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A new playground has recently been opened in Australia’s National Arboretum in Canberra. A design project of the well known practice of Taylor Cullity Lethlean (TCL), the concept of the space way extends that of a simple playground.
On the island of Pingtan, China, construction has begun on the Pingtan Art Museum. Designed by the Chinese practice of MAD Architects, this is their third and possibly their most innovative museum design on a unique site.
In the upmarket area of La Moraleja to the north of Madrid, this single family residence is a design project undertaken by the practices of Dahl & GHG Architects. The brief from the client was that all rooms should enjoy a garden view and that street views should be eliminated entirely.
Overlooking the town of Graz, Austria, Villa P is a design project of the Austrian based practice of LOVE Architecture + Urbanism. The client is a doctor who wished the home to incorporate a professional space as well as being a family residence.
Fidar Beach House it on a rugged outcrop of rock overlooking the Mediterranean in the region of Jbeil on the northern coast of Lebanon. A design project of the practice of Raed Abillama Architects, the 506 sq.m. vacation home comfortably accommodates the 5 member family and three guests in the adjoining, yet independent guest house.
Located in the South Downs National Park, a region of unspoilt natural beauty in the county of Hampshire, is the unique structure of Downley House. This visionary interpretation of a not so conventional country house, is the design of the London based award winning practice of Birds Portchmouth Russum.
On the shores of the Coeur D’Alene Lake in northern Idaho, this residence designed by the practice of Uptic Studios represents a contemporary interpretation of a traditional log cabin, a beloved structure in the countryside of North America.
A welcome new addition to the University of Indonesia is the Central Library, designed by the international practice of Denton Corker Marshall. Through this new multi-purpose complex, the previously scattered facilities are gathered into one site conceived by the designers as ‘earth architecture.’
The final resting place for the Mary Rose, the flagship of the naval fleet of Henry the eighth, which sank in the Solent in 1545, has now been completed. The recovered remains of the ship now form the nucleus, around which has been designed the Mary Rose Museum.
On the slopes of Saalbach, Hinterglemm, just an hour away from Saltzbug in Austria, a traditional four storey structure has been transformed into a luxurious hotel by the practice of Gogl Architekten, led by Moniker Gogl.