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  • Students of Redfield College paying their respects as we commemorate the sacrifice our fallen soldiers made protecting Australian values. Memorial generously donated by local businesses and designed by SDA Architects.
  • Students of Redfield College paying their respects as we commemorate the sacrifice our fallen soldiers made protecting Australian values. Memorial generously donated by local businesses and designed by SDA Architects.
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  • O1. Q u a i 6 2
  • O1. Q u a i 6 2
  • 16 1 2 hours ago
  • FORUM,
Concours
Personeni Raffaele Architectes (prar.ch)
Campus Pôle Santé à Sion, 2019
  • FORUM,
    Concours
    Personeni Raffaele Architectes (prar.ch)
    Campus Pôle Santé à Sion, 2019
  • 46 1 5 hours ago
  • In 2016, de Vydler Vinck Taillieu (@deVylderVinckTaillieu) completed a transformation of an existing 19th century psychiatric clinic in Melle, Belgium. The psychiatric clinic was originally conceived as a series of pavillions –  or houses, as DVVT calls them – scattered around a bucolic landscape. DVVT, through their interventions, introduced a new form of outdoor space by rethinking the pavilion/house. 
DVVT writes, “Sint-Jozef is one of those houses. A nice house. A good house. But no longer a house which can still be a home for care today. 
So, Jozef is retiring. Surely, Jozef needs to make room. For a square. An open square. Open space for open activities. Care is allowed to desire open space for open activities today. The question is clear. The question is understood. Care changes, and Jozef cannot keep up anymore. But does this mean that Jozef needs to make room? Gone? Demolished? Is that the only way to make room for change?
A different question emerges. How can Jozef change to make room for changing expectations? It seems impossible. A house is not a square.
Yet the question should be thought through. The idea of an encounter should be considered. What this means. What this requires. Is it a square that is needed, as such? Or is it a collection of desires, intentions and expectations to find a space outside, where encounters in their many different forms can and may take place? If an encounter in its many different forms can and may take place – in a square as a place – would the square be enough? Can it be different? To dismantle Jozef into a square – in many different forms. A place in many different forms. Open, and yet still a house.”
Photograph by Filip Dujardin.
  • In 2016, de Vydler Vinck Taillieu (@deVylderVinckTaillieu) completed a transformation of an existing 19th century psychiatric clinic in Melle, Belgium. The psychiatric clinic was originally conceived as a series of pavillions – or houses, as DVVT calls them – scattered around a bucolic landscape. DVVT, through their interventions, introduced a new form of outdoor space by rethinking the pavilion/house.
    DVVT writes, “Sint-Jozef is one of those houses. A nice house. A good house. But no longer a house which can still be a home for care today.
    So, Jozef is retiring. Surely, Jozef needs to make room. For a square. An open square. Open space for open activities. Care is allowed to desire open space for open activities today. The question is clear. The question is understood. Care changes, and Jozef cannot keep up anymore. But does this mean that Jozef needs to make room? Gone? Demolished? Is that the only way to make room for change?
    A different question emerges. How can Jozef change to make room for changing expectations? It seems impossible. A house is not a square.
    Yet the question should be thought through. The idea of an encounter should be considered. What this means. What this requires. Is it a square that is needed, as such? Or is it a collection of desires, intentions and expectations to find a space outside, where encounters in their many different forms can and may take place? If an encounter in its many different forms can and may take place – in a square as a place – would the square be enough? Can it be different? To dismantle Jozef into a square – in many different forms. A place in many different forms. Open, and yet still a house.”
    Photograph by Filip Dujardin.
  • 497 2 6 hours ago
  • New Holland Theater
St. Petersburg, Russia
  • New Holland Theater
    St. Petersburg, Russia
  • 348 2 11 hours ago