata Masterplan, Rome, Italy
– Maggiore General Hospital in Milan, Milan, Italy
– Temporary Pavillion, Milan, Italy
– Olive oil Mill, Seggiano, Italy
– Casa Sollievo della Sofferenza Hospital, San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy

Project selected for Archmarathon: Città del Sole



DGT. Dorell.Ghotmeh.Tane / Architects

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DGT. Dorell.Ghotmeh.Tane / Architects is an international partnership founded in 2006 in Paris and practicing Architecture, Urbanism and Design in the broadest sense of these disciplines: a research driven process, a spatial archeology, generating cutting edge yet extremely sensitive projects be it an architectural intervention, a dance scenography or an art installation.
The practice is lead by three architects: Dan Dorell, Lina Ghotmeh and Tsuyoshi Tane and collaborates with a multicultural team of more than 15 architects and professionals of interdisciplinary fields.
The partnership gained an international reputation through its design of the Estonian National Museum and through a series of cutting edge yet phenomenally sensitive projects. DGT is today one of the leading practices of architects. It has been widely published and has won several awards among which the NAJAP 2007-08’ – French Ministry of Culture Architecture 2008 Prize, The Ressegna Lombarda di Architettura 2008 Prize in Italy and was selected as one of the «10 for 2010 Visionary Architects for a new decade» by the European Architects Review.

Main projects:
– Memory feild – EE01_Estonia national museum, Tartu, Estonia – 2016
– A House for Oiso, Oiso, Japan – 2015
– The Bump – Renault Salon de l’automobile, Paris, France – 2015
– Light is time – Citizen In Milano Salone, Milan, Italy – 2014
– Luce Tempo Luogo – Toshiba Milano Salone, Milan, Italy – 2011

Work in progress:
– Ré-Alimenter Masséna, Paris, France
– Stone Gardens, Beirut, Lebanon

Project selected for Archmarathon: A house for Oiso



AWP+HHF

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AWP (Marc Armengaud, Matthias Armengaud, Alessandra Cianchetta)
AWP (Alessandra Cianchetta, Marc Armengaud, Matthias Armengaud) is an office for territorial reconfiguration and a, award-winning practice that works across scales and genres – from the 160 ha strategic masterplan for the Paris CBD to pavilions, landscapes, interiors, exhibitions and publications. Current works include a 85,000 square-metre housing and mixed-use sector project in Lausanne, a 70,000 square-metre public space adjoining the Grande Arche de la Défense, Poissy Galore, a sequence of public buildings and follies in a park by the Seine and an exhibition in collaboration with the Louvre. AWP’s work is regularly presented at venues worldwide such as Maxxi, Cité de l’Architecture, MoMA, the Storefront for Architecture and has been featured in NY Times, Le Monde, Wallpaper and PIN UP magazine.

HHF (Tilo Herlach, Simon Hartmann and Simon Frommenwiler)
HHF Architects was founded in 2003 by Tilo Herlach, Simon Hartmann and Simon Frommenwiler. Since then, HHF Architects have realized numerous projects in Switzerland, Germany, China, France, Mexico and the USA. The scope of work ranges from urbanism and large-scale construction to public pavilions and interior design.
From the beginning HHF was looking for collaborations with other architects and artists to widen its view and enrich the quality of specific proposals. In this context, worldwide perceived group projects such as Ruta del Peregrino and the fruitful collaboration with the Chinese artist Ai Weiwei emerged. In addition to building, teaching is an important activity of the office.

Main projects AWP:
– Poissy Galore, Carrières sous Poissy, France – 2015
– Paris showroom for fashion designer Rick Owens, Paris, France – 2014
– Geneve Villes et Champs, Geneva, Switzerland – 2014
– Paris La Nuit, Paris, France – 2013
– Nanterre’s paper factories scoping study, Nanterre, France – 2013
– Private renovation of a 1930’s apartment, Paris, France – 2013
– Evry Water Treatment Plant: 3 completed new buildings, 6000 square metres, Communauté d’agglomération d’Evry, Evry, France – 2012
– Ile de la Jatte 1, Neuilly, France – 2012
– Ile de la Jatte 2 Playtime, Neuilly, France – 2012
– St-Etienne Jacquard Square urban lounge, St-Etienne, France – 2012
– LAM: Sculpture Park for Lille Métropole Modern, Villeneuve-d’Ascq, Lille, France – 2010
– AIA Offices, Paris, France – 2010

Work in progress AWP:
– L’Orée de Crissier MEP, Lausanne, Switzerland
– Masterplan for the public spaces of La Défense, Paris, France
– Jardin de l’Arche, Paris, France
– House for a designer, Montreuil, France
– Strategic vision and project to renew a series of underground parkings in Paris CBD La Défense, VINCI, Paris, France
– Urban and territorial Masterplan for all the public spaces, Nanterre (Paris), France
– Urban and territorial Masterplan, La Réunion, Indian Ocean
– Cycle-hub building, Landmark, Café, Canopy and regeneration of public realm, Malmo Quay, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK
– L’Orée de Crissier River Park, Commune de Crissier, Lausanne, Switzerland
– Urban Mutations exhibition design, Cité des Sciences, Paris, France

Main projects HHF:
– Labels 2, fashion center, Berlin, Germany
– Artfarm, gallery and art storage, Salt Point, New York, USA
– Ruta del Pelegrino, lookout point, State of Jalisco, Mexico
– Lichtstrasse, mixed-use housing and restaurant, Basel, Switzerland

Work in progress HHF:
– Mall of Ku’damm, facades, roof-garden and courtyard, Berlin, Germany
– Weggishof, mixed-use housing, Weggis, Switzerland
– Dom Revolucije, adaptation and reconstruction of the never finished brutalist structure by Marko Mušič, Nikšić, Montenegro
– Landskronhof, mixed-use housing, Basel, Switzerland

Project selected for Archmarathon: Poissy Galore



Ares Partners and Atelier Liu Yuyang Architects

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ARES Partners
ARES Partners was founded in 2007 in Shanghai. It begins with an insistence on design excellence and a belief of Architecture and Interior Design are inseparable. We believe that a small and professional practice will flourish outside the confines of a large corporation and provide better service to its clients.
The philosophy of the practice is to seek innovative and functional design solutions to each challenge. Through the rendering of space, light and natural materials complement a project’s programmatic needs and spatial characteristics.
In additions, urban context, building technology, craft and details along with meaningful client dialogue, work to meet the budget and schedule are all as primary parts of the process. We believe that authenticity, creativity and effective execution and proficient management are the keys to a successful project.

Atelier Liu Yuyang Architects
Based in Shanghai, Atelier Liu Yuyang Architects (ALYA) works to improve the built-environment in an honest, meaningful and sustainable way. Their core values are firmly rooted in the local while embracing forces of the global. They approach each project with a high level of clarity, methodology, and experimentation. Since founding we have always aimed to produce the highest quality of public works and private commissions that are both forward-thinking and research-based. Amongst our early projects were the acclaimed Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art (Shanghai MoCA), Nanjing Rd. Pedestrian Kiosks, and Qingpu Environmental Monitoring Station. Some of our recent and current works include a mixed-use complex involving manufacturing, design, conferencing, dining and clean-energy facilities for an automobile R&D park, a public elementary school designed to represent the fabric of a canal-town, an accelerating production building adjacent to a high-speed rail track, a farmhouse renovated boutique hotel nestled within the rural Li River valley in Guangxi, a water-front brown field re-development masterplan, and within that masterplan an ecological sports park grown directly out of a dumpsite of waste building materials. As a fully independent and privately-owned professional practice, we have establish a long-term partnership of technical consultancy and international collaborators, with a strong emphasis on cross-displinary design integration for our professional services.

Main projects Ares Partners:
– Yun LU Resort, Xinping, Guilin
– HOW Center Headquarter Office, Shanghai
– The Sino-British College USST Shanghai Campus expansion and renovation
– Nanjing Development Zone Administrative Service Center, Nanjing
– Sino Century Investment Company Shanghai Office Interior, Shanghai
– ChangJia Land Exhibition Center, Changshu
– Sigma Film Club, Shanghai (Collaboration: Atelier Liu Yuyang Architects)
– Shanghai Racquet Club & Apartments, Renovation and Expansion, Shanghai
– Channel News Asia Shanghai Office Interior, Shanghai
– Baccarat Flagship Store in Shanghai IFC tower, Shanghai

Main projects Atelier Liu Yuyang Architects:
– Shanghai ZhangJiang IC Harbour Huaxin Wisdom Park (Collaboration: Atelier Archmixing) – 2012-16
– Shanghai Jiangqiao Riverfront Aite Park (Collaboration: CHORA)- 2014-15
– Nanjing Zijin Tech-biz Zone Startup Area Pilot Plant Area – 2012-15
– Shanghai Anting Autotown R&D Harbour – 2010-15
– Shanghai Wuyuan Rd. Studio Renovation – 2014
– Guangxi Xingping Yunlu Resort (Collaboration: ARES Partners) – 2013-14
– Shanghai Jiading Xiangdong Clubhouse Facade Renovation and Landscape – 2010- 12
– Shanghai Qingpu Yu Cai Bridge – 2010-11
– Qingpu Environmental Monitoring Station – 2009-11
– Guan Shu Yuan Hutong NO.18 Renovation – 2010

Work in progress Ares Partners:
– Old Factory Renovation
– HOW Private Museum, Shanghai, China
– Boutique Hotel, Northern Guilin, China
– Lake Spring Resort, Jiangsu, China
– Private Residence – Renovation and New Addition, Shanghai, China
– Boutique Resort in SHE Ethnic area, China
– Boutique Hotel- Conversion from a Rice Barn

Work in progress Atelier Liu Yuyang Architects:
– Beijing XiDian Sales Centre
– Shenzhen Vanke LiuXianDong Greenarea Plot 06-05 (Collaboration: OWA/ One Design/ Fans’ Studio)
– Shanghai Dishui Lake Sailing Club
– Shanghai Zhangjiang Middle Area Kindergarten
– Shanghai Shenyao Art Centre and Boutique Hotel
– Shanghai Anting Autotown Primary School
– Shanghai ZhangJiang IC Harbour Plot 1 (Collaboration: Atelier Archmixing)

Project selected for Archmarathon: YunLu Eco-Resort



00 Architecture

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00 Architecture is a collaborative design studio of architects, programmers, technologists, social scientists and urban designers practicing design beyond its traditional borders. We work with individuals, governments, corporations and communities to solve problems and anticipate change, and to design successful platforms and places. Our aim is to reach beyond the design of objects themselves to the social, economic and environmental systems behind them. Our office brings together skills in action-led research, urban design strategy, architecture and coalition-building with a detailed understanding of how the physical fabric of buildings can be accompanied by innovative, engaging and collaborative processes. Alongside award-winning research and built projects, our conceptual work investigating the role of citizens in making cities and institutions has continued to gain recognition in recent years, in particular with our publication The Compendium for the Civic Economy, published with Nesta, and A Right to Build, on the topic of housing design, economics and custom build processes winning the Riba President’s Medal for Research in 2012.

Main projects:
– SOAR Works, Sheffield
– Manor Works, Sheffield
– The Foundry/Social Justice Centre, London

Work in progress:
– National College of Digital Skills, London

Project selected for Archmarathon: The Foundry



Tabanlıoğlu Architects

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Istanbul-based architectural firm, with its long family tradition, started with Dr. Hayati Tabanlioğlu (Architect of Atatürk Cultural Center, Istanbul Atatürk Airport and Galleria, first shopping mall of Turkey). Spanning over six decades, the office demonstrates a professionalism based on rigor and know-how. Searching for new efficiencies in terms of global and environmental needs and developments, the practice is currently engaged in major assignments worldwide, having offices in Ankara, Dubai, Doha and London with more than 170 employees, operating mainly in Turkey, MENA and CIS Countries, Tabanlıoğlu works comprise a wide range of building types. Respecting resources and existing values, the office aims high to benefit new technologies, envisioning needs of people of our era of novelties and rapid changes.
Tabanlıoğlu Architects was established in 1990 by Murat Tabanlıoğlu and his father Hayati Tabanlıoğlu, and Melkan Gürsel (AIA Int.) joined the group in 1995.

Main projects:
– Istinye Residence, Istanbul – 2015
– Zorlu Levent, Istanbul – 2014
– Dakar Congress Center, Senegal – 2014
– Bodrum International Airport, Mugla – 2012
– Esas Aeropark, Istanbul – 2012
– Selcuk Ecza HQ, Istanbul – 2012
– Astana Media Center, Kazakhstan – 2011
– Sipopo Congress Center, Equatorial Guinea – 2011
– Loft Gardens, Istanbul – 2010
– Astana Arena, Kazakhstan – 2009

Work in progress:
– Astana Train station
– Halaskargazi Mixed Use, Istanbul
– Incek Loft, Ankara
– Nidakule Levent, Istanbul
– Renovai, Istanbul: Renovia
– Yenitepe Kadıköy, Istanbul
– Rönesans Turan, Izmir
– Crystal Towers, Dubai
– Ataköy Waterfront, Istanbul
– Oran Residence, Istanbul: One Tower Residence

Project selected for Archmarathon: Dakar International Conference Center