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Ja Architecture Studio’s Presentation at Pechakucha | Vol. 34

October 22nd, 2015 by jastudi1

This is our presentation for pechakucha volume 34, City Builder’s event. What they asked ask, “What have you done for Toronto lately?”

 

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Pechakucha | Volume 34, City Builders

October 22nd, 2015 by jastudi1

Pechakucha | Volume 34, City Builders
What have you done for Toronto lately?

“Volume 34 | City Builders showcas[ed] young, creative city builders – those working on, responding to, advocating for, and imagining our fine city. This Volume advanc[ed] the idea that a project doesn’t need to be large scale and expensive to have transformational impact. [The event planners]  had put together an exciting line-up of city builders who are giving something to the city, provoking change, starting conversations, and making the streets more animated and beautiful. ”

Excerpts from Pechakucha website

What they asked ask, “What have you done for Toronto lately?”

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The Sold out event took place at 7:00 pm on on October 20th, at  Rally on Ossington at Queen, a new experimental, mixed-use space conceptualized and operated by Hermann & Audrey.

 

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Behnaz Assadi Presenting at pechakucha event

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Bauhaus Museum Dessau Competition

September 14th, 2015 by jastudi1

BAUHAUS MUSEUM DESSAU
DESSAU, GERMANY

Six Rooms

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 Facing the Park: view from the center of the park

Six rooms merge on the edge of a park, each room housing one of the programs that once formed the Bauhaus, each calling for autonomy yet playing a part in a cohesive whole. The delicate balance between autonomy and participation becomes a narrative for one of the most interdisciplinary institution of the past century, The Bauhaus; where art, design, craft, culture and politics formed a force field of modernism. The gathering of the rooms will also become a programmatic framework for the function of The Bauhaus Museum Dessau and its curatorial concept.

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Ja Studio and Guggenheim Helsinki!

April 23rd, 2015 by jastudi1

 

We are proud to announce our Honorable Mention award amongst 1715 international proposals in Guggenheim Helsinki competition. The competition that was launched in June 2014 to design the new Guggenheim museum on Helsinki harbour and set the record in attracting the largest number of entries across the world. Our work will be exhibited in, Guggenheim Helsinki Now, presenting top submissions, April 25-May 16 at the Kunsthalle Helsinki. The public is invited to review and discuss the six finalist designs, as well as honorable mentions selected by the competition jury.

Ja is travelling to Helsinki!
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THE TWOFOLD

January 29th, 2015 by jastudi1

 

1070 QUEEN STREET STORE
A Ja Architecture studio Project

 

 

 

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Photo By: Sam Javarouh

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Exploded Axonometric displaying different components of the renovation process.

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GUGGENHEIM HELSINKI COMPETITION

January 28th, 2015 by jastudi1

The Driftwood
Guggenheim Helsinki  Competition

 

 


 

The design challenge of the museum is to find a moment of tangency between two ideals: the Guggenheim ideal of creating architectural icons and the Nordic ideal of openness and accessibility. Guggenheim museums have had no precedents at the moment of their inception; each unique on its own and each a new addition to the repertoire of architecture. Helsinki is an egalitarian city within which institutions are accessible and humane. How can a building be both monumental and accessible at the same time? How can it be both contextual and yet with no precedent? Read the rest of this entry »

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BAHAR CENTRE

October 2nd, 2014 by jastudi1

Bahar Centre
Ja Architecture studio in collaboration with ARTA Design and Build

 

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BAHAR CENTRE

Bahar Centre is a mixed-Use building located on the hills of Azimieh overlooking Karaj’s skyline as well as Alborz Mountains at the start of beautiful Tehran-Chalous road. With five levels of underground parking, 4000 SQm of commercial space and 8 levels of residential floors the complex will become a boutique mixed-use building on the roof of Karaj catering the exclusive taste of seekers of luxury living and modern design.

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THE FOLD

October 1st, 2014 by jastudi1



The Fold

A Ja Architecture studio Project

Briarhill with brick

 

Rendering on the project

The fold is a new contemporary house on Briarhill Avenue. The design concept is to
create the notion of entry to a house by folding the main façade and creating a space within the façade that both belongs to the outside and the public as well as the inside and the domestic. The project is designed to be contemporary and elegant, while retaining a relationship with the fabric of the neighbourhood through the use of warm and contextually relevant materials.
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SPLIT-SEMI

October 1st, 2014 by jastudi1

Split-Semi
Ja Architecture studio in collaboration with ARTA Design and Build

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Split-Semi is a renovation project on Dovercourt road that transforms the original
semi-detached house into two units with a walk-out basement. The facade of the
building has been removed and replaced with an architectural relief. A landscape
intervention creates multiple zones in the front yard of the house that allows a more efficient use of the frontage as well as a livelier streetscape. The design of the facade addresses the original fold on the mansard roof while a modern bay window opens up the project onto the street.
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JA SIDE STOOL

October 1st, 2014 by jastudi1

Ja Side Stool
Ja Architecture studio Project

Side Sloot By Ja

At JA, often we hear the question, “what do you think about this?” around the office. With a Side Stool always accessible where and when we need it, we are able to easily and comfortably pull up a seat and immerse ourselves in each other’s workspace. As a piece on its own, the Side Stool is a seat, but when combined, one can grow to become a bench or a coffee table. The versatility of the stool is in keeping with the open nature of our office. Read the rest of this entry »

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