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The Market Hall is part of the new inner city heart of the Laurens Quarter, the pre-war centre of Rotterdam. The building is a sustainable combination of food, leisure, living and parking, all fully integrated to enhance and make the most of the synergetic possibilities of the different functions.
The building is situated in the center of the plot, respecting the limits for construction and plot ratio.
Emmanuelle Moureaux Architecture have designed a colorful boxy exterior for the Nakaaoki Branch of the Sugamo Shinkin Bank in Tokyo, Japan.
The new Deloudis showroom in Thessaloniki is located down-town at Proxenou Koromila street, the high-end design and fashion destination for those in the know. The brand new Deloudis store represents a dialogue between the contemporary and the classic, art and design which provoke and surprise.
Designed by architect Fumihiko Maki, the Museum shares a 6.8-hectare (17-acre) site with Toronto’s Ismaili Centre, which was designed by architect Charles Correa.
Scape house is located in the tiered-developed residential area on a hill. From the site, the beautiful scenery of the lake can be viewed. The customer requested that the view be fully utilized and that the space be opened while not being bothered by eyes of neighborhood.
“This is a remodelling exercise of an existing house to turn it into a family home for a couple and their young daughter“
Located in central Mumbai, Maharashtra, India the client requested from Arquitectura en Movimineto to build a 6 story building, 2 for each apartment and simultaneously perform 3 interior design projects for 3 different clients, all from the same family
Conceived as a layering of decks, the beach house seeks to maximize its relationship with the sea through a visual and compositional celebration of horizontality in general and the mediterranean horizon in particular.
The museum embodies some of the foremost conceptual and formal ideals that define the work of MAD, bringing out an expression and abstraction of nature to an otherwise quotidian surrounding.