Cultural Center Rozet By Neutelings Riedijk Architects 1

Cultural Center Rozet by Neutelings Riedijk Architects: A Large Public Staircase with Rectangular Sand-Colored Concrete Elements

Designed for the City of Arnhem, Cultural Center Rozet houses a number of cultural organizations. Completed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects in 2013, this building is conceived as a large public staircase. The building facade is composed of rectangular sand-colored concrete elements that attractively can be seen from a distance.

Freiburg Town Hall By Ingenhoven Architects 11

Freiburg Town Hall by Ingenhoven Architects: The First Public Net-Surplus-Energy Building in the World

First built in 2017 by Ingenhoven Architects, Freiburg Town Hall is the first public net-surplus-energy building in the world. It is located in Freiburg im Breisgau, providing workplaces for 840 employees of the City Administration. The energy demand of this building is as low as 55-kilowatt hours per square meter per year which is only 40 percent of the primary energy demand of modern office buildings.

Daeyang Gallery And House By Steven Holl Architects 6

Daeyang Gallery and House by Steven Holl Architects: A Private Gallery and House with Red and Charcoal Stained Wood Interiors

Designed for Daeyang Shipping Co. Ltd, Daeyang Gallery and House is a residential and art gallery project located in Seoul. Completed in 2012 by Steven Holl Architects, this private gallery and house sits in the hills of the Gangbuk section and consists of three pavilions. The red and charcoal stained wood interiors of these pavilions are the main highlights of the project.

Mr Robinson By Jonathan Segal Architect 12

Mr. Robinson by Jonathan Segal FAIA: An Apartment Building with Sustainable Concrete and Glass

Located in San Diego’s vibrant Hillcrest neighborhood, this building is a mixed-use project by Jonathan Segal FAIA. Mr. Robinson is a thirty-six-unit apartment that sits on the corner of Park Boulevard and Robinson Street with 36 apartment units and two restaurants. It is constructed of sustainable concrete and glass predominately that only needs little to no maintenance. This project is completed in 2015 with 25,000 sqft to 100,000 sqft in size.

Villa Van Diepen By René Van Zuuk Architects 4

Villa van Diepen by René van Zuuk Architects: A Private Villa with Six Wooden Portals

It is a private villa that standing at a height of 4 meters with an introverted brick box shape. The family’s house plot of Villa van Diepen for René van Zuuk Architects is the most challenging out of all the locations in the Filmwijk-Zuid area. With a very small budget, this villa can provide a living volume with a torsion roof and also a surface supported by six wooden portals.