Articles tagged Copper

Axel Towers by Landgaard & Tranberg. Photo Jens Lindhe

Lundgaard & Tranberg Architects fuses towers and functions together

COPENHAGEN – Five circular towers have been fused together to form a complex of offices, retail and parking in the centre of the Danish capital.

CUTR Hospital by 2b architectes. Photos Matthieu Gafsou

A metallic-clad roof structure by 2b architectes is inconspicuous amongst the vegetation

EPALINGES – Although its use has changed throughout its 100-year history, the CUTR’s primary purpose has remained in healthcare and patient rehabilitation.

Experimentarium by CEBRA. Photos Adam Mørk

CEBRA’s lavish copper staircase is a beacon for sparking curiosity

HELLERUP – An intervention of Experimentarium in Denmark has doubled the size of the science museum, changing the design from an introverted building to an engaging attraction.

Perforated copper cladding and angular pillars convey an elegant futurism.

JKMM accelerates the dynamic of a transportation hub

LAHTI – A historic rail station in southern Finland gets a polished update to form a closer link to the city.

The new front façade of copper drapes ‘cost a small fortune and blocked out the light’. Photo courtesy of Michel Denancé

Frame of Mind: Barry Fantoni divulges local reality of L’École d’art du Calaisis

CALAIS – Mark magazine reader and Calais resident Barry Fantoni offers his observations of the project as a counterpoint to our own coverage of the art school.

A dialogue is established between the raw concrete structure of the building and the precious metal elements that adorn it.

Arc.Ame's school tantalises the public with a laced copper façade

CALAIS – Envisioned to benefit the local community, a hybrid art school and residential complex becomes an energising addition to a bustling port city in northern France.

The three level structure consists of a solid concrete base crowned with a wooden shelter.

An Alpine Experiment by sam architects

LENZERHEIDE – sam architects completed a family home located in the breathtaking Swiss Alps in Lenzerheide.

This contemporary single-family house in Belgium is informed by an explicit archetypal language.

House VDV by GRAUX & BAEYENS Architecten

DESTELBERGEN – A newly completed copper-clad house appears to transcend the putative dichotomy between familiar trends and marginal design intentions.