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Architect Day: Alberto Campo Baeza

Architect Day: Alberto Campo Baeza

Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza has his projects recognized worldwide and has won numerous international awards. campobaeza.com Born in Valladolid, where his grandfather was architect, Alberto Campo Baeza moved to Cadiz and then Madrid where he began his studies in architecture. Over time it became teacher at ETSAM, School of Architecture of Madrid. Baeza has taught at several schools of architecture around the world, as the ETH in Zurich, Pennsylvania, Dublin, Copenhagen and BAUHAUS. With his work recognized worldwide, the office of Alberto Campo Baeza has won several awards for his projects. Little White Box, Spain photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com Junta Castilla Leon, Spain photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com Rufo House, Toledo, Spain photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com Between Cathedrals, Cadiz, Spain photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com The MA: Andalucia’s Museum Memory, Spain photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com Olnick Spanu House, NY, USA photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com Moliner House, Spain photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com DBJC House, Spain photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com photo © campobaeza.com

Architect Day: LENSASS Architects

Architect Day: LENSASS Architects

Office located in Belgium, working on renovations, residential and commercial projects. lensass.be LensAss Architects, office formed by Bart Lens, works with renovations and new buildings, both commercial and residential. Taking advantage of stocks or using rustic and local materials, they like to integrate environments with a rustic approach and contemporary elements, creating bold and stylish spaces. With offices in Hasselt and Brussels, the firm provides solutions for very unconventional projects. Saint-Gillis School, Saint-Gillis, Belgium photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be House C, Koersel, Belgium photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be Saint-Martinus, Saint-Truiden, Belgium photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be Maldegem Town Hall, Maldegem, Belgium photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be GP practice, Tongeren, Belgium photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be Valerie Traan, Antwerp, Belgium photo © Verne Photography photo © Verne Photography photo © Verne Photography photo © Verne Photography photo © Verne Photography House Dr, Beverst-Bilzen, Belgium photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be House LA, Alken, Belgium photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be photo © lensass.be

Architect Day: Carl Turner Architects

Architect Day: Carl Turner Architects

Office located in London and headed by Carl Turner, presents projects with very interesting solutions. ct-architects.co.uk Carl Turner studied at the Royal College of Art in London and after working for Norman Foster and Penoyre and Prasad, formed the Turner Castle partnership. The firm has earned a reputation for its high quality residential projects. In 2006 his office reformulated and renamed Carl Turner Architects. Their designs are recognized for high impact and low cost and were awarded several times. Magnificent HD, London, UK photo © Tim Crocker photo © Tim Crocker photo © Tim Crocker photo © Tim Crocker Slat House, London, UK photo © Keith Collie photo © Keith Collie photo © Keith Collie photo © Keith Collie photo © Keith Collie St Edmund’s, London, UK photo © David Grandorge photo © David Grandorge photo © David Grandorge Lift up, London, UK photo © ct-architects.co.uk photo © ct-architects.co.uk photo © ct-architects.co.uk Slip House, London, UK photo © Tim Crocker photo © Tim Crocker photo © Tim Crocker photo © Tim Crocker photo © Tim Crocker photo © Tim Crocker Stealth and Ochre Barn, London, UK photo © Tim Crocker, Jeremy Phillips and Damian Russell photo © Tim Crocker, Jeremy Phillips and Damian Russell photo © Tim Crocker, Jeremy Phillips and Damian Russell photo © Tim Crocker, Jeremy Phillips and Damian Russell photo © Tim Crocker, Jeremy Phillips and Damian Russell photo © Tim Crocker, Jeremy Phillips and Damian Russell photo © Tim Crocker, Jeremy Phillips and Damian Russell Frame House, London, UK photo © Ben Murphy, Ioana Marinescu and Simon Page Richie. photo © Ben Murphy, Ioana Marinescu and Simon Page Richie. photo © Ben Murphy, Ioana Marinescu and Simon Page Richie. photo © Ben Murphy, Ioana Marinescu and Simon Page Richie. House for 2 designers, London, UK photo © Keith Collie photo © Keith Collie photo © Keith Collie McCann Erickson, London, UK photo © Keith Collie photo © Keith Collie photo © Keith Collie

Architect Day: no.555

Architect Day: no.555

Office founded in 2005 by architect born in Fukushima, Takuya Tsuchida. number555.com Takuya Tsuchida was born in 1973 in Fukushima in Japan. In 1992 was graduated from the Prefectural Koriyama High School and in 1996 at the Kanto Gakuin University. After graduation he worked in the office Takuya Maesawa Architects for 5 years and TNdesign for over 2 years. In 2005, he founded the Office No.555, number fives architectural design office which in 2009 received the Good Design Award. Planter, Yokohama, Japan photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com Nest, Nagano, Japan photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com House with a Alley, Fukushima, Japan photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com House spent with park, Chiba, Japan photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com The house floating room, Tokyo, Japan photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com KSBAH, Nagano, Japan photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com photo © number555.com

Architect Day: Sanjay Puri

Architect Day: Sanjay Puri

Founded in 1992 in India by the architect Sanjay Puri, the office has received numerous international awards. sanjaypuriarchitects.com Formed in 1992, Sanjay Puri Architects office currently has more than 70 professionals in three offices located in India, Mauritius, Montenegro, United Arab Emirates and Spain. Develop innovative sustainable solutions, creating exciting spaces to be experienced and at the same time functional. Sanjay Puri has received 21 international awards, including the Hospitality Design Award in 2012 in the city of New York. Triose, Lonavala, India photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com Silver Metropolis, Mumbai, India photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com Keys Hotel, Trivendrum, India photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com Urban Fluid House, Mumbai, India photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com Chrome Hotel, Kolkatta, India photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com Boutique Hotel, Hyderabad, India photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com Capitol Residency, Ranchi, India photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com CIE, Cochin, India photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com Silvernest, Navi Mumbai, India photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com Rustomjee School, Mumbai, India photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com photo © sanjaypuriarchitects.com

Architect Day: Richard + Bauer

Architect Day: Richard + Bauer

Founded in Phoenix and with offices in California too, Richard + Bauer is a partnership of architects Richard James, Kelly Bauer and Stephen Kennedy. richard-bauer.com Formed by architects James Richard, Kelly Bauer and Stephen Kennedy, Richard + Bauer's office was founded in 1996 in Phoenix in the United States. Graduated from the University of Arizona, Richard in 1985, Bauer in 1982 and Kennedy in 1986. They feature a wide variety of projects, but the highlight are the work of libraries and colleges, where they present different solutions in structure and coatings, resulting in large buildings in the cities where are inserted. Arabian Library, Scottsdale, USA photo © Bill Timmerman, Mark Boisclair photo © Bill Timmerman, Mark Boisclair photo © Bill Timmerman, Mark Boisclair photo © Bill Timmerman, Mark Boisclair photo © Bill Timmerman, Mark Boisclair Bryant Bannister Tree Ring Laboratory, Arizona, USA photo © VStudios3D photo © VStudios3D photo © VStudios3D Desert Broom Library, Phoenix, USA photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman Harmon Library, Phoenix, USA photo © Mark Boisclair photo © Mark Boisclair photo © Mark Boisclair Howard Residence, Phoenix, USA photo © Robert Wreck photo © Robert Wreck photo © Robert Wreck photo © Robert Wreck Interdisciplinary Science + Technology Building 2, Arizona, USA photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman Library Media Center, Glendale Community College, USA photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman Meinel Optical Sciences Building, University of Arizona, USA photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman Natural Sciences Building, Scottsdale, USA photo © Mark Boisclair photo © Mark Boisclair photo © Mark Boisclair photo © Mark Boisclair photo © Mark Boisclair Prescott Valley Library + Yavapai College, USA photo © Rick Brazil, Mark Boisclair photo © Rick Brazil, Mark Boisclair photo © Rick Brazil, Mark Boisclair photo © Rick Brazil, Mark Boisclair Quince Douglas Library, Tucson, USA photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman photo © Bill Timmerman South Mountain Community Library, USA photo © Bill Timmerman, Mark Boisclair photo © Bill Timmerman, Mark Boisclair photo © Bill Timmerman, Mark Boisclair photo © Bill Timmerman, Mark Boisclair photo © Bill Timmerman, Mark Boisclair photo © Bill Timmerman, Mark Boisclair

Architect Day: Artechnic

Architect Day: Artechnic

Office founded by Japanese architect Kotaro Ide in 1994 in the city of Tokyo. artechnic.jp Kotaro Ide was born in Tokyo in 1965 and in 1989 graduated from the Dep 'of Architecture, College of Art and Design at Musashino Art University. After graduation he worked at the Ken Yokogawa Architects & Associates office in 1995 and founded the office Artechnic Architects. In 2011 Kotaro began teaching in the department of architecture at Nihon University College of Science and Technology. Breeze Residence, Tokyo, Japan photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp YNO Residence, Tokyo, Japan photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp Rosie House, Tokyo, Japan photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp Shell House, Nagano, Japan photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp NKM Residence, Tokyo, Japan photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp YMG Residence, Kanagawa, Japan photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp IKD Residence, Tokyo, Japan photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp photo © artechnic.jp

Architect Day: Wiel Arets Architects

Architect Day: Wiel Arets Architects

With great projects in Holland, WAA from the architect Wiel Arets, has a successful career, including awards and publications, works with amazing quality space and harmony of structure and materials. wielaretsarchitects.com Wiel Arets was born in Heerlen in the Netherlands in 1955. The son of a painter and a designer, learned to love books, creating the habit of reading, as well as respect for craftsmanship, materials and manufacturing. Furthermore grew up speaking 4 languages​​, French, German, Dutch and local dialect, because the multicultural society established in the city. After completing his engineering studies in Heerlen, Arets studied architecture at the Eindhoven University of Technology. Hedge House, Wijlre, Netherlands. photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com Hedge House, Wijlre, Netherlands. photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com Hedge House, Wijlre, Netherlands. photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com Hedge House, Wijlre, Netherlands. photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com Hedge House, Wijlre, Netherlands. photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com Hedge House, Wijlre, Netherlands. photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com After completing his studies Wiel Arets traveled to Japan on a journey of six weeks researching and writing articles for a Dutch magazine. When he returned he opened his own office in Heerlen, and in a few years already design two of his most important projects, the Academy of Art and Architecture and AZL Pension Fund Headquarters, gaining recognition and international awards. In 1997, he moved to Maastricht, where he built his home and office. WAA in 2004 opened its second office in Amsterdam and 4 years after the third in Zürich. V’ Tower, Eindhoven, Netherlands photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com Utrecht University Library, Netherlands photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com G’ House, Lanaken, Belgium photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com Four Towers Osdorp, Amsterdam, Netherlands photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com H’ House, Maastricht, Netherlands photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com Police Station Boxtel, Netherlands photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com Police Station Vaals, Netherlands photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com Sports Campus Leidsche Rijn, Utrecht, Netherlands photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com Regiocentrale Zuid, Maasbracht, Netherlands photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com photo @ wielaretsarchitects.com

Architect Day: de Architekten Cie.

Architect Day: de Architekten Cie.

Office in Amsterdam, works with more than 50 professionals and also has a studio in Croatia and another one in Asia. cie.nl . Pi de Brujin completed his studies at the Faculty of Architecture at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in 1967. He moved to London where he worked on the city council in Southwark. When he returned to Amsterdam, PI worked for Municipal Housing Department and stabilized as an independent architect in 1978. In 1998 he founded the office Brujin Architekten Cie. Also today has the members Branimir Medic and Pero Puljiz, and besides the headquarters in Amsterdam have offices in Croatia and Asia. ‘Acanthus’ office building, Amsterdam, Netherlands photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ ‘Europa’ mixed-use building, , Amsterdam, Netherlands photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ Le Maire, Arnhem, Netherlands photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ ZLTO head office, ’s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ Plaza ArenA office buildings, Amsterdam, Netherlands photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ Place Vendôme, Zwolle, Netherlands photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ New Amsterdam, Zuidas Amsterdam, Netherlands photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ Westerdokseiland, Amsterdam, Netherlands photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ 'The Whale' residential complex, Amsterdam, Netherlands photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ ‘Het Funen’ residential complex, Amsterdam, Netherlands photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ Kop van Zuilen, Utrecht, Netherlands photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ Café-restaurant OPEN, Amsterdam, Netherlands photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ Dadong Art Center, Kaohsiung, Taiwan photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/ photo © cie.nl/

Architect Day: el dorado

Architect Day: el dorado

Office from Kansas City in the United States with more than 15-year of career. eldo.us .In 1995, Jamie Darnell, Doug Stockman, Dan Maginn, Chris Kelsey and David Murrell began to take classes in welding and opened their store of metal objects. The following year they formed the El dorado inc., Located on a property where are divided between the metal store and the architecture office. The Botwin Building, Kansas City, US. photo © eldo.us The Botwin Building, Kansas City, US. photo © eldo.us The Botwin Building, Kansas City, US. photo © eldo.us The Botwin Building, Kansas City, US. photo © eldo.us The Botwin Building, Kansas City, US. photo © eldo.us In 1998, Kelsey and Murrell came out and David Dowell joined the architectural firm and manufacturing. In 2001, El dorado inc only became an architectural firm. With the focus set to work, office earned commissions and awards, earning a reputation in Kansas City, one of the goals of the group of architects.Willoughby Design Barn, Weston, US photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us TWA Building, Kansas City, US photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us Society for Contemporary Photography, Kansas City, US photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us Flex Storage II, Topeka, US photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us The Finn Lofts, Wichita, US photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us 5 Delaware Lofts, Kansas City, US photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us Westside Residence, Kansas City, US photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us Echo Ridge Duplexes, Topeka, US photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us Unitarian Fellowship of Lawrence, US photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us Cox Communications, Topeka, US photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us photo © eldo.us

Architect Day: Re-Format

Architect Day: Re-Format

Office based in Hampshire in the UK, Re-Format presents diverse solutions for new and existing buildings. re-format.co.uk .Re-Format is an architecture studio specializing in architectural services, graphic design and consultation services for construction. Led by partners architects Neil Armitage, Stephen Lampard, David Lovegrove and Rex Milton, the office staff develops projects rethinking conventional solutions, diversifying the solutions for each project. Renovating existing buildings, expanding or creating new buildings, Re-Format presents interesting educational and residential projects among others.Beam Cottage, Farnham, UK photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk St. John’s School, Marlborough, UK photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk Langley Green Centre, Crawley, UK photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk Prior’s Court Post 19, Priorscourt Wood, UK photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk Woodlands Meed, Farnham, UK photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk Lee on Solent Infant School, UK photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk Down Grange Sports Pavillion, Hampshire, UK photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk photo © re-format.co.uk

Architect Day: fuse-atelier

Architect Day: fuse-atelier

Office founded in 2003 by Japanese architect Shigeru Fuse. fuse-a.com.Shigeru Fuse was born in the city of Chiba in Japan and graduated in architecture at the Musashino Art University. He also studied at the Tokyo Institute of Technology from 1985 to 2002, also he worked in the office Shigeru Daiichi-Kobo Associates. Hekida House, Nagano, Japan. photo © Shigeru Fuse Hekida House, Nagano, Japan. photo © Shigeru Fuse Hekida House, Nagano, Japan. photo © Shigeru Fuse Hekida House, Nagano, Japan. photo © Shigeru Fuse Hekida House, Nagano, Japan. photo © Shigeru FuseIn 2003, Shigeru founded his own architecture firm called fuse-atelier. Today is a professor at Musashino Art University and has in his office a large variety of residential projects.Abiko House, Chiba, Japan photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda Kaijin House, Chiba, Japan photo © Shigeru Fuse photo © Shigeru Fuse photo © Shigeru Fuse photo © Shigeru Fuse Suedo House, Saitama, Japan photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda Takahama House, Chiba, Japan photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda Mizue House, Tokyo, Japan photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda Hasama House, Chiba, Japan photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda Nishiogii-Kita House, Tokyo, Japan photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda photo © Hiroshi Ueda Gunma Museum of Art Tatebayashi, Japan photo © fuse-a.com photo © fuse-a.com photo © fuse-a.com photo © fuse-a.com Hall / Student Practice Women's Junior College, Tokyo, Japan photo © fuse-a.com photo © fuse-a.com photo © fuse-a.com

Architect Day: JEMS Architekci

Architect Day: JEMS Architekci

Office founded in 1988 by three Polish architects, features a diverse set of works, especially housing projects. jems.pl .Jerzy Szczepanik-Dzikowski was born in 1945 in Lublin in Poland and graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at Warsaw University of Technology in 1972. Olgard Jagiello was born in Warsaw in 1947 and beyond to study at the same university from Jerzy, also graduated from the Academy of Fine Art in Warsaw. Also born in Warsaw, Maciej Milobedzki received his diploma in 1985. 19th DISTRICT Housing Complex, Warsaw, Poland. photo © jems.pl 19th DISTRICT Housing Complex, Warsaw, Poland. photo © jems.pl 19th DISTRICT Housing Complex, Warsaw, Poland. photo © jems.pl19th DISTRICT Housing Complex, Warsaw, Poland. photo © jems.plFrom 1984 to 1989 Olgierd and Jerzy worked together in a studio for a cooperative architecture. In 1988 with the participation of Maciej founded the JEMS office that today has more 5 partners that coordinate a large team of professionals. Their projects have yielded numerous major awards and publications.GASIOROWSKIEGO Housing Complex, Warsaw, Poland photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.plAvagarden Housing Complex, Warsaw, Poland photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.plSingle family house, Warsaw, Poland photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.plNew Palm House, Warsaw, Poland photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.plCristal Park Office Building, Warsaw, Poland photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.plWILANOWSKA Housing Complex, Warsaw, Poland photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.plResidence in Konstancin, Warsaw, Poland photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.plNIEDZWIEDZIA Residential Building, Warsaw, Poland photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.plTOPAZ Office Building, Warsaw, Poland photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl photo © jems.pl

Architect Day: +31ARCHITECTS

Partnership between the Dutch architect Jasper Suass and the Swiss Jorrit Houwert formed together in the same college in Delft. plus31architects.com . Jasper Suasso, born in Laren in the Netherlands in 1975 and Jorrit Houwert, born in Domach, Switzerland, in 1974, founded the office +31 ARCHITECTS in 2005, after working together in the office of Marc Prosman in Amsterdam. House Westzijde, De Hoef, Netherlands. photo © plus31architects.com House Westzijde, De Hoef, Netherlands. photo © plus31architects.com House Westzijde, De Hoef, Netherlands. photo © plus31architects.com After spending a year studying on an exchange at the Ecole D'Architecture de Montpellier in France, Jasper graduated in 2001 with Jorrit at Delft University of Technology. With a few years of the career the office +31 ARCHITECTS presents interesting projects in the Netherlands, especially houses in Amsterdam. Watervilla Amsteldijk, Amsterdam, Netherlands photo © Iwan Baan photo © Iwan Baan photo © Iwan Baan photo © Iwan Baan photo © Iwan Baan photo © Iwan Baan photo © Iwan Baan Waterhouse Ijburg, Amsterdam, Netherlands photo © Colin Morsch photo © Colin Morsch photo © Colin Morsch photo © Colin Morsch Watervilla Ijsbaanpad, Amsterdam, Netherlands photo © Colin Morsch/Gianni Basso photo © Colin Morsch/Gianni Basso photo © Colin Morsch/Gianni Basso photo © Colin Morsch/Gianni Basso photo © Colin Morsch/Gianni Basso photo © Colin Morsch/Gianni Basso Watervilla Horn, Weesp, Netherlands photo © plus31architects.com photo © plus31architects.com photo © plus31architects.com photo © plus31architects.com Watervilla De Omval, Amsterdam, Netherlands photo © Colin Morsch/Gianni Basso photo © Colin Morsch/Gianni Basso photo © Colin Morsch/Gianni Basso photo © Colin Morsch/Gianni Basso photo © Colin Morsch/Gianni Basso photo © Colin Morsch/Gianni Basso photo © Colin Morsch/Gianni Basso

Architect Day: Matteo Thun

Reference in the architecture world and author of inspiring projects, Matteo Thun presents works in Italy, Germany, Switzerland and other countries. matteothun.com Matteo Thun was born in Bolzano in Italy in 1952. He studied at the Salzburg Academy and graduated in architecture in Florence in 1975, moving to Milan three years later, where he met Ettore Sottsass, who became his business partner. Heidis Prefab House. photo © matteothun.com Heidis Prefab House. photo © matteothun.com Heidis Prefab House. photo © matteothun.com In 1981 he was co-founder of the Memphis group, design movement that led the events of the 80s. When he left the office he founded the group Thun Studio Matteo Thun in 1984. His name became a reference in the Italian and world architecture, expanding its work to important countries like Germany and Switzerland. With a beautiful career, including numerous awards, beautiful designs, Matteo joined the Hall of Fame in New York in 2004. Fire-house B&O, Bad Aibling, Germany photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com Bio Mass Power Plant, Schwendi, Germany photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com Pergola residence, Algund - Meran, Italy photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com Vigilius Mountain Resort, Lana – Merano, Italy photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com Tortona 37 Multi-Purpose Complex, Milan, Italy photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com Binder Woodcenter Executive Pavilion, Kösching - Ingolstadt, Germany photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com Thun Logistic Industry, Mantova, Italy photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com Hugo Boss Industries Strategic Business Unit, Coldrerio , Switzerland photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com Coca-Cola, Dietlikon - Zurich, Switzerland photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com photo © matteothun.com

Architect Day: Cino Zucchi Architetti

Office founded by Italian architect Cino Zucchi, presents a portfolio of projects with large public and residential buildings. zucchiarchitetti.com . Cino Zucchi was born in Milan in 1955 and graduated from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) in 1978 and the Polytechnic of Milan in 1979, where he is teacher of Architecture and Urban Design and board member of the doctoral faculty in the College of Architecture. Cino also lectured in many international seminars in cities like Berlin, Rotterdam, Barcelona and Singapore. Office building and private textile print block museum, Milan, Italy. photo © zucchiarchitetti.com Office building and private textile print block museum, Milan, Italy. photo © zucchiarchitetti.com Office building and private textile print block museum, Milan, Italy. photo © zucchiarchitetti.com Office building and private textile print block museum, Milan, Italy. photo © zucchiarchitetti.com The studio Zucchi Architetti designed several public, residential and industrial buildings, with their work widely disseminated in publications and exhibitions both in Italy and in other major countries in the world architecture scene. Cino's office also received several awards and won important competitions. COROB offices, Montevideo, Uruguay photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com Entrance to via Tiziano 32 building, Zucchi & Partners and Park Associati, Milan, Italy photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com Office rebuilding of the former Alfa Romeo cafeteria, Milan, Italy photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com Office building U15, Milanofiori 2000, Assago, Italy photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com Salewa headquarter with Park Associati, Bozen, Italy photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com D residential building in the former Junghans area, Venice, Italy photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com Single-family house, Enschede, Holland photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com Subsidized housing tall buildings, Nuovo Portello , Milan, Italy photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com Residential tall buildings, Nuovo Portello, Milan, Italy photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com Ex Rossi Catelli Área, Residential building , Parma, Italy photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com Lotto 4, the Dock , Ravenna, Italy photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com National Automobile Museum with Recchi Engineering, Proger spa, Turin, Italy photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com photo © zucchiarchitetti.com

Architect Day: C+S

With competitions, exhibitions, publications and projects of high quality, Carlo Cappai and Maria Alessandra Segantini are the leaders of the Venice office C + S. web.cipiuesse.it In 1994 the architects Carlo Cappai and Maria Alessandra Segantini formed the C + S ASSOCIATI office in Venice, Italy. Over time, both became professors at the University where he graduated in 1991, the University of Architecture of Venice IUAV. The experiences of both teachers has been continued, Carlo and Maria also gave lecture in 2011 at Syracuse University in New York. Biennale The Cord, Venice, Italy. photo © Pietro Savorelli Biennale The Cord, Venice, Italy. photo © Pietro Savorelli Biennale The Cord, Venice, Italy. photo © Pietro Savorelli Biennale The Cord, Venice, Italy. photo © Pietro Savorelli With several projects in Venice and Italy, C + S went to work in other countries, winning several competitions, including one in Japan Today Carlo and Maria accumulate architectural awards like Medaglia d'Oro dell'Architettura Italiana in 2006, the Mies Van der Rohe Award in 2009, the AIR AWARD in 2008, among others. They had their projects displayed in different parts of the world especially Venice, Milan, Paris, London and Vienna. Massimiliana Museum Tower, Venice, Italy photo © Alessandra Chemollo photo © Marco Zanta photo © Marco Zanta photo © Alessandra Chemollo Nursery School Covolo, Treviso, Italy photo © Alessandra Chemollo photo © Alessandra Chemollo photo © Alessandra Chemollo photo © Alessandra Chemollo photo © Alessandra Chemollo photo © Alessandra Chemollo photo © Alessandra Chemollo Underground Parking Conegliano, Italy photo © Alessandra Bello photo © Marco Zanta photo © Marco Zanta photo © Marco Zanta photo © Marco Zanta photo © Marco Zanta Student Housing Novoli, Florence, Italy photo © Marco Zanta photo © Marco Zanta photo © Pietro Savorelli photo © Pietro Savorelli Urban Lake Housing, Pordenone, Italy photo © Alessandra Bello and Luca Casonato photo © Alessandra Bello and Luca Casonato photo © Alessandra Bello and Luca Casonato photo © Alessandra Bello and Luca Casonato photo © Alessandra Bello and Luca Casonato photo © Alessandra Bello and Luca Casonato photo © Alessandra Bello and Luca Casonato Harbor Brain Building, Venice, Italy photo © Pietro Savorelli photo © Pietro Savorelli photo © Pietro Savorelli photo © Pietro Savorelli Ponzano Primary School, Italy photo © web.cipiuesse.it photo © web.cipiuesse.it photo © web.cipiuesse.it photo © web.cipiuesse.it photo © web.cipiuesse.it photo © web.cipiuesse.it photo © web.cipiuesse.it photo © web.cipiuesse.it photo © web.cipiuesse.it Water Filtration Plant, Venice, Italy photo © Pietro Savorelli photo © Pietro Savorelli photo © Pietro Savorelli photo © Pietro Savorelli photo © Pietro Savorelli