An interesting convergence of box bays, shading devices, and frameless windows. Noted.
A pair of interesting corner windows.
Drop Corner (by ken mccown)
Like these funky window projections.
A Certain Type of Crenelation (by ken mccown)
All sorts of interest going on here. Box bay projecting windows, on corners as well, and a series of solid hinged ventilator panels.
Lots going on here of interest. The projecting window frames coming through solid walls and window walls alike, the clerestory windows above the low roof, and the unashamed display of basic construction materials.
hans chr. hansen, architect: hanssted skole / school, copenhagen 1954-1959 (by seier+seier)
Gion A. Caminada - Multi-purpose hall, Vrin 2003. Via. I’d like to devote a longer, more in depth post to Caminada in the future, who has been living and practicing in the same small Swiss town (population ~300) for his career, and whose work consists of a fascinating evolution of older, more traditional building techniques that are necessitated by the region’s harsh climate.
The swoopy curved walls of this house are cool, yes, but what we are coveting are the ribbon windows of box bays pushing through the skin.