dimanche 31 mai 2015

Retirement home in China emphasizes communal living in a natural setting


Though many in China choose to forget much of the Cultural Revolution, architects Atelier Alter have used lessons from the period to inspire the design for a senior's home in the city of Nanning. People of retirement age in China grew up during the they

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Step into the fairytale world of the Brothers Grimm with these amazing landscape photos


Wanderings continues the theme of imagining how the backdrop of Grimm’s fairytales would look. Schönberger roamed Europe to capture beautiful these sights with a mystical flair worthy of the Grimm legacy. For a near daily feed of inspired photographs

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Photographer & mom of 14 makes special needs kids feel like superheroes in her Superhero Project


Photographer Renee Bergeron is a superhero, being the mother of 14 children. She began, as many parents do, capturing her own children in photos. Her son Apollo, who was born with a double aortic arch and who has bravely endured multiple surgeries and

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Sun-powered Solar Impulse begins longest, most dangerous leg of round-the-world flight


Solar Impulse 2, solar-powered aircraft with room for only one person, lifted off from China at 2:39am local time May 31, beginning the five-day journey across the Pacific Ocean to Hawaii. This news comes three weeks after the original departure date, a

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Michael Beit creates amazing wooden tables that loop, twist and branch like trees


In order to illuminate contemporary social issues, Beitz creates numerous artworks that include a 18-foot-long looping table entitled Not Now, as well as functional 50-foot-long picnic table that branches like a tree. Another design is a picnic table at

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Actress Blake Lively tries her hand at eco-fashion design


“Age of Adaline” star Blake Lively recently unveiled the first of 12 pieces in her new eco-friendly clothing line. Unveiled on her Instagram, the “Champagne” dress is made from 100 percent silk and recycled polyester crepe. Lively’s new line a

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samedi 30 mai 2015

The Dutch Windwheel is not only a silent wind turbine – it’s also an incredible circular apartment building


Designed for the port city of Rotterdam, the Dutch Windwheel is a sustainable landmark that houses 72 apartments within a circular steel and glass frame that also serves as a silent, motionless wind turbine. In addition to harvesting energy from the wind,

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Snøhetta, DIALOG and Mayer/Reed picked to revitalize Oregon’s Willamette Falls


The area around second largest waterfall in the United States is about to experience a serious revitalization. Oregon governor Kate Brown recently announced an impressive team of architects and designers chosen to redevelop the land around Willamette a

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Crayola is asking people to stop using crayons as makeup


File this one under advice that you didn't know you needed. Some enterprising beauty bloggers are encouraging make-up lovers to ditch the pricey eyeliners and pick up a Crayola instead. And while many people are embracing the DIY beauty trend, Crayola

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vendredi 29 mai 2015

28 inspiring lighting designs from New York Design Week


A photo posted by Inhabitat NYC (@inhabitatnyc) on May 16, 2015 at 10:08am PDT

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HueRay! helps protect bikers from the side with rechargeable grip lights


Today, HueRay! is launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund the pilot run of its flagship product, revolutionary light emitting bicycle grips. HueRay! aims to deliver safety, comfort and style to the growing number of urban cyclists. Conventional bike or

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U.S. avian flu outbreak drives up the price of eggs as supplies are threatened


In 2014, migratory birds carrying highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5 infections brought the disease to the United States, sparking an outbreak that has affected more than 21 million egg-laying hens in Iowa alone, according to IOWA Public Radio.

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France requires all new buildings to have green roofs or solar panels


France has just passed a trailblazing new law that requires that all new buildings constructed in commercial areas must be partially covered by either solar panels or green roofs. Not only will this bring changes to the skyline set to bring changes to the

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Herzog & de Meuron complete the gorgeous solar-powered Bordeaux Stadium


Herzog & de Meuron just completed their stunning solar-powered Bordeaux Stadium and the real thing certainly doesn't disappoint. The firm initially unveiled its design in 2011 and the new rectangular building is now ready for the Euro 2016 football

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Regent Park Cultural Centre in Toronto

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Regent Park Cultural Centre

Canadian Theatre Building – design by Diamond Schmitt Architects

29 May 2015

Regent Park Cultural Centre Wins Great Places Award

Third international award for game-changing facility
Design: Diamond Schmitt Architects

Location: Toronto, Canada

Daniels Spectrum, the transformative cultural center at the heart of a regenerated Regent Park community in downtown Toronto, received a Great Places Award at a ceremony in Los Angeles on May 27th as part of the 46th annual conference of the Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA).

Regent Park Cultural Centre

The EDRA Great Places Awards recognize professional and scholarly excellence in environmental design and pay special attention to the relationship between physical form and human activity or experience.

Regent Park Cultural Centre

Designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects, Daniels Spectrum provides professional performance, rehearsal, learning and social enterprise space for community-based arts and cultural groups. “It is an honor to be recognized with a Great Places Award,” said Donald Schmitt, Principal, Diamond Schmitt Architects. “The design objective was to facilitate interaction among the tenants, students and the public and to make the center a vibrant and welcoming crossroads for the community.” Operated by the non-profit Artscape, the colourful 60,000-square-foot LEED Silver certified facility is highly versatile and tenant groups worked with the architects to design their studios with their audiences in mind.

Regent Park Cultural Centre

Seema Jethalal, Managing Director of Daniels Spectrum, said, “Artscape is extremely pleased to be acknowledged with the Great Places Award. Every day, we see the realization of a dream to build a place where people experience arts, culture and creativity, and we’re thrilled that others are looking to Artscape and Daniels Spectrum as a model for cities and environments of the future.”

Tenants include Native Earth Performing Arts, Regent Park School of Music and COBA Collective of Black Artists. ArtHeart Community Art Centre, Pathways to Education, the Regent Park Film Festival and the Centre for Social Innovation round-out the seven resident groups.

Daniels Spectrum has previously been honored with a Civic Trust Award in 2015, Good Design is Good Business Award from Architectural Record Magazine in 2014, and Best New Venue in Canada for Meetings and Events from the BizBash Event Style Awards in 2013. It is named for The Daniels Corporation, the developer in partnership with Toronto Community Housing Corporation revitalizing the 69-acre post-war public housing community with 5,115 rent-geared-to-income and market rate residential units and amenities.

11 Mar 2015

Regent Park Cultural Centre in Toronto

Design: Diamond Schmitt Architects

Location: Toronto, Canada

Regent Park Cultural Centre Wins Civic Trust Award

Daniels Spectrum, the transformative cultural centre at the heart of a regenerated Regent Park community in downtown Toronto, received a Civic Trust Award at a ceremony at The Globe Theatre in London, England.

Regent Park Cultural Centre

The longest standing built environment awards program in Europe recognizes projects that demonstrate excellence in architecture, sustainability, universal design and make a positive social, cultural, environmental or economic benefit to the local community. Daniels Spectrum was the only award winner from Canada and one of two from North America among a global roster of 32 projects.

Regent Park Cultural Centre

Designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects, Daniels Spectrum provides professional performance, rehearsal, learning and social enterprise space for community-based arts and cultural groups.
“It is an honour to be recognized with a Civic Trust Award,” said Donald Schmitt, Principal, Diamond Schmitt Architects. “The design objective was to facilitate interaction among the tenants, students and the public and to make the centre a vibrant and welcoming crossroads for the community.”

Operated by the non-profit Artscape, the colourful 60,000-square-foot LEED Silver certified facility is highly versatile and tenant groups worked with the architects to design their studios with their audiences in mind. “Native Earth Performing Arts has a unique ventilation system to allow smudging in Aki Studio, a 120-seat black box theatre, ArtHeart Community Art Centre has a built-in kitchen so they can provide free meals for drop-in participants, and COBA Collective of Black Artists’ drumming and dance studios have sound-isolated performance space and a separate box office and entrance,” said Seema Jethalal, Managing Director of Daniels Spectrum. Other resident groups include the Regent Park School of Music, Pathways to Education, Regent Park Film Festival and the Centre for Social Innovation.

Daniels Spectrum has previously been honoured with a Good Design is Good Business Award from Architectural Record Magazine in 2014 and Best New Venue in Canada for Meetings and Events from the BizBash Event Style Awards in 2013. It is named for The Daniels Corporation, the developer in partnership with Toronto Community Housing Corporation revitalizing the 69-acre Regent Park, Canada’s largest post-war public housing project, with 5,115 rent-geared-to-income and market rate residential units and amenities.

Photography: Lisa Logan

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Regent Park Cultural Centre in Toronto

Regent Park Cultural Centre, Toronto Development, Canadian Architecture, Images, Design

Regent Park Cultural Centre

Canadian Theatre Building – design by Diamond Schmitt Architects

29 May 2015

Regent Park Cultural Centre Wins Great Places Award

Third international award for game-changing facility
Design: Diamond Schmitt Architects

Location: Toronto, Canada

Daniels Spectrum, the transformative cultural center at the heart of a regenerated Regent Park community in downtown Toronto, received a Great Places Award at a ceremony in Los Angeles on May 27th as part of the 46th annual conference of the Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA).

Regent Park Cultural Centre

The EDRA Great Places Awards recognize professional and scholarly excellence in environmental design and pay special attention to the relationship between physical form and human activity or experience.

Regent Park Cultural Centre

Designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects, Daniels Spectrum provides professional performance, rehearsal, learning and social enterprise space for community-based arts and cultural groups. “It is an honor to be recognized with a Great Places Award,” said Donald Schmitt, Principal, Diamond Schmitt Architects. “The design objective was to facilitate interaction among the tenants, students and the public and to make the center a vibrant and welcoming crossroads for the community.” Operated by the non-profit Artscape, the colourful 60,000-square-foot LEED Silver certified facility is highly versatile and tenant groups worked with the architects to design their studios with their audiences in mind.

Regent Park Cultural Centre

Seema Jethalal, Managing Director of Daniels Spectrum, said, “Artscape is extremely pleased to be acknowledged with the Great Places Award. Every day, we see the realization of a dream to build a place where people experience arts, culture and creativity, and we’re thrilled that others are looking to Artscape and Daniels Spectrum as a model for cities and environments of the future.”

Tenants include Native Earth Performing Arts, Regent Park School of Music and COBA Collective of Black Artists. ArtHeart Community Art Centre, Pathways to Education, the Regent Park Film Festival and the Centre for Social Innovation round-out the seven resident groups.

Daniels Spectrum has previously been honored with a Civic Trust Award in 2015, Good Design is Good Business Award from Architectural Record Magazine in 2014, and Best New Venue in Canada for Meetings and Events from the BizBash Event Style Awards in 2013. It is named for The Daniels Corporation, the developer in partnership with Toronto Community Housing Corporation revitalizing the 69-acre post-war public housing community with 5,115 rent-geared-to-income and market rate residential units and amenities.

11 Mar 2015

Regent Park Cultural Centre in Toronto

Design: Diamond Schmitt Architects

Location: Toronto, Canada

Regent Park Cultural Centre Wins Civic Trust Award

Daniels Spectrum, the transformative cultural centre at the heart of a regenerated Regent Park community in downtown Toronto, received a Civic Trust Award at a ceremony at The Globe Theatre in London, England.

Regent Park Cultural Centre

The longest standing built environment awards program in Europe recognizes projects that demonstrate excellence in architecture, sustainability, universal design and make a positive social, cultural, environmental or economic benefit to the local community. Daniels Spectrum was the only award winner from Canada and one of two from North America among a global roster of 32 projects.

Regent Park Cultural Centre

Designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects, Daniels Spectrum provides professional performance, rehearsal, learning and social enterprise space for community-based arts and cultural groups.
“It is an honour to be recognized with a Civic Trust Award,” said Donald Schmitt, Principal, Diamond Schmitt Architects. “The design objective was to facilitate interaction among the tenants, students and the public and to make the centre a vibrant and welcoming crossroads for the community.”

Operated by the non-profit Artscape, the colourful 60,000-square-foot LEED Silver certified facility is highly versatile and tenant groups worked with the architects to design their studios with their audiences in mind. “Native Earth Performing Arts has a unique ventilation system to allow smudging in Aki Studio, a 120-seat black box theatre, ArtHeart Community Art Centre has a built-in kitchen so they can provide free meals for drop-in participants, and COBA Collective of Black Artists’ drumming and dance studios have sound-isolated performance space and a separate box office and entrance,” said Seema Jethalal, Managing Director of Daniels Spectrum. Other resident groups include the Regent Park School of Music, Pathways to Education, Regent Park Film Festival and the Centre for Social Innovation.

Daniels Spectrum has previously been honoured with a Good Design is Good Business Award from Architectural Record Magazine in 2014 and Best New Venue in Canada for Meetings and Events from the BizBash Event Style Awards in 2013. It is named for The Daniels Corporation, the developer in partnership with Toronto Community Housing Corporation revitalizing the 69-acre Regent Park, Canada’s largest post-war public housing project, with 5,115 rent-geared-to-income and market rate residential units and amenities.

Photography: Lisa Logan

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Globe Mail Centre
Design: Diamond Schmitt Architects
Globe and Mail Centre Building
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Toronto University Multifaith Center Building
Moriyama & Teshima Architects
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photo : Tom Arban

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Royal Ontario Museum building
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Did Curiosity detect methane on Mars, or just its own exhaust?


There is a methane situation on Mars. Maybe. NASA’s Curiosity rover has detected methane on the planet, which excites researchers to no end, but some believe that the methane samples the rover is picking up are actually coming from the rover itself. a

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This is what Uber’s futuristic new headquarters will look like


After backing away from Gensler's design for its San Francisco headquarters, taxi app Uber has unveiled a new design by New York-based Shop Architects that features two separate buildings connected with glass walkways and includes a small city park and

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Self-parking Volvo crashes into people because owner forgot to buy feature that brakes for humans


There are many plausible reasons to believe that self-driving cars are safer than those operated exclusively by humans—Google's recent announcement that the 11 incidents its autonomous autos have been involved in can be attributed to human interaction

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6 delicious plants you can forage in your local urban park — VIDEO


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfoprf37sno Living in a land of supermarkets, convenient stores, and even food home delivery, in our modern society we have successfully pulled ourselves further and further from our ancestral hunting and gathering roots.

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Falling Fruit map guides you to local fruit that you can forage for free


It’s harvest season! The trees are overladed with fruit and while you may be spending your hard-earned cash at the farmer’s market to get your hands on it, did you know that you can pick fruit from trees on publicly accessible land for free? To make things

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Poachers have killed half the elephants in Mozambique in the last five years


In the last five years, poachers in Mozambique have killed almost half of the elephants in the country for the ivory. The government in Mozambique sponsored a study that shows a dramatic 48 percent decrease in the number of elephants from 20,000 to just

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Origami-inspired Nanoleaf Gem is a beautiful energy-efficient glass LED


Unlike the rounded conventional lightbulbs, the Nanoleaf bulbs are crafted with striking dodecahedron shapes. The geometric Nanoleaf Gem is sheathed in frosted white glass and casts the same inviting glow as an incandescent. However, incandescent hold a

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Peru plans to dam Amazon River’s main source and displace thousands


Plans by the Peruvian government, alongside a Brazilian firm, to build some 20 hydroelectric dams across the main truck of the River Maranon would cause the displacement of thousands of individuals, and contribute to the "eco-system collapse" of the a a

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Eco-friendly designs by Udo Heimermann seek socio-environmental harmony


Clay design is a much-utilized medium in Heimermann’s buildings, touted to be a forgotten sustainable material which can provide warmth and insulation. Budget-friendly and energy-saving are also attractive descriptors of these clay creations. and are

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SpaceX gets USAF certification, busts monopoly on military satellite launches


On Tuesday of this week, SpaceX entered a new and very important phase of their operations. The U.S. Air Force certified Elon Musk’s space exploration company to launch satellites for the Pentagon, making it only the second company to be cleared to do

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100% recyclable and affordable pop-up bedroom snaps together in less than 30 minutes


The dreaded dorm move-out day is stressful for both students and parents. The creators behind Room in a Box know that feeling well—the designers, who graduated in 2011, were inspired by their own frustrations as undergraduates. Their solution, the in

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World’s smallest park was started by a guerilla gardener over 65 years ago


Mill Ends Park in Portland, OR, is officially the world's smallest park. The tiny 2-foot-wide space is well-loved city landmark and rumored home to a leprechaun colony!

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Ontario College of Art and Design University Gateway

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College of Art and Design University Gateway

Canadian Building – design by Bortolotto

29 May 2015

Ontario College of Art and Design University Gateway in Toronto

Design: Bortolotto

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Bortolotto to transform the southeast corner of Dundas and McCaul Streets into a bold and interactive gateway to the Ontario College of Art and Design University

Ontario College of Art and Design University Gateway

Toronto-based Bortolotto has been commissioned by the Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCAD U) to convert the university’s main office building into the Rosalie Sharp Pavilion – a multiuse, student work and exhibition space. Bortolotto’s proposal will wrap an existing OCAD U building with an intricately perforated, technologically responsive scrim that will dramatically transform the southeast corner of Dundas and McCaul Streets into a dynamic, interactive gateway for the campus.

Ontario College of Art and Design University Gateway

So that the current building can take its place adjacent to the architecturally significant Art Gallery of
Ontario by Frank Gehry and OCAD U’s Sharp Centre for Design by Will Alsop, Bortolotto proposes
covering the structure with a diaphanous white veil of water-jet cut aluminum panels on a metal subframe
secured by structural steel outriggers. The lacy façade will gently peel away from the edges of the
building in a gesture to the nearby institutions, attracting passersby with its intricate form and animating
the street with views of the colourful student work displayed inside.

Ontario College of Art and Design University Gateway

Bortolotto created the patterned façade by mapping data about Toronto’s artistic community and
augmenting the resulting grid to position OCAD U as the nucleus of the documented paths. The
complex web of connections highlights the cross-disciplinary and collaborative practices that characterize
OCAD U’s creative identity. By snapping a photo of a specific section of the pattern with their mobile
devices, pedestrians will be able to read information provided by OCAD U using an app now being
developed in collaboration with OCAD U’s Digital Media Research Lab. The app will be a dynamic
communications tool that will support OCAD U’s mission to engage the broader community through
digital media.

Inside, Bortolotto will convert the space from its current use as the university’s corporate head office into
a flexible, student-centric facility that will reinforce OCAD U’s unique position as Canada’s “university of
the imagination.” The raw industrial minimalist interiors will include studios, and interactive meeting and
event spaces to support experiential learning and highlight student work.

The design phase of the project is completed and construction is expected to begin later this year. The
renovation of the 1,514 square meter (16,297sf) facility has a budget of $6million.

“We’re proud of this exciting solution that brings together design and technology to redefine the corner
and enable the university to communicate with the community in a new way,” says Bortolotto’s President,
Tania Bortolotto.

Ontario College of Art and Design University Gateway

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