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Archi-Tectonics Selected Works 2020

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JECTS
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ARCHI-TECTONICS.COM
ARCHI-TECTONICS NYC, LLC
ARCHI-TECTONICS
WINKA
DUBBELDAM
MISSION
WBE
使命 女性拥有的企业
Archi-Tectonics is a WBE certified design-research practice
pursuing innovative methods and technologies of design and
fabrication, to create evocative and transformative environments.  
We seek to create design that matters. We operate at multiple
scales of investigation, ranging from material research and
prototyping, to building design, to master plans. Our focus is not a
recognizable “signature” but a singular, task-specific identity that
emerges from comprehensive research and poetic precision. We
value performance over form, design intelligence and efficiencies
over style.
We consider each project as an opportunity to develop innovative,
original designs with a unique character and identity. We strongly
believe in creating value for our clients and users, by providing
cutting-edge, striking, and sustainable solutions.
Archi  -  Tectonics公司是一家经WBE认证的设计研究机构,
追求设计和制造的创新方法和技术,以创造唤起和变革的环
境。
我们寻求创造有意义的设计。
我们从事多种规模的调查,从材料研究和原型设计,到建筑
设计,再到总体规划。
我们关注的不是一个可识别的“签名”,而是一个单一的、
特定于任务的身份,这一身份是通过全面的研究和诗意的精
确呈现出来的。
我们重视性能胜过形式,重视设计智慧和效率胜过风格。
我们认为每个项目都是一个机会,以发展创新,原创设计独
特的个性和身份。
我们坚信通过提供尖端的、引人注目的、可持续的解决方
案,为客户和用户创造价值。
Winka Dubbeldam, MArch MS-AAD, is a seasoned academic and design leader, serving
as Chair and Miller Professor of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania Stuart
Weitzman School of Design, where she has gathered an international network of
innovative research and design professionals. She also taught advanced architectural
design studios at Columbia University and Harvard University, among other prestigious
institutions. She was the External Examiner at the Architectural Association London
(2006-2009) and is currently the External Examiner at the Bartlett School of Architecture in
London (2019-present). Professor Dubbeldam was named one of the DesignIntelligence
30 Most Admired Educators 2015. She has been a juror at the Prix de Rome, several AIA
juries, and at the Bogota Architecture Biennale in 2010.
As the founder/Partner of the WBE certified New York firm Archi-Tectonics NYC, LLC
[1994], Dubbeldam is widely known for her award-winning work, recognized as much for
its use of hybrid sustainable materials and smart building systems as for its elegance and
innovative structures. Archi-Tectonics’ work ranges from residential to commercial, from
real to virtual, and is realized in urban designs, architectural designs, and installations.
文卡-迪伯尔丹,  MArch  MS-AAD,是一位经验丰富的学术和设计领袖,在宾夕法
尼亚大学Stuart  Weitzman  设计学院担任建筑学的主席和教授,在那里她组建了
一个创新研究和设计专业的国际化人员网。她还在哥伦比亚大学和哈佛大学等著
名学府教授高级建筑设计工作室。2006-2009年,她曾是伦敦建筑协会的外部审查
员,目前是伦敦巴特利特建筑学院的外部审查员(2019年至今)。Dubbeldam教授
被提名为2015设计智能30位最受尊敬的教育家之一。她曾是罗马大奖赛(Prix  de
Rome)、美国建筑师协会(AIA)的评委会团成员以及2010年波哥大建筑双年展的评
审员。
作为经WBE认证的纽约Archi-Tectonics NYC有限责任公司的创始人/合伙人[1994]
,杜伯尔丹因其获奖作品而广为人知,她对混合可持续材料和智能建筑系统的使
用被公认为优雅和结构创新的。archi  -  tectonics公司的业务范围从住宅到商
业,从现实到虚拟,并在城市设计,建筑设计和装置艺术领域进行实践。Design
Intelligence“2015年30位最受尊敬的教育家”评选为该领域30位最优秀的专业
人士之一。

LEED BUILT WORK
JUSTIN
KORHAMMER
绿色建筑
建成项目
Justin Korhammer recently joined Archi-Tectonics as Partner ( 2016). He has prior
collaborations with several internationally renowned architectural rms, including Daniel
Libeskind, Eisenman Architects, and Steven Holl Architects. During his seven years at
Steven Holl Architects, Justin was responsible for several award-winning projects, most
recently the Het Oosten Headquarters in Amsterdam.
Justin was the principal of Anima for numerous years, before merging as a partner
with Archi-Tectonics. He teaches design studios at the Berlage Institute in Amsterdam
and Columbia University in the City of New York. Justin also works as an independent
architecture critic and freelance writer for several international architecture magazines.
Justin Korhammer 于2016年2月加入Archi-Tectonics, 他曾与多家国际知名建
筑公司合作,包括丹尼尔·里伯斯金事务所,彼得·埃森曼事务所和史蒂芬·霍
尔事务所。在史蒂芬·霍尔事务所工作的七年间,Justin曾负责多个获奖项目,
最近的项目是阿姆斯特丹的Het Oosten总部。在成为Archi-Tectonics合伙人之
前,Justin曾多年担任Anima的主管。
Archi-Tectonics is an expert in LEED design. We prioritize
sustainability in every project and across all scales. Our
buildings commonly target LEED Gold by integrating renewable
materials, rainwater retention roofs, and high-performance
systems. No matter the project’s scale or use, we are committed
to green design practices and producing healthy, energy-efficient
environments.
Archi-Tectonics是LEED设计方面的专家。我们优先考虑所有不同
规模项目的可持续性。
我们的建筑通常采用节能材料,雨水收集屋顶和高性能系统来达到
LEED金级认证。我们尝试了可持续系统,从用于太阳能热水加热的
真空管到用于大豆的喷涂泡沫隔绝材料,以提高表皮性能。无论项
目的规模或用途如何,我们都致力于绿色设计实践,并创造健康,
节能的环境。
Our most recent projects include the Inscape Meditation Center
[2018], the 9-story V33 residential Building [2014], the Mixed-Use
Brewster Carriage House [2012], and the Chelsea Townhouse
[2016], all of which are located in New York City. Internationally
we recently completed the Netherlands Architecture Institute in
Rotterdam, the Ports1961 stores in Paris, Shanghai, and London,
and we recently won the Asian Games 2022 Stadiums & Park in
Hangzhou, China.
我们最近的项目包括Inscape Meditation Center(2018)、9层V33
住宅楼(2014)、多功能布鲁斯特马车房(2012)和切尔西联排别墅
(2016),所有这些项目都位于纽约市。
在国际上,我们最近在鹿特丹完成了荷兰建筑学院,在巴黎、上海
和伦敦完成了Ports1961商店,最近在中国杭州赢得了2022年亚运
会场馆和公园。
Bogotá, Colombia 哥伦比亚波哥大
Jingzhou, China 中国荆州
Rishon Lezion, Israel 以色列
Yulin, China 中国榆林
Hangzhou, China 中国杭州
Central Plaza Skyscrapers,
Abu Dhabi, UAE 阿联酋阿布扎比
Shenzhen, China
New Rochelle, NY 纽约
South St Tower, FDR Dr, NYC 纽约
Chestnut Tower, Philadelphia, PA 费城
497 Greenwich St, SoHo, NYC 纽约
American Loft, Philadelphia, PA 费城
Vestry Building, TriBeCa, NYC 纽约
Villa + Gallery, Lima, Peru 秘鲁利马
Ports1961, Paris, France 法国巴黎
Tashan, Philadelphia, PA 费城
D+L Loft, East Village, NYC 纽约
Schein Loft, SoHo, NYC 纽约
Gypsy Trail Residence, Kent, NY 纽约
Ports1961, Shanghai, China 中国上海
Dub Residence, Vreden, German 德国
John Legend, NYC 纽约
Eisen Penthouse, NYC 纽约
Ports 1961, London 伦敦
17,090,097,000 sf
1,237,890,000 sf
631,725,000 sf
5,120,000 sf
4,951,000 sf
4,000,000 sf
575,000 sf
450,000 sf
312,000 sf
300,000 sf
80,000 sf
61,000 sf
32,500 sf
14,000 sf
5,700 sf
5,000 sf
4,000 sf
3,200 sf
3,000 sf
2,750 sf
2,500 sf
1,500 sf
1,500 sf
1,320 sf
750 sf
PLACES
OFFICE办公室: NEW YORK 纽约
Kent, NY 纽约肯特
New York, NY 纽约
Philadelphia, PA 费城
North Salem, NY 纽约
Santa Fe, NM 新墨西哥州圣塔菲
Washington D.C. 华盛顿特区
Bogotá, Colombia 哥伦比亚波哥大
Lake Atitlan, Guatemala 危地马拉
Lima, Peru 秘鲁利马
LATIN AMERICA
拉美
NORTH AMERICA
北美
项目地点
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OFFICE办公室: NETHERLANDS 荷兰
Amsterdam, Netherlands 阿姆斯特丹
Brussels, Belgium 比利时布鲁塞尔
London, United Kingdom 英国伦敦
Paris, France 法国巴黎
Rotterdam, Netherlands 荷兰鹿特丹
Vreden, Germany 德国
Abu Dhabi, UAE
阿联酋阿布扎比
Holon, Israel 以色列
Tel Aviv, Israel
以色列特拉维夫
Monrovia, Liberia
利比里亚
OFFICE办公室: HANGZHOU 中国杭州
Hangzhou, China 中国杭州
Shenzhen, China 中国深圳
Jingzhou, China 中国荆州
Shanghai, China 中国上海
Xian, China 中国西安
Yulin, China 中国榆林
LATIN AMERICA
拉美
EUROPE
欧洲
MIDDLE
EAST
中东
AFRICA
非洲
ASIA
亚洲
Professional Work + 1994 // Mixed-Media Art Gallery + 1995 // Broker’s Office Reza Namazi
+ 1996 // 512 GW TOWNHOUSE, NOHO Loft, Residence in Millbrook + 1997 //Duggal Digital
Website, Marketing & Sales Offices for Duggal Digital + 1998 // Wooster Street Loft, Gear
Magazine Offices + 1999 // ASIAN GAMES 2022 ,Duggal Digital Max, Urban Design Maas-
haven + 2000 // BLAAK ROTTERDAM SKYSCRAPER,Aida Salon, Urban Design for Mos-
cow + 2001 // New Museum for the Eniac, Scheveningen Restaurant, BitForms + 2002 //
Temporary MOMA Space, Walker Art Center, Theatre Building, GYPSY TRAIL RESIDENCE +
2003 // 497 GREENWICH BUILDING, Maashaven Towers, Ivalo Light Fixture, Urban Scheme
for Schoonhoven, High Line NYC + 2004 // Eco Resort, SCHEIN LOFT, Museum for Contem-
porary Design, Panama + 2005 // Spike Building, American Loft Building, Horner Loft + 2006
// Q Tower, Anguila + 2008 // ALTAVIEW HEALTHY VILLAGE ,Duane Spa, StudioKitchen,
Brussels Townhouse, CHESTNUT TOWER, Pontsteiger Competition, Place de Toison d’Or, DUB
RESIDENCE + 2009 // PROBONO: MCF Academy, Central Plaza Skyscrapers, Netherlands Board
of Tourism & Conventions NYC Office, EISEN PENTHOUSE, DUB RESIDENCE, AMERICAN
LOFT RESIDENCE + 2010 // John Legend Loft, Cibani Townhouse, Brewster Carriage House,
PORTS 1961 LONDON, Tribeca Grand Hotel + 2011 // PORTS 1962 PARIS, PORTS 1961
SHANGHAI, Netherlands Architecture Institute, 33 VESTRY STREET, TASHAN, Jingzhou Com-
petition, Rishon Lezion + 2012 // Master Plan for St. George, Hotel “Staten, Santa Fe Digital
media, L.L.C., John Legend Apartment, Bogota: My Ideal City, The Brewster, South Street Tower,
Xian Media Center, YULIN ART CENTER, PROBONO: Jalk Chair Design and Fabrication + 2013
// West 12th Street, D+L LOFT, Arena Park Apartments, NEW ROCHELLE WATERFRONT
COMPETITION, 470 Broome Street, Fishtown Hotel, 239 Central Park West, 17 John Street,
EISEN PENTHOUSE + 2014 // MOOOI, GW Townhouse, INSCAPE, 14 Second Avenue Hotel,
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Professional Work + 1994 // Mixed-Media Art Gallery + 1995 // Broker’s Office Reza Namazi
+ 1996 // 512 GW TOWNHOUSE, NOHO Loft, Residence in Millbrook + 1997 //Duggal Digital
Website, Marketing & Sales Offices for Duggal Digital + 1998 // Wooster Street Loft, Gear
Magazine Offices + 1999 // ASIAN GAMES 2022 ,Duggal Digital Max, Urban Design Maas-
haven + 2000 // BLAAK ROTTERDAM SKYSCRAPER,Aida Salon, Urban Design for Mos-
cow + 2001 // New Museum for the Eniac, Scheveningen Restaurant, BitForms + 2002 //
Temporary MOMA Space, Walker Art Center, Theatre Building, GYPSY TRAIL RESIDENCE +
2003 // 497 GREENWICH BUILDING, Maashaven Towers, Ivalo Light Fixture, Urban Scheme
for Schoonhoven, High Line NYC + 2004 // Eco Resort, SCHEIN LOFT, Museum for Contem-
porary Design, Panama + 2005 // Spike Building, American Loft Building, Horner Loft + 2006
// Q Tower, Anguila + 2008 // ALTAVIEW HEALTHY VILLAGE ,Duane Spa, StudioKitchen,
Brussels Townhouse, CHESTNUT TOWER, Pontsteiger Competition, Place de Toison d’Or,
DUB
RESIDENCE + 2009 // PROBONO: MCF Academy, Central Plaza Skyscrapers, Netherlands Board
of Tourism & Conventions NYC Office, EISEN PENTHOUSE, DUB RESIDENCE, AMERICAN
LOFT RESIDENCE + 2010 // John Legend Loft, Cibani Townhouse, Brewster Carriage House,
PORTS 1961 LONDON, Tribeca Grand Hotel + 2011 // PORTS 1962 PARIS, PORTS 1961
SHANGHAI, Netherlands Architecture Institute, 33 VESTRY STREET, TASHAN, Jingzhou Com-
petition, Rishon Lezion + 2012 // Master Plan for St. George, Hotel “Staten, Santa Fe Digital
media, L.L.C., John Legend Apartment, Bogota: My Ideal City, The Brewster,
South Street Tower,
Xian Media Center, YULIN ART CENTER, PROBONO: Jalk Chair Design and Fabrication + 2013
// West 12th Street, D+L LOFT, Arena Park Apartments, NEW ROCHELLE WATERFRONT
COMPETITION, 470 Broome Street, Fishtown Hotel, 239 Central Park West, 17 John Street,
EISEN PENTHOUSE
+ 2014 // MOOOI, GW Townhouse, INSCAPE, 14 Second Avenue Hotel,
COMMERCIAL
URBAN
RESIDENTIAL
+ Asian Games 2022 Masterplan
+ Altaview Healty Village
+ New Rochelle Waterfront
+ 2022亚运会规划
+ 远眺健康村落
+ 新罗谢尔水岸
+ Table Tennis Stadium
+ Field Hockey Stadium
+ Valley Village Mall
+ Inscape, New York
+ Moooi, New York
+ PORTS 1961, Paris
+ PORTS 1961, Shanghai
+ PORTS 1961, London
+ Tashan, Philadelphia
+ Blaak Rotterdam Skyscraper
+ Yulin Art Center
+亚运乒乓球馆,杭州
+亚运曲棍球馆,杭州
+亚运峡谷村商业,杭州
+Inscape冥想,纽约
+Moooi 纽约展示店
+宝姿巴黎旗舰店
+宝姿上海旗舰店
+宝姿巴黎品牌店
+Tashan 饭店,费城
+Blaak 综合塔, 鹿特丹
+榆林文化中心
+ 512 GW Townhouse
+ 33 Vestry Street
+ Eisen Penthouse
+ Dub Residence
+ Amercian Loft
+ 497 Greenwich Building
+ Schein Loft
+ Gypsy Trail Residence
+ D+L Loft
+ 512 GW联排别墅
+ 33 Vestry Street 公寓
+ Eisen 顶层住宅
+ Dub 住宅
+ Amercian Loft 混合楼
+ 497 Greenwich住宅楼
+ Schein 跃层住宅
+ Gypsy Trail 住宅
+ D+L 跃层层住宅
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Selected Works
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COMMERCIAL
商业建筑
CLIENT: HANGZHOU GONGSHU DISTRICT GOVERNMENT
LEAD DESIGNER: WINKA DUBBELDAM, JUSTIN KORHAM-
MER
LOCAL ARCHITECT: ZHEJIANG INSTITUTE OF ARCHITEC-
TURAL DESIGN
LANDSCAPE DESIGNER: !MELK URBAN DESIGN LLC
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: THORNTON TOMASETTI
TRAFFICE ENGINEER: MIC ITALY
我们认为当地文化应该成为现代化智能化设计的驱动
力,而且这种出色的设计也会是经济的。我们设计的
主体育馆将成为杭州的标志性建筑,展现尖端的设计
创新和施工技术。该体育馆将成为绿色设计的杰出范
例。低碳,节能,环保和可持续的设计使这些建筑变
得更加智能化,使用IT技术来完美地控制环境。场馆
符合亚运会的各项要求,同时也满足举办国家体育赛
事,业余训练,居民锻炼,娱乐和临时展览的需求。
公园的赛后使用是同等重要的,因此我们设计的公园
将会是一个多功能,开放和美丽的运动公园。
The winning idea was to break the rules of the
competition and to locate the main Table Tennis stadium
on the prominent corner of the Eco park. As a legacy
project, both the stadium as sports arena, but also as
concert hall after the Games, are extremely relevant.
We designed this hybrid concept with a cutting-
edge innovative suspendome roof and a large scale
diagrid facade. The Stadium has renewable materials,
sustainable design, and an energy saving system,
responding to the governmentss Sponge City concept.
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Table Tennis Stadium
PROJECT TYPE: TABLE TENNIS STADIUM
LOCATION: HANGZHOU, CHINA
AREA: 376,740 SF //35,000 m2
STATUS: UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Asian Games 2022
亚运乒乓球馆
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UNDER CONSTRUCTION 场馆施工
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DESIGN CONCEPT
For the 34,000 m2 [365,973 sf] table tennis stadium we found the
traditional Cong a great inspiration. These unusual jade tubeshaped
objects consist of 2 intersecting volumes, were our initial inspiration
for the Stadium, leading to the Body in Body Concept. After an
extensive form analysis, we created an optimized modulation for the
stadium of a Body [ sports arena] in a body [all public functions],
a beautiful intersection of shapes. The Brass shingle volume is
intersected by a diagrid and glass volume, creating an imposing shape
on the landscaped entrance square.
TABLE TENNIS STADIUM 35,000 M2
乒乓球馆
设计乒乓球馆时琮对我们很有启发。这些不寻常的玉器是
管状物体,由圆管形状和突出的方角组成。我们发现这个
相交的部分对体育馆设计有启发作用。
体中体概念
乒乓球馆来源于琮的一个圆形和方形的交集部分。经过大
量的形态分析后,我们为体(体育馆)与体(其它功能空
间)创建了优化的调节方式,形成了一个美丽的交叉点。
设计概念:
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Cong Morphology Iterations
After analysing the range of variations of the archetypal Cong artificats,
we developed a series of morphological iterations, to establish the
programmatic and formal potential of this stadium typology.
在分析琮的原型变化范围之后,我们发展了一系列形态学
迭代,以确定这种类型的程序化和形式化潜力。
琮形态迭代
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SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES
STRUCTURAL SCHEME DIAGRAM
TABLE TENNIS STADIUM STRUCTURE
乒乓球馆结构
结构方案图
BY THORNTON TOMASETTI
Rainwater Capture
Summer Sun
Winter Sun
PV Potential
Opens in Swing Seasons
Displacement Ventilation
Facade Acts as Buffer
Daylight Diffuser
summer sun
winter sun
rainwater capture
opens in swing seasons
pv potential
daylight diffuser
facade acts as buffer
displacement ventilation
third floor (media)
second floor
first floor
main floor
basement
3.9424
6.6455
3.9000
6.1288
TABLE TENNIS STADIUM INTERIOR DURING LEGACY EVENT / CONCERT
乒乓球馆赛后室内效果图
TABLE TENNIS STADIUM INTERIOR WITH 360 DEGREE SEATING
乒乓球馆室内效果图
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ENTRANCE HALL CONCESSIONS
入口门厅 零售窗口
CONCESSIONS
零售窗口
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CLIENT: HANGZHOU GONGSHU DISTRICT GOVERNMENT
LEAD DESIGNER: WINKA DUBBELDAM, JUSTIN KORHAM-
MER
LOCAL ARCHITECT: ZHEJIANG INSTITUTE OF ARCHITEC-
TURAL DESIGN
LANDSCAPE DESIGNER: !MELK URBAN DESIGN LLC
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: THORNTON TOMASETTI
TRAFFICE ENGINEER: MIC ITALY
By contrast, inspired by local Hangzhou paper umbrellas,
Archi-Tectonics created the Field Hockey Stadium as a
lightweight and diaphanous wing. The kite-like roof
forms a luminous weather and sun canopy above the
entrance building and the seating area. Placed into a
circular depression within the landscape, the hockey
field is integrated into the surrounding park design and
thus naturally translates between the geometric turf of
the playing field and the surrounding hills.
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相比之下,受到杭州当地纸伞的启发,archio -
tectonics公司创建了一个轻量级和透明翼曲棍球体
育场。
风筝状的屋顶在入口建筑和座位区上方形成了一个明
亮的天气和太阳罩。
曲棍球场地被放置在景观中的一个圆形洼地中,与周
围的公园设计融为一体,因此在操场的几何草皮和周
围的小山之间自然地转换。
Asian Games 2022
Field Hockey Stadium
PROJECT TYPE: FIELD HOCKEY STADIUM
LOCATION: HANGZHOU, CHINA
AREA: 193,750 SF //18,000 m2
STATUS: UNDER CONSTRUCTION
亚运曲棍球馆
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Concert Hall
FIELD HOCKEY STADIUM 5000 SEATS
DESIGN CONCEPT
LIGHT WEIGHT STRUCTURES
For the 5000 seat Hockey stadium we found the traditional Chinese
Bamboo Umbrella a great inspiration for the design of the light weight,
large span, stadium roof. The roof is designed to be built from a single
steel truss with a white cloth. Our engineer Thornton Tomasetti’s
simple erection method is not only an exhibit of their remarkable
experience in building Stadiums Worldwide, but creates an exquisite
cutting- edge shading device for the 5000 viewers.
BODY UNDER WING CONCEPT
The Hockey stadium itself is a light structure holding a 5000 seat
arena and the engineered hardwood and glass building behind. A
suspended light weight roof shades all, providing a cool micro-climat
under its surface.
OUTDOOR ARENA
The outdoor arena is recessed in the site on one end, thus creating
a landscape feature, that for future use can be easily accessed and
reappropriated. Great field and park lighting expresses this further.
设计概念
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轻盈结构
设计曲棍球场时,竹制的油纸伞架给了我们很大启发。这
种灵活的临时结构是开发临时曲棍球体育场屋顶的良好模
式,该屋顶由ETFE薄膜轻质钢桁架构成。
翼下体概念
曲棍球场本身是一个轻型结构,拥有5000座位的竞技场和
后面的服务空间。一个悬挂的轻量屋顶为它们提供遮盖,
并提供良好的微型气候
户外球场
室外竞技场一端凹进基地,因此使其嵌入式结构作为景观
特征,以便将来使用时可轻松访问和重新使用。
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T.O.PLAYING FIELD
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LEVEL 03
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T.O.PLAYING FIELD
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LEVEL 03
LEVEL 02
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遮阳 - 观众区有阴影覆盖,无眩光,并且舞台表演需要
一定的暗度才能够进行
结构-曲棍球场的看台是一个轻巧而优雅的大跨度屋盖。
两个苍劲有力的拱型构件支撑整个看台,上覆交叉纤维
的表皮,赋予其地标性的符号感。拱型结构由檩条等其
他次结构连系在一起,表皮采用的是ETFE材质。
ETFE屋顶-透明的ETFE屋顶可透入丰富的自然光,并具有
坚韧,耐高温,耐风化及非常好的化学惰性等高性能特
性。
ETFE ROOF - Transparent ETFE roof admits copious natu-
ral light ETFE maintains many of the high performance
characteristics such has high temperature (continuous
service temperature of 150 Deg C), 20-year weathering,
very good electrical properties, and very good chemical
inertness.
STRUCTURE - This long span elegant roof provides
shelter to the spectators for the hockey field. A balance
between iconic and woven into the fabric of the develop-
ment the roof is primarily supported by two long-span
arches. The arches are braced together by secondary
framing which in turn supports the lightweight roof purlins
which define and support the façade.
EVENT SPACE - After the Games, the generous adjustable
roof that has built-in LED lighting allows for outdoor music
and theatre venues.
活动场地 - 内置LED照明的宽敞可调屋顶可用于户外音乐
和戏剧表演场地
SHADING - Visitors are shaded, the generous roof pre-
vents glare, and the stage gets enough shade to be able
to perform on.
CLIENT: HANGZHOU GONGSHU DISTRICT GOVERNMENT
LEAD DESIGNER: WINKA DUBBELDAM, JUSTIN KORHAM-
MER
LOCAL ARCHITECT: ZHEJIANG INSTITUTE OF ARCHITEC-
TURAL DESIGN
LANDSCAPE DESIGNER: !MELK URBAN DESIGN LLC
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: THORNTON TOMASETTI
TRAFFICE ENGINEER: MIC ITALY
The 20,000m2 [215,280sf] Valley Village Shopping
Concept forms the Main Connector between the two
stadiums. This new shopping concept is conceived as
a gently sloping park that traverses under the road and
river to connect the South and North sites. Two extensive
solar shading devices provide also lighting.
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绿色山谷购物中心构成了南北两个地块之间的主
要连接方式,在两端延缓坡而下并在育英路下优
雅地穿行,它轻松地连接了两个体育场馆,只需
漫步之中便可抵达
绿色山谷购物中心构成了南北两个地块之间的主
要连接方式,在两端延缓坡而下并在育英路下优
雅地穿行,它轻松地连接了两个体育场馆,只需
漫步之中便可抵达
Asian Games 2022
Valley Village Mall
PROJECT TYPE: MALL
LOCATION: HANGZHOU, CHINA
AREA: 215,280 SF //20,000 m2
STATUS: UNDER CONSTRUCTION
亚运峡谷商业中心
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绿色山谷购物中心构成了南北两个地块之间的主
要连接方式,在两端延缓坡而下并在育英路下优
雅地穿行,它轻松地连接了两个体育场馆,只需
漫步之中便可抵达
Concert Hall
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Hallway
Parking Garage Delivery
Hallway
StorageStore
Pavilion Store
ROUND PAILLIIONS CREATE SEPERATE SHOPS, WHILE
LINEAR RETAIL AREAS CREATE AN INFRA STRUCTURE FOR
DELIVERIES, SUPPLY ZONES AND GARBAGE REMOVAL,
VIA SEPERATE AREAS IN THE ADJACENT RECESSED
PARKING GARAGES.
圆形的桶状结构创建了独立的商店,而线性的
零售区域创建了一个底层结构,用于配送、供应
区和垃圾处理,通过相邻的凹进式车库的独立区
域。
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Hallway
Parking Garage Delivery
Hallway
StorageStore
Pavilion Store
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LEAD DESIGNER: ARCHI-TECTONICS, WINKA DUBBELDAM
GENERAL CONTRACTOR: SSB GROUP
MEP ENGINEER: 2 LS ENGINEERS
INSCAPE, a new meditation concept, first location
opened in Manhattan December 2016. Archi-Tectonics
created this new meditation concept for Inscape and
collaborated with them to develop a concept that
could eventually be distributed internationally. The
first PROTO space in Chelsea occupies a large ground
floor on 54 West 21street. The space contains a set of
ellipsoid meditation spaces; a “Dome Room” [featured
below] and an “Alcove room, as well as retail areas and
a spacious living room.
Meditation Rooms - Inside the dome with its controlled
environment of light/sound/air, one can concentrate
on oneself, leaving the world outside. We designed
soft ellipsoid spaces with spiraling bamboo ceilings,
where soft colored lighting is guided through a light
transmitting fabric ceiling. An important calming
element is a low ring of light, a “horizon” that helps
settle the mind and relaxes the meditator.
INSCAPE,一个新的冥想概念,2016年12月在曼
哈顿开业。
archio - tectonics公司为Inscape创造了这种
新的冥想概念,并与他们合作开发了一个概念,
最终可能会在国际上分布。
冥想室-在穹顶内,有受控制的光/声/空气环
境,一个人可以专注于自己,离开外面的世界。
我们设计了柔软的椭球空间,螺旋形的竹子天花
板,柔和的彩色照明通过透光织物天花板引导。
一个重要的平静元素是一个低环的光,一个“地
平线”,帮助安定的思想和放松冥想者。
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INSCAPE NEW YORK CITY
PROJECT TYPE: MEDITATION SPACE & RETAIL
CLIENT: INSCAPE LIFE
LOCATION: CHELSEA, NEW YORK, NY
AREA: 6,000 FT
2
// 557 M
2
STATUS: COMPLETED 2016
The Dome is a fully immersive light and sound
environment, where one is guided through a curated
meditation experience, while aroma therapy air filtration
enhances a feeling of comfort and well-being. Soft gongs
emanate through the space and allow one’s thoughts to
wander. Although the Dome looks like a simple natural
space devoid of all technology, is in fact a highly
engineered space: a grid of concealed micro speakers
creates a perfectly even soundscape, and in tandem with
carefully orchestrated LED lighting and filtered air this
results in a meditative holistic environment.
High precision was achieved through a 1:1 robotically
cnc-ed prototype; fabricated by Aria, a LA-based car
design company. It allowed us to extensively test
and fine-tune the performance of the final product.
Prefabrication further improved the assembly efficiency
of the final bamboo system and ease of transportation.
Local manufacturing and renewable materials make this
a sustainable healthy environment
穹顶是一个完全沉浸式的光和声音环境,在那
里一个人被引导通过策划冥想的经验,而香气
疗法空气过滤增强了舒适和幸福的感觉。
柔和的锣声穿过空间,让人的思想游荡。
虽然穹顶看起来像一个简单的自然空间,没有
任何技术,但实际上是一个高度工程的空间:一
个隐藏的微扬声器网格创造了一个完美的甚至
声音景观,再加上精心策划的LED照明和过滤
空气,这产生了一个冥想的整体环境。
高精度通过1:1的机器人cnc-ed原型实现;
制造由Aria,一个洛杉矶的汽车设计公司。
它允许我们广泛地测试和调整最终产品的性
能。
预制进一步提高了最终竹子系统的装配效率和
运输的便利性。
当地制造和可再生材料使其成为一个可持续的
健康环境
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SOUNDPROOFING FORM
Lenght: 128 ft / height: 8 ft
Controling internal sound and
absorbing external noises
BENDABLE PANELS
Lenght: 128 ft / height: 8 ft
Finition: White satin
LED LIGHT RING
Lenght: 128 ft
Color: Warm white
BAMBOO GRID
Variety: Phai Sang Mon
Mesh surface: 1796SqFt
60 Poles
Max length: 30’
Min length: 21’
PREFAB SHELL
17 element of which 10 with bench
Primary Structure: plywood
Finish: Pre-veneered Bamboo
Top: Hardwood + bamboo joint
Max length: 8’
Height: 43”
PREFAB DOOR FRAME
Primary Structure: plywood
Finition: pre veneer Bamboo
WOOD & PLEXIGLASS DOOR
Buttery opening
2 X 36’ gates
Min height: 7’
Max height: 9’
BAMBOO FLOORING
1500 SqFt
INSCAPE STUDIO 1
56 people
1500 SqFt
TRANSLUCENT STRETCHED FABRIC
Mesh surface: 1796 SqFt
Ellipsoid length: 53’
Ellipsoid width: 33’
Ellipsoid height: 8’
Finish: White translucent
DOME EXPLODED AXON
RETAIL
LIVING ROOM
MEDITATE
Meditation requires a different state of
mind - A transition into a completely “other
space with an immersive light and sound
environment, can completely transform ones
mood and state of being.
冥想需要一种不同的精神状
态——转换到一个完全“其他”
的空间,有沉浸式的光和声音环
境,可以完全改变一个人的情绪
和状态。
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We designed MOOOI’s Manhattan home,
making them the first Dutch designer in the
NoMad neighborhood. Renovating the existing
industrial interior to become more refined and
warm, and added elements as a backdrop for
MOOOI’s wonderful furniture to pack even more
of a punch.
DESIGN; ARCHI-TECTONICS
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: OLD STRUCTURES ENGINEERING PC.
MEP ENGINEER: AMA CONSULTING ENGINEERS, P.C.
我们设计了MOOOI在曼哈顿的家,使他们成为游牧社
区的第一个荷兰设计师。
翻新现有的工业室内,变得更加精致和温暖,并添
加元素作为背景,为MOOOI美妙的家具包装更多的冲
击。
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MOOOI, NEW YORK
PROJECT TYPE: STORE & USA HEADQUARTERS
CLIENT: MOOOI
LOCATION: MIDTOWN, NEW YORK, NY
AREA: 4,500 FT
2
// 418 M
2
STATUS: COMPLETED 2015
Mezzanine
36 E 31st Street
Sun
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Our 5,700 sf Ports1961 store resides on the
prestigious Rue St Honore in Paris, France,
occupying three-stories next to the Mandarin
Hotel. The retail ground floor features delicate
Venetian plaster walls with 3D patterns, which
transition to the upper VIP floor in a warmer,
gold tone. The upper floor also features grey,
mat Siberian hardwood, while the ground floor
patterns limestone. Sculpted stairs connect the
upper and lower levels.
Other architectural additions include mirror
columns, recessed lighting, and custom fixtures
in polished chrome— all of which glow on
adjacent clothing and surfaces.
DESIGN: ARCHI-TECTONICS
ARCHI-TECTONICS TEAM: PABLO KOHAN, DANE ZEILER, WIL-
FREDO RODRIQUEZ, TAKANORI MIZUTANI
GENERAL CONTRACTOR: CLEMENTS RETAIL
STAIR SUPPLIER: DA VINCI BY DESIGN
LICHTING DESIGN: L’OBSERVATOIRE NYC
PHOTOGRAPHY: EMILE DUBUISSON, ARCHI-TECTONICS
我们5700平方英尺的Ports1961商店坐落在法国巴
黎享有盛誉的Rue St Honore街上,三层楼,毗邻
文华大酒店。零售底层设有精美的威尼斯石膏墙,
带有3D图案,并以温暖的金色调过渡到上层VIP地
板。较高的楼层还铺有灰色的席伯西伯利亚硬木,
而底层则铺有石灰石。雕刻楼梯连接上下层。
其他建筑附加功能包括镜柱,嵌入式照明和定制的
抛光铬固定装置-所有这些都会在相邻的衣服和表
面发光。
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PROJECT TYPE: FLAGSHIP STORE
LOCATION: PARIS, FRANCE
CLIENT: PORTS 1961
AREA: 5,700 FT
2
// 530 M
2
STATUS: COMPLETED 2012
Rue St Honore, Paris
Ports1961
巴黎圣安娜街宝姿总店
FLUID SPATIAL CONFIGURATION
To fluidly connect the retail level and VIP room above,
we cut a large atrium into the existing concrete slab.
The newly formed void now features custom, steel
and wood, spiral stairs by DaVinci, with recessed
LED lighting in the handrail. This sand-colored steel
compliments the warm tones of the ribbed Venetian
plaster.
流体空间配置
为了流畅地连接零售层和上方的VIP室,我们在现
有的混凝土板中切了一个大中庭。新形成的空隙现
在具有达芬奇定制的钢制和木质螺旋楼梯,扶手内
嵌有嵌入式LED照明。这种沙色钢补充肋骨威尼斯
石膏的温暖色调。
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PROJECT TYPE: FLAGSHIP STORE
LOCATION: SHANGHAI, CHINA
CLIENT: PORTS 1961
AREA: 2,750 FT
2
// 255 M
2
STATUS: COMPLETED 2011
Shanghai, China
Ports1961
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BRANDING –
Located along the Bund, a central Shanghai
waterfront, the Ports1961 flagship store
establishes the company’s architectural
brand. Like the clothing, the spaces
exhibit de-construction of the outer shell
and construction of the inner lining.
Grey-toned recycled wood lines the space
and incorporates all heating, cooling,
sound, and lighting systems. Meanwhile,
3D milled platforms transition the
walls, floors, and form a base for large
accessories. TV-mirrors showcase Paris,
Milan, and New York fashion shows.
DESIGN; ARCHI-TECTONICS
PROJECT LEADER: DAVID BARR
ARCHI-TECTONICS TEAM: THOMAS BARRY, HIROYUKI MIKI,
DAVID SCHRAGGER, HIRA SABUHI, VICTOR ORTEGA
CONSTRUCTION: PORTS CHINA
FEATURED IN
Ports1961旗舰店位于上海中部滨水区外滩沿岸,
建立了公司的建筑品牌。像衣服一样,这些空间也
表现出外壳的解构和内衬的构造。
灰色调的再生木材在空间中排列,并集成了所有加
热,冷却,声音和照明系统。同时,3D铣削平台过
渡了墙壁,地板,并形成了大型配件的底座。电视
镜展示巴黎,米兰和纽约的时装秀。
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PARAMETRIC DRAWINGS
PRE-FAB MATERIALS - We used wood liner that was
recycled and fabricated in a Chinese wood house.
Soft, CNC surfaces integrate lighting, AC, sound
systems, and adjusts its shape to incorporate
niches for accessories. 3d milled platforms
transition the wall into the floor and forms a base
for the larger accessories.
In the center of the space, large, pearly surfaces
incorporate lighting, custom designed hanging
mannequins, custom tables for accesories, and
built-in felt seating. This creates gallery-like
zones that showcase the Ports1961 haute couture
collection.
Mannequins are suspended above and slowly
rotate, while recessed lighting emphasizes the
hypnotic movements.
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我们使用的木质衬垫是在一个中国的木屋中回收
和制造的。
柔软的CNC表面集成了照明,交流,音响系统,
并调整其形状,以纳入配件的壁龛。
3d研磨平台过渡到墙壁到地板,并形成了一个较
大的配件的基础。
在空间的中心,巨大的,珍珠色的表面结合了照
明,定制设计的悬挂人体模型,定制桌子的饰
品,和内置的感觉座椅。
这样就创造了画廊一样的区域,用来展示波特
1961年的高级时装收藏。
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DESIGN ELEMENTS // Our design incorporates
suspended mannequins, chrome-nickel tables,
free standing clothing racks, and recessed
LED lighting. The final result is a rich, warm
environment that delivers maximum dramatic
impact, a fluidly connected space, and a strong
individual feel.
+FITTING ROOM WITH MITERED MIRROR
+WAITING FOR THE FITTING ROOM WITH PADDED WALL
设计元素//我们的设计结合了悬挂式人体模型,铬
镍合金桌子,独立式服装架和嵌入式LED照明。最终
的结果是一个丰富,温暖的环境,可提供最大的戏剧
效果,流畅的连接空间以及强烈的个人感觉。
SHOP-IN-SHOP // Ports 1961’s new London
location lies within the Harvey Nichols
department store in the London Knights
bridge district. We developed the walnut
flooring into a continuous surface that
wraps from floor, wall, to ceiling — creating
the feeling of a catwalk. The continuous
surface forms a backdrop to screens that
play the current fashion shows.
DESIGN; ARCHI-TECTONICS
PROJECT LEADER: THOMAS BARRY
ARCHI-TECTONICS TEAM: THOMAS BARRY, DAVID BARR, GREG
LEVY
GENERAL CONTRACTOR: CLEMENTS RETAIL
PHOTOGRAPHY: ARCHI-TECTONICS
商店购物// Ports 1961在伦敦的新办公地点位
于伦敦骑士桥区的Harvey Nichols百货商店内。
我们将胡桃木地板开发成连续的表面,从地板,
墙壁到天花板都包裹着这种材料,营造出走秀的
感觉。连续的表面形成了播放当前时装秀的屏幕
的背景。
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PROJECT TYPE: SHOP-IN-SHOP
LOCATION: LONDON, ENGLAND
CLIENT: PORTS 1961
AREA: 750 FT
2
// 70 M
2
STATUS: COMPLETED COMPLETED 2009
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+SECTION RENDER
背景 //带有金色金属织物的软垫墙用作连续木
材表面的闪烁背景。织物的背景滑入定制的试衣
间,客户可以在其中旋转带背光的镜子。
照明//照明突出了空间的几何形状,木质天花
板上方的海湾和威尼斯石膏墙。我们还使用了
Barlas Baylar的枝形吊灯对空间进行了戏剧化
处理。
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BACKDROP // A padded wall with golden
metallic fabric serves as a shimmering
backdrop to the continuous wood surface.
The fabric backdrop slips into custom made
fittings rooms where customers can pivot
mirrors with back lighting.
LIGHTING // Lighting highlights the space’s
geometry, the cove above the wood ceiling,
and the Venetian plaster walls. We also used
a chandelier by Barlas Baylar to dramatize
the space.
Munish Narula, owner of the famed Tiffin
restaurant in Philadelphia, and Chef Silva, asked
Archi-Tectonics to design a space for their next,
culinary endeavor, “Indian tapas.” The 5000 sf
space resides in the new Dranoff building on
Broad Street, Philadelphias theater district.
Our design merges traditional Indian craft
with innovative, digital design. Indirect lights,
differentiated ceiling heights, and colored glass
panels create an intimate atmosphere in an open
setting.
DESIGN: ARCHI-TECTONICS
GENERAL CONTRACTOR: UNITED AMERICAN BUILDERS
STRUCTURAL ENIGEER: MULHERN KULP
MECHANICAL ENGINEER: MPH CONSULTING ENGINEERS
PHOTOGRAPHY: DON PEARSE PHOTOGRAPHERS
Munish Narula是费城著名的餐厅老板,他和主厨
Silva要求Archi-Tectonics公司为他们的下一个
餐厅设计一个空间。这个5000平方英尺的空间位
于费城剧院区布罗德街的新德拉诺夫大楼
我们的设计融合了传统的印度工艺与创新,数字
设计。
间接的灯光,不同的天花板高度,和彩色玻璃板
创造了一个亲密的氛围在开放的设置。
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PROJECT TYPE: RESTAURANT
LOCATION: PHILADELPHIA
CLIENT: MUNISH NARULA
AREA: 5,000 FT
2
// 465 M
2
STATUS: COMPLETED 2011
Tashan, Philadelphia
塔山餐厅
D DINING ROOM 2
E OPEN KITCHEN
E1 Walk-in cooler
E2 Freezer
E3 Storage
E4 Office
A ENTRANCE
A1 Wardrobe
B DINING ROOM 1
B1 Booths
C LOUNGE BAR
C1 Bar
F COMMUNAL DINING
G PRIVATE DINING
H RESTROOMS
INTIMATE SPACES
IN AN OPEN PLAN
Laser-cut wood screens separate a high-dining lounge,
communal tables, an open kitchen, and a wine room.
Padded leather doors can enclose the wine room and
create private dining, while the communal dining zone
maintains an “in the kitchen” ambience.
激光切割的木质屏风分隔了一个高级餐厅休息室,公共桌子,
一个开放式厨房,和一个葡萄酒室。
软垫皮革门可以围住酒室,创建私人餐厅,而公共用餐区保
持“在厨房”的氛围。
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Communal dining overlooks
the open kitchen.
COMMUNAL SINK
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The Blaak tower design optimizes
its relationship with its immediate
surroundings— integrating retail and
allowing free access. The tower design is
based on the study of Stibnites resulting in
a fragmented shape that tapers down to the
street and extends it surfaces horizontally.
Lower Lobbies connect to upper sky-
lobbies via transparant seams.
The city center of Rotterdam is undergoing
a new growth that results in higher
architectural ambitions. The resulting
mixed-use community is a work, live, &
play environment within a compact, urban
context.
LEAD DESIGN; WINKA DUBBELDAM, ARCHI-TECTONICS
ARCHI-TECTONICS TEAM: JUSTIN KORHAMMER, DAVID
BARR, ROBIN ZHANG
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: THORNTON TOMASETTI
SUSTAINABILITY EXPERT: IGOR BIENSTOCK
Blaak塔式设计优化了其与周围环境的关
系-整合零售并允许免费使用。该塔的设计
基于对Stibnites的研究,其结果是形成碎
片状的形状,该形状向下逐渐变细到街道
并使其表面水平延伸。下层大厅通过透明
接缝连接到上层天空大厅。
鹿特丹市中心正在经历新的增长,从而带
来更高的建筑抱负。最终形成的多功能社
区是一个紧凑,城市环境中的工作,生活
和娱乐环境。
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Blaak Rotterdam Skyscraper
PROJECT TYPE: MIXED USE RESIDENTIAL AND RETAILTOWERS
LOCATION: ROTTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS
AREA: 473,612 FT
2
// 44,000 M
2
HEIGHT: 394 FT// 120M
STATUS: SD PHASE
鹿特丹布拉克摩天大楼
硫化矿物组成
SULFIDE MINERAL COMPOSITION
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辉锑矿形成
辉锑矿地层有一个有趣的结构发
展。尽管源自相同的参数,但这
些硫化物矿物自发形成并产生独
特的形式。这个美丽的阵型影响
了我们对该场地的发展战略。
管源自同一种语言,但两座塔楼 -
酒店和办公室 - 都具有特殊性。
TOWER FORMATION
Stibnite formations have an interesting struc-
tural development. These sulfide minerals form
spontaneously and result in unique forms, despite
originating from identical parameters. This
influenced our formal strategy for the tower. The
mixed-use tower adapt thus spontaneously to site
and programmatic pressures, creating a one-of-a-
kind design.
Like stibnite formations, the Mixed-Use Tower
is unique yet emerges from the self similar
parameters.
像辉锑矿地层的形成一样,这座综合用途塔楼也很
独特,从建筑自我相似的参数中出现。
Roof top
200m
140m
35th FL
130m
32th FL
0m
Ground FL
Fritted Glass
Fitted Glass
Green Skylobby
Ground Floor Lobby
Blaak大楼旨在获得LEED金级认证。建筑物
的方向最大限度地减少了太阳的热量,而通
风窗提供了一年的新鲜空气和阳光。太阳能
电池板集成在幕墙中,光伏发电照亮了走
廊,停车场和人行道。细长的太阳能充电人
行道灯用于在夜间照亮路径和台阶,仅需要
两个小时的太阳能充电且无需布线。为了减
少用水量,该塔回收灰水,使用低流量设
备,并通过太阳能真空管加热水。
Concert Hall
SUSTAINABILITY
The Blaak Tower aims to achieve LEED certification.
The building’s orientation and facade treatments
minimizes solar heat gain, while vent windows
provide year-long natural ventilation.
Solar panels are integrated on the roof, and
photovoltaics light the corridors, parking
structures, and sidewalk. The slim, solar-charged,
sidewalk light is designed to safely illuminate
paths and steps at night, requiring only two hours
of solar charging and no wiring. To reduce water
consumption, the towers recycle grey water, and
uses low-flow appliances.
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通过建筑优化,太阳能技术
和最低耗水量,该塔楼旨在
获得LEED金级认证
SOLAR PANELS WITHIN
THE CURTAIN WALL
+ Building orientation minimizes
solar heat gain
+ Outdoor spaces provide light
and ventilation
SOLAR CHARGED
LIGHTING
+ Solar street lights
+ Photovoltaic
+ Light corridors, parking
structures, and sidewalk
+ Solar-charged sidewalk lights
+ Light paths and stairs
+ Only 2 hours of solar charging
needed per night
+ No wiring
Through building optimization,
solar technologies, and minimal
water consumption, the
Tower aims to achieve a LEED
certification
STRUCTURALLY GLAZED FACADE
+ Double glazing
+ Vent windows
+ Solar glass with low-e film
REDUCED WATER CONSUMPTION
+ Recycle grey water
+ Use low-flow appliances
+ Water heated through solar
evacuated tubes
我们专注于根据周围环境和温和的海洋气候优化建筑物。锥形塔向街道平坦,扩大了2个较低的层,用于商
业空间和行人通道。大遮阳篷将遮挡并保护公众,并促进从街道到内部的过渡。
建筑物的体量和高度来自:
+塔楼位置利用城市景观
+塔楼位置以优化光线并减少周围建筑物的阴影
+塔楼玻璃面板上的银色玻璃料图案可减少热量增加,并使视野畅通无阻
+对主要的西北风向作出反应 - 自然通风
+ 空中大堂是公共的,因此将城市拉入塔楼。
+创建一个迷人的街道前面,宽敞的门廊,到达商业和住宅大堂
+通过银色玻璃料图案遮蔽东西立面,从外侧隐藏
根据基地环境优化建筑
We focused on optimizing the building to the context in Rotterdam — the corner site, the immediate surroundings, and
the Dutch sea climate. The tapered tower flattens out toward the street level, enlarging the 2 lower floors for commer-
cial spaces and pedestrian access. The large awnings will shade and protect the public, and facilitate easy transitions
from street to interior.
The building’s massing and height were derived from:
+ Positioning the tower to take advantage of the city views
+ Positioning the towers to optimize light and reduce shading on surrounding buildings
+ Silver frit patterns on the towers glass panels reduce heat gain and allow for unobstructed views
+ Reacting to the predominant NW wind direction — natural ventilation
+ Skylobbies are public, thus pulling the city up into the tower.
+ Creating an inviting street front with a spacious porte-cochere and arrival in both commercial and residential lobbies
BUILDING OPTIMIZED TO CONTEXT
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锥形塔 // 空中大堂
幕墙 - 结构玻璃幕墙设有透气窗,可自然通风。
在街道上,塔楼向外开放,通向鹿特丹市,同时遮蔽和保
护行人。 这些折叠沿着较低楼层创造舒适的公共空间,并
吸引零售空间。
公共空间重新出现在整个塔楼内,通风的天空大厅充当了
塔楼的绿肺,还包括一个健身房和水疗中心以及一个向公
众开放的餐厅。
TOWER // SKYLOBBIES
CURTAINWALL - The structurally glazed curtain wall has vent
windows for natural ventilation
At the street the tower flares out which open up to the city of
Rotterdam, while shading and protecting the pedestrians. These
folds create comfortable public and retail spaces along the
lower levels. These public spaces reappear throughout the tower,
ventilated sky-lobbies are functioning as green lungs for the tower,
and also contain program such as a gym & spa and a restaurant
open to the public.
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LEAD DESIGNER: ARCHI-TECTONICS
LOCAL ARCHITECT: DUOMO CHINA
LANDSCAPE DESIGNER: !MELK URBAN DESIGN LLC
We were invited by the Governor of the Shaanxi Province
to design a new cultural neighborhood for Yulin, China.
Inspired by two of Yulins architectural traditions, Hutongs
and Folk-Houses, we designed a set of distinct buildings
connected by exterior courtyards, gardens, and plazas,
interior gallerias, and winter gardens. These intertwined
zones respond to the strong climate and connect an art
museum, concert hall, offices, cultural building, five-
star hotel, mall, cinema, service apartments, gallery,
and additional housing.
Each of the programmatic elements are sited in relation
to one another in a way that respects their distinct
characteristics yet creates overall cohesion. For
instance, the hotel is directly connected to the mall and
music center. A series of small art galleries link the art
museum to the art block and lead to the music center,
while the office tower stands tall as the beacon for the
site.
The performance hall lobby leads to dining, 2 levels
of retail, a rehearsal room, and a theater, which seats
1,200 people. Along the art block, a series of small,
art galleries connect the performance hall to the art
museum. The performance hall also connects to the
mall, which includes a basement level supermarket and
4 levels of retail. The mall becomes a galleria landscape,
with circulation crossing giant connective voids.
Drawing on the intimacy of traditional Hutongs,
residences are surrounded by semi-public gardens,
small shops, and childrens playgrounds. The result is
a sustainable and relaxed setting inspired by a fusion of
the ancient and modern, local and global cultures.
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Yulin Culture Art Financial Center
PROJECT TYPE: URBAN DESIGN FEATURING:
+HOTEL +MALL +OFFICE TOWERS +RESIDENTIAL +LIBRARY +CONCERT HALL
TOTAL BUILDING: 5,120,000 FT
2
//475,500 M
2
3500 PARKING SPOTS UNDERGROUND
CLIENT: YULIN GOVERNMENT
LOCATION: YULIN, CHINA
STATUS: INVITED COMPETITION 2012
玉林文化艺术金融中心
In Yulin, Hutongs are narrow streets or alleys formed by rows of “siheyuan,” traditional courtyard
residences that integrate green spaces, shops, and amenities. Since the mid-20th century, Hutongs
and their residences have been significantly reduced to make room for Western buildings. This
design re-introduces the concept of the ancient Hutong in order to intertwine modern building
typologies with amenities.
Urban Infra-Structures // scale shift
+ SITE SHAPE: BASE BUILDING
+ PLATFORM BUILDING WARPING TO ACCOMODATE
TOWER
+PLATFORM BUILDING OPENS TO INTEGRATE
INFRASTRUCTURE
+PLATFORM BUILDING FOLDS TO FORM PUBLIC
SQUARES
+FINAL MASSING CONFIGURATION: TOWERS
LEARNING FROM YULIN
REFERENCE FOR INTERIOR STREETS
SURROUNDING BOULEVARDS
在榆林,胡同是由一排排的“四合院”形成的狭窄的街道或小巷,传统的
四合院住宅融合了绿色空间、商店和便利设施。
自20世纪中期以来,胡同和它们的住所被大大减少,为西方建筑腾出空
间。
该设计重新引入了古代胡同的概念,使现代建筑类型与便利设施相结合。
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+ PUBLIC SQUARES AND GREEN ROOF
HOUSING AND SERVICE APARTMENTS
HUTONG - MIXED USE
+ Courtyard residences form intimate streets
+ Narrow street conditions
+ Residences intertwined with retail
+ Small cafes
+ Semi-public gardens
+ Green space intertwined with uses
+ Accommodate playgrounds + events
TRADITIONAL FOLK HOUSES
+ One of the earliest Chinese architectural types
+ Sustainable design tradition
+ Local styles blend with national characteristics
+ Built in accord with local weather, living
customs, etc.
+ Locally sourced materials
+ Spatially efficient and practical units
TOTAL no. OF APARTMENTS: 8X27 + 9X24 = 432
胡同-混合使用
+庭院住宅形成私密的街道
+狭窄的街道条件
+住宅与零售交织在一起
+小咖啡馆
+半公共花园
+绿色空间与用途交织在一起
+容纳游乐场+活动
传统民居
+中国最早的建筑类型之一
+可持续设计传统
+地方风格与民族特色融合
+根据当地天气建造,居住习俗等
+当地采购的材料
+空间高效实用的单位
COURTYARD SKYLIGHT LOOKS DOWN TO ICE RINK AND MALL
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COURTYARD SKYLIGHT LOOKS DOWN TO ICE RINK AND MALL
[SHOPPING MALL]
LEVEL 4
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 2
MALL ENTRY
LOADING DOCK
PASSAGE BETWEEN BUILDINGS
PASSAGE BETWEEN BUILDINGS
BASEMENT LEVEL
MALL ENTRY
98,500 M
2
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SHOPPING MALL OVERLOOKS PUBLIC SKATING RINK
Concert Hall
CONCERT HALL+THEATER
19,000 M
2
TOTAL
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CONCERT HALL+THEATER
CONCERT HALL+THEATER
RESIDENTIAL
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(2004-2020)
Selected Works
Adding a large extension onto an existing
building with a footprint of only 19 x 40
feet, we converted this townhouse into an
8-storey single residence, by assembling
the additional program as interlocking
vertical volumes, while strategic cuts
allow light to enter deep into the building
section and create curated views. The
complete building volume is wrapped in a
unifying smart skin, made from lightweight
steel frame and folding panels clad with
Trespa™ slats, this “smart climate control
envelope” serves as an adaptable perimeter
of the building. It provides shading and
variable levels of privacy as well as spatial
enclosure of outdoor balconies and roof
terraces.
DESIGN; ARCHI-TECTONICS NYC LLC
GENERAL CONTRACTOR: GALCON
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: WSP
MEP ENGINEER: 2LS
我们将原有的联排别墅增加了一个大型扩展
区,占地面积仅为19 x 40英尺,通过将附加程
序组装为相互联锁的垂直空间,我们将该联排
别墅转变为8层高的单身住宅,而战略性的采光
则使光线可以深入地进入构建部分并创建策展
视图。整个建筑都包裹在统一的智能表皮中,
表皮由轻型钢框架和覆盖有千思板™板条的折叠
面板制成,这种“智能气候控制包膜”可作为
建筑物的适应范围。它提供阴影和可变级别的
隐私,以及室外阳台和屋顶露台的空间封闭。
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PROJECT TYPE: ONE FAMILY RESIDENCE
LOCATION: SOHO, NEW YORK CITY
AREA: 8 STORY 5,000 FT
2
// 465 M
2
STATUS: COMPLETED
512 GW TOWNHOUSE
FEATURED IN
AWARD
512格林威治住宅
SECOND SKIN
NEW CONSTRUCTION
EXISTING
TOWNHOUSE
We addressed the chal-lenge of nearly doubling the size
of the original townhouse by introducing a third volume:
the climat skin. The original build-ing got meticulously
restored, the new steel and glass extension allows for
light and air. The Climate skin regulates climate and
privacy.
联排别墅
通过引入第三卷:气候皮肤,我们解决了将原始
联排别墅的大小几乎增加一倍的挑战。原始建筑
得到了精心修复,新的钢和玻璃扩展架可容纳光
线和空气。气候皮肤调节气候和隐私。
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CLIMATE SKIN
The building volume setbacks are inscribed within in
a unifying, rectangular trellis envelope of multiple
patterns and densi-ties. Made from lightweight steel
frame and folding panels clad with Trespa™ slats, this
smart climate control envelope” serves as an adaptable
perimeter of the building. It provides shading and variable
levels of privacy as well as spatial enclosure of out-
door balconies and roof terraces. Extensive prototyping
assisted in optimizing the move-ment of the trellis
panels, that transform as they open: when closed they
are one smooth surface, when open “finger-like” fins fold
out like feathers of a birdwing.
气候表皮
建筑体积的挫折被刻在一个由多个图案和密度组成
的统一的矩形格子内。 “轻巧的气候控制封套”
由轻型钢框架和覆盖有Trespa™板条的折叠面板制
成,可作为建筑物的适应范围。它提供阴影和可变
级别的隐私,以及室外阳台和屋顶露台的空间封
闭。广泛的原型设计有助于优化格子板的移动,这
些格子板在打开时会发生变化:关闭时,它们是一
个光滑的表面,打开时,“手指状”鳍片会像鸟翼
的羽毛一样折叠起来。
TRELIS OPEN
PROTOTYPING PHASE
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TRELIS CLOSED
垂直性
由于占地相对较小,因此每个楼层都包含一个功
能,通过双倍高度的空间连接,例如在厨房和餐厅
之间以及书房和主卧室之间,从而允许空间交错,
长景和双倍高度的窗口。八层楼的黑色楼梯和玻璃
电梯将所有建筑物连接起来,并通过上方的大天窗
获取光线。一个引人注目的朝南高大槽式双开式
吊灯以连续的方式通过玻璃升降机点亮钢制楼梯。
VERTICALITY
Due to the relatively small floorplates, each floor contains
a program, connected through double height spaces, such
as between the kitchen & dining and between the study
& master bedroom, that allow for spatial interlacing,
long views through, and the double height windows. The
eight story black stairs & glass elevator connect all, and
get light through the large skylight above. A dramatic
south-facing tall slot-win-dow lights the steel staircase
through the glass elevator in one continuous movement.
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ROOF TERRACE AS ‘ROOM’
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DESIGN; ARCHI-TECTONICS
OWNER: VESTRY ACQUISITIONS
PROJECT LEADERS: THOMAS BARRY, DAVID BARR
ARCHITECT OF RECORD: MICHAEL ZENREICH
ARCHI-TECTONICS TEAM: MONTY FORMAN, WOUTER VAN DAELE,
JOSE MUNOZ, JORDAN BARTLETT, LUCIE FLATHER
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: WSP CANTOR SEINUK
MEP ENGINEER; STAN SLUTSKY
PHOTOGRAPHY: FLOTO + WARNER, ARCHI-TECTONICS
CONCEPT // PIXELATION // DIFFERENTIATION
Within Tribecas landmark district, originally a
warehouse hub, we examined four architectural
characteristics:
+ Extreme ceiling heights
+ Tripartite facade subdivisions
+ Durable natural materials
+ Facade alignments
1) Our main consideration was the variety of facades.
In response, we overlaid Vesty Streets varying
facade levels to create a pixelated facade pattern of
translucent stone and glass.
2) Our second consideration was to make each of
the seven “villas” different, and, as a result, each
residence has an exclusive experience.
FEATURED IN
33 威斯特里 公寓
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PROJECT TYPE: 9 -STORY RESIDENTIAL BUILDING
CLIENT: VESTRY ACQUISITIONS, LLC
LOCATION: LANDMARK DISTRICT, TRIBECA, NYC
AREA: 32,500 SF // 3,019 M
2
HEIGHT: 121 FT // 37 M
STATUS: COMPLETED 2011
33 Vestry Street
Facade Pixelation
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Archi-Tectonics with Manufacturer
Along Vestry Street, people are exposed to a vast variety of facades.
However, our building skin unifies the variety via pixilation. The design
team generated numerous patterns by overlaying Vestry Streets varying
facade levels. The resulting, translucent, pixilation is comprised of stone
and glass, allowing the building to absorb sunlight during the day and glow
at night.
Towards the street, the pixelated, north facade has lower ceiling heights
沿着维斯特里街(Vestry Street),人们暴露于各种各样的外墙。但
是,我们的建筑皮肤通过像素化统一了品种。设计团队通过覆盖Vestry
Street的各种立面层,生成了许多图案。产生的半透明像素化由石头和
玻璃组成,使建筑物在白天吸收阳光,在夜晚发光。
朝向街道的像素化北立面具有较低的天花板高度,可用于私人和私密空
间。在建筑物的相对侧,南立面通过双倍高度的空间,阳光房和阳台来
优化日光照射,然后将阴影折射到需要较少光线的空间。
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Along the south facade, double
height spaces house sunrooms and
cantilever into vast, outdoor spaces.
Inside, floors and ceilings fold—
differentiating programs without fully
enclosing spaces. For necessarily
intimate spaces, double height
ceilings scoop across the open plan
and lower at the north facade.
在南立面上,双高空间将日光浴室和悬臂
式房屋纳入广阔的室外空间。内部,地板
和天花板可折叠-区分程序而无需完全封
闭空间。对于必不可少的私密空间,双高
的天花板在整个开放平面中呈瓢状,在北
立面处呈较低高度。
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+PENTHOUSE POOL WITH DECK
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[ TRIPLEX APARTMENT SAMPLE ]
[ STAIRS TO BULKHEAD ]
DESIGN; ARCHI-TECTONICS
PROJECT LEADERS: DAVID BARR
CONTRACTOR: DUTCHMAN CONTRACTING
PHOTOGRAPHY: RENE CLEMENT, ARCHI-TECTONICS
Located on the Upper West Side of
Manhattan, the Eisen Penthouse merges
furniture with architecture to create
seamless spaces, maximize livable area,
and frame views. A sculpted wall folds
from the living room to the kitchen while
privatizing the master bedroom. In the
living room, the wall displays artwork and
curves into shelves; while, in the master
bedroom, it folds into closet space.
Eisen Penthouse位于曼哈顿上西区,将
家具与建筑融合在一起,以创造出无缝的
空间,最大化的居住面积和框架景观。雕
刻的墙壁从客厅折叠到厨房,同时将主卧
室私有化。在客厅里,墙上放着艺术品并
弯曲成架子。而在主卧室,它可以折叠到
壁橱空间。
艾森顶层住宅
PROJECT TYPE: RESIDENTIAL PENTHOUSE
LOCATION: UPPER WEST SIDE, NYC
AREA: 1,320 FT
2
// 123 M
2
STATUS: COMPLETED 2010
Eisen Penthouse
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Master Bedroom
Master Bathroom
Foyer
North Terrace
East Terrace
Living
Dining
Guest Bedroom
Guest Bathroom
Kitchen
Two continuous surfaces make up the sculpted
wall: white titanium colored epoxy and walnut
veneer. A soffit follows the wall and shapes a
centralized raised ceiling, painted with a silver
texture.
Wrapping into the kitchen, the wall folds into a
breakfast bar, cabinets, and a serving station. A
metal shelf bends parallel with the cabinets and
dissolves at the entrance of the kitchen where it
becomes a cooking surface.
Recessed lights highlight this waving multi-
purpose surface.
雕刻后的墙壁由两个连续的表面组成:白色钛色
环氧树脂和胡桃木贴面。拱腹跟在墙壁后面,并
塑造出中央凸起的天花板,上面涂有银色纹理。
包裹在厨房中的墙壁可折叠成早餐吧台,橱柜和
服务站。一个金属架子与柜子平行弯曲,并在厨
房的入口处溶解,并变成烹饪表面。
+SMART WALLS CONTAINING
STORAGE AND RECESSED LIGHTING
REPLACE STANDARD WALLS
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CONCEPT // VOLUMES // PREFAB
The 2,400 sf Dub Residence comprises of two
volumes; a wood-clad “T” volume crosses over
a lower stone volume and cantilevers 15’ into
a garden.
Prefab panels provide high level insulation,
therefore reducing energy consumption. Glass
is strategically placed to take advantage of
passive solar energy to heat and light the
interior, while a radiant floor system also
provides efficient heating and cooling.
DESIGN; ARCHI-TECTONICS
ARCHITECT OF RECORD: PASS ARCHITEKTUR
ENGINEER; Segbers & Witte GbR
PHOTOGRAPHY: ARCHI-TECTONICS
占地2,400平方英尺的Dub Residence共分两册;
木质的“ T”字形体积越过较低的石头体积,悬
臂15’进入花园。
预制面板可提供高水平的隔热效果,因此降低了
能耗。在战略上放置玻璃是为了利用被动太阳能
来加热和照明内部,而辐射地板系统还可以提供
有效的加热和冷却。
Dub 住宅
PROJECT TYPE: PRIVATE RESIDENCE, PRE-FABRICATED
LOCATION: VREDEN, GERMANY
AREA: 2,500 SF // 232 M
2
HEIGHT: 2 STORIES
STATUS: COMPLETED 2009
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PREFAB //
Through the prefabrication process we were able to
create an affordable and environmentally efficient
residence with green roofs.
The panels were built and finished offsite and then
hoisted by a crane on site into their final positions.
The prefabrication process took 3 days, and the full
home was completed in 6 weeks.
+AT THREE DAY CONSTRUCTION TIME
SIX WEEKS LATER THE HOUSE WAS FINISHED
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预制 //
通过预制过程,我们能够创建价格合理且环保的绿
色屋顶住宅。
这些板是在现场建造和完成的,然后在现场用起重
机吊起到最终位置。预制过程耗时3天,整个房屋
在6周内完成。
ENERGY EFFICIENCY / LOW MAINTENANCE //
Natural materials were chosen for the exterior
so that the house undergoes an organic aging
process and requires little to no maintenance.
For instance, the untreated, reclaimed, IPE
wood siding naturally resists decay and
weathering.
能源效率/低维护//
外墙选用了天然材料,因此房屋经过了有机老化处
理,几乎不需要维护。例如,未经处理的IPE木质
外墙可自然抵抗腐烂和风化。
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[L-SHAPED COURTYARD]
40 apartments in a range of sizes and
DESIGN: ARCHI-TECTONICS
PRINCIPAL IN CHARGE: WINKA DUBBELDAM
ARCHI-TECTONICS TEAM:PATRICK WONG, PILAR ECHE-
ZARRETA, MONTY FORMAN, TINA TUNG, BRIAN HOLLAND
PROJECT LEADER: BITTOR SANCHEZ-MONASTERIO
ARCHITECT OF RECORD: ZIMMERS ASSOCIATES SL
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT: CREATIVE CONSTRUCTION
MANAGERS CCM, PHILADELPHIA
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: WSP CANTOR SEINUK
ENGINEERS,PC
MECHANICAL ENGINEERS: BHG CONSULTING,INC
PHOTOGRAPHY: ARCHI-TECTONICS
NEW URBAN AREAS //
Northern Liberties, Philadelphia is an
upcoming, trendy neighborhood with
small-scale housing, ateliers, and a blend
of cultures. The American Loft Building
provides a range of apartment sizes and
layouts. To meet a demand for parking,
we tucked a parking lot underneath the
residential building’s sloping, bottom
ceiling and diagonal columns.
新市区//
费城北部自由区(Northern Liberties)是一
个即将到来的时尚社区,拥有小规模的住房,
工作室和多种文化。美国阁楼大厦提供各种公
寓大小和布局。为了满足停车需求,我们将一
个停车场塞进了居民楼的倾斜,底部天花板和
对角柱下方。
美式跃层
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AMERICAN LOFT BUILDING
PROJECT TYPE: RESIDENTIAL TOWER
CLIENT: CREI,LLC
LOCATION: NORTHERN LIBERTIES,PHILADELPHIA
AREA: 61,000 FT
2
// 5,667 M
2
HEIGHT: 119 FT // 36 M
STATUS: COMPLETED 2008
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PARKING BECOMES PARK //
The parking lot is also covered in “grass-
crete,” a grass-like drainage system. Trees
and planted walls wrap the perimeter of
the lot. As a result, American Lofts street
level has an inviting, courtyard condition.
停车场成为公园//
停车场还覆盖着草状排水系统“草混凝土”
。树木和种植的墙壁环绕了整块土地。因
此,American Loft的街道水平具有诱人的庭
院环境。
美式跃层大楼有40套
公寓,包括2栋联排别
墅和2栋顶层公寓,一
个3,000平方英尺的体
育馆,1,300平方英尺
的零售店和35个地下
停车位。为了在社区
的亲密范围内合并这
些众多计划,我们拒
绝了建造塔的想法,
而是着眼于城市别墅
的开放性。因此,这
40个阁楼通过开放
式布局和长长的环绕
式阳台实现了空间效
率。
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The American Loft building has 40 apartments, including 2 townhouses
and 2 penthouses, a 3,000 sf gym, 1,300 sf of retail, and 35 underground
parking spots. To merge these numerous programs within the
neighborhood’s intimate scale, we rejected the notion of building a
tower and focused on the openness of an Urban Villa. The 40 lofts are
therefore spatially efficient through open layouts and long, wrapping
balconies.
PROGRAM
The building is a poured-in-place concrete structure, which benefits
from all the qualities concrete buildings have — sloping ground floor,
large cantilevers for penthouses, and free hanging balconies. The
pre-fabricated insulated aluminum façade was installed immediately
after the pour was complete, and it only took 3 weeks to enclose the
whole building. Where the sloping part of the building folds into the
façade, the panels are curved to facilitate a smooth transition. Also, the
insulated aluminum windows fit seamlessly within the façade pattern,
creating rhythm.
PREFAB
DESIGN; ARCHI-TECTONICS
PROJECT LEADER: ANA SOTREL
ARCHI-TECTONICS TEAM: MICHAEL HUNDSNURSCHER, TANJA BITZER,
DEBORAH KULLY, NICOLA BAUMAN, TY TIKARI, AMY FARINA
ARCHITECT OF RECORD; DAVID HOTSON ARCHITECT
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: BURO HAPPOLD NY
MECHANICAL ENGINEER: GABOR SZAKAL ENGINEERS
EXPEDITOR: MICHAEL ZENREICH
CURTAIN WALL CONSULTANT: ISRAEL BURGER, BILL LOGAN
CONCEPT // CREASE // CODE
497 Greenwich Street comprises of a renovated,
6-story, SoHo warehouse and an adjacent, 11-story
addition. The additions glass facade cascades
over the existing building and down to street level.
These inflections in the glass were generated by
strict setback laws.
The renovated warehouse and adjacent addition
accommodate 24 unit owners, a duplex penthouse,
wine cellar, fitness center, two saunas, swimming
pool, private storage, and a theater/screening
room. The top floors house luxury penthouses with
terraces. A recessed terrace gives access to public
spaces along Greenwich Street.
概念//创建//代码
格林威治街497号包括一个经过翻
新的6层SoHo仓库和一个相邻的11
层建筑。增建的玻璃幕墙层叠在
现有建筑物上,直至街道。玻璃
上的这些弯曲是由严格的挫折法
则引起的。
翻新后的仓库和相邻的仓库可容
纳24个单位的所有者,复式顶层
公寓,酒窖,健身中心,两个桑
拿浴室,游泳池,私人仓库和剧
院/放映室。顶层设有带露台的豪
华顶层公寓。凹陷的露台可通往
格林威治街沿线的公共空间。
497格林威治公寓
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PROJECT TYPE: 25 RESIDENTIAL LOFTS AND RETAIL
CLIENT: TAKE ONE LLC
LOCATION: WEST SOHO, NYC
AREA: 80,000 FT
2
// 7432 M
2
HEIGHT: 145 FT // 44 M
STATUS: COMPLETED 2004
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PERIODICALS
MAINROOF- L.P.
+ 133'-0 3/4"
TOP OF PENTHOUSE
SKYLIGHT
+138'-3 1/2"
14.99°
23.72°
-8.41°
4.10°
28.23°
3.45°
7TH FLOOR
+ 73'-3"
8TH FLOOR
+ 85'-3"
11TH FLOOR
+ 121'-3"
6TH FLOOR
+ 61'-3"
5TH FLOOR
+ 49'-5"
4TH FLOOR
+ 38'-5"
3RD FLOOR
+ 27'-5"
2ND FLOOR
+ 16'-5"
9TH FLOOR
+ 97'-3"
14.99°
-0.63°
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WORKPOINT #22
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WORKPOINT #23
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+ 133'-0 3/4"
TOP OF PENTHOUSE
SKYLIGHT
+138'-3 1/2"
14.99°
23.72°
-8.41°
4.10°
28.23°
3.45°
7TH FLOOR
+ 73'-3"
8TH FLOOR
+ 85'-3"
11TH FLOOR
+ 121'-3"
6TH FLOOR
+ 61'-3"
5TH FLOOR
+ 49'-5"
4TH FLOOR
+ 38'-5"
3RD FLOOR
+ 27'-5"
2ND FLOOR
+ 16'-5"
9TH FLOOR
+ 97'-3"
14.99°
-0.63°
WORKPOINT #7
EL +62'-9 1/8"
-1'-4 5/8" FROM GRIDLINE 1
WORKPOINT #5
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-3'-1" FROM GRIDLINE 1
WORKPOINT #3
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WORKPOINT #1
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WORKPOINT #2
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WORKPOINT #4
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WORKPOINT #6
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WORKPOINT #8
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-6'-0" FROM GRIDLINE 1
WORKPOINT #9
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WORKPOINT #11
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WORKPOINT #10
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WORKPOINT #12
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WORKPOINT #13
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-16'-1 1/8" FROM GRIDLINE 1
WORKPOINT #15
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-23'-1 1/4" FROM GRIDLINE 1
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+ 109'-3"
WORKPOINT #14
EL +109'-3"
-23'-1 1/4" FROM GRIDLINE 1
WORKPOINT #16
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-29'-8" FROM GRIDLINE 1
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WORKPOINT #20
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-16'-1 1/8" FROM GRIDLINE 1
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-16'-1 1/8" FROM GRIDLINE 1
WORKPOINT #22
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-6'-0" FROM GRIDLINE 1
WORKPOINT #23
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NYC SETBACK CODE SETBACK VARIATION 2.7 TO 1 SKY EXPOSURE PLAN INFLECTION1 INFLECTION2
On the western side— facing the Hudson River
a folding glass facade cascades 11 levels. The
blue-green transparency also wraps over the
adjacent building, providing the top duplex a glass
clerestory. As a result, inhabitants are offered
panoramic views of the city— from the Hudson to
the tip of Manhattan Island.
The cascade facade comprises of 3 sub-profiles.
First, 7’ wide latticework of light steel attach to
cantilevered floor slabs. Secondly, a structurally
glazed wall with operable windows bends and
cascades down. And lastly, extruded aluminum fins
cover the joints between the glass panels.
This complex construction required the skills and
precision of automotive glazing technology.
After facade assemblage was unitized in
Inection
在西侧,面对哈德逊河(Hudson River),可折
叠的玻璃幕墙层叠成11层。蓝绿色的透明性还包
裹着相邻的建筑物,为顶部的双层玻璃提供了玻
璃装饰。结果,从哈德逊到曼哈顿岛的一角,居
民们都可以欣赏到城市的全景。
级联立面包括3个子轮廓。首先,将7英寸宽的轻
钢网格固定到悬臂楼板上。其次,带有可操作窗
户的结构玻璃墙弯曲并向下倾斜。最后,挤压铝
翅片覆盖玻璃面板之间的接缝。
这种复杂的结构需要汽车玻璃技术的技巧和精
度。在布鲁克林将外墙组合在一起后,将玻璃板
从钢制型材上悬挂下来。
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+THE CREASE WITH BALCONIES NEGOTIATES THE NEW GLASS BUILDING WITH EXISTING WAREHOUSE
Energy Eciency
For environmental efficiency, we constructed
the glass wall with two layers of insulated,
laminated, glass panels. A low-E coating of
metallic oxide is applied to block radiant heat
transfer and ultraviolet radiation and provide
passive solar energy.
The glass panels were bent in Barcelona, Spain.
Aluminum provides thermal breaks at the joints
of the glass panels. In order to match the
facade’s complex angles, the aluminum was
custom extruded in Hong Kong.
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Herbert Muschamp of the New York Times wrote: “……… I like these new crystals. They seem ideally suited to a built-up cityscape that is often
compared to a natural formation. I particularly like them in the form of parabuildings which fasten upon older structures, as if precipitated there by
a dense atmosphere of change. And I suspect that the desire for change will produce even more of these gems.”
+ BILL LOGAN FROM ISRAEL BERGER IS THE CURTAIN
WALL CONSULTANT FOR THIS DARING FOLDED GLASS
BUILDING. SAILBOAT TECHNOLOGY WAS USED TO KEEP
THE STRUCTURE LIGHT.
为了提高环境效率,我们用两层隔热的层压玻璃板
建造了玻璃墙。应用低辐射的金属氧化物涂层来阻
止辐射热传递和紫外线辐射,并提供无源太阳能。
玻璃板在西班牙巴塞罗那弯曲。铝会在玻璃面板的
接合处产生热断裂。为了匹配外墙的复杂角度,铝
是在香港定制挤出的。
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+85’3”
GREENWICH BUILDING
DESIGN; ARCHITECTONICS
PROJECT LEADER: BITTOR SANCHEZ-MONASTERIO
ARCHI-TECTONICS TEAM: BROOKS ATWOOD, ANA SOTREL
ARCHITECT OF RECORD; RANDALL COLLINS
GENERAL CONTRACTOR: NEW INDUSTRIES, NYC
MECHANICIAL ENGINEER: STANISLAV SLUTSKY, P.E.
PHOTOGRAPHY: FLOTO + WARNER STUDIO
The Schein Loft is on the 8th floor of our 497 Greenwich
Building. We therefore translated the architectural design
to the interior with a folded bogwood spine that spatially
organizes the apartment— separating and connecting,
displaying and privatizing. The bogwood’s lit axis branches
to the music room, guest bathroom, master bedroom, and
bathroom.
The interior also includes a blue-glass master bathroom,
which contains an overflow bath and steam shower, and art
storage areas, which are either within the bogwood spine
or in rooms concealed behind pivoting walls. The loft also
includes a 7ft long steel fireplace set in a mantel of local
stone.
Schein阁楼位于我们的497 Greenwich大楼的8楼。
因此,我们将折叠式翻盖木脊柱将建筑设计转换为内
部空间,从而在空间上对公寓进行了组织-分隔,连
接,展示和私有化。 g木的发光轴分支到音乐室,宾
客浴室,主卧室和浴室。
内部还包括一个蓝玻璃主浴室,其中包括溢流浴缸和
蒸汽淋浴,以及艺术品储藏区,这些储藏区位于斜板
书脊内或隐藏在可旋转墙后的房间中。阁楼还包括一
个7英尺长的钢制壁炉,位于当地石材的壁炉架中。
FEATURED IN
斯恩跃层
PROJECT TYPE: RESIDENTIAL LOFT
LOCATION: GW BUILDING; WEST SOHO, NYC
CLIENT: PETER SCHEIN
AREA: 3200 FT
2
// 297 M
2
STATUS: COMPLETED COMPLETED 2006
AWARD: METROPOLIS ‘SMART ENVIRONMENT AWARD’
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DESIGN; ARCHITECTONICS
PROJECT LEADER: BITTOR SANCHEZ-MONASTERIO
ARCHI-TECTONICS TEAM: BROOKS ATWOOD, ANA SOTREL
ARCHITECT OF RECORD; RANDALL COLLINS
GENERAL CONTRACTOR: NEW INDUSTRIES, NYC
MECHANICIAL ENGINEER: STANISLAV SLUTSKY, P.E.
PHOTOGRAPHY: FLOTO + WARNER STUDIO
西立面的折叠式幕墙可欣赏到哈德逊河的
景色,而屋顶露台则提供了户外空间。
The west facade’s folded curtain wall
reveals views of the Hudson River, and a
roof terrace provides outdoor space.
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+ART STORAGE HIDDEN IN FOLDED WALLS AT ENTRANCE
沼泽橡木脊柱//
阁楼的书脊由薄薄的黑色金属框架包裹着沼泽橡木贴面组成。木材
被埋在泥炭沼泽中,可以防止腐烂,木材自然染成金色和黑色图
案。
这根脊柱拥有一个自由悬挂的天花板,上面隐藏着冷却,加热,加
湿器和空气净化系统。
SECTION THROUGH APARTMENT
BOG OAK SPINE //
The lofts spine comprises of a thin, black metal frame clad in
a bog oak veneer. Buried in peat bogs and preserved from de-
cay, the wood is naturally stained a blond and black pattern.
This spine holds a freely suspended ceiling plane that hides
cooling, heating, a humidifier, and an air purification system.
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+橡木折叠墙创造了主体
在同一时间的公寓动脉
私人空间,如主卧
在这里看到床和浴室
+BOG-OAK FOLDED WALLS CREATE THE MAIN
ARTERY OF THE APARTMENT AND AT SAME TIME
THE PRIVATE SPACES, SUCH AS THE MASTER
BED- AND BATH ROOM SEEN HERE
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+CUSTOM POURED RESIN SINK LIT FROM THE ABOVE AND BELOW
The Gypsy Trail residence harmonizes with
the tumbling hills at Croton Reservoir in
upstate New York. Constructed of rough stone
collected on site, the ground floor partially
recesses into the hillside.
The steel, wood, and glass second floor
cantilevers off the stone base and twists at
an angle to procure a direct view of the lake
and maximize sunlight in the home. Designing
“from the inside out” resulted in a residence
in which all rooms evoke the outdoors.
DESIGN; ARCHI-TECTONICS
PROJECT LEADER: MICHAEL HUNDSNURSCHER
ARCHI-TECTONICS TEAM: ROB HENDERSON, TANJA BITZER, KAJSA
KRAUSE, AARON BRAKKE, SEBASTIAN SAINT JEAN, SIKI IM, RON HEN-
DERSON, MICHAEL JOHNSTON
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: BURO HAPPOLD NY
MECHANICAL ENGINEER: STANISLAV SLUTSKY ENGINEERS
GENERAL CONTRACTOR: T & L CONSTRUCTION
PHOTOGRAPHY: FLOTO & WARNER PHOTOGRAPHY
吉普赛步道(Gypsy Trail)住宅与纽约州北
部克罗顿水库(Croton Reservoir)的翻滚
山丘相协调。地面是用现场收集的粗糙石材
建造的,地下部分凹入山坡。
钢铁,木头和玻璃制成的第二层悬臂从石材
底座上悬垂下来,并以一定角度扭转,从而
可以直接欣赏到湖泊的景致,并最大限度地
增加了家中的阳光。 “由内而外”的设计产
生了一个住宅,所有房间都仿佛在户外。
吉普赛步道 住宅
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Gypsy Trail Residence
PROJECT TYPE: PRIVATE RESIDENCE
CLIENT: MICHAEL H. SPAIN
LOCATION: KENT, NY
AREA: 3,000 SF // 278 M
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STATUS: COMPLETED 2003
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Our design concept, generative armature, is a
critique on the traditional domestic structure of
hallways and rooms.
In contrast to the traditional residential setting,
our design eliminates hallways and overlaps zones
through smooth folds in the core. Going up the entry
stair, occupants enter a slightly raised main floor,
where the gaze is directed through a series of slots
in the armatures walls, overlooking the lake beyond.
Here one finds the living and dining room, a sunroom,
the master bedroom, and an office. Descending the
interior stairs, along the folded armature walls,
occupants are led to a gymnasium, guest quarters,
and a garage. The lower floor has direct access to
the lake via a recessed, hidden path with a retaining
wall built of site rocks. Built into the rocks are a
outdoor shower and hot tub.
PERFORMATIVE ANALYSIS//
FREE ZONES
我们的设计理念,即生成电枢,是对传统的走廊和
房间内部结构的批评。
与传统的住宅环境相比,我们的设计消除了走廊,
并通过核心的平滑折叠消除了重叠区域。沿着入口
楼梯,乘员进入略微升高的主地板,凝视通过电枢
壁上的一系列缝隙,俯瞰着周围的湖泊。在这里,
您可以找到起居室和餐厅,日光室,主卧室和办公
室。沿着折叠的电枢壁下降到内部楼梯之后,乘员
被带到体育馆,住客宿舍和车库。较低的楼层可通
过一条隐藏的,隐藏的小路直接通往湖泊,该小路
有一块用现场岩石建造的挡土墙。内置在岩石中的
是户外淋浴和热水浴缸。
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WEBSTER’S WORLD DICTIONARY: A soft iron bar placed across the poles of a magnet to
keep it from losing magnetic power
+ SMART STRUCTURE
+ CIRCULATORY AND GENERATIVE ELEMENT-
CENTRALLY LOCATED INTEGRATING HYGENIC AMENITIES,
HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS, A SOUND SYSTEM
AND A FIRE PLACE
FLOOR 2
1- ENTRANCE
2- SUNROOM
3-STUDY
4- LIVING ROOM
5- KITCHEN
6- DINING ROOM
7- MASTER BEDROOM
8- MASTER BATHROOM
+智能结构
+循环和发电要素-
位于中心的综合卫生设施,加热和冷却系统,
声音系统和一个壁炉
ARMATURE
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The structural core rising from the first to second
floor is a “smart structure” that integrates
kitchen, bathroom, fireplace, heating, cooling,
and music systems. Morphing structural and
functional systems produces an organic sculpture
that disrupts the “pure box.
Where the roof bends to meet this armature, glass
panels replace the zinc roof and form skylights.
At the end of the armature, the glass folds into a
wall and serves as a shower room, privatized by
the sites dense trees.
从第一层到第二层的结构核心是一个“智能结
构”,它集成了厨房,浴室,壁炉,供暖,制冷
和音乐系统。变形结构和功能系统会产生破坏“
纯盒子”的有机雕塑。
在屋顶弯曲以适应该电枢的地方,玻璃面板代替
了锌制屋顶并形成了天窗。在电枢的末端,玻璃
被折叠成一堵墙,并作为淋浴房,被现场茂密的
树木私有化。
+BATHROOM
The residences zinc roof responds to the interior
armature with tilts and fragments. Where the
roof bends to meet the armature, glass planes
take the place of zinc, forming continuous
skylights. At the end of the armature, the
glass bends into a transparent shower room,
suspended between trees.
As the sun arcs through the sky, the armature
absorbs the suns rays and channels them into
the various areas of the house. This architecture
serves as both an environmental regulator
(cooling, heating) and natural environments.
住宅的锌质屋顶通过倾斜和碎片响应内部电
枢。在屋顶弯曲以适应衔铁的地方,玻璃板代
替了锌,形成了连续的天窗。在电枢的末端,
玻璃弯曲成透明的淋浴房,悬挂在树木之间。
当太阳在天空中飞舞时,电枢吸收太阳光线并
将其引导到房屋的各个区域。该体系结构既可
以用作环境调节器(制冷,供暖),又可以用
作自然环境。
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To design the Gypsy Trail Residence, we
utilized the concept of interdependent
layers. A wall-glass-roof-armature
serves as the infrastructural core —
an efficiency of use. The core also
contains all technological functions
such as cooking, heating, cooling, and
为了设计吉普赛步道住宅,我们利用
了相互依存层的概念。玻璃墙屋顶电
枢是基础设施的核心-使用效率。该核
心还包含所有技术功能,例如烹饪,
加热,冷却和声音系统。
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吉普赛步道 客人住宅
+THE GUESTHOUSE SITS AS A ‘BACKPACK” ON THE STONE GARAGE
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+THE GUESTHOUSE SITS AS A ‘BACKPACK” ON THE STONE GARAGE
CONCEPT // CORE // PLANES
The 4,000 sf, full floor D+L Loft is
situated in the heart of Manhattans
trendy East Village and has a 360
degree view of the city. To highlight
the lofts expansiveness, we exposed
the low slung, concrete plank ceiling
and designed the spaces around a
translucent material core. The center,
honeycomb-like panels fold around the
lofts large truss and contain all private
areas, such as bathrooms, walk-in
closets, and a powder room.
DESIGN; ARCHITECTONICS
ARCHITECT OF RECORD; RANDALL COLLINS
GENERAL CONTRACTOR: JANUSZ NATKANIEC
MECHANICIAL ENGINEER: STANISLAV SLUTSKY, P.E.
概念//核心//平面
占地4,000平方英尺的全层D + L阁楼位于曼哈
顿时尚的东村中心,可360度欣赏城市全景。为
了彰显阁楼的宽敞性,我们暴露了低矮的混凝
土木板天花板,并在半透明的材料核心周围设
计了空间。中央的蜂窝状面板围绕阁楼的大桁
架折叠,并包含所有私人区域,例如浴室,步
入式衣橱和化妆间。
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D+L LOFT
PROJECT TYPE: APARTMENT RENOVATION
LOCATION: EAST VILLAGE, NYC
AREA: 4000 FT
2
// 372 M
2
[FULL FLOOR LOFT IN TOWER]
+TOP VIEW OF FULL FLOOR APARTMENT
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We developed a translucent honeycomb panel
with Panelite, a material design firm. Rather than
cladding the honeycombs with a translucent plate,
we used poured resin to create soft, bendable curves.
The results intricacy and fluidity is highlighted with
recessed lighting.
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Material Technology developed by
Archi-Tectonics with Manufacturer
我们与材料设计公司Panelite合作开发了半透明蜂窝板。
与其使用半透明的板覆盖蜂窝,不如使用浇注的树脂来创
建柔软,可弯曲的曲线。嵌入式照明突出显示了结果的复
杂性和流动性。
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LARGE FURNITURES
Bent walnut forms niches and opens to a communal space.
Formations include zones for dressing, sleeping, and relaxing
in the bedroom, as well as a large library and guestroom.
In the bathroom, a continuous surface made of waterproof
fiber-reinforced plaster envelopes the sink, shapes the
shower basin, and nests the bathtub.
大型家具
弯曲的核桃形成壁ni并通向公共空间。编队包括在卧室,大型图
书馆和客房内的着装,睡眠和放松区域。
在浴室中,由防水纤维增强的石膏制成的连续表面包裹着水槽,
塑造了淋浴盆的形状,并嵌套了浴缸。
URBAN DESIGN
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CLIENT: HANGZHOU GONGSHU DISTRICT GOVERNMENT
LEAD DESIGNER: WINKA DUBBELDAM,
JUSTIN KORHAMMER
LOCAL ARCHITECT: ZHEJIANG INSTITUTE OF
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
LANDSCAPE DESIGNER: !MELK URBAN DESIGN LLC
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: THORNTON TOMASETTI
TRAFFICE ENGINEER: MIC ITALY
As the winner of the Invited Asian Games Competition,
we believe that the main stadium should be an important
landmark of Hangzhou, displaying cutting-edge design
innovation and construction technology. The 2 Stadiums
will be outstanding examples of green design; with our
Energy Saving, Environment friendly and Sustainable
design, they respond to the governmentss Sponge City
concept. The park was designed to be an event space for
the neighborhood and a green lung for the city, it will be
a multi-functional, open and beautiful Culture & Sports
Park.
FEATURED IN
作为特邀亚运会竞赛的优胜者,我们认为主体育场应
该成为杭州的一个重要地标,展示前沿的设计创新和
施工技术。
这两个场馆将是绿色设计的杰出典范;
通过节能、环保、可持续的设计,他们响应了政府的
海绵城市理念。
公园被设计为社区的活动空间和城市的绿色肺,它将
是一个多功能、开放、美丽的文化体育公园。
景观设计
景观设计
Asian Games 2022
PROJECT TYPE: ASIAN GAMES PARK, STADIUMS:
+35,000M2 TABLE TENNIS STADIUM + 5000 SEAT ARENA + 18,000M2 FIELD HOCKEY STADIUM
+20,000m2 VALLEY VILLAGE SHOPPING CONCEPT
LOCATION: HANGZHOU, CHINA // 467,400 m2
STATUS: INVITED COMPETITION, WINNER
Masterplan
亚运会总体规划
UNDER CONSTRUCTION
正在施工
EVENT VENUE ACCESSIBILITY
Our expectation is that Xialongwei station, which is the
closest to our site, and also close to the city center will be
the primary access point for visitors to our site, although
other stations are also considered.
PEDESTRIAN FLOWS
We expect Route 1 to function as the primary access since
it is close to the site and follows a major road, while Route
2 is on a residential street. Route 3 is a bit farther but still
walkable.
MASTER PLAN
PEDESTRIAN CONNECTIVITY
Good Permeability with the surrounding neighborhood is
especially important for legacy park use.
行人连接
良好的与周边社区的渗透性对于遗产公园的使用尤
为重要。
行人流量
我们希望1号公路作为主要通道,因为它靠近基地
并且沿着一条主要道路,而2号公路位于一条住宅
街道上。
3号公路稍微远一点,但仍然可以步行。
活动场地的可访问性
虽然其他车站也在考虑范围内,但我们的期望是离
场地最近,也靠近市中心的下龙尾站将成为游客到
场地的主要入口。
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Table Tennis Stadium
34.000 m2
Valley Village Shopping Concept
31.000 m2
Field Hockey Stadium
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Field Hockey Stadium
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FIELD HOCKEY STADIUM
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曲棍球馆
14000平米
峡谷村概念商业
31000平米
乒乓球馆
34000平米
景观设计
Landscape by !melk
DESIGN: ARCHI-TECTONICS
LANDSCAPE: !MELK
TRANSPORTATION: MOBILITY IN CHAIN
The AltaView Healthy Living Community proposes
a balanced, sustainable coexistence of nature and
architecture, smart urban design and building typologies
that actively promote well-being and a healthy lifestyle,
a multi-layered mixed-use program that fosters new
forms of wellness, living, working and leisure, as well as
a sense of community and connectedness.
AltaView健康生活社区提出了一个平衡、可持
续共存的自然和建筑,智能城市设计和建筑类
型学,积极促进健康和健康的生活方式,多层次
的综合计划,促进新形式的健康,生活,工作和
休闲,以及社区和连通性。
远眺健康村落
Masterplan
PROJECT TYPE: 80 ACRE MASTER PLAN:
WITH HEALTHCARE & WELLNESS, EDUCATIONAL, COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL
AREA: MASTER PLAN: 80 ACRE
BUILDINGS: 2,000,000 SF
AltaView Healthy Village
Private electric cars
Internal electric shuttle (wheel-
chair accessible)
Internal private network of electric
bicycles with charging stations
Walking
Wheelchair
Walking with disability
LANDMARK
The concept was to keep the historical radial
plan with the landmark buildings as the new
center of the expanded plan. This center is easily
accessible, beautifully paved, green, and car free.
Encompassing the center is a ring of smaller
parks and sports facilities, radiating into stepped
residential structures overlooking the GreenBelt
LIVING ON
THE GREEN-
BELT
WELLNESS IN THE
GARDEN BELT
LIVING ON THE
GREENBELT
NEW
ENTRANCE
VIEWS
VIEWS
VIEWS
CAR-FREE
CENTER
HISTORIC
CENTER
PUBLIC
SERVICES
FARMS &
COMMUNITY
CENTER
NEW
EN-
TRANCE
SERVICE
ENTRANCE
NEW
ENTRANCE
地标
概念是保持历史放射状的规划和地标建筑
作为新的中心扩大规划。
这个中心很容易到达,漂亮的路面,绿色
的,而且没有汽车。
围绕中心的是一圈较小的公园和体育设
施,向外辐射成阶梯式的住宅结构,俯
瞰绿地
the movement of water
plantanus x acerifolia, gridded street tree
trees
plantanus x acerifolia, gridded plaza tree
stone trace
trees
liquidambar styraciflua
betula papyrifera
gymnocladus dioiclus
the movement of water
ALTA VIEW - HEALTHY VILLAGE : LANDSCAPE
远眺 - 康乐新村: 景观规划

Water rills are placed strategically
throughout the site to collect storm-water
runoff and divert it to on-site bio-swales
and reflecting pools where the water
volume can be attenuated and cleansed
before moving off-site.
在整个站点上策略性地放置水钻,以收
集雨水径流并将其转移到现场的生物通
道和反射池中,在移出现场之前,可以
减弱和清洁水量。
Green parking
Low speed zones
Storm water
management
the retention of water
VILLAGE CENTER
// PAVING CREATES CONNECTIVE TISSUE // RESTORE OLD BUILDINGS
Permeable pavement
Green living
Solar lighting
Geothermal energyGreen living
the retention of water
trees
liquidambar styraciflua
betula papyrifera
gymnocladus dioiclus
Terraced housing, permeable walkways, green parking
lots, alternative energy, and low-speed zones
Private electric cars
Internal electric shuttle
(wheelchair accessible)
Internal private network of electric
bicyclyes with charging stations
Walking
Wheelchair
Walking with disability
A New path towards a new Gate can
change user’s perception upon arrival.
Cars will be directed to landscaped
parking areas integrated into the
landscape. From there users will move
within a car free environment thanks to
the provision of a set of sustainable soft-
mobility options.
通往新登机口的新途径可以改变用户抵
达后的感知。汽车将被引导到与景观整
合的景观停车场。由于提供了一系列可
持续的软机动选项,因此用户可以从那
里在无车环境中移动。
Mobility goals and visions
移动目标和愿景
SEAVIEW CAMPUS
SITE ANALYSIS: ROAD ASSESSMENT
ROADS TO REMAIN
ROADS TO WIDEN/ ALTER (30’ circa)
NEW ROADS
ROADS TO BE REMOVED
Shuttle from Ferry terminal, bus route
54, 57
Internal Shuttle
Roads to remain
Roads to widen/ alter
New roads
Roads to be removed
SEAVIEW CAMPUS
SITE ANALYSIS: ROAD ASSESSMENT
ROADS TO REMAIN
ROADS TO WIDEN/ ALTER (30’ circa)
NEW ROADS
ROADS TO BE REMOVED
SEAVIEW CAMPUS
SITE ANALYSIS: ROAD ASSESSMENT
ROADS TO REMAIN
ROADS TO WIDEN/ ALTER (30’ circa)
NEW ROADS
ROADS TO BE REMOVED
SEAVIEW CAMPUS
SITE ANALYSIS: ROAD ASSESSMENT
ROADS TO REMAIN
ROADS TO WIDEN/ ALTER (30’ circa)
NEW ROADS
ROADS TO BE REMOVED
Shuttle from
Ferry Terminal
Residential
entrance
Car free zone
Internal
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Residential
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Commercial
entrance
20+
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car - free zone
ALTA VIEW - HEALTHY VILLAGE : TRAFFIC
远眺 - 康乐新村: 交通规划
The alternative modes will connect the
parking areas to the buildings within
the campus. They will help in reaching
all destinations, overcoming the steep
slopes and will have an on-demand
service also operated through mobile
applications.
替代模式会将停车场连接到校园内的建
筑物。他们将帮助您到达所有目的地,
克服陡峭的斜坡,并通过移动应用程序
提供按需服务。
Transit & Internal Circulation
过渡与内部循环
A network of thematic trails
LEAD DESIGNER: ARCHI-TECTONICS
LANDSCAPE DESIGNER: !MELK URBAN DESIGN LLC
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: WSP CANTOR SEINUCK
MECHANICIAL ENGINEER: AMA CONSULTING ENGINEERS P.C.
DEVELOPER: VOYAGER HOTEL GROUP
This design highlights New Rochelles Main Street waterfront,
which resides 30 minutes from the center of Manhattan. In
order to re-connect the waterfront to the surrounding city and
the adjacent Five Islands Park, we introduce a boardwalk.
The boardwalk connects the Main Street, waterfront, Echo
Bay, and Echo Avenue through recreation and green space.
Sites adjacent to the waterfront and boardwalk are further
developed with smart housing and retail developments. By
sustainably introducing lifestyle, retail, and hospitality along
Main Street, the New Rochelle economy is re-invigorated.
The site’s previous, industrial use inspired the notion of a
smart landscape.” Pollution is removed, healthy soil added,
storm water filtered, and alternative energy sourced. New
local grasses, plants, gravel, and bushes, introduce a vast
range of textures and colors to the waterfront.
住在离曼哈顿中心30分钟的地方。
为了将滨水区重新连接到周围的城市和邻近的
五岛公园,我们引入了一条木板路。
木板路通过休闲和绿地连接主干道、滨水区、
回声湾、回声大道。
毗邻海旁和木板路的地方,进一步发展智能住
宅和零售发展。
通过在主街引入可持续的生活方式、零售和招
待,新罗谢尔的经济得到了重新振兴。
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PROJECT TYPE: WATERFRONT DESIGN:
+HOTEL + BOARDWALK + BOATHOUSE+ ARMORY RESTORED
+12,000 SF HOTEL, 650 PARKING SPOTS UNDERGROUND, 160 ON GROUND
LOCATION: NEW ROCHELLE, NY // 13.2 ACRES
STATUS: INVITED COMPETITION, FINALIST
新罗谢尔水岸
RETHINKING MAIN STREET
Five-story, mixed-use buildings run along Main Street, with retail
and restaurants on the ground floor and apartments above. Towards
the water lie lower, three-story buildings whose proximity and scale
enable the taller, Main Street apartments to maintain waterfront
views. A new hotel provides recreation and amenities.
ARMORY: By renovating the armory, New Rochelle is provided a flexible
event space. An installed, curved structure serves as a removable
ceiling for either intimate or public events. To further diminish the
barrier between public and private, large, glass doors are installed.
RESIDENCES: The Smart Housing addition employs a series of
sustainable materials and effective insulation, resulting in little
maintenance, low energy consumption, and minimal environmental
impact. The Prefab Housing combines high-performance, terra-cotta
rain-screens and FSC certified, natural, wood siding. A variety of
flexible floor plans are provided.
SMART LANDSCAPE
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ENTERTAINMENT
ART & POP-UP EVENTS
SITE PROGRAMMING
LIFE STYLE ZONING
RESTORING THE WETLANDS
Due to its scenic coast, New Rochelle is nicknamed
“Queen City of the Sound.” However, recent studies
indicate the coastline is shrinking. To initiate
rehabilitation, wetland vegetation is introduced and
a boardwalk seawall installed. Recreation includes
water sports, playgrounds, education-oriented
community gardens, a variety of restaurants, pop-
up event spaces, and corresponding parking.
The landscape, designed by !MELK, uses different
textures— grasses, plants, gravel, etc.— in order
to differentiate lifestyle zones and create beautiful
gradients in the landscape.
The new boardwalk and landscape simultaneously
protect the wetland and promote recreation.
The boardwalk occasionally widens to create
platforms— providing viewing-piers, an outdoor
theater, and kayak landings. These staggering
platforms transform the coast into unique, public
places, which connect the housing, armory,
boathouse, and playground, reuniting the city and
waterfront.
Site Layout
Hotel Massing 12,000 sf
CIRCULATION DIAGRAM
NEW ROCHELLE_ MAIN STREET ON THE WATERFRONT
05_
Ground Parking
Underground Parking
Bicycle Station
Service Access
Pedestrian
TOTAL GROUND PARKING: 157
TOTAL UNDERGROUND PARKING: 652
Driveway Direction
SITE 1 - 5.468 ACRES
SITE 2 - 2.945 ACRES
SITE 4 - 1.289 ACRES
SITE 5 - 2.573 ACRES
SITE 3 - 0.963 ACRES
Parking Entrance
Exterior View Boardwalk
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恢复湿地
由于其风景优美的海岸,新罗谢尔被昵称为“声音之城”。但是,最近的研究表明海岸线正在缩小。为了进行恢复,引入了湿地植被
并安装了木板人行道海堤。娱乐场所包括水上运动,游乐场,面向教育的社区花园,各种餐厅,弹出式活动空间和相应的停车场。
由!MELK设计的景观使用不同的纹理(草,植物,砾石等),以区分生活方式区域并在景观中创建美丽的渐变。
新的木板路和景观同时保护湿地并促进娱乐。浮桥有时会拓宽以创建平台-提供观景码头,室外剧院和皮划艇降落。这些错综复杂的平
台将海岸转变成独特的公共场所,将房屋,军械库,船屋和运动场连接起来,使城市与海滨重聚。
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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
2020
+ European Union & Architecture Israel Design Competition – Chair-
man of Jury
+ Bartlett School of Architecture, London, UK - External Examiner for
the RIBA M.Arch Program.
+ TED USA – Vancouver - Participant
2019
+ Bartlett School of Architecture, London, UK - External Examiner for
the RIBA M.Arch Program
2018
+ Culture and Architecture as Drivers for Rural Development, AEDES
conference in China Nov 8-10
2017
+ Perspective USA: The Plan, Guest Speaker, June 27th New York, NY
+ Design + Heritage Conference, “Design and History”, March 16th and
March 17th Moderator, Philadelphia, PA
+ ABC Home & WhiteWall Magazine, “Design with Intention”, Panel
Discussion
2016
+ Juror RIBA 2016, Silver medal award jury in London
+ Juror UIA 2016, Xian China, Bernard Tschumi, Chair of Jury
+ The Center for Architecture + Design, “The Campus as a Learning
Environment” “Transformation by Design” Exhibit, panel speaker, No-
vember 7, 2016.
+ AIA Center for Architecture + Design, Pennsylvania, Panel Discussion
+ AIANY Center for Architecture’s Twelfth-Annual Dean’s Roundtable,
NYC, Speaker
2015
+ James Beard Foundation, Restaurant Design Awards in New York,
NY, Juror Member
+ Azure Magazine, AZ Awards in Toronto, Canada, Juror Member
2014
+ TED GLOBAL, Conference in Rio De Janeiro Brazil, participant
+ Architecture Newspaper, Best in Design Awards, Juror Member in
New York, NY
+ DESIGNING FOR FLOOD RISK, New York, Panel Discussion
2013
+ MOMA, New York, “Where do we Stand? Architecture: The influence
of Cultural Exchange between Europe and America,” Panel Discussion
+ TEDGLOBAL, Edinburgh, Scotland, participant and speaker
2012
+ TEDX, Dumbo, NYC, participant.
+ UN-Habitat and the MIT Center for the Civic Media, New York, “Build-
ing Cities through Social Media” at the United Nations
+ NYC Mayor’s Office and NYC Department of City Planning, New York,
“FREEBOARD” Charette at the NYAIAs Center for Architecture
2011
+ TED GLOBAL, Conference in Edinborough Scotland, participant
+ MOOOI, Amsterdam, the Netherlands: book launch of “Archi-Tecton-
ics” a Monograph by Daab Publishers, Germany
+ BOFFO, Member Advisory Board
+ BOFFO Building Fashion, New York, Jury Member
+ D-CITY, Member of Advisory Board
+ ArchiPrix International at the Guggenheim Museum, New York, co-
presenter
2010
+ XXII Columbian Biennial 2010, Bogota, Columbia, Jury Member Ar-
chitecture Biennale
+ Institute for Urban Design, Member of Board of Directors
2009
+ American Academy in Rome, NYC, Prix De Rome Jury Member
2008
+ The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, CA. September 19-20.
Against Reason: John Lautner and Postwar Architecture”
+ Trespa Design Centre, Soho, NYC, Opening Lecture
The Interior Design Show, Toronto, Canada, February 21-24, keynote
speaker
2007
+ American Institute of Architects, Los Angeles - 2007 Design Awards
Jury member
+ ID Magazine, NYC, Feb. 28th, Environments jury of the Annual Design
Review
+ AIA, Center for Architecture, “New Practices Showcase” Jury Mem-
ber
+ Georgia Tech, Atlanta, April 24th, SGF-IR Prize, Jury member
2006
+ AA [Architectural Association], London, UK, External Examiner [RIBA/
ARB part 1] and AA Finals [RIBA/ARB Part2]
+ AIANY Center for Architecture, New York “New Practices” Jury mem-
ber
+ ARX, Moscow, Russia, Oct 8th, Professional Architecture Competition
jury member
+ Riverlife, Pittsburgh, West End Pedestrian Bridge Competition, Jury
Member
2005
+ Windscape: An Ideas Competition for Envisioning Renewable Energy
for Cape Cod, Jury member
2003
+ ArchiPrix International, Istanbul, Turkey, April, Jury member
Curriculum Vitae
(Selected 2004- onwards)
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EXTERNAL EXAMINER // ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
2020
+ UCLA Los Angeles; RUMBLE - Thesis reviews juror
+ Calpoly Los Angeles, final reviews juror
+ Bartlett, London, Thesis reviews juror, external examiner
RIBA
2017
+ UCLA, Los Angeles, juror at Fall review. Department of Ar-
chitecture
+ Sci-Arc Los Angeles, juror at Spring Thesis review
2016
+ Harvard, Department of Architecture Thesis reviews
+ Yale, Department of Architecture thesis review Wolf Prix
+ Yale, Department of Architecture, review Zaha Hadid and
Patrik Schumacher
2015
+ Harvard, School of Architecture, juror review
+ Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, Taliesin, Thesis
juror
+ Yale, School of Architecture, thesis review
+ Sci-Arc, School of Architecture, thesis review
2014
+ Yale School of Architecture, Sanders Studio Midterm Re-
view: “Interface Helsinki: Guggenheim Revisted”
+ Southern California Institute of Architecture, Juror Thesis
Review
+ Drury University, Lecturer/Juror Thesis Review
2013
+ Van Alen Institute, Competition Juror
+ IAES -3 in Berlin, Sept. 12-15 The Future of education.
Speaker
+ Yale School of Architecture, Juror Thesis Review
+ Southern California Institute of Architecture, Juror Thesis
Review
+ Harvard School of Architecture, Juror Thesis Review
2012
+Pratt, NYC. Speaker in CULTURE NOW Conference “Archi-
tecture And Contemporary Urbanism Now”
+ UCLA, Los Angeles, RUMBLE: Juror Thesis Reviews
+ Southern California Institute of Architecture, Juror Thesis
Reviews
+ AA [Architectural Association], London, UK, Juror for
AADRL Phase 2 Final review
2011
+ AA [Architectural Association], London, UK, External Ex-
aminer [RIBA/ARB part 1] and AA Finals [RIBA/ARB Part2]
2010
+ Angewandte, School of Architecture, Vienna. In Thesis Jury
for Zaha Hadid, Greg Lynn, and Wolf Prix
2009 AA [Architectural Association], London, UK, Exter-
nal Examiner [RIBA/ARB part 1] and AA Finals [RIBA/ARB
Part2]
2008 Harvard School of Architecture, thesis review
2007
+ AA [Architectural Association], London, UK, External Ex-
aminer [RIBA/ARB part 1] and AA Finals [RIBA/ARB Part2]
+ Princeton School of Architecture, Jan 25th, Juror final the-
sis reviews
+ Penn State Architecture School, March 21st, Lecture re-
cent work
+ Pratt School of Architecture, thesis reviews, Juror
+ Columbia University, thesis review, juror
2006
+ AA [Architectural Association], London, UK, External Ex-
aminer [RIBA/ARB part 1] and AA Finals [RIBA/ARB Part2]
+ Yale School of Architecture, thesis review
+ Columbia University, thesis review, juror
+ Harvard School of Architecture, thesis review
2005
+ Columbia University, juror thesis review
+ Harvard School of Architecture, thesis review
+ Sci-Arc, Los Angeles, thesis reviews, juror
+ Parsons, NYC, review, juror
+ Pratt School of Architecture, review, Juror
PROFESSIONAL WORKS: ARCHI-TECTONICS
2020
+ Asian Games 2022 - A 115 Acre Park 2 stadiums, a visitor and fitness
center, 2 parking garages and a new shopping mall concept, currently
all under construction in Hangzhou China. With: !Melk Landscape,
Thornton Tomasetti Engineers, and MIC traffic engineers // Under con-
struction
+ Long Island Residence, a design for a new 6000 sf residence, garage
and landscape
+ Meditation Pod for Russell Wellness, Tokyo, Japan- Industrial Design,
in fabrication / patent
+ South Salem Prefab Design Studio / Guesthouse – a 2500 sf residence
and site design
+ INSCAPE 2.0 – The second phase of Inscape with 5 more stores and
pop-up locations
+ Harlem Townhouse, A 2500SF renovation in NYC
2019
+ Bleecker PH, A gut-renovation of 2,500 sq.ft Penthouse in Nolita NYC
+ Mamaroneck Residence 5000SF Residence, a design renovation and
landscape design & fence design
+ Forest Hills residence, A 5500SF Residence renovation
+ Chelsea Gallery, A 2000SF gallery renovation in NYC
2018
+ Winner Asian Games 2022 in Hangzhou, China- with a mile long park,
2 stadiums, a shopping mall, visitors center and 3 parking garages
+ Meditation Pod, Tokyo- Industrial and Space Design
+ Holiday Inn Hotel and residences, a 30,000m2 building in Leiden, the
Netherlands
+ TriBeCa Duplex Penthouse. A 4500 sq.ft. redesign of a penthouse and
roof terraces
2017
+ Salem Residence, Renovation of 5,400 sq. ft. Residence w/ Landscape
& Fence Design
+ Bamboo Lane: Los Angeles Art Gallery & Residence
+ CIS School, design for a bilingual school in LIC, NYC
+ 512 GW Townhouse. A 7 story, 6500 sf residential townhouse in Soho
NYC, completed
+ Cibani Design Studio, New 7,000 sq. ft. Building and Landscape de-
sign in Salem NY
+ 333 Blaak, DD for a 200 m residential tower in Rotterdam, the Neth-
erlands
2016
+ Inscape Meditation center. First Manhattan location, and Prefab de-
sign for multiple location roll-out
+ 512 GW Townhouse. An 8 story, 4500 sf residential townhouse in Soho
NYC, completed
+ Ascent, Kitchen design
+ 135 Greene St, Duplex Penthouse Renovation & Extension
2015
+ 512 GW Townhouse. A 6 story, 5800sf residential townhouse in Soho
NYC, CD Phase
+ INSCAPE, concept, branding and architectural design for an interna-
tional meditation center [each around 5000 sf] CD phase
+ Lima, Peru Residence, 700m2 Residence with 400m2 Car Museum,
CD phase 2015
+ Greene Street PH, Renovation and Roof extension of 3500sf Soho Loft,
Under construction 2015
+ Moooi Showroom, Renovation and Design of a 4500SF Furniture
Showroom and Headquarters in NOMAD, NYC, Completed
+ Main Street, Renovation and Design of a 2500 SF Loft in Dumbo, NYC
Completed
2014
+ 14 Second Avenue Hotel, Design of an 8 Story Hotel Building, Design
Phase
+ Dutch Blue, Concept Store and Office, Design Phase
+ Greene Street PH, Renovation and Design of 3500sf Soho Loft, In
Progress
+ Lima, Peru Residence, 700m2 Residence with 400m2 Car Museum,
In Progress
2013
+ West 12th Street, Renovation and Design of a 4000 sft townhouse in
West Village, NYC, Completed.
+ Arena Park Apartments, Design concept and branding for 200 Resi-
dential Apartments in Moscow, Russia.
+ New Rochelle Waterfront Competition, Invited Urban and Architec-
tural Design competition, Includes Hotel, Housing, Retail and Urban
Plan, Finalist
+ 470 Broome Street, Roof Deck Addition with Swimming Pool
+ Fishtown Hotel, Hotel in Philadelphia, PA, Design proposal
+ 239 Central Park West, renovation and design of a 2500 sf apartment.
+ 17 John, a 55,000 sf Rooftop Tower extension of an existing building,
Downtown NYC, design
+ Eisen Penthouse, NYC, A 1400 sf Penthouse. Completed
2012
+ Master Plan for St. George, NYC, renovation of landmark area and
insertion of new hotel and retail concept
+ Hotel “Staten”, NYC, 185 rooms, floating pool and restaurant, design
phase
+ Santa Fe Digital Media, L.L.C., The 100,000 sf Headquarter building
in Santa Fe, New Mexico
+ John Legend Apartment in Brewster Building, Completed
+ Urban Design for Downtown Bogota, Colombia, Team Leader, “bot-
tom-up” design with direct interaction of Bogotanians.
+ The Brewster, an 8000 sf restaurant & retail in Little Italy NYC
+ Xian Media District, offices, retail and urban plan, Fist Prize, Xian,
China 452,000 m2 [4,865,287.5 sf]
+ Yulin Art Center, master plan and architecture for a 355,000 m2
[3,821,188.2 sf] cultural area. First Prize
+ PROBONO: Jalk Chair Design and Fabrication, for Pink Jalk Project to
benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation 2011
+ PORTS1961 Flagship Store Flagship Store Paris, France, a 5000 sf.
retail space on Rue St Honore. Completed
+ PORTS1961. A Flagship Store Shanghai, China, a 2500 sf. retail space
on the Bund. Completed
+ NAI [Netherlands Architecture Institute], Rotterdam, Netherlands, A
redesign of ground floor with lobby, restaurant, auditorium and ter-
races. Completed.
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+ Vestry Building, a 9- story residential building, Tribeca, NY. Complet-
ed.
2010
+ TASHAN, Philadelphia, PA, a 5,000 sf. Restaurant design, Completed.
+ Water Mill Residence, Southampton, NY, A 10,000 sf residence, Rede-
sign. Completed 2010
+ John Legend Loft, NYC, a 1500 sf Loft Design. Completed.
+ Cibani Townhouse, 4000 sf, Chelsea, NYC, A renovation and extension
of existing landmark townhouse, Completed.
+ Brewster Carriage House Building 60,000sf in Little Italy NYC, Reno-
vation of a mixed-use building, Completed.
+ Ports 1961 Store in Harvey Nichols, London, England, Completed.
+ Tribeca Grand Hotel, Design for The VIP Lounge, 1200 sf. Completed.
2009
+ PROBONO: MCF Academy- Liberia, Monrovia, a design for a 43,352
sf, sustainable village providing education, room, and board to 200 Or-
phans, Under Construction
+ Abu Dhabi, Central Plaza Finalist Invited Competition, 2,800,000 sf
+ Netherlands Board of Tourism & Conventions NYC office, A 1600 sf
office space. Completed.
+ Eisen Penthouse, NYC, A 1400 sf Penthouse, renovation and design.
Completed.
+ DUB Residence, 2,500 sf, The Netherlands, custom designed prefab
house. Completed.
+ American Loft Building a 63,000 SF residential tower in Philadelphia,
Completed.
2008
+ Duane Spa, 8000 sf, Tribeca, NYC, design phase
+ StudioKitchen, Philadelphia, a 6000 sf restaurant, design phase
+ Townhouse, Brussels, Belgium 20,000sf, renovation and extension of
existing townhouse into residential & retail space
+ Chestnut Tower, 300,000 sf Hotel / Condo “knot” in Philadelphia, con-
struction drawings phase.
+ Pontsteiger Competition, Finalist, 250 housing units & commercial
space on Pontsteiger pier [50,000 m2], Amsterdam, Holland
+ Place de Toison d’Or, Brussels, Belgium Masterplan, 10 Retail Pavil-
ions [300,000 sf]completed
2006
+ Q Tower, a 45,000 SF mixed-use tower, with MIT Media Lab, Philadel-
phia, design phase
+ Anguila, Hotel and 15 beach condominiums, 2500 SF each, design
2005
+ Spike Building, a 70,000 SF residential building Chelsea, NYC, design
phase
+ American Loft Building a 63,000 SF residential building in Philadel-
phia, completed
+ Horner Loft, Penthouse extension, Soho, NYC, Design Phase
2004
+ Eco Resort on Shepherds Island, Panama. Design phase for 10 cab-
ins, yoga retreat, spa, restaurant and main residence
+ Schein Loft, a 2700 SF loft renovation at 497GW, Completed.
+ Museum for Contemporary Design, Schoonhoven, the Netherlands
+ Panama, Bocas del Torre; 2 residences, construction phase
2003
+ 497 GW Project, design for a 77,000 SF new 11 story mixed-use build-
ing, 25 lofts & art gallery / retail. David Hotson: Architect of record.
Completion summer 2004
+ Maashaven Towers, three 30-story towers +renovation of grain silo,
Rotterdam, Netherlands
+ Industrial design for lighting manufacturer, Ivalo, in production
+ Urban Scheme for Schoonhoven, Holland, Invited Competition
+ High Line NYC, an Urban design proposal for Competition (jurors
mention)
2002
+ Temporary MOMA space in Long Island City, NY. Finalist
+ Walker Art Center, Minneapolis: Invited Competition; a telematic table
+ Theatre Building, 3700 SF Penthouse renovation, completed
+ Gypsy Trail, 3,000 SF Residence and 1,500 SF Guesthouse, Upstate
New York. Completion Spring 2003
2001
+ New Museum for the Eniac (first US Computer), Philadelphia, design
phase
+ Restaurant in Scheveningen, the Netherlands, design phase
+ BitForms, a digital Gallery in Chelsea NY, completed
2000
+ Aida Salon, Hairsalon and facade, Upper East side NYC, completed
+ Urban Design for Moscow & proposal for an office tower (first prize
at Triennale Sofia)
1999
+ Duggal Digital Max: a 25,000 SF Digital Imaging Facility, Chelsea,
NYC, completed
+Urban Design Maashaven, Rotterdam, Netherlands: in development
1998
+ Wooster Street Loft, a 5000 SF loft Soho NYC, completed
+ Gear Magazine offices, an 8000 SF office & design studio, NYC, com-
pleted
1997
+ Duggal Digital Website, design and implementation for corporate
website, completed
+ Marketing & Sales Offices for Duggal Digital, NYC, completed
1996
+ NOHO Loft, a 2500 SF loft conversion NYC, completed
+ Residence in Millbrook, NY, a 3500 SF house, and landscape design
1995 Broker’s office Reza Namazi, design for offices on West
Broadway, NYC, completed
1994 Mixed-Media Art Gallery, addition to Art Gallery, West Broad-
way, NYC, completed
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AWARDS
2020 Rethinking The Future Awards 2020: Awardee for “Housing Over 5 Floors (Built)” for 512GW
Townhouse in NYC
2019 PLAN Magazine Italy: Award for Masterplan “Sports and Leisure” for Asian Games 2022
Sports Park, and stadiums in Hangzhou, China
2018 Winner Invited Competition ASIAN GAMES 2022, A 115 Acre Park and 7 Buildings; with !Melk,
Thornton Tomasetti, and MIC traffic engineers. Under Construction.
2016 WIRED: 25 Masterpieces that prove 2016 was an Incredible Year for Architecture: For Inscape
project in NYC
2015 Design Intelligence 30 most Admired Educators 2015
Winka named one of the 30 most exemplary professionals in their field.
2014 Finalist; Gateway Waterfront Design Competition
2012 First Prize winner for International Design Competition Yulin China
2011 Award Winner Maashaven Towers Design Competiton, Hommes Foundation, The Nether
lands
2010 BoY Award, Nomination for Interior Design Best of Year 2010 for Inflection Sconce designed
for Ivalo Lighting
Retail Interiors Awards 2010, 2nd prize in the Shop fitting Excellence Award for PORTS 1961,
London
2009 Wall Of Fame; Nomination at the Technical University Delft, the Netherlands
Finalist Abu Dhabi, Central Plaza Invited Competition, 2,800,000 sf
2008 First Prize Staten Island: Green Housing Design Competition, NYC
Best of Local Business Award, New York Award in the Architects Category, U.S. Local Busi
ness Association (USLBA)
2007 Finalist Drents Museum Extension, Assen Drente The Netherlands
2007 Finalist Pontsteiger Competion Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
2006 Smart Environments Award, IIDA & Metropolis
2005 Jurors Recognition for the International Competition New Jalisco State Public Library
2004 Best and Brightest, nomination Esquire Magazine, the Genius Issue
2003 New York Magazine nomination “the City’s 100 Best Architects & Decorators
High Line NYC Competition, Jurors mention
2002 Finalist for Issey Miyake showroom invited competition in Manhattan
Finalist for Temporary MOMA space in Long Island City, NY
2001 Emerging Voices, Award of The Architectural League of New York
2000 Architecture Triennale, Sofia, Consultant: ‘Urban Design Award’ Moscou (first prize)
Record Interiors Award for Excellence In Design, from Architectural Record (Duggal Project)
1996 Governors Island; Urban Design Competition, Vanalen, New York: Honorable Mention
1992 Award in Excellence of Design - Columbia University, NYC
Kinne Fellowship of Columbia University, Travel grant
1990 Archiprix, Design Award, Netherlands
1989 Iktinos Award, Architecture Award, Rotterdam, Netherlands
1986 Award, for Urban Design for Burgas, Bulgaria (first prize), executed and completed.
IMPORTANT INSTITUTES THAT COLLECT WORKS OF ARCHI-TECTONICS
MOMA, Museum of Modern Art New York [“From Hardware to Softform” Installation]
Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York [Model]
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh [2 models of GT Residence]
NAI / Netherlands Architecture Institute, Rotterdam [model]
FRAC, Architecture Collection Orleans, France [drawings and model of Goteborg museum]
National Library of Congress, Washington [Flex-city DVD]
Private Collector Boston – Ken Freed [Model]
Private Collector New York City – Meredith Palmer [model GT house]
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EXHIBITIONS
2020
+ Museum of Modern Art NYC – Archi-tectonics’ work in MoMa collec-
tion on exhibit in new Wing
2019
+ AEDES Berlin, Solo exhibit Archi-Tectonics: Flatlands and Massive
Things in Aedes Berlin Germany
+ UIUC Champaign, Illinois – Exhibit Bottom–Up Masterplan Bogota
2018
+ COLLAPSE: Climate, Cities, & Culture- Global Design New York
University at NYU Gallatin, NYC
+ PLAN Gallery in Milan, Italy: The Architect Series – Solo Exhibit &
Documentary on Archi-Tectonics
2017
+ Queens Museum: Never Built New York: Featured Archi-Tectonics
SoHo Hotel Project
2016
+ Storefront, NY – Un-Cramming: Re-Visitng the Midtown Rezoning:
Manhattanisms : Participant
2015
+ AIANY, Manhattan: Exhibition for award for Greenwich Building: Built
by Women New York City, Beverly Willis Foundation
2014
+ Moscow Biennale, “New York: Grid City” Central House of Artists,
Moscow, May 21-25, 2014
2013
+ AEDES GALLERY BERLIN, SOLO EXHIBIT, “Bottom–up Proposals for
Bogota, Columbia” [with symposium]
+ AUGMENTED, Urbasee: Les Docks en Seine, Paris, and Gallery
R’Pure,
NYC
2012
+ CULTURE NOW EXHIBITION. NYC
2011
+ Arnhem Fashion Biennale, The Netherlands Amber; a Pavillion for
Siki Im Fashion Design, June 2011
+ Hommes Foundation, Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Exhibit: Haven-+
Kade/Harbor Quay Maashaven Towers Design. Winner, June 2011
+ Witzenhausen Gallery, New York, NY, From HardWare to SoftForm,
May 2011
2010
+ ACADIA 2010: LIFE in:formation, On Responsive Information and
Variation in Architecture. New York, Invited participant October 2010
+ The Architectural League, NYC, “The City We Imagined/The City We
Made: New York, 2001-2010”
+Guggenheim Museum, NYC – “Contemplating the Void: Interventions
in the Guggenheim”
+ Frederieke Taylor Gallery – Group Exhibit
2009
+ NAI Maastrcht, The Netherlands, Nov – Mar 2009 “Changing Ideals-
Reinventing the House”
+ Divergent Convergences Exhibition, Beijing, China
+ National Archive in The Hague; “Winka Dubbeldam as part of Dutch
history in New York”
+ Academy of Architecture Rotterdam “ the IKTINOS awards; last 40
years” exhibit
+ ICFF (International Contemporary Furniture Fair), NYC May 2009
+ Design Museum in Helsinki “FINN Topo” – Topological architecture
+ Italian National Trust, Milan, Italy: “Architectural Sketches
2008
+ The NADA Art Fair, Miami, December 2008, “Amphibious Design:
Sculpture for Land and Water”
+ Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel “Performalism”: Form and
Performance in Digital Architecture
+ Dessa, Ljubljana, Slovenia. “P.A.N. Exhibition”
2007
+ MOMA, NYC “75 years of Architecture at MOMA
+ Urban Center, NYC, March 31-May 5, ‘New New York: Fast Forward,
exhibit by the Architecture League, participant
+ Metrostation Coolhaven, March 2007, Permanent Installation recent
work
+ National Art Center, Tokyo, June 6 to August 13, “Skin + Bones
exhibit
+ P.A.N. [progressive architecture network] Exhibit in Florence, Italy,
Sept-Oct
2006
+ MOCA, Los Angeles, Skin and Bones, Exhibit, participant
+ Frederieke Taylor Gallery, Chelsea NYC: ”P.A.N.” [progressive archi-
tecture network], curators: Winka Dubbeldam & Helene Furjan
+ MixMedia, Milan, Italy – E-EXHIBITION
+ London Architecture Biennale, London, England, participant
+ BOOM, New Architecture in Philadelphia, UPenn, Philadelphia
+ Center of Architecture, New York, Fashion of Architecture, curator
Bradley Quinn
2005
+ Beyond Media, Florence, Italy, exhibit & conference
+ NAI, Dutch Architecture Institute in Rotterdam in the Netherlands,
Living rooms
+ MOMA, NYC, From HardWare to SoftForm, purchase and exhibit
2004
+ Venice Biennale of Architecture, Sept 2004, Venice, Greenwich Street
Project
+ H&R Galeria, Mexico City, Aug/Sept 2004, “From HardWare to Soft-
Form”
+ National Building Museum, Washington DC, Oct/Apr 2004, “Sound-
Scapes, Masonry Variations, Curated by Stanley Tigerman
+ Wonder Women, NYC, May 2004, Dune 2004, Furniture Collection
Exhibition
ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE: PUBLIC LECTURES AND CONFERENCES
2020
+ CalPoly Los Angeles Lecture
+ AIANY New York – Leadership Breakfast Talk organized by WIA and
AIA
2019
+ University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), “Protocities, Pro-
tobuilding, Prototypes, Lecture
+ Bartlett UCL London England keynote Lecture
+ AEDES gallery Berlin - Panel on manufacturers and innovators, Key-
note
+ ACADIA Austin, participant.
+ HONG KONG: Penn Alumni Presidents Panel – Speaker
+ Istanbul University, Turkey - Keynote lecture Recent Work
+ UIUC Champaign, Illinois - Keynote lecture Recent Work
2018
+ China Conference, Songyang participant and commentator with AE-
DES, Berlin.
+ Zeijang University, Hangzhou: Keynote Lecture
+ Washington University, “New Solids, Harris Armstrong Fund Lecture,
Speaker, October 31, 2018, St. Louis, MO
2017
+ Architectural Symposium, “Futures- Identifying the Critical Role of
Women in Architectural Practice”, PennDesign
+ Whitewall Magazine: Celebrating NYCxDesign: Panel Speaker, New
York
+ UPENN: [Re] From: The Framework, Fallout & Future of Women in
Design: Presenter
+ UPENN: Design + Heritage Conference: “Design and History”, Mod-
erator, Philadelphia, PA
2016
+ The Center for Architecture + Design NYC: “The Campus as a Learn-
ing Environment” “Transformation by Design” Exhibit, panel speaker,
+ Architectural Record Symposium, “Women in Architectural Design
Leadership”, Forum & Awards, Panel Speaker, Moderator Cathleen
McGuigan
+ Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), judging panel in the Silver
Medal category, October 19, 2016.
+ UIA-HYP Competition, X’ian, China: “Smart City”, Keynote Speaker,
October 14, 2016
2015
+ Princeton University: “Futures of Architecture Education” February
18, 2015, Speaker, Princeton, NJ
+ UVA Symposium: “Lineage and Trajectories” March 28, 2015, Speak-
er, Charlottesville, VA
+ Design Intelligence Winka included in the “30 Most Admired Educa-
tors for 2015”
+ AIA Global Dialogues: panel/discussion on architecture in China May
28th, 2015
+ The Plan: Perspective International Architecture forum: Lecture June
24th, 2015
+ International Architecture Summit: speaker and panel coordinator in
Singapore September 9-11, 2015
2014
+ ACSA CONFERENCE, Nov. 14-15 2014, Co- Chair, Philadelphia,
PA
+ AIANY GLOBAL DIALOGUES, “Leaning Out II” Dec. 2, 2014, Speaker,
New York, NY
+ WantedDesign and Valcucine Design symposium Oct., 2014 Panelist,
NYC
+ THE CONSTRUCTED ENVIRONMENT, Oct., 2014, Keynote Speaker at
a Conference, Philadelphia, PA
+ SPECULATIONS OF THE REAL WITH GRAHAM HARMAN, Sept. 2014,
Introduction, Philadelphia, PA
+ THE PLAN magazine: conference , Speaker, New York City, New York
ARQUINE MEXTROPOLI, March, 2014, Speaker at Conference, Mexico
City
+ PENN FORUM FOR WOMEN FACULTY, April 2014 “Personal Branding
and Managing Your Image with Social Media” Panel Discussion
+ INTRINSIC: Lecture, June 2014, L’Ecole Nationale Superieure
d’Architecture, Paris
2013
+ AEDES EXHIBITION, SOLO EXHIBIT, “Bottom–up Proposals for
Bogota, Columbia” [with symposium]
+ The Architectural League, October 2013, “Current Work Program,
Introduction by Bill McDonald Chair of Pratt
+ IAES [International Architectural Education Summit], Berlin - Sep-
tember 2013: “New Directions in Architectural Education”
+ University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School, March 2013 “East vs.
West Architecture”
+ TEDGlobal Conference, June 2013 “My Ideal City” Edinburgh, Scot-
land
+ Tallinn, Estonia, Estonian Art Academy & School of architecture. Lec-
ture “Intrinsic”
+ New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ, Lecture November
2012
+ CULTURE NOW, Speaker at conference, Pratt, NYC. PPD students
included in the “CULTURE NOW” exhibit.
+ Design the 21st Century: Speaker in panel at Soho House, with “The
Round Table” NYC
+ BLOK Conference, Belgrade, Serbia, Speaker: “Vertical City” May
+ Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, Fe.Arc. Lecture April 2012
+ Prodigy Network, Bogota, Colombia, 2nd Real Estate Investment FiDi
lecture, March 2012
+ Soho House Berlin, Berlin, Germany, Lecture and Monograph book
launch, March 2012
+ Aedes Network Campus, Berlin, Germany, lecture and workshop,
March 2012
2011
+ AIA Central Pennsylvania, Lancaster, PA, Fall Lecture, November
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Berlin, Germany, Lecture Octo-
ber 2011
+ Temple Univeristy, Philadelphia, PA Lecture October 2011
Wanted Design NYC, May 2011 “Synergies between Architecture and
Furniture, speaker
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+ Columbia University, March, speaker in Permanent Change: GSAPP
Columbia
+ Simposium de Arquitectura Progresiva, Mexico (Progressive Archi-
tecture Symposium, Mexico), ‘dIGITAL pROCESSES and fABRICATION’,
April 2011 in Mexico City
+ Space&designstrategies research, speaker, and workshop, Vienna,
Austria
2010
+ Catholic University of America, Fall 2010 Lecture Series Speaker.
+ Clemson University School of Architecture, Fall 2010 Lecture Series
Speaker
+ University of Puerto Rico, Lecture at School of Architecture
+ Cornell University AAP Center, New York, NY, June, Speaker in “Sum-
mer Lecture Series
+ Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, April, “Meaningform; A Performative
Architecture”, lecture
+ Trespa International BV, New York, January, speaker in “Managers
Team Awareness Conference”
+ AIA, Center for Architecture, New York, January, speaker in “Why to
Blog, Test, and Tweet Redux: Tips and Tricks” conference
2009
+ Rice Design Alliance, September 30, “Towering Architecture”
+ Columbia University, September 16, “Habitat Fragmentation”
+ Aristotle University, May 22, Lecture on “Urban Dynamics and New
Technologies” for the School of Architecture, Thessaloniki, Greece
+ Parallax National Architecture Conference, April 30 – May 2, Mel-
bourne, Australia
+ North Carolina State University, March 23 “Annual Robert P. Burns
Lecture and Seminar on Structural Innovations in Architecture”
+ Lecture and Seminar for NC State School of Architecture + AIA Tri-
angle Lecture Series
+ Ohio State University, January 21, 2009 “Confluence”, Lecture
+ International Congres Week, New York, “New World Stages” speaker
2008
+ IIEPM Tsinghua University and NoDE (Netweork of Design Emer-
gence), Beijing, China. October 2008. “2008 NoDE Parametric Design
Workshop, Architecture Beijing Biennale”
+ Louisiana State University’s School of Architecture, Oct 15, “Recent
Works” lecture
+ Venice Biennale, Institute for Urban Design, NYC, Venice Austria
“New York 2030” Participant and Speaker
+ Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico, April 25, Volvox 2008, “Recent
Work”, Lecture
+ PennDesign, University of Pennsylvania, April 3-4, “Nonlinear Fabri-
cation” The NSO Annual Conference
+ Harvard Graduate School of Design, Mar 21, “Women in Design” pan-
elist
+ Holon Woman Festival 2008, Tel Aviv, Israel, March 6-9. “The Femi-
nine Presence in 21st Century Architecture-Symposium”
+ Harvard University, Cambridge, Lecture “AT-INdex”
+ PennDesign, University of Pennsylvania, January 08, “Terms of En-
gagement”, Roundtables on Architectural Education
+ PAN conference in Ljubljana, Slovenia
+ Savannah College of Art and Design, January 08, Lecture “Recent
Work”
2007
+ Pratt Institute, School of Architecture November 2007, Lecture “Re-
cent Work”
+ Graz, Austria, November 07, Conference “ High Spirited Networked
City”, Speaker
+ Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Barcelona, Invited
lecture
+ Belgrade, Serbia, May 10-12th, Conference “Innovation & Revolu-
tion”, Speaker
+ Universidad de Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, April 20th, Lecture “Recent
Work”
+ Florida International University, Miami, March 29st, Lecture “Recent
Work”
+ Center For Architecture, NY, March 28th, Panel participant for ‘Strat-
egy as Brand’, organized by Anna Klingmann
+ PennDesign, University of Pennsylvania, March 07, Moderator for
“Conversations” on design research.
+ Penn State Architecture School, March 21th, Lecture “Recent Work”
+ ID Magazine, NYC, Feb. 28th, Environments jury of the Annual Design
Review
+ Art Institute of Chicago, Feb 7th, Architecture & Design Society, Lec-
ture
+ Princeton School of Architecture, Jan 25th, Juror final thesis
2006
+ Columbia University, New York, Oct 23, PAN Architecture conference
+ Lighthouse International, New York, Oct 11th, “Generations of Mod-
ernism”, Panel Participant with Barry Bergdoll
+ ARX, Moscow, Russia, Oct 8th, Opening Lecture Architecture Week
Moscow, and jury member Professional Architecture Competition
+ Young International Architects, Rome, Italy, Lecture
+ AIANY, New York, Introduction to lecture Stan Allen, Panel discussion
+ PennDesign, University of Pennsylvania, Lecture “Recent Work”
2005
+ New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, Nov. 16th, “Computing
the Future”, conference
+ AIA, New York, Fall, “Technology: Hit or Miss
+ Columbia University, New York, July, Guest Lecture
+ AIANY, New York, May 17th, design series, Lecture
+ WTC, Rotterdam, Netherlands, March 15th, “Virtual Construction”,
conference
+ Tulane University, Jan, Lecture “Recent Work”
+ AIANY Tech, Lecture “Recent Work”
2004
+ National Building Museum, Washington DC, Lecture “Masonry Varia-
tions Exhibit”
+ Montana State University, Spring, Guest lecture “Recent Work”
Columbia University, NYC, Spring, Guest lecture “Recent Work”
+ TU Delft, Theory conference “Een Utopisch Vacuum”, participant
WHO WE ARE Winka Dubbeldam founded Archi-Tectonics in 1994,
and chose the name “Archi-Tectonics “ following the belief that team-
work makes strong. We are a WBE registered architectural design firm
and are based in New York City and Amsterdam, The Netherlands. We
are proud of a great team of engineers, consultants and contractors
that know our concepts well and have participated in creating our body
of work. We believe in creating original, innovative and sustainable
designs that are expressed in optimized, energy-efficient, and sus-
tainable solutions. We don’t focus on a “style,” but develop a specific
identity for each project. We do so through comprehensive, project spe-
cific research, which results in a CUSTOMIZED EXPERIENCE for our
clients, as well as an optimal spatial formation for every design. We
facilitate what we believe construction should be: personal, high end,
and affordable. Our focus on creating an identity for a customized de-
sign, together with intense teamwork, has multiplied the return on our
client’s investments greatly.
WHAT WE MAKE Archi-Tectonics is an expert in LEED design. We
are passionate about the use of smart systems and sustainable ma-
terials to create energy efficient, healthy living environments. A great
example of our green designs, are the GW497 Building and the Brews-
ter Carriage House. The GW497 incorporates passive solar energy with
highly insulated facades to create the perfect living environment. Fur-
ther use of recycled and sustainable materials was rewarded in 2006
by Metropolis magazine, through the sustainability AWARD. The 35,000
SF Brewster Carriage House was gut-renovated and designed with a
target goal of LEED GOLD. The project integrates high-performance
systems within the recycled shell of the existing building, such as rain-
water retention through green roofs, solar hot water heating through
vacuum tubes, and soybean based sprayed-foam insulation that sig-
nificantly increases envelope performance. We re-used precious build-
ing materials, such as hardwood floor beams as windowsills and wood
walls, creating a modern, warm living space. COMPLETED WORKS
+ Our focus on a specific identity for each project, rather then following
a “style,” made for a diverse portfolio comprised of innovative residen-
tial and commercial projects. To date, we have completed more than
seven ground-up mixed-use and residential buildings:
- The GW497 Building, west of SoHo, NY. An 80,000 SF, 11 story mixed-
use building with a custom designed folded curtain wall as it’s main
feature, was one of the first in parametric design [2004]
- The Gypsy Trail Residence, Upstate NY, is a 2,500 SF residence with
a 1500 SF guesthouse. It was designed from the inside out, creating a
custom “mold” for the inhabitants, efficiently combining all functions
in its core; an intelligent sculpture around which living spaces unfold.
[2003]
- The American Loft, a residential Tower, Northern Liberties, Philadel-
phia, PA. This 60,000 SF, 14 story, 40 unit building combines a poured-
in-place cantilevering concrete structure with a prefab aluminum fa-
çade. [2008]
- Dub Residence, Germany. This 2500SF prefab house took only 3 days
to construct, and 6 weeks to finish. It combines architecture and inte-
rior design with landscape design. [2008]
- The V33, a residential building in TriBeCa, NY. This 55,000 SF, 9 storey
Condo building has only 7 individual, custom- designed urban villas
with large sunrooms and terraces on the south façade, and an innova-
tive pixelated stone and glass street façade. [2013]
- The Chelsea Townhouse, Chelsea, NY. This landmark townhouse was
gut-renovated and enlarged to a 3,500 SF new townhouse. It combines
a new folded glass garden façade with fluidly connected interiors and
garden [2011]
Our commercial projects In New York City and Netherlands include
among others:
- The Cristine-Rose Gallery, SoHo NY [1994]
- Gear Magazine Headquarters Chelsea NY [1999]
- The Duggal offices on 21st Street NY
- Duggal Digital Headquarters on 23rd street NY [2000]
- The Bitforms Gallery [2001],
- The Netherlands Board of Conventions and Tourism Offices on Park
Ave, NY [2009].
- The Dutch Fashion biennale Pavillion for fashion Designer Siki Im.
[2011]
- The Netherlands Architecture Museum , Rotterdam, the Nether-
lands, a 10,000 SF ground floor with lobby, auditorium, shop
and restaurant [2011]
Our retail work includes:
- AIDA Salon [2000].
- Three Ports1961 stores, Harvey Nichols [2009], The Bund [2011], and
Paris [2012].
- We are currently working on the MOOOI flagship store in New York
City.
Examples of our hospitality projects are:
- 5-star GHM Hotel Tower in Philadelphia [2006]
- Central Plaza Skyscapers, Abu Dhabi with a 50 story hotel tower and
55 story office tower. [2009]
- Duane Spa, TriBeCa, NY. A 10,000SF duplex spa with treatment
rooms & retail space [2008].
- Tribeca Grand Salon, NYC a lounge in the TriBeCa Grand Hotel [2010]
- Tashan, a 5000SF restaurant and lounge in Philadelphia. [2011]
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PRO BONO Over the years, we have been given the opportunity to
work alongside various non-profit organizations and other foundations.
In 2010, we teamed up with the MacDella Cooper Foundation to create
the MCF Academy, a school and an orphanage in Liberia, Africa. The
MCF academy was conceived as a “sustainable village,” with courtyards
designed for specific functions, such as outdoor classrooms, play-
grounds, and vegetable gardens. The buildings are constructed from
local materials, and made by local Labor. The structures are designed
to have natural ventilation, maximize passive cooling, and the roofs col-
lect rainwater, stored in underground tanks and to be used for showers
and toilets.
We also designed the Jalk chair for the Pink Jalk Project, which benefits
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, NYC [http://archinect.com/
archi-tectonics/project/the-jalk-chair], and participated by designing a
scarf for the Scarfitecture Project [http://archi-tectonics.com/projects/
scarfitecture-guatemala/construct] to aid women in Guatemala.
WE EXHIBIT Throughout the years, Archi-Tectonics’ designs have
been showcased in numerous exhibits around the world. Our solo ex-
hibits include: “Con-Texture” exhibited in the Form Zero Gallery in Los
Angeles [1994], the Kunsthal in Rotterdam [1996] and in the Dessa Gal-
lery in Lljublana [1996]. “From Hardware to Softform” exhibited in the
Frederieke Taylor Gallery NYC [2002], and in the Art & Idea Gallery in
Mexico-City [2004].
We have participated in the following group exhibitions: “Rethinking the
Void”, in The Guggenheim [2010], “Performalism” the Tel-Aviv Museum
of Modern Art [2008], the PAN exhibit [2006] in the Taylor Gallery, NYC,
MOCAs “Skin and Bones, Los Angeles, Tokyo [2006 - 2007], The Lon-
don Biennale[2006], the Venice Biennale [2002 & 2004], and the exhi-
bitions “75 years of architecture at MOMA” [2007], “Young Architects
[2001] and the “UnPrivate House” [1999] in the Museum of Modern Art
New York.
WE SHARE Archi-Tectonics’ work has been featured in numerous,
international, professional journals, as well as in three monographs:
“Winka Dubbeldam, Architect” by 010 publishers, Rotterdam and Princ-
eton Press NY [1996], “AT-INdex” by Princeton Press, NY [2007], and
Archi-Tectonics, a Monograph by DAAB, Germany [2010].
AWARDS Our work has been frequently recognized within the ar-
chitectural and design communities. Winka Dubbeldam, Principal of
Archi-Tectonics, received the “Emerging Voice” award from the Archi-
tectural League NYC [2001], was nominated as “The Best and Bright-
est” by Esquire Magazine [2004]. Archi-Tectonics received the IIDA /
Metropolis “Smart Environment Award”[2006], The Hommes Award
[2010], and the “Built by Women: Winners Impacting Life in New York
City Award” from the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation [2015]
We have also won the Staten Island “Sustainable Housing Competition”
[2004], the 5,500,000 SF “Yulin Art District Design Competition” [2012].
In addition to winning awards, Archi-Tectonics has been a finalist in
multiple invitation-only design competitions including: Tel Aviv Design
Competition, Abu Dhabi “Central Plaza Competition, the Houthaven
Competition in Amsterdam and recently we collaborated on design
competitions for large areas in Yulin and Jingzhou in China [2014].
CLIENTS Archi-Tectonics has collaborated with great clients. Our
clients are an important part of our life. Companies such as Gear Mag-
azine, Duggall, Ports 1961 and the Bitforms gallery have worked with
us over several projects as well as private clients such as Frederique
van de Wall, Ellen von Unwerth, John Legend, and Tia Cibani [Ports
1961] to name a few.
See more at: www.archi-tectonics.com/
Archi-Tectonics
Email: Studio@Archi-Tectonics.com
Phone: 212-226-0303
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