Snow

An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about snow

Project • By VondomBars

Petroni Grand Valira terrace

Skii relaxVondom’s outdoor furniture completes one of the most luxurious resting places in the Andorran ski resort. A new terrace where skiers can rest at the end of the day and enjoy vermouth, pinchos and tapas. Vondom The space is furnished entirely using Vondom furniture. The central area of the terrace features sofas from the Vela and Ulm collections, designed by Ramón Esteve. On the other side, there are stools and tables from the Frame collection, also designed by Ramón Esteve. In short, furniture from the Spanish firm Vondom is now in demand high for the terraces of Grand Valira, one of the largest ski resorts in the Pyrenees. Vondom More

Project • By WarmlyYoursPrivate Houses

Heated Paver Entryway

These homeowners planned for almost every outdoor surface to be heated with a snow melting system. From their driveway to their courtyard, every paver is installed over a radiant heating system design to melt snow all year-long. Learn more about this project in our Showcase More

Project • By WarmlyYoursMuseums

Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center

Utilizing a snow melting system, the Illinois Holocaust Museum installed heated concrete that will keep walkways clear of snow and ice all year-long. More

Project • By Michael Muraz PhotographyWorkshops

LiUNA Local 506 Training Centre

The LiUNA Local 506 Training Centre was designed to meet the growing demand for trade apprenticeship programs, skills training, and certification in the region. It provides training in four programs: construction craft worker, cement finisher, precast erector, and hazmat worker.   BNKC Architects commissioned me to photograph the full project in December 2019. The winter conditions provided some great opportunities for dramatic exterior images. The minimalist snow cover helped emphasize the materials of the building.   The goal of the interior images was to highlight the different learning spaces. Including people in some of the shots helped provide scale and give an idea of the types of activities the building was designed fo... More

Project • By Ceresa ArchitettoPrivate Houses

Inside home

The archaic shape of the house has been reproposed inside the inhabit. The rhythmic sequence of the portals is precise and constant.The inner modules are free, they don't follow any plan. More

Project • By Imbue DesignPrivate Houses

Red Hawk

On a gentle ridge looking out to Park City the Red Hawk residence is perched on a mountain crest that offers the perfect vantage point for its spectacular surroundings. By way of outdoor living spaces the home's design weaves uninterrupted views of Utah's iconic mountains into the daily living of the family that flocks there.For Park City's serene summer season the home is wrapped with a deck for breakfast dining, lazy day reading, and sunset viewing. But with the 7,500 foot elevation and the raw, breathtaking views also comes extreme weather in spectacular form. At this elevation the arrival of spring can bring with it gale force winds; early fall can produce earth trembling thunderstorms; and winter can pile up snow in excess of 12 feet [... More

Project • By moloParks/Gardens

northern sky circle

molo collaborated with sound artist Ethan Rose to build an ephemeral outdoor room from snow; a place for contemplation, gathering and a heightened sensory experience of the northern sky.With temperature’s plummeting to -30 Celsius, construction began in the pitch dark of New Year’s morning. The main challenge was improvising a construction method to work with the variable consistencies of snow, mixed with gravel and sand and ploughed from parking lots. The snow was piled loosely into formwork where it sintered into a solid mass. Playing with the formwork, using our bodies to back off or lean in, we were able to create a geology of formations and textures.Entering the structure’s narrow opening, one felt the weight of its massive walls. The... More