Adaptive Reuse

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 **************************************Felipe Oliveira Baptista exhibition at MUDE – Museu do Design e da Moda, Lisbon, Portugal. Exhibition design by Bureau Betak. Display Design, Booth Design, Store Design, Commercial Design, Commercial Interiors, Alexandre De Betak, Bureau Betak, Retail Interior Design, London Design Festival

London Web Design & SEO Journal Referencing Website

If your business is going to succeed, then you need to modernise it wherever you can by investing in an online presence. Having a professional website is no longer optional and it’s expected of businesses. Unfortunately, all too often companies sell themselves short by attempting to create their own web designs or by simply cutting costs and using a template website. At first glance, it may seem like a solid …

Image 7 of 39 from gallery of Salt Museum / Malcotti Roussey Architectes + Thierry Gheza. Photograph by Nicolas Waltefaugle Architecture Résidentielle, Commercial Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Adaptive Reuse, Sky Garden, Interior And Exterior, Villa, Museums

Museo de la Sal / Malcotti Roussey Architectes + Thierry Gheza

Construido por Malcotti Roussey Architectes,Thierry Gheza en Salins-les-Bains, France con fecha 2009. Imagenes por Nicolas Waltefaugle. Este proyecto de restauración patrimonial es parte de un proceso de revalorización histórica de la localidad de Salin...

Huge skylight church - Tarragona, Spain - 2011 by Ferran Vizoso architecture. I would love to walk around in that space. So beautiful, and such a good idea to revamp an old church Architecture Renovation, Church Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Beautiful Buildings, Architecture Details, Classical Architecture, Modern Church, Adaptive Reuse, Church Design

Ferran Vizoso + Núria Bordas > 1 Huge Skylight Church

Fuente: Ferran VizosoFotografía: José HeviaRestauración de la antigua iglesia de Corbera d’Ebre, Terra Alta, TarragonaInterior y ExteriorEl principal objetivo de la intervención fue la

Architecture: Moritzburg Museum Extension by Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos: “.an extension to a museum inside a ruined castle.The architects inserted the extension above the century stonework of the Moritzburg Museum. Parasite Architecture, Cultural Architecture, Architecture Extension, Architecture Cool, Architecture Renovation, Building Renovation, Contemporary Architecture, Building Extension, Museum Architecture

Nieto Sobejano scores Estonian cultural centre for composer Arvo Pärt

Spanish firm Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos has won a competition to design a woodland cultural centre for the organisation run by Estonian composer Arvo Pärt.

Huge skylight church - Tarragona, Spain - 2011 by Ferran Vizoso architecture. I would love to walk around in that space. So beautiful, and such a good idea to revamp an old church Architecture Renovation, Church Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Beautiful Buildings, Architecture Details, Classical Architecture, Modern Church, Adaptive Reuse, Church Design

Ferran Vizoso Architecture Preserves the Ruins of a Baroque Church

The ruins of a church in Corbera d’Ebre, Spain are inventively preserved by Ferran Vizoso Architecture

Stone and corten facade - Can Ribas by Jaime J. Ferrer For?s - Palma de Mallorca, Spain Architecture Design, Gothic Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Windows Architecture, Installation Architecture, Industrial Architecture, Building Architecture, Design Exterior, Interior And Exterior

Can Ribas / Jaime J. Ferrer Forés

Completed in 2011 in Palma, Spain. Images by José Hevia. Neighborhood revitalization and preserving the elements of industrial heritage are the aims of this urban project being undertaken in the La Soledat...

The Mint / FJMT - part demolition of stone wall - "layers" - new glass balustrades, canopy - steel>stone connections - glazed window insertion vs. Organic Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Architecture Details, Conservation Architecture, English Cottage Interiors, Stone World, Glass Balustrade, Wrought Iron Gates, Adaptive Reuse

The Mint / FJMT

Completed in 2009 in Sydney, Australia. Images by John Gollings. The Mint Project is the transformation of one of Sydney’s oldest and most precious historical sites on Macquarie Street into a new meaningful public...