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  • HKA | Umbrella

    UMBRELLA - COOL SCHOOL "An open umbrella is a beautiful enclosed sky.” Xavier Forneret ​ School is the most important socialization environment for children; it is not only a place of education, but also a space of connections , multifunctional platform. For younger, it is not only important to go to school for lessons, so we go to meet friends, have fun, learn the great values such as Love, Peace, freedom; we go to thrive, to blossom out. ​ “Child" feeds the desire to overcome, to break the ingenuity, but this is only possible in an appropriate setting. ​ Well-being, more than a fact is a sensation which depends on the individual concerned. This can be created from the surrounding, from the school for children. To satisfy these needs we decide to produce a unique and responsive framework for sensations expressed by users of the future school. We must combine at the same time visual, recreation, education, and enjoyment in one design that responds to local climatic requirements and climate issues on a global scale. ​ The idea of a transparent umbrella-shaped structure comes from its first use: protection against rain, the weather. We must protect children while allowing them to observe nature, the landscape, the environment, while ensuring a comfortable during extreme climate. The exterior wooden frame makes the feel of a space that is both closed and open: it is like “you are locked out.” ​ Primary school is both an open building with transparent materials, but also structurally closed cause of a need for protection against the extreme conditions. The symbiosis between the natural environment and the users is integrated by the use of wood as a material that is attractive, sustainable and robust to ensure efficient operation of the facility of use. ​ PROJECT INFO Type: Client: Team: Size: Location: Year: Status: Awards: Competition Building Trust international Hermann Kamte N/A Khovd, Mongolia 2015 Proposal N/A PRESS & PUBLICATIONS

  • HKA | Baltic Home

    BALTIC HOME This design was born of the beautiful history of the city, intelligence of the nature and the culture whose it depends on. Then, the first intend of the project was to enhance this House of the future residential complex as a cultural home and as a permanent pavilion. ​ Baltic House is inspired by traditional architecture. The pavilion has been conceived in respect of St Petersburg cultural influence through centuries. The Original response of this proposal remains on its beauty, lightness and softness. The shape follows the natural landscaped . ​ Our design integrated some features to serve the needs of people. The place is accessible for every person and it is not limited to waiting area but also includes accommodations, garbage disposal, indoor greenery and a free public WiFi. ​ Working about natural daylight or artificial lighting was a graceful. Wood, Poly-carbonate and Polyethylene have been choosing as main material. Wood is the symbol of audacity, flexibility and evolution. It is also available in this region, the project is like a light box, translucent polyethylene allows bringing diffuse light inside the box and luminous effect at night. Transparent poly-carbonate allows people inside to have a clear view of public transport. ​ PROJECT INFO Type: Client: Team: Size: Location: Year: Status: Awards: Competition Project Baltia Hermann Kamte N/A St Petersburg, Russia 2016 Proposal N/A PRESS & PUBLICATIONS

  • Profile - HKA | Hermann Kamte & Associates

    HKA | PROFILE ​ HKA PROFILE ​ ​ ​ HKA | Hermann Kamte & Associates is a global studio for sustainable architecture, engineering, urbanism, and industrial design, founded by Hermann Kamte in 2017. Since then, he, and the team around him, have established an international practice with a worldwide reputation. We work as a single studio that is both ethnically and culturally diverse. The Office provides services including Architecture, Design, Urbanism, Landscape, Education, Research, and Development. ​ As a young practice, we have gained international visibility and currently work in a range of projects in Africa, Europe, North America and Asia. Through a series of international awards and rewards, HKA, focuses its work on sustainable development integrating modern design tools into its creative process to achieve contemporary and modern aesthetics. The team believes that the creative process is fundamental for each project because each one is unique. The Team has a great interest in research articulated around the fundamentals, the functions, the design, or the use processes. ​ The vision is to bring new dynamics into African Architecture before investigating the worldwide community. The aim is to contribute to shaping the world by giving another appreciation, approach, and subtlety. ​ The challenge is difficult, the journey is long, but we want to do it. Humanity alongside all its destroying actions, or not, on nature remains at the center of our preoccupation; Its well-being is always and will always be important for them. ​ Their pledge of every day is: how to make it possible without destroying our beautiful nature, our planet? With a great interest in wooden architecture, HKA proposes the study of its influence on the shaping of sustainable, resilient, and future cities. The aim is to build an alternative to the city's reliance on concrete/steel buildings which is less sustainable. The team thinks wood is among the best solution for sustainable architecture which isn’t well explored by Architects. ​ That way, we want to construct a solid value, a great interest, and a better discourse around timber and its benefits through deep research. Smart cities of tomorrow which are being planned today will need materials like wood, which are sustainable, marketable, ecological, serviceable, and flexible in use. ​

  • HKA | The Forgotten - Dead Or Alive

    LEGO LUNCH Food is an energy resource for organisms. To procure well-being it must be safe and healthy for tasting and for consumption. Lego Lunch is designed with the intend to produce a good environment for people who want to eat or to take their daily meals during relax hours on the workday. By this opportunity to gather people, the aim is also to create a communal place in Siauliai. ​ With creative, sustainable and less expensive approach, the project is built by using recycled shipping containers (20 ft container, the must current). Conceive as modular and replicable structure, each module is independent and can be easily reproduced. Containers are the load-bearing structure with a light touch of the design. ​ Each module contains specific function allowing its flexibility, replication and maintenance if need. The restaurant is extensible in height, but before the roof is hosting a soft greenery. ​ The project creates a comfortable landmark for Siauliai community during the year. It also gives an interesting panoramic views on its neighbouring. Final Aesthetic is a mixture between warm, neutral and cold material, respectively, wood, glass and metal. ​ We benefit of this opportunity, of this energy, of these materials to leave a powerful legacy, a unique architecture in this beautiful community. PROJECT INFO Type: Client: Team: Size: Location: Year: Status: Awards: Competition Ryterna Hermann Kamte N/A Siauliai, Lithuania 2016 Proposal N/A PRESS & PUBLICATIONS David Salisbury

  • HKA | Ellipsoid Conservatory

    ELLIPSOID CONSERVATORY The conservatory is a concept of India and the Middle East arrived in Europe through multiple trips explorers in the late 18th century. Today, the conservatory has a very particular role in the lives of families across the world. ​ The use of the conservatory has evolved significantly over time. Today the conservatory is considered: ​ A full modern space for a house A relaxation area, a reception area for visitors A nice space to enjoy the summer sun and protected from the cold winter A space that requires an innovative concept and design each time to satisfy the subtleties end tastes of the occupants ​ Since his arrival in Europe, the design of the porch on the spatial dimension has not advanced as uses dedicated to this space. Here, When we look at the chronological evolution of the conservatory and various models designed and regularly known form (completed) for families, we question about his perception. ​ What is the future of the conservatory for us, contemporary? ​ The originality of our project is to revitalize the conceptual design of the conservatory: Ellipsoid conservatory . ​ Ellipsoid conservatory opens new ways to perceive space by users, to embellish their living environment. The conservatory is not only prolongation of the house; it takes on even more important: it becomes a work of architecture and design in itself, by its appearance, its magnificence. Ellipsoid conservatory is a prototype that invites us to explore and discover the possibilities in a curved universe. ​ PROJECT INFO Type: Client: Team: Size: Location: Year: Status: Awards: Competition David Salisbury Hermann Kamte N/A London, UK 2014 Proposal Shortlisted PRESS & PUBLICATIONS David Salisbury

  • HKA | Traditional Spline School

    TRADITIONAL SPLINE SCHOOL Located in the northeast of the country, more than 1000 km of Niamey, Fachi in the Agadez Region consists of 2,000 inhabitants and doesn’t have any school. ​ T.S. School is a proposal to contribute to local development with the aim to create educational facility, but multifunctional building such as community places or meeting. With environmental, social and sustainable approach, the project is inspired by traditional African architecture: the Case of Africa. Free, curved form, allows integration school into desert environment. Local materials such as straw, clay, earth, and wood are mainly used. ​ School’s thermal comfort is procured by creating the freshness in this environment. Installation of NEEM trees around buildings and plants under these trees generate a local micro climate. ​ ​The NEEM provides shade and retains cool air created by plants under. So, the flow of prevailing winds brings them indoor the structure and generates fresh air. Trees also help to face the wind and very violent sandstorm. ​ The principle of Musgum Case (northern Cameroon) to create a natural temperature difference with a voluntary exchange of heat between hot air and cold air inside the Structure was applied. ​ Wooden bearing structure and light polycarbonate filter help to diffuse natural light, retain rain water and dust particles. Straw envelope above the polycarbonate is used to filter the sunlight; it is solar screen. Clay is principally used. The project will create a space for reflection, sharing and exchange. Children interact with the area whether it’s; studying, running, walking, leaning or sitting, playing… helping to inspire. ​ PROJECT INFO Type: Client: Team: Size: Location: Year: Status: Awards: Competition KYM Field Schools Hermann Kamte N/A Fachi, Niger 2015 Proposal N/A PRESS & PUBLICATIONS

  • HKA | Hot To Cold

    HOT TO COLD Every year, there is a travel of Hot and Cold seasons. At this cyclic journey, they can see nature change its landscape skin. Winter, spring, summer and fall are the most beautiful pictures of Nature, each step of this annual cycle is always unique. Hot to Cold structure allows travelling this annual cycle in a day. ​ The Coloured Acrylic Tubes transform by refraction and reflection process the natural daylight of the sun into gradient colours flow (from war to cold). At each unique position of the sun, the visitor depending on its own position can see different colours gradients on the snowy landscape. The white texture of the snow is the catalyst in this process. ​ On the Lifeguard stand, people can see at the same time this transformation inside and outside the box. At every moment, the structure can be easily mounted or dismounted. At the end it can be sold because this experience remains unique forever. PROJECT INFO Type: Client: Team: Size: Location: Year: Status: Awards: Competition Raw Design Hermann Kamte N/A Toronto, Canada 2016 Research N/A PRESS & PUBLICATIONS

  • HKA | Chalk's Games

    CHALK'S GAMES Chalk's games is a space defining various games / activities available for children on a sidewalk, driveway, ​ Chalk's games is a space for temporary games that can be re-adapted to the conditions and liking of the children. This play area is only possible during hot periods of the year, in the absence of rain. This space is favorable in summer, late spring and early autumn. We imagine here several interactive games for children that boost their communication and creation. This style of interactive games is growing with families, parents and children, because it is not only a way to have fun but also remains a method of learning, culture and also has a sports connotation. ​ What's funnier than revise having fun? We put on stage a space at once: education, recreation, culture, community and sports. We accumulate all its functions in a privileged space, historical, and heritage community and within a single project: Chalk's games. To create this space, we use here, chalk as the predominant material hence its name: Chalk's games. The chalk was used as sticks to write on blackboards of the classrooms in the schools. Chalk for teaching is made of plaster added pigments for colored chalk. ​ Thus, it is a material not only essential for children during the academic course, but even more in the playground. Used chalk to produce a playground proves initially beneficial in several ways. Large sidewalk chalks are appreciated by children because they allow to create great playgrounds such as the famous hopscotch. The large sidewalk chalk is ideal for children's hands, non-toxic and washable. ​ PROJECT INFO Type: Client: Team: Size: Location: Year: Status: Awards: Competition Child Friendly Public Space Hermann Kamte N/A , Ukraine 2015 Ivano-Frankivsk Proposal N/A PRESS & PUBLICATIONS Child Friendly Public Space ​

  • Publications - HKA | Hermann Kamte & Associates

    HKA | PUBLICATIONS ELLE DECORATION ZA Deco, Design, Lifestyle & Trend Magazine Hermann Kamte Deco Shortlist Johannesburg, South Africa October 2018 TRAITS D'CO La Magazine Archi Deco Tour En Bois : Une Premiere En Afrique Chavanod, France October 2018 ABSTRACT International Architecture Magazine De Houten Toren Van Lagos Uccle, Belgium October 2018 CTBUH REPORT | POLYCENTRIC CITIES Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat - 2018 Conference Report Lagos's Wooden Tower Dubai, United Arabes Emirates October 2018 LANDSCAPE Landscape Magazine The Heart of Dubai Dubai, United Arabe Emirates October 2018 PANELS & FURNITURE ASIA Panel & Furnitures Manufacturing Rising High Above Singapore, Singapore September / October 2018 IDENTITY Architecture, design, Interiors + Property Magazine Wooden Skyscraper For Lagos Dubai, United Arabes Emirates September 2018 SIMPLY GREEN Sustainability, Water, Energy & Green Architecture Hermann Kamte Designing Smart Cities Cape Town, South Africa September 2018 ARCHITECTURE BOIS Wooden Architecture & Trend Magazine Projet d'Archi : Le Ciel Pour Limite Bordeaux, France July 2018 I-FOCUS I I-FOCUS I - Concept & Diagram Size : 266 x 308 mm (Hard cover); Lagos Wooden Tower Seoul, South Korea July 2018 AZURE Architecture & Design Magazine Person, Place, Thing: Three Rising African Design Talents Toronto, Canada July 2018 MANSION Architecture Magazine 超現實狂想曲 時尚個性住宅-個性始於建築靈魂 Taipei, Taiwan July 2018 ARCHIAFRIKA Creative Magazine Hermann Kamte Accra, Ghana July 2018 CARREFOUR INTERNATIONAL DU BOIS Wooden International Festival Lagos Wooden Tower Nantes, France Juin 2018 FC&A MAGAZINE Future Constructor & Architect Magazine Lagos Wooden Tower Laddingford, UK June 2018 More ​ HKA PUBLICATIONS ​ ​ ​ ​

  • HKA | @-Connect

    @-CONNECT - FUTURBUILT Today, the most effective way to raise awareness and communication is the most important communications methods are graphic, visual, and non-verbal. @ -Connect is one of the best solutions to sensitize all actors on a climate friendly architecture in urban areas. The efficacy of this means of communication is proven in the fields of media, entertainment or financial services. So we have chosen to adapt it to the needs of the city, architecture and urbanism. The main characteristic of @ -Connect is the implementation of pilot projects FuturBuilt values through an interactive touch screen to increase public awareness on climate issues in urban planning. ​ However, we have integrated additional options to enhance performance and optimize the use of our communication tool. We have integrated features such as; free Wi-Fi, free telephone, Led lighting, an internal network for users, Devices (USB ports, etc.), quizzes, charging stations for mobile phone, loudspeakers, microphones, advertising screen, voice and manual guidance, etc. All these additions help to strengthen communication by keeping users connected to all the information and the database made available by the Futurbuilt. ​ The terminal @ -Connect can be installed inside or outside of a space, both public and private (pilot projects and others). ​ PROJECT INFO Type: Client: Team: Size: Location: Year: Status: Awards: Competition FutureBuilt Hermann Kamte N/A Oslo, Norway 2015 Proposal - Design Product N/A PRESS & PUBLICATIONS FutureBuilt