White is an architectural firm based in Gothenburg, Sweden. It is the biggest firm in Scandinavia, with more than 900 team members. The company has 16 offices in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and England.
The firm was founded in Gothenburg in 1951 by architects Sidney White (1917–1982) and P. A. Ekholm, and has since established offices in Stockholm, Malmö, Halmstad, Linköping, Örebro, Uppsala, Umeå, Västerås, Copenhagen, Næstved, Holeby, London, and Oslo. White has a shared ownership model between their employees, with more than 600 shareholders, of which ~130 are partners.
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Gothenburg has an exciting mix of historic buildings and contemporary design such as the Gothic Towers pictured above. We have put together a guide to some of the most important sights when it comes to design and architecture.
The Gothenburg Opera and the lipstick skyscraper
The opera house from 1994 is located in Lilla Bommen harbour. The architect Jan Izikowitz found inspiration, not only in the world of opera, but the waterfront location too. The harbour is also where you can get up close to the red and white skyscraper commonly referred to as "the lipstick". The building, designed by Ralph Erskine, was completed in 1989 and stands 86 metres above sea level. The top floor is housing the observation deck Götheborgsutkiken offering amazing views of the harbour and city.
Lindholmen and the northern bank of the river
The northern bank of Göta River (Norra Älvstranden), and especially Lindholmen Science Park, is the place to go for contemporary design. The old shipyard area has been transformed into a modern neighbourhood including offices, a university campus and residential buildings. The most eye-catching feature is Kuggen, "the cog", a colourful round building with triangle-shaped windows, designed by Gothenburg-based architect Gert Wingårdh.
The Västtrafik river ferry Älvsnabben runs from Lilla Bommen harbour to Klippan and offers excellent views of the riverside neighbourhood Eriksberg. Get a seat on the top deck if the weather is fine, to fully absorb the harbour views. In Eriksberg you find the 70-metre high harbour crane – a distinct landmark reminding us of the glory days of shipbuilding. The crane was completed in 1969, making it possible to fix ships as large as nearly 500,000 tonnes. The country administrative board appointed the red harbour crane a historic building in 2012, to be preserved in the future.
The final stop, before the ferry returns, is Klippan, by the Älvsborg bridge, known for the former Carnegie porter brewery and the contemporary art centre Röda sten. The brewery was once among the largest employers in the city, with around 450 employees in 1890. This was also busy times for the sugar cane factory next door. Today the brewery is hotel Novotel and the sugar cane factory Sockerbruket, is for example housing arts and crafts studios.
Typical wooden houses in the west
The wooden county governor houses (landshövdingehus) from 1875-1940 are one of building styles that are the most typical in Gothenburg. They are for example found in the western neighbourhoods of Majorna and Kungsladugård, like around Mariaplan. They are characterised by a ground floor made in stone, followed by a second and third floor in wood. This was partly due to fire regulations. In the 1940s around half of the population lived in this type of house.
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Urbahn Architects - architecture has the power to manifest our ideals, strengthen our communities, and elevate our civic intercourse.
Urbahn Architects is a full-service planning and design firm based in New York City whose work touches many lives. Since 1945, we have designed projects for organizations and institutions that engage the public in the Healthcare, Education, Justice, Science, and Infrastructure sectors. This practice has formed Urbahn’s belief that architecture has the power to manifest our ideals, strengthen our communities, and to elevate our civic intercourse.
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An exhibition titled "Building a Community — Estonian Architects in Post-War Toronto," organized by the Museum of Estonian Architecture in collaboration with the Museum of Estonians Abroad, was recently opened in Toronto.
The exhibition is dedicated to Estonian architects who immigrated to Canada during and after World War II. It opened with a thematic symposium featuring speakers including curator Jarmo Kauge, Estonian Academy of Arts rector Mart Kalm as well as local architectural experts.
The result of many years of research, the exhibition focuses primarily on architects born in Estonia whose careers or studies in Europe were interrupted by the war as well as those who earned their architecture qualifications at Canadian universities in the following decades. It was during this postwar period that Toronto rapidly grew into the multicultural metropolis that it is today, and Estonian architects were among those who played an important role in shaping Toronto's architectural landscape.
Names such as Mihkem (Michael) Bach (1916-1972), Ants Elken (1917-2011), Uno Prii (1924-2000), Elmar Tampõld (1920-2013), Taivo Kapsi (1935-1967) and Henno Sillaste (1936-2013) are recognized in Toronto, the fourth largest city in North America, and their work is well known in architecture circles.
Prii's work has been particularly successful as new generations discover the energetic modernism of his work from the 1960s and 70s, and prime examples of architecture by Prii and Kapsi alike are under heritage protection.
Bach, Elken and Kapsi, who all taught at the University of Toronto, played an important role in the spread of Scandinavian-style modernism in Toronto's urban landscape, which was still fairly provincial following World War II. Elken's 30-year university career was also crowned by his being awarded an emeritus professorship. His first work, the first stage of the now-demolished Seaway Hotel, was awarded the prestigious Massey Silver Medal in 1955.
A chapter of its own in Toronto's architectural history includes the buildings designed by Estonians for the local Estonian diaspora community. These include St. Peter's Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church of Toronto, Tartu College, the Toronto Estonian House as well as a number of cooperative residences and care homes for the elderly.
The exhibition will remain at the Museum of Estonians Abroad, located at Tartu College (310 Bloor St. W, Toronto), through Feb. 12, 2018. During spring, an amended form of the exhibition will travel to the Museum of Estonian Architecture in Tallinn. A substantial catalog and collection of essays is planned to be published in time for the exhibition's run in Estonia.
The exhibition "Building a Community — Estonian Architects in Post-War Toronto" is supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia, the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research, the Integration Foundation and the Esotnian Ministry of Culture.
Houses are refuges for the dreams of people. Associative memories are embedded in many objects and details of our living and working worlds - architecture as a poetic phenomenon, so Gaston Bachelard philosophizes in his "Poetics of Space".
Architecture is thus more than pure constructed matter. Rather, it is to keep art in the limelight of a general state of transition, from the spatial idea through the built form to the sensations of the users.
Schilling Architects is continually expanding this multi-faceted knowledge of architecture. With each project the question arises about the nature and extent of architecture. In his architecture Johannes Schilling carries out a constant evolution of form and expression. History, social concerns and simple functionality may characterize the architecture, but it is determined by the sensitivity to absorb and reflect things in an expanded understanding. The reverberation that is generated in us by viewers and users is the real gain.
Thus the architecture remains equally accessible and full of lively surprises - in other words, a phenomenon.
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Miniwiz was founded in March 2005 by architect and structural engineers Arthur Huang and JarvisLiu. They based their company purpose on a mission to address the great disparity between sustainability, recycling and eco-consciousness and the bleak market reality around its lack of financially feasible applications. In 2007, Miniwiz developed the its breakthrough project, the HYmini - a groundbreaking portable wind, solar and handcrank power generator made from recycled electronic waste plastic and post consumer recycled paper. This device, a zero carbon footprint charging product, was the first in hundreds of Miniwiz projects to follow, which truly encapsulated all Miniwiz stands for –performance efficiency at zero carbon cost. In the years to follow we have expanded our customer solutions offering across a number of disciplines, all based on these founding principles.
By 2015, the World Economic Forum had recognised Miniwiz as a Technology Pioneer in the category “Energy / Environment / Infrastructure”, highlighting the positive impact that the company’s activity has had upon the world’s environment and economic development. Today, Miniwiz focusses on turning post-consumer waste into high performance materials enabling the movement into a true circular economy, thus frequently receiving extensive media attention and many awards for innovation in the recycling and building-material sector.
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The architectural bureau "A.Len" headed by Sergey Oreshkin (founded in 1991) provides a complete range of services on architectural design and obtaining the appropriate permissions and approvals for housing projects, public buildings, industrial facilities, reconstruction of the interiors of public and private buildings, and performing the author supervision over the construction. The company is notable for a high percentage of implemented projects, both in Saint-Petersburg and in other regions of the Russian Federation.
A.Len has a vast experience of working with the leading design and architectural companies from Austria, Great Britain, Germany, and Sweden.
Many of the company's projects were awarded prizes and diplomas.
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RUSSIAN FOR FISH - we believe that the texture and tone of the chosen materials should wrap, challenge and enhance the spaces created.
RUSSIAN FOR FISH is a London based, award winning architectural practice, founded in 2006.
The practice understands the impact of financial, environmental and space constraints facing clients and acts innovatively to create intelligent architectural design.
The practice has a reputation for forming close working relationships with both client and contractor, ensuring that the projects respond to budget and time constraints.
The practice has a network of consultants with whom they collaborate to ensure each project benefits from a multi disciplinary and thorough approach. The practice has a wide knowledge of materials and fabrication techniques. An individual and simplified material palette is developed for every project: The practice believes that the texture and tone of the chosen materials should wrap, challenge and enhance the spaces created.
Since 2016 RUSSIANFOR FISH has been an RIBA Student Mentor on the architecture undergraduate course at the University of East London and a Practice Mentor for the School of Architecture, at the Royal College of Art. RUSSIAN FOR FISH is a RIBA Chartered Practice.
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Joaquín Fernández - exceptional design services for projects including private homes, commercial structures, hotels, and more.
Joaquín Fernández is an international Architect, is the Founder and Principal of Fernandez Architecture firm (Fz). With more than 15 years of experience Fz offers an integral and complete service in Architecture and Interior Design, from the design of the large-scale, planning and residential or mixed buildings to the small-scale, residential and commercial.
He studied at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura del Vallès (ETSAV), of Spain, one of the most prestigious Universities in the world. He finished his studies of Architecture specializing in ecological and bioclimatic systems and projects. Later he obtained Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification.
For several years he has been professor of the ETSAV and the School of Design of Barcelona LLOTJA, giving classes in Architecture, Interior Design and Construction Management. More recently, and thanks to his professional experience, he has given master classes at different specialized Universities in the United States.
Joaquín Fernández has developed his career working on residential and commercial projects in Europe. It is worth mentioning his restoration and design projects that have contributed to the preservation, maintenance and updating of Catalan Modernism, a world-renowned style. At the same time, he collaborated with leading United States Architecture and Interior Design firms, bringing their expertise and ContemporaryEuropean Style, and for some years now, he has also been developing his professional activity independently from Fz in United States.
Joaquín Fernández is a member of the American Institute of Architects, obtained the international recognition of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, becoming part of the American Architects with maximum knowledge in his field, and he is a licensed Professional Architect in different states of the United States and in Europe. Its professional career has the recognized chair of correspondent of Spain by the State of Florida issued by The Official College of Architects.
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The exhibition will be shown at Musées d’Art et d’Histoire de Genève in Switzerland, until October 8, 2017.
The past decade of both economic crisis in Europe and North America as well as extraordinary growth of wealth in Asian countries has led to new questions and concepts for future museum buildings. The exhibition ‘New Museums: Intentions, Expectations, Challenges’ investigates these questions by analyzing recent and future designs on all continents.
Through contemporary project studies it aims to show, with a particular focus on sustainability, how museums position themselves as places of exchange and communication. The role of the museum as a location factor for economic development and gentrification of towns and regions remains controversial. Nevertheless these are still essential criteria in the planning of new museums. The driving question behind many new projects is the relation between current and future requirements that have to be met by the museum. This will therefore also be the central and combining factor of this exhibition.
Further strands of investigation followed by this project include: The development of museums towards multifunctional social spaces providing a platform for a vast variety of activities and the rising number of private art museums in which individual collectors showcase their collection and operate outside the conventional rules of long established public institutions. Furthermore the conversion of existing structures, such as silos, airplane hangars or train depots, and extension of museums becomes more important since urban space is limited and the ecological footprint of buildings has to decrease.
The exhibition illustrates how museums change under communal, commercial and cultural influences and the important role the new museum as a stimulating factor can play for an entire region.
Large scale models provided by the architecture firms are accompanied by photographs and digital renderings as well as multimedia presentations. The exhibition presents a wide array of information such as interviews with architects, museum directors and private collectors. It provides a comprehensive insight into the thought processes and the collective work that feed into the development of new museums.
Curated by Art Centre Basel in collaboration with Musées d’Art et d’Histoire de Genève
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heneghan peng architects - a design partnership practising architecture, landscape and urban design.
heneghan peng architects is a design partnership practising architecture, landscape and urban design. The practise was founded by Shih-Fu Peng and Róisín Heneghan in New York in 1999 and in 2001 opened an office in Dublin, Ireland.
We take a multi-disciplinary approach to design and have collaborated with many leading designers and engineers on a range of projects which include larger scale urban masterplans, bridges, landscapes and buildings.
Current projects include the Grand Egyptian Museum, at the Pyramids, the Giant’s Causeway Visitors’ Centre, Central Park Bridges at the 2012 London Olympic Park, a Library and School of Architecture at the University of Greenwich in Greenwich, London and a Mittelrheinbruecke in the Rhine Valley.
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anySCALE - we share an affinity for certain life values such as leading a healthy lifestyle and designing considerately for the next generation.
The three anySCALE partners, Karin, Tom and Andreas, have known and worked with each other for over a decade in Beijing, first coming together as coworkers in their previous company. It didn’t take long for them to discover that they shared similar views and standards when it came to areas of design, business, and life in general. Raising young families and with their children attending the same school, they in particular share an affinity for certain life values such as leading a healthy lifestyle and designing considerately for the next generation. In 2011 the three friends decided to embark on their own adventure by founding SCALE in Hong Kong, the mother company of anySCALE. One year later anySCALE was founded in Beijing. Most recently the company is proud to announce it’s latest addition of anySCALE Shanghai in 2016.
When working on any project each partner has his or her unique strengths to contribute, and, like with different flavours in a dish, when combined they work well together to enhance and support each other. Andreas brings his invaluable experience in the automotive industry as well as his pure lines and clean, considered details to the table. Tom’s constant search for optimisation is balanced with his mischievous side, always staying ahead of the game by injecting an element of surprise into his projects. Karin brings sophistication and class to any project, and has a natural ability for understanding a client’s ideas and translating them into reality.
During the last five years Tom, Karin and Andreas have formed a strong presence in China’s design market. anySCALE has a reputation for strong corporate identity development and has become the design face for companies such as Soho China, BMW and Daimler. The company has grown from a staff of 4 to 24 by 2015, translating into a 150% year-on-year growth, and expanded over three locations. It’s safe to say anySCALE is on the rise, and we’re all excited to see where this adventure leads.
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With a 30-strong team 3deluxe practices holistic design across all media and disciplines. Founded in 1992, the team is active in the fascinating world that straddles architecture and design, art and Pop culture, and, first and foremost: at the interface between the analog and digital world.
3deluxe injects charisma into organizations, spaces and objects. It develops an expressive and consistent image for them that cuts across all dimensions of sensory experience – and fascinates visually, grabs people emotionally, and acts as an enduring source of inspiration.
3deluxe unites professionals from five different areas, who bring their expertise to bear in the fields of architecture & interior design, communications design and brand building, not to mention film & interactive design. The elaborate projects by 3deluxe have met with international acclaim and received the most prestigious accolades in the creative industry.
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Collett-Zarzycki - best known for its attention to detail and careful use of elegant and characterful materials.
Collett-Zarzycki is one of the very few design practices to offer a multi-disciplinary approach that embraces architecture, interior design and landscaping. This enables us to offer a fully comprehensive service to our clients from initial concept designs, through to styling. Click here for more information on our Design Management Process.
The practice has a vibrant creative team of over twenty architects and designers who work closely with freelance consultants and artisans. Our Clients include the owners of some of the most prestigious residential properties in London, the UK and Europe, USA and the Far East.
Collett-Zarzycki is best known for its attention to detail and careful use of elegant and characterful materials. With a particular appreciation of fine craftsmanship and custom finishes, Collett-Zarzycki create bespoke fixtures, fittings and furniture, imbuing their projects with a sense of quality and individuality. Our progressive, flexible and innovative design approach is informed and influenced by our deep-rooted understanding of classical architecture. This approach is evolutionary; we create tailored homes that respect tradition whilst reflecting contemporary life.
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Regina Heinz is an Austrian-born ceramic artist, designer and lecturer with a passion for colour, form and beautiful vibrant ceramic surfaces.
Regina creates feature walls that explore the relationship between art, architecture and landscape and introduce rich and sensual ceramic surfaces into architectural spaces.
Since 2011 Regina has been working with leading art consultants, developers and luxury interior design companies to create individual art works as well as large scale commissions for corporate and private clients.
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We provide computer generated images and animations for a wide range of clients and purposes – for interior design and architecture presentations, for planning applications, for property marketing, for product brochures, to name a few.
We pride ourselves on creating realistic 3D images of the highest standard that help our clients to convey their ideas and products, win projects and sell off plan.
With a background in the interior design industry ourselves, and specialist in 3D interior design, we know and understand how important it is that 3D visuals are both accurate and inspiring.
We work with interior designers and property developers worldwide, and pride ourselves on understanding our client needs and delivering a quality service.
We also work with product manufacturers from a wide range of industries to create product shots and images of their products in lifestyle settings.
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Studio Libeskind is involved in designing and realizing a diverse array of urban, cultural and commercial projects around the globe. Our Studio is a collaboration of architects and designers that believe architecture is a practice of optimism. We approach our projects with the attitude that to make great places, you must believe in the future, but also remember the past.
Studio Libeskind’s architecture emerges from the idea that a building should be expressive and reflect contemporary life. Innovation is at the core of our design process. We believe that bold design must be realized with sustainable technology and we strongly believe that the art of architecture lies in creating a maximum impact within the constraints of budgets and functionality. We know from experience that great architecture comes from working with great clients; however, architecture is a public art and we hold ourselves accountable not only to the client, but to the communities, and cities in which we build.
Daniel and his partner Nina Libeskind established Studio Daniel Libeskind in Berlin, Germany, in 1989 after winning the competition to build the Jewish Museum Berlin. In February 2003, Studio Daniel Libeskind moved its headquarters from Berlin to New York City when Daniel Libeskind was selected as the master planner for the World Trade Center redevelopment.
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Didzis Jaunzems Architecture - innovative and conceptual architecture that is based on place context and functional particularities.
“Didzis Jaunzems Architecture” ltd work is focused on architecture, urban planning and design project development. Office is working on projects of different scales and typologies, and understands the importance of both overall shape and details in architecture. Projects are innovative and conceptual architecture that is based on place context and functional particularities.
"Didzis Jaunzems Architecture” was founded by Latvian architect Didzis Jaunzems in 2012. Jaunzems has studied and gained practical experience of architecture and urban planning in Latvia, Norway and Italy. Likewise he has participated in architectural summer schools in The Netherlands and Finland, workshops in India, China and Switzerland, as well as various architectural competitions around the Europe. Didzis Jaunzems has worked in the leading architecture offices in the world OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture) on library, exhibition park, university projects in France, Moscow agglomeration project in Russia and other country scale projects in Middle East.
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AMBS Architects are an international team of highly skilled architects, designers and engineers, delivering two-fold expertise in architecture and project management. Our interdisciplinary approach puts into practice participation and creativity, giving primary allegiance to a design process that directly engages the client and end user.
AMBS Architects was founded by Iraqi architect Ali Mousawi, who was later joined by Amir Mousawi and Marcos De Andres in 2007. Expanding on Alis 40 years of experience working in both the UK and Iraq, we have established ourselves as one of Iraqs foremost architecture and project management firms, with a growing team of highly skilled professionals in offices between London, Baghdad and Basra.
Being based in both the UK and Iraq, we uphold a forward-thinking approach informed by a deep cultural understanding. Working closely with the Iraqi government and dedicated teams of experts internationally, we are leading socially ambitious projects that are making a significant contribution to the future of Iraq. Our projects range from urban master plans to residential developments, from civic and healthcare buildings to cultural centres. Since 2003 we have been actively involved in the rebuilding of Iraq, and we are committed to minimising environmental impact and optimising energy efficiency.
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luis vidal + architects - a strong background and solid experience in a wide range of disciplines including planning, building and industrial design.
luis vidal + architects is an international architectural practice that provides high quality and innovative design led solutions to challenging projects.
Leading architects of the London Heathrow Terminal 2 project, this practice has offices across Spain, the United Kingdom, Japan, the United States, Chile and Dominican Republic and an international workforce of over 100 architects coexisting with a strong background and solid experience in a wide range of disciplines including planning, building and industrial design.
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Retallack Thompson are architects seeking to create timeless and enduring architecture, interior and landscape design.
We remain optimists, and believe that there is latent beauty in all spaces. We look to make the smallest of manoeuvres, that render the greatest effect. We understand spaces are formed by our relationships with each other, landscape and the world beyond. And, our approach to sustainability is to create buildings people love.
Directors Jemima Retallack and Mitchell Thompson have worked in award-winning offices in both Sydney and Berlin and are recipients of a number of national and international awards.
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At Aidea, we go beyond the creation of livable and workable spaces. Whenever we come up with designs and create spaces, we go the extra mile and think of how our work will make way for dynamic human experiences. To do this, we see ourselves conceiving new paradigms of integrated collaborative designs. This is how we prepare for the borderless ASEAN integration.
With this, we aim to offer interdisciplinary and international quality design services, particularly Architecture, Interior Design, Planning, and Graphic Environments.
As an integrated design practice, we leverage on our expertise, unique processes, and technologies to create solutions that bring the best value to our investors. We look at ourselves as our clients' partners, eager to foster long-term relationships with them.
We are also proud to say that our people are nurtured to achieve their fullest potential here at Aidea. We know that our people is our strength. We want to develop them to become well-rounded professionals with a global mindset. To give back to the industry, we are also committed to educating aspiring designers to prepare them for practice.
We also hold on to the idea that everyone at Aidea is an ambassador for the brand. We think, feel, walk, and live the Aidea culture of excellence and commitment. Our brand is conceived through the way we think, feel, and respond each time Aidea is seen or heard. After all, it is not just a brand; it is the product of everything we do.
As an interdisciplinary multifaceted practice, we create multiple solutions and beyond. We also value consistency. For years, we have been committed to providing excellent solutions to our clients worldwide. To further improve our services, we pioneer in systems and technology.
We were one of the first firms in the country to use BIM and we remain as an authority in relation to this technology. We also do not stop learning and innovating, hoping to improve our services each time. This is what innovative solutions-oriented service is all about.
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ARX Portugal - a return to the local, to the specific, to the architecture made of small but solid impulses.
Started in Berlin (1991) by Nuno Mateus and José Mateus, ARX Portugal is an architecture office based in Lisbon.
Our architecture doesn’t follow a lexicon or a stabilized language. In every new project we try to find the “vocables” for a specific language to the new context. More than searching common points between each new project and the previous, our interest focus more on finding differences. It is as if we were always returning to zero. And, at a certain level, that is our conception of innovation.
Evidently this approach also opens up a vast research field. Not having to work within rigid precepts, we search an experimental path where we can test new concepts starting from what interest and fascinates us. Meanwhile, wise seem to us the words of the Brazilian poet and philosopher António Cícero that once said: “what is interesting, it is not much writing something new, but writing something that the reading doesn’t date it.”
The future is always hard to predict, but, com-probingly, after the revolutions, of the disinterest in history and the globalization, there will be certainly a return to the local, to the specific, to the architecture made of small but solid impulses from the things that arrive to us.
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ELS Architecture and Urban Design - For 50 years we have designed extraordinary buildings and spaces.
We have always believed in the interdependency of architecture and urban design.
All of our projects, from downtown to exurbia, are about bringing people together. We often find a forgotten space or area and turn it into the place people remember—the public realm. Our roots are in Berkeley. We are informal yet rigorous, democratic yet decisive. We create places that endure for generations.
Insight and respect
At our Berkeley-based architecture and urban design studio, we focus on the entire spectrum of public places. Insight and respect are the foundation of our work.
We begin a rigorous design process by paying close attention to our clients’ aspirations and needs and to those of their audiences. Integrating our expertise across multiple disciplines with sound business practices and stewardship for the natural environment, our programs result in high architectural and environmental value, while responding to and enlivening the existing surroundings.
As architects and urban designers we translate the joy of human connection into a place that lives.
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