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Designed in close collaboration between the architects and the clients, this impressive residence fulfills the specification for a generously sized home for a family of four who do a great deal of entertaining.
This small wooden chapel introduces a place for silence and peace in the lively commercial centre of Helsinki. The chapel space is located in a sculptural wooden volume. The interior is warm and enclosed from the surrounding urban life.
Located in the busting city of Mexico, Maruma House is a residence of disguised luxury, where openness and privacy simultaneously coexist. Designed by the Mexican architect Fernanda Canales, the project was based on the concept of spatial fluidity and continuity...
Architecture for me? What else except architecture and landscape? I couldn't imagine a life without…there is an amazing piece of music by Antonio Carlos Jobim called " Architecture to live" and it sounds even better as "Arquitetura de Morar".
A snaking concrete path, located in Havoysund, the extreme north of Norway, was designed by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter, opening up new perspectives and experiences for the visitors.
The Catalan architect David Closes is the man behind the spectacular renovation of Sant Francesc 950 m2 convent, which was built between 1721 – 1729 and is situated in the town of Santpedor, Spain. With respect to the historic legacy of the building, the community chose to restore the space ...
The Museo Parc Alesia is a project undertaken by New York based firm, Bernard Tschumi Architects. Located in the heart of Burgundy, France, it is on the site of a battle between Julius Ceasar and the Gauls in the year of 52 B.C.
As part of the Interna Legacy event of the 2012 Fuorisalone, the contemporary installation was designed by Massimo Iosa Ghini in collaboration with FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti and erected in the courtyard of the University of Milan.
Located in Shizuoka; Japan, Ant-house is a family house that isn't what it seems. Looking at it from the outside you find a black cube with a small door, a fort like structure. However, if you use that small door you enter a different dimension where there is plenty of light and warmth, as you find an interior covered in larch plywood.
The modern geometric design of this two storey residence, designed by architect Konstantinos Doxiadis in the 1960s, appears to be at home nestled in the shade of the mature pines already existing on the site.